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FC Liefering is an Austrian association football club. It currently plays in the Second League, the second tier of Austrian football. Since 2012, Liefering has been a feeder club for Austrian Football Bundesliga side FC Red Bull Salzburg.[1]

FC Liefering
FC Liefering logo.png
Full nameFussballclub Liefering
Founded20 May 1947; 72 years ago (1947-05-20)
as USK Anif
GroundUntersberg-Arena, Grödig
OwnerRed Bull GmbH
ManagerGerhard Struber, Janusz Góra
LeagueAustrian Football Second League
2018–19Austrian Football Second League, 10th
WebsiteClub website
Historical chart of USK Anif and Liefering league performance
FC Liefering squad league match vs. Austria Klagenfurt (1. Juni 2019)

In December 2011 Red Bull Salzburg signed a cooperation with FC Pasching (Regionalliga Mitte) and USK Anif (Regionalliga West). The coach of the Juniors, Gerald Baumgartner, left Salzburg and became new coach of FC Pasching. Also players went to Pasching and Anif. After the 2011/12 season the new coach Peter Hyballa left the club and became new head coach of SK Sturm Graz. Lieferings ongoing presence in the Erste Liga continues to create unrest, with average an attendance of sub 500, many people believe the club isn't good for the league. However the club promotes youth and has been a key factor in FC Red Bull Salzburgs 2016/17 UEFA Youth League side, who would ultimately go on to win the tournament.



From the 2012/13 season the club, formerly known as USK Anif, changed its name to FC Liefering. Liefering are sometimes called Red Bull Liefering as they adapted the jerseys and team colors from Red Bull Salzburg and RB Leipzig. In the 2012/13 season they won the Regionalliga West and after two relegation matches they were promoted to the First league.

They are the farm team of FC Red Bull Salzburg. Because they play under the licence of USK Anif, Liefering are eligible for promotion to Bundesliga. In their first year, they finished 3rd, in the 2014/15 season they finished 2nd.

In June 2015 coach Peter Zeidler left the team and became coach of FC Red Bull Salzburg. He was succeeded by Thomas Letsch, who also followed Zeidler to Salzburg for two matches after Zeidler was fired there.

As feeder club the team became very young. In the next two seasons the average age of the team was under twenty years. Players like Samuel Tetteh or Gideon Mensah came to Salzburg from Ghana, other talented players came from the Red Bull Football Academy like Hannes Wolf or Luca Meisl.

In the 2016/17 season FC Red Bull Salzburg (U19) won the UEFA Youth League. Most of the players came from Liefering.

Season Final place Goals Points League
2012/13 1 94:23 74 3rd league
2013/14 3 72:48 57 2nd league
2014/15 2 70:55 56 2nd league
2015/16 4 65:49 57 2nd league
2016/17 2 58:49 60 2nd league
2017/18 5 58:44 55 2nd league
2018/19 10 58:44 35 2nd league


Regionalliga West


  • Champions: 1978–79*

Austrian Landesliga

  • Champions: 1988–89*

Salzburger Liga

  • Champions: 1988–89*, 1992–93*, 2002–03*, 2006–07*

1. Klasse Nord

  • Champions: 1965*, 1974*

2. Klasse B

  • Champions: 1950*

Salzburg Cup

  • Winners: 1978*

Salzburg Indoor Cup

  • Winners: 1990*, 2001*, 2002*, 2005*, 2009*

* as USK Anif

Current squadEdit

As of 24 June, 2018[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2   DF Fabian Windhager
4   DF Amar Dedić
5   DF Bryan Okoh
6   DF Peter Pokorný
7   FW René Hellermann
9   FW Chukwubuike Adamu
11   MF Luis Phelipe
13   MF Nicolas Seiwald
14   MF Tobias Berger
15   MF Maurits Kjaergaard
17   MF Nikola Stosic
18   DF Alois Oroz
19   FW Ogulcan Bekar
20   MF Tobias Anselm
No. Position Player
21   FW Benjamin Sesko
22   DF Jusuf Gazibegović
23   FW Karim Adeyemi
24   MF Kim Jung-min
25   MF Luka Sucic
27   MF Alexander Prass
28   MF Sebastian Aigner
30   GK Adam Stejskal
31   GK Daniel Antosch
32   DF Abdourahmane Barry
37   MF Csaba Bukta
40   DF Wallison
42   FW David Affengruber
44   GK Kilian Schröcker

Out on loanEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
  FW Anderson Niangbo (to Wolfsberger AC)

Coaching staffEdit

Position Staff
Head coach   Bo Svensson
Assistant coach  Michael Feichtenbeiner
Assistant coach   Fabio Ingolitsch
Goalkeeping coach   Heinz Arzberger


  1. ^ "FC Liefering Homepage". Archived from the original on 15 October 2013. Retrieved 5 May 2013. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)
  2. ^ "Team". FC Liefering (in German). Retrieved 18 March 2017.

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