Back Row (Left to Right)
Jürgen Franke (assistant coach), Daniel Stephan (team manager), Tamas Mocsai, Sebastian Preiß, Daniel Kubes, Ferenc Ilyés, Markus Baur (coach)
Middle Row (Left to Right)
Ulrich Conrady (mental coach), Logi Geirsson, Holger Glandorf, Carsten Lichtlein, Martin Galia, Rolf Hermann, Vignir Svavarsson, Meinolf Krome (athletics coach).
Front Row (Left to Right)
Bennet Risch (physiotherapist), Florian Kehrmann, Michael Kraus, Jens Bechtloff, Martin Strobel, Mark Schmetz, Volker Broy (team doctor).
New players: Ferenc Ilyés (MKB Veszprém/Hungary)
Leaving: Lars Kaufmann (FA Göppingen), Jörg Zereike (retired), Malte Schröder (Ahlener SG)
Markus Baur (born 22 January 1971) took over TBV Lemgo in February 2008. For the former German international who took part in the Euro in January 2008, it is the second stint as coach. He acted as player coach at Pfadi Winterthur in Switzerland. Baur is the first member of the World Cup-winning team who retired.
SG record against TBV Lemgo (as of 2 August 2009)
Total: 53 games, 19 wins, 8 ties, 26 losses; 1286-1284 goals
At home: 15 wins, 5 ties, 6 losses; 652-595 goals
Last home game: 27-25 (16 May 2009)
Founded in: 1911
Business office: TBV Lemgo Spielbetriebs- und Marketing GmbH & Co. KG, Kramerstr. 1, 32657 Lemgo
Phone: +49 5261-288333; Fax: +49 5261-288335
Arena: Lipperlandhalle (5,000 seats)
Business Director: Volker Zerbe
Success: German Championship 1997 and 2003, DHB Cup 1995, 1997 and 2002, European Cup Winners Cup 1996
Average attendance: 2008/2009: 5,065; 2009/2010: 5,500 calculated
Season's Budget: €6 million