Team Maps

Austrian Bundesliga and ÖFB Cup winners

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Hovering the mouse over the League winner will show the top four for that year.
Hovering the mouse over the Cup winner reveals the opponent and score for the final.
Click for an interactive Bundesliga map with Bundesliga and ÖFB Cup history.

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Notes on formations & reformations

  •  1: Wiener AF were formed in 1910. Almost the entire team were made up of players who had withrawn from Wiener AC.
  •  2: FK Austria Vienna were formed in 1911 as SV Amateure (Wiener Amateure Sportvereinigung). At the end of 1926, when the club changed status from amateur to professional, they changed their name to FK Austria Vienna.
  •  3: SK Admira were formed in 1905. In 1971 SK Admira merged with another Vienna team, SC Wacker Wien (formed in 1908) to form FC Admira/Wacker. Due to a financial crisis in 1997, FC Admira/Wacker merged with VFB Mödling to form VfB Admira Wacker Mödling.
  •  4: Wiener AC dissolved its football section after the 1935/36 season. WAC Schwarz-Rot were founded in their place. Wiener AC began competing again, in the Klasse Wien B league, in the 1940/41 season.
  •  5: In 1931 the Cup was rather bizaarly played in a league format. It was a one off, which Wiener AC won.
  •  6: After Austria was annexed by Germany in 1938, any reference to Austria in club names was removed. FK Austria were renamed SC Ostmark, but regained their name in July 1938.
  •  7: While Austria was annexed by Germany, the league was renamed Gauliga Ostmark (1938/39 to 1943/44 seasons). Ostmark being the name given to Austria by Germany.
  •  8: Wacker Innsbruck was formed in 1915. Before the 1971/72 season they merged with SV Wattens to form SWW Innsbruck (SpG Wattens-Wacker Innsbruck). In 1984 the merger ended, with the club reverting back to their original name, Wacker Innsbruck.
  •  9: FK Austria and Wiener AC (WAC) formed a Spielgemeinschaft (merger) at the end of the 1972/73 season and became FK Austria/WAC until the end of the 1977/78 season.
  • 10: Called SK VÖEST since 1949 the club changed name to SK VOEST at end of 1977/78 season. Having lost the sponsership of the VOEST steel company they reverted to FC Linz in 1993 (their original name was SV Eisen und Stahl 1946 Linz). They then merged with LASK Linz in 1997 due to financial difficulties.
  • 11: Wiener Sport-Club merged with Post SV during the 1975/76 winter break to form Wiener Sport-Club/Post. This merger of Viennese clubs finished at the end of the 1979/80 season.
  • 12: The Autumn and Spring part of the season was split from 1985/86 to 1992/93. In the autumn 22 games were played, with the top 8 qualifying for the Spring Meisterplayoff.
  • 13: FC Swarovski Tirol was formed in 1986, when it adopted SWW Innsbruck's Bundesliga license. It was dissolved in 1992 and Wacker Innsbruck regained their license for the 1992/93 season.
  • 14: From the 1988/89 season the points gained in the Autumn season were halved, when carried over to the Meisterplayoff. The league was played as one competition again from the 1993/94 season.
  • 15: SV Austria Salzburg were formed in 1933. The company Red Bull bought the club in 2005 and dropped the SV Austria in the clubs name, in favour of FC Red Bull Salzburg.
  • 16: FC Tirol Innsbruck was formed in 1993, when it adopted Wacker Innsbruck's Bundesliga license (which it had only just regained!). FC Tirol Innsbruck went bankrupt in 2002.
  • 17: The 2007/08 season only amateur teams competed in the ÖFB Cup, due to the Euro 2008 tournement being held in Austria & Switzerland.

Research

I've cross referenced as much as possible and added links to the new club website where possible. Many thanks goes to the RSSSF Archive, which was an invaluable source of information whenever an insolvable fact was needed. If you need to find a football answer, it will be on there somewhere.