LASK joins FBIN Network as third Austrian Club

LASK ist the third club from Austria to become a member of the FBIN Network after FC Red Bull Salzburg and FC Flyeralarm Admira. LASK is a club with a long-standing history. After an era of ups and downs, the club is on an upwards trajectory since 2013 and has reached the UEL group stages twice in a row. The club is currently building its new home, the so-called Raiffeisen Arena with a capacity of more than 20.000. The construction should be finished in summer 2022.

Andreas Protil, Managing Director of LASK says about joining the FBIN Network: “We are delighted to join the Football Business Inside Network as a member, so we can benefit from the best practice examples of other clubs or the knowledge of the numerous FBIN partners. Sharing our knowledge and taking part in discussions to broaden our horizon and our network will be hugely beneficial to our quickly growing club.”

Thomas Maurer, founder of FBIN says: “LASK has developed strongly in the last few years and the next big steps – such as the construction of the new stadium – are imminent. As a member of the FBIN Network, we are very much looking forward to supporting the club on its path of constant development.”


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