Back row (left to right):
Volker Mudrow (coach), Steffen Coßbau, Kay Behnke, Michael Qvist, Sebastian Roth, Norman Flödl, Georgi Nikolov, Jürgen Kloth (assistant coach).
Milan Weißbach, Chris Meiser, Michael Hoffmann, Nicolas Ivakno, Morten Slundt, Michael Jahns, Vladica Stojanovic.
Dimitrios Tzimourtos, Maximilian Kolditz, Dennis Klockmann, Patrick Schulz, Marcus Schiech, Nils Eichenberger.
In: Vladica Stojanovic (Army Club Qatar), Steffen Coßbau, Patrick Schulz (both SC Magdeburg), Morten Slundt (Nordsjaeland/Denmark), Norman Flödl (Dessau-Roßlauer HV)
Out: Leif Anton (TBV Lemgo II), Torben Ehlers, Marco Stange
Volker Mudrow (born 30 June 1969) returned to the German state of Niedersachsen. He was born in Braunschweig and worked as a coach for SG Hameln before winning the Bundesliga with TBV Lemgo in 2003. After working in Wetzlar, Mudrow returned to Lemgo where he was working for two years until he joined Hildesheim this season.
SG against Eintracht Hildesheim (as of 20 July 2011)
Overall: 17 games, 11 wins, 1 draw, 5 losses; 381-337 goals
at home: 4 wins, 1 draw, 2 losses; 151-127 goals
Last home game: 40-28 (12 May 2007)
Head office: Eintracht Hildesheim Handball GmbH, Am Ratsbauhof 6, 31134 Hildesheim; Phone: +49 5121 2989 400, Fax +49 5121 2989 401
Arena: Sparkassenarena Hildesheim (2,800 capacity), Pappelallee 1, 31137 Hildesheim
Manager: Gerald Oberbeck
Success: Promotion to Bundesliga in 1968, 2000, 2006 and 2011
Attendance: 2010/2011: 1,780; 2011/2012: 2,200 (estimated)
Budget: €1.8 million