The first game was staged in Vienna and was won by WEV by the score of 3-0. KAC played hard, but suffered from a lack of practice time due to recent mild temperatures back home, and succumbed.
It appeared that WEV had garnered the Austrian Championship, but several days later KAC reminded the former club's president, Walter Bruck, that he had promised a rematch if ice conditions were suitable in Klagenfurt before March 15. Bruck denied making this statement and claimed he only offered to play a friendly against KAC, but the OEHV cited two witnesses who asserted otherwise, and ordered WEV to travel to Klagenfurt.
WEV itself was also faced with a dilemma. Several players who had announced their intentions to leave the club (Demmer, Gobel, and Kirchberger), proclaimed their willingness to attend the match in Klagenfurt and capture the championship for good. However, in an act of defiance toward the federation, Bruck sent WEV's junior side to play against KAC, whom defeated them handily by a score of 8-1.
The title was awarded to KAC but the circumstances were deemed unsatisfactory. EK Engelmann Wien, the runner-up in Vienna, filed a protest and the OEHV proceeded to conduct an investigation. The federation awarded the second match to KAC by a 6-0 forfeit and suspended Walter Bruck from any official duties for five years.
Note: Alt-Turm withdrew from the championship on January 22 due to a lack of players and had their results erased from the table. Merkur's 6-0 forfeit losses were originally an 8-0 win over Sokol and a 1-0 win over Wiener SV.
Note: All three teams still had the chance to finish first, but the remaining two games could not be played due to unsuitable weather conditions. Thus, Klagenfurt was awarded the cup as they were in first place. Klagenfurt originally defeated Leoben 2-0, but it was changed to a 6-0 forfeit victory as Leoben played its Canadian coach, Rowat.