2010–11 Handball-Bundesliga

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Handball-Bundesliga
Season 2010–11
Biggest home win Kiel 40-18 Balingen
Biggest away win Rheinland 19-34 Berlin
Highest scoring Hamm 40–34 Flensburg

The 2010–11 Handball-Bundesliga is the 46th season of the Handball-Bundesliga, Germany's premier handball league, and the 34th season consisting of only one league. The season started on the weekend of 25 August 2010 and will end with the last games on 4 June 2011.[1] The defending champions are THW Kiel. As in previous years the league is sponsored by Toyota and carries the official name Toyota-Handball-Bundesliga.

Team information[edit]

GWD Minden and HSG Düsseldorf were directly relegated after finishing in the bottom two places.

The relegated teams were replaced by HSG Ahlen-Hamm, champions of the 2009–10 2. Handball-Bundesliga North, and TSG Friesenheim, champions of the 2009-10 2. Handball-Bundesliga South.

A further place in the league was decided through a two-legged play-off between the 16th placed team of the previous season and the play-off winner between the two second placed teams of the two 2. Bundesligas. This play-off was won by DHC Rheinland who had finished the previous season in 16th place.

Arenas and locations[edit]

Team Location Arena Arena capacity [2]
VfL Gummersbach Köln Lanxess Arena 19,250 Note 1
Füchse Berlin Berlin O2 World 14,800 Note 2
Rhein-Neckar Löwen Mannheim SAP Arena 14,500
HSV Hamburg Hamburg O2 World Hamburg 13,000
THW Kiel Kiel Sparkassen-Arena 10,250
Füchse Berlin Berlin Max-Schmeling-Halle 9,000 Note 2
SC Magdeburg Magdeburg Bördelandhalle 7,782
Frisch Auf Göppingen Stuttgart Porsche Arena 7,500 Note 3
SG Flensburg-Handewitt Sinsheim Campushalle 6,300
TV Großwallstadt Aschaffenburg f.a.n. Frankenstolz arena 6,000 Note 4
TBV Lemgo Lemgo Lipperlandhalle 5,000
HSG Wetzlar Wetzlar RITTAL Arena 4,412
Frisch Auf Göppingen Göppingen EWS Arena 4,300 Note 3
MT Melsungen Melsungen Rothenbach-Halle 4,300
TV Großwallstadt Großwallstadt Sparkassen-Arena 4,200 Note 4
TSV Hannover-Burgdorf Hannover AWD Hall 4,200
TuS Nettelstedt-Lübbecke Lübbecke Kreissporthalle Lübbecke 3,300
DHC Rheinland Dormagen HR Commitment Arena 3,000
HSG Ahlen-Hamm Ahlen MaxiparkArena 3,000
TSG Friesenheim Ludwigshafen Friedrich-Ebert-Halle 2,250
VfL Gummersbach Gummersbach Eugen-Haas-Halle 2,100 Note 1
HBW Balingen-Weilstetten Balingen Sparkassen-Arena 2,000

Notes:

  1. VfL Gummersbach play high profile matches which attract a large crowd at the Lanxess Arena.
  2. Füchse Berlin generally play at the Max-Schmeling-Halle, however, as this is a multi-use venue some matches may clash with other events and hence are moved to the O2 World Arena.
  3. Frisch Auf Göppingen's home venue EWS Arena is currently undergoing renovation/expansion works. In the mean time all matches are played at Stuttgart's Porsche-Arena.
  4. TV Großwallstadt play in Großwallstadt, however, move to Aschaffenburg for high profile matches.

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L G GD Pts
1. HSV Hamburg (Cup) 34 30 2 2 1105 : 0902 + 203 62 : 06
2. THW Kiel (C) 34 27 1 6 1099 : 0875 + 224 55 : 13
3. Füchse Berlin 34 26 3 5 0967 : 0860 + 107 55 : 13
4. Rhein-Neckar Löwen 34 25 3 6 1104 : 0980 + 124 53 : 15
5. Frisch Auf Göppingen 34 20 5 9 0941 : 0893 + 048 45 : 23
6. SG Flensburg-Handewitt 34 21 2 11 1037 : 0950 + 087 44 : 24
7. SC Magdeburg 34 19 4 11 1009 : 0941 + 068 42 : 26
8. VfL Gummersbach 34 17 2 15 1015 : 0980 + 035 36 : 32
9. TBV Lemgo 34 15 6 13 0985 : 0955 + 030 36 : 32
10. TV Großwallstadt 34 13 4 17 0891 : 0929 038 30 : 38
11. HSG Wetzlar 34 12 3 19 0842 : 0931 089 27 : 41
12. TuS Nettelstedt-Lübbecke 34 10 4 20 0950 : 0991 041 24 : 44
13. MT Melsungen 34 9 4 21 0879 : 0982 − 103 22 : 46
14. TSV Hannover-Burgdorf 34 8 2 23 0904 : 1010 − 106 20 : 48
15. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 34 7 5 22 0894 : 1013 − 119 19 : 49
16. *DHC Rheinland (PO) 34 8 0 26 0848 : 1006 − 158 16 : 52
17. HSG Ahlen-Hamm (P) 34 6 3 25 0923 : 1038 − 115 15 : 53
18. TSG Friesenheim (P) 34 4 3 27 0932 : 1089 − 157 11 : 57

* Der DHC Rheinland steht nach einem Insolvenzverfahren als Zwangsabsteiger fest.[3]

Key[edit]

Champion/Qualification for EHF Champions League
Qualification for EHF Champions League
Qualification for EHF Champions League Play-Offs
Qualification for EHF Cup
Qualification for EHF Cup Winners' Cup
Relegation Play-Off 2. Handball-Bundesliga
Relegation to 2. Handball-Bundesliga
(C) Holding Champions
(Cup) Holding Cupwinners
(PO) Play-Off Winner
(P) Promoted

Results[edit]

In the table below the home teams are listed on the left and the away teams along the top.

