Synonyms for vfb_mödling or Related words with vfb_mödling

kremser_sc              vöest_linz              wacker_innsbruck              sk_sturm_graz              admira              willfurth              vfb_admira_wacker_mödling              hristic              fc_kärnten              heraf              brauneder              linzer_ask              lask_linz              kapfenberger_sv              flögel              swarovski_tirol              wacker_wien              hanappi              sturm_graz              floridsdorfer_ac              fk_austria_wien              sk_rapid_wien              kranjcar              schöttel              pfeifenberger              sw_bregenz              krankl              kühbauer              wiener_sportclub              austria_wien              lainer              austria_kärnten              skocik              simmeringer_sc              wolfsberger_ac              keglevits              sv_ried              sk_vorwärts_steyr              weinhofer              fc_wacker_innsbruck              grazer_ak              fc_admira_wacker              pasching              pregesbauer              mattersburg              sc_wacker_wien              sk_admira_wien              admira_wacker              tirol_innsbruck              dsv_leoben             

Examples of "vfb_mödling"
After his time with Admira, he had a spell with newly promoted VfB Mödling, second division side Favoritner AC and, finally, amateur outfit USC Wampersdorf.
Hans Leitert (born 15 January 1973) is an Austrian goalkeeping coach. He has coached at VfB Mödling, SK Rapid Vienna, FK Austria Vienna, the Austria national under-21 team, Panathinaikos, Recreativo de Huelva and Tottenham Hotspur.
As a manager he coached in the past the Swiss clubs Grasshopper, FC St. Gallen and FC Zürich, the Austrian team VfB Mödling, Xanthi, APOEL, FC Tirol Innsbruck, Hamburger SV and 1. FC Kaiserslautern. In the season 2005–06 he was the manager of Red Bull Salzburg.
He played for Favoritner AC (until 1984), Wacker Innsbruck (1984–1986), Grazer AK (1986–1987), VfB Mödling (1987–1988), Austria Salzburg (1988–1991), SV Ried (1991–1992) and finally a second spell at Austria Salzburg before retiring from the game in 1993.
On 30 September 1983, Kapl refereed the game of SC Eisenstadt against FC Linz, his first game in the highest Austrian league. Over the next ten seasons, he refereed 92 more games. On 28 November 1992, Kapl ended his career as a football referee with the game between SK Vorwärts Steyr and VfB Mödling (3:2) for reasons of age.
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.
"VfB Mödling" was formed on 17 June 1911 in the Lower Austrian town of Mödling. Since their foundation, Mödling were playing in the highest Lower Austrian league. With the introduction of an Austria-wide national league in 1949, the club was classified into the second tier. Playing most of its existence in second- and third-tier leagues since then, the club enjoyed three brief stints in the top division during the 1952–53 and 1987–88 seasons as well as between 1992 and 1995 before eventually merging with "Admira/Wacker" in 1997.
In 1997, after a financial crisis, VfB Mödling and Admira Wacker merged. In 2004 Iranian Majid Pishyar purchased the club. His stewardship of the club led to on-field and off-field difficulties. The club was relegated after the 2005–06 season. With further financial trouble, Pishyar sold the club to Richard Trenkwalder in 2008. Trenkwalder made a series of changes to the club, including changing the club's name to FC Trenkwalder Admira. His changes eventually paid off, with the club gaining promotion back to the Austrian first division following the 2010–11 season. (Majid Pishyar, meanwhile, notably also caused similar financial problems at a Swiss club, Servette, in the 2011–12 season.)
The Bundesliga was contest by 10 teams, who played against each other four times. SV Austria Salzburg won the Austrian Football Bundesliga for the second time. As champions they were able to take part in the qualifying rounds of the Champions League the following season, but they were knocked out in the qualifying rounds. Rapid Vienna were able to take part in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup due to their cup victory, where they played in the final in Brussels. Sturm Graz as well as Austria Vienna represented Austrian football in UEFA Cup 1996, where Austria Vienna made Round 1. FC Tirol Innsbruck, Linz ASK and SK Vorwärts Steyr all took part in the UEFA Intertoto Cup of 1995, where Tirol made the final. VfB Mödling were relegated for finishing bottom. A play-off for the final relegation place occurred between FC Linz and SV Ried, which saw SV Ried win 3-0 over two legs, thereby relegating FC Linz to the Austrian First League and promoting Ried into the Bundesliga.
The son of Italian immigrants, Berdusco was the original Canadian Soccer League's 3rd all-time highest goal scorer with 54 from 1988 through 1992 as a member of North York Rockets. In 1988 he was the league's 5th leading scorer with 11 goals, in 1990 the 6th leading scorer with 9 goals, in 1991 the league's 2nd leading scorer with 14 goals, and in the league's final season he led in scoring with 14 goals. After the folding of the CSL he signed with the Toronto Blizzard of the American Professional Soccer League in 1993. He made his debut for the club on May 23, 1993 in a match against the Tampa Bay Rowdies. After the Blizzard failed to reach the postseason, he went abroad to Europe to sign with FC Wil in Switzerland, and had a short spell in Austria, playing three matches in November 1994 for VfB Mödling. After his tenure in Europe he came to a conclusion to go to China to play in the Jia League with now defunct Foshan Fosidi (along with fellow Canadian international Ian Carter) in 1994.