Synonyms for admira_wien or Related words with admira_wien

linzer_ask              wiener_sportclub              swarovski_tirol              kremser_sc              tirol_innsbruck              pasching              fc_wacker_innsbruck              rapid_wien_austria_wien              grazer_ak              lokomotive_leipzig              floridsdorfer_ac              rapid_wien              sk_sturm_graz              sk_rapid_wien              admira_wacker_mödling              fk_austria_wien              fc_kärnten              lask_linz              wacker_innsbruck              dsv_leoben              sk_vorwärts_steyr              admira_wacker_wien              sk_admira_wien              sc_wacker_wien              simmeringer_sc              kapfenberger_sv              vfb_mödling              dresdner_sc              vfb_admira_wacker_mödling              waldhof_mannheim              vorwärts_frankfurt              vasas_budapest              sv_amateure              vöest_linz              vorwärts_berlin              berliner_fc_dynamo              tsv_hartberg              vfr_mannheim              bayern_münchen              sk_slovan              austria_wien              hertha_berlin              sv_ried              spvgg_ansbach              wismut_aue              brigittenauer_ac              fv_saarbrücken              freiburger_fc              admira_wacker              vfl_gummersbach             



Examples of "admira_wien"
It was contested by 13 teams, and SK Admira Wien won the championship.
It was contested by 12 teams, and SK Admira Wien won the championship.
In 1928, the club reached the Austrian Cup final, losing 2–1 to SK Admira Wien.
It was contested by 12 teams, and SK Admira Wien won the championship.
It was contested by 12 teams, and SK Admira Wien won the championship.
It was contested by 14 teams, and SK Admira Wien won the championship.
It was contested by 13 teams, and SK Admira Wien won the championship.
Hahn played for Florisdorfer AC, Austria Wien, SC de la Bastiedienne Bordeaux, Favoritner Sportclub, Favoritner AC and Admira Wien.
He coached Cracovia, BSC Young Boys, Alexandria, Admira Wien, Austria (Amateur, most notably at the 1952 Summer Olympics) and SK Rapid Wien.
SK Admira Wien won the championship and qualified for the 1939 German football championship where it lost 9–0 in the final to FC Schalke 04.
Kozlicek played for several clubs, including SC Wacker Wien (1949-1959), Linzer ASK (1959-1965) and SK Admira Wien (1965-1971).
He had a very successful career with SK Rapid Wien and also played for FK Admira Wien (now VfB Admira Wacker Mödling).
As a player, König played for FK Viktoria Žižkov, Slavia Prague, SK Liben, Admira Wien and Marseille. König played once for the Czechoslovakia national team.
Throughout its history Toronto Ukrainians has hosted international friendly matches with a teams such as Heart of Midlothian F.C., Rangers F.C., Tottenham Hotspur F.C., West Bromwich Albion F.C., Admira Wien, Rapid Wien and Wacker Wien.
He coached Stal Mielec, Polonia Bydgoszcz, Zawisza Bydgoszcz, Warta Poznań, GKS Katowice, Olimpia Poznań, Odra Opole, Zagłębie Wałbrzych, Zagłębie Sosnowiec, Górnik Zabrze, Feyenoord, SK Rapid Wien, Admira Wien, Iraklis and Wiener Sportclub.
The 1944–45 season saw two new clubs in the league, SC Rapid Oberlaa and SK Admira Wien. As the league was being expanded for next season from 10 to 12 clubs, no relegation took place.
Hamerl played for several clubs, including FC Wien (1952-1955, 1955-1956), Austria Wien (1955), Wiener Sportclub (1956-1961, 1963-1965) and SK Admira Wien (1961-1963). He scored 158 goals in total in the Austrian Football Bundesliga.
"LSV Hamburg" was formed 8 December 1942 at the direction of Colonel Laicher, commander of the anti-aircraft artillery defending Hamburg. The club was managed by Otto Faist who had led "Schalke 04" to the German national championship in 1939 in a crushing 9:0 victory over "Admira Wien" in the final.
The 1938–39 Gauliga champions qualified for the group stage of the German championship. Dresdner SC, Hamburger SV, Admira Wien and FC Schalke 04 won their championship groups and advanced to the semi-finals with the latter two reaching the championship final which Schalke won.
Two of the four clubs in the 1939 semi-finals had reached the same stage in the previous season, Hamburger SV and FC Schalke 04, while Admira Wien and Dresdner SC replaced Fortuna Düsseldorf and previous seasons champions Hannover 96 in comparison to 1938: