Club

SK Sturm Graz (AUT)

SK Sturm Graz was founded in 1909.

From 1921 to 1949 Sturm won the Styrian championship 11 times.

In 1949 Sturm entered the national league as the first non-Vienna-based team.The first great success came, when the club finished runners-up in the league in the 1980-‘81 season.

The first great success came under manager Otto Baric, when the club finished runners-up in the league in the 1980/81 season.

In the 1983-‘84 season, the club was beaten only by Nottingham Forest through a penalty in extra-time. The team's first success was as runners-up in the league in 1995; a year later, they won their first title.

In 1998, SK Sturm Graz won its first Austrian Bundesligatitle, they remained unbeaten in 31 matches.

In 1999 SK Sturm Graz retain the title.

In 2010-2011 Sturm won the Austrian Championship.A highlight of the season was a qualifying game against Juventus Turin in the Europe League.

Breitenberger Tobias
forward
Dautovic Naid
defender
Donnerer Benedikt
defender
Gabbichler Lukas
midfielder
Grosse Marc
forward
Gruber Christoph
defender
Handl Johannes
defender
Klug Benjamin
midfielder
Lang Michael
midfielder
Lema Michael
midfielder
Maresic Dario
defender
Mario Pilz
forward
Nemeth Gergő
midfielder
Neubauer Julian
goalkeeper
Painsi Luca
defender
Piras Gabrielle
defender
Rappel Michael
midfielder
Romac Marin
goalkeeper
Schmelzer Lukas
goalkeeper
Schmid Romano
midfielder
Schrott Markus
defender
Sittsam Philipp
midfielder
Steinwender Daniel
midfielder
Stocker Andreas
midfielder
Stocker Bernd
forward
Urdl Christoph
forward
Wagnes Jörg
midfielder
Wetl Fabian
midfielder
Zanini Marcel
defender
Breier Daniel
goalkeeper coach
Dietmar Pegam
coach
Hösele Thomas
coach
Tauschmann David
assistant coach
Wöhrer Peter
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