27 Facts About Andreas Weimann


Andreas Weimann is an Austrian professional footballer who plays as a forward or winger for EFL Championship club Bristol City and the Austria national team.


Andreas Weimann joined Wolves on loan in January 2017 before joining Bristol City in July 2018.


Andreas Weimann remained there for three years, before being signed by Premier League club Aston Villa, joining the club alongside fellow Austrian Dominik Hofbauer.


Andreas Weimann has since mentioned that he still supports Rapid.


Andreas Weimann represented the club during the 2009 Peace Cup against Juventus, Atlante and Porto.


On 8 May 2010, Andreas Weimann was named in the provisional squad for the final match of the season against Blackburn Rovers after impressing manager Martin O'Neill during the Reserve Play-off Final against Manchester United.


On 16 May 2010, Andreas Weimann was part of the Aston Villa team that won the Hong Kong Soccer Sevens tournament.

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On 27 July 2010, Andreas Weimann, scored two goals for Aston Villa in a pre-season friendly against Walsall.


On 14 August 2010, Andreas Weimann made his full league debut for Aston Villa, replacing Ashley Young as a substitute in the 86th minute against West Ham United.


Andreas Weimann was out of action until January 2011, when he returned to full training.


Andreas Weimann made his debut for Watford in the FA Cup defeat vs Brighton and Hove Albion.


Andreas Weimann then made his league debut against Crystal Palace at home on 1 February 2011, and scored in the game.


Andreas Weimann continued to play for Aston Villa's reserve side during his loan spell at Watford, as he was only signed on a youth loan.


Andreas Weimann played 19 times in total for Watford, scoring 4 goals.


The goal stemmed from Gary Gardner's shot when it was fumbled by the Fulham keeper and Andreas Weimann reacted fastest as he bundled in the winner and became an instant fans favourite.


On 10 November 2012, Andreas Weimann scored two goals against Manchester United at Villa Park, and both goals showed Andreas Weimann's predatory instinct and shooting prowess.


Andreas Weimann then scored against Swansea City on 1 January 2013, again being assisted by Benteke.


Andreas Weimann ended the season with 12 goals in all competitions, averaging a one-goal to three appearance ratio.


On 18 June 2015, Andreas Weimann joined Derby County on a four-year deal.


On 3 July 2018, Andreas Weimann signed for Championship club Bristol City on a three-year contract, with an option for a further year, for an undisclosed fee.


Andreas Weimann's hat-trick was the first a Bristol City player had scored away from home in the top two tiers of English football since Kevin Mabbutt in 1978.


Andreas Weimann has represented Austria at under-17, under-19 and under-21 levels.


Andreas Weimann scored on his under-21 debut against Scotland Under-21 in a 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification match on 5 September 2009.


Andreas Weimann scored in the 57th minute, just 2 minutes after replacing team-mate Marc Sand as a substitute.


In July 2010, Andreas Weimann was called up to the Austria U-19 squad for the 2010 UEFA European Under-19 Championship.

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In March 2022, Andreas Weimann was recalled to the Austria senior team for their 2022 FIFA World Cup play-off match against Wales, his first call-up in seven years.


On 10 June 2022, Andreas Weimann scored his first international goal against France, which gave Austria the lead in a UEFA Nations League game.