F.C. Trenkwalder Admira

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Trenkwalder Admira
Full name Fußballclub
Trenkwalder Admira
Founded 1905
Ground Bundesstadion Südstadt,
Maria Enzersdorf
(capacity: 12,000)
Chairman Richard Trenkwalder
Manager Dietmar Kühbauer
League Austrian First League
2010/11 Austrian First League, 1st, promoted to Austrian Bundesliga

F.C. Trenkwalder Admira is a football club which plays in Austria.

Admira Wacker Mödling formed from a merger of two football clubs: Admira Wacker Wien and VfB Mödling in 1997.

Admira Wacker Wien formed from a merger of two football clubs: Admira Wien and Wacker Wien in 1971.

Name[change | change source]

  • 1997–2008 VfB Admira Wacker Mödling
  • 2008–present FC Trenkwalder Admira

Team 2010/11[change | change source]

FC Admira Wacker Mödling - Teamphoto 2010-11.jpg

First row: Michael Horvath, Markus Lackner, Mihret Topčagić, Patrick Tischler, Hans-Peter Berger, Thomas Weindl, Benjamin Sulimani, Günter Friesenbichler, Christoph Cemernjak; Second row: Alexander Friedl, Hans Werner Weiss, Georg Wilflinger, Georg Heu (goalkeeper coach), Ivan Laudanovic, Bernhard Morgenthaler, Christopher Dibon (Captain of the team), Markus Hanikel, Daniel Drescher, Manuel Hervas, Paul Bichelhuber, Gernot Plassnegger, Rene Riesner, Viorel Bondor, Armin Schiller (manager), Richard Trenkwalder (chairman); Third row: Dietmar Kühbauer (headcoach), Rene Schicker, Max Sax, Daniel Toth, Richard Windbichler, Ken Noel, Bernhard Schachner, Stephan Palla, Patrik Ježek, Manfred Nastl (assistance coach).

Goalkeeper[change | change source]

  • 1 Patrick Tischler 20.02.1987
  • 29 Hans-Peter Berger 28.09.1981
  • 30 Thomas Weindl 17.01.1990

Defence[change | change source]

  • 2 Richard Windbichler 02.04.1991
  • 3 Stephan Palla 15.05.1989
  • 4 Gernot Plassnegger 23.03.1978
  • 5 Daniel Drescher 07.10.1989
  • 12 Markus Wostry 19.07.1992
  • 14 Bernhard Morgenthaler 21.06.1987
  • 16 Markus Lackner 05.04.1991
  • 17 Christopher Dibon 02.11.1990
  • 28 Michael Horvath 05.02.1982

Midfield[change | change source]

  • 6 Paul Bichelhuber 22.02.1987
  • 7 Patrik Ježek 18.12.1976
  • 8 Manu Hervas 06.06.1986
  • 11 Daniel Wolf 04.05.1985
  • 18 Rene Schicker 28.09.1984
  • 20 Christoph Cemernjak 03.03.1982
  • 21 Ivan Laudanovic 11.01.1990
  • 22 Stefan Schwab 27.09.1990
  • 23 Bernhard Schachner 10.01.1986
  • 26 Daniel Toth 10.06.1987

Forward[change | change source]

  • 9 Marcus Hanikel 10.05.1983
  • 10 Froylan Ledezma 02.01.1978
  • 19 Mihret Topčagić 21.06.1988
  • 20 Benjamin Sulimani 26.09.1988
  • 24 Marcel Sabitzer 17.03.1994
  • 27 Maximilian Sax 22.11.1992

The team won the championship in the league and is promoted to the Austrian Bundesliga.