Sportverein Austria Salzburg

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SV Austria Salzburg
Full nameSportverein Austria Salzburg
Nickname(s)Violette (Violet-Whites),
Austrianer (SV Austria supporters)
Founded7 October 2005
GroundMax Aicher Stadion
Capacity1599
ChairmanAustrian Claus Salzmann
ManagerAustrian Christian Schaider
LeagueRegionalliga Salzburg (III)
2019-208th Regionalliga Salzburg

The Sportverein Austria Salzburg (shortly SV Austria Salzburg) is an Austrian footballclub based in Salzburg. The club was founded in 2005 after the Red Bull takover of the old Austria Salzburg.

History[change | change source]

The club was founded in September 2005 after the Red Bull takover of the 1933 founded club SV Austria Salzburg. Due to differences about the new club supporters left the now socalled FC Red Bull Salzburg and founded SV Austria Salzburg. Role models were the fanbiased English clubs AFC Wimbledon and FC United of Manchester. The club claims to preserve the tradition of SV Austria Salzburg.

The season 2005/06 they played together with PSV Schwarz-Weiß in the Salzburger Landesliga (4th class) but at the end of the season the cooperation ended. The club has to start in the 7. class of Austrian football. The first match of the new SV Austria Salzburg was played on 29 July 2006 against Lieferinger SV, another football club from the city of Salzburg. SV Austria Salzburg won 6–0.But the following seasons they won the classes they played in so they play the season 2010/11 in the Regionalliga West, which is the 3rd class of Austrian league system.

In the 2014–15 season the club was promoted to the First League, the second tier of Austrian football. The promotion to the First League forced the club into debt of €900,000 by November 2015. It was caused by an increased budget for the players and a security requirement In November 2015 they were fined €40,000 and had 6 points deducted. This was due to their failure to adhere to the league's stadium requirements. The same year they were relegated.

Now Austria Salzburg is playing in the Regionalliga Salzburg (3rd level).

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 Manuel Kalman
1 GK Austria Austria Felix Wilfling
3 DF Germany Germany Fabio Trkulja
5 DF Italy Italy Matthias Theiner
6 MF Austria Austria Rene Zia
7 FW Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina Melvis Memic
6 MF Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina Gavrilo Fonjga
9 FW Austria Austria Marco Hödl
10 MF Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina Marinko Sorda
11 MF Austria Austria Manuel Krainz
12 DF Austria Austria Luka Sandmayr
13 MF Austria Austria Alexander Schwaighofer
No. Pos. Nation Player
18 MF Austria Austria Thomas Gastager
19 DF Austria Austria Florian Wiedl
20 FW Austria Austria Raffael Kogler
23 MF Austria Austria Umberto Gruber
24 DF Austria Austria Mario Keil
25 FW Austria Austria Christoph Bann
27 DF Germany Germany Aman Brinkmann
28 MF Austria Austria Mirza Bosnjakovic
29 FW Germany Germany Johannes Zottl
33 GK Austria Austria Niclas Heller
33 GK Germany Germany Alessandro Hetzer
42 MF Austria Austria Din Rahmanovic

Coaching staff[change | change source]

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Club honours[change | change source]

  • Regionalliga West: Champions 2014, 2015
  • Landescup: Winners 2012, 2013, 2014
  • 1. Landesliga: Champions 2010
  • 2. Landesliga: Champions 2009
  • 1. Klasse Nord: Champions 2008
  • 2. Klasse Nord A: Champions 2007

League history[change | change source]

Season
League Contested Level
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
League
Position
Notes Average
Attendance
2006–07 2. Klasse Nord A 7 26 24 1 1 109 8 +101 73 1st of 14 Promoted
2007–08 1. Klasse Nord 6 26 25 0 1 94 10 +84 75 1st of 14 Promoted
2008–09 2. Landesliga Nord 5 26 21 4 1 90 28 +62 67 1st of 14 Promoted
2009–10 1. Landesliga 4 26 19 3 4 68 24 +44 60 1st of 14 Promoted
2010–11 Regionalliga West 3 30 15 9 6 61 37 +24 54 5th of 16 1,290
2011–12 Regionalliga West 3 30 12 4 14 54 54 0 40 8th of 16 1,194
2012–13 Regionalliga West 3 30 21 5 4 77 21 +56 68 2nd of 16 1,291
2013–14 Regionalliga West 3 30 25 4 1 96 15 +81 79 1st of 16 Defeated in playoffs 1,298
2014–15 Regionalliga West 3 30 23 4 3 71 23 +48 73 1st of 16 Promoted 1,332
2015–16 Erste Liga 2 36 7 11 18 45 73 −28 26 9th of 10 Relegated 1,171
2016–17 Regionalliga West 3 30 4 11 15 43 62 −19 23 15th of 16 Relegated
2017–18 Salzburger Liga 4 30 11 8 11 57 50 7 41 7th of 16
2018–19 Salzburger Liga 4 30 21 7 2 92 31 61 70 2nd of 16 Promoted
2019–20 Regionalliga Salzburg 3 18 5 3 10 27 31 -4 18 8th of 10
2020–21 Regionalliga Salzburg 3 14 9 1 4 21 15 +6 28 2nd of 10 cancelled

Gallery[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

Other websites[change | change source]