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FC Petržalka is a Slovak football club based in Bratislava. The club was founded in 1898 and it competed in the group stage of the 2005–06 UEFA Champions League. But it lost its owner (whos company took over piece of land under their stadium for sommercial building-up[1]) and main sponsor and stadium in the summer 2008, so after the 2009–10 season the team was relegated from the top-tier Corgoň Liga to the Slovak Second Division after finishing last. Two years later, after the 2011–12 season it was relegated again, to the Slovak Third Division. In 2014, due to severe financial problems, the team was dissolved after the season 2013–14. After quick refound of the Petržalka club during the summer of 2014 it was filed to the lowest division (Slovak Fifth League) under the name FC Petržalka akadémia.[2] After three consecutive promotions it plays the Slovak Second Division in 2018–19.

FC Petržalka
FC Petržalka logo
Full nameFC Petržalka
Nickname(s)Engerau
ZeŤéEska
Bielo-čierni
Founded7 June 1898; 120 years ago (1898-06-07)
as Pozsonyi Torna Egyesület
GroundŠtadión FC Petržalka,
Petržalka, Slovakia
Capacity3,000 (1,000 seated)
PresidentMarek Mojto
Head coachMiroslav Mentel
LeagueII. liga
2017–18III. liga (Bratislava), 1st (promoted)
WebsiteClub website

The club plays its home matches at its own new stadium with estimated capacity of 3000 (1000 seated). The club's old home ground, Štadión Petržalka, was demolished.[3] The team wears white and black striped shirts.

The football club founded in 1898,from the previous sport club PTE(Pozsonyi Torna Egylet) wchich was grounded in 1880, initially played in the regional Hungarian league.[4] The club has been known by 17 names in its history, including Artmedia Bratislava (after their advertising agency sponsors).[5] Artmedia were members of the top flight Slovak league from its inception in 1993 until 2010. The club achieved its biggest success in the mid-2000s (decade), while playing under the coach Vladimír Weiss.[6] The club won the Corgoň Liga title in 2005 and later qualified for the group stage of the Champions League, where it achieved the biggest success of all the Slovak clubs. Later, in 2008 the club won the double, but during the next season most of the squad left the club.[3][7]

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Names & logos of the clubEdit

Year Occurrence Name Logo
07. 06. 1898 Founded as Pozsonyi Torna Egyesület
(Pozsonyi TE or P.T.E. or PTE)
1939 Renamed Engerau Pressburg
1945 Renamed ŠK Petržalka
(Športový klub Petržalka)
1949 Renamed ZŠJ Kovosmalt Petržalka
(Základná športová jednota Kovosmalt Petržalka)
1953 Renamed TJ Spartak Kovosmalt Bratislava
(Telovýchovná jednota Spartak Kovosmalt Bratislava)
1963 Renamed TJ Považské Strojárne Bratislava
(Telovýchovná jednota Považské Strojárne Bratislava)
1965 Renamed SKS Petržalka
(Spartak Kovosmalt Petržalka)
1976 Renamed TJ ZŤS Petržalka
(Telovýchovná jednota Závody ťažkého strojárstva Petržalka)
 
03. 07. 1986 Merged with TJ Internacionál Slovnaft Bratislava to form TJ Internacionál Slovnaft ZŤS Bratislava-Petržalka
(Telovýchovná jednota Internacionál Slovnaft Závody ťažkého strojárstva Bratislava-Petržalka)
16. 06. 1990 Dissolution of the merger and renamed TJ ZTS Petržalka
(Telovýchovná jednota Združený telovýchovný spolok Petržalka)
1990 Renamed 1. FC Hydronika Petržalka
(Prvý futbalový club Hydronika Petržalka)
1991 Renamed 1. FC Petržalka
(Prvý futbalový club Petržalka)
1993 Renamed FK Artmedia Petržalka
(Futbalový klub Artmedia Petržalka)
2004 Renamed FC Artmedia Bratislava
(Football Club Artmedia Bratislava)
2005 integration of FK Rapid Bratislava
2007 Renamed FC Artmedia Petržalka
(Football Club Artmedia Petržalka)
05. 06. 2009 Renamed MFK Petržalka
(Mestský futbalový klub Petržalka)
20. 04. 2010 Founded new PLC FC Petržalka 1898
(Football Club Petržalka 1898)
2010[A] Renamed
14. 06. 2014[B] Filed for bankruptcy
30. 04. 2014[C] Refoundation as FC Petržalka akadémia
(Football Club Petržalka akadémia)
 
2017 Renamed FC Petržalka
(Football Club Petržalka)
 
Notes
  1. ^ MFK Petržalka sold by Ivan Kmotrík to FC Petržalka 1898, a.s., for 1 euro[8]
  2. ^ On 14 June 2014 the Court decided about filing for bankruptcy. On 18 August 2014 the Court stopped the case due to the lack of property of the club.[9][10]
  3. ^ On 30 April 2014 the new residents' association has been founded - FC Petržalka Akadémia.[11]

HistoryEdit

2005 – 2006 European campaignEdit

They famously reached the lucrative group stages of the UEFA Champions League in 2005–06 after wins over Kairat Almaty, Celtic and Partizan Belgrade. They beat Almaty 4–3 on aggregate in the 1st qualifying round despite a 2–0[12] defeat in the first leg since they won second leg by 4–1[13] after extra time with decisive goal in the injury time of extra time - the 121st minute of the game.[14] However it was on 27 July 2005 that they made their mark on the tournament, producing one of the shock results of Champions League history as they beat 2003 UEFA Cup finalists and 1967 European Cup winners Celtic 5–0[15] in the first leg of their Champions League 2nd qualifying round match. Just like in the previous round (against Kairat), Petržalka scored the decisive goal in the injury time again - Halenár scored 5th goal of the game and completed his hat-trick in the 92nd minute of the match.[16] The stunned Celtic side could not quite recover, only managing to win the return leg 4–0, and Artmedia held on to progress in the tournament. On 23 August 2005 they clinched a place in the group stages after overcoming Serbian club Partizan Belgrade 4–3 on penalties after a 0–0 aggregate scoreline thus becoming the second Slovak club after 1. FC Košice in 1997–98 to reach the coveted Champions League proper. Their success was even more remarkable considering Artmedia's entire annual budget is just over £1m.

Artmedia also made history by becoming one of the first two clubs ever to advance from the first qualifying round into the Champions League group stage. The other club to do so was 2004–05 winners Liverpool, who were given a special entry into the first qualifying round of the 2005–06 event, and joined Artmedia in the group stage.

Artmedia played their Champions League fixtures at the Tehelné pole ground of crosstown rivals Slovan Bratislava because their own ground does not meet UEFA standards for Champions League play.

On 28 September 2005, Artmedia made history once again by becoming the first Slovak side to collect a point in the Champions League group stage (in the eighth attempt by a Slovak side to do so). In another famous upset, they came back from a 2–0 first-half deficit to defeat 2004 Champions League winners Porto 3–2 at Porto's home ground.

Eventually, they finished third in the group, parachuting them into the UEFA Cup, but not before missing a late chance to score a goal in the return fixture against Porto that would have sent them to the round of 16 at Rangers' expense.

In December 2005 the goalkeeper Juraj Čobej underwent a complicated brain surgery attempting to remove a malign tumor. Fortunately, he has fully recovered and has already stood a firm ground in goal during the first rounds of the 2006–07 season.

Artmedia lost the home leg of their UEFA Cup round of 32 tie with Levski Sofia 1–0 and were knocked out of the tournament after an away defeat of 2–0.

After the successful season the coach Vladimír Weiss left to FC Saturn Ramenskoe.[17] Several players left the club, among others Ján Ďurica to FC Saturn Ramenskoe, Balázs Borbély to 1. FC Kaiserslautern and Blažej Vaščák to Treviso FBC.

2008 – 2014 decline of PetržalkaEdit

 
MFK Petržalka fans in Turin

The club reassigned Vladimír Weiss as head coach for the 2007–08 season. Some of the players came back, the club's captain Ján Kozák returned from a loan at WBA, Aleš Urbánek, Branislav Fodrek and Branislav Obžera returned, and the new faces in the club, among others, included Czech fullback Radek Dosoudil, Brazilian midfielder Cléber and Czech striker Zbyněk Pospěch.

The club went on to win the title in the Slovak league for the second time, beating rivals MŠK Žilina in the important matches and in the final table as well. Before the new season the club owner Ivan Kmotrík and the main sponsor left the club, which left later impact on the team. During the UEFA Champions League 2008-09 qualification round Artmedia won over Valletta F.C. and Tampere United, but lost to Juventus, with which the club suffered 0–4 loss in the first leg and later only drew 1–1. During the next stages several players left the club (4 of them to local rivals ŠK Slovan Bratislava).[3]

Prior to the 2009–10 season a huge number of players left the club, most of them were replaced by youngsters and players from the Inter Bratislava.[18]

After a decent first half of the season, where MFK Petržalka played in the region of sixth place, the team fell apart in the second half of the season, and eventually the club were relegated at the end of the season.

Season 2010-11 spent Petržalka in the 2nd division (1. liga) and team finished the season on the 3rd place. But next season was last for Petržalka in the 2nd division for a long time. After the last place in the table was relegated to the regional championships for 2012-13. In the 3rd division (3. liga) was Petržalka at the bottom half of the table. After 11th place in 2012-13 was 14th in the 2013-14 and due to the financial problems and debts was dissolved after the season finished and lost its place in the 3rd division.

