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|Full name||Christian Ilzer|
|Date of birth||21 October 1977|
|Place of birth||Puch bei Weiz, Austria|
|Sturm Graz (Manager)|
|1986–1998||USK Raiffeisen Puch|
|1998–1999||SV Ada Anger|
|2001–2004||USK Raiffeisen Puch|
|2004–2006||SC Sparkasse Weiz|
|2006–2007||USK Raiffeisen Puch|
|2006–2007||USK Raiffeisen Puch (player-manager)|
|2007–2011||TSV Hartberg (assistant)|
|2013–2014||TSV Hartberg (assistant)|
|2014–2015||Wiener Neustadt (caretaker)|
|2014||Wiener Neustadt (caretaker)|
|2015–2017||Wolfsberger AC (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
As a teenager, three cruciate ligament injuries stopped his career and at the age of only 17, where became coach of USK Raiffeisen Puch's U17 squad. In addition to his job as an electronics technician, he started a second education as a trainer. From 2006 to 2007, he was in charge of the first team of USK Raiffeisen Puch as a playing manager. From July 2007 to July 2011, he was assistant manager under manager Bruno Friesenbichler at TSV Hartberg.
In September 2011, he worked with the Austrian U19 national team as a fitness coach, while he in the 2012/13 season also was the manager of SC Weiz. From the summer 2013, once again he became assistant manager under manager Bruno Friesenbichler at TSV Hartberg. After one season at TSV Hartberg, he joined SC Wiener Neustadt as assistant manager. On 12 November 2014, Heimo Pfeifenberger was fired at Neustadt and Ilzer took over as caretaker manager. Ilzer was in charge for one game which he won 2-0 against Wolfsberger AC, before Helgi Kolviðsson was appointed as manager on 23 November 2014. Ilzer continued his role as assistant manager at the club, before he left at the end of the season and then became manager of TSV Hartberg. He left his position already on 25 November 2015, to become assistant manager at Wolfsberger AC under Heimo Pfeifenberger.
- CHRISTIAN ILZER IM PORTRÄT, fk-austria.at, 28 May 2019
- CHRISTIAN ILZER BECOMES THE NEW HEAD COACH OF AUSTRIA WIEN, fk-austria.at, 29 May 2019
- "CHRISTIAN ILZER NEUER CHEFTRAINER" (in German). Sturm Graz. 17 July 2020.
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