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FC Petržalka
FC Petržalka
Full name FC Petržalka
Nickname(s) Engerau
ZeŤéEska
Founded 7 June 1898; 120 years ago (1898-06-07)
as Pozsonyi Torna Egyesület
Ground Štadión FC Petržalka,
Petržalka, Slovakia
Capacity 3,000 (1,000 seated)
President Marek Mojto
Head coach Balázs Borbély
League II. liga
2017–18 III. liga (Bratislava), 1st (promoted)
Website Club website

FC Petržalka is a Slovak football club based in Bratislava. The club was founded in 1898 and it competed in the group stage of the 2005–06 UEFA Champions League. But it lost its owner (whos company took over piece of land under their stadium for sommercial building-up[1]) and main sponsor and stadium in the summer 2008, so after the 2009–10 season the team was relegated from the top-tier Corgoň Liga to the Slovak Second Division after finishing last. Two years later, after the 2011–12 season it was relegated again, to the Slovak Third Division. In 2014, due to severe financial problems, the team was dissolved after the season 2013–14. After quick refound of the Petržalka club during the summer of 2014 it was filed to the lowest division (Slovak Fifth League) under the name FC Petržalka akadémia.[2] After three consecutive promotions it plays the Slovak Second Division in 2018–19.

The club plays its home matches at its own new stadium with estimated capacity of 3000 (1000 seated). The club's old home ground, Štadión Petržalka, was demolished.[3] The team wears white and black striped shirts.

The football club founded in 1898,from the previous sport club PTE(Pozsonyi Torna Egylet) wchich was grounded in 1880, initially played in the regional Hungarian league.[4] The club has been known by 17 names in its history, including Artmedia Bratislava (after their advertising agency sponsors).[5] Artmedia were members of the top flight Slovak league from its inception in 1993 until 2010. The club achieved its biggest success in the mid-2000s (decade), while playing under the coach Vladimír Weiss.[6] The club won the Corgoň Liga title in 2005 and later qualified for the group stage of the Champions League, where it achieved the biggest success of all the Slovak clubs. Later, in 2008 the club won the double, but during the next season most of the squad left the club.[3][7]

Names & logos of the club[edit]

Year Occurrence Name Logo
07. 06. 1898 Founded as Pozsonyi Torna Egyesület
(Pozsonyi TE or P.T.E. or PTE)
Pozsonyi Torna Egyesület
1939 Renamed Engerau Pressburg
1945 Renamed ŠK Petržalka
(Športový klub Petržalka)
1949 Renamed ZŠJ Kovosmalt Petržalka
(Základná športová jednota Kovosmalt Petržalka)
1953 Renamed TJ Spartak Kovosmalt Bratislava
(Telovýchovná jednota Spartak Kovosmalt Bratislava)
1963 Renamed TJ Považské Strojárne Bratislava
(Telovýchovná jednota Považské Strojárne Bratislava)
1965 Renamed SKS Petržalka
(Spartak Kovosmalt Petržalka)
1976 Renamed TJ ZŤS Petržalka
(Telovýchovná jednota Závody ťažkého strojárstva Petržalka)
TJ ZŤS Petržalka
03. 07. 1986 Merged with TJ Internacionál Slovnaft Bratislava to form TJ Internacionál Slovnaft ZŤS Bratislava-Petržalka
(Telovýchovná jednota Internacionál Slovnaft Závody ťažkého strojárstva Bratislava-Petržalka)
TJ Internacionál Slovnaft ZŤS Bratislava-Petržalka
16. 06. 1990 Dissolution of the merger and renamed TJ ZTS Petržalka
(Telovýchovná jednota Združený telovýchovný spolok Petržalka)
1990 Renamed 1. FC Hydronika Petržalka
(Prvý futbalový club Hydronika Petržalka)
1991 Renamed 1. FC Petržalka
(Prvý futbalový club Petržalka)
1993 Renamed FK Artmedia Petržalka
(Futbalový klub Artmedia Petržalka)
FK Artmedia Petržalka
2004 Renamed FC Artmedia Bratislava
(Football Club Artmedia Bratislava)
FC Artmedia Bratislava
2005 integration of FK Rapid Bratislava
2007 Renamed FC Artmedia Petržalka
(Football Club Artmedia Petržalka)
FC Artmedia Petržalka
05. 06. 2009 Renamed MFK Petržalka
(Mestský futbalový klub Petržalka)
MFK Petržalka
20. 04. 2010 Founded new PLC FC Petržalka 1898
(Football Club Petržalka 1898)
FC Petržalka 1898
2010[A] Renamed
14. 06. 2014[B] Filed for bankruptcy
30. 04. 2014[C] Refoundation as FC Petržalka akadémia
(Football Club Petržalka akadémia)
FC Petržalka akadémia
2017 Renamed FC Petržalka
(Football Club Petržalka)
FC Petržalka
Notes
  1. ^ MFK Petržalka sold by Ivan Kmotrík to FC Petržalka 1898, a.s., for 1 euro[8]
  2. ^ On 14th June 2014 the Court decided about filing for bankruptcy. On 18th August 2014 the Court stopped the case due to the lack of property of the club.[9][10]
  3. ^ On 30th April 2014 the new residents' association has been founded - FC Petržalka Akadémia.[11]

History[edit]

2005 – 2006 European campaign[edit]

They famously reached the lucrative group stages of the UEFA Champions League in 2005–06 after wins over Kairat Almaty, Celtic and Partizan Belgrade. They beat Almaty 4–3 on aggregate in the 1st qualifying round despite a 2–0[12] defeat in the first leg since they won second leg by 4–1[13] after extra time with decisive goal in the injury time of extra time - the 121st minute of the game.[14] However it was on 27 July 2005 that they made their mark on the tournament, producing one of the shock results of Champions League history as they beat 2003 UEFA Cup finalists and 1967 European Cup winners Celtic 5–0[15] in the first leg of their Champions League 2nd qualifying round match. Just like in the previous round (against Kairat), Petržalka scored the decisive goal in the injury time again - Halenár scored 5th goal of the game and completed his hat-trick in the 92nd minute of the match.[16] The stunned Celtic side could not quite recover, only managing to win the return leg 4–0, and Artmedia held on to progress in the tournament. On 23 August 2005 they clinched a place in the group stages after overcoming Serbian club Partizan Belgrade 4–3 on penalties after a 0–0 aggregate scoreline thus becoming the second Slovak club after 1. FC Košice in 1997–98 to reach the coveted Champions League proper. Their success was even more remarkable considering Artmedia's entire annual budget is just over £1m.

Artmedia also made history by becoming one of the first two clubs ever to advance from the first qualifying round into the Champions League group stage. The other club to do so was 2004–05 winners Liverpool, who were given a special entry into the first qualifying round of the 2005–06 event, and joined Artmedia in the group stage.

Artmedia played their Champions League fixtures at the Tehelné pole ground of crosstown rivals Slovan Bratislava because their own ground does not meet UEFA standards for Champions League play.

On 28 September 2005, Artmedia made history once again by becoming the first Slovak side to collect a point in the Champions League group stage (in the eighth attempt by a Slovak side to do so). In another famous upset, they came back from a 2–0 first-half deficit to defeat 2004 Champions League winners Porto 3–2 at Porto's home ground.

Eventually, they finished third in the group, parachuting them into the UEFA Cup, but not before missing a late chance to score a goal in the return fixture against Porto that would have sent them to the round of 16 at Rangers' expense.

In December 2005 the goalkeeper Juraj Čobej underwent a complicated brain surgery attempting to remove a malign tumor. Fortunately, he has fully recovered and has already stood a firm ground in goal during the first rounds of the 2006–07 season.

Artmedia lost the home leg of their UEFA Cup round of 32 tie with Levski Sofia 1–0 and were knocked out of the tournament after an away defeat of 2–0.

After the successful season the coach Vladimír Weiss left to FC Saturn Ramenskoe.[17] Several players left the club, among others Ján Ďurica to FC Saturn Ramenskoe, Balázs Borbély to 1. FC Kaiserslautern and Blažej Vaščák to Treviso FBC.

2008 – 2014 decline of Petržalka[edit]

MFK Petržalka fans in Turin

The club reassigned Vladimír Weiss as head coach for the 2007–08 season. Some of the players came back, the club's captain Ján Kozák returned from a loan at WBA, Aleš Urbánek, Branislav Fodrek and Branislav Obžera returned, and the new faces in the club, among others, included Czech fullback Radek Dosoudil, Brazilian midfielder Cléber and Czech striker Zbyněk Pospěch.

The club went on to win the title in the Slovak league for the second time, beating rivals MŠK Žilina in the important matches and in the final table as well. Before the new season the club owner Ivan Kmotrík and the main sponsor left the club, which left later impact on the team. During the UEFA Champions League 2008-09 qualification round Artmedia won over Valletta F.C. and Tampere United, but lost to Juventus, with which the club suffered 0–4 loss in the first leg and later only drew 1–1. During the next stages several players left the club (4 of them to local rivals ŠK Slovan Bratislava).[3]

Prior to the 2009–10 season a huge number of players left the club, most of them were replaced by youngsters and players from the Inter Bratislava.[18]

After a decent first half of the season, where MFK Petržalka played in the region of sixth place, the team fell apart in the second half of the season, and eventually the club were relegated at the end of the season.

Season 2010-11 spent Petržalka in the 2nd division (1. liga) and team finished the season on the 3rd place. But next season was last for Petržalka in the 2nd division for a long time. After the last place in the table was relegated to the regional championships for 2012-13. In the 3rd division (3. liga) was Petržalka at the bottom half of the table. After 11th place in 2012-13 was 14th in the 2013-14 and due to the financial problems and debts was dissolved after the season finished and lost its place in the 3rd division.

2014 – 2018 new era of Petržalka began[edit]

During the summer of 2014 was in Petržalka found the successor of the traditional club - team FC Petržalka akadémia. This club applied for the 5th division (5. liga) and in its premiere season 2014-15 has won the competition. Due to the reorganisation of divisions in Slovak football did't get the promotion at that year. Season 2015-16 Petržalka started 5th division horrible - in 6 games they suffered 4 losses got only 6 points. But after noticeable serie without loss they won the 5. liga again and promoted to the 4th one. In 2016-17 Petržalka started the competiotion in the 4. liga similar way as it finished the previous one. Petržalka suffered the first and only loss of the season in its 27th match which means that Petržlaka was unbeatable for 46 consecutive competitive league matches from loss at FA Bratislava (2-3) until loss at Veľké Leváre (0-1) in the 27th round of 2016-17. After 25 wins in 30 matches Petržalka won the 4. liga and promoted to the 3rd division for 2017-18 season. Since the beginning of the 3rd division 2017-18 was Petržalka among the candidates for promotion to the 2nd division. After unbeaten autumnt part of the season was Petržalka on the 2nd place during winter break behind Rohožník with the same point level. Decisive match came in the beginning of the spring part of the season. Petržalka beat Rohožník at home 3-0 and got the advantage in the table. In addition, Petržalka has won 15 out of last 16 games in the 3rd division (they lost only at field of reserve team of city rivals Slovan U21 0-1 in the game, which had Slovan U21 in the line-up 5 players from the first team including former national players Róbert Vittek and Kornel Saláta[19]) and in the 29th round clinched promotion after win in Most 5-0 and return to 2nd division after 2209 days.[20]

2018 – back in the 2nd tier[edit]

On July 20 played Petržalka its 1st match in the 2nd division after 6 years and in the first game after promotion reached its 1st win. The 1st goal in the 2nd division was scored by Erik Prekop, who came to the club for 1-year loan from AS Trenčín just two days before the match. Petržalka beat FC LOKOMOTÍVA KOŠICE (2-1) in Družstevná pri Hornáde, the home stadium of Košice team. Its 1st home match in the 2nd tier (July 29, 2018 against MŠK Žilina B, reserve team of 1st division club MŠK Žilina) was in threat because of administrative problems with their home stadium. Originally it didn't meet all the criteria for the 2nd tier, but some days before the match was finally approved by the Slovenský futbalový zväz, the governing body of (II. liga).

