|Association||Austrian Football Association|
|Head coach||Werner Gregoritsch|
|Most caps||Markus Berger (36)|
|Top scorer||Michael Gregoritsch (20)|
|Czechoslovakia 1–2 Austria|
| Austria 10–0 Liechtenstein|
Austria 10–0 Saudi Arabia
| Czechoslovakia 6–0 Austria|
Israel 6-0 Austria
|UEFA U-21 Championship|
|Appearances||1 (first in 2019 )|
|Best result||Group stage (2019)|
The Austria national under-21 football team is the national under-21 football team of Austria and is controlled by the Austrian Football Association.
This team is for Austrian players aged 21 or under at the start of a two-year European Under-21 Football Championship campaign, so players can be, and often are, up to 23 years old.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Tobias Lawal||7 June 2000||1||0||LASK|
|23||GK||Niklas Hedl||17 March 2001||3||0||Rapid Wien|
|3||DF||Leo Greiml||3 July 2001||4||0||Rapid Wien|
|4||DF||David Nemeth||18 March 2001||3||0||Sturm Graz|
|5||DF||Flavius Daniliuc||27 April 2001||3||0||Nice|
|6||DF||Christoph Klarer||14 June 2000||6||0||Fortuna Düsseldorf|
|14||DF||Niklas Geyrhofer||11 February 2000||3||0||Sturm Graz|
|16||DF||Lukas Sulzbacher||6 April 2000||3||1||Rapid Wien|
|7||MF||Alexander Prass||26 May 2001||3||0||Liefering|
|8||MF||Vesel Demaku||5 February 2000||9||0||Austria Wien|
|10||MF||Romano Schmid||27 January 2000||8||0||Werder Bremen|
|11||MF||Thierno Ballo||2 January 2002||3||3||Chelsea|
|13||MF||Nicolas Seiwald||4 May 2001||3||1||Red Bull Salzburg|
|15||MF||Yusuf Demir||2 June 2003||4||0||Rapid Wien|
|17||MF||Jonas Auer||5 August 2000||3||1||Viktoria Žižkov|
|18||MF||Patrick Wimmer||30 May 2001||4||2||Austria Wien|
|19||MF||Matthäus Taferner||30 January 2001||3||0||Wolfsberger|
|21||MF||Aleksandar Jukic||26 July 2000||1||0||Austria Wien|
|22||MF||Lion Schuster||9 August 2000||0||0||Rapid Wien|
|9||FW||Chukwubuike Adamu||6 June 2001||5||4||St. Gallen|
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