SV Kapfenberg

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KSV Superfund
Full nameKapfenberger Sportvereinigung Superfund
Founded21 March 1919 as Kapfenberger SC
23. März 1947 as Kapfenberger Sportvereinigung
Ground Capacity12 000
ChairmanErwin Fuchs
ManagerWerner Gregoritsch
LeagueAustrian Bundesliga

The Kapfenberger SV (official Kapfenberger Sportvereinigung Superfund) is a football club from Kapfenberg, Styria.

History[change | change source]

The club was founded in 1919. Before the Second World War he played under the name Kapfenberger SC and was an important part of Styrian football. 1947 the club was new founded and got new sections (table tennis, ski and handball). During the 1950´s and 60´s Kapfenberg played in the Staatsliga A and in the 1980´s in the 2.Division. In 1997 the club, which was only a section of the SV, was dissolved from the Kapfenberger SV and became a legaly independent club. From 2002/03 to 2007/08 the club played in the Erste Liga and became Champion in the 2007/08 season.

In the season 2008/09 the club played in the Bundesliga for the first time since 41 years. In the 2009/10 season the LASK was beaten 7:2, which was the highest victory in the club history.

The club plays in the Franz-Fekete-Stadium, which was built in 1951 and named after a former mayor of Kapfenberg.

Notable players[change | change source]

  • Karl Steinmetz played for the Austrian team in the 1936 Olympic games in Berlin and reached the silver medal. He scored 3 goals in this tournament.

Current squad[change | change source]

As of 16 July 2010

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

No. Position Player
1 Germany GK Raphael Wolf
2 Austria MF René Pitter
4 Austria DF Dominique Taboga (on loan from Tromsø IL)
5 Czech Republic DF Milan Fukal
6 Austria DF Thomas Schönberger
7 Austria FW Herbert Wieger
8 Austria MF Christoph Kröpfl (on loan from RB Salzburg)
9 Serbia FW Srđan Pavlov
10 Austria FW David Sencar
11 Austria FW Dieter Elsneg (on loan from Frosinone)
12 Austria GK Philipp Gröblinger
13 Austria MF Stefan Erkinger
14 Austria MF Markus Felfernig
15 Austria DF Christian Goller
16 Austria MF Ibrahim Bingöl
17 Austria FW Lukas Stadler
19 Croatia FW Deni Alar
No. Position Player
20 Austria MF Boris Hüttenbrenner
21 Austria FW Michael Tieber
22 Austria DF Andreas Rauscher
23 Austria MF Manuel Schmid
24 Slovenia DF Matej Mavrič
26 Austria GK Patrick Kostner
28 Austria DF David Otter
29 Austria FW Philipp Wendler
30 Austria MF Ralph Spirk
31 Russia DF Naim Sharifi
33 Turkey MF Umut Kocin
34 Austria MF Michael Gregoritsch
36 Republic of Macedonia GK Filip Gacevski
37 Austria DF Manfred Gollner
38 Austria MF Mario Grgic
39 Austria MF Daniel Penz
Austria MF Robert Gucher (on loan from Frosinone)
Poland DF Tomasz Welnicki (on loan from 1.FC Nürnberg)

Out on loan[change | change source]

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

No. Position Player
24 Austria FW Oliver Schöpf (to DSV Leoben)
25 Austria MF Michael Rabko (to DSV Leoben)

Coaches[change | change source]

  • Werner Gregoritsch - coach
  • Manfred Unger- assistance coach
  • Franz Sever- goalkeeper coach

Gallery[change | change source]

Weblinks[change | change source]