1994–95 Austrian Football Bundesliga

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The Austrian Football Bundesliga of 1994/95 was organised by the Austrian Football Association (ÖFB). The Austrian First League served as a stepping stone for promotion to the 1. Bundesliga. The Regional Leagues acted as a third step on the footballing ladder, East (Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland), Central (Mitte) (Carinthia, Upper Austria, and Styria) and West (Salzburg, Tirol, and Vorarlberg).

1994/95 Season
Champions SV Austria Salzburg (2)
Top Goalscorer Souleyman Sané (20)
< 1993/94 1995/96 >

Bundesliga[edit]

The Bundesliga was contest by 10 teams, who played against each other four times. SV Austria Salzburg won the Austrian Football Bundesliga for the second time. As champions they were able to take part in the qualifying rounds of the Champions League the following season, but they were knocked out in the qualifying rounds. Rapid Vienna were able to take part in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup due to their cup victory, where they played in the final in Brussels. Sturm Graz as well as Austria Vienna represented Austrian football in UEFA Cup 1996, where Austria Vienna made Round 1. FC Tirol Innsbruck, Linz ASK and SK Vorwärts Steyr all took part in the UEFA Intertoto Cup of 1995, where Tirol made the final. VfB Mödling were relegated for finishing bottom. A play-off for the final relegation place occurred between FC Linz and SV Ried, which saw SV Ried win 3-0 over two legs, thereby relegating FC Linz to the Austrian First League and promoting Ried into the Bundesliga.

League standings[edit]

Pos Club P W D L F A Pts
1 SV Austria Salzburg 36 15 17 4 48 24 47
2 SK Sturm Graz 36 18 11 7 58 41 47
3 SK Rapid Wien 36 19 8 9 63 50 46
4 FK Austria Wien 36 16 11 9 58 38 43
5 FC Tirol Innsbruck 36 15 10 11 61 44 40
6 Linzer ASK 36 14 11 11 51 44 39
7 FC Admira/Wacker 36 11 11 14 48 55 33
8 SK Vorwärts Steyr 36 9 11 16 40 49 29
9 FC Linz 36 5 10 21 33 81 20
10 VfB Mödling 36 4 8 24 28 62 16

Top scorers[edit]

Goalscorers Goals Team
Senegal Souleyman Sané
20
FC Tirol Innsbruck
Norway Mons Ivar Mjelde
17
Austria Wien
Austria Mario Haas
13
Sturm Graz
Austria Thomas Janeschitz
13
FC Tirol Innsbruck
Austria Marcus Pürk
13
Rapid Wien
Austria Christian Stumpf
12
FC Linz
Austria Heimo Pfeifenberger
11
Austria Salzburg
Austria Herfried Sabitzer
11
LASK Linz
Austria Christoph Westerthaler
11
SK Vorwärts Steyr

Austria Salzburg's Team[edit]

Otto Konrad, Herbert IlsankerChristian Fürstaller, Leo Lainer, Peter Artner, Wolfgang FeiersingerThomas Winklhofer, Hermann Stadler, Franz Aigner, Adi Hütter, Tomislav Kocijan, Mladen Mladenović, Arnold Freisegger, Martin HidenHeimo Pfeifenberger, Martin Amerhauser, Nikola Jurčević, Eduard Glieder, Ralph Hasenhüttl, Klaus Dietrich, Dejan Računica, Helmut Rottensteiner, Gerhard Struber – Manager: Otto Barić

Relegation[edit]

Relegation Play-off
FC LinzSV Ried 0:2 0:1 0:3

First League[edit]

First League 1994-95 P W D L F:A Pts
1. Grazer AK 30 22 6 2 62:15 50
2. SV Ried 30 20 6 4 55:18 46
3. First Vienna FC 1894 30 18 4 8 68:33 40
4. SV Spittal/Drau 30 16 8 6 59:36 40
5. SC Austria Lustenau 30 15 6 9 60:26 36
6. VSE Sankt Pölten 30 13 9 8 53:32 35
7. SV Oberwart 30 10 11 9 40:40 31
8. SpG Wiener Sport-Club/Gerasdorf 30 10 11 9 40:42 31
9. FC Kufstein 30 10 9 11 32:44 29
10. DSV Leoben 30 7 13 10 30:31 27
11. SV Braunau 30 10 5 15 33:50 25
12. SV Flavia Solva Wagna 30 5 13 12 22:42 23
13. ASKÖ Klingenbach 30 4 13 13 20:44 21
14. FC Puch 30 7 7 16 33:59 21
15. SV Stockerau 30 3 9 18 16:50 15
16. 1. Wiener Neustädter SC 30 2 6 22 24:85 10

Top Goalscorers[edit]

Goals Player Team
1. 20 Marcel Oerlemans First Vienna FC
2. 16 Matthias Bleyer SV Braunau
3. 15 Herbert Wieger Grazer AK
15 Markus Weissenberger SV Spittal
4. 14 Peter Pospisil First Vienna FC
14 Manfred Wachter First Vienna FC
5. 13 Eduard Glieder Grazer AK
13 Joachim Moitzi SC Austria Lustenau
13 Zoran Toskic FC Kufstein

Regional Leagues[edit]

Regional League East 1994-95 P W D L F:A Pts
1. Favoritner AC 30 23 5 2 78:14 51
2. SV Mattersburg 30 20 6 4 70:32 46
3. ASK Bruck/Leitha 30 13 10 7 52:34 36
4. Wiener Sport-Club 30 12 11 7 49:38 35
5. FC Waidhofen/Ybbs 30 14 7 9 48:45 35
6. SV Sigleß 30 14 6 10 55:51 34
7. SC Himberg 30 10 11 9 47:38 31
8. SV Horn 30 11 9 10 45:44 31
9. EPSV Gmünd 30 14 2 14 60:46 30
10. Floridsdorfer AC 30 9 10 11 40:37 28
11. SC Zwettl 30 11 6 13 56:57 28
12. SV Schwechat 30 11 6 13 48:59 28
13. SC Eisenstadt 30 9 8 13 44:53 26
14. SR Donaufeld 30 9 4 17 43:49 22
15. Kremser SC 30 5 3 22 20:87 13
16. FC Stadlau 30 2 2 26 37:108 6
Regional League Central 1994-95 P W D L F:A Pts
1. SAK Klagenfurt 28 16 5 7 56:35 37
2. Wolfsberger AC 28 13 9 6 65:26 35
3. ASK Voitsberg 28 15 5 8 56:42 35
4. Villacher SV 28 13 6 9 41:34 32
5. LUV Graz 28 11 4 13 40:52 26
6. SC Marchtrenk 28 8 8 12 36:37 24
7. SV Traun 28 5 9 14 29:60 19
8. ASKÖ Donau Linz 28 6 4 18 30:67 16
Regional League West 1994-95 P W D L F:A Pts
1. WSG Swarovski Wattens 14 7 5 2 27:15 19
2. FC Hard 14 8 2 4 29:13 18
3. SC Kundl 14 6 5 3 24:23 17
4. FC Salzburg 14 7 2 5 27:24 16
6. FC Rot-Weiß Rankweil 14 3 5 6 19:26 11
7. SV Wörgl 14 4 2 8 23:24 10
8. SV Wals-Grünau 14 1 5 8 11:33 7

Literature[edit]

  • Josef Huber: Tagebuch des Jahrhunderts, Fußball-Österreich von 1901 bis 2000, Verlag Wolfgang Drabesch, Wien 2000

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