Arnd Neuhaus

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Basketball player
Arnd Neuhaus
Player information
birthday September 26, 1967 (52 years and 340 days)
place of birth Hagen , Germany
size 205 cm
position Power forward
college Duquesne
Clubs as active
1986–1991 Duquesne University 1990–1991 Bayer 04 Leverkusen 1991–1999 Brandt Hagen 1999–2002 Schwelmer BasketsUnited StatesUnited States
National team 1
1991-1994 Germany 66 games
1 As of January 26, 2010

Arnd Neuhaus (born September 26, 1967 in Hagen ) is a former German basketball player .


Arnd Neuhaus began playing basketball at TuS Breckerfeld as a teenager . In 1986 and 1987 he was part of the German national junior team, which came fourth at the European Junior Championships. After graduating from high school in 1986, he moved to the USA for three years and played for Duquesne University . After returning to Germany, he joined Bayer 04 Leverkusen and won the German championship in 1990 and 1991 . He then moved to Brandt Hagen , his most successful season in Hagen was 1993/94, when the Hagen team were only defeated by the Leverkusen team in the final of the German championship. In 1994 Brandt Hagen won the cup final against SSV Ulm 1846 .

From 1991 to 1994 Neuhaus was a member of the German national team and was part of the squad in 66 international matches. At the Olympic Games he scored four points in the game between the German team and the Dream Team , and ultimately the German team took seventh place. At the end of 1992 Neuhaus took part in qualifying games for the European Basketball Championship in 1993 , but at the tournament itself he was not part of the squad. 1994 Neuhaus was twelfth with the national team at the World Cup in Toronto .

After his playing career, he worked as a tax consultant in Hagen. For a time he was a coach at his hometown club TuS Breckerfeld. In 2014 he won the German championship title in the age group over 35 with VFK Hagen.


  • National Olympic Committee for Germany: Barcelona 92. The German Olympic team. Supplement: The German Olympic team in basketball. Frankfurt am Main 1992.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Cup winner '94 by Brandt Hagen: They do that today. January 2, 2019, accessed January 19, 2019 .
  2. Axel Gaiser: VFK Hagen rotates to the second championship title. July 1, 2014, accessed January 19, 2019 .