Austria – EÖTV


Erster Österreichischer Tischfussball-Verband EÖTV
Austrian Club Registration Nr.:  Zentrale Vereinsregister Number: ZVR 375448593
EÖTV founded: 17. November 1973
FISTF Member National Association (MNA) since 1994
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Board Position Name E-Mail Spoken 
President  Heinz Eder german, english
Secretary International  Robert Lenz german, english
Tressauer  Martina Jank german
Director Sports  Heinz Eder german, english
Director Organisation  Jürgen Lizar german english
Secretary National  Bettina Lenz german
EÖTV Board of Directors  Entire board german, english

Heinz Eder Robert Lenz Martina Jank Jürgen Lizar  Bettina Lenz

EÖTV – Erster Österreichischer Tischfußball Verband is the governing body of Sport Table Football in Austria. Austria is divided in 9 regional counties (Bundesländer). The east counties are Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland. The middle counties are Styria, Carinthia and Upper Austria. The west counties are, Tyrol, Vorarlberg and Salzburg. The EÖTV has undertaken activities to create clubs in the middle and west region, which partially existed in the past.

The activities for such targets, are on the EÖTV boards to do list. The east region, around Vienna, lower Austria and Burgenland have always been the stronghold of the EÖTV. These regions have seen numerous historical clubs and new clubs are indented to be created or defunct clubs to be reactivated. The Austrian Bundesliga (individual) has been played each year since 1973/74 season with a promotion and relegation system. The regional leagues feed the 2. Bundesliga and from there, the promotion can be achieved to the 1.Bundeliga. Austria has 4 tiers. The Regional leagues are the 3rd tier and the Unterliga are the 4th tier. Young players can develop in a fine and good way to better there skills. Parallel to the Bundesliga, the Austrian EÖTV-Cup has been seen every year on the time table.


1973-2019 saw Austria at its 46th year jubilee, without missing a year on events and we are proud to say, that in each of those years we had players taking part in all ETF, FISA and FISTF events. Exception was the very last FISA event in 1996. The ÖSTERREICH LIGA (Championship) and the ÖSTERREICH POKAL (Knock-out cup) are the two main competitions for the Club Teams.

The Österreich Liga is the Grand Competition of the EÖTV, because Austrians love the team event mainly. Great Österreich Pokal (Cup) finals have been seen, with many great upsets and sensational cup victories. The way it should be in sport. The EÖTV is proud of all International European and World champions, as well as the victories of the clubs in the Champions League and Europa League. The strong historical heritage will keep us moving forward and around the green sports table football pitch. Presentation text by Horst Deimel, EÖTV.

Historic fact: The EÖTV was originally founded as the EÖTV, whereby the ‘V’ stood for ‘Verein’, which means ‘club’. The changement from Verein (club) to ‘Verband’ (association) came on the 31st January 1978. Statement from the ‘Security Directorate Vienna’ which was responsable for club registration in Vienna (austria).

FISTF competition (events) Calendar : FISTF calendar

National Champions and Cup Winners – Season 2018 / 2019

Category Competion Individual Name 1. Place Club Name 2. Place Club
Open 1st Tier Bundesliga 1st Division Wolfgang Leitner TFC Mattersburg Christian Haas TSC Royal 78 K.
Open 2nd Tier Bundesliga 2nd Division not played      
Veteran Veteran Championship David Busch TSC Warriors Torino 1983    
Under 19 U19 Junioren Meisterschaft Marios Strommer TSC Phoenix    
Under 15 U15 Meisterschaft  not played      
Under 12 U12 Meisterschaft  not played      
Ladies Damen Meisterschaft  not played      
  Competion Knock-out Cup        
Open EÖTV Cup  Alexander Haas TSC Royal 78 Kaisermühlen    
Under 19 EÖTV Junioren Cup Daniel Vranovitz TSC Royal 78 Kaisermühlen    
  Competion Club 1. Place 2. Place 3. Place 4. Place
Club League Österreich Liga TFC Mattersburg TSC Royal 78 Kaisermühlen TSC Phoenix non
Club Cup Österreich Pokal TFC Mattersburg TSC Royal 78 Kaisermühlen  1*-1  

RegionalChampions and Cup Winners – Season 2018 / 2019

Regional Competition Individual Name 1. Place Club Name 2. Place Club
Open 3rd Tier Landesliga NÖTV Lower Aust. Jürgen Lizar TSC Phoenix Alfred Strommer TSC Phoenix
Open 3rd Tier Landesliga WLV-STV Vienna   TSC Royal 78 Kaiser.    
Open 3rd Tier Landesliga 1.BTV Burgenland Wolfgang Leitner TFC Matterburg    
Open 3rd Tier Landesliga StTVB Styria Not played      
Open 4th Tier Unterliga NÖTV Lower Austria        
Regional Competion Knock-out Cup         
Open NÖTV Pokal Erich Hinkelmann  Kanthaler Thomas    
Regional Competion Club 1. Place 2. Place 3. Place 4. Place
Club League NÖTV Klub Meisterschaft TSC Phoenix A TFC Wr. Neustadt TFC Eintracht Steinabrückl TSC Phoenix B
Club Cup NÖTV Klub Pokal TSC Phoenix A TSC Phoenix B TSC Phoenix  C  

Legend –  Translation:

German  English Information Abbreviation
Meisterschaft   Championship  National Competition  
Junioren   Youth or Juniors   U19, U15, U12
Liga   League  Championship  
Pokal   Cup  Knock-out Cup  
Damen   Ladies / Woman     
Klub, Verein  Club Teams  
Landesliga   County, Territory or Regional league Regional League  
Erster Österreichischer TischfußballVerband  First Austrian Table Football Association Austrian Association EÖTV
Niederösterreichischer TischfußballVerband  Lower Austrian Table Football Association Regional Association NÖTV
Wiener Landesverband Spielplatten Tischfußball-Vereinigung  Vienna County Union – Game Board Table Football   Association Regional Association WLV-STV
1.Burgenländischer Tischfußballverband
 First Burgenland Table Football Association Regional Association 1.BTV
Steirischer Tischfußball-Verband    Styrian Table Football Association
Regional Association StTVB

Austrian Club and Open Champions list.      Austrian Club and Open Cup Winner list

The National EÖTV Champions.
Gerhard Lederer            
The National EÖTV Cup winners.
Michael Higatsberger            

Last updated: 2019 October 29.