|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|
|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|
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.
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