|Full name||Turnverein Bittenfeld 1898 e. V. (main club)
TVB 1898 Stuttgart or TVB 1898 Handball GmbH & Co. KG (professional game operation)
|Nickname (s)||Wild boys|
|Club colors||blue White|
|DHB Cup||1 round|
Promotion to the 2nd Handball Bundesliga South
Qualification for the single-track 2nd Handball Bundesliga
Promotion to the Handball Bundesliga
The gymnastics club Bittenfeld 1898 e. V. , TV Bittenfeld for short , is a sports club from the Waiblingen district of Bittenfeld . Known mainly the Handball -Mannschaft of the men from the 2006/07 season to the 2014/15 season in the 2. Handball-Bundesliga played and since the season 2015/16 under the name TVB 1898 Stuttgart in the German Handball League is represented. The team plays the majority of its home games in the Scharrena Stuttgart , some of the home games also take place in the Porsche-Arena in Stuttgart due to capacity reasons .
TV Bittenfeld was founded in 1898. Founding father teacher Bizer also became 1st chairman. The handball department of TV Bittenfeld was founded in 1925, the first games were played in field handball .
After the Second World War, the association was re-established on November 18, 1945 and recognized by the American military government on September 9, 1946. In the years 1947 to 1949 the first team under coach Helmut Luithardt reached the finals for the Württemberg championship in field handball. In 1960/61, the first team under coach Horst Jung rose to the highest divisions in field handball and indoor handball.
The first team under coach Horst Jung became champions of the state league in 1970 and rose to the Württemberg Oberliga in field handball. In 1973 Günter Schweikardt took over the management of the indoor handball team as player coach. In 1979, the first team of the Württemberg Cup was runner-up in indoor handball. 1985 saw the rise of indoor handball players from the association league to the Württemberg upper league. After relegation in the meantime, he was promoted to the Württemberg Oberliga again in 1998. In field handball, TV Bittenfeld became the Württemberg champion in 1999.
In the meantime, Jürgen Krause was the coach of the indoor handball team in the major league. This climbed over the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg (2003) - in the meantime Günter Schweikardt had taken over the coaching position again - and the Regionalliga (2004) up to the 2nd Handball Bundesliga South (2006) and completed five seasons there until 2011. During the 2007/08 season , the previous assistant coach Henning Fröschle took over the post of head coach from Günter Schweikardt, who switched to the post of sporting director . In December 2008 Fröschle resigned from his position as a coach. Jens Baumbach followed him on an interim basis until Schweikardt returned to the post of head coach. He was now supported by Baumbach and Klaus Hüppchen as co-trainers.
In the 2010/11 DHB Cup , the club won against SG Leutershausen in the first round, against TSG Groß-Bieberau in the second round and lost to the Rhein-Neckar Löwen in the third round . At the end of the 2010/11 season , TV Bittenfeld took fourth place in the southern season of the 2nd Bundesliga. This authorized the team to play in the newly founded single-track 2nd handball Bundesliga .
On August 27, 2011, the first team of TV Bittenfeld played the first competitive game of the 2011/12 season in the Bittenfeld community hall . The team defeated the second division HC Erlangen in the first main round of the DHB Cup with 28:26 (16:10). In the 2nd main round of the DHB Cup, the team competed with third division TUSPO Obernburg , won 36:32 (18:17) and qualified for the next round. There the team from the Rems-Murr-Kreis met SV Beckdorf , a third division club from the northern season. On October 25, 2011, the TV Bittenfeld defeated the lower class opponent with 42:32 (23:16). Thus, for the first time in the club's history, the TVB made it into the round of 16 of the DHB Cup and got a third division team drawn there with the EHV Aue . Since Aue qualified for the DHB Cup as a second division team, the home rights between the two teams were not exchanged. The Bittenfelder lost the game on December 6, 2011 in their own hall with 27:29 (10:15) and missed the first-time entry into a DHB Cup quarter-finals.
In the 2012/13 season , the club won the DHB Cup in the first round over TuS Fürstenfeldbruck , followed by the end against TV Hüttenberg in the second round . In March 2013 Günter Schweikardt resigned as a trainer. As an interim solution, he was followed by his son Jürgen and the previous assistant coach Heiko Burmeister until the end of the season .
