FC Juniors OÖ

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FC Juniors OÖ.
Full nameFußball Club Juniors OÖ
Nickname(s)Schwarz-Grün (The Black-Greens)
Founded16 May 2007; 15 years ago (2007-05-16) (as FC Superfund Pasching)
GroundRaiffeisen Arena
ChairmanFranz Mayer
ManagerManuel Takacs
LeagueAustrian Football Second League
WebsiteClub website
Current season

FC Juniors OÖ. is an Austrian association football club, from Pasching, Upper Austria. It was newly founded after the move of ASKÖ Pasching to Carinthia and the renaming in SK Austria Kärnten in 2007 as FC Superfund Pasching. The greatest success of the club is winning the ÖFB-Cup as the first third division club in history.[1]

Since the 2014–15 season they played under the name LASK Juniors OÖ playing together with the second men's team of LASK Linz in the Regionalliga Mitte. With the return to the 2nd League for the 2018–19 season the club is again an independent team and named FC Juniors Oberösterreich.

After the 2021-22 season LASK decided to go back to the Regionalliga and form again a second team of LASK Linz.[2]

Current squad[change | change source]

As of 27 December 2021

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 Tobias Lawal
3 DF Austria Austria Erwin Softic
4 DF Austria Austria Jordan Philipsky
5 DF Cyprus Cyprus Strahinja Kerkez
6 MF Austria Austria Stefan Radulovic
7 FW Austria Austria Alexander Michlmayr
8 MF Colombia Colombia Fredy Valencia
9 FW Austria Austria Eduard Haas
10 MF Austria Austria Dominik Weixelbraun
11 FW Senegal Senegal Ibrahima Dramé (on loan from LASK)
12 GK Austria Austria Nikolas Polster
13 DF Austria Austria Moritz Würdinger
14 DF Austria Austria Lukas Burgstaller
15 DF Austria Austria Sebastian Schwarz
16 DF Austria Austria Sebastian Kapsamer
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 DF Austria Austria Benjamin Wallquist
18 MF Austria Austria Sebastian Wimmer (Captain)
21 GK Austria Austria Christoph Entfellner
22 MF South Korea South Korea Oh In-pyo
24 MF Austria Austria Florian Aigner
26 FW Turkey Turkey Metehan Altunbaş
27 DF Austria Austria David Jaunegg (on loan from WSG Tirol II)
28 FW Slovakia Slovakia Adam Griger
33 GK Switzerland  Switzerland Florian Gruber
36 GK Austria Austria Lukas Jungwirth
37 FW Austria Austria Alexander Mayr
44 MF Austria Austria Marco Sulzner
50 FW Austria Austria Felix Mandl
97 MF Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina Mirsad Sulejmanović

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