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Trophy of Austrian Cup

The Austrian Cup, in German: ÖFB-Cup is an annual football (soccer) competition held by the Austrian Football Association, the ÖFB.

It has been held since 1919, with the exception of the time of the Anschluss between 1939 and 1945 and the period between 1950 and 1958 when the competition was deemed of little interest. Because Austria co-hosted Euro 2008, only amateur teams took part in the Austrian Cup in 2008.

Due to sponsorship arrangements with a brewery the official name of the tournament has been since 2003 ÖFB-Stiegl-Cup'.

Having won the cup 26 times, Austria Wien is by far the most successful competitor.

Finals

  • 2009 FK Austria Wien 3:1 Trenkwalder Admira (aet)
  • 2008 SV Horn 2:1 SV Feldkirchen
  • 2007 FK Austria Wien 2-1 SV Mattersburg
  • 2006 Austria Wien 3-0 SV Mattersburg
  • 2005 Austria Wien 3-1 Rapid Wien
  • 2004 Grazer AK 3-3 Austria Wien (aet, 5-4 pen)
  • 2003 Austria Wien 3-0 FC Kärnten
  • 2002 Grazer AK 3-2 Sturm Graz
  • 2001 FC Kärnten 2-1 FC Tirol Innsbruck (aet)
  • 2000 Grazer AK 2-2 SV Austria Salzburg (aet, 4-3 pen)
  • 1999 Sturm Graz 1-1 LASK Linz (aet, 4-2 pen)
  • 1998 SV Ried 3-1 Sturm Graz
  • 1997 Sturm Graz 2-1 First Vienna FC
  • 1996 Sturm Graz 3-1 FC Admira/Wacker
  • 1995 Rapid Wien 1-0 DSV Leoben
  • 1994 Austria Wien 4-0 FC Linz
  • 1993 FC Wacker Innsbruck 3-1 Rapid Wien
  • 1992 Austria Wien 1-0 FC Admira/Wacker
  • 1991 SV Stockerau 2-1 Rapid Wien
  • 1990 Austria Wien 3-1 Rapid Wien (aet)
  • 1989 FC Swarovski Tirol 0-2 6-2 FC Admira/Wacker
  • 1988 Kremser SC 2-0 1-3 FC Tirol Innsbruck (Krems on away goal)
  • 1987 Rapid Wien 2-0 2-2 FC Swarovski Tirol
  • 1986 Austria Wien 6-4 Rapid Wien (aet)
  • 1985 Rapid Wien 3-3 Austria Wien (aet, 6-5 pen)
  • 1984 Rapid Wien 1-3 2-0 Austria Wien (Rapid Wien on away goal)
  • 1983 Rapid Wien 3-0 5-0 FC Wacker Innsbruck
  • 1982 Austria Wien 1-0 3-1 FC Wacker Innsbruck
  • 1981 Grazer AK 0-1 2-0 Austria Salzburg (2nd leg aet)
  • 1980 Austria Wien 0-1 2-0 Austria Salzburg
  • 1979 FC Wacker Innsbruck 1-0 1-1 FC Admira/Wacker
  • 1978 Wacker Innsbruck 1-1 2-1 SK VÖEST Linz
  • 1977 Austria Wien 1-0 3-0 Wiener Sport-Club
  • 1976 Rapid Wien 1-0 1-2 FC Wacker Innsbruck (Rapid Wien on away goal)
  • 1975 Wacker Innsbruck 3-0 0-2 Sturm Graz
  • 1974 Austria Wien 2-1 1-1 Austria Salzburg
  • 1973 Wacker Innsbruck 1-0 1-2 Rapid Wien (Wacker on away goal)
  • 1972 Rapid Wien 1-2 3-1 Wiener Sport-Club
  • 1971 Austria Wien 2-1 Rapid Wien (aet)
  • 1970 FC Wacker Innsbruck 1-0 LASK
  • 1969 Rapid Wien 2-1 Wiener Sport-Club
  • 1968 Rapid Wien 2-0 Grazer AK
  • 1967 Austria Wien 1-2 1-0 LASK (2nd leg aet, Austria Wien on coin toss)
  • 1966 SK Admira Wien 1-0 Rapid Wien
  • 1965 LASK 1-1 1-0 Wiener Neustadt
  • 1964 SK Admira Wien 1-0 Austria Wien
  • 1963 Austria Wien 1-0 LASK
  • 1962 Austria Wien 4-1 Grazer AK
  • 1961 Rapid Wien 3-1 First Vienna FC
  • 1960 Austria Wien 4-2 Rapid Wien
  • 1959 Wiener AC 2-0 Rapid Wien

  • 1950 - 1958 no competition held (as deemed uninteresting by the association)

  • 1949 Austria Wien 5-2 Vorwärts Steyr
  • 1948 Austria Wien 2-0 Sturm Graz
  • 1947 SC Wacker Wien 4-3 Austria Wien
  • 1946 Rapid Wien 2-1 First Vienna FC

  • 1939 - 1945 Austrian clubs took part in German competition / World War II

  • 1938 WAC Schwarz-Rot 1-0 Wiener Sport-Club
  • 1937 First Vienna 2-0 Wiener Sport-Club
  • 1936 Austria Wien 3-0 First Vienna FC
  • 1935 Austria Wien 5-1 Wiener AC
  • 1934 SK Admira Wien 8-0 Rapid Wien
  • 1933 Austria Wien 1-0 Brigittenauer AC
  • 1932 SK Admira Wien 6-1 Wiener AC
  • 1931 Wiener AC [league system] 16 pts, 2. Austria Wien 15 pts
  • 1930 First Vienna FC 1-0 Austria Wien
  • 1929 First Vienna FC 3-2 Rapid Wien
  • 1928 SK Admira Wien 2-1 Wiener AC
  • 1927 Rapid Wien 3-0 Austria Wien
  • 1926 Amateur-SV 4-3 First Vienna FC
  • 1925 Amateur-SV 3-1 First Vienna FC
  • 1924 Amateur-SV 8-6 SK Slovan Wien(aet)
  • 1923 Wiener Sport-Club 3-1 SC Wacker Wien
  • 1922 Wiener AF 2-1 Amateur-SV
  • 1921 Amateur-SV 2-1 Wiener Sport-Club
  • 1920 Rapid Wien 5-2 Amateur-SV
  • 1919 Rapid Wien 3-0 Wiener Sport-Club

Note: Amateur-SV is the former name of Austria Wien.

See also

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