FK Austria Wien

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Austria Wien
Full nameFußballklub Austria Wien
Founded1911
GroundGenerali-Arena,
Vienna, Austria
Capacity11,800
ChairmanFrank Hensel
ManagerManfred Schmid
LeagueAustrian Bundesliga
2020/21Austrian Bundesliga, 8th
Generali Arena, aka Franz Horr Stadion- homeground of FK Austria Wien

F.K. Austria Wien is a football club which plays in the Austrian Bundesliga, the highest level in Austrian football It is one of the oldest existing clubs in Austria. The club was founded in 1911 as "SV Wiener Amateure" and is celebrating it´s 100 birthday this year. Together with SK Rapid the club is the most successful in Austrias footballhistory. The Austria reached 23 titels, 21 in the Austrianwide championship and two before the Second World War, when the championship was only played in Vienna although the title was "Austrian Champion".

Name[change | change source]

  • 1911-1926 SV Wiener Amateur
  • 1926-present FK Austria Wien

Current squad[change | change source]

As of 7 February 2022[1]

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 Patrick Pentz
3 DF Republic of Macedonia Macedonia Filip Antovski
4 DF Austria Austria Ziad El Sheiwi
5 MF Germany Germany Eric Martel (on loan from RB Leipzig)
6 MF Austria Austria Niels Hahn
7 FW Australia Australia Tristan Hammond
8 MF Austria Austria Vesel Demaku
10 MF Austria Austria Alexander Grünwald
13 GK Austria Austria Lukas Wedl
15 DF Austria Austria Leonardo Ivkic
16 MF Austria Austria Can Keles
17 FW Germany Germany Anouar El Moukhantir
18 FW England England Noah Ohio (on loan from RB Leipzig)
20 DF Germany Germany Lukas Mühl
21 GK Austria Austria Ammar Helac
No. Pos. Nation Player
23 MF Austria Austria Matthias Braunöder
24 DF Austria Austria Christian Schoissengeyr
25 FW Austria Austria Muharem Huskovic
29 DF Austria Austria Markus Suttner
30 MF Austria Austria Manfred Fischer
33 DF Brazil Brazil Lucas Galvão
36 FW Austria Austria Dominik Fitz
39 MF Austria Austria Georg Teigl
46 DF Austria Austria Johannes Handl
66 DF Luxembourg Luxembourg Marvin da Graça
70 DF Austria Austria Esad Bejic
77 MF Austria Austria Aleksandar Jukic
92 FW Austria Austria Marco Djuricin
99 GK Austria Austria Mirko Kos

Coaching staff[change | change source]

Austria Wien Amateur squad[change | change source]

The Amateur squad is playing in the 2. Liga. They are called since their promotion to 2. Liga Young Violets Austria Wien.

FK Austria team of the century[change | change source]

Celebrating the 90th birthaday of the club in 2001 there was an election for the team of the century.

Players of FK Austria in the Austrian national football team[change | change source]

Other websites[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Kader". FK Austria Wien.