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Kapfenberger SV

Full name Kapfenberger Sportvereinigung Superfund
Nickname(s) Falken (The Falcons)
Founded 14 September 1919 (1919-09-14)
(as Kapfenberger SC)
Ground Franz-Fekete-Stadion
Ground Capacity 12,000
Chairman Erwin Fuchs
Manager Kurt Russ
League Austrian First League
2013–14 5th

Kapfenberger SV is an Austrian association football club from Kapfenberg. They won the 2007–08 Austrian Football First League and advanced to the Austrian Bundesliga. The club was founded in 1919 as Kapfenberger SC. The club was renamed into Kapfenberger SV in 1947 and currently play in the Austrian First League, the second level of Austrian football.

Current squad

As of 18 July, 2014
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Christoph Nicht
2 DF Toshiro Yatsuzuka
3 DF Manfred Gollner
4 DF Michael Hochleitner
5 DF Christian Bubalović
6 FW Kelvin Nwamora
7 MF David Harrer
8 MF Michael Vollmann
9 FW Ronivaldo
10 MF Edin Bahtić
11 FW Philipp Wendler
12 GK Christian Petrovcic
13 MF Marco Perchtold
No. Position Player
14 MF Markus Felfernig
15 MF Mario Grgić
16 MF Thomas Schnittler
17 DF Albert Vallci
18 DF Stefan Meusburger
19 MF Sun-Bin Kim
20 MF Gerald Nutz
21 MF Markus Farnleitner
22 MF Takeshi Ito
23 DF Gernot Suppan
24 FW David Witteveen
26 GK Aldin Malagić
30 MF Ralph Spirk

Notable players

This list includes players with 100 or more appearances for Kapfenberger SV, or who appeared for their country while playing for Kapfenberger SV


External links

  • Official Site
  • Kapfenberger SV at UEFA.COM
  • Kapfenberger SV at EUFO.DE
  • Kapfenberger SV at
  • Kapfenberger SV at Football
  • Kapfenberger SV at National Football
  • Kapfenberger SV at
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