Frisch Auf Göppingen

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TPSG Frisch Auf Göppingen
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Full name Turn- und Polizeisportgemeinschaft Frisch Auf Göppingen e.V.
Short name FAG
Founded 1896
President Germany Thomas Lander
League Handball-Bundesliga
2011–12 8th
Colours
Club colours          
Website
Official site

Turn- und Polizeisportgemeinschaft Frisch Auf Göppingen e.V. is a sports club from Göppingen, Germany. The club's men's handball team plays under the name FRISCH AUF! Göppingen (organised from FRISCH AUF! Göppingen Management & Marketing GmbH since 1993) in TOYOTA Handball-Bundesliga (1st German handball league). The clubs women's handball team Frisch Auf Frauen also plays in 1st German league (Handball-Bundesliga Frauen).

The club came to fame when Bernhard Kempa and his brothers moved from Silesia to Göppingen in 1948 and started playing for the club. First as a player and later as coach, he led the club to most of its titles.[1] Since 1972 - one year after Kempa left the club - Göppingen has not won the Championship again and spent the 1990s in the 2nd division. However in 2001, they were promoted to the Handball Bundesliga again.[2]

Men's handball team[edit]

FRISCH AUF! Göppingen
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Full name FRISCH AUF! Göppingen Management & Marketing GmbH (men's handball playing firm)
Short name FAG
Founded 1993
Arena EWS Arena (formerly Hohenstaufenhalle)
Capacity 5,600
Head coach Germany Velimir Petković
League TOYOTA Handball Bundesliga
2010-11 5th
Colours
Club colours          
Team colours
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Home
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Website
Official site
Men's team of Frisch Auf Göppingen after Bundesliga match against TV Großwallstadt in F.a.n. Frankenstolz Arena on 22 December 2010

Accomplishments[edit]

1954, 1955, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1970, 1972

2011/12 Team[edit]

No. Nat. Name Position Birthday Height since treatment until Last club
HC Bosnia and Herzegovina Velimir Petković Head Coach 05.07.1956 1,87 m 2004 30.06.2013 HSG Wetzlar
AC/GC Bosnia and Herzegovina Nedeljko Vujinović Assistant Coach /

Goalkeeping Coach

2010
AthC Germany Dr. Dieter Bubeck Athletic Coach 2008
ADV Germany Peter Heinrich Advisor 2004
DOC Germany Dr. Stefan Vollmer Team Doctor
DOC Germany Dr. Andreas Bickelhaupt Team Doctor
PHY Germany Thomas Hummel Physiotherapist
PHY Germany Michael Müller Physiotherapist
PHY Germany Christian Dekrell Physiotherapist
1 Bosnia and Herzegovina Enid Tahirović GK 22.07.1972 1,90 m 2008 30.06.2012 RK Cimos Koper
23 Germany Bastian Rutschmann GK 30.12.1982 1,95 m 2011 30.06.2013 TV Bittenfeld
4 Germany Tim Kneule CBC 18.08.1986 1,90 m 2006 30.06.2012 TV Neuhausen
5 Germany Dragoș Oprea LW 04.04.1982 1,90 m 2001 30.06.2012 TV Kornwestheim
6 Germany Michael Thiede RBC 22.09.1981 2,02 m 2007 30.06.2012 Eintracht Hildesheim
7 Germany Christian Schöne RW 23.02.1981 1,88 m 2005 30.06.2015 SC Magdeburg Gladiators
9 Germany Manuel Späth P 16.10.1985 2,00 m 2006 30.06.2012 TSV Neuhausen/Fildern
11 Montenegro Draško Mrvaljević LBC/CBC 17.11.1979 1,92 m 2009 30.06.2012 RK Cimos Koper
12 Germany Felix Lobedank RBC 12.08.1984 1,96 m 2011 30.06.2014 HBW Balingen-Weilstetten
13 Serbia Mitar Markez RW 25.10.1990 1,90 m 2011 30.06.2013 Montpellier HB
14 Croatia Dalibor Anušić P 07.04.1976 1,98 m 2010 30.06.2012 MT Melsungen
15 Germany Michael Haaß RBC 12.12.1983 1,94 m 2009 30.06.2013 GWD Minden
22 Serbia Momir Rnić LBC 01.11.1987 1,96 m 2011 30.06.2014 RK Celje
24 Germany Maximilian Schubert LW 07.09.1990 1,94 m 2010 30.06.2012 TSG Groß-Bieberau
28 Czech Republic Pavel Horak LBC 28.11.1982 1,98 m 2007 30.06.2013 Ahlener SG


Notable players[edit]

  • Martin Galia
  • Enid Tahirović
  • Michael Kraus
  • Oliver Roggisch
  • Momir Rnić
  • Aleksandar Knežević
  • Michael Schweikardt
  • Rareș Jurcă
  • Nikola Manojlović
  • Andrius Stelmokas
  • Žarko Marković
  • Michal Shejbal
  • Bojan Beljanski
  • Bruno Bezerra de Menezes Souza
  • Damjan Blečić
  • Lars Kaufmann
  • Božidar Markićević
  • Volker Michel
  • Vukašin Rajković
  • Simon Baumgarten
  • Dalibor Anušić

Women's handball team[edit]

Frisch Auf Frauen
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Full name Thop.iwent-Frisch Auf Göppingen-Sport-Dienstleistungs GmbH
Short name FAG, FA Frauen
Arena EWS Arena
Capacity 5,600
Head coach Bosnia and Herzegovina Aleksandar Knežević
League Handball-Bundesliga Frauen
2010/11 9th
Colours
Club colours          
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Website
Official site
Team Bus with logo of women's team

The women's team of Frisch Auf Göppingen, also calles Frisch Auf Frauen, play same as men's team, in the first league. The team played 2006-07 in Handball-Bundesliga Frauen the first time and currently again since 2008.
Coach of the team is Aleksandar Knežević, who formerly played for the men's team.
The arena ground of women's team is also same as of the men's team, EWS Arena.
In 2009-10 the team played international in Women's EHF Cup.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.kempa-handball.de/scripts/about.asp?lang=en&keyname=story
  2. ^ German version of this page

External links[edit]