FK Austria Wien

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Austria Wien
Full name Fußballklub Austria Wien
Founded 1911
Ground Generali-Arena,
Vienna, Austria
(capacity: 11,800)
Chairman Wolfgang Katzian
Manager Thomas Parits
League Austrian Bundesliga
2010/11 Austrian Bundesliga, 3rd
Generali Arena, aka Franz Horr Stadion- homeground of FK Austria Wien

F.K. Austria Wien is a football club which plays in the Austrian Bundesliga, the highest level in Austrian football It is one of the oldest existing clubs in Austria. The club was founded in 1911 as "SV Wiener Amateure" and is celebrating it´s 100 birthday this year. Together with SK Rapid the club is the most successful in Austrias footballhistory. The Austria reached 23 titels, 21 in the Austrianwide championship and two before the Second World War, when the championship was only played in Vienna although the title was "Austrian Champion".

Name[change | edit source]

  • 1911-1926 SV Wiener Amateur
  • 1926-present FK Austria Wien

Current squad[change | edit source]

As of 26 August 2011

No. Position Player
1 Austria GK Pascal Grünwald
3 Austria DF Georg Margreitter
4 Croatia DF Kaja Rogulj
5 Austria DF Manuel Wallner
6 Slovakia MF Peter Hlinka
7 Austria MF Florian Klein
8 Austria MF Patrick Salomon
9 Austria FW Roland Linz
10 Austria MF Alexander Grünwald
11 Czech Republic FW Tomáš Jun
13 Austria GK Heinz Lindner
14 Austria DF Manuel Ortlechner
No. Position Player
16 Austria MF Zlatko Junuzović
18 Austria MF Michael Liendl
19 Austria FW Marko Stanković
20 Hungary MF Alexander Gorgon
21 Austria GK Günter Arnberger
22 Austria DF Marin Leovac
24 Austria DF Remo Mally
27 Turkey MF Emir Dilaver
28 Austria FW Dario Tadic
29 Austria DF Markus Suttner
30 Austria DF Fabian Koch
39 Netherlands FW Nacer Barazite

Austria Wien Amateur squad[change | edit source]

The Amateur squad is playing in the Reginalliga Ost one of three leagues forming the third level of Austrian football.

No. Position Player
1 Austria GK Heinz Lindner
2 Austria DF Florian Weiss
3 Turkey DF Emir Dilaver
4 Austria DF Raphael Rathfuss
5 Serbia FW Miodrag Vukajlović
6 Austria MF Eric Plattensteiner
8 Austria DF Bernhard Muhr
9 Tunisia MF Nizar Ben Nasra
10 Hungary MF Alexander Gorgon
11 Croatia FW Dario Tadić
12 Austria GK Günther Arnberger
14 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Rade Ðokić
No. Position Player
15 Austria MF David Oberortner
16 Austria DF Remo Mally
17 Austria MF Martin Harrer
18 Austria DF David Harrer
19 Austria MF Christian Haselberger
20 Hungary FW Gabor Markus
21 Austria DF Daniel Schöpf
22 Austria GK Philip Petermann
23 Austria DF Lukas Rotpuller
24 Austria MF Christoph Freitag
25 Republic of Macedonia FW Benjamin Sulimani
26 Austria FW Bernhard Ungerböck

FK Austria team of the century[change | edit source]

Celebrating the 90th birthaday of the club in 2001 there was an election for the team of the century.

Players of FK Austria in the Austrian national football team[change | edit source]