Rolf Martin Landerl

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Rolf Martin Landerl
birthday October 24, 1975
place of birth ViennaAustria
size 181 cm
position Attack , midfield
Years station
1985-1991 SK Rapid Vienna
1991-1992 SV Wernberg
1992-1993 SV Viktoria Viktring
1993 FC Mölltal
1993-1994 SK Austria Klagenfurt
Years station Games (goals) 1
1994-1995 SR Donaufeld
1995-1997 Inter Bratislava 64 (16)
1997-2000 AZ Alkmaar 29 0(2)
2000-2002 Fortuna Sittard 69 0(5)
2002-2004 FC Groningen 47 0(1)
2004-2005 Penafiel FC 17 0(0)
2005-2006 FC Sopron 10 0(2)
2006 VfB Admira Wacker Mödling 13 0(2)
2006-2007 Graz AK 23 0(1)
2007-2008 VfB Admira Wacker Mödling 21 0(2)
2008-2009 Dunajská Streda 8 0(1)
2009 ASK Schwadorf 9 0(3)
2009-2011 VfB Lübeck 57 0(9)
2011-2013 SV St. Margarethen 30 0(7)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
2002 Austria 1 0(0)
Stations as a trainer
Years station
2011–2012 AKA Admira Wacker Mödling
2011-2013 SV St. Margarethen ( player-coach )
2013-2016 FC Admira Wacker Mödling II
2016– VfB Lübeck
1 Only league games are given.

Rolf Martin Landerl (born October 24, 1975 in Vienna ) is a former Austrian soccer player and today's coach . Since summer 2016 he has been the head coach of VfB Lübeck in Germany .

Career as a player

In the club

The soccer globetrotter began his career in the youth of SK Rapid Wien before moving to the then Viennese city league club SR Donaufeld via the Carinthian clubs SV Wernberg , SV Viktoria Viktring , FC Mölltal and SK Austria Klagenfurt .

In 1995 he went abroad for the first time and moved to Inter Bratislava in the Slovak capital , where he was used in the first Slovak division until 1997. The transfer to Bratislava came about by chance. Landerl saw no opportunity to play professional football in Austria. As a result, he decided to study abroad in Slovakia. After a trial at Inter he was able to convince and received a contract. Landerl was in Bratislava, among others, the later ÖFB team coach , Karel Brückner trained. Under Brückner he was able to celebrate winning the Slovak Football Cup in the 1995/96 season . In his last year at Bratislava he scored 10 goals in 26 games and was immediately noticed in Holland.

In 1997 he moved to AZ Alkmaar in the Netherlands . With Alkmaar he made the promotion to the honor division in 1997/98, but injured himself and missed the connection. The Viennese then moved to Fortuna Sittard in 1999 and then to FC Groningen in 2002 , where he was under contract until 2004.

After good performances in Groningen, it was enough at the beginning of the 2004/05 season for a change to the host country of the European Football Championship to FC Penafiel in the Portuguese SuperLig . At Penafiel he formed an offensive team with FC Porto legend Ljubinko Drulović .

At the beginning of the 2005/06 season, the Wandervogel was drawn back close to his Austrian homeland, he played briefly for FC Sopron in Hungary. Alongside Luigi Sartor and Giuseppe Signori , Landerl was the third well-known legionnaire to be signed by the ambitious Hungarians this season.

In January 2006 Landerl returned to Austria, initially to VfB Admira Wacker Mödling . After the relegation of Admira in the 2005/06 season, he was obliged by the Grazer AK during the 2006 summer break . Due to the bankruptcy of the GAK in 2007, he moved back to Admira for the 2007/08 season, which had since been relegated to the Regionalliga-Ost.

In the summer of 2008 he moved back to the first Slovak league to DAC Dunajská Streda and scored a goal in the first championship game against Spartak Trnava . At the end of the series, however, coach Werner Lorant withdrew his trust more and more, and so he found himself partly in the second team of Dunajská. Thereupon he dissolved his contract in the winter after 8 missions and one goal.

As a result, he moved back to Austria in the spring of 2009 to ASK Schwadorf in the 2. Landesliga Ost .

On June 2, 2009, he announced another move abroad to the German Regionalliga Nord for VfB Lübeck . There he should replace the resigned Dietmar Hirsch as a leading player. After 2 years he left VfB Lübeck on June 30, 2011 and played from the 2011/12 season at SV St.Margarethen in the Burgenland League.

Landerl describes himself as a " passionate legionnaire ".

In the national team

In the game against Germany , which took place in Leverkusen on February 18, 2002 and ended with a 6-2 win for the hosts, Landerl made his only appearance for the Austrian national soccer team .

The Viennese injured his shoulder in a duel with Sebastian Deisler . For Deisler, however, this duel had the more serious consequences, as he was unable to take part in the 2002 World Cup due to the serious knee injury he suffered in this incident .

Career as a coach

In the 2011/12 season, in addition to his work as a player at SV St. Margarethen, Landerl also worked as an individual trainer at the Admira Wacker Mödling Academy . At the end of November 2012 he took over the team at SV St. Margarethen as player-coach .

For the 2013/14 season he took over the second team of FC Admira Wacker Mödling, who played in the third-class Regionalliga Ost , as head coach. In August 2014 he began training for the UEFA PRO license , which he successfully completed in November 2015.

For the 2016/17 season Landerl took over the regional league team of VfB Lübeck . He received a two-year contract dated June 30, 2018. Under him, VfB consistently finished in the top four in the following seasons, although VfL Wolfsburg II narrowly missed the championship in the 2018/19 season with three points . In mid-April 2020, the Austrian's contract, which now ran until June of that year, was extended for another year. The 2019/20 season was interrupted and later canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in March. At this point in time, VfB Lübeck was in 1st place after 25 games and was declared champion and promoted to the third division , as the northern relay was the direct promoter this season.


As a player
As a trainer

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. "Brückner appears like a father figure"
  2. Rolf Landerl landed at FC Groningen , accessed on April 18, 2010
  3. Article about moving to Lübeck
  4. Lübeck: From promotion to relegation candidate? ( Memento from May 11, 2011 in the Internet Archive )
  5. ^ VfB: Half the team is leaving
  6. "Deisler is out for six months"
  7. ^ SV St. Margarethen: Rolf Landerl new coach
  8. New trainer for SV Sankt Margarethen , November 21, 2011, accessed on January 29, 2016.
  9. FC Admira Wacker Mödling: Rolf Landerl is the new junior trainer!  ( Page no longer available , search in web archivesInfo: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. , July 4, 2013, accessed on January 29, 2016.@1@ 2Template: Dead Link /  
  10. ÖFB : Starting shot for the new UEFA professional license 2014/16 , August 19, 2014, accessed on January 29, 2016.
  11. ^ VfB Lübeck: Rolf Martin Landerl will be the new head coach , January 29, 2016, accessed on January 29, 2016.
  12. Contract until 2021: Rolf Landerl enters the fifth year ,, accessed on April 17, 2020