Austria Wien has signed Stefanie Schneeberger to a new contract, tying the winger until the summer of 2025. The 22-year-old has played for the Violets since 2019 and earned a regular shirt again last fall after overcoming a serious injury.
"I am very happy about the contract extension with my heart club. You can see well how the club deals with women's football and supports it. It makes me all the more proud to be able to continue on the new path for the next two years," says Stefanie Schneeberger.
The versatile, two-footed winger started her football career in Burgenland with SV Schattendorf. Via Wiener Neustadt, she came to FC Südburgenland, for whom she made her debut in the Bundesliga in March 2016 at the age of just 15. After three years with SKV Altenmarkt, she moved to the then SG Austria Wien/USC Landhaus at the 2019 summer break.
Despite three serious knee injuries in the meantime, the 20-time junior international has played 42 Bundesliga and Cup games for Austria Wien to date. At 22, Schneeberger is already one of the more experienced players in the Violets' squad.
Lisa Makas, sporting director: "Stefanie has an important role within the team not only on but also off the pitch. She has been here for a long time, knows the club and is an important part of it. In addition, we believe that there is still a lot of potential and we are happy to continue to have her with us."