Synonyms for fc_kärnten or Related words with fc_kärnten

sk_sturm_graz              lask_linz              kapfenberger_sv              sk_rapid_wien              sv_ried              fc_wacker_innsbruck              wacker_innsbruck              fk_austria_wien              sc_rheindorf_altach              vfb_admira_wacker_mödling              kremser_sc              grazer_ak              sk_vorwärts_steyr              dsv_leoben              wolfsberger_ac              fc_lustenau              admira_wacker              tsv_hartberg              pasching              floridsdorfer_ac              vfb_mödling              sturm_graz              sv_mattersburg              austria_wien              wiener_sportclub              swarovski_tirol              sv_grödig              fc_admira_wacker              vöest_linz              linzer_ask              rapid_wien              austria_lustenau              austria_kärnten              admira_wien              sc_pfullendorf              sw_bregenz              tirol_innsbruck              sv_eintracht_trier              sk_austria_kärnten              ssv_reutlingen              sc_esv_parndorf              waldhof_mannheim              sk_admira_wien              fc_wacker_tirol              sv_waldhof_mannheim              fc_erzgebirge_aue              admira_wacker_mödling              kfc_uerdingen              mattersburg              sv_elversberg             



Examples of "fc_kärnten"
He formerly played for FC Kärnten and ASV in Klagenfurt.
In 1999, Ablade moved from Great Redeemers to FC Kärnten.
Currently the Red-Zac team FC Kärnten plays its home games in the stadium.
In his career as club manager, he coached FC Kärnten, FC Pasching, and Austria Vienna, amongst others.
Before joining SK Austria Kärnten he played youth soccer for SK Maria Saal, BNZ Kärnten and FC Kärnten.
In 2003, Afolabi decided to move to an Austrian club Austria Wien on a free transfer. He made his debut for the club in the Austrian Supercup, which Wien won 2–1 against FC Kärnten. Five days, he made his league debut for the club, again versus FC Kärnten, in a 2–1 loss. In his first season, Afolabi played a total of 33 matches.
During his career, Brzęczek played for Raków Częstochowa, Olimpia Poznań, Lech Poznań, Górnik Zabrze (two spells), GKS Katowice, Tirol Innsbruck (later Wacker Tirol), LASK Linz, Maccabi Haifa, Sturm Graz, FC Kärnten and Polonia Bytom, retiring in 2009 at age 38.
Rudolf Szanwald (6 July 1931 – 2 January 2013) was an Austrian football goalkeeper who played for Austria in the 1958 FIFA World Cup. He also played for Wiener Sport-Club, FC Kärnten, and FK Austria Wien.
Markus Oberleitner (born 16 August 1973 in Munich) is a former football midfielder who played for SpVgg Unterhaching, Fortuna Düsseldorf and SpVgg Greuther Fürth in Germany and finished his career with FC Kärnten in Austria.
Stephan Bürgler (born 21 November 1987 in Klagenfurt) is an Austrian football player who currently plays for SK Austria Kärnten. He formerly played for FC Kärnten and on loan at ASKÖ Köttmansdorf.
He returned to Croatia in 2006, signing for Varteks as a free agent upon the end of his contract with FC Kärnten. After an alleged injury problem and only a few appearances, he left Varteks in the summer of 2007.
Tomáš Čáp (born 21 November 1978 in Hranice na Moravě) is a Czech footballer. In Austria, Čáp played for the FC Kärnten in the 3rd Division, called "Regionalliga Mitte", from July 18th, 2008. His contract finished March 3rd, 2009.
He then moved to Austrian club FC Kärnten and returned to Germany in summer 2004 when Arminia Bielefeld signed him for a two-year deal with a transfer fee of €150,000.
After Unterhaching's relegation in 2001, Oberleitner joined SpVgg Greuther Fürth, of the 2. Bundesliga, but only made two first-team appearances. After a year, he moved to Austria, joining FC Kärnten. He retired from the game in 2003.
Kordula started his career in Baník Ratíškovice, and eventually was transferred to FK Jablonec 97, where he played for seven seasons before moving to Austria to play for FC Kärnten. Then he played for 1. FC Slovácko (2009–2013).
He formerly played for FC Kärnten. He was the captain of Austria Kärnten until he signed with Sturm Graz in June 2009. In summer 2014, after five years with Sturm Graz, he moved to fellow Austrian Bundesliga side Wolfsberger AC.
Sand made his professional debut for Second Division FC Kärnten in the 2005/2006 season and moved to VfL Bochum in 2007. An injury cut short his season for Bochum's Oberliga team (VfL Bochum II) and he returned to Austria, signing for Austria Wien on loan for the 2008/2009 season.
The club was formed on 1 June 2007 and took over the license of ASKÖ Pasching to play in the Austrian Football Bundesliga. SK Austria took over the former name of rivalling FC Kärnten (as well as several notable players and sponsors' funds). In June 2010, the club announced it was filing for bankruptcy and the city founded a new club, SK Austria Klagenfurt.
In seasons 2000/2001 and 2001/2002 he coached FC Kärnten in the Austrian Football First League. Under his leadership the team got promoted to the Austrian Bundesliga and won the National Cup in the first year and the National Supercup in the second.
Marić's younger brother Marijo is also a professional footballer who formerly played in the Bundesliga, most notably for VfL Bochum, but also made a successful career with FC Kärnten in the Austrian Bundesliga and was an occasional member of the Croatian national team between 2002 and 2004 as well.