Andreas Kronhardt

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Basketball player
Andreas Kronhardt
Player information
birthday August 27, 1989
place of birth Gʻazalkent, Soviet Union
size 204 cm
position Power forward
Club information
society VfL Kirchheim
league 2nd Bundesliga ProA
Jersey number 24
Clubs as active
2005–2007 Schwäbisch Hall Flyers 2007–2008 BSG Ludwigsburg 2008–2010 Walter Tigers Tübingen 2010–2011 SC Rasta Vechta 2011–2012 Topstar Kangaroos 2012–2013 Schwelmer Baskets 2013–2015 Crailsheim Merlins Since 2015 VfL KirchheimGermanyGermany

Andreas Kronhardt (born August 27, 1989 in Gʻazalkent , Uzbek SSR ) is a German basketball player . Since 2015 he has been playing for VfL Kirchheim in the 2nd Bundesliga ProA .

After starting his career with the Walter Tigers Tübingen, for which he had his first six appearances in the top German league in the 2009/10 basketball league , Kronhardt played for various clubs in the 2nd basketball league . After the runner-up in the third-highest division ProB 2012/13 with the Schwelmer Baskets, Kronhardt moved back to Württemberg , where he grew up, and with the Crailsheim Merlins reached the runner-up in the ProA 2013/14 and promotion to the top German division.


Kronhardt grew up in Sulzdorf and played his first men's basketball games with the Flyers in Schwäbisch Hall . In 2007, the 18-year-old Kronhardt moved to the junior syndicate of the first division clubs Neckar Riesen Ludwigsburg and Tigers Tübingen in the youth basketball league (NBBL) and played for the Ludwigsburg parent club BSG in the regional league . For the 2008/09 season Kronhardt got a contract with the Walter Tigers from Tübingen , where he only had his first six short appearances in the professional team in the top German division in the 2009/10 basketball Bundesliga . For the 2010/11 season, Kronhardt moved to Northern Germany and played for SC Rasta from Vechta in the third-highest division ProB . In the ProB 2010/11 the team under coach failed Patrick Elzie , who previously among others by 2008 at the Kirchheim Knights had worked in the off play -Viertelfinalserie at the BG Leitershofen / Bergen, the promotion to the following ProA reached . The climber from Bergen in Augsburg was Kronhardts next stop, but in the ProA 2011/12 , in which the team as a top star Kangaroos changed its name , it rose by only seven wins in 28 games as Table again. Kronhardt also played in the ProB again in the 2012/13 season , but for the Baskets from Schwelm , who secured the finals and the right to promotion in the play-offs. In the ProB runner-up, Kronhardt was one of the top performers with an average of just under 13 points and eight rebounds , similar to two years earlier in Vechta .

After the Schwelmer had renounced promotion to the second highest division for economic and infrastructural reasons, Kronhardt returned to his home district in 2013 and joined the Merlins from Crailsheim , so that he himself "rose" to the ProA. With the Merlins, Kronhardt managed, somewhat surprisingly, the runner-up in the ProA 2013/14 and promotion to the top German division. For the 2015/16 season he moved back to the 2nd Bundesliga ProA for VfL Kirchheim . In 2019 Kronhardt was appointed to the German national team in the basketball game "3-on-3" .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. a b c 23-year-old center Andreas Kronhardt strengthens the Merlins squad (sic!). Südwest Presse : Hohenloher Tagblatt /, June 21, 2013, accessed on January 25, 2015 .
  2. a b Player Statistics - Andreas Kronhardt. (No longer available online.) Basketball Bundesliga , formerly the original ; accessed on January 25, 2015 (profile on statistics pages for ID 8193).  ( Page no longer available , search in web archivesInfo: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.@1@ 2Template: Toter Link /  
  3. 3 × 3 course in Bielefeld. German Basketball Association, accessed on May 10, 2019 .