FC Liefering

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FC Liefering
Full nameFC Liefering
GroundRed Bull Arena, Salzburg
Ground Capacity31 000
ManagerBo Svensson
LeagueSky Go 1. Liga
2018/19Sky Go 1. Liga 10th
WebsiteClub website

FC Liefering is a football club from Liefering, a quarter of the Austrian city Salzburg. The club is playing in the Heute für Morgen Erste 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.

League[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

Current squad[change | change source]

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

No. Position Player
2 Brazil DF Wallison
3 Austria DF Lukas Wallner
4 Austria DF Benjamin Böckle
5 Switzerland DF Bryan Okoh
6 Mali MF Mamady Diambou
8 Austria MF Alexander Prass
9 Austria FW Chukwubuike Adamu
13 Austria MF Nicolas Seiwald
15 Denmark MF Maurits Kjaergaard
16 Hungary FW Samuel Major
17 Serbia MF Nikola Stosic
19 Czech Republic FW Antonin Svoboda
20 Austria FW Thomas Schiestl
No. Position Player
21 Slovenia FW Benjamin Sesko
25 Austria FW Elias Havel
27 Mali MF Mamadou Sangare
28 Austria FW Sebastian Aigner
29 Austria DF Sandro-Luca Molnar
30 Czech Republic GK Adam Stejskal
32 Austria DF Lukas Ibertsberger
34 Germany GK Jonas Krumrey
36 Austria MF Justin Omoregie
37 Mali DF Daouda Guindo
42 Austria DF David Affengruber
45 Austria MF Nene Dorgeles
70 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Amar Dedic

Coaching staff[change | change source]


Honours[change | change source]

  • 1x champion Regionalliga West 2012

Other websites[change | change source]

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