Enrico Kulovits

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Enrico Kulovits
Enrico Kulovits - SV Eltendorf (01) .jpg
Enrico Kulovits (2015)
birthday December 29, 1974
place of birth GüttenbachAustria
size 180 cm
position central midfield
Years station
0000-1988 SV Güttenbach
1988-1994 AKA Burgenland
Years station Games (goals) 1
1994-1995 SV Oberwart
1995-2004 Graz AK 146 (10)
2002-2003 →  SW Bregenz  (loan) 30 0(0)
2004 Skoda Xanthi 12 0(0)
2004-2005 VfB Admira Wacker Mödling 24 0(0)
2005-2006 SV Mattersburg 19 0(0)
2006-2008 FC Lustenau 07 47 0(0)
2008-2009 Graz AK 0 0(0)
2009-2010 SV Werndorf 15 0(1)
2010-2011 SV Güttenbach 5 0(1)
Stations as a trainer
Years station
2008-2009 Grazer AK II (assistant trainer)
2009–2012 SK Werndorf
2012-2013 UPS All Saints Day
2013-2017 SV Eltendorf
2017-2018 UPS Mettersdorf
2018 SC Kalsdorf
2019 Graz AK
1 Only league games are given.

Enrico Kulovits (born December 29, 1974 in Güttenbach , Burgenland ) is a former Austrian football player and now coach .


As a player

He began his professional career in 1994 in the 2nd division at SV Oberwart. From there, the youth leader of the Grazer AK, Werner Gregoritsch , brought him to Graz. With the athletes he came from 1997 under coach Klaus Augenthaler to permanent assignments in championship, cup and European cup. In 2000 the Burgenlander was part of the GAK Cup and Supercup Winner Team. After a loan contract with Schwarz-Weiß Bregenz from the spring round of the 2001/02 season, he returned to Graz in the summer of 2003 to the GAK and was thus also a member of the athletic championship. In spring 2004 he was awarded to AO Xanthi in Greece, during the summer break Admira Wacker Mödling secured his services for the 2004/05 season. After a full season at SV Mattersburg, he was signed by FC Lustenau 07 in the summer of 2006. After two seasons with the Vorarlberg team in the second level, in summer 2008 he switched back to the GAK, which is now playing in the Regionalliga Mitte, where he will work as both a player and assistant coach for the amateurs. From 2009 he worked at the Styrian sports club Werndorf. Although he was originally hired as a player, he was promoted to player-coach in winter and immediately made it to the Oberliga Mitte West. Nevertheless, he moved to his hometown club SV Güttenbach in July 2010, where he ended his active career at the end of 2011.

As a trainer

In the summer of 2012 he took up the position of coach at USV Allerheiligen , which he trained until September 2013, before he moved to SV Eltendorf in the Burgenland regional league . In the summer of 2017, Kulovits switched to USV Mettersdorf in the Styrian regional league as a coach .

In addition, Kulovits, who holds the UEFA license, has been a mental coach for the Austrian U-21 national team since June 2017 in the supervisory staff of team boss Werner Gregoritsch .

For the 2018/19 season, Kulovits took over the regional division SC Kalsdorf . In October 2018, Kalsdorf separated from Kulovits. Kalsdorf was at the time of separation after 14 game days on the 13th place in the table.

In January 2019 he became the coach of the leaders of the regional league center, the Grazer AK , for whom he had already played as a player. Kulovits replaced David Preiß , who became the GAK team manager for licensing reasons . After he was promoted to the 2nd division with the GAK , he left the club after the 2018/19 season.

From the 2019/20 season he will be working at AKA Burgenland .


Kulovits has been an integral part of Austrian television programs since 1997. A toto preview jingle that has been running since then on ORF shows Kulovits in a game scene from the 1997/98 season.


Web links

Commons : Enrico Kulovits  - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Everything new at SC Kalsdorf: Kulovits comes as coach mein District.at, on May 29, 2018, accessed on January 26, 2019
  2. SC Kalsdorf leaves trainer Enrico Kulovits! ligaportal.at, October 30, 2018, accessed on January 26, 2019
  3. The GAK 1902 is now being trained by a duo grazerak.at, on January 14, 2019, accessed on January 26, 2019
  4. Thank you, Enrico Kulovits! grazerak.at, on May 20, 2019, accessed on May 21, 2019
  5. Enrico Kulovits in the Fußallakademie Burgenland bvz.at, on June 8, 2019, accessed on June 9, 2019