April 2, 1974 |
|2010–2013||EiffelTowers Den Bosch|
|2013–2016||Phantoms / Löwen Braunschweig|
|Career highlights and awards|
EiffelTowers Den Bosch (2010–2013)
After several years of coaching in Austria, Korner signed with the Dutch club EiffelTowers Den Bosch in July 2010. In his first season coaching Den Bosch, the team finished at the 3rd place and was defeated in the playoff semifinals. In the 2011–12 season, Korner won the Dutch Basketball League with Den Bosch, by beating Leiden 4–1 in the finals. In his third season, he won the DBL Coach of the Year award. With Den Bosch, he also won his first NBB Cup in 2012–13. After the season Korner's department was announced. His assistant coach Sam Jones became the new head coach.
Phantoms Braunschweig (2013–2016)
Korner left Braunschweig on April 30, 2016 and took over head coaching duties at Medi Bayreuth a few days later. He cited Braunschweig's financial condition as a factor in his decision to leave the team.
Medi Bayreuth (2016–present)
After an impressive start into the season with Bayreuth, Korner was selected as the "Team International" head coach for the 2017 BBL All-Star Game.
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- "Andre Young en Raoul Korner van EiffelTowers in de prijzen". Omroepbrabant.nl. 2013-04-16. Retrieved 2014-04-13.
- "Coach Raoul Korner en basketbalclub EiffelTowers Den Bosch uit elkaar". Omroepbrabant.nl. 2013-05-16. Retrieved 2014-04-13.
- "Sam Jones volgt Raoul Korner op bij SPM Shoeters Den Bosch". Omroepbrabant.nl. Retrieved 2014-04-13.
- Von Ute Berndt (2013-06-11). "Raoul Korner wird Cheftrainer bei den New Yorker Phantoms | Phantoms | Braunschweiger Zeitung" (in German). Braunschweiger-zeitung.de. Retrieved 2014-04-13.
- "Raoul Korner neuer Headcoach in Bayreuth". Bayerischer Rundfunk. 2015-05-03. Retrieved 2015-05-03.
- "Raoul Korner verlässt Braunschweig". LAOLA1. 2016-04-30. Retrieved 2016-04-30.