FC Liefering

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FC Liefering
Full nameFC Liefering
Founded2012
GroundRed Bull Arena, Salzburg
Capacity31 000
ManagerFabio Ingolitsch
LeagueAdmiral Zweite Liga
2021-22Admiral Zweite Liga 6th
WebsiteClub website

FC Liefering is a football club from Liefering, a quarter of the Austrian city Salzburg. The club is playing in the Admiral Zweite Liga, the second level of Austrian football.

Before 2012, the club was called Red Bull Juniors.

History[change | change source]

The former Red Bull Juniors are now playing together with USK Anif in the Regionalliga West, the highest amateur class in Austria. The licence of USK Anif was transferred to Liefering. In their first year Liefering played in the Regionalliga West and won the league. Their first year in the 2nd league was also successful, they finished 3rd. Since the promotion to 2nd league they finished almost each season in the upper half of the table.

League[change | change source]

as Red Bull Juniors[change | change source]

Season Final place Goals Points League
2005/06 2 93:31 73 3rd League
2006/07 1 97:34 73 3rd League
2007/08 6 51:52 46 2nd League
2008/09 7 41:56 43 2nd League
2009/10 6 58:49 44 2nd League *
2010/11 1 78:23 44 3rd league
2011/12 4 72:48 52 3rd league
  • The second teams of teams of the Bundesliga were relegated

as FC Liefering[change | change source]

Season Final place Goals Points League
2012/13 1 94:23 74 3rd League
2013/14 3 72:48 57 2nd League
2014/15 2 70:55 56 2nd League
2015/16 4 65:49 57 2nd League
2016/17 2 58:49 60 2nd League
2017/18 5 58:44 55 2nd League
2018/19 10 58:44 35 2nd League
2019/20 3 73:47 53 2nd League
2020/21 2 69:31 63 2nd League
2021/22 6 56:43 46 2nd League

Current squad[change | change source]

As of 23 April 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 Czech Republic Czech Republic Adam Stejskal
2 DF Germany Germany Konstantin Gertig
3 DF Austria Austria Benjamin Böckle
4 DF Austria Austria Lukas Wallner
5 DF Switzerland  Switzerland Bryan Okoh
6 MF Mali Mali Mamady Diambou
7 FW Austria Austria Elias Havel
8 MF Ghana Ghana Amankwah Forson
9 FW Austria Austria Luka Reischl
14 DF Austria Austria Sandro-Luca Molnar
15 MF Denmark Denmark Maurits Kjaergaard
16 MF Ghana Ghana Lawrence Agyekum
17 MF Austria Austria Dijon Kameri
18 DF Austria Austria Daniel Klicnik
19 FW Austria Austria Raphael Hofer
20 FW Austria Austria Thomas Schiestl
22 MF Austria Austria Tolgahan Sahin
23 FW Croatia Croatia Roko Šimić
24 DF Colombia Colombia Lucho
25 MF Austria Austria Julian Halwachs
No. Pos. Nation Player
26 DF Austria Austria Lukas Ibertsberger
27 DF Austria Austria Benjamin Atiabou
28 MF Niger Niger Samson Tijani
29 MF Austria Austria Zeteny Jano
32 GK Hungary Hungary Balazs Toth
34 GK Germany Germany Jonas Krumrey
35 MF Austria Austria Tim Paumgartner
36 MF Austria Austria Justin Omoregie
37 DF Mali Mali Daouda Guindo
38 FW Hungary Hungary Marcell Berki
40 DF Austria Austria Samson Baidoo
41 MF Austria Austria Marcel Moswitzer
42 FW Ghana Ghana Daniel Owusu
43 FW Austria Austria Moritz Neumann
45 FW Switzerland  Switzerland Federico Crescenti
46 DF Croatia Croatia Dario Bijelić
47 FW Ivory Coast Ivory Coast Oumar Diakité
48 DF Hungary Hungary Patrik Kovács
49 MF Austria Austria Valentin Sulzbacher

Coaching staff[change | change source]

[1]

Out on loan[change | change source]

As of 18:04, Thursday, June 30, 2022 (UTC)[2]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
45 MF Mali Mali Nene Dorgeles (at Austria SV Ried)

Former coaches[change | change source]


Former players[change | change source]

Honours[change | change source]

  • 1x Champion Regionalliga West: 2012
  • 3x Runner-up 2nd League: 2015, 2017, 2021

Other websites[change | change source]


References[change | change source]