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Czechoslovakia

Slovakia

Slovak League Top Goalscorer[edit]

Slovak League Top scorer since 1993–94

Year Winner G
2004–05 Slovakia Filip Šebo 22
2006–07 Slovakia Tomáš Oravec 16
1Shared award

League and cup rankings[edit]

Slovak League only (1993–present)

Season Division (Name) Pos./Teams Pl. W D L GS GA P Slovak Cup Europe Top league scorer(s) (Goals)
1993–94 2nd (1.Liga) 4/(16) 30 14 5 11 37 27 33 Slovakia Jakubec (12)
1994–95 2nd (1.Liga) 3/(12) 30 18 3 9 57 26 57 Quarter-finals Slovakia Milan Strelec (16)
1995–96 2nd (1.Liga) 1/(16) 30 19 6 5 54 29 63 1.R Slovakia Milan Strelec (16)
1996–97 1st (Mars Superliga) 13/(16) 30 9 8 13 29 49 35 Quarter-finals
1997–98 1st (Mars Superliga) 8/(16) 30 11 6 13 27 28 39 1.R
1998–99 1st (Mars Superliga) 9/(16) 30 11 6 13 37 42 39 1.R Slovakia Milan Strelec (6)
Slovakia Tomáš Medveď (6)
1999–00 1st (Mars Superliga) 9/(16) 30 11 6 13 43 48 39 Quarter-finals Slovakia Tomáš Medveď (14)
2000–01 1st (Mars Superliga) 4/(10) 36 15 9 12 59 55 54 Quarter-finals UI 2.R (Slovenia Publikum) Slovakia Henrich Benčík (8)
2001–02 1st (Mars Superliga) 7/(10) 36 11 14 11 51 45 47 1.R Slovakia Henrich Benčík (12)
2002–03 1st (1. liga) 2/(10) 36 20 7 9 49 32 67 1.R Slovakia Ladislav Suchánek (7)
2003–04 1st (Corgoň Liga) 8/(10) 36 10 14 12 43 44 44 Winner UC 1.R (France Bordeaux) Slovakia Marek Krejčí (15)
2004–05 1st (Corgoň Liga) 1/(10) 36 20 12 4 64 28 72 Runners-Up UC Q2 (Ukraine Dnipro) Slovakia Filip Šebo (22)
2005–06 1st (Corgoň Liga) 2/(10) 36 23 5 8 58 33 74 Semi-finals CL
UC
Group stage (H), 3rd
R32 (Bulgaria Levski)
Slovakia Branislav Fodrek (8)
Czech Republic Lukáš Hartig (8)
Slovakia Juraj Halenár (8)
2006–07 1st (Corgoň Liga) 2/(16) 28 17 5 6 56 38 56 Semi-finals UC 1.R (Spain Espanyol) Slovakia Tomáš Oravec (16)
2007–08 1st (Corgoň Liga) 1/(12) 33 27 3 3 77 30 84 Winners UC 1.R (Greece Panathinaikos) Slovakia Juraj Halenár (16)
2008–09 1st (Corgoň Liga) 6/(12) 33 12 11 10 50 38 47 6. R (F)
Runners-Up
CL
UC
Q3 (Italy Juventus)
1.R (Portugal S.C. Braga)
Slovakia Ján Kozák jr. (7)
Slovakia Tomáš Oravec (7)
Slovakia Kornel Saláta (7)
Slovakia Jakub Sylvestr (7)
2009–10 1st (Corgoň liga) 12/(12) 33 7 8 18 33 51 29 4. R (1/4F) DNS Slovakia Andrej Hodek (6)
2010–11 2nd (I. liga) 3/(12) 33 13 12 8 55 36 51 3. R (1/8F) DNS Slovakia Radoslav Augustín (14)
2011–12 2nd (II. liga) 12/(12) 33 4 7 22 22 54 19 2. R (1/16F) DNS Slovakia Roman Jurkovič (5)
2012–13 3rd (Keno 10 III. liga Západ) 11/(16) 30 10 6 14 30 43 36 2. R (1/16F) DNS Slovakia František Hečko (5)
Slovakia Marián Kolony (5)
2013–14 3rd (TIPOS III. liga Západ) 14[A]/(16) 30 9 5 16 40 52 26-6[B] 2. R (1/16F) DNS Slovakia Oliver Špilár (6)
2014–15 5th (V. liga – OFZ BA-mesto) 1/(10) 27 22 0 5 94 48 66 DNS DNS Slovakia Tomáš Medveď (20)+3 in contumated matches
2015–16 5th (V. liga – OFZ BA-mesto) 1/(14) 26 20 2 4 89 31 62 DNS DNS Slovakia Filip Šebo (9)
Slovakia Luka Mašulovič (9)+1 in contumated match
Slovakia Jakub Rojko (9)
2016–17 4th (TIPOS IV. liga BA) 1/(16) 30 25 4 1 112 13 79 2. R (1/64F) DNS Slovakia Jakub Hronec (21)
2017–18 3rd (TIPOS III. liga BA) 1/(16) 30 25 4 1 101 18 79 4. R (1/16F) DNS Slovakia František Lády (21)
2018–19 2nd (II. liga) 5/(16) 14 7 4 3 20 13 25 2. R (1/64F) DNS Slovakia Erik Prekop (6)

Updated after matches played on October 20, 2018.

Notes
  1. ^ Petržalka didn't fill form of application to III. liga Bratislava for next season because dissolution of debts.[21]
  2. ^ Petržalka got 6 points deduction after the season for unpayed debts to former player Maroš Schustrík.[22]

League and cup stats[edit]

Competition Country Appearances Winner Runner-up GP W3 W2 W(OT) W(SO) D L(SO) L(OT) L2 L3 GF GA GD Pts.
1st Division Slovakia 3 1 99 46 22 31 160 119 +41 160
2nd Division Slovakia 2 66 17 19 30 77 90 -13 70
3rd Division Slovakia 3 1 90 44 15 31 171 113 +58 141-6
4th Division Slovakia 1 1 30 25 4 1 112 13 +99 79
5th Division Slovakia 2 2 53 42 2 9 183 79 +104 128
Slovak Cup Slovakia 10 1 1 32 19 14–2 4 9 68 40 +28 61
Slovak Super Cup(1993-2016) Slovakia
Champions League(1992-present) 1 6 4 1 1 11 8 +3 13
European Champion Clubs' Cup(1955-1992)
Europa League(2009-present)
UEFA Cup(1971-2009) 2 8 1 2 5 7 16 -9 5
Cup Winners' Cup(1960-1999)
UEFA Intertoto Cup(1961-2008)
Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Key – GP: Matches played, W3: Won (awarded 3 pts.), W2: Won (awarded 2 pts.), W(OT): Won (in overtime), W(SO): Won (after shootout), D: Drawn, L(SO): Lost (after shootout), L(OT): Lost (in overtime), L2: Lost (2-points system), L3: Lost (3-points system), GF: Goals For, GA: Goals Against, GD: Goal Difference, Pts: Points.
Note: Only results from following seasons: from 2007–08 to 2017–18 & Slovak Cup 2018–19.

Domestic & European competition history[edit]

Domestic league[edit]

2000–2010[edit]

Season Competition Match Club 1st
match
(home/
away)
Home Away Aggregate Points Opponents'
final
season
ranking
Petržalka's
goal scorers
Result Attendance Result Attendance
2005–06 1st Division
Corgoň Liga
2nd place
M1, M10, M18, M28 Spartak Trnava H 0–2 2–1 3–1 0–1 5–5 6–6 3. Symbol keep vote.svg
M2, M11, M19, M29 Nitra A 1–1 2–0 0–1 2–0 5–2 7–4 5. Symbol keep vote.svg
M3, M12, M22, M30 Púchov H 3–0 1–0 2–1 3–1 9–2 12–0 10. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M13, M25, M31 Žilina A 1–1 1–2 2–1 1–0 5–4 7–4 4. Symbol keep vote.svg
M5, M14, M21, M32 Dubnica H 2–2 3–2 2–0 1–0 8–4 10–1 8. Symbol keep vote.svg
M6, M15, M23, M33 Ružomberok H 2–1 2–0 0–1 0–3 4–5 6–6 1. Symbol delete vote.svg
M7, M16, M24, M34 Dukla A 2–0 1–0 0–3 0–0 3–3 7–4 6. Symbol keep vote.svg
M8, M17, M26, M35 Trenčín H 3–0 3–1 1–1 1–3 8–5 7–4 7. Symbol keep vote.svg
M9, M20, M27, M36 Inter Bratislava A 7–1 1–0 2–1 2–1 12–3 12–0 9. Symbol keep vote.svg
FC Artmedia Bratislava Season's summary 2.
Season's average ,–, , ,–, , ,–, ,–,
2006–07 1st Division
Corgoň Liga
2nd place
M1, M11, M26, M33 Košice A / A 3–0 3–2 0–2 3–0 9–4 9–3 5. Symbol keep vote.svg
M2, M12, M27, M34 Slovan Bratislava H / H 4–1 2–0 2–2 1–3 9–6 7–4 3. Symbol keep vote.svg
M17, M13 Dubnica A 2–1 1–0 3–1 6–0 10. Symbol keep vote.svg
M3, M14, M24, M31 Ružomberok H / A 2–2 1–0 3–1 2–0 8–3 10–1 4. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M15, M29, M36 Dukla A / A 3–0 3–1 0–2 1–3 7–6 6–6 7. Symbol keep vote.svg
M5, M16, M25, M32 Žilina H / H 3–2 1–1 0–3 1–6 5–12 4–7 1. Symbol delete vote.svg
M6, M18 Spartak Trnava A 1–2 2–1 3–3 3–3 9. Symbol keep vote.svg
M7, M19 Inter Bratislava H 1–1 0–1 1–2 1–4 13. Symbol delete vote.svg
M8, M20 Trenčín A 4–1 0–4 4–5 3–3 12. Symbol delete vote.svg
M9, M21, M23, M30 Nitra A / H 1–0 1–0 3–0 1–1 6–1 10–1 6. Symbol keep vote.svg
M10, M22, M28, M35 Senec H / H 3–1 5–2 2–1 2–2 12–6 10–1 8. Symbol keep vote.svg
FC Artmedia Bratislava Season's summary 2.
Season's average ,–, , ,–, , ,–, ,–,
2007–08 1st Division
Corgoň Liga
1st place (national champion)
M1, M12, M23 FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce H 5–0 4–0 4510 2120 3–1 2576 12–1 9–0 11. Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia Juraj Halenár (16)
Slovakia Ján Kozák jr. (11)
Slovakia Branislav Fodrek (7)
Slovakia Marián Čišovský (7)
Slovakia Branislav Obžera (6)
Slovakia Tomáš Oravec (5)
Slovakia Juraj Piroska (5)
Slovakia Karim Abdul-Jabbar Guédé (5)
Czech Republic Zbyněk Pospěch (5)
Slovakia Martin Ďurica (3)
Slovakia Kornel Saláta (2)
Brazil Cléber Nascimento da Silva (2)
Slovakia Pavol Ďurica (1)
Czech Republic Aleš Urbánek (1)

Own goals for Petržalka:
Slovakia Martin Ondrejka (FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce) (1 OG)

