Philipp Hosiner (2013)
|birthday||May 15, 1989|
|place of birth||Eisenstadt , Austria|
|2001-2002||SV St. Margarethen|
|2006-2008||TSV 1860 Munich|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|2008-2009||TSV 1860 Munich II||31 (12)|
|2010-2011||First Vienna FC||33 (13)|
|2011–2012||FC Admira Wacker Mödling||38 (15)|
|2012-2014||FK Austria Vienna||61 (41)|
|2015-2016||→ 1. FC Köln (loan)||15(1)|
|2016||→ 1. FC Köln II (loan)||1(1)|
|2016-2018||1. FC Union Berlin||44(8)|
|2018-2019||SK Sturm Graz||14(3)|
|2019-2020||Chemnitzer FC||28 (19)|
|Years||selection||Games (goals) 2|
1 Only league games are given.
As of July 4, 2020
2 As of August 6, 2014
Philipp Hosiner started his career at SC Eisenstadt before moving to SV St. Margarethen in 2001 . He later played for AKA Burgenland and in 2006 joined the youth department of TSV 1860 Munich . In 2007 he won the DFB Junior Club Cup with his A-Juniors , scoring the decisive goal in the 90th minute in the 2-1 final win against VfL Wolfsburg . In 2008 he became part of the second team, for which he scored twelve goals in the Regionalliga Süd and prepared eight more, making him the top scorer of his team.
Then he moved to the third league for SV Sandhausen , where he made his professional debut on July 29, 2009, when he in the first home game of the 2009/10 season against FC Carl Zeiss Jena in the 77th minute for Julian Schauerte came on . In the further course of the season he came almost exclusively from the bench to the field. In his 20 games, he was substituted 15 times once and four times - after starting in the starting lineup. Once he was used for the entire 90 minutes, namely in a 2-2 home game on matchday 17 against Werder Bremen II . In this game he also scored his only goal of the season with the goal to make it 1-1. With the Sandhausenern he finished 14th after a strong start, when they were regularly on a promotion place, in the end. In addition, he was repeatedly used in the second team in the seventh-class regional league Rhein-Neckar , with which he rose to the association league and the BFV Hoepfner Cup won. In the final, only professionals competed, thus ensuring that the first team would participate in the 2010/11 DFB Cup .
Return to Austria
For the 2010/11 season, the Austrian club First Vienna signed FC Hosiner. After a season that the striker completed with 13 goals this season, he moved to Bundesliga promoted FC Trenkwalder Admira in June 2011 . On August 31, 2012, FK Austria Wien signed him ; Hosiner signed a contract with the club that ran until 2015. On 13./14. Matchday of the 2012/13 season he scored three goals in two consecutive games. At the end of the 2012/13 season, Hosiner was Austrian champion with Austria and top scorer in the league with 32 goals. He was voted the best player of the 2012/13 season by the coaches and managers of the Austrian Bundesliga.
Change to France
Tumor operation and move to 1. FC Köln
In January 2015, during a medical check at 1. FC Köln , with whom he agreed on a change, a two-kilogram tumor on Hosiner's left kidney was discovered that had already settled for five years. He was successfully operated on at the beginning of February, eleven weeks after the operation he played for the first time in the reserve of Stades Rennes at the beginning of May 2015. Hosiner finally switched to 1. FC Köln on loan for the 2015/16 season . In his first Bundesliga game on August 29, 2015 (3rd matchday), he scored his first goal in a 2-1 win at home against Hamburger SV with the goal to make it 1-1 in the 76th minute. On March 24, 2016, he played his first competitive game in the regional league for the second team of 1. FC Köln against FC Kray during an international break in order to help the team in the relegation battle and to gain match practice. The game was won 4: 2, Hosiner scored the 2: 1 for his team.
Hosiner at Union Berlin
Again return to Austria
For the 2018/19 season, Hosiner returned to Austria, where he joined SK Sturm Graz , where he received a contract that ran until June 2021. In his first season with Sturm, he made 14 Bundesliga appearances in which he scored three goals.
Fifth and sixth station in Germany
In September 2019, Hosiner moved back to Germany, where he joined the third division Chemnitzer FC . Between the 20th and the 23rd match day, the Austrian scored two goals per game, which no other third division player had achieved before. By the end of the season, Hosiner had 19 hits in 28 games, but with Chemnitz he rose again from the third division after only one season. He then moved to third division team Dynamo Dresden for the 2020/21 season , with whom he received a contract that ran until June 2022.
Hosiner played regularly for the Austrian youth national teams. For the last two European Championship qualifiers in autumn 2011, the striker was appointed to the senior national team for the first time by interim team boss Willibald Ruttensteiner and made his debut on October 7, 2011 in the game in Baku against Azerbaijan . On January 29, 2013, Hosiner was called up to the Austrian national team by team boss Marcel Koller ; on March 22, 2013 in the 6-0 win against the Faroe Islands , he scored his first two goals.
Hosiner's cousin Patrick Schmidt is also a soccer player.
- 2007: DFB junior club cup winner with the A youth of TSV 1860 Munich
- 2010: Promotion to the association league with SV Sandhausen II
- 2010: BFV Hoepfner Cup winner with SV Sandhausen II
- 2013: Austrian champion with Austria Wien
- 2013: Top scorer in the Austrian Bundesliga with 32 goals
- Philipp Hosiner in the database of weltfussball.de
- Philipp Hosiner in the database of transfermarkt.de
- Philipp Hosiner in the database of National-Football-Teams.com (English)
- Philipp Hosiner in the database of the Austria Vienna Archive
- Philipp Hosiner is Döblinger firstviennafc.at, accessed on July 4, 2010
- Hosiner is moving to Austria Vienna . ORF . August 31, 2012. Retrieved August 31, 2012.
- Stade Rennes fit best , in: sportnet.at, from July 6, 2014
- business with 1. FC Köln failed, Philipp Hosiner does not pass the medical check , in: Website of the Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, from January 30, 2015
- Failed transfer to 1. FC Köln, Philipp Hosiner: Left kidney removed - it was a tumor! , express.de, from February 20, 2015
- derstandard.at: Philipp Hosiner's kidney was removed , February 20, 2015, accessed on April 2, 2015
- Return eleven weeks after tumor operation , orf.at, January 5, 2015.
- 1. FC Köln: Hosiner comes to FC , June 22, 2015, accessed on June 22, 2015
- Match report 1. FC Köln II - FC Kray (4: 2) on transfermarkt.de from March 24, 2016
- 1. FC Union Berlin: 1. FC Union Berlin sign Philipp Hosiner from Stade Rennes , June 28, 2016, accessed on June 28, 2016.
- From the Spree to the Mur sksturm.at, on July 11, 2018, accessed on July 11, 2018
- Chemnitzer FC sign Philipp Hosiner and Noah Awuku chemnitzerfc.de, on September 2, 2019, accessed on September 2, 2019
- Race for the top scorer: Hosiner sets top scores , liga3-online.de, accessed on February 11, 2020
- The SGD commits Philipp Hosiner dynamo-dresden.de, on July 20, 2020, accessed on July 20, 2020
- sport.orf.at - Hosiner new to Koller's lineup
- Cousin in the footsteps of Philipp Hosiner bvz.at, on July 29, 2016, accessed on October 2, 2016
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Austrian soccer player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||May 15, 1989|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Eisenstadt , Austria|