SV Bürmoos

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SV Bürmoos
Full nameSportverein Bürmoos
FoundedMarch 1927
PresidentPeter Eder
ManagerJosef Bauer
LeagueSalzburger Liga
2018-19 [a]Salzburger Liga, 5th
WebsiteClub website

SV Bürmoos is a football club from Bürmoos, a community in the Salzburg-Umgebung District. The club is playing in Salzburger Liga, the 4th level of Austrian soccer and the highest league in the federal state of Salzburg.

History[change | change source]

The club was founded in March 1927 under the name SK Bürmoos. It was founded by men who played in nearby Oberndorf for 1. Oberndorfer Sportklub 1920. In 1928 the club was renamed 1. ASK (Arbeiter Sportklub) Union Bürmoos In the beginning they only played friendly matches. The first match versus Oberndorf was lost by 2:8. In 1934 the club was dissolved after the Austrian Civil War[b] but played on under the name of SK Bürmoos.[1][2]

The club was newly founded after the Second World War under the name of SK Bürmoos. On 19 April 1946 the club was named ATSV Bürmoos but still in 1946 the club was renamed SV Bürmoos.[2]

Honours[change | change source]

  • Salzburger Cup: 1946, 1956
  • Salzburg Champion: 1951,1962

Current Squad[change | change source]

as 5 March 2022 [3]

Goalkeepers
  • Sebastian Brandstetter
  • Matthew O'Connor
  • Maximilian Christian Tanzer
Defenders
  • Andreas Brugger
  • Bastian Kopelent
  • Manfred Pabinger
  • Stefan Permanschlager
  • Markus Stadler
  • Eric Wagner
Midfielders
  • Josef Höller
  • Julian Jung
  • Manuel Jung
  • Philip Kirchtag
  • Florian Mitterlechner
  • Nathanael Rauch
  • Mario Switil
  • Michael Switil
  • Rene Weber
Forwards
  • Tobias Messner
  • Patrick Probst
  • Michael Sporrer
  • Nedim Suljic
  • Lazar Ugrinovic

References[change | change source]

Notes[change | change source]

  1. The next two season were cancelled due to Covid-19 pandemic
  2. Sports clubs linked to the Social Democratic Party were dissolved