2011–12 Austrian Regionalliga

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Austrian Regional Leagues
Season2011–12
ChampionsHorn
Grazer AK
Wattens
PromotedHorn
RelegatedAdmira Amateure
Neusiedl
Columbia
Vorwärts Steyr
Gleinstätten
LASK Linz B
Union Innsbruck
Seekirchen
Hall

The 2011–12 season of the Regionalliga was the 53rd season of the third-tier football league in Austria, since its establishment in 1959.

In the three Regional Leagues (East, Central, and West), teams played two heats for advancement into the First League. Two of the three teams would qualify. In 2011–12, the champion of the Regional League West (WSG Wattens) met the Regional League East champion SV Horn in the qualification, while the Regional League Central champion GAK met the First League last-place finisher. Insofar as the relegated teams did not have other arrangements, three teams had to move down to the fourth level league.

Method[edit]

The Regional Leagues East, West, and Central constitute the third level of play in Austrian soccer. The Regional League East is made up of the clubs in the Vienna, Lower Austria, and Burgenland soccer associations. The Regional League Central is composed of clubs in the Upper Austria, Carinthia, and Styria soccer associations. The Regional League West is made up of the clubs in the Salzburg, Tyrol, and Vorarlberg soccer associations.

Clubs in these leagues play for a relegation place in the First League. The prerequisite for a possible promotion is the granting of a license by the fifth senate of the Bundesliga.

The three last place teams of the Regional Leagues have to move down to the fourth level of play. If more clubs move down from the First League, the number of clubs that must move down to the fourth level will go up as well. If two clubs move down from the First League that belong to the federal states that comprise the Regional League Central, four teams from the Regional League Central would need to move down.

Regional League East[edit]

Championship final standings[edit]

Place Club MP W D L Goals Goals +/- P Note
01 SV Horn 30 18 10 2 70:23 +47 64 Relegation against Regional League West participant
02 SK Rapid Wien II 30 19 5 6 57:25 +32 62
03 FK Austria Wien II 30 14 7 9 60:38 +22 49
04 SC-ESV Parndorf 1919 (R) 30 13 6 11 46:39 +07 45
05 Wiener Sportklub 30 11 10 9 48:51 03 43
06 SV Stegersbach (N) 30 11 8 11 56:54 +02 41
07 SC Ritzing 30 11 8 11 37:53 −16 41
08 1. SC Sollenau 30 12 4 14 75:67 +08 40
09 Floridsdorfer AC 30 10 10 10 36:29 +07 40
10 SKU Amstetten (N) 30 11 6 13 43:54 −11 39
11 SV Mattersburg II 30 10 8 12 46:49 03 38
12 SV Schwechat 30 9 10 11 39:39 ±00 37
13 1. Simmeringer SC (N) 30 9 10 11 40:48 08 37
Red Arrow Down.svg 14 FC Admira Wacker Mödling II 30 11 4 15 45:58 −13 37 Relegation to the Landesliga
Red Arrow Down.svg 15. SC Neusiedl am See 30 11 3 16 47:58 −11 36 Relegation to the Landesliga
Red Arrow Down.svg 16. SC Columbia Floridsdorf 30 4 3 23 27:88 −61 15 Relegation to the Landesliga
Legend: (N) = Promoted from the Landesliga,(R) = Relegation loser.

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  • Viennese City League: SC Ostbahn XI
  • Landesliga Lower Austria: SC Retz
  • Burgenland League: SV Oberwart

Regional League Central[edit]

Championship final standings[edit]

Place Club MP W D L Goals Goals +/- P Note
01 Grazer AK 30 22 4 4 80:29 +51 70 Relegation against First League participant
02 Villacher SV (N) 30 15 8 7 45:30 +15 53
03 SAK Klagenfurt 30 13 9 8 44:41 +03 48
04 Union Vöcklamarkt 30 13 9 8 44:42 +02 48
05 DSV Leoben 30 14 5 11 43:34 +09 47
06 SK Austria Klagenfurt 30 13 6 11 44:36 +08 45
07 FC Gratkorn (R) 30 12 8 10 50:49 +01 44
08 Union St. Florian 30 11 8 11 38:33 +05 41
09 SK Sturm Graz II 30 11 8 11 41:39 +02 41
10 SV Allerheiligen 30 10 10 10 38:35 +03 40
11 Kapfenberger SV II (N) 30 11 7 12 47:46 +01 40
12 FC Pasching 30 10 8 12 41:40 +01 38
Red Arrow Down.svg 13 FC Wels 30 9 9 12 32:42 −10 36 Relegated to the Landesliga
Red Arrow Down.svg 14. SK Vorwärts Steyr (N) 30 6 9 15 36:58 −22 27 Relegated to the Landesliga
Red Arrow Down.svg 15. SV Gleinstätten 30 7 4 19 32:54 −22 25 Relegated to the Landesliga
Red Arrow Down.svg 16. LASK Linz II 30 6 2 22 28:75 −47 20 Relegated to the Landesliga
Legend:(R) = Relegated from the First League, (N) = Promoted from the Landesliga.

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  • Landesliga Upper Austria: SV Wallern
  • Landesliga Styria: SC Kalsdorf
  • Landesliga Carinthia: SV Feldkirchen

Regional League West[edit]

Championship final standings[edit]

Place Club MP W D L Goals Goals +/- P Note
01 WSG Wattens (R) 30 23 7 0 67:14 +53 76 Relegation against Regional League East participant
02 USK Anif 30 22 4 4 82:38 +44 70
03 FC Dornbirn 1913 30 19 7 4 72:30 +42 64
04 FC Red Bull Salzburg II 30 14 10 6 72:48 +24 52
05 FC Kufstein 30 14 4 12 58:44 +14 46
06 Wacker Innsbruck II 30 14 3 13 58:53 +05 45
07 SC Rheindorf Altach II 30 11 7 12 49:44 +05 40
08 SV Austria Salzburg 30 12 4 14 54:54 ±00 40
09 TSV St. Johann im Pongau 30 10 9 11 43:47 04 39
10 SC Bregenz 30 10 8 12 47:45 +02 38
11 FC Pinzgau Saalfelden (N) 30 11 5 14 50:55 05 38
12 FC Hard 30 9 5 16 39:66 −27 32
13 TSV Neumarkt am Wallersee 30 8 7 15 44:71 −27 31
Red Arrow Down.svg 14 FC Union Innsbruck 30 7 3 20 35:87 −52 24 Voluntary relegation to the Landesliga
15 SV Seekirchen 1945 30 4 8 18 33:65 −32 20
Red Arrow Down.svg 16 SV Hall (N) 30 5 3 22 27:69 −42 18 Relegation to the Landesliga
Legend: (R) = Relegation loser, (N) = Promoted from the Landesliga

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  • Salzburg League: SV Wals-Grünau
  • Landesliga Tyrol: no promoted club
  • Landesliga Vorarlberg: FC Andelsbuch

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