2014 – 2018 new era of Petržalka beganEdit

During the summer of 2014 was in Petržalka found the successor of the traditional club - team FC Petržalka akadémia. This club applied for the 5th division (5. liga) and in its premiere season 2014-15 has won the competition. Due to the reorganisation of divisions in Slovak football did't get the promotion at that year. Season 2015-16 Petržalka started 5th division horrible - in 6 games they suffered 4 losses got only 6 points. But after noticeable serie without loss they won the 5. liga again and promoted to the 4th one. In 2016-17 Petržalka started the competiotion in the 4. liga similar way as it finished the previous one. Petržalka suffered the first and only loss of the season in its 27th match which means that Petržlaka was unbeatable for 46 consecutive competitive league matches from loss at FA Bratislava (2-3) until loss at Veľké Leváre (0-1) in the 27th round of 2016-17. After 25 wins in 30 matches Petržalka won the 4. liga and promoted to the 3rd division for 2017-18 season. Since the beginning of the 3rd division 2017-18 was Petržalka among the candidates for promotion to the 2nd division. After unbeaten autumnt part of the season was Petržalka on the 2nd place during winter break behind Rohožník with the same point level. Decisive match came in the beginning of the spring part of the season. Petržalka beat Rohožník at home 3-0 and got the advantage in the table. In addition, Petržalka has won 15 out of last 16 games in the 3rd division (they lost only at field of reserve team of city rivals Slovan U21 0-1 in the game, which had Slovan U21 in the line-up 5 players from the first team including former national players Róbert Vittek and Kornel Saláta[19]) and in the 29th round clinched promotion after win in Most 5-0 and return to 2nd division after 2209 days.[20]

2018 – back in the 2nd tierEdit

On 20 July played Petržalka its 1st match in the 2nd division after 6 years and in the first game after promotion reached its 1st win. The 1st goal in the 2nd division was scored by Erik Prekop, who came to the club for 1-year loan from AS Trenčín just two days before the match. Petržalka beat FC LOKOMOTÍVA KOŠICE (2-1) in Družstevná pri Hornáde, the home stadium of Košice team. Its 1st home match in the 2nd tier (29 July 2018 against MŠK Žilina B, reserve team of 1st division club MŠK Žilina) was in threat because of administrative problems with their home stadium. Originally it didn't meet all the criteria for the 2nd tier, but some days before the match was finally approved by the Slovenský futbalový zväz, the governing body of (II. liga).

HonoursEdit

DomesticEdit

Czechoslovakia

Slovakia

Slovak League Top GoalscorerEdit

Slovak League Top scorer since 1993–94

Year Winner G
2004–05   Filip Šebo 22
2006–07   Tomáš Oravec 16
1Shared award

League and cup rankingsEdit

Slovak League only (1993–present)

Season Division (Name) Pos./Teams Pl. W D L GS GA P Slovak Cup Europe Top league scorer(s) (Goals)
1993–94 2nd (1.Liga) 4/(16) 30 14 5 11 37 27 33   Jakubec (12)
1994–95 2nd (1.Liga) 3/(12) 30 18 3 9 57 26 57 Quarter-finals   Milan Strelec (16)
1995–96 2nd (1.Liga) 1/(16) 30 19 6 5 54 29 63 1.R   Milan Strelec (16)
1996–97 1st (Mars Superliga) 13/(16) 30 9 8 13 29 49 35 Quarter-finals
1997–98 1st (Mars Superliga) 8/(16) 30 11 6 13 27 28 39 1.R
1998–99 1st (Mars Superliga) 9/(16) 30 11 6 13 37 42 39 1.R   Milan Strelec (6)
  Tomáš Medveď (6)
1999–00 1st (Mars Superliga) 9/(16) 30 11 6 13 43 48 39 Quarter-finals   Tomáš Medveď (14)
2000–01 1st (Mars Superliga) 4/(10) 36 15 9 12 59 55 54 Quarter-finals UI 2.R (  Publikum)   Henrich Benčík (8)
2001–02 1st (Mars Superliga) 7/(10) 36 11 14 11 51 45 47 1.R   Henrich Benčík (12)
2002–03 1st (1. liga) 2/(10) 36 20 7 9 49 32 67 1.R   Ladislav Suchánek (7)
2003–04 1st (Corgoň Liga) 8/(10) 36 10 14 12 43 44 44 Winner UC 1.R (  Bordeaux)   Marek Krejčí (15)
2004–05 1st (Corgoň Liga) 1/(10) 36 20 12 4 64 28 72 5. R (F)
Runner-Up
UC Q2 (  Dnipro)   Filip Šebo (22)
2005–06 1st (Corgoň Liga) 2/(10) 36 23 5 8 58 33 74 4. R (1/2F) CL
UC
Group stage (H), 3rd
R32 (  Levski)
  Lukáš Hartig (8)
  Branislav Fodrek (8)
2006–07 1st (Corgoň Liga) 2/(16) 36 21 6 9 67 49 69[A] 5. R (1/2F) UC 1.R (  Espanyol)   Tomáš Oravec (16)
2007–08 1st (Corgoň Liga) 1/(12) 33 27 3 3 77 30 84 6. R
Winner
UC 1.R (  Panathinaikos)   Juraj Halenár (16)
2008–09 1st (Corgoň Liga) 6/(12) 33 12 11 10 50 38 47 6. R (F)
Runner-Up
CL
UC
Q3 (  Juventus)
1.R (  S.C. Braga)
  Ján Kozák jr. (7)
  Tomáš Oravec (7)
  Kornel Saláta (7)
  Jakub Sylvestr (7)
2009–10 1st (Corgoň liga) 12/(12) 33 7 8 18 33 51 29 4. R (1/4F) DNS   Andrej Hodek (6)
2010–11 2nd (I. liga) 3/(12) 33 13 12 8 55 36 51 3. R (1/8F) DNS   Radoslav Augustín (14)
2011–12 2nd (II. liga) 12/(12) 33 4 7 22 22 54 19 2. R (1/16F) DNS   Roman Jurkovič (5)
2012–13 3rd (Keno 10 III. liga Západ) 11/(16) 30 10 6 14 30 43 36 2. R (1/16F) DNS   František Hečko (5)
  Marián Kolony (5)
2013–14 3rd (TIPOS III. liga Západ) 14[B]/(16) 30 9 5 16 40 52 26−6[C] 2. R (1/16F) DNS   Oliver Špilár (6)
2014–15 5th (V. liga – OFZ BA-mesto) 1/(10) 27 22 0 5 94 48 66 DNS DNS   Tomáš Medveď (20)+3 in contumated matches
2015–16 5th (V. liga – OFZ BA-mesto) 1/(14) 26 20 2 4 89 31 62 DNS DNS   Filip Šebo (9)
  Luka Mašulovič (9)+1 in contumated match
  Jakub Rojko (9)
2016–17 4th (TIPOS IV. liga BA) 1/(16) 30 25 4 1 112 13 79 2. R (1/64F) DNS   Jakub Hronec (21)
2017–18 3rd (TIPOS III. liga BA) 1/(16) 30 25 4 1 101 18 79 4. R (1/16F) DNS   František Lády (21)
2018–19 2nd (II. liga) 8/(16) 29 11 9 9 40 38 42 2. R (1/64F) DNS   Erik Prekop (12)

Updated after matches played on May 19, 2019.

Notes
  1. ^ Including 8 games (4-1-3 11:11 13 pts.) played in basic round robin against the teams placed 9-12, which were not counted later in championships round.
  2. ^ Petržalka didn't fill form of application to III. liga Bratislava for next season because dissolution of debts.[21]
  3. ^ Petržalka got 6 points deduction after the season for unpayed debts to former player Maroš Schustrík.[22]

League and cup statsEdit

Competition Country Appearances Winner Runner-up GP W3 W2 W(OT) W(SO) D L(SO) L(OT) L2 L3 GF GA GD Pts.
1st Division   6 2 2 207 110 45 52 349 229 +120 375
2nd Division   2 66 17 19 30 77 90 -13 70
3rd Division   3 1 90 44 15 31 171 113 +58 141−6
4th Division   1 1 30 25 4 1 112 13 +99 79
5th Division   2 2 53 42 2 9 183 79 +104 128
Slovak Cup   13 1 2 48 30 14–2 6 15–6 12 95 51 +44 96
Slovak Super Cup(1993-2016)   2 1 1 2 1 0 1 4 3 +1 3
Champions League(1992–present) 2 18 6 1 14–3 6 5 25 24 +1 27
European Champion Clubs' Cup(1955-1992)
Europa League(2009–present)
UEFA Cup(1971-2009) 5 18 4 4 10 19 33 -14 16
Cup Winners' Cup(1960-1999)
UEFA Intertoto Cup(1961-2008)
Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Key – GP: Matches played, W3: Won (awarded 3 pts.), W2: Won (awarded 2 pts.), W(OT): Won (in overtime), W(SO): Won (after shootout), D: Drawn, L(SO): Lost (after shootout), L(OT): Lost (in overtime), L2: Lost (2-points system), L3: Lost (3-points system), GF: Goals For, GA: Goals Against, GD: Goal Difference, Pts: Points.
Note: Only results from following seasons: from 2004–05 to 2017–18 & Slovak Cup 2018–19.