The previous interim coach Jürgen Schweikardt looked after the team as head coach from the 2013/14 season . In the DHB-Pokal 2013/14 the club defeated the Bendorf gymnastics club in the first round, the TV Emsdetten in the second round and was defeated by Frisch Auf Göppingen in the round of 16 .
In the DHB-Pokal 2014/15 the first round was eliminated against SC DHfK Leipzig Handball . At the end of the 2014/15 season , TV Bittenfeld took 3rd place and was promoted to the handball Bundesliga for the first time .
The Bundesliga team has been playing under the name TVB 1898 Stuttgart since the 2015/16 season . Jürgen Schweikardt's successor as coach was Thomas König . In the 2015/16 DHB Cup , the club competed in the first round, which was held as a tournament for the first time, against TSG Friesenheim , SV Salamander Kornwestheim and the Rhein-Neckar Löwen . The defeat in the first game against the Rhein-Neckar Löwen already meant the tournament and thus also the elimination from the DHB-Pokal. At the end of the 2015/16 season, the club secured 15th place in the handball Bundesliga. Thomas König was on leave after the end of the season.
At the beginning of the 2016/17 season , Markus Baur became the coach of the Bundesliga team. In the DHB Cup 2016/17 , the TVB competed in the first round, which was held as a tournament, against MSG Groß-Bieberau / Modau , SG BBM Bietigheim and Leichlinger TV . After a win against Groß-Bieberau / Modau, the TVB retired from the DHB Cup with a defeat against Bietigheim. In the Bundesliga, the club secured 14th place on the last match day and thus relegation.
In the 2017/18 season , the TVB reached the quarter-finals of the DHB Cup for the first time in the club's history . After two wins in the first round against HSV Bad Blankenburg and EHV Aue , the team defeated TBV Lemgo in the round of 16 , but was eliminated in the quarter-finals against HSG Wetzlar . After ten games without a point win, the relegation-threatened club announced on February 18, 2018 that it had parted ways with coach Markus Baur with immediate effect. Managing director Jürgen Schweikardt took over the coaching position in personal union. At the end of the season, the TVB took 14th place in the Bundesliga and announced that Jürgen Schweikardt will remain coach with a three-year contract.
For the 2018/19 season , Sven Franzen took over the finance, sales and event divisions as another managing director of the TVB. Jürgen Schweikardt continues to be responsible for the areas of sport, communication and organization. In the DHB Cup , the club was eliminated in the first round, which was held as a tournament, in the first game against DJK Rimpar . At the end of the season, the TVB took 15th place in the Bundesliga.
In the 2019/20 season, the TVB prevailed against HSC 2000 Coburg and TSB Heilbronn-Horkheim in the first round, which was held as a tournament . In the second round, the TVB defeated HC Erlangen with 30:26 at home , before losing the home game against THW Kiel with 34:35 in the quarter-finals .
- In 2006 he was promoted to the 2nd Handball Bundesliga South
- Qualification 2011 for the single-track 2nd handball Bundesliga
- Promotion to the handball Bundesliga in 2015
Squad season 2019/20
