Armin Emrich

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Armin Emrich on December 1, 2006

Armin Emrich (born June 16, 1951 in Bad Kreuznach ) is a German handball trainer and former handball player . From 2005 to the beginning of 2009 he was the coach of the German national handball team for women . Emrich is married and has four sons. The head of sport at the Oberschulamt Freiburg im Breisgau has his residence in Allmannsweier .

Armin Emrich played in the Bundesliga from 1972 to 1982 for the clubs Frisch Auf Göppingen , TSG Oßweil and TuS Hofweier . Emrich made his international debut on September 28, 1973 in Dortmund against the GDR. Between 1973 and 1976 he completed 27 international matches, in which he scored 22 goals. In 1974 he was ninth with the German national team at the World Cup in the GDR .

From 1982 Emrich worked as a handball coach. He coached the following teams:

In January 2009 he resigned from his coaching position at the German Handball Federation (DHB) for personal reasons .

His successes as a coach include:

  • In 1986 and 1989 promotion to the 1st Bundesliga with TuS Schutterwald
  • 6th place at the World Cup in Sweden in 1993 with the German men's national handball team
  • 4th place EM 2006 with the German national team of women
  • 3rd place in the 2007 World Cup with the German national women's team

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Portrait for the 60th birthday (accessed on September 3, 2012)
  2. Emrich resignation: "An Mobbing reminding", September 22, 2009, accessed on January 11, 2014.