1964-65 Austrian football championship

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Austrian Bundesliga
Season1964-65
ChampionsLASK
RelegatedSK Sturm Graz
Wiener AC
SC Wacker Wien
Matches played182
Goals scored504 (2.77 per match)
Top goalscorerWolfgang Gayer
(18 goals)
1963-64
1965-66

The 1964-65 Austrian football championship (Staatsliga A) was organized by the ÖFB. The regional leagues East (Vienna, Lower Austria, Burgenland), Middle (Upper Austria, Styria, Carinthia) and West (Salzburg, Tyrol, Vorarlberg) served as second level to the Staatsliga A.

In the 1964/65 season LASK was the first football club not from Vienna who was able to win the Austrian championship (and also the cup).[1] For LASK it was the second national title after the amateur championship in 1931.

Table[change | change source]

Pl. M Name W D L P
1. 26 LASK 14 8 4 36
2. 26 SK Rapid Wien 14 7 5 35
3. 26 SK Admira Wien 14 7 5 35
4. 26 Wiener Sport-Club 15 3 8 33
5. 26 First Vienna FC 12 6 8 30
6. 26 1. Schwechater SC 10 9 7 29
7. 26 FK Austria Wien 9 10 7 28
8. 26 FC Wacker Innsbruck 8 10 8 26
9. 26 1. Wiener Neustädter SC 8 7 11 23
10. 26 Grazer AK 6 8 12 20
11. 26 Kapfenberger SV 5 10 11 20
12. 26 SK Sturm Graz 7 5 14 19
13. 26 Wiener AC 5 5 16 15
14. 26 SC Wacker Wien 4 7 15 15

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Champion team[change | change source]

Helmut Kitzmüller, Wilhelm HarreitherHeribert Trubrig, Manfred Pichler, Gyula Szabo, Johann KondertAdolf Blutsch, Hermann Fürst, Gerhard SturmbergerLuca Liposinovic, Francisco Carlos Correia Lima, Helmut Köglberger, Rudolf Sabetzer, Ferdinand Zechmeister, Paul Kozlicek, Franz Viehböck, Clemens Lusenberger, Helmut Linossi, Ernst Oberparleitner – Trainer: Karl Schlechta, František Bufka

Promotion[change | change source]

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