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Team/Ground
Austria ViennaAustria Vienna
Generali Arena
LASK LinzLASK Linz
Raiffeisen Arena (TGW Arena)
Linzer Stadion (old ground)
Rapid ViennaRapid Vienna
Allianz Stadion
Gerhard Hanappi Stadium (old ground)
Ernst Happel Stadion (old ground)
Red Bull SalzburgRed Bull Salzburg
Wals Siezenheim Stadium
Lehener Stadion (old ground)
SC Austria LustenauSC Austria Lustenau
Reichshofstadion
SC Rheindorf AltachSC Rheindorf Altach
Stadion Schnabelholz
SK Austria KlagenfurtSK Austria Klagenfurt
Worthersee Stadion
Sturm GrazSturm Graz
UPC-Arena
Gruabn (old ground)
SV RiedSV Ried
Keine Sorgen Arena
Stadion der Stadt Ried (old ground)
TSV HartbergTSV Hartberg
Stadion Hartberg
Wolfsberger ACWolfsberger AC
Lavanttal-Arena
WSG Swarovski Wattens - TirolWSG Swarovski Wattens - Tirol
Tivoli Neu
Gernot Langes Stadion (old ground)

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Bundesliga Information

NameBundesliga
CountryAustria
Level on pyramid1
Relegation to2. Liga

Grounds in Bundesliga Ordered by Capacity

#GroundCapacity
1.Worthersee Stadion home to SK Austria Klagenfurt32,000
2.Wals Siezenheim Stadium home to Red Bull Salzburg30,188
3.Allianz Stadion home to Rapid Vienna28,000
4.Generali Arena home to Austria Vienna17,500
5.Tivoli Neu home to WSG Swarovski Wattens - Tirol16,000
6.UPC-Arena home to Sturm Graz15,323
7.Lavanttal-Arena home to Wolfsberger AC9,000
8.Reichshofstadion home to SC Austria Lustenau8,800
9.Stadion Schnabelholz home to SC Rheindorf Altach8,500
10.Raiffeisen Arena (TGW Arena) home to LASK Linz7,870
11.Keine Sorgen Arena home to SV Ried7,680
12.Stadion Hartberg home to TSV Hartberg4,500
  • Biggest stadium in Bundesliga: 32,000 - Worthersee Stadion
  • Smallest stadium in Bundesliga: 4,500 - Stadion Hartberg
  • Total capacity in Bundesliga: 185,361
  • Average capacity in Bundesliga: 14,259

Best supported teams in Bundesliga

#TeamNumber of Fans
1.Rapid Vienna14
2.Austria Vienna5
3.Sturm Graz4
4.LASK Linz1
5.Red Bull Salzburg1
6.SC Austria Lustenau0
7.SC Rheindorf Altach0
8.SK Austria Klagenfurt0
9.SV Ried0
10.TSV Hartberg0
11.Wolfsberger AC0
12.WSG Swarovski Wattens - Tirol0
  • Most fans in Bundesliga: 14 - Rapid Vienna
  • Fewest fans in Bundesliga: 0 - WSG Swarovski Wattens - Tirol
  • Total Bundesliga fans: 25
  • Average number of fans in Bundesliga: 2

Which team's fans have been to the most grounds in Bundesliga?

#TeamAvg Grounds Visited
1.Austria Vienna74.60
2.Sturm Graz63.50
3.LASK Linz42.00
4.Rapid Vienna30.71
5.Red Bull Salzburg6.00
6.SC Austria Lustenau0.00
7.SC Rheindorf Altach0.00
8.SK Austria Klagenfurt0.00
9.SV Ried0.00
10.TSV Hartberg0.00
11.Wolfsberger AC0.00
12.WSG Swarovski Wattens - Tirol0.00
  • Most travelled fans in Bundesliga: 75 grounds visited - Austria Vienna
  • Least travelled fans in Bundesliga: 0 grounds visited - WSG Swarovski Wattens - Tirol
  • Average # grounds visited in Bundesliga: 16.68

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