TSV St. Johann im Pongau

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TSV St. Johann
Full nameTurn- und Sportverein McDonald's St. Johann im Pongau
Founded1949
GroundSportplatz St. Johann
Capacity2 000
Obmann/ChairmanJosef Klingler sr.
ManagerErnst Lottermoser
LeagueRegionalliga Salzburg
2019-206th
WebsiteClub website
Sportplatz St. Johann
TSV St. Johann (2016 friendly match versus FC Liefering)

TSV St. Johann is an Austrian football club from St Johann im Pongau, a town in the state of Salzburg. They play in the Regionalliga Salzburg, the third level of Austrian football.

History[change | change source]

The club was founded in 1949 as multi-discipline sports club. One part of the club was football. In 2007 the football team became a independent club. 1970/71 and 1971/72 they played in the Regionalliga West which was then the 2nd level in Austrian football. 2008 they were promoted to Regionalliga West, the third level in Austrian football. The second team is playing in the 2. Landesliga Süd (6th level).[1]

Current team[change | change source]

As of 1 January 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 Andreas Hettegger
1 GK Austria Austria Manuel Wallinger
2 DF Austria Austria Rinor Bytyqi
3 DF Austria Austria Thomas Kendlbacher
4 DF Austria Austria Kadir Özkan
5 DF Austria Austria Philip Volk
6 MF Austria Austria Tobias Hochleitner
7 MF Austria Austria Ralph Pertl
8 MF Austria Austria Stefan Sendlhofer
9 FW Austria Austria Sebastian Oberkofler
MF Austria Austria Kenan Kirim
No. Pos. Nation Player
11 FW Austria Austria Benjamin Ajibade
13 DF Austria Austria Christian Kappacher
14 DF Austria Austria Johann Höllwart
15 MF Austria Austria Erwin Keil
16 FW Austria Austria David Granegger
17 FW Austria Austria Florian Ellmer
18 MF Austria Austria Manuel Waltl
19 FW Turkey Turkey Mehmet Öztürk
21 MF Austria Austria Sandro Djuric
22 MF Austria Austria Lukas Beran

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