|Full name||Richard Kitzbichler|
|Date of birth||12 January 1974|
|Place of birth||Wörgl, Austria|
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 8 1⁄2 in)|
|1994–1995||→ SC Holz Pfeifer Kundl (loan)||32||(15)|
|2006–2009||Red Bull Salzburg II||59||(15)|
|2009–2015||Red Bull Salzburg (video analyst)|
|2015–||Red Bull Salzburg (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Kitzbichler started his career in 1992 with FC Wacker Innsbruck in the Austrian Bundesliga. In 1997, Kitzbichler signed a contract with SV Austria Salzburg and stayed there until 2002. He spent one season with Hamburger SV in the German Bundesliga, and then returned to Austria. From 2003 he played for FK Austria Wien, until 2005 when he joined Australian A-League club Melbourne Victory. After a highly successful 2005, the popular Kitzbichler agreed to return to the club he left in 2002 to take up a playing and coaching role. In January 2006, Kitzbichler accepted a transfer back to his former club of Salzburg (now known as Red Bull Salzburg due to a corporate takeover), thus ending his time as one of the pioneering members of the new Melbourne football club. He helped Red Bull Salzburg's amateur side, Red Bull Salzburg II, achieve promotion from the Austrian Regionalliga West to the Second Division of the Bundesliga. He retired from active football in May 2009.
Currently he is member of the coaching staff of FC Red Bull Salzburg where he is working as video analyst.
He made his debut for Austria in April 1996 against Hungary but was ignored for the 1998 FIFA World Cup. He earned 17 caps, no goals scored. His last international was a May 2002 friendly match against Germany.
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