Kamil Susko

Kamil Susko ( born November 6, 1974 in Trenčín ) is a Slovak football goalkeeper. Since July 2009 he has been without a club; His last club was Kapfenberg SV in the Austrian Bundesliga.


Kamil Susko began his football career in 1982 at Slovan Bratislava. In 1992 he then moved to Tatran Devin ( the Club merged in August 1997 SKP Dubravka ). With 20 years Susko moved in 1994 to FK AS Trenčín. But his dortiger stay did not last long. Exactly one year later, he got a contract with the former Slovakian first division, the FK Inter Bratislava. After 23 events in two years Susko moved in 1997 to FC Spartak Trnava. In Spartak Trnava he quickly became a regular player and came up to his departure in 2000 to the Czech FC Banik Ostrava on 85 missions. After two years with Banik Ostrava Kamil Susko came up with a score of 23 events. Starting in 2002, began a rather turbulent time for him. In 2002, he got a contract with the Greek PAOK FC. Only a year later he moved again. This time, after Iran F. C. Sepahan, he again a year later left to return to Slovakia Spartak Trnava. From 2004 to 2007 Susko played in the team that he had left in the year 2000. In July 2007 it was then, according to its own opinion, time for another change. This time we went to Austria to the then second division, the Kapfenberg SV, with which he was still in the same season champion and rose to the Austrian Football Bundesliga. His debut in the Austrian Bundesliga he celebrated on 9 July 2008 at the home game against the Kapfenberg LASK Linz that Kapfenberg lost 1-0. For the summer break before the 2009/10 season he left the club and has since been without a club.

In the years 1999-2000 Susko came to 15 international appearances for the Slovak national football team.