SC Team Wiener Linien

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SC Team Wiener Linien
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Basic data
Surname Sports club team Wiener Linien
Seat Vienna - favorites
founding 1974
Colours Red White
president Walter Anderle
Board Andreas Feldhofer (Chairman)
Kurt Seifert sen. (Vice Chairman)
First soccer team
Head coach Herbert Gager
Venue Rax place
Places 1,000
league Regional League East
2019/20 6th place (canceled)

The SC Team Wiener Linien is an Austrian football club from Vienna , playing in Favoriten . The SC Team Wiener Linien currently plays in the Regionalliga Ost , the third highest division in Austria. It is the merger of the former second division clubs SV Straßenbahn and SC Gaswerk .


The SC Team Wiener Linien goes back to the 1974 merger of SC Gaswerk Wien and KSV Straßenbahn Wien.

SC Gasworks (1928–74)

The SC Gaswerk Wien was founded in 1928 as a company sports club in Sankt Veit and soon developed into one of the most successful clubs in the VAFÖ . In 1931 the club became champions of the VAFÖ league for the first time after a 7-1 victory in the last round over Humanitas-Heizwerk and was able to repeat these triumphs in 1932 and 1933. After the dissolution of the VAFÖ, the club was only able to continue its old successes at the end of the 1940s. With later national players like Leopold Barschandt , the championship in the 2nd class of Vienna succeeded in 1947 and the associated promotion to the second class Vienna league. Gaswerk remained in second class until the state league reform in 1949/50 and then played continuously in the third class Vienna league until 1962.

SV tram (1912-74)

The SV Straßenbahn Wien was founded in 1912 and played for the first time with the later wonder team player Schurl Braun in 1922/23 until the introduction of professionalism in 1923/24 , which the tram did not join as a company sports club. Tram also joined the VAFÖ and also plays in the VAFÖ league at times. After the dissolution of the VAFÖ, the tram under the new name Wiener Sportvereinigung in 1934/35 re-entered the II. League of the ÖFB and remained, from 1936 again under the traditional name, until its relegation in 1946/47 in the second division. The greatest success was winning 1st class Vienna B in 1940/41 and the associated achievement of relegation to the first division. However, this was just lost 2: 2 and 0: 1 to Post SV Wien . At that time, 5,000 spectators came to the playoffs on Helfort Square. Tram remained a regular member of the third-class Viennese league until 1965 and produced two national players, Walter Gebhardt and Hans Krankl, who later became famous.

Gas works / tram (1974-2005)

In 1974 the two clubs merged as gas works / trams and from then on played on the Raxplatz of the trams. Gaswerk had previously played its home games on the ASKÖ-X-Platz, now called Franz-Horr-Stadion . After another merger of gas works / trams with earthworks in July 1974, the team also appeared several times as gas works / earthworks.

The greatest success of Gaswerk / Tram was the championship title in the city league in the 1987/88 season, which meant promotion to the Regionalliga Ost. The league could not be made in the following season.

Gaswerk-Straßenbahn continued to play in the Vienna City League until 1998, before entering the lower league A (today the upper league).

SC Team Wiener Linien

In 2005 the syndicate was dissolved after the exit of the "Gaserer" and today's SC Team Wiener Linien was founded. After successfully completing the 2006/2007 season in 1st class A Vienna, SC Team Wiener Linien played in the 2007/2008 season in the Oberliga A Vienna, the fifth highest division. In 2009/10 he was promoted to the Vienna City League, the fourth highest division in Austria.

In the 2017/18 season, the club under long-term coach Josef Schuster secured the championship title in the Viennese league with three points ahead of ASK Elektra , who was still in the lead after the first half of the season, and rose to the Regionalliga Ost and thus returned to the third highest performance level back. The squad consisted of the following players: Leopold Figl, David Djurdjevic, Maximilian Sulek, Ertan Uzun, Ajdin Lubenovic, Marvin Kral, Thomas Zankl, Daniel Djordjevic, Clinton Bangura, Philipp Herout, Arian Assim, Mario Lassmann, Mustafa Atik, Mostafua Karami , Dominik Jovanovic, Lukas Grgic, Manuel Bauer, Zoran Marinovic, Gerald Lintner, Patrick Koch, Philipp Tannert, Marcus Hauke, Marco Elbl, Ismael Minoungou and Jasmin Delic. With Jasmin Delic, who scored 34 goals, the Wiener Linien team also provided the top scorer.

Combat team

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Trainer Herbert Gager (left). Assistant coach Pero Brnic (right).

Coaching team

As of August 23, 2020

function Surname Date of birth nationality with the club
Last club
Trainer Herbert Gager 09/18/1969 AustriaAustria 07/2019 FC Marchfeld Mannsdorf
Assistant coach Pero Brnic 08/24/1979 AustriaAustria 07/2019 FC Marchfeld Donauauen
Assistant coach Mario Weissinger 1989 AustriaAustria 07/2019 Youth coach
Goalkeeper coach Thomas Niggl 09/01/1986 AustriaAustria 07/2015 was a player

Current squad

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SC Wiener Neustadt vs.  Team Wiener Linien 20190803 (59) .jpg

Captain Jasmin Delic (left). Defender Aleksandar Milenković (right).

As of August 23, 2020

01 AustriaAustria Ertan Uzun
01 AustriaAustria Felix Egger
23 AustriaAustria Nikola Veselinovic
02 AustriaAustria Filip Drljepan
03 AustriaAustria Lukas Grgic
04th SerbiaSerbia Aleksandar Milenković
05 CroatiaCroatia Matej Miličević
13 AustriaAustria Andreas Bauer
22nd AustriaAustria Dario Grgic
24 AustriaAustria Ajdin Lubenovic
06th AustriaAustria David Rajkovic
08th AustriaAustria Tobias Winkler
10 AustriaAustria Daniel Sudar
14th AustriaAustria Brooklyn Prela
15th AustriaAustria Patrick Mijatovic
17th AustriaAustria Filip Markovic
18th AustriaAustria Manuel Gager
26th AustriaAustria Josip Francesevic
30th CroatiaCroatia Robert Lalić
07th AustriaAustria Dominik Eichinger
09 Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia and Herzegovina Jasmin Delic
11 AustriaAustria Michael Finlicher
12 AustriaAustria Aldin Ibrahimovic
16 AustriaAustria Oktay Yendi
19th AustriaAustria Alexander Unterreiner
21st CroatiaCroatia Antonio Prančević

Web links

Commons : SC Team Wiener Linien  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Ambrosius Kutschera: Football in Austria. Retrieved November 29, 2018 .
  2. Trainer (accessed on August 23, 2020)
  3. Kampfmannschaft - Kader (accessed on 23 August 2020)

Coordinates: 48 ° 9 ′ 51.5 ″  N , 16 ° 21 ′ 57.3 ″  E