Synonyms for dsv_leoben or Related words with dsv_leoben

kapfenberger_sv              fc_lustenau              sk_sturm_graz              fc_wacker_innsbruck              fc_kärnten              kremser_sc              tsv_hartberg              lask_linz              vfb_admira_wacker_mödling              wiener_sportclub              sv_grödig              sk_vorwärts_steyr              sc_rheindorf_altach              floridsdorfer_ac              sc_esv_parndorf              sv_ried              fk_austria_wien              grazer_ak              linzer_ask              simmeringer_sc              sk_rapid_wien              pasching              wacker_innsbruck              sv_eintracht_trier              favoritner_ac              ssv_reutlingen              austria_lustenau              vfb_mödling              admira_wien              sc_pfullendorf              vöest_linz              brigittenauer_ac              sv_mattersburg              eintracht_bad_kreuznach              vfl_kirchheim_teck              kfc_uerdingen              südwest_ludwigshafen              sc_feucht              fc_admira_wacker              sk_austria_kärnten              fsv_zwickau              vse_sankt_pölten              sportfreunde_eisbachtal              sv_elversberg              sv_röchling_völklingen              tsv_ampfing              fc_sachsen_leipzig              sportfreunde_siegen              asv_hertha              vfr_mannheim             

Examples of "dsv_leoben"
His brother Christian is professional footballer for DSV Leoben.
Saadati previously played for DSV Leoben in the Austrian First Division.
Péter Bonifert (born 4 July 1985 in Budapest) is a Hungarian football player who currently plays for DSV Leoben.
DSV Leoben is an Austrian association football club based in Leoben. It was founded in 1928. They play at the Donawitz Stadium.
Niederbacher played for Strum Graz, SV Waregem, Paris Saint-Germain, Stade Reims, First Vienna, Rapid Wien, Vorwärts Steyr, LASK Linz, Pécsi Mecsek and DSV Leoben.
Heimo Kump (born April 1, 1968) is an Austrian football manager and former player. He previously managed clubs including DSV Leoben.
Kral played in his career for Admira Wacker, Austria Wien, DSV Leoben, SK Schwadorf, Trenkwalder Admira, SV Neuberg and last for UFC Purbach.
After an unsuccessful bid at training camp with Hibernian, he was immediately resigned by Austrian club DSV Leoben in 2007. In summer 2008 he moved to promoted Kapfenberg.
Born in Leoben, Styria, Linz started in the youth teams of local DSV Leoben. Aged 15, he left for Germany to finish his football grooming, with Bavaria's TSV 1860 München.
In 2007 he was close to sign a contract with Austrian Football First League club DSV Leoben. Economical problems made the transfer imbossible. His last club where he did play for was amateur club Haaglandia.
Pichlmann first made his name at Second Division DSV Leoben before moving to top flight outfit SV Pasching. In 2006 he joined Austria Wien, winning the domestic cup final in which he was a late substitute. He
Donawitz Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Leoben, Austria. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of DSV Leoben. The stadium holds 6,000 people and was built in 2000.
Abu Kanneh (born 9 November 1983) is a Liberian footballer who plays as a striker for DSV Leoben. He previously played for FC Gratkorn. He is also a member of the Liberia national football team.
During his playing career, Kronsteiner had played with DSV Leoben, Wacker Innsbruck, Red Bull Salzburg, LASK Linz, and Rapid Lienz. While with Wacker, he won two Austrian Bundesliga titles and participated in the UEFA Cup.
Spirk made his professional debut at Grazer AK in the 2006/2007 season only to move to LASK Linz at the end of the season. He didn't experience much playing time in Linz however and in summer 2008, Spirk was loaned out for a year to Austrian Second Division side DSV Leoben.
In September 2009 he took over the Head Coaching Position from Dejan Stankovic at the Austrian Regional League Club (Regionalliga Mitte, 3rd Austrian League) DSV Leoben. After financial troubles at the club he left in Summer 2010 to take on a Job as a Coaching Assistant in his hometown Gleisdorf.
Kushtrim Munishi started his career in 1990 making his first appearance for FC Prishtina at the age 17. In 1993 he joined Zagłębie Lubin from Poland. From 1993 to 1999 he played for DSV Leoben (and for a brief time in autumn 1997 for ASKOe Gurnitz in Carinthia, both in Austria), Lokomotiv Plovdiv in Bulgaria and Partizani in Albania.
Kozelsky played for lower league sides Liebenfels and Bleiburg before joining Austrian Football Bundesliga outfit FC Kärnten for the second half of the 2002-2003 season. In 2004 he signed for DSV Leoben. He impressed in a trial with Hibernian in May 2007, and joined Hibernian at their pre-season training camp to try to get a contract with the club.
A sweeper, Chernyshov played for numerous clubs in his homeland, including three Moscow-based clubs Dynamo, Spartak and Torpedo, as well as Rubin Kazan. He also represented various clubs abroad, such as Sturm Graz, DSV Leoben and BSV Bad Bleiberg in Austria, PAOK in Greece, SpVgg Greuther Fürth in Germany, as well as Royal Antwerp in Belgium.
Murat Topal (born 5 April 1976) is a Turkish-Austrian futsal player. He currently plays for Stella Rossa Vienna, and previously played amateur and professional level for Post SV, FavAC, Fenerbahçe, Admira Wacker, DSV Leoben, SC Kottingbrunn, Sturm Graz, SV Aspern, IC Favoriten, SC Ritzing, SV Aspern, SV Leobendorf, SV Würmla, SC Lassee.