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This league, however, was disbanded again in , whereby the Staatsliga A dropped the A from its name, the need for differentiating having been gone.
The Nationalliga remained as the second division, for now. In the —75 season the Bundesliga was introduced which, still led by the Austrian Football Association, aligned both of the highest divisions in Austria.
In , the Nationalliga was renamed to Bundesliga — Second Division while the Bundesliga was now called Bundesliga — First Division.
From to it played with sixteen clubs with each club playing the others twice. The league's modus was changed in to a twelve team league which played a home -and away round in autumn.
The top eight clubs then advanced to the championship round Officially: Oberes Play-off who again played each other twice. The bottom four of the autumn round played the top four of the First League to determine the four teams to play in the Bundesliga in the following season.
This modus was used for the next eight seasons until when the league returned to the ten team format it originally operated in.
Beginning with the season the league expanded from its current 10 teams to 12 teams. Since the Bundesliga has carried its own responsibility as a separate association, and organises the championships of the two highest divisions in Austria.
Both are named after their sponsors; since the Bundesliga is named after sports-betting company, Tipico.
The Bundesliga also represents professional football in Austria, in co-operation with the football clubs themselves.
The Bundesliga is legally a non-profit organisation. The twenty teams of the Tipico Bundesliga and the Sky Go Erste Liga constitute the members of the Bundesliga.
The Bundesliga is represented by an acting executive committee, which supports a supervisory board. Each association of the two professional leagues is represented in presidential conferences; these have advisory function in all affairs concerning the Bundesliga.
The 'senates' are organising committees which consist of honorary and committee-members independent of the clubs.
The first senate is responsible for suspensions and for the running of championship games. The second senate functions as an arbitration board for financial disagreements, the third senate is responsible for all financial concerns and the fourth senate is the panel of referees for the Bundesliga.
The evaluation of a club's economic competency which is required in order to obtain a playing license for the two professional leagues takes place at the fifth senate, the Bundesliga license committee.
To accomplish this, the Bundesliga requires economic audits of the teams, the introduction of laws particular to professional football, TV marketing, centralised sponsorship and collective marketing for all teams.
In the Tipico Bundesliga, ten teams play a "double championship", with each team playing every other twice at home and twice away during a championship year, which is divided into an autumn and a spring season.
The season typically lasts from July to June of the following year. At the end of the season, the team finishing in last place in the table is relegated to the Sky Go Erste Liga, the champion of which is promoted to the Tipico Bundesliga.
The Bundesliga champion and the second placed team qualify for the UEFA Champions League , and the clubs at positions 3 and 4, as well as the Austrian Cup winner, enter the qualification rounds for the UEFA Europa League.
In the event that the Bundesliga champion is also the Austrian Cup winner, the fifth-placed team enters the UEFA Europa League.
The following data indicates Austrian coefficient rankings between European football leagues. UEFA League Ranking as of 15 March . UEFA 5-year Club Ranking as of 15 March .
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. National league club competition in Austrian football. Main article: Gauliga Ostmark.
Main article: List of Austrian football champions. See also: UEFA coefficient. Country ranking UEFA League Ranking as of 15 March  0 9.
Red Bull Salzburg Rapid Wien Austria Wien 8. According to the DFL Licensing Regulations, since the season all 36 clubs of the Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 have been obliged to demonstrate the annual performance of measures to prevent match-fixing in their professional teams.
To this end, DFL is providing a new digital service this year: In the season, the training is being held in the form of a webinar, which not only protects players, managers and coaches from infection, but also gives the clubs extra organisational flexibility.
Among other things, the webinar provides key information and recommendations for the fight against match-fixing, sets out the obligation to report suspicions, warns of the dangers of addiction and names relevant contacts, such as the ombudsman.
For U16 to U23 players at the youth academies, such measures have already been mandatory since the season. At that time, concrete measures for the early identification and prevention of match-fixing and other irregularities in football were developed and implemented in close cooperation with Transparency International Deutschland e.
In , the project website together-against-match-fixing.