2011–12 SK Rapid Wien season

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Rapid Wien
2011–12 season
President Rudolf Edlinger
Coach Peter Schöttel
Stadium Gerhard Hanappi Stadium,
Vienna, Austria
Bundesliga 2nd
ÖFB-Cup 3rd Round
Top goalscorer League:
Deni Alar (9)

All:
Hamdi Salihi (11)
Highest home attendance 31,800
Lowest home attendance 150

The 2011–12 SK Rapid Wien season is the 114th season in club history.

Squad statistics[1][edit]

No. Nat. Name Age League Cup Total Discipline
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals YC Red card
Goalkeepers
1 Slovakia Ján Novota 27 5+1 2 7+1
24 Austria Helge Payer 31 11+1 1 12+1 2
31 Austria Lukas Königshofer 22 20 20
Defenders
3 Austria Jürgen Patocka 33 5+1 1 2 7+1 1 1
4 Austria Thomas Schrammel 23 12+1 1 13+1 2
6 Austria Mario Sonnleitner 24 31 1 3 34 1 2
14 Austria Markus Katzer 31 26+1 1 3 29+1 1 3
17 Austria Christian Thonhofer 26 9+7 1 10+7 2
22 Norway Ragnvald Soma 31 14 14
27 Austria Harald Pichler 24 27+1 1 1 28+1 1 12
36 Austria Michael Schimpelsberger 20 24+2 2 26+2 6 1
Midfielders
7 Austria Stefan Kulovits 28 10+8 2 12+8 6
8 Finland Markus Heikkinen 32 27+2 1 28+2 11
11 Germany Steffen Hofmann 30 32 6 2 34 6 4
16 Austria Boris Prokopic 23 9+4 2 1+1 10+5 2 1 1
19 Austria Christopher Drazan 20 20+11 2 2 1 22+11 3 11 2
23 Austria Thomas Prager 25 17+6 1+1 18+7 6 1
25 Austria Dominik Wydra 17 1+1 1+1
26 Austria Lukas Grozurek 19 8+5 1 8+5 1 1
28 Austria Christopher Trimmel 24 25+2 4 1 26+2 4 5 1
Forwards
15 Austria Atdhe Nuhiu 21 10+21 8 1+1 1 11+22 9 9
20 Austria René Gartler 25 7+9 3 1+1 2 8+10 5 1
30 Austria Guido Burgstaller 22 21+2 7 1+1 22+3 7 9 1
33 Austria Deni Alar 21 20+9 9 0+1 20+10 9 4
Players who left after the start of the season
9 Albania Hamdi Salihi 27 4+8 3 3 8 7+8 11 1
21 Austria Christoph Saurer 25 1 1+1 2+1 1

Goal scorers[edit]

Rank Name Bundesliga Cup Total
1 Albania Hamdi Salihi 3 8 11
2 Austria Deni Alar 9 9
Austria Atdhe Nuhiu 8 1 9
4 Austria Guido Burgstaller 7 7
5 Germany Steffen Hofmann 6 6
6 Austria Rene Gartler 3 2 5
7 Austria Christopher Trimmel 4 4
8 Austria Christopher Drazan 2 1 3
9 Austria Boris Prokopic 2 2
10 Austria Lukas Grozurek 1 1
Austria Markus Katzer 1 1
Austria Jürgen Patocka 1 1
Austria Harald Pichler 1 1
Austria Mario Sonnleitner 1 1
OG Slovenia Matej Mavric (Kapfenberg) 1 1
Cameroon Patrick Mevoungou (Admira) 1 1
Austria Rene Seebacher (Admira) 1 1
Totals 52 12 64

Fixtures and results[2][edit]

  Win   Draw   Loss

Bundesliga[edit]

