Around the Grounds
Get to know about the all the major stadiums in Austria from Vienna to Vorarlberg, and many others too via our handy ground guides!
The Hallowed Turfs of Austria
Ernst Happel Stadion
The biggest stadium in Austria and the home of the national team in Vienna.
Red Bull Arena
Home of Red Bull Salzburg, or FC Salzburg as they're known in European competition...
AKA the "Stadion auf der Gügl"- this retro-classic hosts LASK for their European matches in Linz.
The successor to Rapid's famous old Hanappi Stadium. Unfortunately it's still waiting for silverware...
The compact, loud home of LASK in the village of Pasching. A 6,000 capacity, but can sound like 60,000...
Formerly known as the Arnold Schwarzenegger Stadion, which we can all agree is much, much better!
The picturesque home to the Bundesliga's lovable village side in the Styrian countryside.
One of the newest Bundesliga stadia, St. Polten's home is very smart, very modern and very far from the city!
Newly reconstructed in 2018, Austria Vienna's home is one of the best grounds in the Austrian Bundesliga.
The beautiful ground of Wolfsberger AC, a stadium which we've not visited yet...!
A White Elephant which has its time to shine for the OFB Cup final every May - home to 2.Liga side Austria Klagenfurt.
If you ever want to have a post-match wine or beer in a traditional heuriger - then this is the stadium for you!
The ground with that awesome bridge behind it! It's the Pappelstadion in Burgenland, home of SV Mattersburg...
Altach's stadium is one we've yet to visit, however we can't wait for our 7-hour journey to Vorarlberg!
One of Austria's most famous stadia, but one we've not visited for many years. Soon though!!
Some grounds for you lower league fans out there...
Wiener Sport-Club Platz
The mythical home of one of Austria's most famous clubs - step into the graveyard for a stupendous football experience.
Stadion Hohe Warte
Austria's oldest football club - First Vienna - call this gem their home - on a hill with a beautiful view of Vienna in the distance.
Do you want the most dramatic back-drop in world football? Well, it's time to head to Grodig!
Amstetten's quaint-yet-modern home is a example of Austrian lower-league stadia at its finest.
Bang in the middle of Vienna's biggest and most populous district is this groundhoppers dream.