AUSTRIA

 

 

Teams are listed with their current name (highlighted in yellow) or with the last name before their disappearance (highlighted in green). Any previous name with which the team has participated in European competitions is shown in parentheses.

 

 

AUS01 – ESV ADMIRA-NÖ ENERGIE MARIA ENZERSDORF (ESV Admira-NÖ Energie Wien)

 

1905 1.Großflorisdorfer FK Admira (Burschenschaft Einigkeit + Sportklub Vindobona Wien), 1914 SK Admira Wien, 1951 ESV Admira Wien (+ Eisenbahn SV), 1959 ESV Admira-NÖ (Niederösterreich) Energie Wien, 1966 ESV Admira-NÖ Energie Maria Enzersdorf, 1971 dissolved (+SC Wacker Wien => FC Admira/Wacker Maria Enzersdorf); ground: Bundesstadion Südstadt (Maria Enzersdorf); colours: white-black.

 

AUS02 – FK AUSTRIA WIEN  (FK Austria/WAC Wien)

 

1910 Wiener Cricketer, 1910 Wiener Amateure SV, 1926 FK Austria Wien, 1938 SC Ostmark Wien, 1945 FK Austria Wien, 1969 SpG Austria/WAC (+ Wiener AC), 1973 FK Austria/WAC, 1977 FK Austria; at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Ernst-Happel-Stadion; colours: white-violet.

 

AUS03 – FC SALZBURG  (SV Austria Salzburg)  (SV Salzburg)

 

1933 SV Austria (FC Hertha Salzburg + FC Rapid Salzburg), 1943 FG (Fußballgemeinschaft) Salzburg (+ Salzburger SK),1945 SV Austria Salzburg (- Salzburger SK), 1946 TSV Austria (+ ATSV Salzburg), 1950 SV Austria (- ATSV Salzburg), 1973 SV (Gerngroß) Austria, 1976 SV (Sparkasse) Austria Salzburg, 1978 SV (Casino) Salzburg, 1997 SV (Wüstenrot) Salzburg, 2005 FC (Red Bull) Salzburg; at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Red Bull Arena (Wals-Siezenheim); colours: red-white.

 

AUS04 - FIRST VIENNA FC 1894 WIEN

 

1894 First Vienna FC, 1940 FC Vienna, 1945 First Vienna FC 1894; at the 4th level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Care-Energie Naturarena Hohe Warte; colours: yellow-blue.

 

AUS05 - GRAZER AK

 

1902 Grazer AC, 1905 Grazer AK (+ Grazer Akademischer SV), 2012 dissolved and re-formed as Grazer AC, 2014 Grazer AK; at the 2nd level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Merkur Arena; colours: red-white.

 

AUS06 - KREMSER SPORT-CLUB

 

1919 1.Kremser SC, 1920 Krems-Steiner SC, 1924 Kremser SC; at the 4th level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Sepp-Doll-Stadion; colours: white-black.

 

AUS07 – FC LINZ  (FC VÖEST Linz)  (FC VOEST Linz)  (FC Stahl Linz)

 

1946 SV Eisen und Stahl Linz, 1949 SK VÖEST (Vereinigte Österreichische Edel-Stahlwerke), 1962 SK VÖEST /SVS (+ SVS Linz), 1963 SK VÖEST (- SVS Linz), 1978 SK VOEST (Vereinigte Oesterreichische Stahlwerke), 1990 FC VOEST, 1991 FC Stahl, 1993 FC Linz, 1997 dissolved (+ Linzer ASK = LASK Linz); ground: Linzer; colours: blue.

 

AUS08 – LASK LINZ  (Linzer ASK)

1908 Linzer SK, 1917 Deutschen FC Linz, 1918 Linzer SK, 1919 Linzer ASK Siegfried (+ Linzer Athletik Sportklub), 1919 Linzer ASK, 1997 LASK Linz (+ FC Linz); at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: TGW Stadion (Pasching); colours: black-white.

 

AUS09 - SK RAPID WIEN

 

1898 1.Wiener Arbeiter FK, 1899 SK Rapid; at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Allianz Stadion; colours: green-white.

 

AUS10 - SV STOCKERAU

 

1907 Stockerauer SV (Sportvereinigung) 07, 1945 ASV (Arbeiter-Sportverein) Stockerau, 1958 SV Heid Stockerau (+ SV Heid), 1975 SV (Telwolle) Heid Stockerau, 1988 SV (Sparkasse) Stockerau 1991 SV Stockerau, 1995 SV (Moudry Brot) Stockerau, 1997 SV (de Witt Möbel) Stockerau, 1999 SV Stockerau; at the 5th level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Stadion Alte Au; colours: red-black.

 

AUS11 - SK STURM GRAZ

 

1909 SK Sturm; at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Merkur Arena; colours: black-white.

 

AUS12 – FC WACKER INNSBRUCK  (SSW Innsbruck)

 

1915 FC Wacker Innsbruck, 1922 FC Sturm Innsbruck (+ Rapid Innsbruck), 1923 dissolved and re-forned as FC Wacker Innsbruck, 1971 SSW (Spielgemeinschaft Swarowski Wattens) Innsbruck (+ WSG Swarowski Wattens), 1992 FC Wacker Innsbruck (- WSG Swarowski Wattens), 1999 dissolved; ground: Tivoli-Neu Stadion; colours: green-black.

