Lukas Stadler

Lukas Stadler in June 2009

Lukas Stadler (born 28 October 1990) is an Austrian football player at the position of a striker and midfielder. His younger brother Florian ( born December 20, 1991) is also active as a football player. The brothers were often side by side with the farm team of the national league team, the ASC Rapid Kapfenberg, in the sechstklassigen Minor League North B in action and played together in the national league team of the Kapfenberg SV later.



Stadler began his active career as a football player age of seven the beginning of 1998 in the junior his home club, the Kapfenberg SV. He went through to and including 2007 different youth leagues and was especially at the end of his youth towards increased as a striker in use. 2005/ 06 still four goals in 21 young inserts, scored the dedicated attacker in the following season 2006/ 07 with only 14 missions ten hits. During this time, Stadler already integrated in the amateur teams of the club in the lower leagues of the Styrian football.

Time at ASC Rapid Kapfenberg

Already at the beginning of the 2006/07 season was Stadler in the squad of the ASC Rapid Kapfenberg, which was still present at this time in the area siebentklassigen League Murz. After he came at first only as a substitute to a series of operations, he was employed in the tenth round with a 1-1 home draw against SV Phönix Hönigsberg from the start. Over the entire season was in 20 league games with it and it came in 19 games available for use, in which he scored two goals.

2006/ 07 only a weak goal tally, improved greatly this in the following season 2007/ 08. After he already came to scoring in the season opener, followed by a total of 24 championship inserts another 20 hits. With his 21 goals this season, he was ranked second in the league scorer in the area Murz and had only three goals behind the scorer. Of his 21 goals he scored a hat trick and five times in a twin pack. With its good performance as a regular player and his number of goals Stadler was one of the main people responsible for the championship, which the team won eleven points ahead of SV Behind the mountain and the width- SV at the end of the season.

Also in the episode season 2008/ 09 shone the 1.78 m tall forward with good offensive performances and leadership qualities, which was also one of the main reasons that, he served as captain of the team from the fifth round of the season. Having already scored seven goals bishin the ninth round, he put less emphasis on the offensive and moved back into midfield. Until the winter break Stadler came in the autumn championship in 13 league games eight times for scoring and was, although he came in the spring, not a single use more, on the second place team of internal scorers. For the team it was enough at the end of the season once again for a passable fifth place in the standings.

Division and pro debut

After the departure as captain of the farm teams of the 18 -year-old was brought to the national league team due to its good performance in the winter break of 2008 /09. His thereat debut was already at the spring kick-off on 15 March 2009 in a 0-4 home friendly defeat against eventual champions SVL Flavia Solva, as he stood from the beginning on the lawn. Already in his second division used in the following week scored Stadler 's 2-1 away win over the SV Wildon his first team and league goals when he netted for 1-0 lead in the 36th minute. In the national league team, the young attacker was able to integrate quickly and was after only a few uses already one of the regular players and one of the pillars of the team. By the end of the season it brought Stadler on 14 league assignments and two gates.

After Stadler was already in the pre-season before the season 2009/ 10 with the professional team of its common association in use, he was taken early in the season in the Bundesliga squad, although he did still came exclusively in the national league for use, but always mittrainierte with the pros. Right after his first goal in the opening game of the division, his goal ratio improved compared to last year rapidly. So he came to date (4 May 2010) in 18 league games, scoring five goals to, among other things his first double for the amateur team of SV Kapfenberg.

Although on 4 May 2010 the amateurs an important match against FC Gleisdorf 09 in the Styrian Cup ( 7th round, quarterfinals ) had, Stadler was KSV coach Werner Gregoritsch for the Bundesliga match against FC Red Bull Salzburg in the cadre of professional teams fetched. While the amateurs lost the away match with 0:3, the professional team won at home against the guests from Salzburg 2-0, with Lukas Stadler was from the beginning on the lawn and was replaced in the second half by the Czechs Patrik Siegl. Together with Stadler was on this evening of the same age Manfred Gollner his professional debut.