|No.||Surname||nationality||position||birthday||size||in the team since|
|1||Johannes Bitter||Germany||TW||09/02/1982||2.05 m||2016|
|12||Finn Hummel||Germany||TW||05/03/2001||1.92 m||2019|
|22nd||Nick Lehmann||Germany||TW||02/05/1999||1.91 m||2009|
|3||Max Haefner||Germany||RM||05/13/1996||1.85 m||2017|
|4th||Elvar Ásgeirsson||Iceland||RM||09/04/1994||1.98 m||2019|
|6th||Dominik Weiss||Germany||RL||01/25/1989||2.09 m||2009|
|8th||Rudolf Faluvégi||Hungary||RL||01/09/1994||1.92 m||2019|
|9||Manuel Späth||Germany||KM||October 16, 1985||2.00 m||2017|
|11||Adam Lönn||Sweden||RL||08/02/1991||1.96 m||2019|
|13||Robert Markotić||Croatia||RR||07.03.1990||1.93 m||2018|
|14th||Alexander Schulze||Germany||LA||10/28/1997||1.90 m||2020|
|17th||Samuel Röthlisberger||Switzerland||RL||08/15/1996||1.97 m||2017|
|18th||Dominik Keim||Germany||LA||03/09/2001||1.85 m||2017|
|20th||Fynn-Luca Nicolaus||Germany||LA||07/30/2003||1.93 m||2018|
|20th||Christian Zeitz||Germany||RR||11/18/1980||1.86 m||2020|
|23||Luis Foege||Germany||RA||12/02/2001||1.92 m||2017|
|25th||Patrick Zieker||Germany||LA||12/13/1993||1.86 m||2019|
|30th||Sascha Pfattheicher||Germany||RA||08/28/1997||1.83 m||2017|
|44||Žarko Peševski||North Macedonia||KM||04/11/1991||1.95 m||2019|
|77||David Schmidt||Germany||RR||October 19, 1993||1.90 m||2018|
|96||Tim Roman Wieling||Germany||RA||09/25/1996||1.82 m||2019|
Coaching team and support staff
|Nat.||Surname||position||Date of birth|
|Germany||Karsten Schäfer||Assistant coach||10/23/1976|
|Germany||Günter Schweikardt||Sports director||10/30/1948|
|Germany||Frieder Mauch||Team doctor||04/10/1967|
|Germany||Thomas Hoepfner||Team doctor||03/14/1986|
|Germany||Simon Scheiderer||Team doctor||09/26/1984|
Change to the 2019/20 season
Change to the 2020/21 season
Placements since 2006
|2006/07||2nd Bundesliga South||16.||1019: 1123||23:45|
|2007/08||2nd Bundesliga South||10.||971: 1015||32:36|
|2008/09||2nd Bundesliga South||8th.||989: 985||36:32|
|2009/10||2nd Bundesliga South||3.||1038:938||46:22|
|2010/11||2nd Bundesliga South||4th||1044:985||46:22||Qualification for the single-track 2nd Bundesliga|
|2011/12||2nd Bundesliga||14th||1085: 1112||34:42|
|2012/13||2nd Bundesliga||7th||1018: 1014||38:34|
|2014/15||2nd Bundesliga||3.||1074:950||55:21||Promotion to the handball Bundesliga|
Average attendance since 2006
The first game in the Scharrena in Stuttgart took place on May 4, 2012 against HSG Nordhorn-Lingen . At the beginning of the 2012/13 season, TV Bittenfeld moved its home ground from the community hall in Bittenfeld to the Scharrena. Individual games take place in the Porsche Arena .
TV Bittenfeld played the first game in the Porsche Arena in Stuttgart on December 3, 2006 against Bergisch HC . In the 2006/07 to 2011/12 seasons, TV Bittenfeld played 22 home games in the Porsche Arena. On average, more than 5500 spectators came to these games in the arena, which holds 6211 spectators for handball games. At the 18th game in the Porsche Arena against TV Neuhausen in April 2011, the club broke the 100,000 spectator limit. After almost 11 years, the club cracked the 250,000 spectator mark with the game on December 26, 2017 against the Rhein-Neckar Löwen . An average of 5,921 spectators attended the TVB games in the Porsche Arena.
