SV Grödig

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SV Grödig
SV Grodig Logo.jpg
Full nameSportverein Grödig
Founded20 March 1948;71 years ago (1948-03-20)
Ground THE GOLDBERG Stadium
Capacity4,132
ChairmanMag. Hannes Codalonga
ManagerMario Messner
League Austrian Regional League West
2017-18 2nd

Sportverein Grödig is an Austrian association football club from Grödig. The team currently competes in the Austrian Regional League West, the third tier of Austrian football.

Contents

Grödig were relegated from the Austrian Bundesliga at the end of the 2015–16 season; however, they dropped down two levels to the Austrian Regional League West due to financial problems. [1]

Historical chart of SV Grodig league performance Grodig Performance Graph.png
Historical chart of SV Grödig league performance

Honours

2012–13

European record

SeasonCompetitionRoundClubHomeAwayAggregate
2014–15 UEFA Europa League 2Q Flag of Serbia.svg Čukarički 1–24–05–2
3Q Flag of Moldova.svg Zimbru Chișinău 1–21–02–2(a)
Notes

Current squad

As of 20 May, 2018

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

No.PositionPlayer
1 Flag of Austria.svg GK Josef Stadlbauer
24 Flag of Austria.svg GK Manuel Kalman

2 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg DF Valharam Sohail
3 Flag of Austria.svg DF Leonardo Lukacevic
4 Flag of Slovenia.svg DF Jasmin Nazic
5 Flag of Austria.svg DF Maxi Pichler
8 Flag of Austria.svg DF David Hutter
14 Flag of Austria.svg DF Niklas Preslmayer
18 Flag of Germany.svg DF Alessandro Ziege
22 Flag of Austria.svg DF Luka Radulovic
29 Flag of Austria.svg DF Lukas Schubert
No.PositionPlayer
6 Flag of Austria.svg MF Robert Völkl
7 Flag of Austria.svg MF Patrick Schober
10 Flag of Austria.svg MF Eyüp Erdogan
11 Flag of Georgia.svg MF Luka Dzidziguri
12 Flag of Austria.svg MF Marco Wojaczek
13 Flag of Austria.svg MF Gabriel Lukacevic
17 Flag of Austria.svg MF Faruk Zeric
19 Flag of Austria.svg MF Niki Obermüller
20 Flag of Austria.svg MF Bartu Aygün
21 Flag of Austria.svg MF Steven Schmidt

9 Flag of Austria.svg FW Resul Omerovic
18 Flag of Austria.svg FW Kevin Meder

Coaching staff

Managers

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References

  1. "Wen trifft der Fall Grödig? - News - Regionalliga West - Regionalliga - fanreport.com - Amateurfußball in Österreich". FanReport.com (in German). Retrieved 1 February 2018.