|Champions||SK Rapid Wien|
|Relegated||SV Amateure Fiat Wien|
|Goals scored||295 (5.27 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Franz Binder|
The 1939-40 Austrian football championship (Gauliga Ostmark - The Gauliga changed its name to the Area league in the fall of 1939) was the second season of the Gauliga Ostmark in annexed Austria.
General informations[change | change source]
Compared to the previous season, the top league was reduced in size to eight teams. SK Rapid Wien won the league for the first time. Later it was decided that the district championship title also counted as winning the Austrian football championship (13th title).
By winning the regional championship, Rapid also qualified for the German football championship in 1939/40. In this, Rapid reached the semi-finals, which they lost to Dresdner SC 1-2 after extra time. In the game for third place, Vienna was able to win in the replay against Waldhof Mannheim. 
The relegated SV Amateure Fiat Wien joined Floridsdorfer AC, which was promoted next season.
Table[change | change source]
|1.||SK Rapid Wien||14||9||2||3||20|
|2.||SC Wacker Wien||14||8||1||5||17|
|4.||First Vienna FC||14||7||2||5||16|
|5.||SK Admira Wien||14||6||3||5||15|
|6.||FK Austria Wien||14||6||0||8||12|
|8.||SV Amateure Fiat Wien||14||3||1||10||11|