|2006/07||2nd Bundesliga South||Bergischer HC||30:35 (19:13)||5960||TSV Neuhausen against BSV Phönix Sinzheim (BW Oberliga)|
|2006/07||2nd Bundesliga South||TUSEM food||28:27 (13:17)||6211 (sold out)||SV Fellbach against TSB Horkheim (BW Oberliga)|
|2007/08||2nd Bundesliga South||TV Hüttenberg||32:30 (18:16)||5730||SV Weinstadt against EK / SV Winnenden (District Cup)|
|2007/08||2nd Bundesliga South||TSG Friesenheim||28:31 (13:14)||5615||TV Oppenweiler against TV Eutingen (BW Oberliga)|
|2007/08||2nd Bundesliga South||Bergischer HC||31:31 (12:17)||5840|
|2008/09||2nd Bundesliga South||HR Ortenau||31:29 (17:11)||5710||SF Schwaikheim versus VfL Pfullingen (Württemberg League)|
|2008/09||2nd Bundesliga South||HSG Düsseldorf||24:24 (11:11)||5762||SV Fellbach against TSV Altensteig (BW Oberliga)|
|2008/09||2nd Bundesliga South||SG Wallau||34:30 (16:13)||5639||TGV Beilstein against TV Oppenweiler II (Landesliga)|
|2009/10||2nd Bundesliga South||TSG Groß-Bieberau||30:28 (13:11)||4348||SV Weinstadt versus TV Oeffingen (District League)|
|2009/10||2nd Bundesliga South||TSG Friesenheim||31:25 (16:11)||6211 (sold out)||EK / SV Winnenden against TSV Alfdorf (district league)|
|2009/10||2nd Bundesliga South||1. SV Concordia Delitzsch||29:25 (10:10)||5003||SG Leonberg / Eltingen against TV Großengstingen (District Cup)|
|2009/10||2nd Bundesliga South||Bergischer HC||22:22 (10:15)||5821||SF Schwaikheim versus TSV Heiningen (Württemberg League)|
|2009/10||2nd Bundesliga South||SG BBM Bietigheim||27:27 (13:16)||5749|
|2010/11||2nd Bundesliga South||SG Haslach-Herr.-Kupp.||38:29 (21:17)||5100||TSV Heiningen against SF Schwaikheim (Württemberg League)|
|2010/11||2nd Bundesliga South||SG BBM Bietigheim||32:29 (16:17)||6026||SV Kornwestheim against TSV Altensteig (BW Oberliga)|
|2010/11||2nd Bundesliga South||EHV Aue||21:28 (12:13)||5050|
|2010/11||2nd Bundesliga South||TV Hüttenberg||27:26 (13:12)||5340||MTV Stuttgart versus EK Stuttgart (district league)|
|2010/11||2nd Bundesliga South||TV 1893 Neuhausen||24:24 (13:10)||5690|
|2011/12||2nd Bundesliga||GWD Minden||23:30 (11:16)||5090||TSV Schmiden against SG Pforzheim / Eutingen (BW-Oberliga)|
|2011/12||2nd Bundesliga||SG BBM Bietigheim||30:29 (15:14)||6211 (sold out)||EK / SV Winnenden against TSF Welzheim (district league)|
|2011/12||2nd Bundesliga||DHC Rhineland||25:24 (14:12)||4500||HSG Winterbach / Weiler against HSG Ca / Mü / Max (women's district league)|
|2011/12||2nd Bundesliga||TV 1893 Neuhausen||33:33 (11:19)||5741||SV Kornwestheim against SG Kronau / Östringen2 (BW Oberliga)|
|2012/13||2nd Bundesliga||SC DHfK Leipzig||41:25 (17:14)||6080||EK / SV Winnenden against TV Oeffingen (district league)|
|2012/13||2nd Bundesliga||ASV Hamm-Westphalia||29:28 (17:15)||4900|
|2014/15||2nd Bundesliga||SC DHfK Leipzig||32:28 (17:15)||6211 (sold out)||SC Korb against HC Wernau (BW Oberliga)|
|2014/15||2nd Bundesliga||ThSV Eisenach||25:26 (14:12)||6211 (sold out)||SV Stuttgarter Kickers against TV Oeffingen (district league)|
|2015/16||1st National League||Fresh on! Goeppingen||23:31 (12:14)||6211 (sold out)|
|2015/16||1st National League||SC Magdeburg||30:33 (14:15)||4683|
|2015/16||1st National League||THW Kiel||26:35 (13:19)||6211 (sold out)|
|2015/16||1st National League||Foxes Berlin||24:32 (11:15)||6211 (sold out)|
|2015/16||1st National League||TBV Lemgo||28:27 (14:12)||6211 (sold out)|
|2015/16||1st National League||Rhine-Neckar lion||21:33 (9:16)||6211 (sold out)|
|2015/16||1st National League||HBW Balingen-Weilstetten||22:22 (10: 7)||6211 (sold out)|
|2016/17||1st National League||THW Kiel||22:27 (12:13)||6211 (sold out)|
