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Group D: SG BBG Bietigheim debute in the competition

photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud
Group D: SG BBG Bietigheim debute in the competition
Ibolya Szekeres

Group D: Buducnost (MNE), Metz Handball (FRA), SG BBG Bietigheim (GER), Vipers Kristiansand (NOR)

SG BBG Bietigheim becomes German champion last season and is directly qualified to the Women’s EHF Champions League. The last seasons EHF Cup-finalist

are the rookies of the competition, but their squad is formed of very experienced players, which are competing on an international level for a longer period.

Handball couple Nina and Susan Müller are playing at the club, young Dutch goalkeeper prospect Tess Wester, Polish backplayer Karolina Kudlacz-Gloc has signed before this season, besides them several Dutch, German and Danish national team players are strengthening the team.

The squad:

Goalkeepers: Tess Wester (NED), Valentina Salamakha (AZE), Celina Meißner, Nicole Roth

Backplayers: Maura Visser (NED), Susan Müller, Nina Müller, Karolina Kudlac-Gloc, Kim Naidzinavicius, Aylin Bock, Cecilie Woller (DEN), Ines Ivancok (AUT), Charris Rozemalen (NED), Jan Scheib,

Left wing: Marine Smeets (NED), Fie Woller (DEN), Alina Ridder, Lenya Treusch

Right wing: Angela Malestein (NED), Mille Heick Hundahl (DEN), Ann Kynast,

Lineplayers: Mia Biltoft (DEN), Luisa Schulze, Antje Lauenroth

Left the club: Isabelle Roch(TuS Metzingen), Linda Mack (Neckarsulmer Sport-Union Handball), Ann-Cathrin Giegerich (?),  Stie Baun Eriksen (Ringkøbing Håndbold)

Newcomers: Ines Ivancok (MGA Fivers), Charris Rozemalen (VOC Amsterdam), Karolina Kudłacz-Gloc (HC Leipzig), Nicole Roth(HC Leipzig), Cecilie Woller (Ajax København Håndbold)

At the start of the season Maura Visser has announced her pregnancy, so the Dutch playmaker is out of the court during this season.

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Ibolya Szekeres

Hungarian living in Norway with a great passion for handball, primarly women handball. Travels all over the world to follow handball matches and tournaments and to write good articles on this website.

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