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FC Salzburg

FC Salzburg
Salzburg were the only side to win all six UEFA Europa League group matches in 2009/10 ©Getty Images

FC Salzburg

Formed: 1933
Nickname: Die Bullen (The Bulls)

UEFA club competition honours (runners-up in brackets)
• UEFA Cup: (1994)

Domestic honours (most recent triumph in brackets)
• League title: 6 (2010)

History
• The club were founded on 13 September 1933 under the name of SV Austria Salzburg after the merger of FC Rapid Salzburg and FC Hertha Salzburg. They were promoted to the Staatsliga A, then Austria's top-flight, for the first time in 1953.

• Salzburg finished league runners-up in 1970/71 to qualify for the UEFA Cup for the first time, but bowed out to Romanian side FC UTA Arad in the first round. Salzburg moved to the Lehener Stadion the following season and their average attendance rose to 8,700.

• With Croatian Otto Barić at the helm, Salzburg won their first Austrian title in 1994, repeating the feat in 1995 and 1997. Their biggest success on the European stage came in 1993/94 when they reached the UEFA Cup final, only to lose both legs 1-0 against FC Internazionale Milano. They participated in the UEFA Champions League for the first time in 1994/95, finishing third in a section also including AFC Ajax, AC Milan and AEK Athens FC.

• Salzburg moved to the Wals-Siezenheim Stadion in 2003, then changed their name to FC Salzburg in 2005. By then they were firmly established at the top of the Austrian Bundesliga, and won the title again in 2007.

• Towards the end of the decade Salzburg strove to make its name on the European stage, bringing in high-profile coaches such as Giovanni Trapattoni, Co Adriaanse and Huub Stevens as well as players of the calibre of former UEFA Champions League winners Alexander Zickler and Thomas Linke from FC Bayern München. They duly won their sixth title - their third in four seasons - in 2009/10.

Club records
Most appearances: René Aufhauser (259)
Most goals: Marc Janko (67)
Record victory: Salzburg 7-0 FC Banants (UEFA Cup, 17 July 2008)
Record defeat: Salzburg 0-7 SK Rapid Wien (Bundesliga, 23 March 2008)

* Last updated on 12 July 2010

Last updated: 13/07/10 12.22CET

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Matches

HomeAway
The home team is listed first.Last updated: 19/04/2014 02:00 CET
Union St FlorianUnion St Florian0-9SalzburgSalzburg
Wiener NeustadtWiener Neustadt1-5SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg5-1Austria WienAustria Wien
SalzburgSalzburg1-1FenerbahçeFenerbahçe
WackerWacker1-1SalzburgSalzburg
FenerbahçeFenerbahçe3-1SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg4-1GrödigGrödig
SturmSturm1-1SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg5-0ŽalgirisŽalgiris
SalzburgSalzburg1-0AdmiraAdmira
ŽalgirisŽalgiris0-2SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg1-1Rapid WienRapid Wien
RiedRied0-5SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg4-0ElfsborgElfsborg
SalzburgSalzburg2-2WolfsbergWolfsberg
Piberstein LankowitzPiberstein Lankowitz1-1
(5-6(p))
SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg8-1Wiener NeustadtWiener Neustadt
EsbjergEsbjerg1-2SalzburgSalzburg
Austria WienAustria Wien1-2SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg6-0WackerWacker
SalzburgSalzburg2-1Standard LiègeStandard Liège
GrödigGrödig0-3SalzburgSalzburg
KapfenbergKapfenberg1-7SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg1-0SturmSturm
Standard LiègeStandard Liège1-3SalzburgSalzburg
AdmiraAdmira3-1SalzburgSalzburg
Rapid WienRapid Wien2-1SalzburgSalzburg
ElfsborgElfsborg0-1SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg4-0RiedRied
WolfsbergWolfsberg1-2SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg3-0EsbjergEsbjerg
SalzburgSalzburg4-0Austria WienAustria Wien
WackerWacker0-1SalzburgSalzburg
Wiener NeustadtWiener Neustadt1-5SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg6-0GrödigGrödig
SturmSturm1-4SalzburgSalzburg
AjaxAjax0-3SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg6-1AdmiraAdmira
SalzburgSalzburg3-1AjaxAjax
SalzburgSalzburg6-3Rapid WienRapid Wien
RiedRied1-3SalzburgSalzburg
BaselBasel0-0SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg5-0WolfsbergWolfsberg
SalzburgSalzburg1-2BaselBasel
SalzburgSalzburg5-0Wiener NeustadtWiener Neustadt
Austria WienAustria Wien3-0SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg0-0WackerWacker
GrödigGrödig1-3SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg1-2SturmSturm
WolfsbergWolfsberg0-6SalzburgSalzburg
AdmiraAdmira19:00SalzburgSalzburg
Rapid WienRapid Wien19:00SalzburgSalzburg
SalzburgSalzburg16:30RiedRied
WolfsbergWolfsberg16:30SalzburgSalzburg

Club record in UEFA competitions

  • Biggest win:
    17/07/2008, Salzburg 7-0 Banants, Salzburg
  • Biggest defeat:
    27/11/2003, Parma 5-0 Salzburg, Parma
    17/09/1980, Düsseldorf 5-0 Salzburg, Dusseldorf
  • Appearances in UEFA Champions League:  9
  • Appearances in UEFA Cup Winners' Cup:  1
  • Appearances in UEFA Europa League:  13
  • Appearances in UEFA Intertoto Cup:  2
  • Player with most UEFA appearances: 47
    Christoph Leitgeb (  AUT)
  • Top scorers in UEFA club competitions: 11
    Alan (  BRA)
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