|Surname||Gymnastics and Sports Club
Altenholz from 1948 e. V.
|Seat||Altenholz , Schleswig-Holstein|
|founding||May 21, 1948|
|Website||TSV Altenholz website|
|First soccer team|
|Head coach||Liridon Imeri|
|Venue||Sports center Klausdorfer Strasse|
|league||State League Schleswig|
TSV Altenholz was founded on May 21, 1948 and today offers badminton , soccer , gymnastics , handball , judo , karate , athletics , swimming , dancing , tennis , table tennis , gymnastics and volleyball as sports.
The football department of TSV Altenholz was founded on June 29, 1966. Within the club she was mostly in second place behind the handball players. In the Kiel area, clubs such as KSV Holstein , FC Kilia Kiel and also VfB Kiel were located in a higher class. TSV regularly lost good youth players to the competition. It was not until the early 1990s that six businesspeople ensured professional structures in Altenholz football. They brought back various football players who had emerged from the TSV. Between 1991 and 1994, the TSV footballers under coach Harry Witt achieved an annual rise that led them from the district league via district class, district league, state league to the association league. This put the TSV in front of local competitors Kilia and VfB. When coach Witt was poached by his ex-club KSV Holstein, it was not until 1997 that the footballers were promoted to the Hamburg / Schleswig-Holstein Oberliga for the first time . Now the competitive soccer department has been spun off into TSV Altenholz Fußball GmbH & Co. KG .
In the Oberliga, TSV also met KSV Holstein directly. The Kiel local derby on October 17, 1997 gave the Oberliga Schleswig-Holstein / Hamburg a new record crowd with 4,102 spectators. The TSV lost with 1: 3 and missed the chance to become the best Kiel soccer team.
In 1999/2000 the TSV missed the championship by five points. For the 2000/01 season, the squad was reinforced by ex-professionals such as Timo Hempel and Marco Hinz . The leap into the regional league was clearly missed. The TSV finished the season in tenth, the GmbH & Co. KG was reintegrated into the overall club. After the twelfth place in 2002/03, the footballers were saved athletically, but withdrew from the league. The sponsors ended their commitment in Altenholz after the TSV had reached an agreement with KSV Holstein and TuS Felde to let KSV Holstein take the lead in Kiel football. In the 2005/06 season the TSV succeeded in advancing from the district league in Kiel to the Schleswig-Holstein Association League. In 2008 the club qualified for the new Schleswig-Holstein League , from which they were relegated in 2010. In the 2011/12 season, TSV was promoted to champions of the Schleswig-Holstein Association League and thus returned to the Schleswig-Holstein League. From this one rose in 2017 to the Schleswig State League .
|Full name||Team Handball Altenholz GmbH|
|Nickname (s)||The Wolves|
|Founded||May 21, 1948|
|Club colors||Black yellow|
|Hall||Edgar Meschkat Hall|
|league||3rd League North|
|DHB Cup||1 round|
TSV Altenholz is best known for its handball department. The 1st men's team plays in the 3rd Handball League North. The handball players achieved their greatest success so far in 1975 with promotion to the handball league . But after only one season and only four wins in the North Season, the TSV had to relegate with fourteen defeats as the bottom of the table. For the next five years the TSVA played in the then second-rate Regionalliga Nord and in 1981 initially missed qualifying for the new 2nd Bundesliga, so temporarily slipped into the third division.
As early as 1982, however, he was promoted to the 2nd Bundesliga. After a good start as seventh of the North season, TSV slipped to twelfth place in the following season, and finally relegated in 1984/85. The re-promotion succeeded the TSV only eight years later in 1993. Although the TSV initially missed relegation by only three points and rose again as bottom of the North Season in 1994, but this time the immediate return to the 2nd Bundesliga succeeded, which he has been without since then Interruption heard. The club only just barely saved itself from relegation several times and it mostly ended up at the bottom of the table. But the TSV 2003/04 with the seventh and 2004/05 with the sixth place recently also placements in the top regions of the table.
