Synonyms for linzer_ask or Related words with linzer_ask

wiener_sportclub              simmeringer_sc              kremser_sc              floridsdorfer_ac              sk_admira_wien              rapid_wien_austria_wien              swarovski_tirol              sk_sturm_graz              grazer_ak              admira_wacker_wien              brigittenauer_ac              fc_wacker_innsbruck              tirol_innsbruck              sk_vorwärts_steyr              admira_wien              sk_rapid_wien              vfb_admira_wacker_mödling              vöest_linz              kapfenberger_sv              pasching              fk_austria_wien              vfb_mödling              sc_esv_parndorf              sc_wacker_wien              vse_sankt_pölten              wacker_innsbruck              schwarz_weiß_bregenz              sv_stockerau              sk_slovan              sv_amateure              austria_wien_rapid_wien              asv_hertha              fc_kärnten              dsv_leoben              fc_swarovski_tirol              admira_wacker_mödling              tivoli_neu_innsbruck              tsv_hartberg              lask_linz              wiener_neustädter_sc              fc_gratkorn              turu_düsseldorf              sv_mattersburg              fortuna_sachsenroß_hannover              willfurth              lokomotive_leipzig              fc_admira_wacker              vfl_neckarau              vorwärts_berlin              austria_wien             

Examples of "linzer_ask"
It was contested by 14 teams, and Linzer ASK won the championship.
Gallos played for Eisenstadt, Rapid Vienna, Linzer ASK, Admira Wacker and Neusiedi am See. He also won 6 caps for Austria.
Kozlicek played for several clubs, including SC Wacker Wien (1949-1959), Linzer ASK (1959-1965) and SK Admira Wien (1965-1971).
Kafkas was born in Ankara. He played for PTT, Keçiörengücü, Diyarbakırspor, Erzurumspor, Konyaspor, Trabzonspor, Galatasaray, Bursaspor and Denizlispor in Turkey and SV Pasching, Linzer ASK and Admira Wacker Mödling in Austria. He finally retired in 2005.
The 1940–41 season saw three new clubs in the league, Floridsdorfer AC, Grazer SC and Linzer ASK. Compare to the previous season the league had seen an expansion from eight to ten teams.
Mamia Jikia (; born 11 December 1975 in Poti) is a retired Georgian footballer (midfielder). He is a former member of Georgia national football team. He was connected mostly years of his career with Ruch Chorzów. He came to Poland in 1997 from FC Odishi Zugdidi. In his career he also played for Linzer ASK.
The club's first name was "Linzer Sportclub". During an extraordinary general meeting on 14 September 1919, the final change of name, to Linzer Athletik Sport-Klub (short form "Linzer ASK") took place, its forerunner setting the example. Nevertheless, the public denomination of the team was largely Lask. The club first appeared in top-flight competition in the Gauliga Ostmark in 1940–41, coming last and being relegated.
Austrian football was again independent after World War II and championship play was limited to Viennese clubs until 1948–49 when clubs from the rest of Austria were re-admitted. In 1965, Linzer ASK became the first team from outside the capital to claim the Austrian title, leading the way for clubs such as FC Wacker Innsbruck, VÖEST Linz, SV Austria Salzburg, Sturm Graz, and Grazer AK.
The club was founded as "Steyrer Fußballklub Vorwärts" with the club colours of red and white, the official founding ceremony was held at the Casino Steyr on 14 April 1919. The first match of Vorwärts Steyr was on 15 June 1919 in Linz against Linzer ASK (result 2–2). Already in its first year, the club won the Upper Austrian League; a national league did not exist at that time. In 1949 after dominating the state leagues, they managed to get to the Austrian Cup final which was held in Vienna against Austria Vienna which they lost 2–5, however reaching the final is still considered a major success even to this day. In the 1960s and 1970s, the club spent all its time in the Regionalliga Mitte or the Upper Austrian League. This twenty-year dry spell ended in 1979, when they returned to the Second Division. From 1982 Vorwärts established themselves in the second division until in 1988, after 37 years, when they gained promotion to the highest Austrian league, the Bundesliga where the club remained until 1996. The early-1990s saw the club reach its best ever league position in the 1990/91 and 1991/92 seasons, seventh place in the table. In 1995 they played in the Intertoto Cup and won the group stage remaining unbeaten (2–1 away win against Eintracht Frankfurt) and missed out on the UEFA Cup qualifiers only after an away defeat to Racing Strasbourg. By 1995 the club was deeply in debt with about 15 million shillings owed, so they required a bailout in the form of a guarantee from the town of Steyr. The bitter 0–2 defeat against LASK Linz on 29 May 1999 sealed the relegation from the top flight. Finally, the club had their license permanently withdrawn on 11 January 2000, ceasing operations and forfeiting the remaining matches. With an application for compulsory settlement, bankruptcy proceedings were opened. The club restarted from the lowest amateur division in August 2001. Since then the club has steadily risen through the amateur leagues and has returned to the 3rd tier of Austrian football.