Back row (left to right):
Denis Spoljaric, Evgeni Pevnov, Jonathan Stenbäcken, Mark Bult, Torsten Laen, Sven-Sören-Christophersen, Frank Marunke (team coordinator).
Detlef Klavehn (organiser), Bob Hanning (manager), Alexander Petersson, Bartlomiej Jaszka, Markus Richwien, Iker Romero, Dagur Sigurdsson (coach), Alexander Haase (assistant coach).
Erik Helm (athletics coach), Colja Löffler, Silvio Heinevetter, Petr Stochl, Ivan Nincevic, Fabian Kittmann (physiotherapist)
In: Evgeni Pevnov (TSG Friesenheim), Iker Romero (FC Barcelona/Spain), Jonathan Stenbäcken (IK Sävehof/Sweden), Ramon Tauabo (own youth team)
Out: Konrad Wilczynski (West Wien), Michal Kubisztal (Wisla Plock/Poland), Stian Vatne (retired), Martin Murawski (Post Schwerin)
Dagur Sigurdsson (born 3 April 1973) took over Berlin in 2009. Before that, he worked at Austrian champion Bregenz, first as a player-coach, then as a coach. In March 2008, the Icelandic also took over as Austrian national coach and remained in that position until 2010.
SG against Füchse Berlin (as of 2 August 2011)
Overall: 15 games, 9 wins, 3 draws, 3 losses; 372-337 goals
at home: 5 wins, 2 losses; 174-155 goals
Last home game: 25-26 (28 September 2010)
Head office: RFH Vermarktungsgesellschaft mbH, Markgrafenstraße 34, 10117 Berlin; Phone/Fax +49 30 20 91 68 76
Arena: Max-Schmeling-Halle (9,000 capacity)
President: Frank Steffel
Manager: Bob Hanning
Success: Promoted to Bundesliga 1981 and 2007, third place in Bundesliga 1981/1982 and 2010/2011, Runner-up DHB Cup 2004
Average attendance: 2010/2011: 8,172; 2011/2012: 8,000 (estimated)
Budget: €4.7 million