Regionalliga Austríaca

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A Áustria Regional League é o terceiro nível do futebol da Áustria, após a Austria Bundesliga e a Erste Liga. O torneio é dividido em três conferências: Leste, cobrindo estados de Viena, Baixa Áustria e Burgenland; Central, cobrindo Estíria; Caríntia, Alta Áustria e o Tirol Oriental. E Oeste, cobrindo Salzburg, Tirol e Vorarlberg.[1]

História[editar | editar código-fonte]

A Competição acontece desde 1949-1950 conhecida como Tauernliga e Arlbergliga, e em 1959-1960, passa a ter este formato como Regionalliga e Alpenliga.

Campeões[editar | editar código-fonte]

Ano Leste Regionalliga Central Regionalliga Oeste Regionalliga
(Ano) (Regionalliga Ost) (Regionalliga Mitte) (Regionalliga West)
1960 1. Schwechater SC SV Stickstoff Linz ---
1961 SK Admira Wien Kapfenberger SV Salzburger AK 1914
1962 SC Wacker Wien SK Austria Klagenfurt SV Austria Salzburg
1963 1. Wiener Neustädter SC Kapfenberger SV FC Dornbirn 1913
1964 SC Wacker Wien SK Sturm Graz FC Wacker Innsbruck
1965 1. Simmeringer SC Wien SK Austria Klagenfurt SV Austria Salzburg
1966 SC Wacker Wien SK Sturm Graz SC Schwarz-Weiß Bregenz
1967 SC Eisenstadt WSG Radenthein SV Austria Salzburg
1968 SC Wacker Wien WSV Donawitz WSG Wattens
1969 First Vienna FC 1894 Wien SK VÖEST Linz FC Dornbirn 1913
1970 1. Simmeringer SC Wien WSG Radenthein SC Schwarz-Weiß Bregenz
1971 SC Eisenstadt WSV Donawitz SK Bischofshofen
1972 ESV Admira Wiener Neustadt SK Austria Klagenfurt SC Schwarz-Weiß Bregenz
1973 1. Simmeringer SC WSG Radenthein FC Rätia Bludenz
1974 SV Heid Stockerau Kapfenberger SV FC Dornbirn 1913
1975 SC Tulln --- ---
1976 Kremser SC --- ---
1977 ASV Kittsee --- ---
1978 Favoritner AC Wien --- USK Anif
1979 SV Heid Stockerau --- SpG Innsbruck
1980 SC Neusiedl 1919 --- Salzburger AK 1914
1981 --- --- ASK Salzburg
1982 --- --- IG Bregenz/Dornbirn
1983 --- --- SC Kufstein
1984 --- --- USV Salzburg
1985 1. Schwechater SC --- IG Bregenz/Dornbirn II
1986 VfB Union Mödling --- SC Kufstein
1987 VSE St. Pölten --- USV Salzburg
1988 SV Stockerau --- FC Dornbirn 1913
1989 ASV Austria Vösendorf --- WSG Wattens
1990 SR Donaufeld Wien --- FC Salzburg
1991 Favoritner AC Wien --- SC Rheindorf Altach
1992 SV Oberwart --- ASVÖ FC Puch bei Hallein
1993 1. Wiener Neustädter SC --- FC Kufstein
1994 ASK Klingenbach --- SC Austria Lustenau
1995 Favoritner AC Wien SAK Klagenfurt WSG Wattens
1996 SV Stockerau TSV Hartberg SC Schwarz-Weiß Bregenz
1997 ASK Kottingbrunn SK Eintracht Wels SC Rheindorf Altach
1998 SC Untersiebenbrunn SK Austria Klagenfurt/VSV SV Wörgl
1999 SC Untersiebenbrunn TSV Hartberg WSG Wattens
2000 SV Mattersburg BSV Bad Bleiberg FC Lustenau 07
2001 ASK Kottingbrunn ASKÖ Pasching FC Lustenau 07
2002 Wiener Sportklub Kapfenberger SV FC Hard
2003 SV Schwechat FC Blau-Weiß Linz SPG WSG Wattens/FC Wacker Tirol
2004 SC-ESV Parndorf 1919 FC Gratkorn SC Rheindorf Altach
2005 FK Austria Wien Amateure SC Schwanenstadt FC Kufstein
2006 SC-ESV Parndorf 1919 TSV Hartberg FC Lustenau 07
2007 ASK Schwadorf SV Bad Aussee Red Bull Salzburg Amateure
2008 SKN St. Pölten 1. FC Vöcklabruck SV Grödig
2009 First Vienna FC TSV Hartberg FC Dornbirn
2010 FC Waidhofen/Ybbs Wolfsberger AC SV Grödig
2011 SC-ESV Parndorf 1919 LASK Juniors Red Bull Juniors
2012 SV Horn Grazer AK WSG Wattens
2013 SC-ESV Parndorf 1919 LASK Linz FC Liefering
2014 FAC Team für Wien LASK Linz SV Austria Salzburg


Referências

  1. [ http://www.regionalliga.at Sitio Oficial]