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AUSTRIA 1st level alltimetable 1911/12-2017/18


Clas Glenning composed this table from reliable material. Thanks to Hans Schöggl for providing most of the information on which the table is based. Also thanks to Karel Stokkermans and Hans-Gerd Heuser for clarifications. You are free to copy this document in non-commercial circunmstances but please state the source, i.e. Clas Glenning.


TEAM S GP W D L GF GA P 1. SK Rapid Wien 107 2978 1655 651 672 6892 3818 5616 2. FK Austria Wien 103 2837 1472 583 782 5998 3861 4999 3. SK Sturm Graz 62 2004 771 492 741 2903 2928 2792* 4. FC Red Bull Salzburg 54 1798 768 441 589 2849 2389 2745 5. Wiener Sport-Club 77 1880 757 418 705 3569 3360 2689 6. First Vienna FC 1894 (Wien) 69 1681 735 355 591 3438 2894 2560 7. Grazer AK 50 1546 572 406 568 2196 2315 2094* 8. Linzer ASK 49 1496 536 367 593 2138 2372 1975 9. SK Admira Wien 50 1143 525 227 391 2605 2112 1802 10.SC Wacker Wien 53 1162 478 247 437 2503 2252 1681 11.FC Admira/Wacker (Wien) 25 864 313 241 310 1271 1267 1180 12.Wiener AC 39 834 320 178 336 1684 1697 1138 13.Floridsdorfer AC (Wien) 39 796 290 155 351 1648 1854 1025 14.FC Linz 23 738 256 209 273 954 981 977 15.1. Simmeringer SC 36 847 262 166 419 1449 1996 952 16.SV Ried im Innkreis 20 720 236 187 297 901 1002 895 17.FC Wien 28 585 209 128 248 1075 1254 755 18.Swarowski Wattens-Wacker Inn. 12 396 190 102 104 668 414 672 19.FC Tirol Innsbruck 9 324 157 77 90 500 330 548 20.SV Mattersburg 13 468 141 117 210 565 762 540 21.FC Admira Wacker Mödling 14 504 140 123 241 573 876 538* 22.SK Austria Klagenfurt 15 420 122 112 186 490 694 478 23.FC Wacker Innsbruck (old) 9 264 123 68 73 462 316 437 24.Kapfenberger SV 15 430 107 93 230 545 931 414 25.FC Swarowski Tirol 6 216 120 50 46 428 265 410 26.SC Eisenstadt 13 380 102 104 174 421 604 410 27.SC Hakoah Wien 15 338 104 83 151 538 692 395 28.Wiener AF 13 253 115 46 92 557 467 391 29.SC Schwarz-Weiß Bregenz 12 382 102 81 199 418 737 387 30.SK Austria Kärnten 8 288 98 77 113 345 394 371 31.SC Rudolfshügel (Wien) 15 299 99 59 141 539 666 356 32.ASV Hertha Wien 17 343 81 75 187 495 825 318 33.SK Vorwärts Steyr 11 344 76 79 189 391 635 304* 34.SC Rheindorf Altach 7 252 80 54 118 308 416 294 35.FC Wacker Innsbruck (new) 7 252 63 76 113 278 414 265 36.AC Wolfsberg 6 216 69 51 96 251 321 258 37.SG FK Austria-Wiener AC 4 140 70 33 37 267 162 243 38.SC Magna Wiener Neustadt 6 216 59 57 100 234 384 234 39.Donawitzer SV Alpine 7 200 57 55 88 232 337 226 40.1. Schwechater SC 6 155 60 33 62 254 272 213 41.VSE Sankt Pölten 6 202 49 63 90 243 349 210 42.1. Wiener Neustädter