Domestic & European competition historyEdit

Domestic leagueEdit

2000–2010Edit

Season Competition Match Club 1st
match
(home/
away)
Home Away Aggregate Points Opponents'
final
season
ranking
Petržalka's
goal scorers
Result Attendance Result Attendance
2005–06 1st Division
Corgoň Liga
2nd place
M1, M10, M18, M28 Spartak Trnava H 0–2 2–1 4820 5620 3–1 0–1 17310 17033 5–5 6–6 3.     Lukáš Hartig (8)
  Branislav Fodrek (8)
  Ján Kozák jr. (6)
  Juraj Halenár (6)
  Pavol Staňo (6)
  Ľubomír Reiter (5)
  Blažej Vaščák (4)
  Balázs Borbély (3)
  Dušan Sninský (3)
  Ondrej Debnár (2)
  Branislav Obžera (2)
  Martin Mikulič (1)
  Gábor Straka (1)
  Marián Čišovský (1)
  Michal Kubala (1)

Own goals for Petržalka:
  Michal Prokeš (Matador Púchov) (1 OG)

M2, M11, M19, M29 FC Nitra A 1–1 2–0 5725 3755 0–1 2–0 6360 1027 5–2 7–4 5.  
M3, M12, M22, M30 Matador Púchov H 2–0 1–0 1830 1825 2–1 3–1 2150 1130 8–2 12–0 10.  
M4, M13, M25, M31 MŠK Žilina A 1–1 1–2 6320 4925 2–1 1–0 5238 2385 5–4 7–4 4.  
M5, M14, M21, M32 ZTS Dubnica H 2–2 3–2 4820 2165 2–0 1–0 1600 1600 8–4 10–1 8.  
M6, M15, M23, M33 MFK Ružomberok H 2–1 2–0 2450 2855 0–1 0–3 4800 7000 4–5 6–6 1.  
M7, M16, M24, M34 Dukla Banská Bystrica A 2–0 1–0 4820 2725 0–3 0–0 3242 2846 3–3 7–4 6.  
M8, M17, M26, M35 AS Trenčín H 3–0 3–1 1825 5625 1–1 1–3 3642 927 8–5 7–4 7.  
M9, M20, M27, M36 Inter Bratislava A 7–1 1–0 1120 1850 2–1 2–1 1442 2125 12–3 12–0 9.  
FC Artmedia Bratislava Season's summary 36–14 65075 22–19 81857 58–33 74–29 2.
Season's average 2,00–0,78 3615,28 1,22–1,06 4547,61 1,61–0,92 2,06–0,81
2006–07 1st Division
Corgoň Liga
2nd place
M1, M11, M26, M33 MFK Košice A / A 3–0 3–2 5520 410 0–2 3–0 8140 2205 9–4 9–3 5.     Tomáš Oravec (16)
  Juraj Halenár (10)
  Ľubomír Reiter (8)
  Marián Čišovský (6)
  Ján Kozák jr. (4)
  Daniel Tchuř (4)
  Peter Čvirik (3)
  Martin Ďurica (3)
  Ján Najman (2)
  Gábor Straka (2)
  Karim Abdul-Jabbar Guédé (2)
  Roman Konečný (1)
  Lukáš Hartig (1)
  Branislav Obžera (1)
  Pavol Staňo (1)
  Branislav Fodrek (1)

Own goals:
  Peter Čvirik (1 OG)
Own goals for Petržalka:
  Martin Švestka (MŠK Žilina) (1 OG)
  Michal Pančík jr. (Dukla Banská Bystrica) (1 OG)

M2, M12, M27, M34 Slovan Bratislava H / H 4–1 2–0 9500 8850 2–2 1–3 7475 4632 9–6 7–4 3.  
M17, M13 ZTS Dubnica A 2–1 950 1–0 2600 3–1 6–0 10.  
M3, M14, M24, M31 MFK Ružomberok H / A 2–2 1–0 5725 1150 3–1 2–0 3375 3255 8–3 10–1 4.  
M4, M15, M29, M36 Dukla Banská Bystrica A / A 3–0 3–1 1420 420 0–2 1–3 4627 2626 7–6 6–6 7.  
M5, M16, M25, M32 MŠK Žilina H / H 3–2 1–1 5480 8220 0–3 1–6 6093 7000 5–12 4–7 1.  
M6, M18 Spartak Trnava A 1–2 2855 2–1 no spectators 3–3 3–3 9.  
M7, M19 Inter Bratislava H 1–1 3820 0–1 863 1–2 1–4 13.  
M8, M20 AS Trenčín A 4–1 600 0–4 1080 4–5 3–3 12.  
M9, M21, M23, M30 FC Nitra A / H 1–0 1–0 1600 3510 3–0 1–1 2326 1010 6–1 10–1 6.  
M10, M22, M28, M35 FC Senec H / H 3–1 5–2 2860 1800 2–1 2–2 1465 609 12–6 10–1 8.  
FC Rimavská Sobota 0–0 0–0 15.  
Slovan Duslo Šaľa 0–0 0–0 16.  
FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce 0–0 0–0 11.  
ŠK Eldus Močenok 0–0 0–0 14.  
FC Artmedia Bratislava Season's summary 43–17 64690 24–32 59381 67–49 69–33 2.
Season's average 2,39–0,94 3593,89 1,33–1,78 3493,00 2,39–1,75 2,46–1,18
2007–08 1st Division
Corgoň Liga
1st place (national champion)
M1, M12, M23 FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce H 5–0 4–0 4510 2120 3–1 2576 12–1 9–0 11.     Juraj Halenár (16)
  Ján Kozák jr. (11)
  Branislav Fodrek (7)
  Marián Čišovský (7)
  Branislav Obžera (6)
  Tomáš Oravec (5)
  Juraj Piroska (5)
  Karim Abdul-Jabbar Guédé (5)
  Zbyněk Pospěch (5)
  Martin Ďurica (3)
  Kornel Saláta (2)
  Cléber Nascimento da Silva (2)
  Pavol Ďurica (1)
  Aleš Urbánek (1)

Own goals for Petržalka:
  Martin Ondrejka (FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce) (1 OG)

M2, M13, M24 MŠK Žilina A 2–3 4810 0–1 1–0 7125 8435 3–4 3–6 2.  
M3, M14, M25 AS Trenčín H 3–2 1–0 4210 2200 4–1 1100 8–3 9–0 12.  
M4, M15, M26 ŠK Slovan Bratislava H 2–1 2–1 9000 7800 2–1 2227 6–3 9–0 5.  
M5, M16, M27 MFK Ružomberok A 3–0 1700 3–0 2–2 4635 4125 8–2 7–1 7.  
M6, M17, M28 MFK Košice H 0–0 1–0 3510 3200 1–0 2500 2–0 7–1 6.  
M7, M18, M29 FC Nitra A 1–0 2800 0–1 3–0 5689 5298 4–1 6–3 3.  
M8, M19, M30 Dukla Banská Bystrica H 6–3 2–1 2830 1500 2–2 1400 10–6 7–1 8.  
M9, M20, M31 FC Senec A 3–1 3200 3–2 5–4 862 1118 11–7 9–0 10.[A]  
M10, M21, M32 Spartak Trnava H 3–1 2–1 9000 3800 2–0 10850 7–2 9–0 4.  
M11, M22, M33 ZTS Dubnica A 1–0 2400 3–1 2–0 2100 940 6–1 9–0 9.  
FC Artmedia Petržalka Season's summary 41–14 68590 36–16 60980 77–30 84–12 1.
Season's average 2,41–0,82 4034,71 2,25–1,00 3811,25 2,33–0,91 2,55–0,36
Moved to Štadión Pasienky, some home matches played on NTC SFZ Senec.
2008–09 1st Division
Corgoň Liga
6th place
M1, M12, M22 Tatran Prešov H 1–0 3–0 1820 610 0–1 4040 4–1 6–3 7.     Ján Kozák jr. (7)
  Tomáš Oravec (7)
  Kornel Saláta (7)
  Jakub Sylvestr (7)
  Juraj Czinege (3)
  Cléber Nascimento da Silva (2)
  Tomáš Majtán (2)
  Peter Struhár (2)
  Karim Abdul-Jabbar Guédé (2)
  Juraj Halenár (1)
  Branislav Fodrek (1)
  Zbyněk Pospěch (1)
  Juraj Piroska (1)
  Patrik Mráz (1)
  Vojtech Horváth (1)
  Martin Mikulič (1)
  Roman Konečný (1)
  Pavol Ďurica (1)
  Aleš Urbánek (1)
  Tomáš Kóňa (1)
M2, M13, M24 MŠK Žilina H 0–2 0–0 2480 1020 1–3 2320 1–5 1–7 2.  
M3, M14, M25 FC Nitra A 1–1SC 212 2–1 1–1 4160 2647 4–3 5–2 11.  
M11, M15, M26 Spartak Trnava H 1–1 0–0 1412 1475 2–4 3948 3–5 2–5 3.  
M4, M16, M27 Slovan Bratislava A 1–1 3480 1–4 0–2 8858 4752 2–7 1–7 1.  
M5, M17, M28 MFK Košice H 2–3 3–2 750 423 2–1 857 7–6 6–3 4.  
M6, M18, M29 MFK Ružomberok A 2–2SC 285 0–2 0–3 3815 2431 2–7 1–7 5.  
M7, M23, M30 Dukla Banská Bystrica H 1–1SC 1–1 318 326 1–0 1024 3–2 5–2 10.  
M8, M20, M31 MFK Dubnica A 3–0 420 1–2 0–0 1950 1240 4–2 4–4 8.  
M9, M19, M32 DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda H 0–0 3–0 1180 253 4–0 6009 7–0 7–1 9.  
M10, M21, M33 FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce A 5–0 440 5–0 3–0 1340 747 13–0 9–0 12.  
FC Artmedia Petržalka Season's summary 27–14 16904 23–24 50138 50–38 47–41 6.
Season's average 1,59–0,82 994,35 1,44–1,50 3133,63 1,52–1,15 1,42–1,24
Moved to NTC SFZ Senec & then moved back to Štadión Pasienky.
2009–10 1st Division
Corgoň Liga
12th place (relegated)
M1, M12, M23 1. FC Tatran Prešov H 0–1 2–3 688 218 0–2 2100 2–6 0–9 8.     Andrej Hodek (6)
  Tomáš Majtán (4)
  Filip Kiss (4)
  Erik Čikoš (3)
  Marián Tomčák (2)
  Martin Mikulič (2)
  Peter Šedivý (2)
  Pavol Ďurica (2)
  Pavol Sedlák (1)
  Branislav Fodrek (1)
  Peter Fieber jr. (1)
  Jaroslav Machovec (1)
  Lukáš Nachtman (1)
  Filipe Francisco dos Santos "Cafú" (1)

