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Austria Squad (Complete Line Up)-UEFA EURO 2020

Franco Foda, former player is now the manager of Austria squad and he also provides his services as a coach. Austrian team played 10 matches in total, in which they succeeded in 6 matches and 1 match ended in a draw.

Austria Squad for UEFA Euro 2020

Austrians were in group C and due to its outstanding performance in qualifying round, they stand first in group C. Austria is more likely to qualify for next round. The opponents they will face are Netherlands, North Macedonia and Ukraine. Austria really has to work hard to make its position in the semi-finals. Follow other Group members Line up in Squad category. Follow Macedonia Line Up.

Marko Arnautovic and Alexsandar Dragovic are the most eye catching players of Austrian Football team and possesses the most capes till now. Marko Arnautovic plays at forward position and Alexsandar Dragovic plays at defender position. Final Austria Squad.

Austria Goal Keepers:

  • Heinz Lindner
  • Alexander Schlager
  • Pavao Pervan
  • Richard Strebinger
  • Jorg Siebenhandl
  • Cican Stankovic


  • Maximilian Ullmann
  • Andreas Ulmer
  • Aleksandar Dragovic
  • Martin Hinteregger
  • Maximilian Wober
  • Stefan Posch
  • Marco Friedl
  • David Alaba
  • Albert Vallci
  • Philipp Lienhart
  • Sebastian Prodl
  • Stefan Lainer


  • Stefan Ilsanker
  • Reinhold Ranftl
  • Kevin Stoger
  • Florian Grillitsch
  • Peter Zulj
  • Julian Baumgartlinger
  • Thomas Goiginger
  • Florian Kainz
  • Christopher Trimmel
  • Alessandro Schopf
  • Konrad Laimer
  • Karim Onisiwo
  • Valentino Lazaro
  • Xaver Schlager
  • Louis Schaub

Austria team Forwards:

  • Marko Arnautovic
  • Marcel Sabitzer
  • Michael Gregoritsh
  • Guido Burgstaller
  • Lukas Hinterseer
  • Hannes Wolf
  • Marc Janko


Franco Foda is the manager of Austrian Squad and associated with this team since 2007. Under his coaching Austria played 29 matches in total, and won 19 matches and 3 matches ended in draw. He is focused to take his team to the semi-finals.

MatchesVenueKick OFFLink
Austria v/s MacedoniaArena Nationala13th June, 7:00PMLive Stream
Austria Vs UkraineArena Nationala21st June, 7:00PMLive Stream
Austria vs NetherlandsAmsterdam Arena18th June, 9:00PMLive Stream

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