SK Sturm Graz II

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SK Sturm Graz II
Full nameSportklub Sturm Graz II
GroundTrainingszentrum Messendorf
ManagerThomas Hösele
League2. Liga
20222-232. Liga 13th
WebsiteClub website

SK Sturm Graz II is the second team of the Austrian Bundesliga club SK Sturm Graz. They play in the Second league after being promoted in the 2021-22 season.

History[change | change source]

Since 2003 they played in the Regionalliga Mitte. In the 2021-22 season they won the league and were promoted to Second league for the first time.

Current squad[change | change source]

As of 30 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 Timothy Obi
4 DF Austria Austria Sandro-Luca Molnar
8 MF Austria Austria Jonas Karner
9 MF Austria Austria Peter Kiedl
13 MF Austria Austria Maurice Amreich
17 MF Austria Austria Jonas Löcker
18 DF Austria Austria Leon Grube
19 FW Hungary Hungary Milán Tóth
20 MF Austria Austria Johann Lieber
21 DF Austria Austria Samuel Stückler
22 FW Austria Austria Leon Grgic
29 MF Ghana Ghana Mohammed Fuseini
30 MF Austria Austria Senad Mustafic
31 GK Austria Austria Luka Maric
No. Pos. Nation Player
33 GK Austria Austria Elias Lorenz
34 DF Austria Austria Konstantin Schopp
38 MF Austria Austria Antonio Ilic
40 FW South Korea South Korea Do-an Lee
42 FW Kosovo Kosovo Ermal Krasniqi
DF Austria Austria Fabian Trummer
DF Austria Austria Gabriel Haider
DF Austria Austria Sebastian Pirker
DF Austria Austria Tizian-Valentino Scharmer
DF Austria Austria Oliver Sorg
MF Austria Austria Tarik Brkic
FW Mali Mali Amady Camara
FW Germany Germany Etienne Tare


Coaching staff[change | change source]

Coaching history[change | change source]


Start End Coach
1996 1998 Serbia Michael Petrovic
2001 2002 Germany Franco Foda
2002 2003 Austria Manfred Wirth
2003 2006 Germany Franco Foda
2006 2007 Austria Christian Peintinger
2007 2008 Austria Hannes Reinmayr
2008 2011 Austria Christian Peintinger
2011 2012 Austria Dietmar Pegam
2012 2013 Austria Markus Schopp
4/2013 6/2013 Serbia Stojadin Rajkovic
2013 2017 Austria Markus Schopp
7/2017 12/2017 Austria Joachim Standfest
2018 Austria Thomas Hösele

References[change | change source]

  1. Kader SK Sturm Graz II (German)
  2. SK Sturm Graz Homepage
  3. [1] (in German) Retrieved16 June 2023