2021-22 Austrian football championship

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Bundesliga
Season2021-22
ChampionsFC Red Bull Salzburg
RelegatedFC Admira Wacker Mödling
Top goalscorerKarim Adeyemi
(19 goals)
2020-21
2022-23

The 2021-22 Austrian football championship was the 110th season. It was played by 12 teams.They initially determine the participants in the master and qualification groups in two rounds. The Austrian football champion and the first three representatives of Austria in the international competitions of the 2022/23 season will then be determined in the championship group.

TV Broadcasts[change | change source]

The TV provider Sky Deutschland GmbH has the rights to show all Bundesliga games in full length. The channel showed all games in conference calls and as individual games. In addition, four games and a highlight program were broadcasted on free TV. [1]

Mode[change | change source]

Twelve clubs competed against each other in an initial 22 rounds. Each team plays once at home and away against every other team. After that, the best six teams go into the championship group and the remaining six go into the qualification group. The points from the basic round were halved. Half points were rounded down. If two clubs were tied on points at the end of the final round and one of these clubs has had half a point rounded off, that club was ranked first. If neither or both clubs have rounded off, the direct duel was used as the next decision criterion. If there is no decision, the goal difference is the next one.

Table initial rounds[change | change source]

Pl. Name M W D L P
1. FC Red Bull Salzburg 22 17 4 1 55
2. SK Sturm Graz 22 10 7 5 37
3. Wolfsberger AC 22 11 4 7 37
4. FK Austria Wien 22 8 9 5 33
5. SK Rapid Wien 22 8 7 7 31
6. SK Austria Klagenfurt 22 7 9 6 30
7. SV Ried 22 7 8 7 29
8. Linzer ASK 22 6 7 9 25
9. WSG Tirol 22 5 8 9 23
10. TSV Hartberg 22 5 7 10 22
11. FC Admira Wacker Mödling 22 4 8 10 20
12. SCR Altach 22 3 4 15 13

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Champions group table[change | change source]

Pl. Name M W D L P
1. FC Red Bull Salzburg 32 25 5 2 52
2. SK Sturm Graz 32 16 8 8 37
3. FK Austria Wien 32 11 13 8 29
4. Wolfsberger AC 32 14 5 13 28
5. SK Rapid Wien 32 10 11 11 25
6. SK Austria Klagenfurt 32 8 12 12 21

Qualification group table[change | change source]

Pl. Name M W D L P
7. WSG Tirol 32 10 10 12 28
8. LASK 32 9 12 11 26
9. SCR Altach 32 7 8 17 22
10. SV Ried 32 8 13 11 22
11. TSV Hartberg 32 7 12 13 22
12. FC Admira Wacker Mödling 32 6 13 13 21

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Top scorer[change | change source]

Name Club Goals
Karim Adeyemi FC Red Bull Salzburg 19
Giacomo Vrioni WSG Tirol 17
Jakob Jantscher SK Sturm Graz 14

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Promotion[change | change source]

SC Austria Lustenau

References[change | change source]

  1. Bundesliga.at TV-Rechte
  2. ÖFB
  3. Bundesliga.at
  4. The scorers are shown after 32 rounds. The Bundesliga counts the goalscorers added to these goals in the Conference League Play-Off. According to the Bundesliga calculation, Vrioni (2 goals in the Conference League Play-Off) and Adeyemi each scored 19 goals - and were equally top scorers.
  5. Austria Soccer