M2, M13, M24 MŠK Žilina A 2–3 4810 0–1 1–0 7125 8435 3–4 3–6 2. Symbol delete vote.svg
M3, M14, M25 AS Trenčín H 3–2 1–0 4210 2200 4–1 1100 8–3 9–0 12. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M15, M26 ŠK Slovan Bratislava H 2–1 2–1 9000 7800 2–1 2227 6–3 9–0 5. Symbol keep vote.svg
M5, M16, M27 MFK Ružomberok A 3–0 1700 3–0 2–2 4635 4125 8–2 7–1 7. Symbol keep vote.svg
M6, M17, M28 MFK Košice H 0–0 1–0 3510 3200 1–0 2500 2–0 7–1 6. Symbol keep vote.svg
M7, M18, M29 FC Nitra A 1–0 2800 0–1 3–0 5689 5298 4–1 6–3 3. Symbol keep vote.svg
M8, M19, M30 Dukla Banská Bystrica H 6–3 2–1 2830 1500 2–2 1400 10–6 7–1 8. Symbol keep vote.svg
M9, M20, M31 FC Senec A 3–1 3200 3–2 5–4 862 1118 11–7 9–0 10.[A] Symbol keep vote.svg
M10, M21, M32 Spartak Trnava H 3–1 2–1 9000 3800 2–0 10850 7–2 9–0 4. Symbol keep vote.svg
M11, M22, M33 ZTS Dubnica A 1–0 2400 3–1 2–0 2100 940 6–1 9–0 9. Symbol keep vote.svg
FC Artmedia Petržalka Season's summary 41–14 68590 36–16 60980 77–30 84–12 1.
Season's average 2,41–0,82 4034,71 2,25–1,00 3811,25 2,33–0,91 2,55–0,36
Moved to Štadión Pasienky, some home matches played on NTC SFZ Senec.
2008–09 1st Division
Corgoň Liga
6th place
M1, M12, M22 Tatran Prešov H 1–0 3–0 1820 610 0–1 4040 4–1 6–3 7. Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia Ján Kozák jr. (7)
Slovakia Tomáš Oravec (7)
Slovakia Kornel Saláta (7)
Slovakia Jakub Sylvestr (7)
Slovakia Juraj Czinege (3)
Brazil Cléber Nascimento da Silva (2)
Slovakia Tomáš Majtán (2)
Slovakia Peter Struhár (2)
Slovakia Karim Abdul-Jabbar Guédé (2)
Slovakia Juraj Halenár (1)
Slovakia Branislav Fodrek (1)
Czech Republic Zbyněk Pospěch (1)
Slovakia Juraj Piroska (1)
Slovakia Patrik Mráz (1)
Slovakia Vojtech Horváth (1)
Slovakia Martin Mikulič (1)
Slovakia Roman Konečný (1)
Slovakia Pavol Ďurica (1)
Czech Republic Aleš Urbánek (1)
Slovakia Tomáš Kóňa (1)
M2, M13, M24 MŠK Žilina H 0–2 0–0 2480 1020 1–3 2320 1–5 1–7 2. Symbol delete vote.svg
M3, M14, M25 FC Nitra A 1–1SC 212 2–1 1–1 4160 2647 4–3 5–2 11. Symbol keep vote.svg
M11, M15, M26 Spartak Trnava H 1–1 0–0 1412 1475 2–4 3948 3–5 2–5 3. Symbol delete vote.svg
M4, M16, M27 Slovan Bratislava A 1–1 3480 1–4 0–2 8858 4752 2–7 1–7 1. Symbol delete vote.svg
M5, M17, M28 MFK Košice H 2–3 3–2 750 423 2–1 857 7–6 6–3 4. Symbol keep vote.svg
M6, M18, M29 MFK Ružomberok A 2–2SC 285 0–2 0–3 3815 2431 2–7 1–7 5. Symbol delete vote.svg
M7, M23, M30 Dukla Banská Bystrica H 1–1SC 1–1 318 326 1–0 1024 3–2 5–2 10. Symbol keep vote.svg
M8, M20, M31 MFK Dubnica A 3–0 420 1–2 0–0 1950 1240 4–2 4–4 8. Symbol keep vote.svg
M9, M19, M32 DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda H 0–0 3–0 1180 253 4–0 6009 7–0 7–1 9. Symbol keep vote.svg
M10, M21, M33 FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce A 5–0 440 5–0 3–0 1340 747 13–0 9–0 12. Symbol keep vote.svg
FC Artmedia Petržalka Season's summary 27–14 16904 23–24 50138 50–38 47–41 6.
Season's average 1,59–0,82 994,35 1,44–1,50 3133,63 1,52–1,15 1,42–1,24
Moved to NTC SFZ Senec & then moved back to Štadión Pasienky.
2009–10 1st Division
Corgoň Liga
12th place (relegated)
M1, M12, M23 1. FC Tatran Prešov H 0–1 2–3 688 218 0–2 2100 2–6 0–9 8. Symbol delete vote.svg Slovakia Andrej Hodek (6)
Slovakia Tomáš Majtán (4)
Slovakia Filip Kiss (4)
Slovakia Erik Čikoš (3)
Slovakia Marián Tomčák (2)
Slovakia Martin Mikulič (2)
Slovakia Peter Šedivý (2)
Slovakia Pavol Ďurica (2)
Slovakia Pavol Sedlák (1)
Slovakia Branislav Fodrek (1)
Slovakia Peter Fieber jr. (1)
Slovakia Jaroslav Machovec (1)
Czech Republic Lukáš Nachtman (1)
Brazil Filipe Francisco dos Santos "Cafú" (1)

Own goals:
Slovakia Lukáš Nachtman (1 OG)
Own goals for Petržalka:
Georgia (country) Giorgij Cimakuridze (MŠK Žilina) (1 OG)
Slovakia Peter Bašista (MFK Košice) (1 OG)

M2, M13, M24 MFK Dubnica nad Váhom A 7–0 350 0–0 0–2 1180 1320 7–2 4–4 9. Symbol keep vote.svg
M3, M14, M25 FK DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda H 1–0 1–1 1872 350 2–3 5112 4–4 4–4 10. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M15, M26 FK Dukla Banská Bystrica A 1–1 248 0–3 0–4 2434 1790 1–8 1–7 3. Symbol delete vote.svg
M5, M16, M27 FC Nitra H 0–0 3–2 880 220 3–1 959 6–3 7–1 4. Symbol keep vote.svg
M6, M17, M28 ŠK Slovan Bratislava A 0–2 1020 1–1 1–1 4454 2198 2–4 2–5 2. Symbol delete vote.svg
M7, M18, M29 MŠK Žilina H 1–0 0–4 1025 328 0–2 1998 1–6 3–6 1. Symbol delete vote.svg
M8, M19, M30 FC Spartak Trnava A 2–1 600 0–2 1–3 3924 2136 3–6 3–6 7. Symbol delete vote.svg
M9, M20, M31 MFK Košice H 3–0 0–0 550 268 0–1 450 3–1 4–4 11. Symbol keep vote.svg
M10, M21, M32 MFK Ružomberok A 2–2 180 0–2 0–1 2328 2245 2–5 1–7 5. Symbol delete vote.svg
M11, M22, M33 FK Senica H 1–2 1–2 586 450 0–2 1440 2–6 0–9 6. Symbol delete vote.svg
MFK Petržalka Season's summary 25–21 9833 8–30 36068 33–51 29–62 12.
Season's average 1,47–1,24 578,41 0,50–1,88 2254,25 1,00–1,55 0,88–1,88
Notes

SC Match played in Senec.

  1. ^ FC Senec was dissolved after the season (2007–2008) and merged with FK DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda which played in the top tier next season (2008–2009).[23]

2010–2020[edit]

Season Competition Match Club 1st
match
(home/
away)
Home Away Aggregate Points Opponents'
final
season
ranking
Petržalka's
goal scorers
Result Attendance Result Attendance
Moved to Štadión Rapid Bratislava
2010–11 2nd Division
I. liga
3rd place
M1, M12, M23 FK Bodva Moldava nad Bodvou H 1–1 1–0 820 610 1–1 2900 3–2 5–2 7. Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia Radoslav Augustín (14)
Slovakia Ákos Szarka (7)
Slovakia Patrik Johancsik (6)
Slovakia Martin Luhový (5)
Slovakia Martin Mikulič (5)
Slovakia Ivan Schranz (4)
Slovakia Maroš Schustrík (3)
Slovakia Dominik Štefún (2)
Czech Republic Martin Švec (1)
Slovakia Michal Kozák (1)
Slovakia František Hečko (1)
Slovakia Marek Moravčík (1)
Slovakia Lukáš Hutta (1)

Own goals:
Slovakia Martin Mikulič (1 OG)
Slovakia Martin Kubala (1 OG)
Own goals for Petržalka:
Czech Republic Petr Jeníček (LAFC Lučenec) (1 OG)

M2, M13, M24 AS Trenčín H 0–1 0–3 1040 823 1–2 832 1–6 0–9 1. Symbol delete vote.svg
M3, M14, M25 FK Púchov A 3–0 cont.[I] not played 1–1 0–1 475 325 4–2 4–4 12. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M15, M26 LAFC Lučenec H 2–1 4–0 964 830 2–2 930 8–3 7–1 9. Symbol keep vote.svg
M5, M16, M27 MFK Dolný Kubín A 5–0 1020 2–2 1–2 720 472 8–4 4–4 8. Symbol keep vote.svg
M6, M17, M28 MFK Zemplín Michalovce H 3–1 4–1 1040 350 2–0 2051 9–2 9–0 4. Symbol keep vote.svg
M7, M18, M29 MFK Ružomberok "B" A 2–2 640 1–1 0–2 232 218 3–5 2–5 10. Symbol delete vote.svg
M8, M19, M30 MŠK Rimavská Sobota H 2–0 2–2 1100 520 0–1 400 4–3 4–4 2. Symbol keep vote.svg
M9, M20, M31 MFK Tatran Liptovský Mikuláš A 1–1 800 1–0 2–2 1830 250 4–3 5–2 6. Symbol keep vote.svg
M10, M21, M32 Slovan Duslo Šaľa H 3–1 2–1 600 730 1–2 352 6–4 6–3 11. Symbol keep vote.svg
M11, M22, M33 ŠK SFM Senec A 3–0 650 2–2 0–0 873 347 5–2 5–2 5. Symbol keep vote.svg
FC Petržalka 1898 Season's summary 38–15 12537 17–21 13207 55–36 51–36 3.
Season's average 2,24–0,88 783,56 1,06–1,31 825,44 1,67–1,09 1,55–1,09
2011–12 2nd Division
II. liga
12th place (relegated)
M1, M12, M21 MFK Ružomberok "B" H 1–0 0–1 620 250 0–1 234 1–2 3–6 7.[A] Symbol delete vote.svg Slovakia Roman Jurkovič (5)
Slovakia Lukáš Hutta (4)
Slovakia Ivan Schranz (2)
Slovakia Maroš Schustrík (2)
Slovakia Tomáš Hanzel (2)
Slovakia Peter Drobňák (2)
Slovakia Martin Mikulič (1)
Slovakia Martin Luhový (1)
Slovakia Michal Kozák (1)
Czech Republic Martin Švec (1)
Slovakia František Hečko (1)

Own goals:
Czech Republic Martin Švec (1 OG)

