SV Horn

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SV Horn
SV Horn logo.png
Full nameSportverein Horn
Founded21 October 1922;97 years ago (1922-10-21)
GroundWaldviertler Volksbank Arena
Chairman Keisuke Honda
ManagerMarkus Karner
League Austrian Football Second League
2018–19 Austrian Second League, 13th

SV Horn is an Austrian association football club playing in the city of Horn.


The club plays in the Austrian Second League. The team was champion of the Landesliga Niederösterreich in 1991, 1998 and 2007. In 2008, SV Horn won the Austrian Cup by beating SV Feldkirchen in the final. The club lost the unofficial Austrian Supercup match 2008 against SK Rapid Wien 1–7.

On June 8, 2015, Keisuke Honda's management company, "Honda ESTILO" owned by his two brothers Hiroyuki and Youji, bought 49% of the shares in the club. [1]

Historical chart of SV Horn league performance Horn Performance Graph.png
Historical chart of SV Horn league performance


Current squad

Team photo (May 2010) SV Horn - Mannschaftsfoto (2010-05-30).jpg
Team photo (May 2010)
As of 30 July 2019
1 Flag of Austria.svg GK Sebastian Gessl
6 Flag of Austria.svg DF Dominik Akrap
7 Flag of Austria.svg MF Mario Stefel
8 Flag of Austria.svg MF Florian Sittsam
9 Flag of Austria.svg FW Ercan Kara
10 Flag of Croatia.svg MF Filip Faletar
11 Flag of Austria.svg FW Benjamin Redzic
12 Flag of Austria.svg DF Lukas Malicsek
13 Flag of Cameroon.svg FW Michael Cheukoua
16 Flag of Austria.svg DF Christian Haselberger
17 Flag of Austria.svg MF Fabian Vyhnalek
19 Flag of Austria.svg MF Marco Hausjell
22 Flag of Austria.svg DF Julian Velisek
23 Flag of Austria.svg MF Andree Neumayer
24 Flag of Austria.svg GK Simon Kronsteiner
25 Flag of Austria.svg MF Marcel Toth
26 Flag of Austria.svg GK Christoph Streicher
27 Flag of Austria.svg DF Jürgen Bauer
28 Flag of Austria.svg MF David Lippeck
29 Flag of Austria.svg DF Clemens Zöch
33 Flag of Austria.svg GK Anton Pfaller
52 Flag of Austria.svg DF Thomas Salamon

Out on loan

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


Manager history

As of 21 June 2016 [2]

From 1990 onwards

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  1. 本田オーストリア3部クラブ買収へ、実質オーナーに (in Japanese).
  2. "SV Horn » Manager history". Retrieved 21 June 2016.