SC Rheindorf Altach

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SC Rheindorf Altach
Full name Sportclub Rheindorf Altach
Founded 26 December 1929; 84 years ago (1929-12-26)
Ground Cashpoint Arena
Altach, Austria
Ground Capacity 8,900
Chairman Werner Gunz
Manager Damir Canadi
League Erste Liga
2012–13 2nd

SC Rheindorf Altach is an Austrian association football team based in Altach, Vorarlberg. The club is currently also known as Cashpoint SC Rheindorf Altach due to sponsorship of Austrian sports betting company Cashpoint.


The club was founded on 26 December 1929 as the football section of the gymnastics and sports club Turnerbund Altach. In 1930, they started to compete in the Vorarlberger B-Klasse as FA Turnerbund Altach, but the club temporarily ceased to exist in 1937 and was not reorganised until the foundation of the Sportvereinigung Altach sports society on 1 March 1946. The sports society ceased to exist in 1949, with its football section becoming independent on 5 March 1949 and renaming itself to Sportclub Rheindorf Altach.

They finished first in the third-division Regionalliga West three times to be promoted to the second-division 1st League, but were twice relegated back to the third division. After their third promotion in the 2003–04 season, the club managed to establish itself in the second division and was eventually promoted to the first-division Bundesliga after finishing first in the second-division 1st League in the 2005–06 season, securing the promotion with a 1–0 win over Austria Lustenau in the second-last match of the season.

Satellite clubs[edit]

The following clubs are affiliated with SCR Altach:

Current squad[edit]

As of 20 September 2013. 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 Martin Kobras
2 Austria DF Alexander Pöllhuber
3 Brazil DF Rafinha
4 Austria GK Sebastian Brandner
5 Austria MF Philipp Netzer
7 Austria MF Andreas Lienhart
8 Austria DF Aaron Kircher
9 Austria FW Martin Harrer
10 Austria MF Julian Erhart
11 Germany MF Felix Roth
14 Brazil FW Felipe Dorta
15 Austria MF Daniel Luxbacher
16 Austria DF Emanuel Schreiner
No. Position Player
18 Austria FW Daniel Krenn
20 Austria MF Philipp Hörmann
21 Austria MF Timo Wölbitsch
22 Austria DF Lukas Jäger
23 Austria DF Benedikt Zech
24 Austria DF Florian Neuhold
25 Austria FW Johannes Aigner
26 Austria FW Seeger
27 Austria GK David Stemmer
28 Austria MF Boris Prokopic
29 Cameroon FW Louis Ngwat-Mahop

Manager History[edit]

Reserve Squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Austria FW Marcel Rinderer
4 Austria DF Marc Kühne
5 Switzerland MF Armend Thaqi
6 Brazil MF Alexandre Donizeti
7 Austria MF Mathias Bachstein
8 Austria FW Enis Domuzeti
9 Austria MF Julian Birgfellner
10 Serbia FW Aleksandar Umjenovic
11 Austria MF Marco Feuerstein
12 Austria DF Julian Jakubec
14 Austria MF Fabian Flatz
No. Position Player
15 Austria MF Jovo Zoric
16 Brazil DF Rafinha
17 Austria DF Tamer Özcan
18 Austria MF Dominik Bachstein
19 Austria MF Michael Gehrer
20 Austria MF Dennis Kloser
21 Austria MF Eric Zachhuber
22 Austria DF Dominik Kirchmann
25 Austria GK Kevin Fend
30 Austria GK Jonas Bösch
35 Austria GK Maximilian Friedl


  • Coach: Peter Jakubec
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Hanno Trotter

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