Synonyms for sk_admira or Related words with sk_admira

simmeringer_sc              wiener_sportclub              linzer_ask              brigittenauer_ac              sk_slovan              ubsc              floridsdorfer_ac              asv_hertha              admira_wien              kremser_sc              sv_amateure              aon_hotvolleys              rapid_wien_austria_wien              tirol_innsbruck              fc_admira_wacker              mehsarosch              ver_selb              ströll              kirbes              phönix_karlsruhe              sv_norden_nordwest              sk_admira_wien              körner_binder              pasching              lokomotive_leipzig              kaspirek              sc_wacker_wien              kirisits              schöttel              ostbahn_xi              körner_körner              askö              riegler_dienst              kaburek              psv_chemnitz              schwarz_weiß_bregenz              grün_weiss              weselik              giesser              mannheim_vfr              wacker_wien              ehc_lustenau              augsburg_tsv              bayern_münchen              admira              fv_saarbrücken              bc_hartha              eisarena              vorwärts_rasensport_gleiwitz              bundesstadion             

Examples of "sk_admira"
In 1928, the club reached the Austrian Cup final, losing 2–1 to SK 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.
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.
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).
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.
The 1934 season of the Mitropa Cup football club tournament was won by AGC Bologna who defeated SK Admira Vienna 7–4 on aggregate in the final. It was Bologna's second victory in the competition, having won it previously in 1932. The two legs of the final were played on 5 September and 9 September.
FC Admira Wacker Mödling (short: 'Admira') is a football club from Mödling, Austria. The club was originally formed in 1905 as "SK Admira Wien" in the Austrian capital. Mergers in 1971 with "SC Wacker Wien", in 1997 with "VfB Mödling" and in 2008 with SK Schwadorf led to its current name. There are 3 teams located in and outside Vienna.
The other champions were Morocco (1980), New Zealand (2000), Uzbekistan (2001), Czechoslovakia Olympic football team (1987) and also Austria’s with their represented SK Admira Wacker (1991), German club-Hamburger SV (1988), Argentina states-Buenos Aires XI (1983) and Brazil states-Santa Catarina XI (1982). While Brazilian states – Sao Paulo XI, Minas Gerais XI, and America FC Rio de Janeiro finished runners-up together with Japan and India in the 60 years history of the tournament.
Medjedovic was born in Sarajevo, and came to Austria with his family. His football career began in the youth divisions of SK Admira Linz and LASK Linz. At 18, he joined the AGOVV Apeldoorn in Eerste Divisie the Dutch second division. In the Jupiler League, he played 20 games and scored a goal between 2007 and 2009. In the 2009/10 season he played for MFK Karvina of Czech 2. Liga the second division in the Czech Republic. In 2010 he returned to Austria and joined the FC Blau-Weiß Linz from the Austrian Regional League Central.
"SK Admira Vienna" was formed in the Vienna district of Jedlesee as a merger between two football clubs named "Burschenschaft Einigkeit" and "Sportklub Vindobona" in 1905. In 1919, Admira were promoted to the first tier of the Austrian league system for the first time in their history. The club soon became one of the more successful teams during the inter-war period, capturing seven Austrian national championship and three Austrian Cup titles. Several Admira players were also regulars in the Austrian national football team at this time.
Ferencváros entered the Mitropa Cup 1928 and won the first tie against BSK Beograd 7–0 in Beograd, Yugoslavia on 19 August. The return match was won by Ferencváros 6–1 on 26 August. In the semi-finals Ferencváros beat SK Admira Wien 2-1at the Hohe Warte Stadium on 9 September 1928. The second tie was also won by Ferencváros 1–0 at the Üllői úti Stadion. In the final Ferencváros beat Rapid Wien 7–1 at the Üllői úti Stadion on 28 October 1928. The return match was won by SK Rapid Wien by 5–3 on 11 November 1928.
Early Austrian football was dominated by clubs from Vienna and the Wien derby as it is known today was contested by many different clubs, most notably Rapid, First Vienna FC, who are located in the northern district 19 and SK Admira Vienna from district 21 also in the north of the city. The three clubs dominated Austrian football winning every title from 1927-1946 but Admira later merged with other clubs and eventually moved to Mödling, a town south of Vienna. The original Viennese club, First Vienna went into decline after the 1950s and now play outside the top flight. FK Austria became Rapid's main rival in the early 1960s as the two began to dominate Austrian football.
Compared to other major Danish cities, it took a long time before a stadium was constructed in the city of Odense. The sports facilities in Odense after World War I have been described as being overall "bad" even though sports facilities exited in Kræmmermarken and Odense Boldklub had its own sports facility. In the beginning of the 1920s, Aarhus and Aalborg inaugurated their own stadiums, which increased the local discussions regarding building a stadium in Odense, but a decision could not made in the first couple of years, partly due to the huge concerns by the dominating political party in the city council, Conservative People's Party. The stadium plans were finally approved by the then-mayor of Odense, Hans Christian Petersen (Conservative People's Party), and Odense Idrætspark was founded on 27 December 1927, with the expectation that the municipality built the stadium, and the local sports clubs would run it. The building site for the city's first stadium was placed at Kildemosen, in an area located in the western section of the workshops for Sydfyenske Railways (SFJ) and 'Sukkerkogeriet Odense'. On 16 August 1931, the first edition of Odense Idrætspark, was inaugurated with an association football match marked by pouring rain – on the exhibition pitch without any grandstands – between a selected Odense-team and the runners-up in the 1930–31 Austrian football championship, SK Admira Vienna, with the visitors securing a 9–2 win.