SK Austria Klagenfurt (2007)

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Austria Klagenfurt
Club crest
Full name Sport Verein Austria Klagenfurt
Founded 19 January 2007; 7 years ago (2007-01-19)
Ground Wörthersee Stadion
Ground Capacity 32,000
Chairman Peter Svetits
Manager Jože Prelogar
League Austrian Regional League
2013–14 Regional League Central, 6th
Website Club home page

SK Austria Klagenfurt is an Austrian football club, based in the Carinthian capital Klagenfurt, currently playing in the Austrian Regional League Central.[1]

History[edit]

The emergence of the club marked the end of all efforts to establish an all-Carinthian team to play in the Austrian Football Bundesliga, pushed by the state's government under Jörg Haider. Austria Klagenfurt was already founded in 2007 ahead of the formation of the SK Austria Kärnten football club, but began playing not before SK Austria was dissolved in 2010[2] and it had merged with SC St. Stefan.[3] SK Austria Klagenfurt plays its home matches at the Hypo Group Arena.[4] The club adopts the tradition of the former SK Austria Klagenfurt founded in 1920, renamed FC Kärnten in 1999, which was dissolved in 2009.

Current 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
1 Austria GK Alexander Schenk
3 Spain DF Raúl García Lozano
4 Slovenia MF Marko Rojc
5 Spain DF Noel Alonso
6 Austria DF Marco Leininger
7 Austria MF Fabian Biesenböck
8 Austria MF Peter Pucker
10 Austria MF Sandro Zakani
11 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Vahid Muharemovic
14 Hungary DF Oliver Pusztai
15 Austria MF Kevin Winkler
16 Austria DF Ingo Mailänder
No. Position Player
17 Spain MF Abián Serrano
18 Slovenia FW Sasa Lalovic
19 Austria MF Matthias Dollinger
20 Austria FW Andreas Tiffner
21 Austria DF Alexander Percher
22 Austria GK Florian Heindl
23 Slovenia FW Patrik Eler
24 Serbia GK Filip Dmitrovic
25 Spain MF Manuel Sosa-Pérez
27 Austria DF Christian Prawda
28 Austria DF Jakob Hohenberger
30 Austria DF Patrick Stornig
Slovenia MF Rajko Rep

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