Austrian Football Bundesliga

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Austrian Football Bundesliga
Founded1911
CountryAustria
Level on pyramid1
Most championshipsRapid Wien (32)
Trophy for the champion of the league

Austrian Bundesliga is a football league which is top division in Austria. The Bundesliga was founded in 1911 under the name Erste Klasse. Till the season 1949/50 it was only played with teams from Vienna and Lower Austria. The official name is now Admiral Bundesliga (after the league sponsor)

History[change | change source]

Football started in Austria around 1890. In 1924 a professional league started and the champion was called "Austrian Champion", although only teams of the metropolitan area of Vienna played here. It was the first professional league outside of the United Kingdom. An amateur league was founded in 1928. From 1938 till 1945 Austria was occupied by Nazi Germany and there was no Austrian league. After the Second World War an Austria-wide league was founded in 1948. The league had different numbers of members (10 to 18) and names.

Name history[change | change source]

  • 1911/12 ÖFV: Erste Klasse, Meisterschaft um Niederösterreich
  • 1919/20 ÖFV (NFV): Erste Klasse
  • 1923/24 ÖFB (WFV): Erste Klasse
  • 1925/26 ÖFB (WFV): I. Liga
  • 1937/38 ÖFB (WFV): Nationalliga
  • 1938/39 Gauliga: Bereichsklasse 17 (Sport-Gau 17)
  • 1945/46 ÖFB (WFV): Liga
  • 1950/51 ÖFB: Staatsliga oder auch Liga (A)
  • 1965/66 ÖFB: Nationalliga

Records[change | change source]

The player with the record of games is Robert Sara. He played 581 matches in the league. Top scorer is Robert Dienst He scored 323 goals in the league matches. The first champion outside Vienna was LASK Linz in 1964/65. The highest victory was an 18:0 of Vienna versus Ostbahn IX in the 1945/46 season.The match with the highest number of visitors was Austria Wien versus LASK with 73 826. The best average of visitors was 26 500 (Rapid Wien season 1948). Marc Ziegler, goalkeeper of FC Tirol, was 1085 minutes without goal. The longest serial victories is reached by Wiener Sportklub with 41 victories, in home matches. Vienna also reached 41 in a row.[1]

Gallery[change | change source]

Club 2010/11[change | change source]

Club 2011/12[change | change source]

Club 2012/13[change | change source]

Club 2013/14[change | change source]

Club 2014/15[change | change source]

The 2014–15 Austrian Football Bundesliga was the 103rd season of top-tier football in Austria. FC Red Bull Salzburg won their 9th title, and second in succession.

Club 2015/16[change | change source]

Location of teams in the 2015–16 Austrian Football Bundesliga

Club 2016/17[change | change source]

Club 2017/18[change | change source]

Club 2018/19[change | change source]

Club 2019/20[change | change source]

Club 2021/22[change | change source]

Club 2022/23[change | change source]

Grounds[change | change source]

Champions[change | change source]

Until the 1949–1950 season, only clubs from Vienna and Lower Austria played in the league. [1]

Topscorer[change | change source]

[2]

