Wiener Sport-Club

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The Wiener Sport-Club, sometimes abbreviated as WSC, was established in 1883 in Vienna, Austria and is one of the country's oldest athletics clubs. Their traditional home is in the Dornbach quarter of the city (17th district).

Wiener Sport-Club
Logo Wiener Sport-Club 2017.png
Full nameWiener Sport-Club
GroundSportclub Stadium
ManagerRobert Weinstabl
LeagueAustrian Regional League East
2018–193rd (Regionalliga Ost)
WebsiteClub website
Current season
Friedhofstribüne, home stand of Wiener Sport-Club Stadium


At various times throughout its history the club has had departments for fencing, boxing, wrestling, cycling, handball, track and field, field hockey, tennis, squash, football and water polo. The football team enjoyed success in Austria National Championship in 1922, 1958 and 1959. Their 1958 season included an impressive 7–0 victory over Juventus in European Champions Cup. Two bankruptcies in the 1990s eventually led the team to slip into the lower leagues.

In 2001, the football section split off as Wiener Sportklub due to financial troubles and was re-integrated back into WSC in 2017. The first squad currently plays in the Austrian Regional League East (3rd Division). The club's home ground Wiener Sport-Club Stadium (or Wiener Sport-Club Platz in German) dates back to 1904 and is considered as Austria's oldest actively used football field. Player and coach Erich Hof is known as the club's legend.

Historical chart of Wiener SC league performance


Club staffEdit

  • Manager: Robert Weinstabl

Current squadEdit

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   AUT Florian Pröglhof
3 DF   AUT Philipp Haas
13 DF   AUT Lucas Pfaffl
5 DF   CRO Luka Gusic
27 DF   AUT Jürgen Csandl
6 MF   AUT David Rajkovic
17 MF   AUT Philip Dimov
23 MF   BIH Mirza Berkovic
No. Pos. Nation Player
21 FW   AUT Mario Rekirsch
9 FW   AUT Marcel Holzer

Notable playersEdit

Notable coachesEdit

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