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Shirts from the Austrian league

The Bundesliga (sponsor name: Tipico Bundesliga) is the highest division that is organized under the auspices of the Austrian Football Association (ÖFB).

€24,95
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Kappa football shirt FC Wacker Innsbruck 2007/08
Size: XL
Condition: 8/10 Read more
Kappa
FC Wacker Innsbruck
Kappa football shirt FC Wacker Innsbruck 2007/08
Size: XL
Condition: 8/10
€24,95
€24,95
in stock
Nike football shirt Red Bull Salzburg 2016/17
Size: S
Condition: 9.5 / 10 Read more
Nike
Red Bull Salzburg
Nike football shirt Red Bull Salzburg 2016/17
Size: S
Condition: 9.5 / 10
€24,95
€24,95
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Errea football shirt SK Austria Klagenfurt 2018/19
Size: S
Condition: 9/10 Read more
Errea
SK Austria Klagenfurt
Errea football shirt SK Austria Klagenfurt 2018/19
Size: S
Condition: 9/10
€24,95
€34,95
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Umbro soccer shirt SV Mattersburg 2010/11
Size: M
Condition: 9.5 / 10 Read more
Umbro
SV Mattersburg
Umbro soccer shirt SV Mattersburg 2010/11
Size: M
Condition: 9.5 / 10
€34,95
€29,95
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Jako soccer shirt TSV Hartberg 2010/11
Size: M / L
Condition: 9/10 Read more
Jako
TSV Hartberg
Jako soccer shirt TSV Hartberg 2010/11
Size: M / L
Condition: 9/10
€29,95
Fila
Article code Grazer_2002_MATCHWORN_L
€49,95
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Fila matchworn football shirt Grazer AK GAK 2002
Size: L (unisex)
Condition: 9/10 (used) Read more
Fila
Grazer AK GAK
Fila matchworn football shirt Grazer AK GAK 2002
Size: L (unisex)
Condition: 9/10 (used)
€49,95
Shirts from the Austrian league

The Bundesliga (sponsor name: Tipico Bundesliga) is the highest division that is organized under the auspices of the Austrian Football Association (ÖFB). From the 2018/2019 season, the competition consists of 12 clubs that play against each other twice. A level lower is played in the 2. Liga, which is called the Erste Liga until 2017. The champion of this division takes the place of the number twelve in the Bundesliga every year.

The Bundesliga was previously organized by the Austrian football association ÖFB. Since 1991 by the "Österreichische Fußball-Bundesliga", who became the tenth union (in addition to the nine "Landesverbände") of the ÖFB. In German 'Bundesliga' can stand for any sport, and for any competition that is organized at federal level (nationally). In Austria, only the football league has the name 'Bundesliga'.

Up to and including the 2017/2018 season, the Bundesliga consisted of ten clubs, each of which played each other four times. At the end of 2016, the Austrian Football Association introduced a competition reform. From the 2018/2019 season onwards, twelve clubs will play in the Bundesliga, competing twice. The competition is then divided into a champion and relegation competition. The number last in the relegation pool relegates to the 2. League and is replaced by the champion of the second class. The winner of the relegation pool plays in a knock-out system for a ticket in the preliminary rounds of the UEFA Europa League.