2020-21 Austrian football championship

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Bundesliga
Season2020-21
ChampionsFC Red Bull Salzburg
RelegatedSKN St. Pölten
Top goalscorerPatson Daka
(27 goals)
2020-21
2022-23

The 2020-21 Austrian football championship was the 109th season of this competition. The highest division is the Austrian Bundesliga, which will be held for the 47th time this season . There are twelve teams for the third time since the 2018/19 season.

Table after 22 rounds[change | change source]

Pl. M Name W D L P
1. 22 FC Red Bull Salzburg 17 1 4 52
2. 22 SK Rapid Wien 13 6 3 45
3. 22 LASK 13 3 6 42
4. 22 SK Sturm Graz 11 6 5 39
5. 22 Wolfsberger AC 10 3 9 33
6. 22 WSG Tirol 8 6 8 30
7. 22 TSV Hartberg 7 8 7 29
8. 22 FK Austria Wien 6 7 9 25
9. 22 SKN St. Pölten 5 6 11 21
10. 22 SCR Altach 6 3 13 21
11. 22 SV Ried 4 4 14 16
12. 22 FC Admira Wacker Mödling 3 5 14 14

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Table Champions group[change | change source]

Pl. M Name W D L P
1. 32 FC Red Bull Salzburg [2] 25 2 5 51
2. 32 SK Rapid Wien [3] 17 8 7 36
3. 32 SK Sturm Graz [4] 16 8 8 36
4. 32 LASK[5] 15 6 11 30
5. 32 Wolfsberger AC 13 5 14 27
6. 32 WSG Tirol 10 8 14 24

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Table Qualification group[change | change source]

Pl. M Name W D L P
1. 32 TSV Hartberg 12 11 9 32
2. 32 FK Austria Wien[7] 11 9 12 29
3. 32 SV Ried 8 9 15 25
4. 32 SCR Altach 9 7 16 23
5. 32 FC Admira Wacker Mödling 6 8 18 19
6. 32 SKN St. Pölten 5 9 18 13

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Conference League play offs[change | change source]

  • First round
Match Result
TSV Hartberg vs. FK Austria Wien 0-3
  • Second round
Match Result
FK Austria Wien vs. Wolfsberger AC 3-0
2-1

Top scorer[change | change source]

Name Team Goals
Patson Daka FC Red Bull Salzburg 27
Nikolai Frederiksen WSG Tirol 18
Dejan Joveljic Wolfsberger AC 17

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Promotion[change | change source]

Blau-Weiß Linz, the champion of the 2nd league, voluntarily gave up promotion.[11] FC Liefering as farm teams of FC Red Bull Salzburg was not allowed to promote. The 3rd of the Second league, SK Austria Klagenfurt played 2 relegation matches versus SKN St. Pölten.

Date M Result
26 May 2021 SK Austria Klagenfurt vs. SKN St. Pölten 4-0
29 May 2021 SKN St. Pölten vs. SK Austria Klagenfurt 0-1

Champion squad[change | change source]

FC Red Bull Salzburg

Alexander Walke, Cican Stankovic, Nico Mantl, Bernardo, Andreas Ulmer, Patrick Farkas, Rasmus Kristensen, Albert Vallci, Maximilian Wöber, Oumar Solet, Amar Dedic, Enock Mwepu, Zlatko Junuzovic, Luka Sucic, Antoine Bernède, Mohamed Camara, Noah Okafor, Nicolas Seiwald, Brenden Aaronson ,Patson Daka, Sekou Koita, Mergim Berisha, Karim Adeyemi

Source: Salzburg12.at[12]

References[change | change source]

  1. Bundesliga Homepage
  2. Champions League qualification
  3. Champions League qualification
  4. Europa League qualification
  5. Europa Conference League qualification
  6. Bundesliga Homepage
  7. Europa Conference League qualification
  8. Bundesliga Homepage
  9. After 22 rounds, the points were halved. Half points were rounded down. The first six teams played in the champion group, the second six teams in the qualification group. Teams whose points were rounded down were ranked higher if they had the same number of points. The next criteria were higher goal difference, higher number of goals scored, higher number of wins, higher number of away wins and direct duel.
  10. Austria Soccer
  11. Sport ORF.at
  12. "Saison 2020-21". salzburg12.at.