SV Spittal

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Spittal/Drau
Full name Sportverein Spittal/Drau
Founded 1921
Ground Goldeck-Stadion
Ground Capacity 6,500
Chairman Austria Toni Kluge
Manager Austria Franz Polanz
League Landesliga (IV)
2008–2009 Regional League Central, 16th

SV Spittal/Drau is an Austrian association football club, based in Spittal an der Drau, Carinthia. The club founded in 1921 was promoted to the First League (II) in 1982 and won the championchip of the 1983–84 season, however playing in the Bundesliga only until its immediate relegation in 1985. Spittal then became a long-term member of the First League until in 1999 the team slipped to the Austrian Regional League Central. In the 2008–09 season they finished 16th continuing their way down to the Landesliga (Kärntner Liga).

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 Serbia GK Nikola Prekić
21 Austria GK Uwe Kropfhofer
22 Austria GK Franco Pirker
25 Bosnia and Herzegovina GK Adnan Adilović
33 Austria GK Alexander Krassnitzer
3 Austria DF Thomas Pertl
4 Austria DF Florian Sixt
5 Austria DF Daniel Trupp
6 Austria DF Johannes Hirschbühl
13 Republic of the Congo DF Makanda Mpaka
16 Austria DF Udo Gasser
17 Austria DF Patrick Stornig
25 Austria DF Rafael Graf
26 Austria DF Thomas Schaunig
No. Position Player
7 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Admir Adilović
10 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Salih Alić
11 Austria MF Sandro Ebner
20 Austria MF Christopher Wernitznig
23 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Halid Hasanović
24 Austria MF Kevin Maier
27 Austria MF Lukas Kofler
2 Austria FW Marco Angerer
9 Austria FW Christian Kautz
12 Austria FW Julian Mataln
14 Serbia FW Tomas Horvat
19 Austria FW Manuel Plattner

Staff and board members[edit]

  • Vice Chairman: Austria Markus Unterguggenberger
  • Treasurer: Austria Horst Kleinfercher
  • Secretary : Austria Martina Altersberger
  • Deputy Treasurer: Austria Walter Egger

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