League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Grazer AK3621966232+30729,007Roland Kollmann - 27Andreas Schranz→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Austria Wien3621876331+32716,684Sigurd Rushfeldt - 25Joey Didulica→ UEFA Cup via league finish
3ASKÖ Pasching36171275941+18633,760Christian Mayrleb - 15Josef Schicklgruber→ UEFA Cup via league finish
4Rapid Wien36169115047+35712,324René Wagner, Steffen Hofmann - 10Helge Payer→ UEFA Cup via league finish 1
5SW Bregenz361112134758-11455,329Aslan Serkan - 9Almir Tolja→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish 2
6Admira Wacker Mödling36119164249-7422,319Roland Linz - 15Wolfgang Knaller
7Austria Salzburg36115204448-4388,441Heiko Laeßig - 8Heinz Arzberger
8Mattersburg36910173961-223711,069Dietmar Kühbauer - 10Raimund Hedl
9Sturm Graz36811173952-13357,836Mario Haas - 10Filip De Wilde
10FC Kärnten36711183662-26325,389Péter Kabát - 7Roland GoriuppRelegated


Red Cards
1. Samir MuratovićGrazer AK 2
Alexander ZiervogelAdmira Wacker Mödling 2
Thomas WinklhoferAustria Salzburg 2
Bjørn Otto BragstadSW Bregenz 2
Heimo VordereggerFC Kärnten 2
Mehdi PashazadehRapid Wien 2
Gregor PötscherGrazer AK 2
Marcin AdamskiRapid Wien 2
Roland LinzAdmira Wacker Mödling 2
10. Markus KiesenebnerASKÖ Pasching 1
Michael BaurASKÖ Pasching 1
Christoph JankAustria Salzburg 1
Dietmar BerchtoldSW Bregenz 1
János MátyusAdmira Wacker Mödling 1
Peter HlinkaSW Bregenz 1
Olivier NzuziSW Bregenz 1
Franck SilvestreSturm Graz 1
Heimo PfeifenbergerAustria Salzburg 1
Didier DheedeneAustria Wien 1
Jürgen PichornerAustria Salzburg 1
Saša PapacFC Kärnten 1
Gunther SchepensSW Bregenz 1
Helgi KolviðssonFC Kärnten 1
Christian MayrlebASKÖ Pasching 1
Martin LangMattersburg 1
Amadou RabihouSturm Graz 1
Tibor ZátekMattersburg 1
Adam LedwońAdmira Wacker Mödling 1
Alexander SchrieblAustria Salzburg 1
Eric AkotoAustria Wien 1
Rabiu AfolabiAustria Wien 1
Breitenfelder Friedrich • Rapid Wien 1
Mario HieblingerFC Kärnten 1
Jocelyn BlanchardAustria Wien 1
Maynor SuazoAustria Salzburg 1
Péter KabátFC Kärnten 1
Paul ScharnerAustria Salzburg 1
Anton EhmannGrazer AK 1
Thomas FlögelAustria Wien 1
Filip De WildeSturm Graz 1
Tomasz IwanAdmira Wacker Mödling 1
Sergei MandrekoMattersburg 1
György KorsósSturm Graz 1
Martin HidenRapid Wien 1
Ekrem DağSturm Graz 1
Mario HaasSturm Graz 1
Božo KovačevićASKÖ Pasching 1
Roland KollmannGrazer AK 1
Rothbauer Manfred • ASKÖ Pasching 1
Jan Ove PedersenSW Bregenz 1
Robert SchellanderFC Kärnten 1
Bernd KaintzMattersburg 1
Vladimir VukSW Bregenz 1
Emanuel PogatetzGrazer AK 1


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