1928–29 Austrian football championship

Statistics of Austrian first league in the 1928/1929 season.

Overview

This was the 18th season of the 1.Liga, and was contested by 12 teams - the top 11 clubs from last season's 1.Liga and SC Nicholson (last season's 2.Liga champions).

League standings

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst GF GA Pts GD Notes
1 SK Rapid Wien 22 15 3 4 57 31 33 +26
2 SK Admira Wien 22 13 4 5 63 30 30 +33
3 Wiener AC 22 11 8 3 49 28 30 +21
4 Wiener Sportclub 22 11 3 8 50 43 25 +7
5 Floridsdorfer AC 22 10 5 7 51 42 25 +9
6 SC Nicholson 22 11 1 10 47 45 23 +2
7 First Vienna FC 22 8 6 8 43 35 22 +8
8 FK Austria Wien 22 8 4 10 40 42 20 -2
9 ASV Hertha Wien 22 8 3 11 28 53 19 -25
10 SC Wacker Wien 22 7 4 11 36 41 18 -5
11 SK Slovan 22 3 4 15 37 71 10 -34 Relegated to 2.Liga
12 Brigittenauer AC 22 4 1 17 26 66 9 -40

Despite two clubs being relegated, only one club was promoted from 2.Liga (Hakoah Vienna), meaning next season's 1.Liga would feature 11 clubs.

References

  • Austria - List of final tables (RSSSF)

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