Back row (left to right):
Pavel Horak, Manuel Späth, Dalibor Anusic, Michael Thiede, Felix Lobedank, Nedeljko Vujinovic (assistant coach).
Thomas Hummel (physiotherapist), Michael Müller (physiotherapist), Momir Rnic, Drasko Mrvaljevic, Michael Haaß, Tim Kneule, Peter Heinrich (organiser), Velimir Petkovic (coach).
Christian Dekrell (physiotherapist), Maximilian Schubert, Dragos Oprea, Bastian Rutschmann, Enid Tahirovic, Christian Schöne, Dr. Stefan Vollmer (team doctor).
In: Bastian Rutschmann (TV Bittenfeld), Felix Lobedank (HBW Balingen-Weilstetten), Momir Rnic (RK Celje/Slowenien)
Out: Lars Kaufmann (SG Flensburg-Handewitt), Kai Häfner, Fabian Gutbrodt (both HBW Balingen-Weilstetten), Miladin Kozlina (Metalurg Skopje/Macedonia), Adam Weiner (TSV Hannover-Burgdorf)
Velimir Petkovic (born 5 July 1956) has been Göppingen's coach since 2004. The club has qualified four times for the EHF Cup since then, in 2011 the team even won the competition. Born in Bosnia, Petkovic is now a German citizen and has won the EHF Cup in 1991 with Borac Banja Luka.
SG against FA Göppingen (as of 20 July 2011)
Overall: 28 games, 20 wins, 3 draws, 5 losses; 797-687 goals
at home: 12 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss; 397-326 goals
Last home game: 28-23 (28 May 2011)
Founded in: 1896
Business Office: Frisch Auf! Göppingen Management und Marketing GmbH Leonard-Weiss-Straße 40, 73037 Göppingen
Phone: +49 7161-9659750, Fax: +49 7161-96597575
E-mail: service@ frischauf-gp.de
Arena: EWS-Arena Göppingen (capacity: 5,600)
Business director: Gerd Hofele
Success: 11 German championships, 2 European champions cups, EHF Cup 2011
Average attendance: 2010/2011: 4,753; 2010/2011: 4,800 (estimated)
Budget: €4.5 million