Wolfsberger AC

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Wolfsberger AC
Full nameWolfsberger Athletik Club / Sport Klub Sankt Andrä
GroundLavanttal-Arena Wolfsberg
ChairmanDietmar Riegler
ManagerNenad Bjelica
LeagueAustrian Football First League
Team of WAC/St.Andrä relegation match 2010

Wolfsberger AC is a football club from the city of Wolfsberg, Carinthia, Austria. The club competed in twenty seasons on the second level of the Austrian football leagues. Between the 2007–08 and 2011–12 seasons, Wolfsberger AC united with SK St. Andrä to compete under the name WAC/St. Andrä. Both clubs stayed independent, but had a central administration and marketing. In 2010 they reached the Austrian football first league. In their first season they reached the 4th place. After half of the 2011/12 season the club is on top of the table.

The second squad of WAC/St.Andrä is playing in the Kärntner Landesliga (4th division).

Current squad[change | change source]

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 Christian Dobnik
3 MF Austria Austria Manuel Kerhe
4 DF Austria Austria Gernot Suppan
5 DF Austria Austria Hannes Jochum
6 FW Austria Austria Bertold Brecht
7 MF Austria Austria Dario Baldauf
8 MF Austria Austria Gernot Messner
9 FW Austria Austria Sandro Gotal
10 MF Germany Germany Markus Kreuz
11 MF Spain Spain Ynclán Jacobo
12 FW Austria Austria Dominik Rotter
13 DF Austria Austria Mathias Berchtold
14 MF Austria Austria Angelo Darmann
15 MF Austria Austria Rene Gsellmann
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 DF Serbia Serbia Nenad Jovanovic
18 MF Austria Austria Mario Kröpfl
19 MF Austria Austria Roland Putsche
20 MF Austria Austria Patrick Pfennich
21 GK Austria Austria Max Friesacher
22 FW Austria Austria Stephan Stückler
23 MF Austria Austria Sandro Zakany
24 FW Croatia Croatia Hrvoje Jakovljević
25 FW Austria Austria Eldar Lisic
26 DF Austria Austria Michael Sollbauer
27 MF Austria Austria Christoph Cemernjak
29 FW   Mihret Topcagic
30 GK Austria Austria Stefan Takats

References[change | change source]

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