SC Rheindorf Altach

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SC Rheindorf Altach
Full nameCashpoint Sportclub Rheindorf Altach
Founded26 December 1929
GroundCashpoint Arene, Altach
Capacity8 500
ChairmanAustria Peter Pfanner
ManagerMiroslav Klose
LeagueAustrian Bundesliga

The SC Rheindorf Altach is a football club from Altach,Vorarlberg. The club is playing in the Austrian First league, the second division in Austrian football. The official name is Cashpoint Sportclub Rheindorf Altach, due to sponsorship of Austrian sports betting company Cashpoint.

The second team (SC Altach Juniors) is playing in the Vorarlbergliga (4th level).

History[change | change source]

The club was founded on 26 December 1929 as the football section of the gymnastics and sports club Turnerbund Altach. 1930 they started to play in Vorarlberg football. In 1937 the club was dissolved and started again in 1946 as Sportvereinigung Altach . In 1949 this club was dissolved and the football section started under today's name SC Rheindorf Altach.

In 1986 they won the Landesliga for the first time and were promoted to Regionalliga West (3rd division). After some up and downs they could establish themselfe in the first league at the beginning of the 2000s. 2005/06 they won the league and were promoted to the Bundesliga where they played till the 2008/09 season. Since then they played again in the first league where they always played for the champion title but they failed every time marginal . In the 2010/11 season they finished second only one point behind Admira/Wacker Mödling.

In the 2013–14 season they won the league and were promoted to the Bundesliga. 2014–15 they finished 3rd in and qualified to UEFA European League. In the 2015-16 season they finished 8th and avoided relegation by five points. 2018-19 and 2019-20 they finished 8th, 2020-21 10th. The 2021-22 season was not good. Due to the fact that Altach is at the end of the table headcoach Damir Canadi was dismissed in December 2021.[1] In January 2022 Ludovic Magnin became new headcoach of the team.[2] After the return og Magnin to Swizerland Miroslav Klose became new headchoach. [3]

Current squad[change | change source]

As of 31 September 2022[4]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
3 DF Austria Austria Lukas Prokop
4 DF Austria Austria Felix Strauss
5 MF Austria Austria Lukas Gugganig
6 DF France France Pape-Alioune Ndiaye
7 FW Austria Austria Noah Bischof
8 FW Israel Israel Guy Dahan
9 FW Kosovo Kosovo Atdhe Nuhiu
10 MF Austria Austria Dominik Reiter
11 MF Hungary Hungary Csaba Bukta
13 GK Austria Austria Tino Casali
14 DF Austria Austria Samuel Mischitz
15 MF Ghana Ghana Forson Amankwah
16 DF Austria Austria Emanuel Schreiner
17 DF Austria Austria Nosa Iyobosa Edokpolor
No. Pos. Nation Player
18 DF Austria Austria Jan Zwischenbrugger
19 MF Austria Austria Sebastian Aigner
20 MF Austria Austria Johannes Tartarotti
22 FW Austria Austria Amir Abdijanovic
23 MF Austria Austria Lukas Jäger
26 MF Austria Austria Emre Yabantas
27 MF Austria Austria Stefan Haudum
28 MF Croatia Croatia Jan Jurčec
29 MF France France Alexis Tibidi
30 FW Croatia Croatia Sandi Križman
31 GK Austria Austria Armin Gremsl
32 GK Austria Austria Jakob Odehnal
34 DF Austria Austria Manuel Thurnwald
37 MF Austria Austria Ronny Rikal

The club has also a amateur team playing in the Vorarlbergliga (4th division). A football academy is also part of the club. ( AKA Hypo Vorarlberg).

Coaches[change | change source]

Ground[change | change source]

The team is playing in the Cashpoint Arena (Stadion Schnabelholz).

Honours[change | change source]

  • 1 x Champion 2nd division: 2006 (Erste Liga)
  • 3 x Champion third division: 1991, 1997, 2004 (Regionalliga West)
  • 1 x Champion fourth division: 1986 (Vorarlbergliga)
  • 5 x Vorarlberg Cup: 1987, 1988, 1993, 2002, 2003

Other websites[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. (German)
  2. SCR Altach Official homepage (German)
  3. Homepage SCR Altach
  4. "Kampfmannschaft" [First team] (in German). SC Rheindorf Altach. Retrieved 4 July 2021.
  5. SCR Altach Mitarbeiter (German)