Austrian Regionalliga East

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Austrian Regionalliga East
Founded1984
Country Austria
Number of teams16
Level on pyramid3
Promotion to First League
Relegation to Landesliga
Domestic cup(s) Austrian Cup
Current champions First Vienna FC
(2016–17)
Website http://www.ostliga.at
Current: 2019–20 Regionalliga Ost season

The Austrian Regional League East (German : Regionalliga Ost) is a third-tier division of Austrian football re-introduced in the 1984–85 season. It covers the Austrian states of Burgenland, Lower Austria and Vienna and is one of three leagues at this level.

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Recent league champions

The most recent league champions: [1]

SeasonClub
2012–13 SC/ESV Parndorf
2013–14 FAC Team für Wien
2014–15 SC Ritzing
2015–16 SV Horn
2016–17 First Vienna FC

2020–21 member clubs

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References

  1. "Österreich » Regionalliga Ost » Siegerliste" [Austria: Regional League East » List of champions] (in German). Weltfussball.de. Retrieved 26 May 2016.