FC HOCO Südburgenland
as September 2011
History[change | change source]
The club was founded in 2002 when the women team of SC Pinkafeld formed a independent football club. In their first year the won the 2nd division and were promoted to the ÖFB-Frauenliga, the top league in Austria. In their first year they reached the 4th place. The next years they were in the lower regions of the table. In 2009 they won 1:0 versus SV Neulengbach. This was the last defeat of the Neulengbach team till present.Since the 2004/05 season the club has a second team which is currently playing in the 2.Frauenliga Ost.
In 2004 the team reached the cup final. They lost 0:12 versus SV Neulengbach. 2009 and 2011 the club reached the semifinals but were twice beaten by Neulengbach.
Squad 2011/12[change | change source]
First squad[change | change source]
Goalkeeper: Júlia Bezsenyi
Defence: Nicole Fleck, Teresa Kneisz, Monika Katonová, Katharina Lang, Kerstin Weber;
Midfielders: Susanna Koch, Jennifer Pöltl, Lisa Strobl, Jennifer Köppel, Katharina Mayer, Heike Manhart, Christina Peintinger, Carmen Marth, Marlene Gartner;
Strikers: Monika Geržová, Veronika Tájmel, Edith Wurm, Anna Eberhardt.
Second Squad[change | change source]
Goalkeeper: Júlia Bezsenyi, Isabell Graf;
Defenders: Monika Katonová, Christina Peinthor, Michelle Fasching, Barbara Weber, Sejla Beganovic, Jasmin Pelzmann;
Mittelfeld: Jennifer Köppel, Lisa Strobl, Katharina Mayer, Anja Gerger, Alexandra Schmidt, Carmen Marth, Dominique Hartl, Kerstin Weber;
Strikers: Edith Wurm, Janine Hofer, Anna Eberhardt, Carmen Marth, Lisa Grabenhofer, Isabell Gold, Azra Kujaj, Monika Geržová.
Susanna Koch, Heike Manhart and Jennifer Pöltl are playing for the National football team. Jennifer Pöltl and Christina Peintinger are members of the U19-national team.
Susanna Koch is the youngest coach with a A-license.
Honours[change | change source]
League[change | change source]
FC HOCO Südburgenland
- ÖFB-Frauenliga: 1x runner-up(2010/11);
- 2. Division Ost: 1x Meister (2002/03)
Cup[change | change source]
- ÖFB-Frauencup: 1x runner-up(2004), 2x Semifinal(2009, 2011), 3x Quarterfinals(2007, 2008, 2010)
- Burgenland-Womencup:: 1x Cupsieg (2010)
Other honours[change | change source]
- 1x "Team of the year" Burgenland (2010)
- 3x nomination "Team of the year" Burgenland (2004, 2009, 2010)
- 1x Bruno as "Women team of the season 2010/11"
- Nomination Jennifer Pöltl "Bruno 2010" best player season 2009/10
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Attribution[change | change source]
The information in this page is from de.wikipedia.org