SV Neulengbach

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SV Neulengbach
Full name Sportverein Neulengbach
Founded 1923, women soccer:1996
Manager Johannes Uhlig
League ÖFB-Frauenliga
2010/11 1st

SV Neulengbach is a women soccer team from Neulengbach, Lower Austria. The woman soccer team was formed in 1996 and is after USC Landhaus Wien the most successful team in Austria. It plays in the ÖFB-Frauenliga, the top league in Austrias women soccer. The second squad (SV Neulengbach Juniors) is playing in the 2. league (east division).

History[change | edit source]

The women team is a section of the SV Neulengbach which was founded in 1923. While the man are playing in a lower class of Lower Austrias football the women team is very successful. In their first year they won the second league and promoted to the ÖFB-Frauenliga. In their first year in the Frauenliga they reached the 5th place out of 8 teams and the Cup final. In the 2002/03 season they reached their first titel without losing a match and with 120- 5 (+115) goals. They became the dominating team and won every championship since this season. In the 2007 season they shot 154-14 goals.

7 players of the squad are members of the Austrian national team.

Squad 2010/11[change | edit source]

as 18 May 2011 (National team)

Goalkeeper[change | edit source]

  • Austria Zinsberger, Manuela - 1 (Austria U 17)
  • Austria Abiral, Melissa - 21 (Austria U 17)
  • Austria Wegscheider, Anna -25

Defence[change | edit source]

  • Austria Seiter, Kerstin - 3 (Austria U 17)
  • Austria Bell, Romina - 4 (Austria U 19)
  • Brazil Hickmann Alves, Monica - 5 (Brazil)
  • Slovakia Biroova, Alexandra - 7 (Slovakia)
  • Austria Hickelsberger, Sonja - 12
  • Austria Entner, Kathrin - 13 (Austria)
  • Austria Planyavsky, Denise - 22

Midfielder[change | edit source]

  • Austria Kohn, Mona-Sophie - 6 (Austria U 17)
  • Austria Sochor, Cornelia - 2 (Austria U 17)
  • Austria Ruiss, Ines - 8
  • Austria Wasser, Claudia - 24 (Austria U 17)
  • Austria Novotny, Nadine - 14
  • Austria Tasch, Daniela - 15 (Austria)
  • Austria Celouch, Natascha - 16 (Austria)
  • Brazil Perpetuo Dos Santos Floriano, Giovana - 17
  • Brazil Brancao, Liese - 18 (Brazil)

Forward[change | edit source]

  • Austria Burger, Nina - 10 (Austria)
  • Austria Gstöttner, Maria - 19
  • Slovakia Roziakova, Jana - 20 (Slovakia)

Top scorers (ÖFB Frauenliga)[change | edit source]

  • 2001 Maria Gstöttner 33 Tore
  • 2002 Maria Gstöttner 34 Tore
  • 2003 Maria Gstöttner 28 Tore
  • 2004 Maria Gstöttner 26 Tore
  • 2005 Maria Gstöttner 22 Tore
  • 2006 Rosana 26 Tore
  • 2007 Nina Burger 38 Tore

Honours[change | edit source]

  • 8 x Austrian Champion: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
  • 8 x Austrian Cup: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
  • 2 x Austrian Cup: 2003, 2004
  • 3 x Runner-up : 1999, 2001, 2002
  • 1 x Cup final: 1998
  • 1 x Champion second division: 1997

European History[change | edit source]

UEFA Women's Cup:

  • 2003/04 2nd qualifying round
  • 2004/05 1st qualifying round
  • 2005/06 2nd qualifying round
  • 2006/07 1st qualifying round
  • 2007/08 2nd qualifying round
  • 2008/09 2nd qualifying round

UEFA Women's Champions League:

  • 2009/10 Round of 16
  • 2010/11 Round of 16

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