Rd Date Venue Opponent Res. Att. Goals and discipline
1 16.07.2011 H Admira 2-0 150 Salihi Goal 67', Nuhiu Goal 90+1'
2 23.07.2011 A Wiener Neustadt 2-0 6,100 Nuhiu Goal 90+2', Drazan Goal 90+4'
3 31.07.2011 H Ried 0-0 15,200
4 13.08.2011 A Sturm Graz 0-1 13,931
5 21.08.2011 H Austria Wien 0-3 31,800 Prokopic Red card 86'
6 28.08.2011 A RB Salzburg 0-0 15,500
7 10.09.2011 H Mattersburg 1-1 15,200 Trimmel Goal 55'
8 17.09.2011 H Kapfenberg 5-1 14,800 Mavrič Goal 13' (o.g.), Trimmel Goal 27', Gartler R. Goal 59', Hofmann S. Goal 78' (pen.), Salihi Goal 90+2'
9 24.09.2011 A Wacker Innsbruck 3-0 8,073 Hofmann S. Goal 22' (pen.), Gartler R. Goal 43', Alar Goal 48'
10 01.10.2011 A Admira 3-4 10,600 Patocka Goal 60', Hofmann S. Goal 68' (pen.), Salihi Goal 79'
11 15.10.2011 H Wiener Neustadt 1-1 15,300 Drazan Goal 9'
12 23.10.2011 A Austria Wien 1-1 12,000 Burgstaller G. Goal 45'
13 29.10.2011 H Sturm Graz 3-2 17,000 Trimmel Goal 55', Nuhiu Goal 72' Goal 75'
14 05.11.2011 A Ried 1-1 7,300 Trimmel Goal 24'
15 20.11.2011 H RB Salzburg 4-2 17,500 Katzer Goal 5', Burgstaller G. Goal 34' Goal 75' Goal 79'
16 26.11.2011 A Mattersburg 2-1 9,200 Nuhiu Goal 68', Hofmann S. Goal 78'
Drazan Yellow cardRed card 83'
17 03.12.2011 A Kapfenberg 0-0 3,500
18 10.12.2011 H Wacker Innsbruck 0-0 15,300
19 17.12.2011 H Admira 2-1 14,000 Nuhiu Goal 5', Alar Goal 78'
20 12.02.2012 A Wiener Neustadt 0-0 3,500
21 18.02.2012 H Austria Wien 0-0 29,400
22 25.02.2012 A Sturm Graz 0-0 14,251
23 03.03.2012 H Ried 1-0 16,200 Pichler H. Goal 51'
Trimmel Red card 42'
24 10.03.2012 A RB Salzburg 1-3 19,500 Hofmann S. Goal 74'
Burgstaller G. Yellow cardRed card 89'
25 17.03.2012 H Mattersburg 1-1 15,500 Hofmann S. Goal 83'
26 21.03.2012 H Kapfenberg 3-0 13,300 Alar Goal 45' Goal 60', Gartler R. Goal 90+3'
27 25.03.2012 A Wacker Innsbruck 1-2 10,200 Nuhiu Goal 60'
28 31.03.2012 A Admira 4-0 8,000 Mevoungou Goal 22' (o.g.), Alar Goal 72', Seebacher Goal 85' (o.g.), Prokopic Goal 90'
29 07.04.2012 H Wiener Neustadt 2-1 14,800 Prokopic Goal 14', Nuhiu Goal 64'
30 15.04.2012 A Austria Wien 0-0 12,219
31 22.04.2012 H Sturm Graz 1-1 17,300 Burgstaller G. Goal 13'
32 29.04.2012 A Ried 3-2 7,300 Alar Goal 12' Goal 51', Burgstaller G. Goal 19'
Prager Yellow cardRed card 89'
33 06.05.2012 H RB Salzburg 0-1 17,500
34 10.05.2012 A Mattersburg 1-0 7,200 Burgstaller G. Goal 18'
35 13.05.2012 A Kapfenberg 2-0 4,500 Grozurek Goal 7', Sonnleitner Goal 75'
36 17.05.2012 H Wacker Innsbruck 2-0 17,100 Alar Goal 37' Goal 90'

Cup[edit]

Rd Date Venue Opponent Res. Att. Goals and discipline
R1 06.08.2011 A LASK II 7-0 1,000 Salihi Goal 24' Goal 31' Goal 47' Goal 53' Goal 62', Gartler R. Goal 33' Goal 83'
R2 21.09.2011 A Bad Vöslau 4-1 2,900 Salihi Goal 10' Goal 11' (pen.) Goal 71', Nuhiu Goal 30'
R16 26.10.2011 H Ried 1-2 (a.e.t.) 6,500 Drazan Goal 19'
Drazan Yellow cardRed card 100', Schimpelsberger Yellow cardRed card 116'

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Saison 2011/12". rapidarchiv.at. Retrieved 5 August 2016. 
  2. ^ "Spiele 2011/12". rapidarchiv.at. Retrieved 6 August 2016.