Own goals:
  Lukáš Nachtman (1 OG)
Own goals for Petržalka:
  Giorgij Cimakuridze (MŠK Žilina) (1 OG)
  Peter Bašista (MFK Košice) (1 OG)

M2, M13, M24 MFK Dubnica nad Váhom A 7–0 350 0–0 0–2 1180 1320 7–2 4–4 9.  
M3, M14, M25 FK DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda H 1–0 1–1 1872 350 2–3 5112 4–4 4–4 10.  
M4, M15, M26 FK Dukla Banská Bystrica A 1–1 248 0–3 0–4 2434 1790 1–8 1–7 3.  
M5, M16, M27 FC Nitra H 0–0 3–2 880 220 3–1 959 6–3 7–1 4.  
M6, M17, M28 ŠK Slovan Bratislava A 0–2 1020 1–1 1–1 4454 2198 2–4 2–5 2.  
M7, M18, M29 MŠK Žilina H 1–0 0–4 1025 328 0–2 1998 1–6 3–6 1.  
M8, M19, M30 FC Spartak Trnava A 2–1 600 0–2 1–3 3924 2136 3–6 3–6 7.  
M9, M20, M31 MFK Košice H 3–0 0–0 550 268 0–1 450 3–1 4–4 11.  
M10, M21, M32 MFK Ružomberok A 2–2 180 0–2 0–1 2328 2245 2–5 1–7 5.  
M11, M22, M33 FK Senica H 1–2 1–2 586 450 0–2 1440 2–6 0–9 6.  
MFK Petržalka Season's summary 25–21 9833 8–30 36068 33–51 29–62 12.
Season's average 1,47–1,24 578,41 0,50–1,88 2254,25 1,00–1,55 0,88–1,88
Notes

SC Match played in Senec.

  1. ^ FC Senec was dissolved after the season (2007–2008) and merged with FK DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda which played in the top tier next season (2008–2009).[23]

2010–2020Edit

Season Competition Match Club 1st
match
(home/
away)
Home Away Aggregate Points Opponents'
final
season
ranking
Petržalka's
goal scorers
Result Attendance Result Attendance
Moved to Štadión Rapid Bratislava
2010–11 2nd Division
I. liga
3rd place
M1, M12, M23 FK Bodva Moldava nad Bodvou H 1–1 1–0 820 610 1–1 2900 3–2 5–2 7.     Radoslav Augustín (14)
  Ákos Szarka (7)
  Patrik Johancsik (6)
  Martin Luhový (5)
  Martin Mikulič (5)
  Ivan Schranz (4)
  Maroš Schustrík (3)
  Dominik Štefún (2)
  Martin Švec (1)
  Michal Kozák (1)
  František Hečko (1)
  Marek Moravčík (1)
  Lukáš Hutta (1)

Own goals:
  Martin Mikulič (1 OG)
  Martin Kubala (1 OG)
Own goals for Petržalka:
  Petr Jeníček (LAFC Lučenec) (1 OG)

M2, M13, M24 AS Trenčín H 0–1 0–3 1040 823 1–2 832 1–6 0–9 1.  
M3, M14, M25 FK Púchov A 3–0 cont.[I] not played 1–1 0–1 475 325 4–2 4–4 12.  
M4, M15, M26 LAFC Lučenec H 2–1 4–0 964 830 2–2 930 8–3 7–1 9.  
M5, M16, M27 MFK Dolný Kubín A 5–0 1020 2–2 1–2 720 472 8–4 4–4 8.  
M6, M17, M28 MFK Zemplín Michalovce H 3–1 4–1 1040 350 2–0 2051 9–2 9–0 4.  
M7, M18, M29 MFK Ružomberok "B" A 2–2 640 1–1 0–2 232 218 3–5 2–5 10.  
M8, M19, M30 MŠK Rimavská Sobota H 2–0 2–2 1100 520 0–1 400 4–3 4–4 2.  
M9, M20, M31 MFK Tatran Liptovský Mikuláš A 1–1 800 1–0 2–2 1830 250 4–3 5–2 6.  
M10, M21, M32 Slovan Duslo Šaľa H 3–1 2–1 600 730 1–2 352 6–4 6–3 11.  
M11, M22, M33 ŠK SFM Senec A 3–0 650 2–2 0–0 873 347 5–2 5–2 5.  
FC Petržalka 1898 Season's summary 38–15 12537 17–21 13207 55–36 51–36 3.
Season's average 2,24–0,88 783,56 1,06–1,31 825,44 1,67–1,09 1,55–1,09
2011–12 2nd Division
II. liga
12th place (relegated)
M1, M12, M21 MFK Ružomberok "B" H 1–0 0–1 620 250 0–1 234 1–2 3–6 7.[A]     Roman Jurkovič (5)
  Lukáš Hutta (4)
  Ivan Schranz (2)
  Maroš Schustrík (2)
  Tomáš Hanzel (2)
  Peter Drobňák (2)
  Martin Mikulič (1)
  Martin Luhový (1)
  Michal Kozák (1)
  Martin Švec (1)
  František Hečko (1)

Own goals:
  Martin Švec (1 OG)

M2, M13, M23 TJ Spartak Myjava A 0–5 810 0–1 1–6 1300 975 1–12 0–9 1.  
M3, M14, M24 MFK Dubnica H 2–2 0–3 860 250 0–0 520 2–5 2–5 8.  
M4, M15, M26 MŠK Rimavská Sobota A 3–1 350 1–3 1–3 581 355 5–7 3–6 5.  
M5, M16, M27 FO ŽP Šport Podbrezová H 0–0 0–0 720 280 1–2 575 1–2 2–5 2.  
M6, M17, M28 MFK Zemplín Michalovce H 2–0 0–1 910 420 0–1 790 2–2 3–6 6.  
M9, M18, M29 ŠK SFM Senec A 1–1 720 0–0 0–1 520 387 1–2 2–5 4.  
M7, M22, M30 MFK Tatran Liptovský Mikuláš H 1–2 2–3 760 130 1–2 400 4–7 0–9 10.  
M8, M19, M31 FK Bodva Moldava A 0–1 400 1–1 1–4 800 610 2–6 1–7 9.[B]  
M10, M25, M32 MFK Dolný Kubín H 2–0 1–2 610 220 0–1 400 3–3 3–6 3.  
M11, M20, M33 FK LAFC Lučenec A 0–1 350 0–3 0–2 510 250 0–6 0–9 11.  
FC Petržalka 1898 Season's summary 15–23 8660 7–31 9207 22–54 19–73 12.
Season's average 0,88–1,35 509,41 0,44–1,94 575,44 0,67–1,64 0,60–2,20
Moved to Štadión FC Petržalka
2012–13 3rd Division
Keno 10 III. liga Západ
11th place
M1, M16 FC Nitra juniori H 1–3 402 1–0 150 2–3 3–3 16.     František Hečko (5)
  Marián Kolony (5)
  Ivan Horváth (4)
  Jakub Tomšík (4)
  Marek Plichta (3)
  Roman Jurkovič (2)
  Andrej Hanták (1)
  Martin Kubala (1)
  Tomáš Kamenca (1)
  Zoltán Kontár (1)
  Patrik Juhos (1)
  Michal Habai (1)
  Matej Klenovský (1)
M2, M23 ŠKF Sereď H 2–0 700 2–4 393 4–4 3–3 3.  
M3, M17 OTJ Moravany nad Váhom A 3–0 200 0–3 350 3–3 3–3 12.  
M4, M25 MFK Vrbové H 1–0 670 1–2 195 2–2 3–3 15.  
M5, M18 FKM Nové Zámky A 1–1 280 0–2 414 1–3 1–4 7.  
M6, M19 FK Spartak Vráble H 1–3 540 0–3 420 1–6 0–6 8.  
M7, M20 FK Slovan Levice A 0–2 450 0–2 670 0–4 0–6 4.  
M8, M21 ŠK Slovan Bratislava juniori H 3–0 650 1–1 300 4–1 4–1 2.  
M9, M22 AFC Nové Mesto nad Váhom A 1–0 250 0–2 200 1–2 3–3 10.  
M10, M24 LP Domino Bratislava H 1–1 580 1–0 300 2–1 4–1 14.[C]  
M11, M26 FC Spartak Trnava juniori A 2–1 280 1–4 200 3–5 3–3 1.  
M12, M27 PFK Piešťany H 0–3 420 0–1 200 0–4 0–6 5.  
M13, M28 MFK Topvar Topoľčany A 1–2 480 1–1 220 2–3 1–4 6.  
M14, M29 OFK Dunajská Lužná H 1–0 580 1–1 280 2–1 4–1 9.  
M15, M30 FKS Nemšová A 2–0 450 1–1 100 3–1 4–1 13.  
FC Petržalka 1898 Season's summary 20–16 6932 10–27 4392 30–43 36–48 11.
Season's average 1,33–1,07 462,13 0,67–1,80 292,80 1,00–1,43 1,20–1,60
2013–14 3rd Division
TIPOS III. liga Západ
14th place (dissolved due to financial problems)
M1, M16 FC Horses Šúrovce H 4–0 460 0–2 250 4–2 3–3 7.     Oliver Špilár (6)
  Marián Kolony (5)
  Milan Vukovič (4)
  Miroslav Kaňuk (4)
  Vladimir Gligić (3)
  Ján Nemček (2)
  Tomáš Uhlík (2)
  Jakub Tomšík (2)
  Zoltán Kontár (2)
  Michal Bőhmer (2)
  Timotej Vajdík (1)
  Dominik Tóth (1)
  Peter Mriglot (1)
  Erik Havrila (1)
  Matej Čobik Ferčik (1)
  Peter Čapla (1)
  David Lenghart (1)
  Bohuš Žifčák (1)

