SV Ried

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SV Ried
SV Ried Cupsieger 2011.jpg
Thomas Gebauer holding the Austrian Cup, 2011
Full nameSportvereinigung Ried
Founded1912
GroundKeine-Sorgen Arena
Capacity7 680
ChairmanJohann Willminger
ManagerRobert Ibertsberger
LeagueAustrian Bundesliga
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SV Ried is a soccerclub from the Ried, Upper Austria, playing in the Bundesliga, the highest class in Austria.

History[change | change source]

The club was founded in 1912 and played till 1955 in Upper Austrias footballleague. With some up and downs they reached the 1. Landesliga(highest class in Upper Austrian football) in 1976. 1988 and 1990 they won the Championship but failed to reach the 2. Division(at that time second level in Austrian football). 1991 they promoted after the third title to the 2.Division. After four years in this class they promoted to the highest class in Austrian football. From 1995 to 2003 they played in the Bundesliga, but in the season 2002/2003 they only reached the 10th place and were relegated to the First Division. 2005 they reached the title of the second league and came back to the Bundesliga. 77 points are a all-time point record for the second level in Austrian football. They stayed until 2016/17 in the league and since 2020-21 they are playing again in the Bundesliga.[1]

2007 they were runner-up in the Bundesliga and 1998 and 2011 they won the Austrian Cup. In the Cup Winners Cup 1998/1999 they reached the 3rd round.


Current squad[change | change source]

As of 8 August 2022

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 Samuel Şahin-Radlinger
4 MF Austria Austria Marcel Ziegl
5 DF Austria Austria Michael Lercher
6 DF Austria Austria Markus Lackner
7 FW Austria Austria Christoph Monschein
8 MF Germany Germany Michael Martin
9 FW Austria Austria Seifedin Chabbi
10 MF Germany Germany Julian Wießmeier
11 MF Austria Austria Denizcan Cosgun
14 FW Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina Belmin Beganović
15 DF Austria Austria Matthias Gragger
16 MF Austria Austria Markus Lackner
17 MF Austria Austria Philipp Pomer
18 FW Germany Germany Robin Ungerath
19 DF Austria Austria Julian Turi
20 DF Austria Austria Philipp Birglehner
No. Pos. Nation Player
21 FW Croatia Croatia Leo Mikić
22 MF Austria Austria Stefan Nutz
23 DF Austria Austria Josef Weberbauer
24 DF Croatia Croatia Tin Plavotic
25 DF Austria Austria Felix Seiwald
26 MF Austria Austria Nicolas Zdichynec
30 DF Serbia Serbia Miloš Jovičić
31 MF Germany Germany Agyemang Diawusie
32 GK Austria Austria Christoph Haas
33 GK Austria Austria Jonas Wendlinger
36 GK Austria Austria Patrick Moser
37 MF Serbia Serbia Nikola Stošić
44 DF Austria Austria Nico Wiesinger
66 MF Austria Austria David Ungar
77 FW Brazil Brazil Reinaldo

[2]

Coaching staff[change | change source]

  • Christian Heinle - head coach
  • Michael Madl- assistent coach
  • Clemens Zulehner - assistant coach
  • Hubert Auer - goalkeeper coach

Coaching history (21st century)[change | change source]

[3]

Start End Coach
5/1999 5/2000 Austria Heinz Hochhauser
6/2000 4/2001 Austria Helmut Kronjäger
4/2001 3/2002 Austria Alfred Tatar
3/2002 5/2003 Austria Gerhard Schweitzer
5/2003 6/2003 Austria Klaus Roitinger
7/2003 11/2003 Croatia Petar Šegrt
11/2003 5/2004 Poland Andrzej Lesiak
6/2004 5/2006 Austria Heinz Hochhauser
7/2006 10/2007 Austria Helmut Kraft
10/2007 4/2008 Austria Thomas Weissenböck
4/2008 4/2008 Austria Michael Angerschmid
5/2008 6/2008 Austria Georg Zellhofer
7/2008 7/2008 Austria Gerhard Schweitzer
7/2008 3/2012 Austria Paul Gludovatz
3/2012 6/2012 Austria Gerhard Schweitzer
7/2012 11/2012 Austria Heinz Fuchsbichler
11/2012 12/2012 Austria Gerhard Schweitzer
12/2012 5/2014 Austria Michael Angerschmid
7/2014 5/2015 Austria Oliver Glasner
5/2015 6/2015 Austria Thomas Sageder
7/2015 8/2015 Iceland Helgi Kolviðsson
8/2015 6/2016 Austria Paul Gludovatz
7/2016 2/2017 Germany Christian Benbennek
3/2017 4/2018 Austria Lassaad Chabbi
4/2018 4/2018 Austria Franz Schiemer
4/2018 11/2018 Austria Thomas Weissenböck
11/2018 12/2018 Austria Miron Muslic
1/2019 12/2020 Austria Gerald Baumgartner
11/2020 11/2020 Austria Gerhard Schweitzer
11/2020 12/2020 Austria Gerald Baumgartner
12/2020 12/2020 Austria Gerhard Schweitzer
1/2021 3/2021 Austria Miron Muslic
1/2021 3/2021 Austria Miron Muslic
3/2021 9/2021 Austria Andreas Heraf
10/2021 12/2021 Austria Christian Heinle
1/2022 Austria Robert Ibertsberger

Honours[change | change source]

  • Austrian Cup 1998,2011
  • 3rd round Cup Winners Cup 1998/1999
  • 1st round UEFA-Cup 2006/2007
  • Bundesliga Runner Up 2006/2007

Other websites[change | change source]


References[change | change source]

  1. Transfermarkt.at
  2. Transfermarkt.at Kader SV Ried (German)
  3. [1] (in German) weltfussball.de. Retrieved 8 February 2022