After a total of 21 seasons in the 2nd handball Bundesliga, TSV Altenholz is in 23rd place out of 166 second division teams in the "Eternal Table of the 2nd Bundesliga". The TSV handball players are also involved in several records in the 2nd handball Bundesliga. With a 51:30 home win over VfL Fredenbeck in the 2004/05 season , TSV scored the most goals that a second division handball team threw in a game. At the same time, this encounter was the second highest-scoring game in the history of the 2nd division and the second highest victory in the history of the 2nd division north. At 48:30 over HSG Niestetal-Staufenberg in the 2005/06 season, TSV Altenholz also scored the second-most goals in a game in the second division. Altenholz finished the 2007/08 season in 16th place, so the TSV would have to be relegated. In the relegation against HG Oftersheim / Schwetzingen they lost both games, so that TSV should start in the regional league in the 2008/09 season. Due to an appeal to the Federal Sports Court of the German Handball Federation against the valuation of some games of SC Magdeburg II , which played in these games unqualified players of the 1st team, the TSV remained in the 2nd league.
The 2010/11 season ended Altenholz in 11th place, which resulted in relegation to the 3rd division, since the 2nd division has been played in one instead of two seasons since the 2011/12 season. At the end of the 2012/13 season, the TSV occupied second place in the table in the 3rd League North, and rose due to the waiver of other potential promotion candidates in the 2nd Bundesliga. After the 2013/14 season, the immediate relegation followed as bottom of the table. In the 2016/17 season, the championship in the 3rd Northern League could be won, but they waived promotion to the 2nd handball Bundesliga.
TSV Altenholz plays its home games in the Edgar-Meschkat-Halle , which can accommodate around 1,200 spectators.
Team squad 2019/20
|No.||Surname||Date of birth||position|
|1||Christian Sloth Johannsen||February 1, 1995||goal|
|12||Thiemo Korn||March 23, 2000||goal|
|77||Thore Jöhnck||July 28, 1995||goal|
|5||Tommy Fängler||November 28, 1990||Back left|
|6th||Simon Seebeck||January 16, 1997||Back center / left|
|7th||Sven Ehrig||June 26, 2000||Back right|
|9||Morten Dibbert||October 19, 1991||Back space left / right|
|10||Bo Nielsen||October 12, 1999||Back center|
|15th||Julius Noack||August 15, 1997||Right winger|
|17th||Klas Bergemann||April 24, 1998||Right winger|
|18th||Ferris Klotz||May 26, 1998||circle|
|22nd||Michael Nicolaisen||May 6, 1995||Back left|
|24||Painted Abelmann-Brockmann||June 11, 1995||Left winger|
|71||Niklas Benkendorf||June 25, 2000||Back left|
|99||Tobias Höricke||February 28, 1999||Back right|
|André Lohrbach||May 31, 1989||Trainer|
|Florian Hossner||October 14, 1982||TW trainer|
Well-known former players
- Dierk Berner (* 1957)
- Olaf Berner (* 1949)
- Alexander Bommes (* 1976)
- Rune Dahmke (* 1993)
- Sebastian Firnhaber (* 1994)
- Dennis Klockmann (* 1982)
- Sebastian Preiß (* 1981)
- Christoph Schindler (* 1983)
Seasonal balance sheets
|Bundesliga North||1975/76||10||242: 314||8:28|
|Regionalliga North (2nd division)||1976-1981|
|Regionalliga North (3rd division)||1981/82||1||571: 472||43:9|
|2nd Bundesliga North||1982/83||7th||429: 454||20:24|
|2nd Bundesliga North||1983/84||12||472: 544||19:33|
|2nd Bundesliga North||1984/85||13||522: 635||12:40|
|2nd Bundesliga North||1993/94||18th||701: 768||21:47|
|2nd Bundesliga North||1995/96||12||715: 757||30:38|
|2nd Bundesliga North||1996/97||16||737: 834||18:50|
|2nd Bundesliga North||1997/98||13||783: 839||29:39|
|2nd Bundesliga North||1998/99||16||753: 870||22:46|
|2nd Bundesliga North||1999/00||15th||738: 799||24:40|
|2nd Bundesliga North||2000/01||16||744: 800||20:44|
