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HSG Wetzlar

HSG Wetzlar
Full name Handballspielgemeinschaft Wetzlar
Founded 1904 as TSV Dutenhofen,
1992 as HSG Dutenhofen/Münchholzhausen
Arena Rittal Arena
Capacity 5,000
League Handball-Bundesliga
2014–15 8th
Club colours          

HSG Wetzlar is a professional handball club from Wetzlar, Germany. Currently, HSG Wetzlar competes in the German First League of Handball (Bundesliga) and the German Handball Cup.


  • Accomplishments 1
  • Rivalry 2
  • Players 3
    • 2015/16 Team 3.1
    • Notable Former Players 3.2
    • Notable Former Headcoachs 3.3
  • External links 4



HSG Wetzlar's arch-rival is the neighbouring club TV Hüttenberg and games between the clubs are considered as the "Mittelhessenderby".


2015/16 Team

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Magnus Dahl
3 Carlos Prieto
5 Vladan Lipovina
6 Jens Tiedtke
7 Christian Rompf
15 Kent Robin Tønnesen
16 GK José Javier Hombrados
21 Florian Laudt
22 Maximilian Holst
23 Steffen Fäth
26 Tobias Hahn
27 Kristian Bliznac
28 Adnan Harmandić
29 Guillaume Joli
33 GK Andreas Wolff
44 Evars Klešniks
91 Filip Mirkulovski

Headcoach: Kai Wandschneider

Notable Former Players

Notable Former Headcoachs

External links

  • Official website of HSG Wetzlar
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