Own goals:
  Tomáš Uhlík (1 OG)

M2, M17 ŠKF Sereď H 2–1 630 1–3 367 3–4 3–3 1.  
M3, M18 FK Púchov A 0–2 300 3–0 420 3–2 3–3 13.  
M4, M19 MFK Vrbové H 0–1 430 1–1 200 1–2 1–4 11.  
M5, M20 FKM Nové Zámky A 1–2 320 3–0 330 4–2 3–3 10.  
M6, M21 FK Spartak Vráble H 2–1 530 0–2 350 2–3 3–3 9.  
M7, M22 FK Slovan Levice A 5–0 339 1–0 450 6–0 6–0 15.  
M8, M23 ŠK Slovan Bratislava futbal B H 0–4 700 3–3 200 3–7 1–4 4.  
M9, M24 AFC Nové Mesto nad Váhom A 0–1 280 1–1 250 1–2 1–4 3.  
M10, M25 MFK Skalica H 2–3 567 0–3 350 2–6 0–6 2.  
M11, M26 FK Rača Bratislava A 0–5 200 2–1 400 2–6 3–3 12.  
M12, M27 PFK Piešťany H 5–0 480 2–2 100 7–2 4–1 16.  
M13, M28 MFK Topvar Topoľčany A 1–2 220 0–2 351 1–4 0–6 5.  
M14, M29 OFK Dunajská Lužná H 0–0 520 0–6 300 0–6 1–4 6.  
M15, M30 FKS Nemšová A 1–3 160 0–1 150 1–4 0–6 8.  
FC Petržalka 1898 Season's summary 23–25 6136 17–27 4468 40–52 32−6[D]–53 14.[E]
Season's average 1,53–1,67 409,07 1,13–1,80 297,87 1,33–1,73 1,07–1,77
2014–15 5th Division
V. liga Oblastný futbalový zväz Bratislava-mesto
1st place (did not promote)[28]
M2, M10, M19 ŠK Štart Nepočujúci 1947 Bratislava B A 2–1 250 3–0 6–3 100 80 11–4 9–0 6.[F]     Tomáš Medveď (20)
  Milan Strelec (19)
  Martin Obšitník (6)
  Milan Kusalík (6)
  Ľubomír Orabinec (5)
  Tomáš Uhlík (4)
  Peter Čapla (3)
  Andrej Gendiar (3)
  Jovica Radić (2)
  Vladimír Volečko (2)
  George Allakaj (2)
  Pavel Majdák (2)
  Pavol Sedlák (2)
  František Nespešný (2)
  Andrej Kalina (2)
  Adrián Šimo (1)
  Róbert Vizváry (1)
  Vladimír Kinder (1)
  Vladimír Ďurec (1)
  Peter Lavrinčík (1)
  Peter Martiny (1)

Goals in contumated matches:
  Tomáš Medveď (3)
  Milan Strelec (2)
  Vladimír Kinder (1)
Own goals:
  Peter Lavrinčík (1 OG)
Own goals for Petržalka:
  Roman Lapoš (ŠK Krasňany Bratislava) (1 OG)
  Peter Grach (SDM Domino B) (1 OG)

M1, M11, M20 FC Volkswagen Bratislava A 3–0 3–0 cont.[II] 200
200 (not finished)
1–3 100 7–3 6–3 8.  
M4, M12, M22 FK The Dragons (pitch Bratislava) A 6–4 100 5–2 4–0 20 150 15–6 9–0 10.  
M3, M13, M21 TJ Jarovce Bratislava A 2–1 350 2–0 4–8 220 200 8–9 6–3 3.  
M6, M14, M23 ŠK Krasňany Bratislava H 8–1 6–1 70 120 3–0 cont.[III] 50 17–2 9–0 9.  
M5, M15, M24 TJ Slávia Ekonóm Bratislava A 4–0 150 2–3 6–3 80 150 12–6 6–3 7.  
M7, M16, M25 FA Bratislava H 2–0 2–1 350 1000 1–4 80 5–5 6–3 2.  
M8, M17, M26 FKM Karlova Ves Bratislava A 3–1 330 3–1 0–8 120 100 6–10 6–3 4.  
M9, M18, M27 SDM Domino B (pitch Bratislava) H 6–1 4–1 220 100 3–1 30 13–3 9–0 5.  
FC Petržalka akadémia Season's summary 51–12 3240 43–36 1480 94–48 66–15 1.
Season's average 3,92–0,92 249,23 3,07–2,57 105,71 3,48–1,78 2,44–0,56
2015–16 5th Division
V. liga Oblastný futbalový zväz Bratislava-mesto
1st place (promotion)
M1, M14 TJ Jarovce Bratislava H 2–3 400 3–0 cont.[IV] 251 5–3 3–3 5.     Filip Šebo (9)
  Luka Mašulovič (9)
  Jakub Rojko (9)
  Marián Vacula (8)
  Sven Rybecký (8)
  František Hečko (6)
  Tomáš Uhlík (6)
  Andrej Gendiar (5)
  Róbert Valent (5)
  Peter Lavrinčík (3)
  Alan Zemeš (3)
  Ladislav Benci (2)
  Denis Indrichovič (2)
  Vladimír Sochanič (2)
  Richard Schwartz (1)
  Denis Matovič (1)
  Andrej Kalina (1)
  Roman Beitl (1)
  Peter Čapla (1)
  Peter Lavrinčík jr. (1)
  Dušan Vulin (1)

Goals in contumated matches:
  Luka Mašulovič (1)
Own goals for Petržalka:
  Marek Weber (FK ŠK Danubia Hrubý Šúr) (1 OG)
  Roman Kanis (ŠKO Miloslavov) (1 OG)

M2, M15 ŠK Igram A 2–1 150 0–4 200 2–5 3–3 6.  
M3, M16 OŠK Chorvátsky Grob H 5–1 528 2–1 100 7–2 6–0 10.  
M4, M17 NMŠK 1922 Bratislava A 1–0 1000 0–2 300 1–2 3–3 3.  
M5, M18 ŠK Čataj - futbalový klub H 7–0 360 1–1 150 8–1 4–1 14.  
M6, M19 FA Bratislava A 2–1 819 2–3 200 4–4 3–3 2.  
M7, M20 FKM Karlova Ves Bratislava H 4–3 300 2–1 150 6–4 6–0 8.  
M8, M21 ŠK Nová Dedinka H 2–1 300 2–0 250 4–1 6–0 9.  
M9, M22 FK ŠK Danubia Hrubý Šúr A 2–2 510 4–1 50 6–3 4–1 4.  
M10, M23 FK Dúbravka H 4–1 100 14–1 100 18–2 6–0 12.  
M11, M24 ŠKO Miloslavov A 8–0 460 4–2 100 12–2 6–0 11.  
M12, M25 SDM Domino B (pitch Bratislava) H 5–0 200 3–0 100 8–0 6–0 13.  
M13, M26 TJ Malinovo A 5–2 720 3–0 200 8–2 6–0 7.  
FC Petržalka akadémia Season's summary 49–15 5847 40–16 2151 89–31 62–14 1.
Season's average 3,77–1,15 449,77 3,08–1,23 165,46 3,42–1,19 2,38–0,54
2016–17 4th Division
Tipos IV. liga Bratislava
1st place (promotion)
M1, M16 ŠK Závod H 8–1 756 1–1 350 9–2 4–1 9.     Jakub Hronec (21)
  František Hečko (11)
  Roman Kusý (10)
  Boris Turčák (10)
  Dávid Boďo (9)
  Peter Čapla (8)
  Tomáš Uhlík (8)
  Peter Petráš (7)
  Michal Maco (6)
  Juraj Halenár (5)
  Marek Bončo (2)
  Juraj Piroska (2)
  Adam Semančík (2)
  Robert Matejka (1)
  Alan Zemeš (1)
  Dávid Marko (1)
  Tomáš Pochyba (1)

Own goals for Petržalka:
  Peter Šilhár (OŠK Slovenský Grob) (1 OG)

M2, M17 OŠK Slovenský Grob A 7–0 531 7–1 250 14–1 6–0 13.  
M3, M18 FK Jablonové H 3–0 cont.[V] 300
not played
2–1 200 5–1 6–0 16.  
M4, M19 FK Borinka H 4–1 826 1–0 200 5–1 6–0 8.  
M5, M20 FK Lamač Bratislava A 7–0 725 1–1 450 8–1 4–1 3.  
M6, M21 MFK Rusovce H 3–0 782 1–1 550 4–1 4–1 4.  
M7, M22 ŠK Šenkvice A 5–0 675 5–0 370 10–0 6–0 15.  
M8, M23 SDM Domino (pitch Bratislava) H 4–0 712 2–0 400 6–0 6–0 6.  
M9, M24 TJ Slovan Viničné A 3–0 cont.[VI] not played 11–1 150 14–1 6–0 11.  
M10, M25 FK Karpaty Limbach H 3–0 651 2–1 250 5–1 6–0 5.  
M11, M26 SFC Kalinkovo A 4–0 1143 1–1 300 5–1 4–1 2.  
M12, M27 TJ Veľké Leváre H 6–0 923 0–1 150 6–1 3–3 12.  
M13, M28 TJ Záhoran Jakubov A 5–0 575 2–0 200 7–0 6–0 7.  
M14, M29 ŠK Vrakuňa Bratislava H 7–1 622 4–1 300 11–2 6–0 14.  
M15, M30 TJ Čunovo A 2–0 915 1–0 250 3–0 6–0 10.  
FC Petržalka akadémia Season's summary 71–3 9836 41–10 4370 112–13 79–7 1.
Season's average 4,73–0,20 756,62 2,73–0,67 291,33 3,73–0,43 2,63–0,23
2017–18 3rd Division
Tipos III. liga Bratislava
1st place (promotion)
M1, M19 ŠK Bernolákovo H 5–1 948 2–0 400 7–1 6–0 10.     František Lády (21)
  Boris Turčák (19)
  Dávid Kondrlík (11)
  Juraj Piroska (9)
  Tino Aldán Miguez Cillero (6)
  Tomáš Pochyba (4)
  Lukáš Hutta (4)
  Lukáš Gašparovič (4)
  Maroš Pilát (3)
  František Hečko (3)
  Michal Maco (3)
  Peter Sopúch (2)
  Tomáš Uhlík (1)
  Dominik Košťál (1)
  Valentín Majerčák (1)
  Ivan Minčič (1)
  Matúš Hitka (1)
  Pablo Valls Polonyi (1)
  Patrik Kavoň (1)
  Ladislav Horvát (1)
  Jakub Hrnčár (1)

