Starkl: On loan to Admira

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SK Rapid Vienna officially announces Dominik Starkl's move to Admira Wacker: The 21-year-old forward has moved on loan for the 2015/2016 season to South City side Admira Wacker (who have an option to buy). Starkl made the jump from the reserves to the Rapid first team in spring 2012 and has since gone on to make 47 competitive appearances, scoring three goals. In addition Starkl, who turns 22 in… [Read more]

Pre-season: everything you need to know

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Currently our players are to be found either enjoying a well-earned holiday or on international duty with their respective national teams. In the middle of June training recommences ahead of some friendly fixtures. For those players not involved in international action the return date is 16th June those representing their countries such as Robert Beric, Jan Novota, Philipp Schobesberger and… [Read more]

Welcome to Rapid, Stephan Auer

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Club completes transfer: the 24-year old Stephan Auer has arrived from FC Admira Wacker on a three year contract! The flexible utility man from Lower Austria returns to the city of his birth, and will remain with the club until at least summer 2018. Stephan is our fourth new recruit ahead of the coming season, joining Stefan Nutz, Philipp Huspek and the Spaniard Tomi in making the switch to… [Read more]

Signing off in style: Rapid stroll to 5:0 win in Wolfsberg

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The last game of 2014/15 saw Zoran Barisic continue the recent trend of rotating his playing staff. Brian Behrendt and Stefan Stangl came back into the starting line up, while an incredibly strong looking substitutes bench consisted of the likes of Thomas Schrammel, Stefan Schwab, Flo Kainz and Deni Alar. The sun was shining in Carinthia and a healthy crowd packed into the Lavanttal-Arena. Prior… [Read more]

2:0 in Grödig: Two penalties see off Salzburg side

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Sunday's draw against Wiener Neustadt had already sealed second place in the Bundesliga for the Hütteldorfers who could approach the game in Grödig in a relatively relaxed mood. The Green & Whites went into the match looking to right one of the remaining wrongs: in the games this season against Grödig victory had proved elusive, with the three matches producing two draws and one defeat.… [Read more]

Green & White young guns secure second place

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Zoran Barisic had already made it clear during the week that he we would see some player rotation for the visit of Wiener Neustadt, and hence the starting line-up came as no surprise. Jan Novota was restored in goal, Stefan Stangl and Christopher Dibon were drafted into the defence, whilst in a forced change Brian Behrendt came in for the suspended Stefan Schwab. Regardless of the names on the… [Read more]

Demolition Derby: Rapid dismantle city rivals

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With derby debutant Marko Maric retaining his place in goal, Rapid got underway in a rocking Ernst-Happel-Stadium, looking to right the wrongs of this season's three previous derby encounters. The first minutes saw both sides trying to feel their way into the contest in the bright Viennese sun, before the first chance of the afternoon fell to the Hütteldorfers: a long ball wasn't dealt with… [Read more]

Rapid dismantle city rivals

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With derby debutant Marko Maric retaining his place in goal, Rapid got underway in a rocking Ernst-Happel-Stadium, looking to right the wrongs of this season's three previous derby encounters. The first minutes saw both sides trying to feel their way into the contest in the bright Viennese sun, before the first chance of the afternoon fell to the Hütteldorfers: a long ball wasn't dealt with… [Read more]

Late fightback secures points in Altach

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Two teams battling it out for European football took to the pitch on Sunday as second placed Rapid pitted their wits against fourth placed Altach. With a crucial three points at stake both teams began the game full of attacking intent and went in search of the early breakthrough. Steffen Hofmann whipped an early free kick into the hosts’ penalty area, but the Altach rear-guard were on the toes… [Read more]

Late fightback secures points

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Two teams battling it out for European football took to the pitch on Sunday as second placed Rapid pitted their wits against fourth placed Altach. With a crucial three points at stake both teams began the game full of attacking intent and went in search of the early breakthrough. Steffen Hofmann whipped an early free kick into the hosts’ penalty area, but the Altach rear-guard were on the toes… [Read more]

League Table

League table
Pl. Club Game Goals Pts
1. FC RB Salzburg 36 +50 81
2. FK Austria Wien 36 +22 63
3. SK Sturm Graz 36 +16 60
4. SCR Altach 36 -3 53
5. SK Rapid 36 +10 46
6. FC Flyeralarm Admira 36 -19 46
7. SV Mattersburg 36 -15 43
8. Wolfsberger AC 36 -19 42
9. SKN St. Pölten 36 -19 37
10. SV Ried 36 -23 35