League Table

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
League Table Table
Rank Squad G Points GDiff W D L GF GA Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Grazer AK3672+30219662329,007Roland Kollmann - 27Andreas Schranz→ UEFA Champions League via league finish 1
2Austria Wien3671+32218763316,684Sigurd Rushfeldt - 25Joey Didulica→ UEFA Cup via league finish 2
3ASKÖ Pasching3663+181712759413,760Christian Mayrleb - 15Josef Schicklgruber→ UEFA Cup via league finish 3
4Rapid Wien3657+316911504712,324Steffen Hofmann, René Wagner - 10Helge Payer→ UEFA Cup via league finish 4
5SW Bregenz3645-1111121347585,329Gunther Schepens - 8Almir Tolja→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish 5
6Admira Wacker Mödling3642-71191642492,319Roland Linz - 15Wolfgang Knaller
7Austria Salzburg3638-41152044488,441Heiko Laeßig - 8Heinz Arzberger
8Mattersburg3637-2291017396111,069Dietmar Kühbauer - 10Raimund Hedl
9Sturm Graz3635-138111739527,836Mario Haas - 10Filip De Wilde
10FC Kärnten3632-267111836625,389Péter Kabát - 7Roland GoriuppRelegated

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