SV Grödig

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SV Grödig
Full nameSportverein Grödig
Founded20 March 1948
GroundUntersbergarena, Grödig
Ground Capacity2 200
ChairmanAnton Haas
ManagerPeter Schöttel[1]
LeagueFirst League

SV Grödig is an Austrian football club from Grödig near Salzburg, Austria . The team plays in the Austrian First League, the second highest league in Austrian football.

History[change | change source]

The club was founded in 1948 and played till the 1990s in different classes of the SFV (Salzburger football association). In the 1990s they won 4 championships. 2003 they promoted to the Regionalliga West(3rd division). 2006 Eduard Glieder, a former team player became coach of SV Grödig, they reached the 6th place. The next year Heimo Pfeifenberger, another former team player became coach. 2008 they were promoted to the 1.Division, the second level in Austrian football. The first year was not successful and they were relegated to the Regionalliga. 2009/10 they won the league and were again promoted to the First Division. The season 2010/11 was successful, they reached th 6th place. After this success the president announced, that the aim for the next season is reaching a top position. Therefore, the team was chanced and 6 players left the club.

Current team[change | change source]

As of July 31, 2011

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

No. Position Player
1 Austria GK Andreas Schranz
2 Austria DF Stefan Leiner
4 Spain DF Richard
5 Austria DF Florian Maier
6 Austria DF Sebastian Siller
7 Austria MF Daniel Sobkova
8 Austria MF Thomas Zündel
9 Brazil FW Diego Viana
10 Austria FW Mersudin Jukić
11 Austria MF Peter Tschernegg
13 Austria MF Peter Riedl
14 Austria MF Thomas Krammer
No. Position Player
17 Austria MF Ernst Öbster
19 Czech Republic MF Jiří Leňko
20 Austria MF Thomas Hopfer
21 Austria GK Georg Blatnik
22 Austria FW Joachim Parapatits
25 Austria MF Thomas Salamon
27 Austria FW Peter Žulj
28 Austria GK Alexander Freitag
29 Austria MF Lukas Schubert
30 Austria FW Marcus Hanikel
31 Spain DF Ione Cabrera

Coaches[change | change source]

Heimo Pfeifenberger-coach FC Grödig
  • Eduard Glieder (2006-2007)
  • Heimo Pfeifenberger (2007-2008)
  • Miroslav Bojceski (2008-2009)
  • Michael Brandner (2009-2010)
  • Heimo Pfeifenberger (2010-?)

Honours[change | change source]

  • Champion Regionalliga West(3)
  • Champion in different leagues of the Salzburg football association (31)

References[change | change source]