Ernst Stojaspal (* January 14, 1925 – † April 3, 2002) was an Austrian football player. He was born in Vienna.
A prolific striker, the left-footed Stojaspal played for Austria Wien
for 10 years, winning three league titles and 2 domestic cups. Also, he topped the final goalscoring charts 5 times. After the 1954 World Cup, he moved abroad to play for Racing Strasbourg
, AS Béziers
, AS Monaco
, Troyes AC
and FC Metz
In 2001 he was chosen in Austria's Team of the Century.
He made his debut for Austria
in December 1946 against Italy
and was a participant at the 1954 FIFA World Cup
where he scored 3 goals in 4 matches. The 3rd place play-off against Uruguay
proved to be his final international game. He earned 32 caps, scoring 15 goals.
He later worked as a football coach and led some French clubs, most notable AC Ajaccio
. He died in Moulins-lès-Metz