SC 8 206 55 42 109 297 460 207 43.SK Slovan Wien 9 200 46 46 108 309 482 184 44.Kremser SC 7 170 45 39 86 258 378 174 45.Favoritner AC (Wien) 6 144 42 27 75 179 342 153 46.Brigittenauer AC (Wien) 5 114 37 21 56 163 259 132 47.VfB Mödling 5 142 33 33 76 163 268 132 48.SV Grödig 3 108 34 24 50 156 192 126 49.FC Kärnten 3 108 32 27 49 121 171 123 50.SV Stickstoff Linz 4 104 32 23 49 177 214 119 51.Austria Klagenfurt 2 68 19 17 32 65 101 74 52.SC Austria Lustenau 3 108 14 32 62 84 194 74 53.WSV Donawitz 3 80 19 10 51 128 246 67 54.FC Libertas Wien 3 66 16 17 33 95 136 65 55.SKN St. Pölten 2 72 14 15 43 69 137 57 56.FC Stadlau 3 78 14 15 49 98 220 57 57.Grazer SC 3 62 15 6 41 105 208 51 58.FC Dornbirn 1913 3 82 11 18 53 91 223 51 59.SC Libertas Wien 2 44 10 15 19 75 91 45 60.FC Union Wels 2 60 10 14 36 49 115 44 61.SC Olympia 33 (Wien) 2 52 9 11 32 59 159 38 62.WSG Radenthein 2 56 9 9 38 61 141 36 63.FC Ostmark Wien 2 46 8 10 28 49 118 34 64.SV Spittal/Drau 1 30 9 6 15 28 55 33 65.SC Neusiedl 2 60 8 9 43 39 151 33 66.SG WSG Radenthein-Villacher SV 1 32 6 14 12 33 40 32 67.SV Amateure Fiat Wien 2 32 9 4 19 83 111 31 68.SC Rapid Oberlaa 5 91 7 8 76 89 364 29 69.SV St. Veit 1 30 7 7 16 37 59 28 70.SCN Admira/Wacker 1 36 6 10 20 35 71 28 71.Post SV Wien 3 58 7 7 44 65 202 28 72.SC Helfort Wien 1 22 7 5 10 39 56 26 73.ESV Ostbahn XI (Wien) 2 42 7 5 30 49 195 26 74.FC Vorarlberg (Bregenz) 1 32 5 8 19 31 66 23 75.SCR Hochstädt Wien 2 38 6 5 27 43 130 23 76.ESV Austria Graz 1 26 7 1 18 25 78 22 77.LSV Markersdorf/Pielach 1 16 6 3 7 43 45 21 78.Salzburger AK 1914 3 74 2 15 57 76 238 21 79.SV Donau Wien 1 22 5 5 12 32 54 20 80.FC Blau-Weiß Wien 1 26 5 3 18 25 89 18 81.SV Admira Wiener Neustadt 1 30 3 6 21 23 70 15 82.SV Gloggnitz 1 24 4 3 17 49 104 15 83.FS Elektra Wien 1 24 3 1 20 31 115 10 84.SK Bischofshofen 1 28 1 6 21 22 64 9 85.SK Amateure Steyr 1 18 2 0 16 22 75 6 86.RB Wacker Wiener Neustadt 1 18 2 0 16 17 87 6 87.Vienna CFC (Wien) 1 20 0 2 18 12 96 2 Note: Namechanges refer to names used at 1st level. Vorwärts Steyr had three points deducted during the 1998/99-season for failure to meet license-criteria in time. Grazer AK had six points deducted by FIFA decision for failure to pay debt to former player Daniel Kimoni and 22 more points (10 for going into insolvency and 12 for rule infringements in the license application process) during the 2006/07-season. Sturm Graz had three points deducted for irregularities in license application prior to the season, and 10 more points on Mar 26 for going into insolvency during the 2006/07-season. 2013/14: FC Admira Wacker Mödling had five points deducted.