 

AUS13 - 1.WIENER NEUSTÄDTER SC

 

1908 1.Wiener Neustädter SC, 2010 dissolved (+ FK Magna Wiener Neustadt => SC Magna Wiener Neustadt => SC Wiener Neustadt); ground: Sportstadion; colours: blue-white

 

AUS14 – WIENER SPORT-CLUB

 

1883 Wiener Cyclisten Club, 1902 Deutscher SV, 1904 Wiener Sportvereinigung, 1907 Wiener Sportclub, 1975 Wiener Sportclub/Post (+ Post SV), 1976 Wiener Sportclub (- Post SV), 1994 SG Wiener Sportclub/ Gerasdorf (+ SV Gerasdorf), 1995 Wiener Sportclub (- SV Gerasdorf), 2001 dissolved and re-formed as Wiener Sportklub, 2017 Wiener Sportclub; at the 3rd level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Wiener-Sportklub-Platz; colours: white.

 

AUS15 – SV RIED-IM-INNKREIS 1912

 

1912 SV Ried-im-Kreis 1912, 1919 FC Germania, 1919 SV Ried-im-Innkreis 1912; at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Keine Sorgen Arena; colours: black-green.

 

AUS16 FC KÄRNTEN KLAGENFURT  (SK Austria Klagenfurt)

 

1920 Kaufmännischer SK, 1923 KASK (Kaufmännischer Amateur Sportklub) Klagenfurt (+ Klagenfurter Amateur), 1927 SK Austria (+ Klagenfurter SV), 1939 SG Austria/Rapid Klgagenfurt (+ Rapid Klagenfurt), 1945 SK Austria, 1997 FC Austria Klagenfurt/VSV (+ Villacher SV), 1999 FC Kärnten, 2009 dissolved; ground: Wörthersee; colours: yellow-green.

 

AUS17 – SK AUSTRIA KÄRNTEN KLAGENFURT  (SV Pasching)

 

1946 ATSV (Arbeiter-Turnsportverein Pasching, 1986 ASKÖ (Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Sport und Körperkultur in Österreich) Pasching, 1999 SV Pasching, 2007 SK Austria Kärnten Klagenfurt; 2010 dissolved; ground: Hypo-Arena; colours: black-white.

                                                       

AUS18 – SV MATTERSBURG

 

1922 SV Mattersburg, 2020 dissolved; ground: Pappelstadion; colours: green-white.

 

AUS19 – FC JUNIORS OÖ PASCHING  (FC Pasching)

 

2007 FC (Superfund) Pasching, 2011 FC Pasching, 2014 SpG (Spielgemeinschaft) FC Pasching/LASK Linz Junior, 2018 FC Juniors OÖ (Oberösterreich) Pasching; at the 2nd level in the 2020/21 season; ground: TGW Arena; colours: black.

 

AUS20 – SV GRÖDIG

 

1948 SV Grödig; at the 3rd level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Das Goldberg Stadion; colours: blue.

 

AUS21 – SKN SANKT-PÖLTEN

 

1920 SC (Sport-Club) Further Schwarze Elf, 1973 + BSV (Betriebssportverein) der Voith => VSE (Voith-Schwarze Elf) Sant-Pölten, 1998 + SV Gerasdorf => FCN (Fußball-Club Niederösterreich) Sankt-Pölten, 1999 Flash Sankt-Pölten, 2000 dissolved and re-formed as SKN (Sport-Klub Niederösterreich) Sankt-Pölten at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: NV (Niederösterreich) Arena; colours: yellow-blue.

 

AUS22 – SC RHEINDORF ALTACH

 

1929 FA Turnerbund Altach, 1937 dissolved, 1946 re-formed as Sportvereinigung Altach, 1949 Sportclub Rheindorf Altach; at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Cashpoint Arena: black-yellow.

 

AUS23 – WOLFSBERGER AC

 

1931 Wolfsberger Athletik Club, 2007 WAC/St.Andrä (+ SK St.Andrä), 2012 Wolfsberger AC; at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Lavanttal Arena; colours: black-white.

 

AUS24 – SCN ADMIRA/WACKER MARIA ENZERSDORF (FC Admira/Wacker Maria Enzersdorf)

 

1971 FC Admira/Wacker Maria Enzersdorf (ESV Admira-NÖ Energie Maria Enzersdorf + SC Wacker Wien) 1996 SCN (Niederösterreich)  Admira/Wacker Maria Enzersdorf, 1997 dissolved (+ VfB Mödling => VfB Admira Wacker Mödling Maria Enzersdorf); colours: red-white; ground: Bundestadion Südstadt Maria Enzersdorf.

 

AUS25 – FC ADMIRA WACKER MÖDLING MARIA ENZERSDORF

 

1997 VfB Admira Wacker Mödling Maria Enzersdorf (SCN Admira/Wacker Maria Enzersdorf + VfB Mödling), 2007 FC (Trenkwalder) Admira Wacker Mödling (+ ASK Schwadorf), 2013 FC Admira Wacker Mödling Maria Enzersdorf, 2017 FC (Flyeralarm) Admira Wacker Mödling Maria Enzersdorf at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: BFSZ-Arena; colours: red-black.

 

AUS26 – FC SWAROWSKI TIROL INNSBRUCK

 

1986 FC Swarowski Tirol Innsbruck, 1992 dissolved; ground; Tivoli-Neu Stadion; colours: blue-white

 

AUS27 – FC TIROL INNSBRUCK   (FC Innsbruck Tirol)

 

1993 FC Innsbruck Tirol, 1994 FC Tirol (Milch) Innsbruck, 2002 dissolved; ground; Tivoli-Neu Stadion; colours: black-green.

 

AUS28 – TSV HARTBERG

 

1946 TSV (Turn-und Sportverein) Hartberg; at the 1st level in the 2020/21 season; ground: Profertil Arena; colours: blue.