Back Row (Left to Right):
Olafur Stefansson, Alexandros Alvanos, Oliver Roggisch, Andrej Klimovets, Carlos Prieto, Karol Bielecki, Gabor Ancsin, Michael Müller.
Middle Row (Left to Right):
Sascha Pander (physiotherapist), Markus Müller (physiotherapist), Dr. Ulrich Steinhauser (team doctor), Konrad Hoffmann (organiser), Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson, Siarhei Harbok, Alexander Becker, Ola Lindgren (coach), Christopher Monz (organiser), Sven Raab (physiotherapist), Dr. Andreas Klonz (team doctor).
Front Row (Left to Right):
Patrick Groetzki, Grzegorz Tkaczyk, Uwe Gensheimer, Sławomir Szmal, Henning Fritz, Max Bender, Niklas Ruß, Bjarte Myrhol.
New players: Alexandros Alvanos (VfL Gummersbach), Olafur Stefansson (BM Ciudad Real/Spain), Bjarte Myrhol (HSG Nordhorn), Carlos Prieto (Pefaversa Valladolid/Spain), Michael Müller (TV Großwallstadt), Gábor Ancsin (Dunaferr SE/Hungary), Alexander Becker, Maximilian Bender (both youth team)
Leaving: Sergej Shelmenko (Medwedi Tschechow/Russia), Mariusz Jurasik (Vive Kielce/Poland), Christian Schwarzer, Jackson Richardson (both retired), Jan Filip (Kadetten Schaffhausen/Switzerland), Matthias Baur (Pfadi Winterthur/Switzerland), Steffen Fäth (VfL Gummersbach)
Ola Lindgren (born 29 February 1964) was one of the most successful handball players. He was part of Sweden´s Golden Generation, winning the world championship twice (1990, 1999) and the European championship four times (1994, 1998, 2000, 2002). In 2004, he took over as a coach at HSG Nordhorn before joining Rhein-Neckar Löwen in 2009. Former SG coach Kent-Harry Andersson works as his assistant.
SG record against SG Kronau-Östringen / Rhein-Neckar Löwen (as of 2 August 2009)
Total: 12 games, 6 wins, 6 losses; 373-354 goals
At home: 4 wins, 2 losses; 200-177 goals
Last home game: 29-30 (23 December 2008)
Founded in: 2002 (Merger)
Office: Rhein-Neckar Löwen GmbH, Mallaustr. 55, 68219 Mannheim;
Phone: +49 621-3919300, Fax: +49 621-39193020, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arena: SAP-Arena (14,500 seats), Mannheim
Business Director: Thorsten Storm
Success: Promotion to Bundesliga 2003 and 2005, DHB Cup finalist 2006 and 2007
Average attendance: 2008/2009: 7,923; 2009/2010: 9,000 (calculated)
Budget: €7 million