Back row (left to right):
Dr. Frank Pries (team doctor), Momir Ilic, Kim Andersson, Filip Jicha, Daniel Kubes, Oliver Thormählen (organiser).
Jan Bock (osteopath), Uwe Brandenburg (physiotherapist), Tobias Reichmann, Daniel Narcisse, Marcus Ahlm, Aron Palmarsson, Milutin Dragicevic, Michael Menzel (organiser).
Dr. Detlev Brandecker (team doctor), Christian Zeitz, Christian Sprenger, Andreas Palicka, Thierry Omeyer, Dominik Klein, Henrik Lundström, Alfred Gislason (coach)
Out: Jerome Fernandez (Toulouse Union/France)
Alfred Gislason (born 7 September 1959) is one of the biggest names on the bench. In his first season with Kiel, he won the German championship and the DHB Cup, followed by the Champions League in 2010. Before signing with Kiel, he worked for KA Akureyri (1991-1997), SG Hameln (1997-1999), SC Magdeburg (1999-2006) and VfL Gummersbach (2006-2008). Furthermore, he acted as Iceland´s national coach until January 2008.
SG against THW Kiel (as of 20 July 2011)
Overall: 67 games, 22 wins, 4 draws, 41 losses; 1738-1828 goals
at home: 16 wins, 2 draws, 12 losses; 788-774 goals
Last home game: 31-37 (13 October 2010)
Founded in: 1904
Head office: THW Kiel Handball Bundesliga GmbH & Co KG, Ziegelteich 30, 24103 Kiel
Phone: +49 431-670390, Fax: +49 431-6703930
Arena: Sparkassen Arena (10,250 seats)
Managers: Klaus Elwardt, Sabine Holdorf-Schust
Success: sixteen-time German Champion, Champions League 2007 and 2010, seven-time DHB Cup winner, EHF-Cup 1998, 2002, 2004
Average attendance: 2010/2011: 10,250; 2011/2012: 10,250 (estimated)
Budget: €8.7 million