FC Bergheim is an Austrian football club from Bergheim from the federals state Salzburg. The women's section plays in the ÖFB-Frauenliga, the highest league in women's football in Austria. The second team is playing in the Future League.

FC Bergheim
Full nameFußballclub Bergheim
Founded1999 (as USK Hof)
2014 FC Bergheim
GroundSportplatz Bergheim
PresidentGerhard Hofer
ManagerDragan Terzic
2021-22ÖFB-Frauenliga, 9th
WebsiteClub website

History change

The women's soccer club started as USK Hof in 1999. The club played in the Salzburger Frauenliga (3rd level). From 2001 till 2005 the team was member of the 2. Division Mitte (2nd level). 2006-07 the won the league but lost the relegation matches to the Bundesliga versus FC St. Veit. The next season they became also champions and won versus SV Groß-Schweinbarth and were promoted to the ÖFB-Frauenliga.

For the 2020-11 season they made a syndicate with FC Bergheim. In the 2012-13 season they were relegated to the 2. Liga Mitte/West. They won the league in the following two seasons but lost the relegation matches versus ASK Erlaa and Carinthians Soccer Women. In the season 2015-16 they played for the first time as FC Bergheim. After the championship they won the relegation versus ASK Erlaa and were promoted to the Frauen-Bundesliga.

Honours change

Winners of 2. Liga (5x)
2007, 2008, 2014, 2015, 2016

Current squad change

As of 1 February 2022[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   Austria Michaela Fischer
2 FW   Austria Melak Bauerl
2 DF   Austria Nina Fernsebner
3 MF   Austria Emma Dapra
3 DF   Germany Karin Heisen
4 DF   Austria Maria-Anna Ganisl
4 DF   Austria Sabrina Gahr
6 DF   Austria Julia Kastner
7 MF   Austria Sophia Schirmbrand
8 FW   Austria Caroline Gragger
8 MF   Austria Sarah Putz
9 FW   Germany Chiara Lapuste
10 FW   Austria Cécilia Rados
10 FW   Austria Lisa Lausenhammer
11 DF   Austria Anna Hengstl
12 FW   Austria Aldina Hamzic
No. Pos. Nation Player
13 MF   Austria Alexandra Wimmer
13 MF   Austria Teresa Knauseder
14 DF   Austria Sarah Sturm
15 MF   Germany Yvonne Maliha
16 MF   Austria Christina Gierzinger
17 FW   Croatia Vina Crnoja
18 FW   Austria Katharina Neuhauser
18 DF   Croatia Lucia Orkic
19 DF   Austria Julia Neuwirth
20 MF   Austria Bianca Neubauer
20   Austria Viktoria Knosp
20 DF   Austria Maxima Oberascher
21 MF   Austria Sara Schaible
22 DF   Austria Katharina Hillebrand
24 GK   Austria Julia Zangerl
77 GK   Austria Fiona Popetschnig

Coaching staff change

2021/22 season[2]

Former players change

References change