Austria - List of Champions


Tournaments in Vienna 1897-1898.
Tagblatt-Pokal 1900-1903.

Amateur Championship 1928-1937.
VAFÖ Liga 1928-1934.

Before the VAFÖ, another FA challenging the ÖFB was the Football Union of Austrian Nations (FUAN), which had subbranches in Lower Austria (Niederösterreich) and Bohemia (Böhmen); the Lower Austrian branch FINÖ (Fußball-Interessenverband Niederösterreichs) organised a championship in 1915.


1911/12  Rapid
1912/13  Rapid
1913/14  WAF 
1914/15  WAC 
1915/16  Rapid
1916/17  Rapid
1917/18  Floridsdorfer AC 
1918/19  Rapid
1919/20  Rapid
1920/21  Rapid
1921/22  Wiener Sport-Club
1922/23  Rapid
1923/24  Amateure
1924/25  Hakoah 
1925/26  Amateure 
1926/27  Admira      
1927/28  Admira                     
1928/29  Rapid               
1929/30  Rapid                
1930/31  First Vienna          
1931/32  Admira                  
1932/33  First Vienna              
1933/34  Admira               
1934/35  Rapid                  
1935/36  Admira                  
1936/37  Admira                    
1937/38  Rapid                      
1938/39  Admira 
1939/40  Rapid
1940/41  Rapid
1941/42  First Vienna
1942/43  First Vienna
1943/44  First Vienna
1944/45    not awarded
1945/46  Rapid
1946/47  Wacker 
1947/48  Rapid
1948/49  Austria 
1949/50  Austria 
1950/51  Rapid
1951/52  Rapid
1952/53  Austria 
1953/54  Rapid
1954/55  First Vienna
1955/56  Rapid
1956/57  Rapid
1957/58  Wiener Sport-Club
1958/59  Wiener Sport-Club
1959/60  Rapid
1960/61  Austria
1961/62  Austria 
1962/63  Austria 
1963/64  Rapid
1964/65  LASK
1965/66  Admira 
1966/67  Rapid
1967/68  Rapid 
1968/69  Austria 
1969/70  Austria 
1970/71  Wacker Innsbruck
1971/72  Wacker Innsbruck
1972/73  Wacker Innsbruck
1973/74  VÖEST Linz
1974/75  Wacker Innsbruck
1975/76  Austria 
1976/77  Wacker Innsbruck
1977/78  Austria 
1978/79  Austria 
1979/80  Austria 
1980/81  Austria 
1981/82  Rapid
1982/83  Rapid
1983/84  Austria 
1984/85  Austria 
1985/86  Austria 
1986/87  Rapid
1987/88  Rapid
1988/89  FC Tirol Innsbruck
1989/90  FC Tirol Innsbruck
1990/91  Austria 
1991/92  Austria 
1992/93  Austria 
1993/94  Salzburg
1994/95  Salzburg
1995/96  Rapid
1996/97  Salzburg
1997/98  Sturm Graz
1998/99  Sturm Graz
1999/00  FC Tirol Innsbruck
2000/01  FC Tirol Innsbruck
2001/02  FC Tirol Innsbruck
2002/03  Austria 
2003/04  GAK
2004/05  Rapid
2005/06  Austria
2006/07  Salzburg
2007/08  Rapid
2008/09  Salzburg  
2009/10  Salzburg  
2010/11  Sturm Graz
2011/12  Salzburg
2012/13  Austria
2013/14  Salzburg 
2014/15 

Number of Titles (102)

32 Rapid (Wien)

24 Austria (Wien)

10 Wacker/FC Tirol (Innsbruck)

 8 Admira (Wien)
   Salzburg (3 as Austria, 5 as RB)

 6 First Vienna

 3 Sturm Graz
   Wiener Sport-Club

 1 Floridsdorfer AC (Wien)
   Grazer AK
   Hakoah (Wien)
   Linzer ASK
   VÖEST (Linz)
   WAC (Wien)
   Wacker (Wien)
   WAF (Wien)

NB: from 1911 until 1923 the championship was organized by the FA of 
    Niederösterreich (the province of which Vienna was the capital),
    and contained only teams from Vienna.  It was then taken over by a
    newly formed FA of Vienna (WFV, Wiener Fußball-Verband), which
    organized the first professional league on the European continent
    in 1924/25.  After the Anschluß in 1938 the German authorities
    organized a championship of the Gauliga Ostmark, in which for the
    first time some clubs from outside Vienna were included (Sturm Graz
    had failed to gain promotion in the playoffs 1937).  In the first
    years after WW II, the championship was restricted to clubs from
    Vienna until 1948/49; in 1949/50 clubs from outside gained admission
    for the first time.

Remarks: 

Austria Wien were known as Amateure until the mid-twenties. 

Admira and Wacker Wien merged around 1970, long played as Admira/Wacker 
in the Südstadt Stadium (Maria Enzersdorf), until the merger with
VfB Mödling in 1997, which saw them renamed VfB Admira/Wacker Mödling.

Wacker Innsbruck changed names very often, and also merged with WSG Wattens
for a few seasons.  Their current name is FC Wacker Innsbruck.

Salzburg won 3 titles as SV Austria Salzburg (with differing sponsor name
attached) before they were taken over by Red Bull and completely rebranded;
the 4 titles won under that guise may be considered as having been won by
a separate club.


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