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SV Neulengbach is an Austrian association football club from Neulengbach. The club was founded in 1923, and in 1996 expanded to include a women's football section.

SV Neulengbach
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Full name SV Neulengbach
Founded 1923
Women's section founded 1996
Ground Wienerwaldstadion, Neulengbach
Capacity 4,000
Coach Tito Spindler
League ÖFB-Frauenliga
2014–15 ÖFB-Frauenliga, 2nd
Website Club website

While the men always played in the lower leagues of Austria, the women are a success story. In 1996–97, their first season, they started in the second division and won it. They were then promoted to the ÖFB-Frauenliga, the first division.

In the first season in the Frauenliga they finished 5th out of eight and reached the ÖFB Ladies Cup final. The next seasons they took 2nd, 3rd, 2nd and 2nd.

In 2002–03 they won their first championship title, without losing a game and 120–5 goals, and became a dominating force winning every championship and cup until 2012. In 2004 they achieved a record 12–0 win against FC Südburgenland in the cup-final.

In the 2009–10 Champions League, they reached the round of 16 but lost to Torres Calcio. In 2013–14 the club reached the quarter-final for the first time, losing 8–1 on aggregate to Tyresö FF of Sweden.

Much of SV Neulengbach's success was predicated on the prolific goal-scoring of strikers Nina Burger and Maria Gstöttner. The club also imported Brazil women's national football team players such as Rosana, Monica Hickmann Alves and Darlene de Souza.[1]

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TitlesEdit

UEFA Competitions HistoryEdit

 
Home ground Wienerwaldstadion in February 2015
 
Playing against Tyresö in the UEFA Women's Champions League quarter-final, March 2014
Season Competition Stage Result Opponent
2003-04 UEFA Women's Cup 1QS 14-0   PAOK Ledra
6-3   Žiar nad Hronom
7-0   Lombardini Skopje
2QS 0-2   Athletic Bilbao
1-7   Frankfurt
1-0   1º Dezembro
2004-05 UEFA Women's Cup 1QS 3-1   1º Dezembro
0-7   Montpellier
4-2   Univ. College Dublin
2005-06 UEFA Women's Cup 1QS 5-1   Univ. College Dublin
5-1   Dinamo Maksimir
0-0   Bardolino
2QS 1-12   Turbine Potsdam
0-4   Montpellier
3-4   Saestum
2006-07 UEFA Women's Cup 1QS 5-1   Newtownabbey Strikers
0-3   Breiðablik
3-0   1º Dezembro
2007-08 UEFA Women's Cup 1QS 4-3   Hibernian
3-0   Mayo Ladies League
8-1   Gol Częstochowa
2QS 2-3   Bardolino
0-7   Arsenal
3-0   Alma-KTZ
2008-09 UEFA Women's Cup 1QS 6-0   Krka Novo Mesto
8-0   Vamos Idaliou
4-0   1º Dezembro
2QS 0-8   Olympique Lyon
0-6   Arsenal
5-3   Zürich
2009-10 UEFA Women's Champions League R32 3-1 0-1   Unia Racibórz
R16 1-4 1-4   Torres
2010-11 UEFA Women's Champions League R32 0-1 3-0   PAOK Thessaloniki
R16 0-7 0-9   Turbine Potsdam
2011-12 UEFA Women's Champions League R32 1-2 5-0   CSHVSM Almaty
R16 1-3 0-1   LdB Malmö
2012-13 UEFA Women's Champions League R32 1-1 2-2   Olimpia Cluj
2013-14 UEFA Women's Champions League R32 2-1 1-1   Apollon Limassol
R16 3-0 3-0   Konak Belediyesi
QF 1-8 0-0   Tyresö
2014–15 UEFA Women's Champions League R32 2-1 2-2   MTK
R16 0-4 0-7   Wolfsburg

Current squadEdit

As of 6 September 2015.[2]

 
Former captain and club record goal-scorer Nina Burger

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

No. Position Player
1   GK Melissa Abiral
4   DF Chisomo Kazisonga
5   DF Kerstin Seiter
6   MF Nicole Sauer
12   FW Janet Owusu
13   MF Katja Trödthandl
14   MF Hannah Kunschert
16   MF Katharina Meyer
17   MF Julia Hickelsberger
19   DF Nicole Konrath
20   FW Stefanie Kremener
21   GK Eva Vamperger
No. Position Player
22   MF Jennifer Klein
23   MF Birgit Gumpenberger
24   DF Lisa-Marie Zmek
26   FW Valentina Schwarzlmüller
27   MF Besijana Pireci
29   DF Lisa Metzner
  DF Teresa Kittinger
  DF Sonja Hickelsberger
  MF Sandrine Sobotka
  MF Katharina Aufhauser
  FW Melissa Schmid
  FW Maria Gstöttner

Former playersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Endet Unbesiegbarkeit auch im Cup?" (in German). Austrian Football Association. Retrieved 6 September 2015. 
  2. ^ "Kader Frauen Bundesliga" (in German). SV Neulengbach. Retrieved 6 September 2015. 

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