FC Pasching

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LASK Linz Juniors
Logo of FC Pasching
Full name SPG FC Pasching/LASK Linz Juniors
Nickname(s) Schwarz-Grün (The Black-Greens)
Founded 16 May 2007; 8 years ago (2007-05-16)
Ground Waldstadion, Pasching
Ground Capacity 7,152
Chairman Hemlut Nussbaumer
Manager Ronald Brunmayr
League Austrian Regional League Central
Website Club home page
Waldstadion Pasching in 2005

FC Pasching is an Austrian association football club, from Pasching, Upper Austria. It was re-established after the move of ASKÖ Pasching, who appeared most recently as FC Superfund, to Carinthia and the resulting renamed SK Austria Kärnten in 2007 as FC Superfund Pasching. The club currently plays in the third division, the Regional League Central. 2013 the DC Pasching became the first third division club to win the Austrian Cup.

History[edit]

After the relocation of ASKÖ Pasching to Klagenfurt, the new club was founded on 16 May 2007 as FC Pasching.

In 2013, FC Pasching finished the season in second place, failing to earn promotion, but won the Austrian Cup against first division champions Austria Vienna. By winning the Cup, Pasching qualified for the first time in European competition, entering the Europa League, being eliminated by Estoril Praia 4–1 on aggregate in the play-off round (2–0 away, 2–1 at home).

Honours[edit]

Austrian Cup

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 Maximilian Penz
2 Serbia DF Nenad Licinar
3 Austria DF Maximilian Ullmann
5 Austria DF Daniel Rechberger
6 Qatar MF Assim Madibo
7 Austria MF Sebastian Schröger
8 Austria MF Felipe Dorta
9 Austria FW Dejan Misic
11 Austria FW Thomas Mayer (on loan from FC Liefering)
14 Qatar FW Jassim Al-Jalabi
15 Austria DF Marcel Probst
16 Austria MF Lukas Grgic
17 Qatar MF Jassim Al-Shammari
18 Croatia DF Ivan Vareskic
No. Position Player
20 Austria DF Michael Lageder
21 Austria DF Felix Luckeneder
22 Turkey MF Bünyamin Karatas
23 Austria GK Julian Gaisbauer
24 Austria FW Mark Grosse
28 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Elvir Huskic
38 Austria DF Mario Hieblinger
Austria GK Nicholas Schmid
Austria GK Daniel Matosevic
Austria FW Tobias Pellegrini
Austria DF Stefan Hager
Austria MF Mateo Kvesa
Austria FW Markus Hammerer
Qatar FW Almoez Ali Abdulla

European record[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2013–14 UEFA Europa League Play-off round Portugal Estoril Praia 1–2 0–2 1–4

Notable coaches[edit]

  • Helmut Wartinger (2007–present)

External links[edit]