FC Admira Wacker Mödling

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FC Admira Wacker Mödling
Full nameFußballklub Flyeralarm Admira Wacker Mödling
Founded1905
GroundBundesstadion Südstadt,
Maria Enzersdorf
Capacity12,000
ChairmanPhilip Thonhauser
ManagerAndreas Herzog
LeagueAustrian Football Bundesliga
2020-2111th

F.C. Flyeralarm Admira is a football club which plays in Austria.

Admira Wacker Mödling formed from a merger of two football clubs: Admira Wacker Wien and VfB Mödling in 1997. Admira Wacker Wien formed from a merger of two football clubs: Admira Wien and Wacker Wien in 1971.

Name[change | change source]

  • 1997–2008 VfB Admira Wacker Mödling
  • 2008–present FC Trenkwalder Admira

Team 2010/11[change | change source]

FC Admira Wacker Mödling - Teamphoto 2010-11.jpg

First row: Michael Horvath, Markus Lackner, Mihret Topčagić, Patrick Tischler, Hans-Peter Berger, Thomas Weindl, Benjamin Sulimani, Günter Friesenbichler, Christoph Cemernjak; Second row: Alexander Friedl, Hans Werner Weiss, Georg Wilflinger, Georg Heu (goalkeeper coach), Ivan Laudanovic, Bernhard Morgenthaler, Christopher Dibon (Captain of the team), Markus Hanikel, Daniel Drescher, Manuel Hervas, Paul Bichelhuber, Gernot Plassnegger, Rene Riesner, Viorel Bondor, Armin Schiller (manager), Richard Trenkwalder (chairman); Third row: Dietmar Kühbauer (headcoach), Rene Schicker, Max Sax, Daniel Toth, Richard Windbichler, Ken Noel, Bernhard Schachner, Stephan Palla, Patrik Ježek, Manfred Nastl (assistance coach).

Current squad[change | change source]

As of 8 February, 2022

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 Austria Austria Andreas Leitner
3 DF Austria Austria Philipp Schmiedl (on loan from SønderjyskE)
4 DF Austria Austria Sebastian Bauer
6 DF Austria Austria Julian Buchta
7 FW Austria Austria Dominik Starkl
8 MF Austria Austria Roman Kerschbaum
9 FW Austria Austria Marlon Mustapha (on loan from Mainz 05)
10 MF Israel Israel Ilay Elmkies (on loan from Hoffenheim)
11 FW Israel Israel Joseph Ganda
12 DF Austria Austria Lukas Malicsek
13 GK Austria Austria Osman Hadžikić
15 DF Austria Austria Stephan Zwierschitz
No. Pos. Nation Player
18 MF Czech Republic Czech Republic Jan Vodháněl
19 MF Austria Austria Wilhelm Vorsager
20 MF Austria Austria Marco Kadlec
22 FW Austria Austria Filip Ristanić
23 DF Germany Germany Yannick Brugger
25 MF Austria Austria Thomas Ebner
29 FW Bulgaria Bulgaria Vladimir Nikolov
30 GK Austria Austria Belmin Jenčiragić
37 DF Austria Austria Leonardo Lukačević
39 FW Austria Austria Onurhan Babuscu
77 DF Hungary Hungary Sámuel Major
84 DF Germany Germany Matthias Ostrzolek

Coaching history (21st century)[change | change source]

[1]

Start End Coach
7/1998 6/2000 Slovenia Milan Miklavić
7/2000 12/2001 Austria Hans Krankl
1/2002 10/2002 Austria Walter Knaller
10/2002 12/2002 Austria Johann Krejcirik
12/2002 5/2004 Tajikistan Rashid Rakhimov
5/2004 9/2004 Austria Bernd Krauss
9/2004 8/2005 Austria Dominik Thalhammer
8/2005 2/2006 Austria Robert Pflug
2/2006 12/2007 Austria Ernst Baumeister
12/2007 4/2008 Austria Attila Sekerlioglu
4/2008 6/2008 Austria Ernst Baumeister
7/2008 4/2010 Austria Walter Schachner
4/2010 6/2013 Austria Dietmar Kühbauer
7/2013 8/2013 Austria Toni Polster
8/2013 8/2013 Austria Michael Horvath
8/2013 9/2013 Austria Oliver Lederer
9/2013 4/2015 Austria Walter Knaller
4/2015 6/2015 Austria Oliver Lederer
7/2015 6/2016 Austria Ernst Baumeister
7/2016 1/2017 Austria Oliver Lederer
1/2017 9/2017 Croatia Damir Burić
9/2017 10/2018 Austria Ernst Baumeister
10/2018 9/2019 Germany Reiner Geyer
9/2019 2/2020 Austria Klaus Schmidt
2/2020 2/2020 Austria Michael Horvath
2/2020 9/2020 Croatia Zvonimir Soldo
9/2020 9/2020 Germany Patrick Helmes
9/2020 4/2021 Croatia Damir Burić
4/2021 6/2021 Austria Klaus Schmidt
7/2021 Austria Andreas Herzog

References[change | change source]

  1. [1] (in German) weltfussball.de. Retrieved 8 February 2022