M2, M13, M23 TJ Spartak Myjava A 0–5 810 0–1 1–6 1300 975 1–12 0–9 1. Symbol delete vote.svg
M3, M14, M24 MFK Dubnica H 2–2 0–3 860 250 0–0 520 2–5 2–5 8. Symbol delete vote.svg
M4, M15, M26 MŠK Rimavská Sobota A 3–1 350 1–3 1–3 581 355 5–7 3–6 5. Symbol delete vote.svg
M5, M16, M27 FO ŽP Šport Podbrezová H 0–0 0–0 720 280 1–2 575 1–2 2–5 2. Symbol delete vote.svg
M6, M17, M28 MFK Zemplín Michalovce H 2–0 0–1 910 420 0–1 790 2–2 3–6 6. Symbol delete vote.svg
M9, M18, M29 ŠK SFM Senec A 1–1 720 0–0 0–1 520 387 1–2 2–5 4. Symbol delete vote.svg
M7, M22, M30 MFK Tatran Liptovský Mikuláš H 1–2 2–3 760 130 1–2 400 4–7 0–9 10. Symbol delete vote.svg
M8, M19, M31 FK Bodva Moldava A 0–1 400 1–1 1–4 800 610 2–6 1–7 9.[B] Symbol delete vote.svg
M10, M25, M32 MFK Dolný Kubín H 2–0 1–2 610 220 0–1 400 3–3 3–6 3. Symbol delete vote.svg
M11, M20, M33 FK LAFC Lučenec A 0–1 350 0–3 0–2 510 250 0–6 0–9 11. Symbol delete vote.svg
FC Petržalka 1898 Season's summary 15–23 8660 7–31 9207 22–54 19–73 12.
Season's average 0,88–1,35 509,41 0,44–1,94 575,44 0,67–1,64 0,60–2,20
Moved to Štadión FC Petržalka
2012–13 3rd Division
Keno 10 III. liga Západ
11th place
M1, M16 FC Nitra juniori H 1–3 402 1–0 150 2–3 3–3 16. Symbol delete vote.svg Slovakia František Hečko (5)
Slovakia Marián Kolony (5)
Slovakia Ivan Horváth (4)
Slovakia Jakub Tomšík (4)
Slovakia Marek Plichta (3)
Slovakia Roman Jurkovič (2)
Slovakia Andrej Hanták (1)
Slovakia Martin Kubala (1)
Slovakia Tomáš Kamenca (1)
Slovakia Zoltán Kontár (1)
Slovakia Patrik Juhos (1)
Slovakia Michal Habai (1)
Slovakia Matej Klenovský (1)
M2, M23 ŠKF Sereď H 2–0 700 2–4 393 4–4 3–3 3. Symbol keep vote.svg
M3, M17 OTJ Moravany nad Váhom A 3–0 200 0–3 350 3–3 3–3 12. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M25 MFK Vrbové H 1–0 670 1–2 195 2–2 3–3 15. Symbol keep vote.svg
M5, M18 FKM Nové Zámky A 1–1 280 0–2 414 1–3 1–4 7. Symbol delete vote.svg
M6, M19 FK Spartak Vráble H 1–3 540 0–3 420 1–6 0–6 8. Symbol delete vote.svg
M7, M20 FK Slovan Levice A 0–2 450 0–2 670 0–4 0–6 4. Symbol delete vote.svg
M8, M21 ŠK Slovan Bratislava juniori H 3–0 650 1–1 300 4–1 4–1 2. Symbol keep vote.svg
M9, M22 AFC Nové Mesto nad Váhom A 1–0 250 0–2 200 1–2 3–3 10. Symbol delete vote.svg
M10, M24 LP Domino Bratislava H 1–1 580 1–0 300 2–1 4–1 14.[C] Symbol keep vote.svg
M11, M26 FC Spartak Trnava juniori A 2–1 280 1–4 200 3–5 3–3 1. Symbol delete vote.svg
M12, M27 PFK Piešťany H 0–3 420 0–1 200 0–4 0–6 5. Symbol delete vote.svg
M13, M28 MFK Topvar Topoľčany A 1–2 480 1–1 220 2–3 1–4 6. Symbol delete vote.svg
M14, M29 OFK Dunajská Lužná H 1–0 580 1–1 280 2–1 4–1 9. Symbol keep vote.svg
M15, M30 FKS Nemšová A 2–0 450 1–1 100 3–1 4–1 13. Symbol keep vote.svg
FC Petržalka 1898 Season's summary 20–16 6932 10–27 4392 30–43 36–48 11.
Season's average 1,33–1,07 462,13 0,67–1,80 292,80 1,00–1,43 1,20–1,60
2013–14 3rd Division
TIPOS III. liga Západ
14th place (dissolved due to financial problems)
M1, M16 FC Horses Šúrovce H 4–0 460 0–2 250 4–2 3–3 7. Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia Oliver Špilár (6)
Slovakia Marián Kolony (5)
Serbia Milan Vukovič (4)
Slovakia Miroslav Kaňuk (4)
Serbia Vladimir Gligić (3)
Slovakia Ján Nemček (2)
Slovakia Tomáš Uhlík (2)
Slovakia Jakub Tomšík (2)
Slovakia Zoltán Kontár (2)
Slovakia Michal Bőhmer (2)
Slovakia Timotej Vajdík (1)
Slovakia Dominik Tóth (1)
Slovakia Peter Mriglot (1)
Slovakia Erik Havrila (1)
Slovakia Matej Čobik Ferčik (1)
Slovakia Peter Čapla (1)
Slovakia David Lenghart (1)
Slovakia Bohuš Žifčák (1)

Own goals:
Slovakia Tomáš Uhlík (1 OG)

M2, M17 ŠKF Sereď H 2–1 630 1–3 367 3–4 3–3 1. Symbol delete vote.svg
M3, M18 FK Púchov A 0–2 300 3–0 420 3–2 3–3 13. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M19 MFK Vrbové H 0–1 430 1–1 200 1–2 1–4 11. Symbol delete vote.svg
M5, M20 FKM Nové Zámky A 1–2 320 3–0 330 4–2 3–3 10. Symbol keep vote.svg
M6, M21 FK Spartak Vráble H 2–1 530 0–2 350 2–3 3–3 9. Symbol delete vote.svg
M7, M22 FK Slovan Levice A 5–0 339 1–0 450 6–0 6–0 15. Symbol keep vote.svg
M8, M23 ŠK Slovan Bratislava futbal B H 0–4 700 3–3 200 3–7 1–4 4. Symbol delete vote.svg
M9, M24 AFC Nové Mesto nad Váhom A 0–1 280 1–1 250 1–2 1–4 3. Symbol delete vote.svg
M10, M25 MFK Skalica H 2–3 567 0–3 350 2–6 0–6 2. Symbol delete vote.svg
M11, M26 FK Rača Bratislava A 0–5 200 2–1 400 2–6 3–3 12. Symbol delete vote.svg
M12, M27 PFK Piešťany H 5–0 480 2–2 100 7–2 4–1 16. Symbol keep vote.svg
M13, M28 MFK Topvar Topoľčany A 1–2 220 0–2 351 1–4 0–6 5. Symbol delete vote.svg
M14, M29 OFK Dunajská Lužná H 0–0 520 0–6 300 0–6 1–4 6. Symbol delete vote.svg
M15, M30 FKS Nemšová A 1–3 160 0–1 150 1–4 0–6 8. Symbol delete vote.svg
FC Petržalka 1898 Season's summary 23–25 6136 17–27 4468 40–52 32-6[D]–53 14.[E]
Season's average 1,53–1,67 409,07 1,13–1,80 297,87 1,33–1,73 1,07–1,77
2014–15 5th Division
V. liga Oblastný futbalový zväz Bratislava-mesto
1st place (did not promote)[28]
M2, M10, M19 ŠK Štart Nepočujúci 1947 Bratislava B A 2–1 250 3–0 6–3 100 80 11–4 9–0 6.[F] Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia Tomáš Medveď (20)
Slovakia Milan Strelec (19)
Slovakia Martin Obšitník (6)
Slovakia Milan Kusalík (6)
Slovakia Ľubomír Orabinec (5)
Slovakia Tomáš Uhlík (4)
Slovakia Peter Čapla (3)
Slovakia Andrej Gendiar (3)
Slovakia Jovica Radić (2)
Slovakia Vladimír Volečko (2)
Slovakia George Allakaj (2)
Slovakia Pavel Majdák (2)
Slovakia Pavol Sedlák (2)
Slovakia František Nespešný (2)
Slovakia Andrej Kalina (2)
Slovakia Adrián Šimo (1)
Slovakia Róbert Vizváry (1)
Slovakia Vladimír Kinder (1)
Slovakia Vladimír Ďurec (1)
Slovakia Peter Lavrinčík (1)
Slovakia Peter Martiny (1)

Goals in contumated matches:
Slovakia Tomáš Medveď (3)
Slovakia Milan Strelec (2)
Slovakia Vladimír Kinder (1)
Own goals:
Slovakia Peter Lavrinčík (1 OG)
Own goals for Petržalka:
Slovakia Roman Lapoš (ŠK Krasňany Bratislava) (1 OG)
Slovakia Peter Grach (SDM Domino B) (1 OG)

M1, M11, M20 FC Volkswagen Bratislava A 3–0 3–0 cont.[II] 200
200 (not finished)
1–3 100 7–3 6–3 8. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M12, M22 FK The Dragons (pitch Bratislava) A 6–4 100 5–2 4–0 20 150 15–6 9–0 10. Symbol keep vote.svg
M3, M13, M21 TJ Jarovce Bratislava A 2–1 350 2–0 4–8 220 200 8–9 6–3 3. Symbol keep vote.svg
M6, M14, M23 ŠK Krasňany Bratislava H 8–1 6–1 70 120 3–0 cont.[III] 50 17–2 9–0 9. Symbol keep vote.svg
M5, M15, M24 TJ Slávia Ekonóm Bratislava A 4–0 150 2–3 6–3 80 150 12–6 6–3 7. Symbol keep vote.svg
M7, M16, M25 FA Bratislava H 2–0 2–1 350 1000 1–4 80 5–5 6–3 2. Symbol keep vote.svg
M8, M17, M26 FKM Karlova Ves Bratislava A 3–1 330 3–1 0–8 120 100 6–10 6–3 4. Symbol keep vote.svg
M9, M18, M27 SDM Domino B (pitch Bratislava) H 6–1 4–1 220 100 3–1 30 13–3 9–0 5. Symbol keep vote.svg
FC Petržalka akadémia Season's summary 51–12 3240 43–36 1480 94–48 66–15 1.
Season's average 3,92–0,92 249,23 3,07–2,57 105,71 3,48–1,78 2,44–0,56
2015–16 5th Division
V. liga Oblastný futbalový zväz Bratislava-mesto
1st place (promotion)
M1, M14 TJ Jarovce Bratislava H 2–3 400 3–0 cont.[IV] 251 5–3 3–3 5. Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia Filip Šebo (9)
Slovakia Luka Mašulovič (9)
Slovakia Jakub Rojko (9)
Slovakia Marián Vacula (8)
Slovakia Sven Rybecký (8)
Slovakia František Hečko (6)
Slovakia Tomáš Uhlík (6)
Slovakia Andrej Gendiar (5)
Slovakia Róbert Valent (5)
Slovakia Peter Lavrinčík (3)
Slovakia Alan Zemeš (3)
Slovakia Ladislav Benci (2)
Slovakia Denis Indrichovič (2)
Slovakia Vladimír Sochanič (2)
Slovakia Richard Schwartz (1)
Slovakia Denis Matovič (1)
Slovakia Andrej Kalina (1)
Slovakia Roman Beitl (1)
Slovakia Peter Čapla (1)
Slovakia Peter Lavrinčík jr. (1)
Slovakia Dušan Vulin (1)

Goals in contumated matches:
Slovakia Luka Mašulovič (1)
Own goals for Petržalka:
Slovakia Marek Weber (FK ŠK Danubia Hrubý Šúr) (1 OG)
Slovakia Roman Kanis (ŠKO Miloslavov) (1 OG)

