SV Mattersburg

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SV Mattersburg
SV Mattersburg.png
Full name SV Bauwelt Koch Mattersburg
Founded 1922
Ground Pappelstadion, Mattersburg
Ground Capacity 17,100
Chairman Martin Pucher
Manager Ivica Vastić
League Austrian Football First League
2012–13 Austrian Bundesliga, 10th (relegated)
Team photo for the 2010–2011 season

SV Mattersburg is an Austrian association football club from Mattersburg, Burgenland. For sponsorship reasons, the club is currently also known as SV Bauwelt Koch Mattersburg.

The club was formed in 1922 and currently plays its home games at the 17,100 capacity Pappelstadion. The club has played in the Bundesliga since the 2003–04 season. SV Mattersburg draws surprisingly large crowds, with the average crowd for the 2004–05 season being the second highest in Austria, even though the town of Mattersburg has only 6,300 inhabitants. In the 2006–07 season, Mattersburg finished third in the Bundesliga, the highest position in their history.

Current squad[edit]

As of 28 June 2014

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 Thomas Borenitsch
2 Austria DF Dukagjin Karanezi
3 Austria MF Peter Hawlik
4 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Nedeljko Malić
5 Austria MF Michael Mörz
6 Austria DF Philipp Erhardt
7 Austria MF Alexander Taschner
8 Austria MF Alois Höller
9 Austria FW Ingo Klemen
10 Spain MF Jano
11 Austria FW Alexander Ibser
12 Austria FW Karim Onisiwo
13 Austria FW Christian Ressler
14 Austria MF Dominik Doleschal
No. Position Player
15 Austria MF Sven Sprangler
17 Austria DF Patrick Farkas
18 Austria DF Lukas Rath
19 Austria MF Manuel Prietl
20 Austria MF Michael Perlak
21 Austria GK Markus Kuster
25 Austria DF Michael Novak
26 Spain DF Fran Rodríguez
27 Austria FW Thorsten Röcher
29 Austria GK Thomas Dau
30 Germany DF Ivica Majstorović
31 Austria DF Thorsten Mahrer
32 Austria FW Markus Pink
33 Austria FW Patrick Bürger

Manager history[edit]

European cup history[edit]

As of December 2008.

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
2006–07 UEFA Cup Q1 Poland Wisla Krakow 1–1 0–1 1–2
2007–08 UEFA Cup Q1 Kazakhstan FC Aktobe 4–2 0–1 4–3
Q2 Switzerland FC Basel 0–4 1–2 1–6
  • Q = Qualifying

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