F.C. Wacker Innsbruck (2002)

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Wacker Innsbruck
Full nameFußballclub Wacker Innsbruck
Founded2002
GroundTivoli Neu, Innsbruck
Capacity30,000
ChairmanGerhard Stocker
ManagerWalter Kogler
LeagueAustrian Bundesliga
2010/11Austrian Bundesliga, 6th

F.C. Wacker Innsbruck is a football club which plays in Austria. The club was founded in June 2002 after the insolvency of FC Tirol Innsbuck. The fans think this club is the successor but leagaly they are a new club.

The club started in the Regionalliga West (3 stage of Austrian football, this was possible because the club played together with WSG Wattens, a 3rd league club) and promoted within 2 seasons to the Bundesliga. In the 2006/07 season they avoided relegetion only because of the insolvency of the GAK. But the following season they were relegated to the 1st league(2nd stage of Austrian football). 2009 they won the championship again and promoted again to the Bundesliga.

The second team (FC Wacker Innsbruck Amateure) is playing in the Regionalliga West (3rd level).

Name[change | change source]

  • 2002-2007 FC Wacker Tirol
  • 2007-present FC Wacker Innsbruck

Current squad[change | change source]

As of 6 September 2011

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Hungary Hungary Szabolcs Sáfár
2 DF Spain Spain Iñaki Bea
3 MF Czech Republic Czech Republic Tomáš Abrahám
4 DF Austria Austria Georg Harding
5 DF Austria Austria Dario Đaković
6 MF Austria Austria Bülent Bilgen
7 DF Austria Austria Alexander Hauser
8 DF Czech Republic Czech Republic Martin Švejnoha
9 FW Slovenia Slovenia Miran Burgič
10 MF Austria Austria Peter Hackmair
11 MF Spain Spain Carlos Merino
13 MF Austria Austria Marcel Schreter
14 MF Austria Austria Thomas Bergmann
15 MF Austria Austria Marco Köfler
No. Pos. Nation Player
16 MF Austria Austria Lukas Hinterseer
17 MF Austria Austria Mathias Perktold
18 FW Austria Austria Andreas Bammer
19 FW Austria Austria Alexander Fröschl
20 GK Austria Austria Markus Egger
21 FW Poland Poland Konrad Gilewicz
22 FW Austria Austria Julius Perstaller
23 DF Austria Austria Marco Kofler
24 DF Austria Austria Christopher Wernitznig
25 MF Austria Austria Thomas Löffler
26 MF Austria Austria Daniel Schütz
27 GK Austria Austria Martin Siding
28 DF Austria Austria Fabian Hafner
29 MF Austria Austria Muhammed Ildiz

Staff[change | change source]

  • Manager: Oliver Prudlo
  • Coach: Walter Kogler
  • Assistance coach: Florian Klausner
  • Conditioning coach: Prof. Wolfgang Leitenstorfer
  • Goalkeeper coach: Walter de Vora

Honours[change | change source]

  • Champion Regionalliga West:2003
  • Champion Erste Liga: 2004,2010

Seasons[change | change source]

Season League Place W D L GF GA Pts Notes
2002/03 Fußball-Regionalliga (III) 1 26 2 2 101 17 80[1] Alliance with WSG Wattens
2003/04 Erste Liga (II) 1 22 6 8 65 44 72
2004/05 Bundesliga (I) 6 11 11 14 48 48 44
2005/06 Bundesliga 9 10 12 14 44 55 42
2006/07 Bundesliga 9 8 10 18 40 64 34 avoided relegation only because of bankrupt GAK
2007/08 Bundesliga 10 6 11 19 32 63 29
2008/09 Erste Liga (II) 2 18 8 7 65 44 62
2009/10 Erste Liga 1 21 6 6 67 26 69
2010/11 Bundesliga (I) 6 13 11 12 43 42 50
Green marks a season followed by promotion, red a season followed by relegation.

Staff[change | change source]

  • Manager: Oliver Prudlo
  • Coach: Walter Kogler
  • Assistance coach: Florian Klausner
  • Conditioning coach: Prof. Wolfgang Leitenstorfer
  • Goalkeeper coach: Walter de Vora

Managerhistory[change | change source]

  • Michael Streiter 2002–2003
  • Helmut Kraft 2003–2004
  • Stanislaw Tschertschessow 2004–2006
  • František Straka 2006–April 2007
  • Klaus Vogler April–Juli 2007
  • Lars Søndergaard Juli–Oktober 2007
  • Helmut Kraft Oktober 2007–April 2008
  • Walter Kogler seit Mai 2008

Gallery[change | change source]

Other websites[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "bet-austria.com ... Tabelle". www.bet-austria.com.