M2, M15 ŠK Igram A 2–1 150 0–4 200 2–5 3–3 6. Symbol delete vote.svg
M3, M16 OŠK Chorvátsky Grob H 5–1 528 2–1 100 7–2 6–0 10. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M17 NMŠK 1922 Bratislava A 1–0 1000 0–2 300 1–2 3–3 3. Symbol delete vote.svg
M5, M18 ŠK Čataj - futbalový klub H 7–0 360 1–1 150 8–1 4–1 14. Symbol keep vote.svg
M6, M19 FA Bratislava A 2–1 819 2–3 200 4–4 3–3 2. Symbol keep vote.svg
M7, M20 FKM Karlova Ves Bratislava H 4–3 300 2–1 150 6–4 6–0 8. Symbol keep vote.svg
M8, M21 ŠK Nová Dedinka H 2–1 300 2–0 250 4–1 6–0 9. Symbol keep vote.svg
M9, M22 FK ŠK Danubia Hrubý Šúr A 2–2 510 4–1 50 6–3 4–1 4. Symbol keep vote.svg
M10, M23 FK Dúbravka H 4–1 100 14–1 100 18–2 6–0 12. Symbol keep vote.svg
M11, M24 ŠKO Miloslavov A 8–0 460 4–2 100 12–2 6–0 11. Symbol keep vote.svg
M12, M25 SDM Domino B (pitch Bratislava) H 5–0 200 3–0 100 8–0 6–0 13. Symbol keep vote.svg
M13, M26 TJ Malinovo A 5–2 720 3–0 200 8–2 6–0 7. Symbol keep vote.svg
FC Petržalka akadémia Season's summary 49–15 5847 40–16 2151 89–31 62–14 1.
Season's average 3,77–1,15 449,77 3,08–1,23 165,46 3,42–1,19 2,38–0,54
2016–17 4th Division
Tipos IV. liga Bratislava
1st place (promotion)
M1, M16 ŠK Závod H 8–1 756 1–1 350 9–2 4–1 9. Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia Jakub Hronec (21)
Slovakia František Hečko (11)
Slovakia Roman Kusý (10)
Slovakia Boris Turčák (10)
Slovakia Dávid Boďo (9)
Slovakia Peter Čapla (8)
Slovakia Tomáš Uhlík (8)
Slovakia Peter Petráš (7)
Slovakia Michal Maco (6)
Slovakia Juraj Halenár (5)
Slovakia Marek Bončo (2)
Slovakia Juraj Piroska (2)
Slovakia Adam Semančík (2)
Slovakia Robert Matejka (1)
Slovakia Alan Zemeš (1)
Slovakia Dávid Marko (1)
Slovakia Tomáš Pochyba (1)

Own goals for Petržalka:
Slovakia Peter Šilhár (OŠK Slovenský Grob) (1 OG)

M2, M17 OŠK Slovenský Grob A 7–0 531 7–1 250 14–1 6–0 13. Symbol keep vote.svg
M3, M18 FK Jablonové H 3–0 cont.[V] 300
not played
2–1 200 5–1 6–0 16. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M19 FK Borinka H 4–1 826 1–0 200 5–1 6–0 8. Symbol keep vote.svg
M5, M20 FK Lamač Bratislava A 7–0 725 1–1 450 8–1 4–1 3. Symbol keep vote.svg
M6, M21 MFK Rusovce H 3–0 782 1–1 550 4–1 4–1 4. Symbol keep vote.svg
M7, M22 ŠK Šenkvice A 5–0 675 5–0 370 10–0 6–0 15. Symbol keep vote.svg
M8, M23 SDM Domino (pitch Bratislava) H 4–0 712 2–0 400 6–0 6–0 6. Symbol keep vote.svg
M9, M24 TJ Slovan Viničné A 3–0 cont.[VI] not played 11–1 150 14–1 6–0 11. Symbol keep vote.svg
M10, M25 FK Karpaty Limbach H 3–0 651 2–1 250 5–1 6–0 5. Symbol keep vote.svg
M11, M26 SFC Kalinkovo A 4–0 1143 1–1 300 5–1 4–1 2. Symbol keep vote.svg
M12, M27 TJ Veľké Leváre H 6–0 923 0–1 150 6–1 3–3 12. Symbol keep vote.svg
M13, M28 TJ Záhoran Jakubov A 5–0 575 2–0 200 7–0 6–0 7. Symbol keep vote.svg
M14, M29 ŠK Vrakuňa Bratislava H 7–1 622 4–1 300 11–2 6–0 14. Symbol keep vote.svg
M15, M30 TJ Čunovo A 2–0 915 1–0 250 3–0 6–0 10. Symbol keep vote.svg
FC Petržalka akadémia Season's summary 71–3 9836 41–10 4370 112–13 79–7 1.
Season's average 4,73–0,20 756,62 2,73–0,67 291,33 3,73–0,43 2,63–0,23
2017–18 3rd Division
Tipos III. liga Bratislava
1st place (promotion)
M1, M19 ŠK Bernolákovo H 5–1 948 2–0 400 7–1 6–0 10. Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia František Lády (21)
Slovakia Boris Turčák (19)
Slovakia Dávid Kondrlík (11)
Slovakia Juraj Piroska (9)
Spain Tino Aldán Miguez Cillero (6)
Slovakia Tomáš Pochyba (4)
Slovakia Lukáš Hutta (4)
Slovakia Lukáš Gašparovič (4)
Slovakia Maroš Pilát (3)
Slovakia František Hečko (3)
Slovakia Michal Maco (3)
Slovakia Peter Sopúch (2)
Slovakia Tomáš Uhlík (1)
Slovakia Dominik Košťál (1)
Slovakia Valentín Majerčák (1)
Slovakia Ivan Minčič (1)
Slovakia Matúš Hitka (1)
Slovakia Pablo Valls Polonyi (1)
Slovakia Patrik Kavoň (1)
Slovakia Ladislav Horvát (1)
Slovakia Jakub Hrnčár (1)

Own goals for Petržalka:
Slovakia Richard Zaduban (ŠK Báhoň) (1 OG)
Slovakia Radoslav Kováč (FK Vajnory) (1 OG)
Slovakia Tomáš Rišo (Lokomotíva Devínska Nová Ves) (1 OG)

M2, M16 FC Rohožník A 3–0 916 1–1 890 4–1 4–1 2. Symbol keep vote.svg
M3, M17 ŠK Báhoň H 7–0 775 2–1 300 9–1 6–0 8. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M18 OFK Dunajská Lužná A 4–0 1020 1–0 780 5–0 6–0 3. Symbol keep vote.svg
M5, M20 ŠK Lozorno, FO H 7–1 617 4–1 450 11–2 6–0 15. Symbol keep vote.svg
M6, M21 FK Rača Bratislava A 4–3 1125 1–0 600 5–3 6–0 6. Symbol keep vote.svg
M10, M22 ŠK Tomášov H 4–1 733 3–1 450 7–2 6–0 7. Symbol keep vote.svg
M7, M23 FK Slovan Ivanka pri Dunaji A 3–1 1138 2–0 130 5–1 6–0 9. Symbol keep vote.svg
M8, M24 ŠK Slovan Bratislava futbal B H 1–1 1858 0–1 700 1–2 1–4 4. Symbol delete vote.svg
M9, M25 ŠK Svätý Jur A 10–0 532 7–0 200 17–0 6–0 16. Symbol keep vote.svg
M11, M26 TJ Rovinka H 1–1 745 2–0 300 3–1 4–1 11. Symbol keep vote.svg
M12, M27 FK Vajnory A 6–0 1045 3–0 250 9–0 6–0 14. Symbol keep vote.svg
M13, M28 PŠC Pezinok H 2–1 623 3–1 500 5–2 6–0 13. Symbol keep vote.svg
M14, M29 FK Slovan Most pri Bratislave H 1–1 567 5–0 500 6–1 4–1 5. Symbol keep vote.svg
M15, M30 Lokomotíva Devínska Nová Ves A 5–1 1215 2–0 500 7–1 6–0 12. Symbol keep vote.svg
FC Petržalka Season's summary 63–12 13857 38–6 6950 101–18 79–7 1.
Season's average 4,20–0,80 923,80 2,53–0,40 463,33 3,37–0,60 2,63–0,23
2018–19 2nd Division
II. liga
TBD
M1, M FC LOKOMOTÍVA KOŠICE (pitch Družstevná pri Hornáde) A 2–1 700 2–1 3–0 . Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia Erik Prekop (6)
Slovakia Martin Vician (4)
Slovakia Boris Turčák (2)
Slovakia Lukáš Gašparovič (2)
Slovakia Peter Petráš (2)
Slovakia Peter Sopúch (1)
Slovakia Alex Iván (1)
Slovakia Samuel Kozlovský (1)

Own goals for Petržalka:
Slovakia Jozef Bujňák (ŠK Odeva Lipany) (1 OG)

M2, M MŠK Žilina B H 2–1 1335 2–1 3–0 . Symbol keep vote.svg
M3, M KFC Komárno A 0–2 855 0–2 0–3 . Symbol delete vote.svg
M4, M FC ŠTK 1914 Šamorín H 3–0 1005 3–0 3–0 . Symbol keep vote.svg
M5, M FK Inter Bratislava (pitch Stupava) A 1–2 900 1–2 0–3 . Symbol delete vote.svg
M6, M FK POHRONIE Žiar nad Hronom Dolná Ždaňa (pitch Žiar nad Hronom) H 1–1 1005 1–1 1–1 . Symbol keep vote.svg
M7, M SLAVOJ TREBIŠOV A 1–1 675 1–1 1–1 . Symbol keep vote.svg
M8, M MFK Tatran Liptovský Mikuláš H 2–0 1005 2–0 3–0 . Symbol keep vote.svg
M9, M Partizán Bardejov A 1–1 1122 1–1 1–1 . Symbol keep vote.svg
M10, M ŠK Odeva Lipany A 2–0 450 2–0 3–0 . Symbol keep vote.svg
M11, M FK Dubnica nad Váhom H 2–1 1005 2–1 3–0 . Symbol keep vote.svg
M12, M MFK Dukla Banská Bystrica A 2–0 948 2–0 3–0 . Symbol keep vote.svg
M13, M 1. FC TATRAN Prešov (pitch Stropkov) H 1–1 1005 1–1 1–1 . Symbol keep vote.svg
M14, M MFK Skalica A 0–2 916 0–2 0–3 . Symbol delete vote.svg
M15, M FK Poprad H . Symbol keep vote.svg
FC Petržalka Season's summary 11–4 6360 9–9 6566 20–13 25–13 5.
Season's average
Notes
  1. ^ Ružomberok B didn't fill form of application to II. liga Západ for next season (2012–2013).[25]
  2. ^ Moldava didn't fill form of application to II. liga for next season (2012–2013).[26]
  3. ^ LP Domino Bratislava didn't fill form of application to III. liga Západ for next season (2013–2014), only to the regional championships in the lower tier.[27]
  4. ^ Petržalka got 6 points deduction after the season for unpayed debts to former player Maroš Schustrík.[22]
  5. ^ Petržalka didn't fill form of application to III. liga Bratislava for next season because dissolution of debts.[21]
  6. ^ Club ŠK Štart Nepočujúci 1947 Bratislava merged in May 2014 with FK BCT & ZŠ Kalinčiakova to create Novomestský športový klub 1922 (NMŠK 1922 Bratislava), so the "B" team was dissolved after the season (2014–2015).[29]
  1. ^ Score was contumated to 3-0 for Petržalka because team Púchov didn't arrive for the match due to the financial problem.[24]
  2. ^ Score was 3–1 after 45 minutes. Team Volkswagen had only eight players in the starting line-up and after the break they have eligible only six players, so the match was whistled off and finished before start of the 2nd half. The result was later contumated to 3-0 for Petržalka.[30]
  3. ^ Score was 3–1 for Petržalka after 90 minutes and final whistle. The result was later contumated to 3-0 for Petržalka.[31][32][33]
  4. ^ Score was 1–1 after 90 minutes and final whistle. The result was later contumated to 3-0 for Petržalka because ineligible player played for Jarovce during the match.[34]
  5. ^ Score was contumated to 3-0 for Petržalka because team Jablonové didn't arrive for the match.[35]
  6. ^ Score was contumated to 3-0 for Petržalka because team Viničné announced they didn't arrive for the match due to lack of players and the match was cancelled.[36]

