SV Wals-Grünau

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SV Wals-Grünau
Full nameSportverein Wals-Grünau
FoundedMay 1957
GroundHans-Ludwig-Stadion
Capacity1 800
ChairmanNorbert Bauer
ManagerFranz Aigner
LeagueRegionalliga Salzburg
2019-20Regionalliga Salzburg, 5th
WebsiteClub website

SV Wals- Grünau is a football club from Wals-Siezenheim, a community in Salzburg. The club is playing in Regionalliga Salzburg, the 3rd level of Austrian soccer.

History[change | change source]

The club was founded in May 1957. Since 1964 they had a youth department. The first years they played their matches on the Danubia sports ground in Salzburg-Lehen. 2011/12 the club was promoted to the Regionalliga West. After two seasons they were relegated but in the 2016-17 season they were promoted again.

Current squad[change | change source]

As of 31 December 2021

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 Alexander Strobl
2 MF Austria Austria Niklas Thanhofer
3 DF Austria Austria Thomas Seyringer
4 DF Austria Austria Florian Schindl
5 MF Austria Austria Philip Kanzler
6 MF Austria Austria Christian Auer
9 FW Austria Austria Maximilian Auner
10 MF Serbia Serbia Nemanja Zikic
11 DF Austria Austria Patrick Scheibenhofer
12 DF Austria Austria Andreas Füreder
13 DF Austria Austria Thomas Pertl
No. Pos. Nation Player
14 FW Austria Austria Christian Schnöll
15 DF Austria Austria Niklas Sturm
16 MF Austria Austria Gerhard Brennsteiner
17 DF Austria Austria Maximilian Pössl
18 MF Austria Austria Jakob Clement
19 FW Austria Austria Marcel Bernhofer
22 FW Austria Austria Moussa Dembele
23 MF Austria Austria Lukas Ebner
23 MF Austria Austria Felix Kreil
39 GK Austria Austria Valerian Rehrl
41 GK Austria Austria Tim Saller

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Coaches[change | change source]

  • Fritz Rathgeb (1986–1990)
  • Hans Haring (Autum1990)
  • Hans Stimmler (Spring 1991–1992)
  • Fritz Rathgeb (1992–1994)
  • Wolfgang Dietinger (Summer 1994–Summer2002)
  • Harald Fesl (Summer 2002 3 matches)
  • Hans-Jörg Verwanger (4th round 2002–December 2002)
  • Tarek Mami (December 2002–14 September 2003)
  • Hans-Jörg Verwanger (14 September 2003–Winter 2003/2004)
  • Josef Lechner (Winter 2003/2004–Summer 2005)
  • Erwin Greil (Summer 2005–Autum 2007)
  • Toni Schaupper (from spring 2008)
  • René Pessler (2011–December 2012)
  • Michael Kalhammer (December 2012–September 2013)
  • Matthias Zimmerling (September 2013–December 2013)
  • Helmut Baic (1 January 2014–3 May 2015)
  • Pascal Ortner (4 May 2015–30. June 2015)
  • Eduard Glieder (1 July 2015–3 April 2016)
  • Pascal Ortner (4 April 2016–30 Juni 2016)
  • Franz Aigner (from 1 July 2016)

League[change | change source]

Season Final place Level
2001/02 11 Salzburger Liga (4)
2002/03 5 Salzburger Liga (4)
2003/04 13 Salzburger Liga (4)
2004/05 4 2. Landesliga (5)
2005/06 7 2. Landesliga (5)
2006/07 5 2. Landesliga (5)
2007/08 13 2. Landesliga (5)
2008/09 2 2. Landesliga (5)
2009/10 1 2. Landesliga (5)
2010/11 9 Salzburger Liga (4)
2011/12 1 Salzburger Liga (4)
2012/13 14 Regionalliga West (3)
2013/14 16 Regionalliga West (3)
2014/15 5 Salzburger Liga (4)
2015/16 4 Salzburger Liga (4)
2016/17 1 Salzburger Liga (4)
2017/18 7 Regionalliga West (3)
2018/19 12 Regionalliga West (3)
2019/20 5 Regionalliga Salzburg (3)
2020/21 10 Regionalliga Salzburg (3)

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