FC Blau-Weiß Linz

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FC Blau-Weiss Linz
FC Blau-Weiß Linz logo.svg
Full name Fußball Club Blau-Weiss Linz
Founded 2 July 1997; 17 years ago (1997-07-02)
Ground Linzer Stadion
Ground Capacity 18,000
Manager Thomas Weissenböck
League Regionalliga Mitte
2012-13 Erste Liga, 10th (relegated)
Website Club home page

FC Blau-Weiss Linz are an Austrian association football club playing in the Regionalliga Mitte in the current 2013–14 season.

History[edit]

Further information: FC Linz

In 1997, FC Blau-Weiß Linz was founded, which adopted the traditions of the defunct club FC Linz, which due to financial difficulties had to finally dissolve, by merger with its long-time rival LASK Linz.

Current squad[edit]

As of 1 July, 2012. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Austria GK David Wimleitner
4 Austria DF Torsten Knabel
5 Austria DF Florian Maier
6 Slovenia MF Alen Coralic
7 Austria FW Michael Miksits
8 Austria MF Thomas Höltschl
9 Austria FW Matthias Lindner
10 Bulgaria MF Svetozar Nikolov
11 Austria FW Harun Sulimani
12 Austria DF Wolfgang Bubenik
13 Austria GK Daniel Bartosch
15 Austria DF Martin Kreuzriegler
No. Position Player
16 Austria DF Ernst Koll
17 Austria DF Boris Arapovic
18 Austria MF Philipp Huspek
19 Austria MF Manuel Hartl
20 Austria DF Stefan Rabl
21 Austria MF Konstantin Wawra
22 Austria MF Daniel Guselbauer
23 Austria MF Stefan Haudum
27 Austria GK Christoph Binder
28 Serbia FW Srdjan Pavlov
33 Austria DF Michael Guselbauer

Staff and board members[edit]

  • Manager: Thomas Weissenböck
  • Goalkeeper coach: Austria Dietmar Derflinger
  • Physio: Bulgaria Pavel Ivanov
  • Team Physicians: Austria Dr. Kastner, Dr. Hudsky,Dr. Froschauer
  • Groundsman:Austria Helmut Klaffenböck
  • President: Austria Hermann Schellmann
  • Vice President: Austria Walter Niedermayer
  • Treasurer: Austria Hans-Georg Weingartner
  • Deputy Treasurer: Austria Rudolf Mitterlehner

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