|Date of birth||22 June 1907|
|Place of birth||Vienna, Austria-Hungary|
|Date of death||10 August 1947(aged 40)|
|Place of death||Basel, Switzerland|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Anton Schall (22 June 1907 – 10 August 1947) was an Austrian football forward who played for Austria in the 1934 FIFA World Cup. He also played for Admira Vienna, and later managed FC Basel. Normally a versatile left footed forward or winger, Schall is considered one of the greatest Austrian footballers. A pacy, skillful forward, Schall possessed fine finishing and great attacking intelligence. Later in his career Schall played as a defender.
After his playing career Schall, who suffered from a rare heart condition, moved to Switzerland and took over Basel as club trainer in the 1946–47 season. Schall led Basel to win the Swiss Cup, 3 – 0 in the final against Lausanne Sports. But he died shortly afterwards at the age of 40 years during a workout on the football field. Team captain Ernst Hufschmid then took Basel over as coach.
Austria's goal tally first
|1.||22 May 1927||Hohe Warte Stadium, Vienna, Austria||Belgium||2–1||4–1||Friendly|
|3.||27 October 1929||Wankdorf Stadium, Bern, Switzerland||Switzerland||3–1||3–1||1927–30 Dr. Gero Cup|
|4.||16 November 1930||Hohe Warte Stadium, Vienna, Austria||Sweden||3–1||4–1||Friendly|
|5.||16 May 1931||Hohe Warte Stadium, Vienna, Austria||Scotland||1–0||5–0|
|6.||24 May 1931||Deutsches Stadion, Berlin, Germany||Germany||1–0||6–0|
|9.||13 September 1931||Praterstadion, Vienna, Austria||Germany||2–0||5–0|
|10.||29 November 1931||Nordstern, Basel, Switzerland||Switzerland||3–1||8–1||1931–32 Dr. Gero Cup|
|13.||24 April 1932||Hohe Warte Stadium, Vienna, Austria||Hungary||4–1||8–2||Friendly|
|17.||2 October 1932||Üllői úti stadion, Budapest, Hungary||Hungary||1–1||3–2|
|18.||23 October 1932||Praterstadion, Vienna, Austria||Switzerland||2–0||3–1||1931–32 Dr. Gero Cup|
|19.||11 December 1932||Jubilee Stadium, Brussels, Belgium||Belgium||1–0||6–1||Friendly|
|23.||1 October 1933||Praterstadion, Vienna, Austria||Hungary||2–0||2–2|
|24.||29 November 1933||Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland||Scotland||2–2||2–2|
|25.||15 April 1934||Praterstadion, Vienna, Austria||Hungary||3–2||5–2|
|26.||27 May 1934||Stadio Benito Mussolini, Turin, Italy||France||2–1||3–2||1934 FIFA World Cup|