Own goals for Petržalka:
  Richard Zaduban (ŠK Báhoň) (1 OG)
  Radoslav Kováč (FK Vajnory) (1 OG)
  Tomáš Rišo (Lokomotíva Devínska Nová Ves) (1 OG)

M2, M16 FC Rohožník A 3–0 916 1–1 890 4–1 4–1 2.  
M3, M17 ŠK Báhoň H 7–0 775 2–1 300 9–1 6–0 8.  
M4, M18 OFK Dunajská Lužná A 4–0 1020 1–0 780 5–0 6–0 3.  
M5, M20 ŠK Lozorno, FO H 7–1 617 4–1 450 11–2 6–0 15.  
M6, M21 FK Rača Bratislava A 4–3 1125 1–0 600 5–3 6–0 6.  
M10, M22 ŠK Tomášov H 4–1 733 3–1 450 7–2 6–0 7.  
M7, M23 FK Slovan Ivanka pri Dunaji A 3–1 1138 2–0 130 5–1 6–0 9.  
M8, M24 ŠK Slovan Bratislava futbal B H 1–1 1858 0–1 700 1–2 1–4 4.  
M9, M25 ŠK Svätý Jur A 10–0 532 7–0 200 17–0 6–0 16.  
M11, M26 TJ Rovinka H 1–1 745 2–0 300 3–1 4–1 11.  
M12, M27 FK Vajnory A 6–0 1045 3–0 250 9–0 6–0 14.  
M13, M28 PŠC Pezinok H 2–1 623 3–1 500 5–2 6–0 13.  
M14, M29 FK Slovan Most pri Bratislave H 1–1 567 5–0 500 6–1 4–1 5.  
M15, M30 Lokomotíva Devínska Nová Ves A 5–1 1215 2–0 500 7–1 6–0 12.  
FC Petržalka Season's summary 63–12 13857 38–6 6950 101–18 79–7 1.
Season's average 4,20–0,80 923,80 2,53–0,40 463,33 3,37–0,60 2,63–0,23
2018–19 2nd Division
II. liga
TBD
M1, M16 FC LOKOMOTÍVA KOŠICE (pitch Družstevná pri Hornáde) A 2–2 1005 2–1 700 4–3 4–1 .     Erik Prekop (12)
  Lukáš Gašparovič (6)
  Boris Turčák (5)
  Martin Vician (4)
  Peter Petráš (3)
  Juraj Piroska (2)
  Peter Sopúch (1)
  Alex Iván (1)
  Samuel Kozlovský (1)
  František Lády (1)
  Jozef Sombat (1)
  Denis Horník (1)
  Jakub Nemec (1)

Own goals:
  Jakub Nemec (1 OG)
  Erik Prekop (1 OG)

Own goals for Petržalka:
  Jozef Bujňák (ŠK Odeva Lipany) (1 OG)

M2, M17 MŠK Žilina B H 2–1 1335 0–5 248 2–6 3–3 .  
M3, M18 KFC Komárno A 2–0 960 0–2 855 2–2 3–3 .  
M4, M19 FC ŠTK 1914 Šamorín H 3–0 1005 1–2 510 4–2 3–3 .  
M5, M20 FK Inter Bratislava (pitch Stupava) A 1–1 967 1–2 900 2–3 1–4 .  
M6, M21 FK POHRONIE Žiar nad Hronom Dolná Ždaňa (pitch Žiar nad Hronom) H 1–1 1005 0–2 1536 1–3 1–4 .  
M7, M22 SLAVOJ TREBIŠOV A 0–0 650 1–1 675 1–1 2–2 .  
M8, M23 MFK Tatran Liptovský Mikuláš H 2–0 1005 2–1 450 4–1 6–0 .  
M9, M24 Partizán Bardejov A 0–1 1150 1–1 1122 1–2 1–4 .  
M10, M25 ŠK Odeva Lipany A 4–1 685 2–0 450 6–1 6–0 16.  
M11, M26 FK Dubnica nad Váhom H 2–1 1005 1–4 485 3–5 3–3 .  
M12, M27 MFK Dukla Banská Bystrica A 3–1 400 2–0 948 5–1 6–0 .  
M13, M28 1. FC TATRAN Prešov (pitch Stropkov) H 1–1 1005 1–1 212 2–2 2–2 .  
M14, M29 MFK Skalica A 2–2 850 0–2 916 2–4 1–4 3.  
M15, M30 FK Poprad H 1–2 900 1–2 0–3 .  
FC Petržalka Season's summary 26–14 13927 14–24 10007 40–38 42–36 8.
Season's average 1,73–0,93 928,47
Notes
  1. ^ Ružomberok B didn't fill form of application to II. liga Západ for next season (2012–2013).[25]
  2. ^ Moldava didn't fill form of application to II. liga for next season (2012–2013).[26]
  3. ^ LP Domino Bratislava didn't fill form of application to III. liga Západ for next season (2013–2014), only to the regional championships in the lower tier.[27]
  4. ^ Petržalka got 6 points deduction after the season for unpayed debts to former player Maroš Schustrík.[22]
  5. ^ Petržalka didn't fill form of application to III. liga Bratislava for next season because dissolution of debts.[21]
  6. ^ Club ŠK Štart Nepočujúci 1947 Bratislava merged in May 2014 with FK BCT & ZŠ Kalinčiakova to create Novomestský športový klub 1922 (NMŠK 1922 Bratislava), so the "B" team was dissolved after the season (2014–2015).[29]
  1. ^ Score was contumated to 3-0 for Petržalka because team Púchov didn't arrive for the match due to the financial problem.[24]
  2. ^ Score was 3–1 after 45 minutes. Team Volkswagen had only eight players in the starting line-up and after the break they have eligible only six players, so the match was whistled off and finished before start of the 2nd half. The result was later contumated to 3-0 for Petržalka.[30]
  3. ^ Score was 3–1 for Petržalka after 90 minutes and final whistle. The result was later contumated to 3-0 for Petržalka.[31][32][33]
  4. ^ Score was 1–1 after 90 minutes and final whistle. The result was later contumated to 3-0 for Petržalka because ineligible player played for Jarovce during the match.[34]
  5. ^ Score was contumated to 3-0 for Petržalka because team Jablonové didn't arrive for the match.[35]
  6. ^ Score was contumated to 3-0 for Petržalka because team Viničné announced they didn't arrive for the match due to lack of players and the match was cancelled.[36]

Domestic cup (Slovenský pohár)Edit

2000–2010Edit

Season Competition Round Club Division Home Home
Attendance
Away Away
Attendance
Aggregate Petržalka's
goal scorers
2004–05 Slovnaft Cup R1 w.o. Defending champion and League champion started in the 2nd round.
Other teams started in the 1st round (14 ties).
  Blažej Vaščák (3)
  Ján Kozák jr. (3)
  Branislav Fodrek (2)
  Martin Mikulič (1)
  Filip Šebo (1)
  Anton Šoltís (1)
R2 (1/8 F) FC Nitra 2nd (II. liga) 2–0 700 2–0 (one-game tie)  
R3 (1/4 F) Slovan Bratislava 2nd (II. liga) 4–02nd leg 600 0–01st leg 1073 4–0 (two-games tie)  
R4 (1/2 F) Steel Trans Ličartovce 2nd (II. liga) 2–11st leg 500 2–12nd leg 1915 4–2 (two-games tie)  
R6 (F) Dukla Banská Bystrica 1st (Corgoň liga) 1–2NR 2474 1–2 (one-game tie)  
2005–06 Slovnaft Cup R1 w.o. Defending champion and League champion started in the 2nd round.
Other teams started in the 1st round (14 ties).
  Ján Kozák jr. (2)
  Ľubomír Reiter (2)
  Vratislav Gajdoš (1)
  Branislav Obžera (1)

Shootout penalties:
  Branislav Fodrek (1/1)
  Aleš Urbánek (1/1)
  Marián Čišovský (1/1)
  Ľubomír Reiter (1/1)
  Michal Kubala (1/1)
  Juraj Halenár (0/1)
  Gábor Straka (0/1)

