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Nationality  Hungarian
Name  Orsolya Herr
Playing position  Goalkeeper
Height  1.76 m
Current club  Fehervar KC
Weight  76 kg
Number  12

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Born  23 November 1984 (age 31) Tatabanya, Hungary (1984-11-23)
0000–2000  Tatabanyai TSC Gyori Audi ETO KC
2000–2009 2003–2004 2009 2009–2011 2011–2012 2012–2015 2015-  Gyori Audi ETO KC → Budapesti Spartacus SC (loan) Podravka Koprivnica Vaci NKSE Siofok KC Gyori Audi ETO KC Fehervar KC

Győri Audi ETO - Oltchim Ramnicu Vilcea (Herr Orsi saves 1)

Orsolya Herr (born 23 November 1984) is a Hungarian handball goalkeeper playing for Fehérvár KC and the Hungarian national team.


Orsolya Herr A szezon vgn tvozik a gyri csapatbl a Herr testvrpr


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Started to play at the age of 12, she was first selected for her hometown club Tatabányai TSC. Two years later she was signed by Hungarian giants Győri ETO KC and got an excellent opportunity to train on one of the best academies in the country.

Orsolya Herr Tt nlkli veresggel bcszott jvidktl a kzivlogatott

She debuted in the Hungarian championship in 2001, but her playing minutes remained limited in the forthcoming years and she was eventually loaned to Budapest Kőbányai Spartacus SC for the 2003–2004 season. After her comeback she slowly established herself as a regular, and on 23 March 2005 she won her first cap for the national team as well, when Hungary hosted Slovakia.

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Her contract in Győr ran out in summer 2009 and she decided not to extend it. She joined Podravka Koprivnica instead, as a replacement of Paula Ungureanu, who signed to CS Oltchim Râmnicu Vâlcea. In Croatia she got the chance to play together with national team mate Anita Bulath and former Győr player Ana Ðokić, under the guidance of world-class coach Zdravko Zovko.

Orsolya Herr A Gyri ETO nyerte a rangadt Kzilabda Live

However, just few months after her move to Koprivnica, financial troubles were revealed and on 4 August the club announced that they release all their foreign players with immediate effect to axe the wage bills.

She has not been a free agent for too long, just two weeks after her dismissal she signed a deal with Vác. Herr told in an interview, that right after the official statement made by Podravka she got many calls and offers, and she had nothing else to do just choose the best one. In the summer of 2011 she moved to ambitious Siófok KC alongside with other three Hungarian internationals, Szilvia Ábrahám, Bernadett Bódi and Renáta Mörtel. However, just after one season she signed to her former club Győri ETO as a replacement of the retiring Katalin Pálinger.


Herr debuted in the national team in 2005 and a year later she already took part on her first European Championship, finishing fifth. She participated on further two European Championships (2008, 2010) as well as two World Championships (2007, 2009). She was also present on the 2008 Summer Olympics, where Hungary placed fourth.


One of her two sisters, Anita, is also a Hungarian international handballer, playing in the right back position. They played together in Győr until 2009, and both of them were wanted by Podravka, but Anita finally moved to Germany. In 2012 they reunited in Siófok KC for a brief period, following Anita left her club, VfL Sindelfingen, which went to bankruptcy, and joined the Balaton-side team.


  • Nemzeti Bajnokság I:
  • Winner: 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009
  • Silver Medallsit: 2007
  • Bronze Medallist: 2003, 2010
  • Magyar Kupa:
  • Winner: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
  • EHF Champions League:
  • Winner: 2013
  • Finalist: 2009
  • Semifinalist: 2007, 2008
  • EHF Cup Winners' Cup:
  • Finalist: 2006
  • EHF Cup:
  • Finalist: 2003, 2005
  • Junior European Championship:
  • Silver Medallist: 2002
  • Junior World Championship:
  • Silver Medallist: 2003
  • European Championship:
  • Bronze Medalist: 2012
  • References

    Orsolya Herr Wikipedia

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