TBV Lemgo is a handball club from Lemgo, Germany, and is competing in the Handball-Bundesliga.

TBV Lemgo
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Full nameTurn- und Ballsportverein Lemgo Lippe
Short nameTBV
Founded1924; 99 years ago (1924)
ArenaLipperlandhalle
Capacity5,000
PresidentBurkhard Pohl
Head coachFlorian Kehrmann
LeagueHandball-Bundesliga
2021–22Handball-Bundesliga, 6th of 18
Club colours   
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Team colours
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Team colours
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Team colours
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Home
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Away
Website
Official site
Location of TBV Lemgo
Lemgo
Lemgo
Location of TBV Lemgo

HistoryEdit

The ascent to one of the best German handball clubs was slow but steady. In the year the Bundesliga was founded, the club was still in the Oberliga, promotion to the 2. Handball-Bundesliga in 1981/82, and since the 1983/84 season, TBV Lemgo has been playing in the top class, growing steadily for more than a decade. developed into a top team. Names such as Lajos Mocsai (coach since 1989), László Marosi (1990–1999 players) or Daniel Stephan (1994–2008 players) are associated with this. They won their first major title in 1995, winning the DHB-Pokal, followed in 1996 by the EHF Cup Winners' Cup. Lajos Mocsai finished his coaching job at TBV with this title. 1997 was the most successful year in the history of the club, led by his successor, Yuri Shevtsov. For the first time in a season, he was able to celebrate a championship title, a cup win and a Super Cup win. The team won the Handball-Bundesliga twice (1997, 2003), the DHB-Pokal 4 times (1995, 1997, 2002, 2020), the DHB-Supercup 4 times (1997, 1999, 2002, 2003), 1 time for the EHF Cup Winner's Cup (1996) and 2 times for the EHF Cup (2006, 2010).

Crest, colours, supportersEdit

Naming historyEdit

Name Period
Ballsportverein Lemgo 1911 1911–1945
Turn- und Ballspielverein Lemgo 1945–2018
Turn- und Ballspielverein Lemgo Lippe 2018–present

Kit manufacturersEdit

Period Kit manufacturer
– 2019   Salming
2019 – present   Joma

KitsEdit

AccomplishmentsEdit

Winners: 1996–97

TeamEdit

Current squadEdit

Squad for the 2022–23 season[1]
TBV Lemgo

Technical staffEdit

TransfersEdit

Transfers for the 2022–23 season

Previous squadsEdit

Retired numbersEdit

TBV Lemgo retired numbers
Nationality Player Position Tenure
6   László Marosi Left Back, Left Winger 1990–1999

EHF rankingEdit

As of 8 April 2022[2]
Rank Team Points
49   IK Sävehof 127
50   Dynamo Viktor 126
51   Skjern Håndbold 125
52   TBV Lemgo 125
53   SKA Minsk 125
54   AHC Potaissa Turda 124
55   CSM București 120

Former club membersEdit

Notable former playersEdit

Former coachesEdit

Seasons Coach Country
1989–1996 Lajos Mocsai  
1996–2001 Yuri Shevtsov  
2001–2002 Zbigniew Tluczynski  
2002–2007 Volker Mudrow  
2007 Peter Meisinger  
2007 Volker Zerbe  
2008–2009 Markus Baur  
2009–2011 Volker Mudrow  
2011–2013 Dirk Beuchler  
2013–2014 Niels Pfannenschmidt  
2014– Florian Kehrmann  

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Mannschaft TBV-Lemgo Lippe".
  2. ^ "Eurotopteam, classement européen des clubs de Handball".

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