R2 (1/8 F) Inter Bratislava 1st (Corgoň liga) 2–0 1507 2–0 (one-game tie)  
R3 (1/4 F) FC Senec 2nd (II. liga) 1–01st leg 1185 1–12nd leg 1425 2–1 (two-games tie)  
R4 (1/2 F) MFK Ružomberok 1st (Corgoň liga) 2–0 (5–6 pen.)2nd leg 1795 0–21st leg 1980 2–2 (5–6 pen.) (two-games tie)  
2006–07 Slovnaft Cup R1 w.o. Teams from the top division started in the 2nd round.
Teams from 2nd and lower divisions started in the 1st round (19 ties & 1 w.o.).
  Tomáš Oravec (3)
  Branislav Fodrek (2)
  Juraj Halenár (2)
  Karim Abdul-Jabbar Guédé (1)
  Marián Čišovský (1)

Own goals for Petržalka:
  Maroš Choma (FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce) (1 OG)

R2 (1/16 F) Slovan Duslo Šaľa 2nd (I. liga) 1–0 656 1–0 (one-game tie)  
R3 (1/8 F) FC Rimavská Sobota 2nd (I. liga) 3–0 300 3–0 (one-game tie)  
R4 (1/4 F) MŠK Žilina 1st (Corgoň liga) 3–0 1850 3–0 (one-game tie)  
R5 (1/2 F) FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce 2nd (I. liga) 1–01st leg 1080 2–42nd leg 2040 3–4 (two-games tie)  
2007–08 Slovnaft Cup R1 w.o. Defending champion, league champion and league runner-up started in the 3rd round.
Teams from the top division started in the 2nd round.
Teams from 2nd and lower divisions started in the 1st round (17 ties).
  Juraj Piroska (2)
  Branislav Fodrek (2)
  Patrik Mráz (1)
  Juraj Halenár (1)
  Marián Čišovský (1)
  Ján Kozák jr. (1)
  Zbyněk Pospěch (1)

Shootout penalties:
  Ján Kozák jr. (1/1)
  Martin Ďurica (1/1)
  Marián Čišovský (1/1)
  Aleš Urbánek (1/1)
  Branislav Fodrek (0/1)

R2 w.o.
R3 (1/8 F) FK DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda 3rd (II. liga Západ) 0–0 (4–2 pen.) 1330 0–0 (4–2 pen.) (one-game tie)  
R4 (1/4 F) Inter Bratislava 2nd (I. liga) 2–12nd leg 200 4–01st leg 394 6–1 (two-games tie)  
R5 (1/2 F) MŠK Žilina 1st (Corgoň liga) 1–02nd leg 2000[A] 1–01st leg 2702 2–0 (two-games tie)  
R6 (F) FC Spartak Trnava[B] 1st (Corgoň liga) 1–0ZA 5000 1–0 (one-game tie)  
2008–09 Slovnaft Cup R1 w.o. Defending champion started in the 3rd round.
Teams from the top division started in the 2nd round.
Teams from 2nd and lower divisions started in the 1st round (18 ties & 1 w.o.).
  Juraj Piroska (2)
  Pavol Ďurica (1)
  Tomáš Majtán (1)
  Juraj Czinege (1)
  Esis Steines Jorge Caihame (1)
  Jakub Sylvestr (1)
  Vojtech Horváth (1)
R2 w.o.
R3 (1/8 F) LAFC Lučenec 2nd (I. liga) 2–0PAS 100 2–0 (one-game tie)  
R4 (1/4 F) DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda 1st (Corgoň liga) 0–01st legPAS 350 1–12nd leg 3100 1–1 (two-games tie)  
R5 (1/2 F) MFK Ružomberok 1st (Corgoň liga) 1–12nd legPAS 400 3–11st leg 2345 4–2 (two-games tie)  
R6 (F) MFK Košice[C] 1st (Corgoň liga) 1–3SC 1528 1–3 (one-game tie)  
2009–10 Slovnaft Cup R1 w.o. Teams from the top division started in the 2nd round.
Teams from 2nd and lower divisions started in the 1st round (18 ties & 2 w.o.).
  Andrej Hodek (4)
  Andrej Burza (3)
  Tomáš Majtán (2)
  Karim Abdul-Jabbar Guédé (1)
  Martin Maroši (1)
  Marián Tomčák (1)
  Pavol Ďurica (1)
R2 (1/16 F) AFC Nové Mesto nad Váhom 3rd (II. liga Západ) 6–1 400 6–1 (one-game tie)  
R3 (1/8 F) AS Trenčín 2nd (I. liga) 4–0[D] 112 4–0 (one-game tie)  
R4 (QF) Spartak Trnava 1st (Corgoň liga) 3–21st leg[E] 447 0–32nd leg 2742 3–5 (two-games tie)  
Notes

PAS Match played in Bratislava, Pasienky.
NR Match played in Nitra.
SC Match played in Senec.
ZA Match played in Žilina.

  1. ^ The game was free of charge entrance for fans.[37]
  2. ^ Petržalka was home team in a match by draw lots.
  3. ^ Košice was home team in a match by draw lots.[38]
  4. ^ Match played in NTC SFZ Senec due to the reconstruction of Pasienky.
  5. ^ Match played in Štadión ŠKP Inter Dúbravka due to the reconstruction of Pasienky.[39]

2010–2020Edit

Season Competition Round Club Division Home Home
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goal scorers
2010–11 Slovnaft Cup R1 Spartak Vráble 3rd (II. liga Západ) 1–0 650 1–0 (one-game tie)     Radoslav Augustín (1)
  Martin Švec (1)
  Martin Luhový (1)
  Patrik Johancsik (1)
R2 (1/16 F) DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda 1st (Corgoň liga) 2–1 720 2–1 (one-game tie)  
R3 (1/8 F) FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce 1st (Corgoň liga) 1–2 724 1–2 (one-game tie)  
2011–12 Slovnaft Cup R1 FK Sereď 3rd (III. liga Západ) 5–0 360 5–0 (one-game tie)     Ivan Schranz (3)
  Peter Drobňák (1)
  Martin Luhový (1)
R2 (1/16 F) AS Trenčín 1st (Corgoň liga) 0–3 360 0–3 (one-game tie)  
2012–13 Slovnaft Cup R1 FC ŠTK 1914 Šamorín 2nd (II. liga) 3–1 600 3–1 (one-game tie)     František Hečko (1)
  Andrej Gabura (1)
  Jakub Tomšík (1)
R2 (1/16 F) FC Nitra 1st (Corgoň liga) 0–3 355 0–3 (one-game tie)  
2013–14 Slovnaft Cup R1 FK Rača Bratislava 3rd (TIPOS III. liga Západ) 3–0 310 3–0 (one-game tie)     Filip Baláži (1)
  Jakub Čunta (1)
  Matej Havrila (1)
  Milan Vukovič (1)
  Marián Kolony (1)
R2 (1/16 F) FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce 1st (Corgoň liga) 2–4 390 2–4 (one-game tie)  
2014–15 Slovnaft Cup Did not participate
2015–16 Slovnaft Cup
2016–17 Slovnaft Cup R1 FK Rača Bratislava 3rd (TIPOS III. liga Bratislava) 3–1 859 3–1 (one-game tie)     Peter Petráš (2)
  Sven Rybecký (1)
  Roman Kusý (1)
R2 (1/64 F) MFK Skalica 2nd (II. liga Západ) 1–5 1135 1–5 (one-game tie)  
2017–18 Slovnaft Cup R1 FK Lamač Bratislava 4th (IV. liga Bratislava) 8–0 480 8–0 (one-game tie)     František Lády (4)
  Boris Turčák (4)
  Dávid Kondrlík (3)
  Juraj Piroska (2)
  Patrik Kavoň (1)
  Dominik Košťál (1)
  Tomáš Pochyba (1)
R2 (1/64 F) ŠK Tomášov 3rd (TIPOS III. liga Bratislava) 6–0 200 6–0 (one-game tie)  
R3 (1/32 F) OFK Dunajská Lužná 3rd (TIPOS III. liga Bratislava) 2–1 250 2–1 (one-game tie)  
R4 (1/16 F) FK Poprad 2nd (II. liga) 0–3 830 0–3 (one-game tie)  
2018–19 Slovnaft Cup QR w.o. Teams from the top 2 divisions started in the 2nd round.
Teams from the 3rd and lower divisions started in the 1st round (101 ties) and in the Qualifying round (7 ties).
  František Lády (1)

Own goals:
  Jakub Nemec (1 OG)

R1 w.o.
R2 (1/64 F) OFK Malženice 3rd (TIPOS III. liga Západ) 1–3 650 1–3 (one-game tie)  

Domestic cup (Slovenský Superpohár)Edit

Year Competition Venue 1st Division Winner Slovenský pohár Winner Score Attendance Aggregate Petržalka's
goal scorers
2004 (July 18) Slovak Super Cup NTC Stadion, Senec MŠK Žilina FC Artmedia Bratislava 2–1 1326 2–1 (one-game tie)     Ladislav Suchánek (1)
2005 (July 8) Slovak Super Cup NTC Stadion, Senec FC Artmedia Bratislava Dukla Banská Bystrica 3–1 1637 3–1 (one-game tie)     Vratislav Gajdoš (2)
  Daniel Tchuř (1)
2008 FC Artmedia Petržalka FC Artmedia Petržalka not held  

European competition historyEdit

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Home
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2001 UEFA Intertoto Cup R1   FK Ekranas 1–1 1–1 2–2 (4–3 p)  
R2   NK Celje 1–1 0–5 1–6  
2003–04 UEFA Cup QR   F91 Dudelange 1–0 1–0 2–0  
R1   Girondins de Bordeaux 1–1 1–2 2–3  
2004–05 UEFA Cup QR1 w.o. National Cup winner from Slovakia qualified directly into the 2nd qualifying round of UEFA Cup.   Balázs Borbély (1)
QR2   Football Club Dnipro (Dnipropetrovsk) 0–31st legTP 2780 1–12nd leg 10000 1–4  
2005–06 UEFA Champions League QR1   Football Club Kairat (Almaty) 4–1 (aet)2nd legSC 2895 0–21st leg 7000 4–3     Juraj Halenár (3)
  Balázs Borbély (3)
  Ján Kozák jr. (3)
  Daniel Tchuř (1)
  Pavol Staňo (1)
  Blažej Vaščák (1)
  Martin Mikulič (1)
  Peter Petráš (1)

