|12 Feb 21||FC Liefering ||-|| Austria Lustenau|
|19 Feb 21||FC BW ||-|| FC Liefering|
|26 Feb 21||Rapid Wien ||-|| FC Liefering|
|05 Mar 21||FC Liefering ||-|| SV Horn|
|12 Mar 21||Wacker Innsbruck ||-|| FC Liefering|
|13 Dec 20||Austria Klagenfurt|| ||2 - 2|| ||FC Liefering|
|05 Dec 20||FC Liefering|| ||0 - 1|| ||SK Vorwarts|
|27 Nov 20||Dornbirn|| ||1 - 2|| ||FC Liefering|
|20 Nov 20||FC Liefering|| ||6 - 1|| ||SV Kapfenberg|
|06 Nov 20||FC Liefering|| ||0 - 3|| ||SKU Amstetten|
FC Liefering is an Austrian association football club. It currently plays in the Second League, the second tier of Austrian football. Since 2012, Liefering has been a feeder club for Austrian Football Bundesliga side FC Red Bull Salzburg.
In December 2011 Red Bull Salzburg signed a cooperation with FC Pasching (Regionalliga Mitte) and USK Anif (Regionalliga West). The coach of the Juniors, Gerald Baumgartner, left Salzburg and became new coach of FC Pasching. Also players went to Pasching and Anif. After the 2011/12 season the new coach Peter Hyballa left the club and became new head coach of SK Sturm Graz. Lieferings ongoing presence in the Erste Liga continues to create unrest, with average an attendance of sub 500, many people believe the club isn't good for the league. However the club promotes youth and has been a key factor in FC Red Bull Salzburg's 2016/17 UEFA Youth League side, who would ultimately go on to win the tournament.
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