|2016/17||1st National League||SG Flensburg-Handewitt||28:46 (12:24)||6211 (sold out)|
|2016/17||1st National League||Fresh on Göppingen||29:35 (9:17)||6211 (sold out)|
|2016/17||1st National League||SC DHfK Leipzig||28:26 (17:15)||6211 (sold out)|
|2016/17||1st National League||HC Erlangen||24:27 (15:14)||6120|
|2016/17||1st National League||HBW Balingen-Weilstetten||25:21 (11: 6)||6211 (sold out)|
|2016/17||1st National League||HSC 2000 Coburg||26:20 (13: 6)||6211 (sold out)|
|2017/18||1st National League||MT Melsungen||29:27 (14:14)||5821|
|2017/18||1st National League||VfL Gummersbach||22:26 (9:13)||5976|
|2017/18||1st National League||THW Kiel||24:36 (9:16)||5521|
|2017/18||1st National League||Rhine-Neckar lion||23:29 (13:16)||6211 (sold out)|
|2017/18||1st National League||SC Magdeburg||31:32 (15:14)||5260|
|2017/18||1st National League||Fresh on Göppingen||23:30 (12:14)||5930|
|2018/19||1st National League||Rhine-Neckar lion||20:26 (9:14)||5849|
|2018/19||1st National League||SC Magdeburg||27:40 (9:23)||5840|
|2018/19||1st National League||SG BBM Bietigheim||31:26 (17:10)||5271|
|2018/19||1st National League||VfL Gummersbach||31:30 (14:10)||6211 (sold out)|
|2018/19||1st National League||Fresh on Göppingen||26:26 (11:13)||6200|
|2018/19||1st National League||THW Kiel||27:30 (16:16)||5760|
|2018/19||1st National League||SG Flensburg-Handewitt||20:30 (9:14)||5959|
|2019/20||1st National League||TSV Hannover-Burgdorf||23:28 (9:15)||4982|
|2019/20||1st National League||SG Flensburg-Handewitt||23:23 (12:11)||5850|
|2019/20||1st National League||THW Kiel||21:29 (7:13)||6211 (sold out)|
|2019/20||1st National League||Foxes Berlin||32:33 (16:13)||6211 (sold out)|
|2019/20||1st National League||SC DHfK Leipzig||25:25 (12:14)||5422|
|2019/20||1st National League||Fresh on Göppingen||29:26 (14:11)||5833|
|2019/20||1st National League||HBW Balingen-Weilstetten||32:26 (16:15)||6211 (sold out)|
The second team of TV Bittenfeld played in the national league until the 2010/11 season. There the team took first place and played in the Württembergliga in the meantime. In the 2017/18 season, the 2nd team qualified as their champions for the major league . The team is trained by Thomas Randi, supported by Roland Wissmann and Michael Rill.
- Today's sports presenter Lennert Brinkhoff worked as press spokesman for TV Bittenfeld until 2013 .
- The sports moderators Jens Zimmermann and Daniel Räuchle are regular speakers for the TVB 1898 Stuttgart .
- In 2017, BWPOST published a series of stamps with players from the TVB. It shows Michael Schweikardt, Johannes Bitter, Bobby Schagen, Simon Baumgarten and Michael Kraus.
- Handball department website
- Main club website
- TVB 1898 Stuttgart in the database of kicker.de
- TVB 1898 Stuttgart in the database of sport.de
- TVB 1898 Stuttgart in the spox.com database
- TVB 1898 Stuttgart in the database of the DKB Handball Bundesliga
- TV Bittenfeld 1898: TV Bittenfeld 1898 becomes TVB 1898 Stuttgart on June 23, 2015, accessed on June 25, 2015
- Injury leads to a quiet farewell in installments ( memento from October 9, 2016 in the Internet Archive )
- My handball ticket: DKB Handball Bundesliga - spectators 2017/18 , accessed on September 20, 2018.
- Lennert Brinkhoff: SCHARRena premiere already this season Website TV Bittenfeld, February 14, 2012, accessed on February 15, 2012.
- Lennert Brinkhoff: TVB is switching to the SCHARRena website TV Bittenfeld, December 22, 2011, accessed on February 15, 2012 for a transitional period .
- Lennert Brinkhoff: TV Bittenfeld attracts 100,000 people into the arena. Website TV Bittenfeld, April 20, 2011, accessed April 19, 2012 .