SV Innsbruck – The Pride of Tyrol
|Team Name:||SV Innsbruck|
|Owner:||Franz Grad, Kurt Strobl, and Andreas Hörtnagl|
Overview of the team
SV Innsbruck is a professional football team from Innsbruck, Austria. They play in the Austrian Regional League West, which is the third-tier league in Austria. SV Innsbruck was founded in 2007 as a merger between FC Wacker Innsbruck and FC Tirol Innsbruck.
History of the team
SV Innsbruck was founded in 2007 as a merger between FC Wacker Innsbruck and FC Tirol Innsbruck. Both teams had a successful history in Austrian football. FC Wacker Innsbruck was founded in 1915 and won four Austrian Championships and three Austrian Cups. FC Tirol Innsbruck was founded in 1993 and won four Austrian Championships and one Austrian Cup.
SV Innsbruck played their first season in the Austrian Regional League West in 2007/08 and finished in second place. In the following season, they won the league and got promoted to the Austrian Football Second League. However, they struggled and got relegated in the same season. Since then, they have been playing in the Austrian Regional League West.
Notable Players and Coaches
SV Innsbruck has not produced many notable players over the years. However, some former players of FC Wacker Innsbruck and FC Tirol Innsbruck, who are now part of SV Innsbruck, are notable. Some of these players include Stefan Maierhofer, Christian Schilling, and Michael Baur.
As for coaches, SV Innsbruck had Andreas Heraf, who also coached the Austrian Women’s National team. He was the head coach of SV Innsbruck from 2008 to 2011.
Most Successful Season
SV Innsbruck’s most successful season was in 2008/09, when they won the Austrian Regional League West and got promoted to the Austrian Football Second League.
The club is owned by Franz Grad, Kurt Strobl, and Andreas Hörtnagl.
SV Innsbruck plays their home matches at Tivoli-Neu Stadium, which has a capacity of 17,400 spectators. The stadium was built for the 2008 European Football Championship and is shared by FC Wacker Innsbruck and SV Innsbruck.
SV Innsbruck is a relatively new club with a short history, but they have already achieved some success. They have a loyal fan base and play their home matches at a modern stadium. The club is looking to continue to grow and achieve more in Austrian football.