Avusturya Bundesliga

Avusturya’daki en üst düzey futbol ligi Bundesliga’dır. Bundesliga’nın bir alt kademesi 12 takımın mücadele ettiği Avusturya Birinci Ligi (Erste Liga)’dir. Üçüncü kademe ise coğrafi bölgelere göre kısımlara ayrılan Avusturya Bölgesel Ligi (Regionalliga)’dir . Bu kısımlar doğu (Viyana, Aşağı Avusturya ve Burgenland’ı kapsar), merkez (Steiermark, Karintiya ve Yukarı Avusturya’yı kapsar) ve batı (Salzburg, Tirol ve Vorarlberg’i kapsar) olmak üzere 3 tanedir. 4. ve 5. kademe ligler ise sırasıyla Avusturya Landesliga ve Avusturya 2. Landesliga’dır.

  Şampiyonluk  
Rapid Wien32
Austria Wien22
Red Bull Salzburg 16
Wacker Innsbruck (5)
Swarovski Tirol (2)
Tirol Innsbruck (3)  
10
SK Admira Wien (8)
SC Wacker Wien (1)
Admira Wacker Wien (–)
9
First Vienna6
Wiener SK3
Sturm Graz3
Floridsdorfer AC1
Wiener AF1
VÖEST Linz1
Grazer AK1
Wiener AC1
Hakoah Vienna1
LASK Linz1
SezonŞampiyon Takım
(Manager)
İkinciGol Kralı (Takımı)Gol
1911–12Rapid WienWiener Sport-Club
1912–13Rapid WienWiener AF
1913–14Wiener AFRapid Wien
1914–15Wiener ACWiener AF
1915–16Rapid WienFloridsdorfer AC
1916–17Rapid WienFloridsdorfer AC
1917–18Floridsdorfer ACRapid Wien
1918–19Rapid WienSC Rudolfshügel
1919–20Rapid WienSV Amateure
1920–21Rapid WienSV Amateure
1921–22Wiener Sport-ClubHakoah Vienna
1922–23Rapid WienSV Amateure
1923–24SV AmateureFirst Vienna FC
1924–25Hakoah ViennaSV Amateure
1925–26SV AmateureFirst Vienna FC
1926–27SK Admira WienBrigittenauer AC
1927–28SK Admira WienRapid Wien
1928–29Rapid WienSK Admira Wien
1929–30Rapid WienSK Admira Wien
1930–31First Vienna FCSK Admira Wien
1931–32SK Admira WienFirst Vienna FC
1932–33First Vienna FCRapid Wien
1933–34SK Admira WienRapid Wien
1934–35Rapid WienSK Admira Wien
1935–36SK Admira WienFirst Vienna FC
1936–37SK Admira WienAustria Wien
1937–38Rapid WienWiener Sport-Club
1938–1945Part of Gauliga Ostmark, Germany
1938–39SK Admira WienSC Wacker Wien
1939–40Rapid WienSC Wacker Wien
1940–41Rapid WienSC Wacker Wien
1941–42First Vienna FCFC Wien
1942–43First Vienna FCWiener AC
1943–44First Vienna FCFloridsdorfer AC
1944–45Bitirilemedi
1945–46Rapid WienAustria Wien
1946–47SC Wacker WienRapid Wien
1947–48Rapid WienSC Wacker Wien
1948–49Austria WienRapid Wien
1949–50Austria WienRapid Wien
1950–51Rapid WienSC Wacker Wien
1951–52Rapid WienAustria Wien
1952–53Austria WienSC Wacker Wien
1953–54Rapid WienAustria Wien
1954–55First Vienna FCWiener Sport-Club
1955–56Rapid WienSC Wacker Wien
1956–57Rapid WienFirst Vienna FC
1957–58Wiener Sport-ClubRapid Wien
1958–59Wiener Sport-ClubRapid Wien
1959–60Rapid WienWiener Sport-Club
1960–61Austria WienFirst Vienna FC
1961–62Austria WienLASK Linz
1962–63Austria WienSK Admira Wien
1963–64Rapid WienAustria Wien
1964–65LASK LinzRapid Wien
1965–66SK Admira WienRapid Wien
1966–67Rapid WienWacker Innsbruck
1967–68Rapid WienWacker Innsbruck
1968–69Austria WienWiener Sport-Club
1969–70Austria WienWiener Sport-Club
1970–71Wacker InnsbruckSV Austria Salzburg
1971–72Wacker InnsbruckAustria Wien
1972–73Wacker InnsbruckRapid Wien
1973–74VÖEST LinzWacker Innsbruck
Bundesliga
1974–presentIntroduction of Bundesliga.
1974–75Wacker InnsbruckVÖEST Linz
1975–76Austria WAC WienWacker Innsbruck
1976–77Wacker InnsbruckRapid Wien
1977–78Austria WienRapid Wien
1978–79Austria WienWiener Sport-Club
1979–80Austria WienVÖEST Linz
1980–81Austria WienSturm Graz
1981–82Rapid WienAustria Wien
1982–83Rapid WienAustria Wien
1983–84Austria WienRapid Wien
1984–85Austria WienRapid Wien
1985–86Austria WienRapid Wien
1986–87Rapid WienAustria Wien
1987–88Rapid WienAustria Wien
1988–89Swarovski TirolAdmira Wacker Wien
1989–90Swarovski TirolAustria Wien
1990–91Austria WienSwarovski Tirol
1991–92Austria WienSV Austria Salzburg
1992–93Austria WienSV Austria Salzburg
1993–94SV Austria SalzburgAustria Wien
1994–95SV Austria SalzburgSturm Graz
1995–96Rapid WienSturm Graz
1996–97SV Austria SalzburgRapid Wien
1997–98Sturm GrazRapid Wien
1998–99Sturm GrazRapid Wien
1999–2000Tirol InnsbruckSturm Graz
2000–01Tirol InnsbruckRapid Wien
2001–02Tirol InnsbruckSturm Graz
2002–03Austria WienGrazer AK
2003–04Grazer AKAustria Wien
2004–05Rapid WienGrazer AK
2005–06Austria WienFC Red Bull Salzburg
2006–07FC Red Bull Salzburg
Giovanni Trapattoni
SV Ried
2007–08Rapid WienFC Red Bull Salzburg
2008–09FC Red Bull Salzburg
Co Adriaanse
Rapid Wien
2009–10FC Red Bull Salzburg
Huub Stevens
Austria Wien
2010–11Sturm GrazFC Red Bull Salzburg
2011–12FC Red Bull Salzburg
Ricardo Moniz
Rapid Wien
2012–13Austria WienFC Red Bull Salzburg
2013–14FC Red Bull Salzburg
Adi Hütter
Rapid Wien
2014–15FC Red Bull Salzburg
Óscar García
Rapid Wien
2015–16FC Red Bull Salzburg
Óscar García
Rapid Wien
2016–17FC Red Bull Salzburg
Óscar García
Austria Wien
2017–18FC Red Bull Salzburg
Marco Rose
Sturm Graz
2018–19FC Red Bull Salzburg
Marco Rose
LASK LinzMoanes Dabour (FC Red Bull Salzburg)20
2019–20FC Red Bull Salzburg
Jesse Marsch
Rapid WienShon Weissman (Wolfsberg)30
2020–21FC Red Bull Salzburg
Jesse Marsch
Rapid WienPatson Daka (FC Red Bull Salzburg)23
2021–22FC Red Bull Salzburg
Matthias Jaissle
Sturm Graz Karim Adeyemi (Red Bull Salzburg) 19
2022–23