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1. Wiener Neustädter SC (2008)

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1. Wiener Neustädter Sportclub is an Austrian association football club based in Wiener Neustadt.

Association football club in Austria
For a similar names team, see 1. Wiener Neustädter SC.
Not to be confused with former Austrian football champions First Vienna FC.
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Football club
Wiener Neustadt
Full name 1. Wiener Neustädter Sportclub
Founded 19 May 2008; 13 years ago (2008-05-19)
Ground Wiener Neustadt Arena,
Wiener Neustadt
Capacity 4,000
Manager Thomas Flögel
League Austrian Regional League East
2018–19 Austrian Second League, 15th (relegated)
Website Club website
Current season

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Historical chart of SC Wiener Neustadt league performance

FC Magna Wiener Neustadt obtained the right to play in the First League due to the collapse of SC Schwanenstadt caused by financial problems. SC Schwanenstadt’s playing licence was taken over by Magna, who took their place in the First League. On 19 May, Austrian-Canadian business man Frank Stronach, the founder of Magna International, was elected president of the club.

The club played its first ever league game on 12 July 2008 against relegated side FC Wacker Innsbruck and lost 0–3. The remaining season was a lot more successful, culminating in the Austrian First League championship and promotion to the Austrian Bundesliga.

In late 2008 1. Wiener Neustädter SC decided to merge with FC Magna. In order to acknowledge the past of 1. SC, FC Magna was renamed SC Magna Wiener Neustadt, effective from 1 July 2009. In 2010 Magna decided to cooperate with SK Sturm Graz.

As of 18 April 2020

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK  AUT Bartoloměj Kuru
2 DF  AUT Andreas Gradinger
4 DF  AUT Nicola Magdelinic
5 DF  POL Sebastian Boenisch
6 MF  AUT Thomas Piermayr
7 FW  AUT Michael Tercek
8 MF  AUT Dominik Puster
10 MF  AUT Michael Perlak
11 MF  MKD David Aliloski
13 DF  AUT Eray Mehmedali
14 MF  AUT Matthias Binder
No. Pos. Nation Player
15 DF  TUR Ömer Hot
17 DF  AUT Mehdi Hetemaj
19 DF  AUT Thomas Jackel
20 FW  SVK Matúš Paukner
21 MF  AUT Denis Spahic
22 MF  AUT Gino Linhart
23 DF  AUT Elias Weidinger
26 GK  SVK Matej Mydla
27 GK  AUT Daniel Glander
28 MF  AUT Alec Flögel
34 GK  AUT Richard Zeiß

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