List of Austrian football teams

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These are the Austrian football teams and the leagues they played in for the 2010/11 season.

T-Mobile Bundesliga (First Division)Edit

"Heute für Morgen" Erste Liga (Second Division)Edit

The champion of the league promotes to the Austrian Bundesliga.

Regionalliga (Third Division)Edit

The Regionalliga is divided into three sections. The second teams of clubs from the first division are not allowed to promote to the Second Division.

Regionalliga Ost (East)Edit

  • Floridsdorfer AC from Vienna
  • SV Stegersbach from Burgenland
  • SC Columbia Floridsdorf from Vienna
  • Simmeringer SC from Vienna
  • FC Admira Wacker Mödling II from Lower Austria
  • SC Neusiedl am See from Burgenland
  • SC Ostbahn XI from Vienna
  • SC-ESV Parndorf 1919 from Burgenland
  • SC Ritzing from Burgenland
  • SV Schwechat from Lower Austria
  • 1. SC Sollenau from Lower Austria
  • FK Austria Wien II from Vienna
  • SK Rapid Wien II from Vienna
  • Wiener Sportklub from Vienna
  • SKU Amstetten from Lower Austria
  • SV Horn from Lower Austria

Regionalliga Mitte (Middle)Edit

  • LASK Juniors from Upper Austria
  • FC Gratkorn from Styria
  • SV Allerheiligen from Styria
  • GAK from Styria
  • Union St. Florian from Upper Austria
  • FC Pasching from Upper Austria
  • Austria Klagenfurt from Carinthia
  • UVB Vöcklamarkt from Carinthia
  • SV Gleinstätten from Styria
  • SAK Klagenfurt from Carinthia
  • FC Wels from Upper Austria
  • Sturm Graz A. from Styria
  • DSV Leoben from Styria
  • SV Kapfenberg Amateure from Styria
  • SV Allerheiligen from Upper Austria
  • SV Villach from Carinthia

Regionalliga West (West)Edit

  • Red Bull Juniors from Salzburg
  • WSG Wattens from Tyrol
  • FC Dornbirn from Vorarlberg
  • USK Anif from Salzburg
  • SV Austria Salzburg from Salzburg
  • Wacker Innsbruck II from Tyrol
  • FC Kufstein from Tyrol
  • SC Bregenz from Vorarlberg
  • TSV St. Johann from Salzburg
  • SCR Altach Am. from Vorarlberg
  • Union Innsbruck from Tyrol
  • FC Hard from Vorarlberg
  • TSV Neumarkt from Salzburg
  • SVG Reichenau from Tyrol
  • SV Seekirchen from Salzburg
  • SV Hall from Tyrol