TSV Hartberg

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Hartberg
Club crest
Full name Turn- und Sportverein Hartberg
Founded 29 April 1946; 69 years ago (1946-04-29)
Ground Stadion Hartberg
Ground Capacity 4,500
Chairman Franz Grandits
Manager Bruno Friesenbichler
League Austrian Regional League Central
2014–15 Austrian First League, 10th ↓
Website Club home page

TSV Hartberg is an Austrian association football club based in Hartberg, founded in 1946, which is currently playing in the Austrian Regional League Central.

History[edit]

The club was founded on 29 April 1946. They finished in 7th position in the 2007–2008 season while playing in the Third level Regionalliga. On the last day of the 2008–09 season, TSV Hartberg finished in first position of the Austrian Regionalliga East (third division). They won the eastern title and gained promotion to the 2009–10 Second Division. In the 2010–11 season they finished at 10th and bottom position but survived by winning the relegation play-off, and in the 2014–15 season they were relegated to the third division for finishing at the same bottom position.

Stadium[edit]

Stadion Hartberg is based in the Styria Hartberg district capital. It is a multipurpose sports facility, both for football matches and it is also suitable for athletics events. In addition, the stadium for other events such as music concerts. In 2006, the stadium of TSV Hartberg was expanded to that it could seat both home and away visitors with a capacity of 6,000 increasing from 4,500.[1][2]

Current squad[edit]

As of 3 March, 2015. 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 Hans-Peter Berger
4 Croatia DF Alen Gluhak
6 Austria DF Thomas Schönberger
7 Austria MF Markus Gschiel
8 Austria MF Oliver Pranjic
9 Austria FW Günter Friesenbichler
10 Austria MF David Sencar
11 Austria FW Alexander Fröschl
15 Austria MF Lukas Ried
16 Croatia FW Christian Ilic
17 Austria DF Thomas Löffler
18 Croatia MF Roko Mislov
20 Austria FW Christoph Kröpfl
No. Position Player
21 Austria GK Florian Faist
22 Austria DF Philipp Posch
23 Austria MF Daniel Gremsl
24 Brazil MF Jean Sobrinho
25 Austria DF Siegfried Rasswalder
26 Austria FW Danijel Prskalo
27 Austria MF Dominik Frieser
28 Austria MF Jürgen Prutsch
30 Austria DF Philipp Haas
31 Austria DF Thomas Rotter
33 Austria DF Stefan Schlögl
39 Austria FW Robin Friesenbichler
44 Austria GK Lorenz Koller

Staff and board members[edit]

Sports[edit]

  • Trainer: Austria Kurt Garger
  • Co-Trainer:Austria Markus Tatar
  • Goalkeeper coach: Austria David Sandor
  • Reserve team trainer: Austria Franz Fuchs

Stadium Official[edit]

  • Groundsman:Austria Janos Glemba
  • Groundsman:Austria Erwin Pachler
  • Stadium Announcer:AustriaGerhard Wilfinger

Management[edit]

  • Secretary : Austria Kurt Riedl
  • Treasurer: Austria Stefan Graf
  • Deputy Treasurer: Austria Thomas Lechner

References[edit]

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