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Rapid Vienna

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Dietmar Kühbauer

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Established
1899 (122 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Allianz Stadion
(28,345 Capacity)

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Location
Hütteldorf, Vienna, Austria

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League
Austrian Bundesliga

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Upcoming Events
05 Dec 21 Rapid Vienna   -  Austria Vienna
09 Dec 21 Genk   -  Rapid Vienna
12 Dec 21 FC Trenkwalder   -  Rapid Vienna
11 Feb 22 Rapid Vienna   -  SV Salzburg
19 Feb 22 Sturm Graz   -  Rapid Vienna

Latest Results
28 Nov 21 SV Josko  2 - 2  Rapid Vienna
25 Nov 21 Rapid Vienna  0 - 2  West Ham
20 Nov 21 Rapid Vienna  1 - 0  SC Rheindorf
07 Nov 21 Wolfsberger AC  4 - 1  Rapid Vienna
04 Nov 21 Dinamo Zagreb  3 - 1  Rapid Vienna

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Sportklub Rapid Wien, 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.

Team Members
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Veli
Kavlak



Christopher
Trimmel
#28


Jan
Vennegoor


Peter
Žulj
#23


Adrian
Grbić
#27


Konstantin
Kerschbaumer
#27

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Stadium or Home

The Allianz Stadion is a football stadium which is built on the site of the former Gerhard Hanappi Stadium as the new home of SK Rapid Wien. In international matches the stadium has the no-commercial name Weststadion. Demolition of the old stadium began in early October 2014, after a ceremonial farewell with thousands of fans. By January 2015 almost nothing was left of the old stadium, which allowed foundation works for the new arena.

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