| Eisenerz, Austria|
| WSV Eisenerz|
| (1979-05-02) 2 May 1979 (age 36)|
1 (Grazer AK / Goalkeeper), 1 (SK Austria Karnten / Goalkeeper)
Andreas Schranz Wikipedia
Andreas Schranz (born May 2, 1979 in Eisenerz, Styria) is an Austrian football goalkeeper who last played for SV Grödig.
Schranz played 10 years for Grazer AK and won the league title with them once, in 2004, and the domestic cup three times. In the 2004/05 Champions League preliminaries he was the goalkeeper when Grazer AK defeated Liverpool F.C. 1-0 at Anfield Road. However, Liverpool F.C. won the away leg 2-0 and later won the UEFA Champions League by beating AC Milan in the final. He left GAK in 2007 after they were demoted to the Regionalliga Mitte because of financial difficulties. He joined SK Austria Kärnten in 2007, but left the again in 2010, after the club dissolved. He signed with lower division team SV Grödig in 2011.
He made his debut for Austria in an April 2004 friendly match against Luxembourg. He earned 6 caps, no goals scored. His final international match was a September 2006 friendly against Venezuela, coming on as a late substitute for striker Roland Linz after first goalkeeper Jürgen Macho was sent off.Austrian Football Bundesliga (2):
Austrian Cup (1):
2000, 2002, 2004