Floridsdorfer AC

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Floridsdorfer AC
Club crest
Full nameFloridsdorfer Athletiksport-Club
ChairmanWalter Brand
ManagerMitja Mörec
LeagueSecond League
2020–21Second League, 9th
WebsiteClub website

The Floridsdorfer Athletiksport-Club (Floridsdorfer Athletics Sports Club) is a football club from Floridsdorf. Floridsdorf is the 21st district of Vienna. The club was founded in August 1904. In November 1905 the name was chanced into Floridsdorfer Athletik-Klub. In June 1906 the 1. Floridsdorfer A.C. became member of the Austrian Football Association.[1] The club colors are blue and white.

Honours[change | change source]

Current squad[change | change source]

Updated 27 July 2023 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 Simon Spari
4 DF Austria Austria Benjamin Wallquist
5 DF Germany Germany Alexander Mankowski
6 MF Austria Austria Leomend Krasniqi
7 MF Austria Austria Oluwaseun Adewumi
8 MF Austria Austria Armand Smrcka
9 FW Germany Germany Yannick Woudstra
10 MF Austria Austria Tolga Günes
11 FW Belgium Belgium Paolino Bertaccini
13 FW Cape Verde Cape Verde Flavio
15 DF Austria Austria Christian Bubalovic
18 DF Austria Austria Marcus Maier
No. Pos. Nation Player
19 DF Austria Austria Mirnes Becirovic
21 MF Austria Austria Masse Scherzadeh
23 DF Austria Austria Jan Gassmann
25 DF Austria Austria Felix Seiwald
29 DF Austria Austria Denis Adamov
31 GK Austria Austria Patrick Moser
35 MF Austria Austria Rasid Ikanovic
36 MF Austria Austria Tarik Rusovic
43 GK Austria Austria Tobias Bencsics
DF Austria Austria Timo Friedrich
FW Austria Austria Eren Keles
FW Germany Germany Nico Grimbs

Coaching staff[change | change source]

League[change | change source]

In brackets level in Austrian football

  • 1947-1954: Staatsliga (1)
  • 1992-2004: Regionalliga Ost (3)
  • 2005-2007: Wiener Stadtliga (4)
  • 2007-2014: Regionalliga Ost (3)
  • 2014- : 2. Liga (2)[2]

Manager history in the 21st century[change | change source]

Famous players[change | change source]

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