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1931 Mitropa Cup

Mitropa Cup 1931
Participating Nations
 Austria
 Hungary
 Czechoslovakia
 Italy
Number of clubs
8
Champions
First Vienna FC

The 1931 season of the Mitropa Cup football club tournament was won by First Vienna FC in an all Austrian two-legged final against Wiener Athletiksport Club. This was the fifth edition of the tournament, and the third edition in which Italian clubs competed and Yugoslavian clubs did not compete.

The holders, SK Rapid Wien, were unable to defend the cup as two other clubs from Vienna were Austria's representatives.

The final, between the two Vienna clubs, was played on November 8 and November 12, 1931 in Zurich und Vienna. First Vienna won both matches, the scores being 3-2 in Zurich and 2-1 in Vienna, and became the second Austrian club to win this tournament following Rapid's success the previous year, and the only team to win the Mitropa Cup unbeaten. Heinrich Hiltl from Wiener Athletiksport Club was top scorer in the tournament with seven goals. Walter Hanke of Wiener AC scored a goal in each leg of the final, whilst Franz Erdl of First Vienna scored both his team's goals in the second leg.

Quarterfinals

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
First Vienna FC Austria 7 - 0 Hungary Bocskai SC, Debrecen 3 - 0 4 - 0
Slavia Prague Czechoslovakia 2 - 3 Italy A.S. Roma 1 - 1 1 - 2
Wiener Athletiksport Club Austria 6 - 4 Hungary MTK Hungária FC 5 - 1 1 - 3
Juventus FC Italy 2 - 2 Czechoslovakia Sparta Prague 2 - 1 0 - 1

Playoff between Juventus FC and Sparta Prague resulted in a 3-2 victory for Sparta Prague

Semifinals

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
First Vienna FC Austria 6 - 3 Italy A.S. Roma 3 - 2 3 - 1
Sparta Prague Czechoslovakia 6 - 6 Austria Wiener Athletiksport Club 3 - 2 3 - 4

Playoff between Sparta Prague and Wiener AC played in Prague resulted in a 2-0 victory for Wiener AC

Finals

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
First Vienna FC Austria 5 - 3 Austria Wiener Athletiksport Club 3 - 2 2 - 1

1st leg

November 8, 1931
WAC 2 – 3[1] Vienna
Hanke Goal 2'
Müller Goal 22'
Tögel Goal 30'
Adelbrecht Goal 63'
Becher Goal 87' (o.g.)
Hardturm (Zürich)
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Francesco Mattea (Italy)
WIENER ATHLETIKSPORT CLUB:
GK Austria Rudolf Hiden
DF Austria Johann Becher
DF Austria Karl Sesta
MF Austria Georg Braun
MF Austria Ernst Löwinger
MF Austria Rudolf Kubesch
FW Austria Franz Cisar
FW Austria Heinrich Müller
FW Austria Heinrich Hiltl
FW Germany Richard Hanke
FW Austria Karl Huber (c)
Manager:
Karl Geyer
FIRST VIENNA FC:
GK Austria Karl Horeschovsky
DF Austria Karl Rainer
DF Austria Josef Blum (c)
MF Austria Willibald Schmaus
MF Austria Leopold Hofmann
MF Austria Leonhard Machu
FW Austria Anton Brosenbauer
FW Austria Josef Adelbrecht
FW Austria Fritz Gschweidl
FW Austria Gustav Tögel
FW Austria Franz Erdl
Manager:
Ferdinand Frithum

2nd leg

November 12, 1931
Vienna 2 – 1[1] WAC
Erdl Goal 6'41' Hanke Goal 65'
Hohe Warte (Wien)
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Rinaldo Barlassina (Italy)
FIRST VIENNA FC:
GK Austria Karl Horeschovsky
DF Austria Karl Rainer
DF Austria Josef Blum (c)
MF Austria Willibald Schmaus
MF Austria Leopold Hofmann
MF Austria Leonhard Machu
FW Austria Anton Brosenbauer
FW Austria Josef Adelbrecht
FW Austria Fritz Gschweidl
FW Austria Gustav Tögel
FW Austria Franz Erdl
Manager:
Ferdinand Frithum
WIENER ATHLETIKSPORT CLUB:
GK Austria Rudolf Hiden
DF Austria Johann Becher
DF Austria Karl Sesta
MF Austria Georg Braun
MF Austria Ernst Löwinger
MF Austria Rudolf Kubesch
FW Austria Wilhelm Cutti
FW Austria Heinrich Müller
FW Austria Heinrich Hiltl
FW Germany Richard Hanke
FW Austria Karl Huber (c)
Manager:
Karl Geyer

References

External links

  • Mitropa Cup results at Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation
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