Shootout penalties:
  Branislav Fodrek (1/1)
  Juraj Halenár (1/1)
  Ondrej Debnár (1/1)
  Ján Ďurica (1/1)
  Ján Kozák jr. (0/1)
  Luís Fábio Gomes (0/1)

QR2   The Celtic Football Club (Glasgow) 5–01st legTP 17632 0–42nd leg 50063 5–4  
QR3   Fudbalski klub Partizan (Belgrade) 0–01st legTP 16127 0–0 (aet) (4–3 pen.)2nd leg 30000 0–0 (4–3 pen.)  
Group H   Football Club Internazionale Milano 0–1Match1TP 28000 0–4Match5 no spectators 3rd place  
  Futebol Clube do Porto 0–0Match6TP 9542 3–2Match2 38708
  Rangers Football Club (Glasgow) 2–2Match4TP 19492 0–0Match3 49018
2005–06 UEFA Cup QR1 w.o. Teams from the 3rd place of Group stage of the Champins League qualified directly into the 1/16 finals of UEFA Cup. No goal scored by players from Petržalka.
QR2 w.o.
R1 w.o.
Group stage w.o.
R32 (1/16 F)   Levski Sofia 0–11st legTP 5297 0–22nd leg 23422 0–3  
2006–07 UEFA Cup QR1   Football Club WIT Georgia (Tbilisi) 2–01st leg 861 1–22nd leg 4500 3–2     Juraj Halenár (3)
  Ľubomír Reiter (2)
  Lukáš Hartig (1)
  Marián Čišovský (1)
  Vratislav Gajdoš (1)
  Peter Burák (1)
  Daniel Tchuř (1)
  Jan Buryán (1)
QR2   Football Club Dinamo Minsk 2–11st leg 4500 3–22nd leg 3500 5–3  
R1   Reial Club Deportiu Espanyol de Barcelona 2–21st legTP 3480 1–32nd leg 8100 3–5  
2007–08 UEFA Cup QR1   Fotbal Club Zimbru Chișinău 1–11st legSC 2151 2–22nd leg 8000 3–3 (a)     Branislav Obžera (2)
  Martin Ďurica (1)
  Karim Abdul-Jabbar Guédé (1)
  Balázs Borbély (1)
  Branislav Fodrek (1)
  Aleš Urbánek (1)
QR2   Football Club Mika (Yerevan) 2–02nd legSC 1400 1–21st leg 9000 3–2  
R1   Panathinaikos Football Club (Athens) 1–21st legTP 3951 0–32nd leg 6197 1–5  
2008–09 UEFA Champions League QR1   Valletta Football Club 1–02nd legSC 828 2–01st leg 3000 3–0     Marián Čišovský (2)
  Zbyněk Pospěch (2)
  Juraj Piroska (2)
  Pavol Farkaš (1)
  Branislav Obžera (1)
  Ján Kozák jr. (1)
  Juraj Halenár (1)
  Branislav Fodrek (1)
QR2   Tampere United 4–22nd legSC 1981 3–11st leg 9228 7–3  
QR3   Juventus Football Club (Turin) 1–12nd legTP 13451 0–41st leg 27000 1–5  
2008–09 UEFA Cup QR1 w.o. Teams which lost in the 3rd Qualifying round of the Champins League qualified directly into the 1st round of UEFA Cup. No goal scored by players from Petržalka.
QR2 w.o.
R1   Sporting Clube de Braga 0–22nd legTP 1120 0–41st leg 12000 0–6  
Notes

SC Match played in Senec.
TT Match played in Trnava.
TP Match played in Bratislava, Tehelné pole.

CoachesEdit

Season League name Tier Club name Head Coach Assistant 1 Assistant 2 Captain(s)
2009–10 Corgoň Liga 1st MFK Petržalka   Michal Hipp[a] (match 1-7)
  Emil Stranianek sr.[b] (match 8)
  Peter Fieber sr.[c] (match 9-33)
n/a n/a n/a
2010–11 II. liga 2nd FC Petržalka 1898   Vladimír Goffa[d] (match 13,20,23,25)[e] n/a n/a n/a
2011–12 II. liga 2nd FC Petržalka 1898   Norbert Hrnčár[f] (match 2,4,8,10,11,15)
  Emil Stranianek (match 24)[g]
n/a n/a   Martin Švec (3)[h]
2012–13 Keno 10 III. liga Západ 3rd FC Petržalka 1898   Ľubomír Luhový[i] (match 4-11)
  Alexander Zachariáš[j]
  Emil Stranianek (match 12-14)[k]
n/a n/a n/a
2013–14 TIPOS III. liga Západ 3rd FC Petržalka 1898   Tomáš Medveď[l]   Emil Stranianek   Peter Jančovič   Matej Klenovský (13)
  Vladimir Gligić (1)
  Dominik Tóth (1)
  Matej Havrila (2)
  Matej Čobik Ferčik (3)
  Juraj Kuráň (1)
  Tomáš Uhlík (5)
  Zoltán Kontár (3)
  Bohuš Žifčák (1)
2014–15 V. liga – OFZ BA-mesto 5th FC Petržalka akadémia   Tomáš Medveď   Emil Stranianek   Peter Lavrinčík (25)
  Vladimír Kinder (1)
  Tomáš Medveď (1)
2015–16 V. liga – OFZ BA-mesto 5th FC Petržalka akadémia   Rastislav Kunst[m]   Peter Martiny (since match 22)   Peter Martiny (match 9-21)
  Štefan Pánik (since match 22)
  Peter Lavrinčík (17)
  Tomáš Uhlík (1)
  Dominik Tóth (2)
  Michal Droppa (6)
2016–17 TIPOS IV. liga BA 4th FC Petržalka akadémia   Peter Boďo[n]   Dominik Tóth   Peter Martini (except match 13, 22, 23)
  František Hečko (match 13)
  Miroslav Holčík (match 22)
  Andrej Kalina (match 23)
  Peter Petráš (15)
  Marián Had (11)
  Jakub Hronec (2)
2 matches were not played
2017–18 TIPOS III. liga BA 3rd FC Petržalka   Balázs Borbély[o]   Dominik Tóth (since match 3)   Boris Turčák (23)
  Tomáš Uhlík (1)
  Juraj Piroska (5)
  Peter Sopúch (1)
2018–19 II. liga 2nd FC Petržalka   Balázs Borbély (match 1-22)
  Miroslav Mentel (since match 23)[p]
  Miroslav Holčík (match 1-11)
  Miroslav Mentel (match 12-22)
  Juraj Piroska (since match 23)
  Juraj Piroska (match 21-22)   Juraj Piroska (16)
  Boris Turčák (5)
  Ladislav Szöcs (5)
  Lukáš Gašparovič (3)
Notes
  1. ^ Michal Hipp was Petržalkas' coach in summer 2009.[40]
  2. ^ Emil Stranianek sr. became Petržalkas' coach during August 2009 after departure of Michal Hipp to Slovan Bratislava.[41]
  3. ^ Peter Fieber sr. became Petržalkas' coach on 1 September 2009 before the 9th match of a new season.[42]
  4. ^ Vladimír Goffa became Petržalkas' coach during summer 2010 before the start of a new season.[43]
  5. ^ Petržalka's coaches in games 1-12,14-19,21,22,24,26-33 in 2010–11 season not yet confirmed by aftermatch press releases.
  6. ^ Norbert Hrnčár became Petržalkas' coach during summer 2011 before the start of a new season.[44]
  7. ^ Petržalka's coaches in games 1,3,5-7,9,12-14,16-23 & 25-33 in 2011–12 season not yet confirmed by aftermatch press releases.[8]
  8. ^ Petržalka's captain in games 1-7,9-14,16 & 18-33 in 2011–12 season not yet confirmed by aftermatch press releases.
  9. ^ .Ľubomír Luhový became Petržalkas' coach during summer 2012 before the start of a new season.[45]
  10. ^ Petržalka's coach in games 12/13-15 according to the press release.[46]
  11. ^ Petržalka's coaches in games 1-3 & 15-30 in 2012–13 season not yet confirmed by aftermatch press releases.
  12. ^ Tomáš Medveď became Petržalkas' coach during summer 2013 before the start of a new season.[47]
  13. ^ Rastislav Kunst became Petržalkas' coach during summer 2015 before the start of a new season.[48]
  14. ^ Peter Boďo became Petržalkas' coach during summer 2016 before the start of a new season.[49]
  15. ^ Balázs Borbély came to Petržalka during summer 2017 before the start of a new season.[50]
  16. ^ Miroslav Mentel became temporary coach of Petržalka on April 10, 2019 after Matchday 22 of the season.[51]

Goal scorersEdit

Name Goals
total
  Slovak League   Slovak Cup UEFA Competitions
Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Tier 4 Tier 5 Cup Super Cup UCL UEFA UIC
921 279 73 168 105 170 83 25 18
  Juraj Halenár (48) 48 33 5 3 4 3
  Ján Kozák jr. (35) 35 28 3 4
  Boris Turčák (33) 33 19 10 4
  Tomáš Oravec (31) 31 28 3
  František Hečko (28) 28 2 8 11 6 1
  František Lády (26) 26 21 5
  Juraj Piroska (25) 25 6 9 2 6 2
  Branislav Fodrek (24) 24 18 4 1 1
  Jakub Hronec (21) 21 21
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