Young Violets Austria Wien

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Young Violets
FK Austria Wien logo.svg
Full nameYoung Violets Austria Wien
GroundGenerali Arena
Vienna, Austria
Capacity17,500
ManagerAustria Harald Suchard
League2. Liga
2020-212. Liga, 11th

The Young Violets Vienna are the second team of FK Austria Wien. Till 2018 the name of the team was FK Austria Wien Amateure. The Young Violets are playing in the 2. Liga, the second level in Austrian football.

Leagues (Level in Austrian football)[change | change source]

  • 1998-05 Regionalliga Ost (3)
  • 2005-2010 Erste Liga (2)[1]
  • 2010-2018 Regionalliga Ost (3)
  • 2018- 2. Liga (2)

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Current squad[change | change source]

As of 7 February 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 Mathias Gindl
2 DF Austria Austria Fabian Hauer
3 DF Austria Austria Muhammet Araz
4 DF Austria Austria Ziad El Sheiwi
5 MF Austria Austria Florian Wustinger
6 FW New Zealand New Zealand Tristan Hammond
8 MF Austria Austria Armand Smrcka
9 FW Austria Austria Josef Pross
10 MF Austria Austria Niels Hahn
13 GK Austria Austria Ammar Helac
15 DF Austria Austria Esad Bejic
16 FW Croatia Croatia Muharem Huskovic
19 DF Austria Austria Silvio Apollonio
20 FW Austria Austria Romeo Vucic
21 MF Austria Austria Michael Hutter
No. Pos. Nation Player
22 GK Austria Austria Sandali Conde
23 FW Central African Republic Central African Republic Sterling Yatéké
25 DF North Macedonia North Macedonia Filip Antovski
26 DF Austria Austria Mario Gintsberger
27 DF Austria Austria Matteo Meisl
28 DF Austria Austria Christoph Martschinko
30 MF Austria Austria Florian Fischerauer
31 DF Croatia Croatia Leonardo Ivkic
33 FW Austria Austria Csaba Mester
34 MF Austria Austria Timo Schmelzer
37 DF Austria Austria Raphael Schifferl
38 MF Austria Austria Dario Kreiker
39 MF Netherlands Netherlands Levan Jordania
40 FW Nigeria Nigeria Bright Edomwonyi
FW Austria Austria Lorenzo Coco (on loan from SV Ried)

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Coaching staff[change | change source]

Harald Suchard

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Coaching history[change | change source]

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Start End Coach
7/1998 3/2001 Austria Ernst Baumeister
3/2001 6/2001 Austria Ralph Muhr
7/2001 6/2002 Austria Kurt Hoffer
7/2002 6/2006 Austria Karl Daxbacher
7/2006 11/2008 Austria Thomas Janeschitz
11/2008 6/2010 Austria Johann Dihanich
7/2010 12/2011 Austria Ivica Vastić
12/2011 2/2014 Austria Herbert Gager
1/2014 3/2015 Austria Andreas Ogris
3/2015 6/2015 Austria Roman Mählich
7/2015 3/2019 Austria Andreas Ogris
3/2019 6/2019 Austria Christoph Glatzer
7/2019 4/2021 Austria Harald Suchard
4/2021 5/2021 Austria Cem Sekerlioglu
5/2021 Austria Harald Suchard

Famous Players[change | change source]

  • Andreas Ulmer
  • Rubin Okotie
  • Roman Mählich
  • Emir Dilaver
  • Heinz Lindner
  • Alexander Grünwald
  • Aleksandar Dragovic

Honours[change | change source]

  • Champion Regionalliga Ost: 2004/05

References[change | change source]

  1. In 2010 the association banned the participation of second teams in the first division. Austria Wien and Red Bull Juniors were relegated to Regionalliga.
  2. Transfermarkt.at (German)
  3. Transfermarkt.at Kader Young Violets (German)
  4. Transfermarkt.at Coaching staff (German)
  5. [1] (in German) weltfussball.de. Retrieved 6 February 2022