Back row (left to right):
Dr. Ulrich Steinhauser (team doctor), Michel Abt, Zarko Sesum, Michael Müller, Oliver Roggisch, Karol Bielecki, Krzysztof Lijewski, Dr. Andreas Klonz (team doctor).
Gudmundur Gudmundsson (coach), Christopher Monz (team coordinator), Bjarte Myrhol, Robert Gunnarsson, Andy Schmid, Börge Lund, Sven Raab (physiotherapist), Sascha Pander (physiotherapist).
Konrad Hoffmann (coordinator), Niklas Ruß, Uwe Gensheimer, Goran Stojanovic, Tomas Svensson, Henning Fritz, Ivan Cupic, Patrick Groetzki, Markus Müller (physiotherapist).
In: Goran Stojanovic (VfL Gummersbach), Niklas Ruß (TSG Friesenheim), Tomas Svensson (BM Valladolid), Krzysztof Lijewski (HSV Hamburg)
Out: Olafur Stefansson, Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson (both AG Kopenhagen/Denmark), Slawomir Szmal, Grzegorz Tkaczyk (both KS Vive Kielce/Poland)
Gudmundur Gudmundsson (born 23 December 1960) took over as coach in September 2010. As Iceland's national coach, he reached the Olympic final in 2008 and finished in third place in the European championship in 2010. From 1999 to 2001, he worked as a coach in Dormagen.
SG against Rhein-Neckar Löwen (as of 20 July 2011)
Overall: 17 games, 10 wins, 7 losses; 520-497 goals
at home: 6 wins, 2 losses; 264-233 goals
Last home game: 32-31 (14 November 2010)
Founded in: 2002 (Merger)
Office: Rhein-Neckar Löwen GmbH, Mallaustr. 55, 68219 Mannheim;
Phone: +49 621 3919 300, Fax: +49 621 3919 3020
Arena: SAP-Arena (14,500 capacity), Mannheim
Manager: Thorsten Storm
Success: Promotion to Bundesliga 2003 and 2005, Runner-up DHB Cup 2006, 2007 and 2010, Runner-up European cup 2008, Final Four tournament Champions League 2011
Average attendance: 2010/2011: 8,033; 2011/2012: 9,000 (estimated)
Budget: €8 million