Wiener Sport-Club

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Wiener SK
Full name Wiener Sportklub
Founded 1883
Ground Sportclub-Platz
Ground Capacity 8700
Manager Hans Kleer
League Austrian Regional League East

The Wiener Sport-Club, commonly referred to simply as WSC, was established in 1883 playing in club colours of black and white. It is one of the Austrian capital Vienna's oldest athletics clubs, their traditional home is in the Dornbach quarter of the city.

At various times throughout its history the club has had departments for fencing, boxing, wrestling, cycling, handball, track and field, field hockey, tennis, football and water polo. Of these only the football and fencing departments remain active alongside the recently formed (2005) water polo section.

The football team enjoyed success as Austrian national champions in 1922, 1958 and 1959. Their 1958 season included an impressive 7:0 victory over Juventus in European Champions Cup. Two bankruptcies in the 1990s eventually led the team to slip into the lower leagues.

In the early 2000s the football division split off as Wiener Sportklub the team of which currently plays in the Austrian Regional League East (3rd division). Player, and later, coach and manager Erich Hof is the club's legend according to the supporters.

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 Michael Harrauer
4 Austria DF Yannick Soura
6 Austria DF Christoph Hevera
7 Austria MF Ingomar Szabo
8 Austria DF Mario Majstorovic
10 Austria FW Sertan Günes
11 Austria FW Markus Buchinger
12 Austria MF Semsudin Mehic
13 Liechtenstein MF Marco Pérez
14 Serbia MF Nenad Grumic
15 Austria MF Florian Grozurek
No. Position Player
16 Austria DF Daniel Aichinger
17 Austria MF Philip Dimov
18 Austria FW Marko Dogas
19 Austria MF Martin Stehlik
20 Serbia MF Sasa Pantic
21 Austria FW Ali Kaya
22 Austria FW Mergim Shabani
23 Austria DF Peter Kohlhauser
24 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Mirza Berkovic
25 Austria MF Matthias Muhr
30 Austria GK Georg Ganglberger
31 Austria GK Hakan Kara

Notable players[edit]

Notables coaches[edit]

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