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Examples of "lustenau"
Eishockey Club Lustenau, commonly referred to as EHC Lustenau or simply Lustenau, is an ice hockey team in Lustenau, Austria. They play in the Inter-National League, the second level of ice hockey in Austria and Slovenia.
He has previously played for CA Metropolitano, FC Lustenau, Austria Lustenau, SC Brühl and FC Wolfurt.
Lustenau has a long and successful history in sports. The town's two football teams, SC Austria Lustenau and FC Lustenau, play in major Austrian football leagues. The well-known and successful skier, Marc Girardelli, was born in Lustenau, and the Lustenau ice-hockey team, EHC Lustenau, is part of the Austrian National League. The town used to be a major centre of the embroidery industry in the past and is now a centre for the new technologies industry.
The club was founded as EHC Lustenau in 1970. In 2000, the club was renamed Gunz EHC Lustenau. They took on their present name, EHC Oberschieder Lustenau in 2005.
Reichshofstadion is a multi-use stadium in Lustenau, Austria, built in 1953. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of SC Austria Lustenau and FC Lustenau 07. The stadium holds 8,800 people.
Until 1830, Lustenau was an independent county reigned by the "counts of Waldburg-Zeil-Lustenau-Hohenems." After 1830 it became part of Austria. The name Lustenau derives from a document signed by the Carolingian king Charles the Fat with the title "Lustenauua curti regali", meaning "Royal Court of Lustenau"
FC Lustenau 07 is an Austrian association football club from Lustenau. Until the 2012–13 they played in the Erste Liga.
SC Austria Lustenau is an Austrian association football club based in Lustenau. It was founded in 1914. They play at the Reichshofstadion.
FC Lustenau 07 and SC Austria Lustenau played in the Austrian Football First League in the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons.
He last played for SC Austria Lustenau in Austria.
Lustenau (; Alemannic: "Luschnou") is a town in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg in the district of Dornbirn. It lies on the River Rhine, which forms the border with Switzerland. Lustenau is Vorarlberg's fourth largest town.
After retiring he became a manager. He has managed SC Austria Lustenau on 3 separate occasions.
Marco Stark (born 5 January 1993) is an Austrian footballer who plays for SC Austria Lustenau.
He previously played for SC Austria Lustenau, SK Sturm Graz and SC Rheindorf Altach.
Sandra Dopfer (born 25 May 1970 in Lustenau) is a former Austrian tennis player.
Christoph Stückler (born 27 May 1980) is an Austrian defender currently playing for SC Austria Lustenau.
Duraković's family moved from Bužim to Lustenau before he was born.
FC Lisse, FC Türkiyemspor in the Netherlands, and for FC Lustenau 07 in Austria.
There are also two very good athletics and gymnastic clubs in Lustenau, the TS (Turnerschaft) Lustenau and the TS (Turnerschaft) Jahn Lustenau. Both have achieved top results nationally and internationally. They also have survived the domination of the football clubs, which led to a total demolition of the athletic track in the Reichshofstadion in 1998. Sadly, the rebuilding project by the county, in progress since 1999, has not been completed, although it should have been finished in 2005.
In June 2014, he signed for Austrian club SC Austria Lustenau. He made his debut against FC Liefering.