1942–43 Gauliga Donau-Alpenland
|Champions||First Vienna FC|
|Relegated||Reichsbahn SG Wien SK Sturm Graz|
|German championship||First Vienna FC|
The 1942–43 season saw the ninth edition of the Tschammerpokal, now the DFB-Pokal. The 1943 edition was won by First Vienna FC, defeating Luftwaffe team LSV Hamburg 3–2 after extra time on 31 October 1943.
The Gauliga Ostmark and Gauliga Donau-Alpenland titles from 1938 to 1944, excluding the 1944–45 season which was not completed, are recognised as official Austrian football championships by the Austrian Bundesliga.
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion, qualification or relegation|
|1||First Vienna FC (C)||20||13||4||3||87||56||+31||30||Qualification to German championship|
|5||FK Austria Wien||20||11||2||7||53||52||+1||24|
|6||SK Rapid Wien||20||10||2||8||65||53||+12||22|
|8||Reichsbahn SG Wien (R)||20||6||5||9||38||38||0||17||Relegation|
|10||SK Admira Wien||20||6||4||10||38||42||−4||16|
|11||SK Sturm Graz (R)||20||0||1||19||21||99||−78||1||Relegation|
Rules for classification: 1) Points;
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
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