SK Slovan Wien

association football club

SK Slovan Wien is a Austrian football club from Vienna. The club was founded in 1902, the colours were green and white. Today the club is playing under the name SK Slovan-HAC in the Wiener Stadtliga (4th level).

SK Slovan Wien
Full nameSK Slovan Wien
1960 SK Slovan-Olympia
1976 SK Slovan-Hütteldorfer AC
GroundSlovanplatz Hütteldorf
LeagueWiener Stadtliga
2021-22Wiener Stadtliga 8th
WebsiteClub website



The club was founded on 11 January 1902 by the Czech minority in Vienna as Sportovní Klub Slovan ve Vídni.[1] Between 1923 and 1950 the club played nine seasons in Austria's top division. In 1924 they reached the Cup final. 1922–25 Slovan built the České srdce-Stadion which is today the Generali Arena, the homeground of FK Austria Wien. During the Nazi occupation of Austria the club played under the name AC Sparta.[2]

1960 SK Slovan merged with SV für Arbeiter und Angestellte ÖMV Olympia 33 and was named SK Slovan-Olympia. 1976 they merged with Hütteldorfer AC to todays SK Slovan-Hütteldorfer AC. They took over the club colours of HAC blue and white. Today they play in the Wiener Stadtliga (4th level).

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