List of Austrian football teams

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These are the Austrian football teams and the leagues they played in for the 2010/11 season.

T-Mobile Bundesliga (First Division)[change | change source]

"Heute für Morgen" Erste Liga (Second Division)[change | change source]

The champion of the league promotes to the Austrian Bundesliga.

Regionalliga (Third Division)[change | change source]

The Regionalliga is divided into three sections. The second teams of clubs from the first division are not allowed to promote to the Second Division.

Regionalliga Ost (East)[change | change source]

  • Floridsdorfer AC from Vienna
  • SV Stegersbach from Burgenland
  • SC Columbia Floridsdorf from Vienna
  • Simmeringer SC from Vienna
  • FC Admira Wacker Mödling II from Lower Austria
  • SC Neusiedl am See from Burgenland
  • SC Ostbahn XI from Vienna
  • SC-ESV Parndorf 1919 from Burgenland
  • SC Ritzing from Burgenland
  • SV Schwechat from Lower Austria
  • 1. SC Sollenau from Lower Austria
  • FK Austria Wien II from Vienna
  • SK Rapid Wien II from Vienna
  • Wiener Sportklub from Vienna
  • SKU Amstetten from Lower Austria
  • SV Horn from Lower Austria

Regionalliga Mitte (Middle)[change | change source]

  • LASK Juniors from Upper Austria
  • FC Gratkorn from Styria
  • SV Allerheiligen from Styria
  • GAK from Styria
  • Union St. Florian from Upper Austria
  • FC Pasching from Upper Austria
  • Austria Klagenfurt from Carinthia
  • UVB Vöcklamarkt from Carinthia
  • SV Gleinstätten from Styria
  • SAK Klagenfurt from Carinthia
  • FC Wels from Upper Austria
  • Sturm Graz A. from Styria
  • DSV Leoben from Styria
  • SV Kapfenberg Amateure from Styria
  • SV Allerheiligen from Upper Austria
  • SV Villach from Carinthia

Regionalliga West (West)[change | change source]

  • Red Bull Juniors from Salzburg
  • WSG Wattens from Tyrol
  • FC Dornbirn from Vorarlberg
  • USK Anif from Salzburg
  • SV Austria Salzburg from Salzburg
  • Wacker Innsbruck II from Tyrol
  • FC Kufstein from Tyrol
  • SC Bregenz from Vorarlberg
  • TSV St. Johann from Salzburg
  • SCR Altach Am. from Vorarlberg
  • Union Innsbruck from Tyrol
  • FC Hard from Vorarlberg
  • TSV Neumarkt from Salzburg
  • SVG Reichenau from Tyrol
  • SV Seekirchen from Salzburg
  • SV Hall from Tyrol