Domestic cup (Slovenský pohár)[edit]

2000–2010[edit]

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2007–08 Slovnaft Cup R1 w.o. Defending champion, league champion and league runner-up started in the 3rd round.
Teams from the top division started in the 2nd round.
Teams from 2nd and lower divisions started in the 1st round (17 ties).
Slovakia Juraj Piroska (2)
Slovakia Branislav Fodrek (2)
Slovakia Patrik Mráz (1)
Slovakia Juraj Halenár (1)
Slovakia Marián Čišovský (1)
Slovakia Ján Kozák jr. (1)
Czech Republic Zbyněk Pospěch (1)

Shootout penalties:
Slovakia Ján Kozák jr. (1/1)
Slovakia Martin Ďurica (1/1)
Slovakia Marián Čišovský (1/1)
Czech Republic Aleš Urbánek (1/1)
Slovakia Branislav Fodrek (0/1)

R2 w.o.
R3 (1/8 F) FK DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda 3rd (II. liga Západ) 0–0 (4–2 pen.) 1330 0–0 (4–2 pen.) (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R4 (1/4 F) Inter Bratislava 2nd (I. liga) 2–12nd leg 200 4–01st leg 394 6–1 (two-games tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R5 (1/2 F) MŠK Žilina 1st (Corgoň liga) 1–02nd leg 2000[A] 1–01st leg 2702 2–0 (two-games tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R6 (F) FC Spartak Trnava[B] 1st (Corgoň liga) 1–0ZA 5000 1–0 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
2008–09 Slovnaft Cup R1 w.o. Defending champion started in the 3rd round.
Teams from the top division started in the 2nd round.
Teams from 2nd and lower divisions started in the 1st round (18 ties & 1 w.o.).
Slovakia Juraj Piroska (2)
Slovakia Pavol Ďurica (1)
Slovakia Tomáš Majtán (1)
Slovakia Juraj Czinege (1)
Brazil Esis Steines Jorge Caihame (1)
Slovakia Jakub Sylvestr (1)
Slovakia Vojtech Horváth (1)
R2 w.o.
R3 (1/8 F) LAFC Lučenec 2nd (I. liga) 2–0PAS 100 2–0 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R4 (1/4 F) DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda 1st (Corgoň liga) 0–01st legPAS 350 1–12nd leg 3100 1–1 (two-games tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R5 (1/2 F) MFK Ružomberok 1st (Corgoň liga) 1–12nd legPAS 400 3–11st leg 2345 4–2 (two-games tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R6 (F) MFK Košice[C] 1st (Corgoň liga) 1–3SC 1528 1–3 (one-game tie) Symbol delete vote.svg
2009–10 Slovnaft Cup R1 w.o. Teams from the top division started in the 2nd round.
Teams from 2nd and lower divisions started in the 1st round (18 ties & 2 w.o.).
Slovakia Andrej Hodek (4)
Slovakia Andrej Burza (3)
Slovakia Tomáš Majtán (2)
Slovakia Karim Abdul-Jabbar Guédé (1)
Slovakia Martin Maroši (1)
Slovakia Marián Tomčák (1)
Slovakia Pavol Ďurica (1)
R2 (1/16 F) AFC Nové Mesto nad Váhom 3rd (II. liga Západ) 6–1 400 6–1 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R3 (1/8 F) AS Trenčín 2nd (I. liga) 4–0[D] 112 4–0 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R4 (QF) Spartak Trnava 1st (Corgoň liga) 3–21st leg[E] 447 0–32nd leg 2742 3–5 (two-games tie) Symbol delete vote.svg
Notes

PAS Match played in Bratislava, Pasienky.
SC Match played in Senec.
ZA Match played in Žilina.

  1. ^ The game was free of charge entrance for fans.[37]
  2. ^ Petržalka was home team in a match by draw lots.
  3. ^ Košice was home team in a match by draw lots.[38]
  4. ^ Match played in NTC SFZ Senec due to the reconstruction of Pasienky.
  5. ^ Match played in Štadión ŠKP Inter Dúbravka due to the reconstruction of Pasienky.[39]

2010–2020[edit]

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2010–11 Slovnaft Cup R1 Spartak Vráble 3rd (II. liga Západ) 1–0 650 1–0 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia Radoslav Augustín (1)
Czech Republic Martin Švec (1)
Slovakia Martin Luhový (1)
Slovakia Patrik Johancsik (1)
R2 (1/16 F) DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda 1st (Corgoň liga) 2–1 720 2–1 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R3 (1/8 F) FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce 1st (Corgoň liga) 1–2 724 1–2 (one-game tie) Symbol delete vote.svg
2011–12 Slovnaft Cup R1 FK Sereď 3rd (III. liga Západ) 5–0 360 5–0 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia Ivan Schranz (3)
Slovakia Peter Drobňák (1)
Slovakia Martin Luhový (1)
R2 (1/16 F) AS Trenčín 1st (Corgoň liga) 0–3 360 0–3 (one-game tie) Symbol delete vote.svg
2012–13 Slovnaft Cup R1 FC ŠTK 1914 Šamorín 2nd (II. liga) 3–1 600 3–1 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia František Hečko (1)
Slovakia Andrej Gabura (1)
Slovakia Jakub Tomšík (1)
R2 (1/16 F) FC Nitra 1st (Corgoň liga) 0–3 355 0–3 (one-game tie) Symbol delete vote.svg
2013–14 Slovnaft Cup R1 FK Rača Bratislava 3rd (TIPOS III. liga Západ) 3–0 310 3–0 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia Filip Baláži (1)
Slovakia Jakub Čunta (1)
Slovakia Matej Havrila (1)
Serbia Milan Vukovič (1)
Slovakia Marián Kolony (1)
R2 (1/16 F) FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce 1st (Corgoň liga) 2–4 390 2–4 (one-game tie) Symbol delete vote.svg
2014–15 Slovnaft Cup Did not participate
2015–16 Slovnaft Cup
2016–17 Slovnaft Cup R1 FK Rača Bratislava 3rd (TIPOS III. liga Bratislava) 3–1 859 3–1 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia Peter Petráš (2)
Slovakia Sven Rybecký (1)
Slovakia Roman Kusý (1)
R2 (1/64 F) MFK Skalica 2nd (II. liga Západ) 1–5 1135 1–5 (one-game tie) Symbol delete vote.svg
2017–18 Slovnaft Cup R1 FK Lamač Bratislava 4th (IV. liga Bratislava) 8–0 480 8–0 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia František Lády (4)
Slovakia Boris Turčák (4)
Slovakia Dávid Kondrlík (3)
Slovakia Juraj Piroska (2)
Slovakia Patrik Kavoň (1)
Slovakia Dominik Košťál (1)
Slovakia Tomáš Pochyba (1)
R2 (1/64 F) ŠK Tomášov 3rd (TIPOS III. liga Bratislava) 6–0 200 6–0 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R3 (1/32 F) OFK Dunajská Lužná 3rd (TIPOS III. liga Bratislava) 2–1 250 2–1 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R4 (1/16 F) FK Poprad 2nd (II. liga) 0–3 830 0–3 (one-game tie) Symbol delete vote.svg
2018–19 Slovnaft Cup QR w.o. Teams from the top 2 divisions started in the 2nd round.
Teams from the 3rd and lower divisions started in the 1st round (101 ties) and in the Qualifying round (7 ties).
Slovakia František Lády (1)

Own goals:
Slovakia Jakub Nemec (1 OG)

R1 w.o.
R2 (1/64 F) OFK Malženice 3rd (TIPOS III. liga Západ) 1–3 650 1–3 (one-game tie) Symbol delete vote.svg

Domestic cup (Slovenský Superpohár)[edit]

Year Venue 1st Division Winner Score Slovenský pohár Winner
2004 NTC Stadion, Senec MŠK Žilina 2 – 1 Artmedia Petržalka
2005 NTC Stadion, Senec Artmedia Petržalka 3 – 1 Dukla Banská Bystrica
2008 Artmedia Petržalka not held Artmedia Petržalka

European competition history[edit]

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2001 UEFA Intertoto Cup R1 Lithuania FK Ekranas 1–1 1–1 2–2 (4–3 p) Symbol keep vote.svg
R2 Slovenia NK Celje 1–1 0–5 1–6 Symbol delete vote.svg
2003–04 UEFA Cup QR Luxembourg F91 Dudelange 1–0 1–0 2–0 Symbol keep vote.svg
R1 France Girondins de Bordeaux 1–1 1–2 2–3 Symbol delete vote.svg
2004–05 UEFA Cup QR2 Ukraine Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 0–3 1–1 1–4 Symbol delete vote.svg
2005–06 UEFA Champions League QR1 Kazakhstan Kairat Almaty 4–1 (aet) 0–2 4–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
QR2 Scotland Celtic F.C. 5–0 0–4 5–4 Symbol keep vote.svg
QR3 Serbia and Montenegro FK Partizan 0–0 0–0 0–0 (4–3 p) Symbol keep vote.svg
Group H Italy Inter Milan 0–1 0–4 3rd place Symbol delete vote.svg
Portugal F.C. Porto 0–0 3–2
Scotland Rangers F.C. 2–2 0–0
2005–06 UEFA Cup R32 Bulgaria Levski Sofia 0–1 0–2 0–3 Symbol delete vote.svg
2006–07 UEFA Cup QR1 Georgia (country) WIT Georgia 1–2 2–0 3–2 Symbol keep vote.svg
QR2 Belarus Dinamo Minsk 2–1 3–2 5–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
R1 Spain RCD Espanyol 2–2 1–3 3–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
2007–08 UEFA Cup QR1 Moldova Fotbal Club Zimbru Chișinău 1–11st legSC 2151 2–22nd leg 8000 3–3 (a) Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia Branislav Obžera (2)
Slovakia Martin Ďurica (1)
Slovakia Karim Abdul-Jabbar Guédé (1)
Slovakia Balázs Borbély (1)
Slovakia Branislav Fodrek (1)
Czech Republic Aleš Urbánek (1)
QR2 Armenia Fotbal Club Mika 2–02nd legSC 1400 1–21st leg 9000 3–2 Symbol keep vote.svg
R1 Greece Panathinaikos Fotbal Club 1–21st legTP 3951 0–32nd leg 6197 1–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
2008–09 UEFA Champions League QR1 Malta Valletta Football Club 1–02nd legSC 828 2–01st leg 3000 3–0 Symbol keep vote.svg Slovakia Marián Čišovský (2)
Czech Republic Zbyněk Pospěch (2)
Slovakia Juraj Piroska (2)
Slovakia Pavol Farkaš (1)
Slovakia Branislav Obžera (1)
Slovakia Ján Kozák jr. (1)
Slovakia Juraj Halenár (1)
Slovakia Branislav Fodrek (1)
QR2 Finland Tampere United 4–22nd legSC 1981 3–11st leg 9228 7–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
QR3 Italy Juventus Football Club 1–12nd legTP 13451 0–41st leg 27000 1–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
2008–09 UEFA Cup R1 Portugal Sporting Clube de Braga 0–22nd legTP 1120 0–41st leg 12000 0–6 Symbol delete vote.svg No goal scored by players from Petržalka.
Notes

SC Match played in Senec.
TP Match played in Bratislava, Tehelné pole.

