1. FC Allstars Wiener Neustadt

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1. FC Allstars Wiener Neustadt
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Basic data
Surname 1. FC Murexin Allstars Wiener Neustadt
Seat Wiener Neustadt
founding February 18, 2005
Colours black yellow
president Bernhard Mucherl
Website www.fc-allstars.at
First soccer team
Head coach Rene Gaida
Venue Sports hall Dr. Fred Sinowatz School
Places 400
league 1. ÖFB Futsal League (Austria)
2020 1st place (master)

1. FC Allstars Wiener Neustadt is a futsal club in Wiener Neustadt that plays in the ÖFB Futsal League .


The club was founded on February 18, 2005 as Murexin All Stars . In the same year they finished second at the Valdichienti Futsal Cup in Italy and a year later they defeated the Hungarian champion Colorspectrum Aramis Budapest at the Mizuno Cup in the Czech Republic . in the Austrian Futsal Bundesliga , the team was runner-up in 2007. On April 9, 2007, the club also won the Austrian Futsal Cup for the first time. In August 2007 he won the Austrian Futsal Super Cup. In 2008 the Murexin All Stars were again Austrian Futsal Vice-Champions and reached the Austrian Futsal Cup final. There has been a first-class cooperation with the Wiener Neustädter Sporthaupt- und Sportmittelschule since 2008.

On January 11, 2009, the Murexin All Stars secured the Austrian championship title for the first time. Three months later, the club was accepted into the Lower Austrian Football Association. On April 30, 2009 the club was renamed and has since been called 1. FC Allstars Wiener Neustadt . The reason for this renaming was the qualification for the UEFA Futsal Cup 2009/10 . With a view to a global marketing strategy for futsal, UEFA decided to apply strict rules regarding club names and logos. Thus the Murexin All Stars were forced to change their club name as well as their club logo. In 2009, 1. FC Allstars Wiener Neustadt was awarded the contract by UEFA to host a preliminary group in the UEFA Futsal Cup .

From August 19-22, 2009, 1. FC Allstars organized a preliminary group for the UEFA Futsal Cup. 1. FC Allstars lost their first round game against Erebuni Yerevan 2: 3 in the last second. Against Hvöt Blönduós (5: 4) the Wiener Neustädter celebrated their first victory in the competition. 1. FC lost their last game against ASA Tel Aviv and thus missed promotion to the main round. On October 11th, 2009 1. FC Murexin Allstars Wiener Neustadt won the Austrian Futsal Supercup for the second time. The game against Stella Rossa ended 3-2. On January 11th, 2010 the team will be Austrian champions again - but only for 20 days. Due to a mistake by the referee and an incomprehensible decision by a Senate, the Allstars lose the title on the green table. Stella Rossa can win the replay against Vienna Calcio 3-0 and catch the Allstars at the last moment. The women of the association become Austrian champions on January 31, 2010 in Fohnsdorf .

At the Sampiona tournament in Smederevo on June 26, 2010, 1. FC Murexin Allstars Wiener Neustadt defeated the Serbian champions KMF Ekonomac Kragujevac 6-2. In December 2010 the Club represented Austria at the Mitropa Cup in Chrudim . In the semifinals, the Allstars lost to Üllö FC Csö-Montage from Hungary 4-6. However, with a surprising 4-2 win against ŠK MIMA Divus Trnava , the Allstars secured third place in the tournament. For the 2010/11 season, the entire team was reorganized and again reached the runner-up title at the end of the season. After Helmut Gaida, who was appointed honorary chairman on June 26, 2011, died just a few days after his appointment, the jersey with the number 10 was no longer awarded on an honorary basis.

In 2012 the club won the Austrian championship for the third time and also won the double of championship and cup for the first time in the club's history by beating Stella Rossa 4-0. In August, the club organized another preliminary group in the UEFA Futsal Cup. Opponents are Minerva Bern (9: 4), Ankara (3: 3) and EID Futsal (2: 5). In the following year, the team only achieved third place in the Bundesliga despite good interim results. Only a year later does it reach the runner-up title again. After only third place jumped out again in 2015, the club was only able to achieve third place in 2016. This was the tenth time in a row that the Allstars made it onto the podium.

A year later, the Allstars landed back in second place and thus won their sixth runner-up title. The player Daniel Englisch takes the top scorer cannon during the season and is voted the best player by the coaches of the ÖFB Futsal League. In 2018 the club won its third championship after 2009 and 2012. With two wins in the play-off final against FC Diamant Linz (9: 7, 4: 3), coach Rene Gaida's team was able to secure the title and, with Samir Nuhanovic, also provide the best player of the season. He defended his title a year later and also took the top scorer cannon. The team also managed to defend their title for the first time and thus their fourth championship title. Moreover, it was Alan Halilovic from the Allstars best goalkeeper of the season.

With a perfect season without a single defeat, without a draw, the Allstars crown themselves the logical, deserved champions 2019/20 - and remain number one in the country - for the third time in a row. Vahid Muharemovic was voted best player by the coaches of the ÖFB Futsal League. Alan Halilovic defended his title and was named the season's best goalkeeper. Samir Nuhanovic took the top scorer cannon.


  • UEFA Futsal Cup participants: 2009, 2012
  • UEFA Futsal Champions League participants: 2018, 2019
  • Austrian futsal champions: 2009, 2012, 2018, 2019, 2020
  • Austrian futsal runner-up: 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2017
  • Austrian Futsal Cup winner: 2007, 2012, 2019
  • Austrian Futsal Super Cup winner: 2007, 2009, 2019
  • Mitropa Cup 2010: 3rd place

Trainers and supervisors

Trainers and supervisors
Head coach Rene Gaida Austrian
Assistant coach Marko Gaida Austrian


goal Defense attack
Jozsef Lekics
Alan Halilovic
Vahid Muharemovic captain
Samir Nuhanovic
Irnes Skoric
Edwin Skrgic
Mirza Jatic
Christoph Gerstel Würzl
Senad Huseinbasic
Ante Bezer
Alen Muharemovic

Well-known former players

Individual evidence

  1. Chronicle - 1. FC Murexin Allstars. In: fc-allstars.at. February 18, 2005, accessed May 27, 2019 .
  2. Futsal-Blog.at: Murexin with a perfect season. In: Futsal-Blog.at. March 8, 2020, accessed May 27, 2020 .
  3. a b c d e f g h i j k l m successes. In: vereine.fussballoesterreich.at. Retrieved May 27, 2019 .

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