NOTES

* 1924/25 was the first professional championship. * FK Austria Wien were called SV Amateure Wien before the 1926/27 season. The club changed name in midseason 1925/26-1926/27. Also, for a brief period, April- July 1938, they were called SC Ostmark (not to be confused with FC Ostmark!). * FC Wien were called SC Nicholson Wien up to and including the 1930/31 season. * SV Amateure Fiat were called SC Austro-Fiat Wien before June 1938. The club went up into FAC Wien after the 1939/40 season and thus ceased to be. * Reichsbahn-Wacker Wiener-Neustadt were called ESV Wacker Wiener- Neustadt before June 1938. * 1938-45 was Austria part of Germany. This meant that the winner of the Austrian league played for the German championship. * SK Sturm Graz withdrew in February 1942 with a record of 3 wins, 7 losses, 10 goals scored, 40 conceded and 6 points; their results were annulled but Sturm were allowed to keep their place at the highest level. * SK Amateure Steyr withdrew on April 20, 1944, with a record of 5 Losses, 6 goals scored, 27 conceded and no points; their matches were annulled. * At the end of the 1943/44 season, LSV Markersdorf/Pielach withdrew (after having played the championship through), which enabled Wiener Sport-Club to keep their place for the following season. * 1945-1948/49 the league was again restricted to clubs from the Wiener Liga. * ESV Ostbahn XI Wien have also played under the name SG Reichsbahn Wien. * 1965/66 FK Austria Wien and 1. FC Schwechater begun a temporary partnership after the season, in effect during the 1966/67 championship. However, this is not counted as a merger creating a new club in my table because the new club still had the name FK Austria Wien. In my opinion 1. FC Schwechater temporarily went up into FK Austria Wien, thereby it is not a new club as such. I will use the same Line of thinking when it comes to the matter of the so- called spielgemeinschafts, only when no new team name is adopted though. See below. * Wacker Innsbruck and SV Wattens formed a spielgemeinschaft at the end of the 1970/71 season and the latter ceased to exist. * Admira Wien did also play under the name Admira Energie. * Donawitzer SV Alpine Leoben have also played under the name Werks SV Alpine Leoben Donawitz. The present club Donawitzer SV Leoben is a merger between the above-mentioned club and FC Leoben done in 1992. * SV Stickstoff Linz ceased to be in 1973 as they went up in V;Ouml;EST Linz. This is according to Karel Stokkermans. However, according to Hans-Gerd Heuser SV Stickstoff Linz went out of existence in 1969 because of bankruptcy. * FK Austria Wien and Wiener AC formed a spielgemeinschaft that started when the 1973/74 season begun. This spielgemeinschaft lasted up to (and including) the 1977/78 season. The new club changed name to FK Austria/WAC and are thus counted as a separate club in the table above, even though this is not done officially (for example this club won the championship 1976 & 1978 and those titles are counted on FK Austria Wien officially). But, in my opinion, as I said before, spielgemeinschaft that adopts a different name than any of the merging clubs is considered a different club than any of the clubs forming the spielgemeinschaft. Had said spielgemeinschaft adopted the name FK Austria or Wiener AC then that would have been a different story, but now the club name were FK Austria/WAC. * WSG Radenthein and 3rd level outfit Villacher SV formed a spielgemeinschaft creating the new club Radenthein/Villacher SV when 1973/74 season started. This new club is counted separately in the table above. * Newly promoted Rätia Bludenz and newly relegated Schwarz-Weiss Bregenz formed a spielgemeinschaft called FC Voralberg before the 1973/74 season started. Subsequently this spielgemeinschaft was dissolved. * FC Wacker Innsbruck (new) previously FC Wacker-Tirol. * VfB Mödling have also played under the name VfB Union Mödling. * FC Linz did also played under the names VÖEST Linz, VOEST Linz, and Stahl Linz, respectively. * SC Niederösterreich FC Admira Wacker did also play under the name FC Admira Wacker. * FC Linz were overtaken by Linzer ASK in 1997. The club adopted the name Linzer ASK and is therefore not counted as a new team. * FC Red Bull Salzburg previously Austria Salzburg. Originally a merger of Hertha Salzburg and Rapid Salzburg. * SK Austria Kärnten (Klagenfurt) previously FC Superfund Pasching and ASKÖ Pasching; respectively.

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