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The 1925-26 Austrian Hockey Championship was the fourth season of the Austrian Hockey Championship. It was contested by 14 teams and won by Wiener Eislauf-Verein.

FormatEdit

As the 1924-25 season saw many cancelled games, the competition format for the 1925-26 season was reorganized in a knockout format that provided each team the opportunity to play at least twice. This format was known as the Vienna System, which consisted of four main rounds and two intermediate rounds.

The first round was attended by all registered teams, with the exception of the top four teams from the previous year, who were exempted from participating. The teams who lost in the first round played in the first intermediate round, while the winners advanced to the second main round.

The third and fourth placed teams entered the competition in the second main round. The second intermediate round was contested by the losers of the second main round.

The winners of the second main round advanced to the third round, where they were joined by the top two finishers from 1924-25. The top six teams advanced to the fourth and final round.

Participating teamsEdit

Results Edit

1st main round Edit

Date Location Teams Score Notes
13. December. 1925 Vienna Sportklub Hertha - Floridsdorfer AC 4:4 Abandoned due to weather
16. December. 1925 Vienna PSK II - WHV 3:2
18. December. 1925 Vienna Ö Lehrer - Korneuburg 6:0 Korneuburg did not participate, awarded to Lehrer on Forfeit
20. December. 1925 Vienna Hertha - FAC 8:4 Continued from 13. Dec
20. December. 1925 Stockerau Stockerau - WBC 7:1
23. December. 1925 Vienna VfB - CEV II 8:0

Wiener EV II was exempt from this round and joined in for the 1st intermediate round.

1st intermediate roundEdit

Date Location Teams Score Notes
Floridsdorfer AC - Korneuberg Forfeit win for FAC
27. December. 1925 Vienna WEV II - CEV II 11:1
2. January 1925 Vienna WHV - WBC 7:0

Korneuberg, CEV II, and WBC were eliminated from the competition.

2nd main round Edit

The third and fourth placed teams from 1924-25, PSK and WAC, entered the competition.

Date Location Teams Score Notes
5. January 1926 Vienna WEV II - Stockerau 4:0
14. January 1926 Vienna Ö Lehrer - WAC 0:3
17. January 1926 Vienna Hertha - VfB 0:7
17. January 1926 Vienna PSK II - Floridsdorfer AC 3:1
22./27. January 1926 Vienna PSK - WHV not played Neither date saw game played

2nd intermediate roundEdit

Date Location Teams Score Notes
20. January 1926 Stockerau Stockerau - Hertha 4:0
Ö Lehrer - Floridsdorfer AC Win for Lehrer

Hertha and Floridsdorfer AC were eliminated from the competition.

3rd round Edit

The first and second placed teams from 1924-25, WEV and CEV, entered the competition. PSK withdrew from the competition. Lehrer received a bye to the fourth round.

Date Location Teams Score Notes
24. January 1926 Vienna PSK II - WEV not played
28. January 1926 Vienna WEV II - CEV ?
29. January 1926 Vienna PSK - VfB not played Game was cancelled
31. January 1926 Stockerau WEV - Stockerau 12:1
10. February 1926 Vienna PSK II - WAC 5:0 Association awarded game to WAC
15. February 1926 Vienna WHV - VfB  ? Won by VfB

4th round Edit

Participants: WEV I, WEV II, VfB, WAC, CEV, Ö Lehrer

  1. Wiener Eislauf-Verein I
  2. Wiener Eislauf-Verein II
  3. VfB Wien
  4. Wiener AC
  5. Cottage EV
  6. Österreichische Lehrer Sportvereinigung
Date Location Teams Score Notes
19. February 1926 Vienna WEV - Lehrer 9:0
21. February 1926 Vienna CEV - WEV 1:3
24. February 1926 Vienna WEV II - WAC 6:0
26. February 1926 Vienna WEV II - VfB ? Won by WEV II
27. February 1926 Vienna WEV - WAC 13:0
28. February 1926 Vienna WEV - WEV II 3:1
2. March 1926 Vienna VfB - WAC 5:1

Friendly matchesEdit

Date Team 1 Score Team 2
Jan. 3 Villach 5 - 0 Grazer AC
Jan. 6 Wiener AC 5 - 2 Villach
Jan. 9 Villach 1 - 1 Klagenfurt
Jan. 16 Innsbruck 7 - 1 WHV
Jan. 17 Innsbruck 2 - 1 WHV
Jan. 17 Cottage EV 13 - 0 Grazer AC
Jan. 24 WHV 1 - 0 Villach
Jan. 31 Potzleinsdorf 13 - 0 EV St. Polten
Feb. 21 WBC 6 - 0 EV St. Polten

References Edit

  • Österreichische Nationalbibliothek

This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia

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