2010/11 as of 06.09.2010 KIE HSV FLB RNL GUM FAG LEM TVG FUB NLU MAG MEL WET HBD BAL RHE AHL FRI
THW Kiel 38:35 38:26 31:33 26:26 39:24 35:26 25:28 35:26 36:28 25:22 36:23 38:29 37:26 40:18 33:23 34:23 37:19
HSV Hamburg 26:25 32:24 32:31 35:30 30:25 38:33 22:22 31:27 40:27 32:27 33:23 35:27 34:27 35:28 28:14 36:21 39:25
SG Flensburg-Handewitt 31:37 30:34 32:31 29:25 28:23 23:23 34:27 25:26 34:25 29:33 33:26 42:22 36:26 38:25 38:25 36:29 35:26
Rhein-Neckar Löwen 29:26 27:31 41:31 36:34 28:26 31:31 31:23 33:32 33:28 38:30 40:25 26:26 36:28 36:30 31:28 33:28 38:26
VfL Gummersbach 33:36 29:33 28:29 36:28 29:23 23:28 31:27 32:34 31:26 31:28 25:26 33:23 35:27 32:24 34:26 30:25 28:25
Frisch Auf Göppingen 21:33 32:30 25:21 35:31 37:26 25:25 26:26 27:25 31:23 29:17 23:21 35:23 29:31 25:25 35:29 31:27 30:25
TBV Lemgo 26:33 27:29 34:27 31:36 30:31 27:30 33:27 24:26 24:27 25:27 36:28 35:26 31:27 32:27 34:18 33:29 31:26
TV Großwallstadt 23:28 25:32 27:28 24:34 25:25 27:31 25:25 21:29 27:26 25:31 34:27 23:22 31:28 22:23 29:18 26:24 30:22
Füchse Berlin 26:23 22:35 24:24 28:28 24:20 28:24 35:24 27:24 25:22 27:26 29:23 26:17 36:28 32:28 33:28 31:28 36:32
TuS Nettelstedt-Lübbecke 27:28 30:30 25:35 30:34 26:27 25:27 31:32 28:29 22:27 29:29 30:26 26:24 33:30 32:22 33:22 32:34 32:32
SC Magdeburg 30:24 30:35 34:29 33:29 37:29 24:24 37:30 34:25 24:30 35:27 28:21 24:20 28:21 23:25 34:24 34:26 41:32
MT Melsungen 23:32 26:30 20:31 28:37 24:25 29:30 27:26 33:28 22:22 30:33 29:29 26:24 24:27 32:29 24:28 27:30 35:26
HSG Wetzlar 24:32 22:27 28:29 27:33 34:31 23:22 24:24 24:18 19:28 24:29 28:25 0:0* 32:26 27:22 27:23 35:26 23:27
TSV Hannover-Burgdorf 22:24 28:39 24:30 25:36 30:29 22:25 26:31 25:27 18:26 29:26 24:24 30:35 23:24 26:25 31:23 28:23 31:29
HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 22:28 24:33 25:28 30:31 29:28 31:31 27:29 23:27 20:29 26:26 25:32 26:30 32:22 30:30 32:31 24:23 30:30
DHC Rheinland 25:32 22:32 19:30 24:27 33:38 21:27 19:26 25:32 19:24 25:24 32:27 31:24 25:26 23:27 29:26 33:28 30:26
HSG Ahlen-Hamm 23:36 28:30 40:34 25:28 24:32 22:29 28:28 29:32 23:28 27:28 29:37 33:33 27:30 30:27 29:30 26:24 23:23
TSG Friesenheim 29:39 26:32 23:28 26:30 33:39 22:24 27:31 26:25 31:39 26:34 33:35 28:29 33:36 29:26 35:31 28:29 26:33

Relegation play-off[edit]

The two second placed teams from the two 2. Handball-Bundesligas play a two-legged play-off to determine the 3rd placed team. The winner of this play of then faces the Bundesliga 16th-placed team for another two-legged play-off. The winner on aggregate score after both matches will earn the final spot in the 2011–12 Handball-Bundesliga.

TBA
2. Bundesliga North 2nd-placed team v 2. Bundesliga South 2nd-placed team


TBA
2. Bundesliga South 2nd-placed team v 2. Bundesliga North 2nd-placed team

TBA
Bundesliga 16th-placed team v 2. Bundesliga 3rd-placed team


TBA
2. Bundesliga 3rd-placed team v Bundesliga 16th-placed team

Statistics[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Source: [1] (German)

Rank Player Team Goals 7m
1 Denmark Hans Lindberg HSV Hamburg 28 11
2 Poland Marcin Lijewski HSV Hamburg 10 0
3 Germany Christian Zeitz THW Kiel 18 0
4 Slovenia Jure Natek SC Magdeburg 14 0
5 Germany Lars Kaufmann Frisch Auf Göppingen 13 0
Germany Michael Spatz TV Grosswallstadt 5

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bundesliga Spieltag" (in German). Kicker (sports magazine). 6 September 2010. Archived from the original on 1 September 2010. Retrieved 6 September 2010. 
  2. ^ "Handball Arenen Deutschland" (in German). Stadionwelt. 6 September 2010. Retrieved 6 September 2010. 
  3. ^ DHC Rheinland meldet Insolvenz an

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