Coaches[edit]

Season League name Tier Club name Head Coach Assistant 1 Assistant 2 Captain(s)
2009–10 Corgoň Liga 1st MFK Petržalka Slovakia Michal Hipp[a] (match 1-7)
Slovakia Emil Stranianek sr.[b] (match 8)
Slovakia Peter Fieber sr.[c] (match 9-33)
n/a n/a n/a
2010–11 II. liga 2nd FC Petržalka 1898 Slovakia Vladimír Goffa[d] (match 13,20,23,25)[e] n/a n/a n/a
2011–12 II. liga 2nd FC Petržalka 1898 Slovakia Norbert Hrnčár[f] (match 2,4,8,10,11,15)
Slovakia Emil Stranianek (match 24)[g]
n/a n/a Czech Republic Martin Švec (3)[h]
2012–13 Keno 10 III. liga Západ 3rd FC Petržalka 1898 Slovakia Ľubomír Luhový[i] (match 4-11)
Slovakia Alexander Zachariáš[j]
Slovakia Emil Stranianek (match 12-14)[k]
n/a n/a n/a
2013–14 TIPOS III. liga Západ 3rd FC Petržalka 1898 Slovakia Tomáš Medveď[l] Slovakia Emil Stranianek Slovakia Peter Jančovič Slovakia Matej Klenovský (13)
Serbia Vladimir Gligić (1)
Slovakia Dominik Tóth (1)
Slovakia Matej Havrila (2)
Slovakia Matej Čobik Ferčik (3)
Slovakia Juraj Kuráň (1)
Slovakia Tomáš Uhlík (5)
Slovakia Zoltán Kontár (3)
Slovakia Bohuš Žifčák (1)
2014–15 V. liga – OFZ BA-mesto 5th FC Petržalka akadémia Slovakia Tomáš Medveď Slovakia Emil Stranianek Slovakia Peter Lavrinčík (25)
Slovakia Vladimír Kinder (1)
Slovakia Tomáš Medveď (1)
2015–16 V. liga – OFZ BA-mesto 5th FC Petržalka akadémia Slovakia Rastislav Kunst[m] Slovakia Peter Martiny (since match 22) Slovakia Peter Martiny (match 9-21)
Slovakia Štefan Pánik (since match 22)
Slovakia Peter Lavrinčík (17)
Slovakia Tomáš Uhlík (1)
Slovakia Dominik Tóth (2)
Slovakia Michal Droppa (6)
2016–17 TIPOS IV. liga BA 4th FC Petržalka akadémia Slovakia Peter Boďo[n] Slovakia Dominik Tóth Slovakia Peter Martini (except match 13, 22, 23)
Slovakia František Hečko (match 13)
Slovakia Miroslav Holčík (match 22)
Slovakia Andrej Kalina (match 23)
Slovakia Peter Petráš (15)
Slovakia Marián Had (11)
Slovakia Jakub Hronec (2)
2 matches were not played
2017–18 TIPOS III. liga BA 3rd FC Petržalka Slovakia Balázs Borbély[o] Slovakia Dominik Tóth (since match 3) Slovakia Boris Turčák (23)
Slovakia Tomáš Uhlík (1)
Slovakia Juraj Piroska (5)
Slovakia Peter Sopúch (1)
2018–19 II. liga 2nd FC Petržalka Slovakia Balázs Borbély Slovakia Miroslav Holčík (match 1-11)
Slovakia Miroslav Mentel (since match 12)
Slovakia Juraj Piroska (11)
Slovakia Boris Turčák (3)
Notes
  1. ^ Michal Hipp was Petržalkas' coach in summer 2009.[40]
  2. ^ Emil Stranianek sr. became Petržalkas' coach during August 2009 after departure of Michal Hipp to Slovan Bratislava.[41]
  3. ^ Peter Fieber sr. became Petržalkas' coach on 1st September 2009 before the 9th match of a new season.[42]
  4. ^ Vladimír Goffa became Petržalkas' coach during summer 2010 before the start of a new season.[43]
  5. ^ Petržalka's coaches in games 1-12,14-19,21,22,24,26-33 in 2010–11 season not yet confirmed by aftermatch press releases.
  6. ^ Norbert Hrnčár became Petržalkas' coach during summer 2011 before the start of a new season.[44]
  7. ^ Petržalka's coaches in games 1,3,5-7,9,12-14,16-23 & 25-33 in 2011–12 season not yet confirmed by aftermatch press releases.[45]
  8. ^ Petržalka's captain in games 1-7,9-14,16 & 18-33 in 2011–12 season not yet confirmed by aftermatch press releases.
  9. ^ .Ľubomír Luhový became Petržalkas' coach during summer 2012 before the start of a new season.[46]
  10. ^ Petržalka's coach in games 12/13-15 according to the press release.[47]
  11. ^ Petržalka's coaches in games 1-3 & 15-30 in 2012–13 season not yet confirmed by aftermatch press releases.
  12. ^ Tomáš Medveď became Petržalkas' coach during summer 2013 before the start of a new season.[48]
  13. ^ Rastislav Kunst became Petržalkas' coach during summer 2015 before the start of a new season.[49]
  14. ^ Peter Boďo became Petržalkas' coach during summer 2016 before the start of a new season.[50]
  15. ^ Balázs Borbély came to Petržalka during summer 2017 before the start of a new season.[51]

Goal scorers[edit]

Name Goals
total
Slovakia Slovak League Slovakia Slovak Cup UEFA Competitions
Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Tier 4 Tier 5 Cup Super Cup UCL UEFA UIC
157 73 168 105 170 68 11 7
Slovakia Boris Turčák (33) 33 19 10 4
Slovakia František Hečko (28) 28 2 8 11 6 1
Slovakia František Lády (26) 26 21 5
Slovakia Juraj Piroska (25) 25 6 9 2 6 2
Slovakia Juraj Halenár (24) 24 17 5 1 1
Slovakia Jakub Hronec (21) 21 21
Slovakia Tomáš Uhlík (21) 21 3 8 10
Slovakia Ján Kozák jr. (20) 20 18 1 1
Slovakia Tomáš Medveď (20) 20 20
Slovakia Milan Strelec (19) 19 19
Slovakia Radoslav Augustín (15) 15 14 1
Slovakia Dávid Kondrlík (14) 14 11 3
Slovakia Branislav Fodrek (13) 13 9 2 1 1
Slovakia Peter Čapla (13) 13 1 8 4
Slovakia Tomáš Oravec (12) 12 12
Slovakia Marián Kolony (11) 11 10 1
Slovakia Roman Kusý (11) 11 10 1
Slovakia Andrej Hodek (10) 10 6 4
Slovakia Marián Čišovský (10) 10 7 1 2
Slovakia Branislav Obžera (9) 9 6 1 2
Slovakia Dávid Boďo (9) 9 9
Slovakia Filip Šebo (9) 9 9
Slovakia Ivan Schranz (9) 9 6 3
Slovakia Jakub Rojko (9) 9 9
Slovakia Karim Abdul-Jabbar Guédé (9) 9 7 1 1
Slovakia Kornel Saláta (9) 9 9
Slovakia Luka Mašulovič (9) 9 9
Slovakia Lukáš Hutta (9) 9 5 4
Slovakia Martin Mikulič (9) 9 3 6
Slovakia Michal Maco (9) 9 3 6
Slovakia Peter Petráš (9) 9 7 2
Slovakia Sven Rybecký (9) 9 8 1
Slovakia Tomáš Majtán (9) 9 6 3
Czech Republic Zbyněk Pospěch (9) 9 6 1 2
Slovakia Andrej Gendiar (8) 8 8
Slovakia Jakub Sylvestr (8) 8 7 1
Slovakia Marián Vacula (8) 8 8
Slovakia Martin Luhový (8) 8 6 2
Slovakia Ákos Szarka (7) 7 7
Slovakia Jakub Tomšík (7) 7 6 1
Slovakia Patrik Johancsik (7) 7 6 1
Slovakia Roman Jurkovič (7) 7 5 2
Slovakia Martin Obšitník (6) 6 6
Slovakia Milan Kusalík (6) 6 6
Slovakia Oliver Špilár (6) 6 6
Slovakia Pavol Ďurica (6) 6 4 2
Spain Tino Aldán Miguez Cillero (6) 6 6
Slovakia Tomáš Pochyba (6) 6 4 1 1
Slovakia Ľubomír Orabinec (5) 5 5
Slovakia Maroš Schustrík (5) 5 5
Serbia Milan Vukovič (5) 5 4 1
Slovakia Róbert Valent (5) 5 5
Slovakia Alan Zemeš (4) 4 1 3
Brazil Cléber Nascimento da Silva (4) 4 4
Slovakia Filip Kiss (4) 4 4
Slovakia Ivan Horváth (4) 4 4
Slovakia Juraj Czinege (4) 4 3 1
Slovakia Lukáš Gašparovič (4) 4 4
Slovakia Martin Ďurica (4) 4 3 1
Slovakia Miroslav Kaňuk (4) 4 4
Slovakia Peter Lavrinčík sr. (4) 4 4
Czech Republic Aleš Urbánek (3) 3 2 1
Slovakia Andrej Burza (3) 3 3
Slovakia Andrej Kalina (3) 3 3
Slovakia Erik Čikoš (3) 3 3
Slovakia Marek Plichta (3) 3 3
Slovakia Marián Tomčák (3) 3 2 1
Slovakia Maroš Pilát (3) 3 3
Czech Republic Martin Švec (3) 3 2 1
Slovakia Pavol Sedlák (3) 3 1 2
Slovakia Peter Drobňák (3) 3 2 1
Serbia Vladimir Gligić (3) 3 3
Slovakia Zoltán Kontár (3) 3 3
Slovakia Adam Semančík (2) 2 2
Slovakia Denis Indrichovič (2) 2 2
Slovakia Dominik Košťál (2) 2 1 1
Slovakia Dominik Štefún (2) 2 2
Slovakia František Nespešný (2) 2 2
Slovakia George Allakaj (2) 2 2
Slovakia Ján Nemček (2) 2 2
Slovakia Jovica Radić (2) 2 2
Slovakia Ladislav Benci (2) 2 2
Slovakia Marek Bončo (2) 2 2
Slovakia Michal Bőhmer (2) 2 2
Slovakia Michal Kozák (2) 2 2
Slovakia Patrik Kavoň (2) 2 1 1
Slovakia Patrik Mráz (2) 2 1 1
Slovakia Pavel Majdák (2) 2 2
Slovakia Peter Sopúch (2) 2 2
Slovakia Peter Struhár (2) 2 2
Slovakia Peter Šedivý (2) 2 2
Slovakia Tomáš Hanzel (2) 2 2
Slovakia Vladimír Sochanič (2) 2 2
Slovakia Vladimír Volečko (2) 2 2
Slovakia Vojtech Horváth (2) 2 1 1
Slovakia Adrián Šimo (1) 1 1
Slovakia Andrej Gabura (1) 1 1
Slovakia Andrej Hanták (1) 1 1
Slovakia Balázs Borbély (1) 1 1
Slovakia Bohuš Žifčák (1) 1 1
Slovakia David Lenghart (1) 1 1
Slovakia Dávid Marko (1) 1 1
Slovakia Denis Matovič (1) 1 1
Slovakia Dominik Tóth (1) 1 1
Slovakia Dušan Vulin (1) 1 1
Slovakia Erik Havrila (1) 1 1
Brazil Esis Steines Jorge Caihame (1) 1 1
Slovakia Filip Baláži (1) 1 1
Brazil Filipe Francisco dos Santos "Cafú" (1) 1 1
Slovakia Ivan Minčič (1) 1 1
Slovakia Jakub Čunta (1) 1 1
Slovakia Jakub Hrnčár (1) 1 1
Slovakia Jaroslav Machovec (1) 1 1
Slovakia Ladislav Horvát (1) 1 1
Czech Republic Lukáš Nachtman (1) 1 1
Slovakia Marek Moravčík (1) 1 1
Slovakia Martin Kubala (1) 1 1
Slovakia Martin Maroši (1) 1 1
Slovakia Matej Čobik Ferčik (1) 1 1
Slovakia Matej Havrila (1) 1 1
Slovakia Matej Klenovský (1) 1 1
Slovakia Matúš Hitka (1) 1 1
Slovakia Michal Habai (1) 1 1
Slovakia Pablo Valls Polonyi (1) 1 1
Slovakia Patrik Juhos (1) 1 1
Slovakia Pavol Farkaš (1) 1 1
Slovakia Peter Fieber jr. (1) 1 1
Slovakia Peter Lavrinčík jr. (1) 1 1
Slovakia Peter Martiny (1) 1 1
Slovakia Peter Mriglot (1) 1 1
Slovakia Richard Schwartz (1) 1 1
Slovakia Robert Matejka (1) 1 1
Slovakia Róbert Vizváry (1) 1 1
Slovakia Roman Beitl (1) 1 1
Slovakia Roman Konečný (1) 1 1
Slovakia Timotej Vajdík (1) 1 1
Slovakia Tomáš Kamenca (1) 1 1
Slovakia Tomáš Kóňa (1) 1 1
Slovakia Valentín Majerčák (1) 1 1
Slovakia Vladimír Ďurec (1) 1 1
Slovakia Vladimír Kinder (1) 1 1

