Joschka Ferner

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Basketball player
Joschka Ferner
Player information
Full name Joschka Nils Ferner
birthday 5th January 1996
place of birth Aalen, Germany
size 202 cm
Weight 92 kg
position wing
Club information
society Science City Jena
league 2nd Bundesliga ProA
Jersey number 17th
Clubs as active
to 2012 GermanyGermany Giants Nordlingen
2012-2018 GermanyGermany ratiopharm Ulm
2013-2018 GermanyGermanyWeißenhorn young stars
2018-2019 GermanyGermany Crailsheim Merlins
since 2019 GermanyGermany Science City Jena
1 As of 09/21/2019

Joschka Nils Ferner (born January 5, 1996 in Aalen ) is a German basketball player . He is under contract with the second division Science City Jena .

After also having played individual games at TSV Giants Nördlingen in the third highest German division of the men, ProB, he then played with a double license for the Bundesliga club Ratiopharm Ulm and its cooperation club Weißenhorn Youngstars in the ProB. In the 2014/15 basketball Bundesliga , the former youth national player received his first appearances in the top German division. He later gained further Bundesliga experience in Crailsheim.


Furthermore, he was active in the youth basketball league (JBBL) until 2012 for the offspring of the former first division club TSV 1861 Giants from Nördlingen , where he already completed individual short appearances for the men's team in the third-highest German division in the 2011/12 ProB . After he also received the award as the best player of the JBBL season 2011/12, but his team was eliminated from the JBBL final tournament in the semi-finals, he and his twin brother Lukas moved to the junior team of the first division club Ratiopharm Ulm in the youth team due to age. Basketball Bundesliga (NBBL). While his twin brother Lukas still had individual missions with the Nördlingers in the 2012/13 ProB , Joschka was not active for any men's team in championship games in the 2012/13 season. Instead, Joschka Ferner played from the ProB 2013/14 for the Ulm “ training team ” Youngstars from Weißenhorn in the third highest division of the men, in which one achieved relegation before the Nördlingers, who had to relegate.

In 2012, in the youth selection teams of the DBB , also took a very good fifth place with the U16 juniors at the European Championship finals. After he failed to get promoted to Division A of the best European national teams with the U18 juniors in 2013 , he won the European Championship of Division B and promotion to Division A in 2014 with the U18 team. In the following Basketball Bundesliga 2014 / 15 also had his first two appearances in the top German division with the first division club Ratiopharm from Ulm by means of the double license in the first half of the season .

In the summer of 2016 he took part in the European Championships in Finland with the U20 national team and finished fourth. In the 2016/17 season he won the ProB championship with Weißenhorn. He contributed to this success with averages of 10.9 points and 4 rebounds (in 19 missions). With the Ulm youth development team, which moved to Ulm after going to the 2nd Bundesliga ProA and was renamed OrangeAcademy, he missed relegation in the second highest German league in the 2017/18 season.

In mid-May 2018, he was also appointed to the A2 national team.

In summer 2018 he left Ulm and accepted a contract offer from the Bundesliga returnees Crailsheim Merlins . He played a total of 30 Bundesliga games for Crailsheim in 2018/19, averaged three points per match and was relegated to the team on the final match day. In June 2019 he was signed by Science City Jena , relegated to the Bundesliga .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Player statistics - Joschka Ferner. Basketball Bundesliga , accessed on January 24, 2015 (profile on statistics pages).
  2. Awards of the youth basketball league. Junior Basketball League , archived from the original on January 18, 2015 ; accessed on January 24, 2015 (tabular chronicle of individual awards).
  3. Also opts for Ulm. ratiopharm Ulm , February 21, 2013, accessed on January 24, 2015 (Medien-Info).
  4. Gruber and Lukas Furthermore Giants remain. Giants Nördlingen , August 8, 2012, accessed on January 24, 2015 (media info).
  5. U20 men miss the European Championship medal. In: Deutscher Basketball Bund, July 24, 2016, accessed on August 10, 2016 .
  6. Augsburger Allgemeine: Masterly farewell from Weißenhorn . In: Augsburger Allgemeine . ( [accessed on May 9, 2017]).
  7. Archived copy ( Memento from April 1, 2018 in the Internet Archive )
  10. HAKRO Merlins Crailsheim; Statistics 2018/19. In: Basketball Bundesliga. Retrieved May 13, 2019 .
  11. Südwest Presse Online -dienste GmbH: Basketball Bundesliga: Crailsheim creates relegation: Hakro Merlins Crailsheim win against Oldenburg. May 12, 2019, accessed May 13, 2019 .
  12. Science City Jena signs first division experienced winger Joschka Ferner. Retrieved June 20, 2019 .