The Austrian Bundesliga 2000/2001 was contested by 10 teams and FC Tirol Innsbruck won the title (68 points). Second place for Rapid Wien (60 points) and third for Grazer (57 points). Best scorer was the Polish player Gilewicz (Tirol Innsbruck) with 22 goals.
The official sticker collection of the season released by Panini begins with an introductory page and two shining stickers in action. Then the 10 Bundesliga clubs are shown. For each club there are 27 stickers displaced over four pages: the club badge (shiny sticker), 5 players in action (shiny stickers), the stadium, the coach, the team photo (two stickers), and 17 players.
After the Bundesliga clubs, the album includes three special sections. The first with the top-scorers of all time (three action stickers), the second with the Roll of honour of the championship (two action stickers), and the third with Austrian stars playing abroad (5 stickers).
The last part of the album is dedicated to the clubs of Erste Division. For each club there are three stickers: the shiny club badge and two stickers with the team photo.
Portrait and action sticker of "the genius" Dejan Savicevic (ex AC Milan)
Shiny club badge stickers of Panini Bundesliga 2001
Full name: Bundesliga Fussball 2001
League: Austria (Bundesliga and Erste Division)
Number of clubs: 10 of Bundesliga and 10 of Erste Division
Stickers per club: 27 for Bundesliga and 3 for Erste Division
- Introduction (2 stickers)
- Panini-Top-Torjager (3 stickers)
- Osterreichische Meister (2 stickers)
- Osterreichische Stars im Ausland (5 stickers)
Checklist: click here
Total number of stickers: 312