Goals in shootouts scorers[edit]

Name Goals
total/attempts
Slovakia Slovak League Slovakia Slovak Cup UEFA Competitions
Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Tier 4 Tier 5 Cup Super Cup UCL UEFA UIC
Czech Republic Aleš Urbánek (1/1) 1/1 1/1
Slovakia Ján Kozák jr. (1/1) 1/1 1/1
Slovakia Marián Čišovský (1/1) 1/1 1/1
Slovakia Martin Ďurica (1/1) 1/1 1/1
Slovakia Branislav Fodrek (0/1) 0/1 0/1

Own goals scorers[edit]

Name Own goals
total
Slovakia Slovak League Slovakia Slovak Cup UEFA Competitions
Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Tier 4 Tier 5 Cup Super Cup UCL UEFA UIC
Slovakia Jakub Nemec (1 OG) 1 OG 1 OG
Czech Republic Lukáš Nachtman (1 OG) 1 OG 1 OG
Slovakia Martin Kubala (1 OG) 1 OG 1 OG
Slovakia Martin Mikulič (1 OG) 1 OG 1 OG
Czech Republic Martin Švec (1 OG) 1 OG 1 OG
Slovakia Peter Lavrinčík sr. (1 OG) 1 OG 1 OG
Slovakia Tomáš Uhlík (1 OG) 1 OG 1 OG

Own goals for Petržalka scorers[edit]

Name Goals
total
Slovakia Slovak League Slovakia Slovak Cup UEFA Competitions
Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Tier 4 Tier 5 Cup Super Cup UCL UEFA UIC
12 3 1 3 1 4
Georgia (country) Giorgij Cimakuridze (MŠK Žilina) (1 OG) 1 1
Slovakia Marek Weber (FK ŠK Danubia Hrubý Šúr) (1 OG) 1 1
Slovakia Martin Ondrejka (FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce) (1 OG) 1 1
Slovakia Peter Bašista (MFK Košice) (1 OG) 1 1
Slovakia Peter Grach (SDM Domino B) (1 OG) 1 1
Slovakia Peter Šilhár (OŠK Slovenský Grob) (1 OG) 1 1
Czech Republic Petr Jeníček (LAFC Lučenec) (1 OG) 1 1
Slovakia Radoslav Kováč (FK Vajnory) (1 OG) 1 1
Slovakia Richard Zaduban (ŠK Báhoň) (1 OG) 1 1
Slovakia Roman Kanis (ŠKO Miloslavov) (1 OG) 1 1
Slovakia Roman Lapoš (ŠK Krasňany Bratislava) (1 OG) 1 1
Slovakia Tomáš Rišo (Lokomotíva Devínska Nová Ves) (1 OG) 1 1

Goals in contumated matches scorers[edit]

Name Goals
total
Slovakia Slovak League Slovakia Slovak Cup UEFA Competitions
Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Tier 4 Tier 5 Cup Super Cup UCL UEFA UIC
Slovakia Tomáš Medveď (3 Cont.) 3 3
Slovakia Milan Strelec (2 Cont.) 2 2
Slovakia Luka Mašulovič (1 Cont.) 1 1
Slovakia Vladimír Kinder (1 Cont.) 1 1

Note: Only goals from following seasons: from 2007–08 to 2017–18 & Slovak Cup 2018–19.

Stadium[edit]

Temporary pitch[edit]

The first sample football match of Pozsonyi Torna Egyesület (PTE) was announced to be played on 25th September 1898, but due to the tragic matters in the Emperors' family (Elisabeth of Bavaria died on 10th September 1898) was postponed to 2nd October 1898. The rules of the game were explained to the audience before the match in October. The match was played between members of PTE in both teams at the Ligetfalu highschool playground. There was no regular football pitch in Pressburg at that time, so PTE used the plain terrain to play its home matches in the beginning years.

Štadión za Starým mostom (PTE stadium)[edit]

Previous Petržalka stadium

During the extra ordinary club meeting on 29th September 1899 the decision to build the regular pitch for PTE nearby to the Danube river, railway to the Wien and City Park was made. The stadium was built at the end of the 19th century for PTE in a year. The grand opening of the new stadium was officially on 25th September 1900[52]. PTE won the match against Magyar Footbal Club Budapest 3–2, the first PTEs' win ever against the team from Budapest. This stadium was used for Bratislava regional championship until the stadium for I. Čsl. ŠK Bratislava was built in the end of the 1920s. More than 100 years later Artmedia still used to play their home matches at the same place - named Štadión za Starým mostom.

Demolition of Petržalka stadium (Oct 2012)
Demolition of Petržalka stadium (Nov 2012)

The pitch at the place of the stadium has been there for more than a hundred years. Even before World War II, the stadium was the venue of several international matches. Although destroyed during the war, new stand soon arose from the ruins of the old one and the stadium started to resemble its current look. Major changes have occurred in last ten years, following improvements in Artmedia's footballing results. Stands behind goals were totally reconstructed and a new one was built along the pitch.

Today's estimated capacity is 10,000; it is however impossible to give the exact value, because older part of the stadium still remains for standing visitors. The average attendance of league matches at this stadium is floating above 4,000, one of the highest in Slovakia. However, the stadium does not meet some of the UEFA criteria, therefore the club has been forced to play its international matches elsewhere. Notably, they played their 2005–06 UEFA Champions League campaign at Tehelné pole, home venue of crosstown rivals Slovan Bratislava.

"Homeless" era 2008–2012[edit]

Stadium Pasienky (Petržalka vs. DAC in 2008)

After departure of the owner Ivan Kmotrík during summer 2008 to the cross-town rival ŠK Slovan Bratislava[53] Petržalka played home matches on stadium Pasienky. After information that some league matches would be broadcast by TV, they were forced to play three league games on the stadium Národné tréningové centrum (NTC) SFZ Senec in autumn 2008 because of substandard lights on Pasienky stadium.
For the 2009-10 season MFK Petržalka announced that the home matches would be played on Pasienky and stadium NTC SFZ Senec.[54] Originally they wanted to start the season in Senec only (due to the reconstruction of Pasienky stadium), but they played there more matches than they expected - they return to Bratislava's ground after 16th match of the season. Fans of Petržalka didn't like the moving from right shore of the Danube, so the attendance decreased year after year. On 6th March 2010 the attendance broke the negative record of the 1st Division[55]. The match between MFK Petržalka and MFK Ružomberok (2–2; with missed penalty from Jaroslav Hílek two minutes before the end of the game) watched on the stadium Pasienky only 180 people. This record was broken 7 years later – during the 2016–17 season with 150 spectators in Michalovce. But still in 2017 the six out of ten worst attended 1st division ties belonged to Petržalka from the Pasienky / NTC SFZ Senec era.[56]

Stadium ŠKP Inter Dúbravka

During the reconstruction of Pasienky stadium, Petržalka played on 3rd November 2009 one match in the domestic cup (1st QF game against Spartak Trnava 3–2) also on Stadium ŠKP Inter Dúbravka.

After relegation from the 1st Division in 2010 Petržalka played home matches on stadium Rapid Bratislava in Prievoz from summer 2010 until summer 2012.

New home ground[edit]

In 2011 was built new Stadium FC Petržalka 1898 (Slovak: Štadión FC Petržalka 1898) as a new football stadium on Sklodowskej street, Petržalka, Slovakia. Originally it served as home stadium for football club FC Petržalka 1898, later for FC Petržalka akadémia and today for the team FC Petržalka. The stadium was officially opened in 2012. The first match was played between the home club FC Petržalka 1898 and FC Nitra B (1–3), on 5th August 2012. In the future stadium capacity should be increased. Currently stadium has a one grandstand (with 800 seated places), other places are on the state (estimated 1500).

In 2016 got the stadium new grass - instead of grass it was covered by fake turf. The first competitive match on the new artificial grass was between FC Petržalka akadémia and NMŠK 1922 Bratislava (1–0) on 10th April 2016.[11][57][58] The match in the 5th league was attended by 1000 spectators - it was more than the attendance on home grounds of many 1st division's teams! Until the promotion to the 2nd league the highest attendance on new stadium was in the autumn part of the 3rd division. The match between FC Petržalka and ŠK Slovan Bratislava B (1–1) saw live from the seats and stands 1858 spectators.

Even two years later at the end of July 2018 the artificial turf had no valid certificate, which was confirmed by the official club's Facebook statement.[59] So the stadium still doesn't meet all the demands of the governing body for the 2nd league certification. Some days before 1st home match in 2nd tier (29th July 2018) the stadium was finally approved by the Komisia pre štadióny a ihriská (KŠI)[60] (Stadiums & Grounds Commission) of the Slovenský futbalový zväz. KŠI conditionally allowed the club to play home matches on the Štadión FC Petržalka until 15th September 2018 and the capacity of stadium for the 2nd league matches was decreased to 1005 seated. During the last week of September (Sept. 26, 2018) the permission was conditionally prolonged until 31st December 2018

Sponsorship[edit]

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
1998–1999 Puma Telenor
1999–2000 NIKE
2000–2002 grafobal
2002–2004 LEGEA
2004–2006 Puma
2006–2011 Adidas
2011–2014 Kappa none
2014–2016 Erreà
2016-2018 TK ESTATE
2018–present none

Current squad[edit]

Updated 2 September, 2018 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Slovakia GK Michal Petrovič
2 Slovakia DF Samuel Kozlovský
4 Slovakia DF Peter Sopúch
5 Slovakia DF Ladislav Horvát
7 Slovakia MF Alex Iván
8 Slovakia DF Martin Privrel
9 Slovakia FW Bruno Čerňanský
10 Slovakia MF Boris Turčák (Alternate Captain)
11 Slovakia FW Erik Prekop
12 Slovakia MF Pablo Valls Polonyi
15 Slovakia DF Jakub Nemec
17 Slovakia FW František Hečko
18 Slovakia FW Michal Maco
No. Position Player
19 Slovakia DF Matúš Hitka
20 Slovakia MF Martin Vician
21 Slovakia DF Peter Petráš
22 Slovakia MF Oliver Morócz
23 Slovakia MF Patrik Kavoň
25 Slovakia DF Oliver Vecsei
27 Slovakia DF Samuel Ďurek
28 Slovakia GK Frederik Valach
29 Slovakia GK Milan Valašik
33 Slovakia MF Juraj Piroska (Captain)
77 Slovakia MF František Lády
93 Slovakia MF Lukáš Gašparovič
99 Slovakia GK Peter Sokol

Staff[edit]

[61]

Current technical staff[edit]

As of 30 July 2017
Staff Job title
Slovakia Balázs Borbély Manager
Slovakia Dominik Tóth Assistant manager
Slovakia Miroslav Mentel Goalkeeping coach
Slovakia Viliam Kálman Physio
Slovakia Vladimír Koník Youth head coach

Notable players[edit]

Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Petržalka.

Past (and present) players who are the subjects of Wikipedia articles can be found here.

Managers[edit]


See also[edit]

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