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Full name  Rhein-Neckar Löwen
League  Handball-Bundesliga
Former name  SG Kronau/Östringen
Arena  SAP Arena
Head coach  Nikolaj Jacobsen
Capacity  14,500
2015–16  1st
Location  Mannheim, Germany
Founded  2002
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Rhein-Neckar Löwen is a handball club from Mannheim, Germany. The club was founded in 2002 as a merger of TSG Kronau and TSG Baden Östringen, competing initially under the name SG Kronau/Östringen. Currently, Rhein-Neckar Löwen competes in the First Division of the German Handball Bundesliga.

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Accomplishments

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  • National Championship of Germany : 1
  • 01 ! Gold : 2016
  • Semi-finalist EHF Champions League 2009
  • Finalist EHF Cup Winners' Cup 2008
  • German A Youth Champions 2008
  • Finalist German Cup 2006, 2007, 2010
  • Semi-finalist German Cup 2008, 2009
  • Last 16 of EHF Cup 2007
  • Promotion to the Bundesliga First Division 2003, 2005

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    The most popular players of the Rhein-Neckar Löwen are Uwe Gensheimer, Oliver Roggisch, Karol Bielecki, Guðjón Valur Sigurðsson, Ólafur Stefánsson, Børge Lund, Michael Müller, Sergei Schelmenko and Ivan Čupić.

    Accomplishments prior to the merger

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  • 1982, 1989: Promoted to the Regionalliga South (Östringen)
  • 1993, 1999: Promoted to the Regionalliga South (Kronau)
  • 1995: Promoted to the Bundesliga Second Division (Östringen)
  • 1996: German B Youth Champions (Kronau)
  • 2000: Promoted to the Bundesliga Second Division (Kronau)
  • 2002: Runners-up in the Bundesliga Second Division (Östringen)
  • 2013: Win EHF Cup
  • Current squad

    Squad for the 2016–17 season

    Technical staff

  • Head Coach: Nikolaj Jacobsen
  • Assistant Coach: Klaus Gärtner
  • Sports Director: Oliver Roggisch
  • Team Doctor: Andreas Klonz, MD
  • Transfers

    Transfers for the 2017-18 season Transfers for the 2018-19 season

    Notable former coaches

  • Michael Roth
  • Christian Schwarzer
  • Frédéric Volle
  • Yuri Shevtsov
  • Ola Lindgren
  • Guðmundur Guðmundsson

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    References

    Rhein-Neckar Löwen Wikipedia