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Established
1908 (114 years old)

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Soccer

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Waldstadion
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Pasching, Austria

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Austrian Bundesliga
UEFA Europa Conference League

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Upcoming Events
10 Feb 23 SC Rheindorf  -  LASK
18 Feb 23 SV Josko  -  LASK
25 Feb 23 LASK  -  Austria Lustenau
04 Mar 23 WSG Swarovski  -  LASK
11 Mar 23 LASK  -  SV Salzburg

Latest Results
13 Nov 22 LASK  1 - 1  Sturm Graz
06 Nov 22 Rapid Vienna  1 - 0  LASK
30 Oct 22 LASK  4 - 1  Wolfsberger AC
23 Oct 22 LASK  2 - 2  Austria Vienna
15 Oct 22 Austria Klagenfurt  1 - 3  LASK

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Linzer Athletik-Sport-Klub, commonly known as LASK Linz or simply LASK, is an Austrian association football club, from the Upper-Austrian state capital Linz. It is the oldest football club hailing from that region, and plays in the Austrian Football Bundesliga, the top tier of Austrian football. The club's colours are black and white. The women's football department plays in the second highest division of Austrian women's football.

LASK was founded on 7 August 1908. In 1965, the club became the first team outside Vienna to win the Austrian football championship. This is also its only championship to date. The club currently plays its league fixtures at the Waldstadion in Pasching, however plays at the 14,000 capacity Linzer Stadion in UEFA competitions.

Team Members
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Husein
Balić




Andrés
Cedeño




Thomas
Goiginger




Lukas
Grgic




Andreas
Gruber




James
Holland




Branko
Jovičić




Lukas
Jungwirth




Mads
Madsen




Peter
Michorl




Marvin
Potzmann




Marko
Raguž




Fredy
Ramos




Reinhold
Ranftl




Dominik
Reiter




René
Renner




Alexander
Schlager
#1



Philipp
Wiesinger




Robert
Žulj



(19 total)
= Player Contract years remaining
= Player Statistics available latest season

Stadium or Home

The TGW Arena (Waldstadion) is a multi-use stadium in Pasching, Austria. It is used for football matches and is the home ground of LASK Linz and FC Juniors OÖ. LASK will use the stadium until their new Stadium is in place, in 2022. The stadium holds 7,870 and was built in 1990. In 2016 LASK purchased the VIP tent from SV Grödig and installed it in the stadium. In February 2017 the Stadium was refurbished, with a new away sector and extra home seating, this was required for the stadium to reach Austrian Bundesliga standards.

TGW Logistics Group announced the stadium sponsorship in 2017. The company is a leading manufacturer and system integrator of automated intralogistics solutions with operations in Europe, North America and Asia. Headquarters are in Wels, Austria.

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