In her home country she won the Russian championship and the European Cup Winners' Cup with Istochnik Rostow in 1997 in the final against VfB Leipzig . After a second championship, she moved to Hypo Niederösterreich in 1998 and won the EHF Champions League there in the 1999/2000 season. Then Mosgowaja went to the Bundesliga to the promoted DJK / MJC Trier with whom she won the German championship in 2003. After nine years in the Bundesliga, she moved to the Trier second team in the regional league until she ended her active career in 2012.
Swetlana Mosgowaja worked as a sports teacher at various high schools in Trier.
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|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Мозговая, Светлана (Russian)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Russian handball player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||June 23, 1976|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Baku , Azerbaijani SSR|