First Vienna FC (women)

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First Vienna FC
Full nameFirst Vienna Football-Club 1894
Founded22 August 1894
women 1990 (dissolved 1997)
women 2012
CoachAschot Movsesian
League2. Frauenbundesliga
2020-211st (promoted to ÖFB-Frauenliga)
WebsiteClub website

First Vienna FC is a women soccer team from Vienna. It plays in the ÖFB-Frauenliga, the top league in Austrias women's football. The team is the women's section of First Vienna FC, the oldest football club in Austria. The second team is playing in the Wiener Frauen Landesliga (3rd level).

History[change | change source]

The first women's team was founded in 1990 and started in the ÖFB-Frauenliga. 1993 they were relegatet to 2. Division Ost. In 1995 they were promoted to the Bundesliga. 1996 they went back to the 2. Division although they were qualified for the next bundesliga-season. 1997 the section was dissolved, the team went to Hellas Kagran.

In 2011 the club started with new youth teams (U11, U13 and U15)[1] which are playing in different leagues. In 2012 the women's section was again founded. In the 2012-13 season they started in the 1. Klasse (4th level) and were promoted to Wiener Frauen-Landesliga. In the 2017-18 season they became champion and were promoted to the 2. Liga Ost Süd. In the 2019-20 the modus was changed, there was only one league for the whole state. After 10 rounds Vienna led, but the league was stopped due to COVID-19. 2020-21 they won the 2. Bundesliga and were promoted to the ÖFB-Frauenliga.

Current squad[change | change source]

As of 28 January 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 Austria Austria Pia Piplits
2 Austria Austria Lina Kunz
5 DF Austria Austria Victoria Leitner
6 MF Austria Austria Livia Brunmair
7 MF Germany Germany Sarah Mattner-Trembleau
8 MF Austria Austria Pia Zimmer
9 FW Austria Austria Jelena Dordic
10 DF Austria Austria Sarah Wronski
11 MF Austria Austria Fatma Sahin
12 MF Austria Austria Besijana Pireci
13 DF Austria Austria Anna Nemeth
14 MF Austria Austria Sophie Neid
15 Austria Austria Julia Braunberger
16 MF Austria Austria Victoria Hahn
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 MF Austria Austria Marcella Dworak
18 DF Austria Austria Sofia Calvet
21 DF Austria Austria Alina Waldecker
22 FW Germany Germany Annika Messer
23 FW Austria Austria Vanessa Rauter
24 GK Austria Austria Sabine Baumann
25 DF Austria Austria Gina Babicky
27 DF Austria Austria Lainie Fuchs
28 MF Austria Austria Claudia Wasser
37 MF Afghanistan Afghanistan Lisa Rahimi
39 DF Austria Austria Lena Kovar
40 Austria Austria Alexandra Tatar
41 DF Austria Austria Linda Tuschek
42 DF Austria Austria Sara Rausch


Coaching staff[change | change source]

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