1986–87 Austrian Football Bundesliga

Statistics of Austrian Football Bundesliga in the 1986/1987 season.

Overview

Fall season is performed in 12 teams, and higher eight teams go into Meister playoff. Lower four teams fought in Mittlere Playoff with higher four teams of Austrian Football First League.

SK Rapid Wien won the championship.

Fall season

Pos Club P W D L F A Pts
1 FK Austria Wien 22 14 5 3 57 28 33
2 SK Rapid Wien 22 12 6 4 65 31 30
3 FC Swarovski Tirol 22 13 4 5 50 31 30
4 FC Admira/Wacker 22 9 4 9 42 34 22
5 SK VOEST Linz 22 9 4 9 35 37 22
6 Linzer ASK 22 9 4 9 31 39 22
7 Wiener Sportclub 22 9 3 10 48 40 21
8 SK Sturm Graz 22 8 5 9 28 32 21
9 First Vienna FC 22 9 2 11 27 40 20
10 SC Eisenstadt 22 7 5 10 32 46 19
11 Grazer AK 22 6 4 12 26 41 16
12 SK Austria Klagenfurt 22 1 6 15 14 56 8

Spring season

Meister playoff

Pos Club P W D L F A Pts
1 SK Rapid Wien 36 22 8 6 94 43 52
2 FK Austria Wien 36 21 10 5 86 40 52
3 FC Swarovski Tirol 36 20 5 11 78 57 45
4 Linzer ASK 36 17 6 13 56 59 40
5 FC Admira/Wacker 36 13 7 16 63 55 33
6 Wiener Sportclub 36 13 6 17 74 64 32
7 SK Sturm Graz 36 11 8 17 45 67 30
8 SK VOEST Linz 36 11 7 18 46 73 29

Mittlere playoff

Pos Club P W D L F A Pts
1 *VfB Mödling 14 6 6 2 19 9 18
2 First Vienna FC 14 6 5 3 29 18 17
3 Grazer AK 14 7 3 4 16 12 17
4 SK Austria Klagenfurt 14 6 4 4 12 17 16
5 *SK Vorwärts Steyr 14 4 6 4 16 15 14
6 *SV Austria Salzburg 14 4 4 6 11 19 12
7 SC Eisenstadt 14 3 4 7 14 22 10
8 *Donawitzer SV Alpine 14 2 4 8 11 16 8

(*)The team which belongs to Austrian Football First League.

References

  • Austria - List of final tables (RSSSF)

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