|2nd Bundesliga North||2001/02||12||936: 979||30:42|
|2nd Bundesliga North||2002/03||13||979: 1059||28:40|
|2nd Bundesliga North||2003/04||7th||1059: 1038||36:32|
|2nd Bundesliga North||2004/05||6th||1071: 1039||37:31|
|2nd Bundesliga North||2005/06||11||1212: 1189||39:37|
|2nd Bundesliga North||2006/07||10||1012: 1040||32:36|
|2nd Bundesliga North||2007/08||16||1031: 1052||24:44|
|2nd Bundesliga North||2008/09||15th||960: 1060||18:50|
|2nd Bundesliga North||2009/10||15th||899: 996||22:44|
|2nd Bundesliga North||2010/11||11||868: 890||29:35|
|3rd League North||2011/12||4th||900: 810||40:20|
|3rd League North||2012/13||2||926: 790||42:18|
|2nd Bundesliga||2013/14||19th||917: 1123||11:61|
|3rd League North||2014/15||3||875: 796||40:20|
|3rd League North||2015/16||10||873: 849||28:32|
|3rd League North||2016/17||1||1031:865||52:8|
|3rd League North||2017/18||2||892: 796||43:13|
The first women's team made it to the Regionalliga Nordost in 2006/07 as champions of the Schleswig-Holstein Oberliga. However, the team had to relegate immediately. In the 2009/10 season Altenholz was again champions of the league. In the subsequent promotion game for promotion to the newly created 3rd division , Altenholz successfully prevailed against Hamburg champions SC Alstertal-Langenhorn .
The first women's team is now playing in the Oberliga HH / SH.
The male C-youth of the handball department succeeded in winning the German youth championship in 1984. In the final she defeated the South German champion TV Hüttenberg with 18:13.
The volleyball department was founded in 1976 and participated in games in Schleswig-Holstein with numerous women's and men's teams until 2005. Today there is still one women's and two hobby mixed teams.
- Hardy Greens : The short football dream of Altenholz. In: ders .: Legendary football clubs. Northern Germany. Between TSV Achim, Hamburger SV and TuS Zeven. AGON Sportverlag, Kassel 2004, ISBN 3-89784-223-8 , p. 16.
- Hardy Greens: TSV Altenholz. In: Encyclopedia of German League Football. Volume 7: Club Lexicon . AGON Sportverlag, Kassel 2001, ISBN 3-89784-147-9 , p. 279.
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- Records of the 2nd Bundesliga 1993-2007 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- Relegation 2. Bundesliga men ( Memento from October 20, 2013 in the Internet Archive )
- whereabouts of the second division club TSV Altenholz
- www.dhb.de, May 6, 2013
- Bundesliga 1975/76 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 1982/83 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 1983/84 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 1984/85 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 1993/94 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 1995/96 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 1996/97 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 1997/98 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 1998/99 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 1999/00 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 2000/01 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 2001/02 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 2002/03 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 2003/04 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 2004/05 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 2005/06 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 2006/07 , bundesligainfo.de archive (August 14, 2007)
- 2. Bundesliga 2007/08 , bundesligainfo.de archive (May 18, 2008)
- Table Oberliga-SH 2006/2007 , website of the 1st women of TSV Altenholz (August 14, 2007) ( Memento from April 8, 2008 in the Internet Archive )
- Table Oberliga-SH 2009/2010 , sis-handball.de (May 16, 2010)
- Promotion games 2009/2010 (3rd league) , sis-handball.de (May 16, 2010)