Austrian Cup

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Austrian Cup
OFB-Cup seit 2004.jpg
Austrian Cup trophy
Founded1918
RegionFlag of Austria.svg  Austria
Number of teams64
Qualifier for UEFA Europa League
Current champions Red Bull Salzburg
(8th title)
Most successful club(s) Austria Wien
(27 titles)
Television broadcasters ORF
MottoGoals for Europe
Website http://www.oefb.at/
Soccerball current event.svg 2021–22 Austrian Cup

The Austrian Cup (German: ÖFB-Cup), known as UNIQA ÖFB Cup for sponsorship purposes, is an annual football competition held by the Austrian Football Association, the ÖFB. During the 2008–09 season, Austria Wien won the tournament for 27th time, a record. [1]

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History

It has been held since 1918–19, with the exception of the time of the Anschluss between 1939 and 1945 and the period between 1950 and 1958 when the competition was deemed of little interest. Because Austria co-hosted Euro 2008, only teams from Austrian Football First League (Austrian Second League) or lower divisions took part in the 2007–08 Austrian Cup.

Until 2010, the tournament was named after its main sponsor (the latest being the Austrian brewery Stiegl). Since then, the tournament has been held under the motto "Goals for Europe" ("Tore für Europa") to emphasize that it is the fastest way for Austrian teams to qualify for the UEFA Europa League (6–7 games, depending on the division of the club).

Having won the cup 27 times, Austria Wien is by far the most successful competitor. The current holder of the trophy is FC Red Bull Salzburg.

Austro-Hungarian Cup Finals

Austrian Cup Finals

SeasonWinnerScoreRunner-up
1918–19 Rapid Wien 3–0 Wiener Sport-Club
1919–20 Rapid Wien 5–2 SV Amateure
1920–21 SV Amateure 2–1 Wiener Sport-Club
1921–22 Wiener AF 2–1 SV Amateure
1922–23 Wiener Sport-Club 3–1 SC Wacker Wien
1923–24 SV Amateure 8–6 ( a.e.t. ) SK Slovan Wien
1924–25 SV Amateure 3–1 First Vienna FC
1925–26 SV Amateure 4–3 First Vienna FC
1926–27 Rapid Wien 3–0 Austria Wien
1927–28 SK Admira Wien 2–1 Wiener AC
1928–29 First Vienna FC 3–2 Rapid Wien
1929–30 First Vienna FC 1–0 Austria Wien
1930–31 Wiener AC 16 – 15 points (RR) Austria Wien
1931–32 SK Admira Wien 6–1 Wiener AC
1932–33 Austria Wien 1–0 Brigittenauer AC
1933–34 SK Admira Wien 8–0 Rapid Wien
1934–35 Austria Wien 5–1 Wiener AC
1935–36 Austria Wien 3–0 First Vienna FC
1936–37 First Vienna FC 2–0 Wiener Sport-Club
1937–38 Schwarz-Rot Wien 1–0 Wiener Sport-Club
1938–1945
Austrian clubs took part in DFB-Pokal due to the Anschluss.
1945–46 Rapid Wien 2–1 First Vienna FC
1946–47 SC Wacker Wien 4–3 Austria Wien
1947–48 Austria Wien 2–0 Sturm Graz
1948–49 Austria Wien 5–2 Vorwärts Steyr
1949–1958
No competition held because of lack of interest and money for the Austrian Football Association.
1958–59 Wiener AC 2–0 Rapid Wien
1959–60 Austria Wien 4–2 Rapid Wien
1960–61 Rapid Wien 3–1 First Vienna FC
1961–62 Austria Wien 4–1 Grazer AK
1962–63 Austria Wien 1–0 LASK
1963–64 SK Admira Wien 1–0 Austria Wien
1964–65 LASK 1–1 / 1–0 Wiener Neustädter SC
1965–66 SK Admira Wien 1–0 Rapid Wien
1966–67 Austria Wien 1–2 / 1–0 ( a.e.t. ) (c) LASK
1967–68 Rapid Wien 2–0 Grazer AK
1968–69 Rapid Wien 2–1 Wiener Sport-Club
1969–70 Wacker Innsbruck 1–0 LASK
1970–71 Austria Wien 2–1 ( a.e.t. ) Rapid Wien
1971–72 Rapid Wien 1–2 / 3–1 Wiener Sport-Club
1972–73 Wacker Innsbruck 1–0 / 1–2 (a) Rapid Wien
1973–74 Austria Wien 2–1 / 1–1 Austria Salzburg
1974–75 Wacker Innsbruck 3–0 / 0–2 Sturm Graz
1975–76 Rapid Wien 1–0 / 1–2 (a) Wacker Innsbruck
1976–77 Austria Wien 1–0 / 3–0 Wiener Sport-Club
1977–78 Wacker Innsbruck 1–1 / 2–1 VÖEST Linz
1978–79 Wacker Innsbruck 1–0 / 1–1 Admira Wacker Wien
1979–80 Austria Wien 0–1 / 2–0 Austria Salzburg
1980–81 Grazer AK 0–1 / 2–0 ( a.e.t. ) Austria Salzburg
1981–82 Austria Wien 1–0 / 3–1 Wacker Innsbruck
1982–83 Rapid Wien 3–0 / 5–0 Wacker Innsbruck
1983–84 Rapid Wien 1–3 / 2–0 (a) Austria Wien
1984–85 Rapid Wien 3–3 ( a.e.t. ) (6–5 p) Austria Wien
1985–86 Austria Wien 6–4 ( a.e.t. ) Rapid Wien
1986–87 Rapid Wien 2–0 / 2–2 Swarovski Tirol
1987–88 Kremser SC 2–0 / 1–3 (a) Swarovski Tirol
1988–89 Swarovski Tirol 0–2 / 6–2 Admira Wacker Wien
1989–90 Austria Wien 3–1 ( a.e.t. ) Rapid Wien
1990–91 SV Stockerau 2–1 Rapid Wien
1991–92 Austria Wien 1–0 Admira Wacker Wien
1992–93 Wacker Innsbruck 3–1 Rapid Wien
1993–94 Austria Wien 4–0 FC Linz
1994–95 Rapid Wien 1–0 DSV Leoben
1995–96 Sturm Graz 3–1 Admira Wacker Wien
1996–97 Sturm Graz 2–1 First Vienna FC
1997–98 SV Ried 3–1 Sturm Graz
1998–99 Sturm Graz 1–1 ( a.e.t. ) (4–2 p) LASK
1999–2000 Grazer AK 2–2 ( a.e.t. ) (4–3 p) Austria Salzburg
2000–01 FC Kärnten 2–1 ( a.e.t. ) Tirol Innsbruck
2001–02 Grazer AK 3–2 Sturm Graz
2002–03 Austria Wien 3–0 FC Kärnten
2003–04 Grazer AK 3–3 ( a.e.t. ) (5–4 p) Austria Wien
2004–05 Austria Wien 3–1 Rapid Wien
2005–06 Austria Wien 3–0 SV Mattersburg
2006–07 Austria Wien 2–1 SV Mattersburg
2007–08 Dagger-14-plain.png SV Horn 2–1 SV Feldkirchen
2008–09 Austria Wien 3–1 ( a.e.t. ) Admira Wacker Mödling
2009–10 Sturm Graz 1–0 SC Wiener Neustadt
2010–11 SV Ried 2–0 SC Austria Lustenau
2011–12 Red Bull Salzburg 3–0 SV Ried
2012–13 FC Pasching 1–0 Austria Wien
2013–14 Red Bull Salzburg 4–2 St. Pölten
2014–15 Red Bull Salzburg 2–0 ( a.e.t. ) Austria Wien
2015–16 Red Bull Salzburg 5–0 Admira Wacker Mödling
2016–17 Red Bull Salzburg 2–1 SK Rapid Wien
2017–18 Sturm Graz 1–0 ( a.e.t. ) Red Bull Salzburg
2018–19 Red Bull Salzburg 2–0 Rapid Wien
2019–20 Red Bull Salzburg 5–0 SC Austria Lustenau
2020–21 Red Bull Salzburg 3–0 LASK

