Thüringer HC

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Thüringer HC
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Full nameThüringer Handball Club Erfurt-Bad Langensalza e. V
Short nameThüringer HC
Founded2000
Arena Wiedigsburghalle, Nordhausen
Capacity2,018
PresidentKarsten Döring
Head coach Flag of Romania.svg Herbert Müller
League HBL
2022–23HBL, 2nd
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Thüringer HC
Location of Thüringer HC

Thüringer Handball Club Erfurt-Bad Langensalza e. V is a German professional women's handball team from the Thuringian cities of Erfurt, Bad Langensalza and Nordhausen. The club has its seat in Erfurt and plays the home matches in the Salza-Halle in Bad Langensalza and the Wiedigsburghalle in Nordhausen. They compete in the Handball-Bundesliga Frauen, the top division in Germany.

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Rosalie – the official mascot of Thüringer HC

Kits

Honours

Team

Current squad

Squad for the 2024–25 season

Transfers

Transfers for the 2024–25 season: [1]

Notable former players

Head coach history

Flag of Germany.svg Herbert Müller (2010–present)

European record

EHF Champions League

SeasonCompetitionRoundClub1st leg2nd legAggregate
2011-12 Champions League Group Matches
(Group A)
Flag of Montenegro.svg ŽRK Budućnost Podgorica 23–2735–254th place
Flag of Denmark.svg FC Midtjylland Håndbold 21–2720–23
Flag of Norway.svg Byåsen HE 28–2822–23
2012-13 Champions League Group Matches
(Group D)
Flag of Russia.svg Zvezda Zvenigorod 20–2324–313rd place
Flag of Montenegro.svg ŽRK Budućnost Podgorica 24–2015–23
Flag of Denmark.svg Viborg HK 34–3029–26
2013-14 Champions League Group Matches
(Group A)
Flag of Hungary.svg Győri Audi ETO KC 25–3322–292nd place
Flag of Austria.svg Hypo Niederösterreich 34–2523–29
Flag of Romania.svg HCM Baia Mare 36–2919–20
Main Round
(Group 1)
Flag of North Macedonia.svg HC Vardar 24–2425–313rd place
Flag of Denmark.svg FC Midtjylland Håndbold 26–2420–26
Flag of Sweden.svg IK Sävehof 30–2532–26
2014-15 Champions League Group Matches
(Group B)
Flag of Montenegro.svg ŽRK Budućnost Podgorica 22–2714–233rd place
Flag of North Macedonia.svg HC Vardar 21–2021–26
Flag of Croatia.svg RK Podravka Koprivnica 33–2032–28
Main Round
(Group 1)
Flag of Russia.svg Dinamo Volgograd 30–3330–304th place
Flag of Germany.svg HC Leipzig 27–2334–25
Flag of Slovenia.svg RK Krim 33–2126–23
Quarterfinals Flag of Norway.svg Larvik HK 26–2918–3644–65
2015-16 Champions League Group Matches
(Group B)
Flag of Hungary.svg FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 27–3028–323rd place
Flag of France.svg Fleury Loiret HB 27–2721–27
Flag of Croatia.svg RK Podravka Koprivnica 29–1927–21
Main Round
(Group 1)
Flag of Russia.svg Rostov-Don 28–3224–306th place
Flag of Norway.svg Larvik HK 20–2819–28
Flag of Romania.svg HCM Baia Mare 23–2527–38
2016-17 Champions League Group Matches
(Group A)
Flag of Montenegro.svg ŽRK Budućnost Podgorica 26–3219–283rd place
Flag of France.svg Metz Handball 28–2518–25
Flag of Norway.svg Glassverket IF 24–1633–27
Main Round
(Group 1)
Flag of North Macedonia.svg HC Vardar 29–3126–365th place
Flag of Hungary.svg FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 29–2924–32
Flag of Russia.svg HC Astrakhanochka 34–2224–26
2017-18 Champions League Qualification Tournament Flag of Spain.svg CB Atlético Guardés 31–21
Qualification Tournament Flag of Sweden.svg H 65 Höör 33–24
Group Matches
(Group C)
Flag of North Macedonia.svg HC Vardar 21–2921–293rd place
Flag of Hungary.svg FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 25–2925–28
Flag of Norway.svg Larvik HK 22–2531–27
Main Round
(Group 2)
Flag of France.svg Metz Handball 29–3129–356th place
Flag of Montenegro.svg ŽRK Budućnost Podgorica 24–2521–29
Flag of Germany.svg SG BBM Bietigheim 28–2634–21
2018-19 Champions League Group Matches
(Group C)
Flag of Hungary.svg Győri ETO KC 22–3828–313rd place
Flag of Slovenia.svg RK Krim Ljubljana 26–2620–27
Flag of Croatia.svg RK Podravka Koprivnica 26–2831–23
Main Round
(Group 2)
Flag of Romania.svg CSM București 30–3823–236th place
Flag of Norway.svg Vipers Kristiansand 21–2924–31
Flag of Hungary.svg Ferencvárosi TC 32–3529–30

EHF European League

SeasonCompetitionRoundClub1st leg2nd legAggregate
2019–20 EHF Cup Round 2 Flag of Norway.svg Byåsen HE 29–2529–2458–49
Round 3 Flag of Russia.svg HC Astrakhanochka 30–2525–2855–53
Group Matches
(Group A)
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg DHK Baník Most 40–2435–271st place
Flag of Turkey.svg Kastamonu GSK 27–2430–24
Flag of Hungary.svg DVSC Schaeffler 26–2326–19
Quarterfinals Flag of Croatia.svg Podravka Vegeta 23–2728–3451–61
2020–21 EHF European League Qualification Round 2 Flag of Austria.svg WAT Atzgersdorf39–2442–2181–45
Qualification Round 3 Flag of Germany.svg HSG Blomberg-Lippe 27–3130–2057–51
Group Matches
(Group C)
Flag of Romania.svg CS Minaur Baia Mare 0–1010–04th place
Flag of Russia.svg Astrakhanochka 22–290–10
Flag of Norway.svg Storhamar Handball Elite 41–3630–32
2021–22 EHF European League Qualification Round 2 Flag of Norway.svg Molde Elite 32–3528–2660–61
2022–23 EHF European League Qualification Round 2 Flag of France.svg Chambray Touraine 31–2827–2458–52
Qualification Round 3 Flag of Sweden.svg IK Sävehof 30–2235–3065–52
Group Matches
(Group C)
Flag of France.svg Paris 92 28–2425–261st place
Flag of Romania.svg SCM Râmnicu Vâlcea 38–3132–32
Flag of Hungary.svg Váci NKSE 31–2134–28
Quarter-finals Flag of Norway.svg Sola HK 27–2435–3562–59
Semifinal Flag of Denmark.svg Ikast Håndbold 26–31
Third-place match Flag of Germany.svg Borussia Dortmund 23–28

EHF Challenge Cup

SeasonCompetitionRoundClub1st leg2nd legAggregate
2008–09 Challenge Cup Round 3 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Zeeman Vastgoed SWE35–2336–2471–47
Last 16 Flag of Greece.svg OF Nea Ionia 31–2926–2557–54
Quarterfinals Flag of Serbia.svg ORK Vrnjacka Banja35–3228–2763–59
Semifinals Flag of Turkey.svg Izmir BSB SK 34–2827–3261–60
Finals Flag of France.svg Nîmes 25–3022–2647–56

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