|23 Apr 21||Grazer AK ||-|| Rapid Wien|
|02 May 21||Rapid Wien ||-|| Wacker Innsbruck|
|07 May 21||SV Kapfenberg ||-|| Rapid Wien|
|13 May 21||Rapid Wien ||-|| Austria Vienna|
|16 May 21||SKU Amstetten ||-|| Rapid Wien|
|18 Apr 21||Rapid Wien|| ||1 - 0|| ||SV Horn|
|14 Apr 21||Rapid Wien|| ||2 - 5|| ||FC BW|
|10 Apr 21||Austria Lustenau|| ||3 - 2|| ||Rapid Wien|
|05 Apr 21||Rapid Wien|| ||0 - 1|| ||SK Vorwarts|
|02 Apr 21||SV Lafnitz|| ||0 - 1|| ||Rapid Wien|
Sportklub Rapid Wien (German pronunciation: ), commonly known as Rapid Vienna, is an Austrian football club playing in the country's capital city of Vienna. Rapid has won the most Austrian championship titles (32), including the first ever title in the season 1911–12, as well as a German championship in 1941 during Nazi rule. Rapid twice reached the final of the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1985 and 1996, losing on both occasions.
The club is often known as Die Grün-Weißen (The Green-Whites) for its team colours or as Hütteldorfer, in reference to the location of the Gerhard Hanappi Stadium, which is in Hütteldorf, part of the city's 14th district in Penzing.