Back row (left to right):
Mark Sandmann (athletics coach), Aivis Jurdzs, Gustav Rydergard, Malte Semisch, Csaba Szücs, Vignir Svavarsson, Benjamin Chatton (manager).
Christopher Nordmeyer (coach), Matthias Warnke (physiotherapist), Mario Clößner, Nikolas Katsigiannis, Nenad Puljezevic, Piotr Przybecki, Alexander Grah (goalkeeping coach), Guido Sander (organiser).
Hannes Jon Jonsson, Torge Johannsen, Frederic Repke, Asgeir Örn Hallgrimsson, Jan Fiete Buschmann, Morten Olsen, Lars Lehnhoff.
Missing: Adam Weiner
In: Mario Clößner (HSG Ahlen-Hamm), Csaba Szücs (TV Großwallstadt), Adam Weiner (FA Göppingen)
Out: Thomas Bergmann, Jannis Fauteck (both HF Springe), Jacek Bedzikowski (Zaglebie Lubin/Poland), Jendrik Meyer (DHC Rheinland), Sigurbergur Sveinsson (RTV 1879 Basel), Marc Hohenberg
Christopher Nordmeyer (born 17 November 1969) took over in February 2011 after he had coached third-league women's team Wacker Osterwald. In 2009, he was part of Hannover's team that earned the promotion to the Bundesliga.
SG against TSV Hannover-Burgdorf (as of 20 July 2011)
Overall: 5 games, 5 wins; 158-124 goals
zu Hause: 2 wins; 67:50 goals
Last home game:
Founded in: 1849
Head office: Hannover-Burgdorf Handball GmbH, Schmiedestr. 12c, 31303 Burgdorf; Phone: +49 5136 9706 036, Fax: +49 5136 9721 420
Arena: AWD-Hall Hannover (4,400 capacity)
Team manager: Benjamin Chatton
Manager: Georg Müller
Success: Promotion to Bundesliga 2009
Average attendance: 2010/2011: 3,223; 2011/2012: 3,300 (estimated)
Budget: €2.1 million