Season Name Team Goals
2021-22 Karim Adeyemi FC Red Bull Salzburg 19
2020-21 Patson Daka FC Red Bull Salzburg 27
2019-20 Shon Weissman Wolfsberger AC 30
2018-19 Munas Dabbur FC Red Bull Salzburg 20
2017-18 Munas Dabbur FC Red Bull Salzburg 22
2016-17 Olarenwaju Kayode FK Austria Wien 17
2015-16 Jonathan Soriano FC Red Bull Salzburg 21
2014-15 Jonathan Soriano FC Red Bull Salzburg 31
2013-14 Jonathan Soriano FC Red Bull Salzburg 31
2012-13 Philipp Hosiner FK Austria Wien 32
2011-12 Jakob Jantscher
Stefan Maierhofer
FC Red Bull Salzburg 14
2010-11 Roland Linz FK Austria Wien 21
2009-10 Steffen Hofmann SK Rapid Wien 20
2008-09 Marc Janko FC Red Bull Salzburg 39
2007-08 Alexander Zickler FC Red Bull Salzburg 16
2006-07 Alexander Zickler FC Red Bull Salzburg 22
2005-06 Roland Linz
Sanel Kuljic
FK Austria Wien
SV Ried
15
2004-05 Christian Mayrleb FC Pasching 21
2003-04 Roland Kollmann Grazer AK 27
2002-03 Axel Lawaree Schwarz-Weiß Bregenz 21
2001-02 Ronald Brunmayr Grazer AK 27
2000-01 Radoslaw Gilewicz FC Tirol Innsbruck 22
1999-00 Ivica Vastic SK Sturm Graz 32
1998-99 Eduard Glieder SV Austria Salzburg 22
1997-98 Geir Frigard LASK 23
1996-97 Rene Wagner SK Rapid Wien 20
1995-96 Ivica Vastic SK Sturm Graz 21
1994-95 Suleyman Sane FC Tirol 20
1993-94 Nicola Jurcevic
Heimo Pfeifenberger
SV Austria Salzburg 14
1992-93 Vaclav Danek FC Wacker Innsbruck 24
1991-92 Christoph Westerthaler FC Tirol 17
1990-91 Vaclav Danek FC Tirol 29
1989-90 Gerhard Rodax Admira/Wacker 35
1988-89 Peter Pacult FC Tirol 26
1987-88 Zoran Stojadinovic SK Rapid Wien 27
1986-87 Anton Polster FK Austria Wien 39
1985-86 Anton Polster FK Austria Wien 33
1984-85 Anton Polster FK Austria Wien 24
1984-85 Tibor Nylasi FK Austria Wien 26
1983-84 Hans Krankl SK Rapid Wien 23
1982-83 Bozo Bakota SK Sturm Graz 24
1981-82 Gernot Jurtin SK Sturm Graz 19
1980-81 Walter Schachner FK Austria Wien 34
1979-80 Walter Schachner FK Austria Wien 24
1978-79 Hans Krankl SK Rapid Wien 41
1977-78 Hans Krankl SK Rapid Wien 32
1976-77 Hans Krankl SK Rapid Wien 32
1975-76 Hans Pirkner FK Austria Wien 21
1974-75 Helmut Köglberger LASK
FK Austria Wien
36
1973-74 Hans Krankl SK Rapid Wien 36
1972-73 Wolfgang Breuer SWW Innsbruck 22
1971-72 Alfred Riedl FK Austria Wien 16
1970-71 Wilhelm Kreuz Admira Energie 26
1969-70 Günther Kaltenbrunner Wiener Sport-Club 26
1968-69 Helmut Köglberger FK Austria Wien 31
1967-68 Jørn Bjerregaard SK Rapid Wien 23
1966-67 August Starek SK Rapid Wien 21
1965-66 Hans Buzek FK Austria Wien 18
1964-65 Wolfgang Gayer Wiener Sport-Club 18
1963-64 Horst Nemec FK Austria Wien 21
1962-63 Erich Hof Wiener Sport-Club 21
1961-62 Horst Nemec FK Austria Wien 24
1960-61 Horst Nemec FK Austria Wien 31
1959-60 Fritz Cejka Wiener AC 28
1958-59 Erich Hof Wiener Sport-Club 33
1957-58 Walter Horak Wiener Sport-Club 33
1956-57 Robert Dienst SK Rapid Wien 32
1955-56 Hans Buzek First Vienna FC 32
1954-55 Richard Brousek Wacker Wien 31
1953-54 Robert Dienst SK Rapid Wien 24
1952-53 Ernst Stojaspal FK Austria Wien 30
1951-52 Ernst Stojaspal FK Austria Wien 31
1950-51 Robert Dienst SK Rapid Wien 36
1949-50 Erich Habitzl II
Adolf Huber
Admira Wien
FK Austria Wien
23

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