TSV Hartberg

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TSV Hartberg
Full nameTurn- und Sportverein Hartberg
FoundedApril 29, 1946
GroundStadion Hartberg
Capacity6,000
ChairmanAustria Franz Grandits
ManagerAustria Kurt Garger
LeagueAustrian Football First League
2010–20118th
2009/10 team

The Turn- und Sportverein Hartberg is a football club from Hartberg, Styria. The club is playing in the First league, the second division in Austrian football. Beside the football section the club has 14 others, like chess, Judo and gymnastics.[1]

History[change | change source]

The club was founded on 29 April 1946. Then the club had two parts, football and handball. In the meantime there are 14.

After a long time in lower classes Hartberg was first promoted to the Landesliga, the highest class in Styrian football, in 1978. 1978/79 the club won the Landesliga, but failed in the relegation tournament for promotion. A year later the club reached the quarterfinals of the Austrian Cup. 1994/95 the club became champion again and was promoted to the Regionalliga Mitte (3rd division). 2006 the team became champion of the Regionalliga Mitte and was promoted to the Ersten Liga (2nd division). Due to reforms of the league Hartberg was relegated the same season. On the last day of the season 2008–2009, TSV Hartberg finished in first poisition of the Austrian third division and was promoted to the 2009–2010 second division where they play at the moment.

Team in the 2011/12 season[change | change source]

.[2] 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 Jürgen Rindler
3 DF Austria Austria Michael Grasser
6 DF Austria Austria Peter Kozissnik
7 MF Austria Austria Robert Gamperl
8 FW Austria Austria Robert Strobl
9 FW Austria Austria Marco Schober
10 MF Czech Republic Czech Republic David Kobylik
11 FW Austria Austria Rexhe Bytyci
12 MF Austria Austria Stefan Rakowitz
14 MF Austria Austria Manuel Prietl
15 MF Austria Austria Fabian Harrer
16 MF Austria Austria Cem Atan
17 DF Austria Austria Michael Huber
No. Pos. Nation Player
19 MF Austria Austria Michael Kölbl
20 MF Austria Austria Daniel Rossmann
21 GK Austria Austria Patrick Gößlbauer
22 MF Austria Austria Gerald Puntigam
23 MF Austria Austria Daniel Gremsl
24 DF Austria Austria Luca Tauschmann
27 DF Czech Republic Czech Republic Martin Zivny
28 MF Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina Edmir Adilovic
30 DF Hungary Hungary Roland Kelbert
31 DF Hungary Hungary Thomas Rotter
32 DF Slovenia Slovenia Matej Miljatovic
33 FW Austria Austria Lukas Mössner
35 FW Austria Austria Christoph Friedl
44 GK Austria Austria Roman Ostojic

The second squad is playing together with FSC Eggendorf (TSV Hartberg Amateure/FSC Eggendorf ).

Honours[change | change source]

  • 3 x promotion to the second division:1996, 2006, 2009
  • 4 x Champion Regionalliga Mitte (3rd division):1996, 1999, 2006, 2009
  • 3 x Styrian Landesliga:1988, 1990, 1995
  • Cup Semifinals: 1995
  • Cup Quarterfinals: 1989

Stadium[change | change source]

Stadion Hartberg Panoramabild.jpg

The club plays in the Hartberg stadium. It is a multi-purpose stadium for 6000 visitors.


References[change | change source]

  1. "Homepage:TSV Hartberg". Archived from the original on 2010-08-20. Retrieved 2011-08-24.
  2. http://www.tsv-hartberg-fussball.at/kader TSV Hartberg-Sektion Football