Notes:

Performance

Performance by club

ClubWinnersFinalistWinning YearsRunners-up Years
Austria Wien
27
12
1921, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1933, 1935, 1936, 1948, 1949, 1960, 1962, 1963, 1967, 1971, 1974, 1977, 1980, 1982, 1986, 1990, 1992, 1994, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 20091920, 1922, 1927, 1930, 1931, 1947, 1964, 1984, 1985, 2004, 2013, 2015
Rapid Wien
14
14
1919, 1920, 1927, 1946, 1961, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1976, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 19951929, 1934, 1959, 1960, 1966, 1971, 1973, 1986, 1990, 1991, 1993, 2005, 2017, 2019
Red Bull Salzburg Double-dagger-14-plain.png
8
5
2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, 20211974, 1980, 1981, 2000, 2018
Wacker Innsbruck (6) (3)
Swarovski Tirol (1) (2)
Tirol Innsbruck (–) (1) Dagger-14-plain.png
7
6
1970, 1973, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1989, 19931976, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1988, 2001
SK Admira Wien (5) (–)
SC Wacker Wien (1) (1)
Admira Wacker Wien (–) (4)
Admira Wacker Mödling (–) (2) *
6
7
1928, 1932, 1934, 1947, 1964, 19661923, 1979, 1989, 1992, 1996, 2009, 2016
Sturm Graz
5
4
1996, 1997, 1999, 2010, 20181948, 1975, 1998, 2002
Grazer AK
4
2
1981, 2000, 2002, 20041962, 1968
First Vienna FC
3
6
1929, 1930, 19371925, 1926, 1936, 1946, 1961, 1997
Wiener AC
3
3
1931, 1938, 19591928, 1932, 1935
SV Ried
2
1
1998, 20112012
Wiener Sport-Club
1
7
19231919, 1921, 1937, 1938, 1969, 1972, 1977
LASK Linz
1
5
19651963, 1967, 1970, 1999, 2021
FC Kärnten
1
1
20012003
Wiener AF
1
1922
Kremser SC
1
1988
SV Stockerau
1
1991
SV Horn
1
2008
FC Pasching
1
2013
FC Linz
2
1978, 1994
SV Mattersburg
2
2006, 2007
SC Austria Lustenau
2
2011, 2020
SK Slovan Wien
1
1924
Brigittenauer AC
1
1933
Vorwärts Steyr
1
1949
Wiener Neustädter SC
1
1965
DSV Leoben
1
1995
SV Feldkirchen
1
2008
SC Wiener Neustadt
1
2010
St. Pölten
1
2014

Notes:

Name changes

Austrian Cup winners in Europe

The list contains Austrian teams in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup between 1960–61 and 1998–99.
They reached 3 Finals (Rapid Wien twice and Austria Wien once). Since the 1999–2000 season the Austrian Cup winner starts in the UEFA Cup (now UEFA Europa League).

Notes: 1Qualified as Runners-up in the Austrian Cup Final.

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References

  1. "Austria gewinnt zum 27. Mal ÖFB-Stiegl-Cup" (in German). Österreichischer Fußball-Bund. 2009. Retrieved 13 November 2015.