Thomas Oehme

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Thomas Oehme
Player information
birthday June 1, 1970
place of birth Germany Democratic Republic 1949GDR GDR
citizenship GermanGerman German
height 1.93 m
Playing position Back center
Throwing hand right
Club information
society Career ended
Clubs in the youth
from ... to society
0000-0000 Germany Democratic Republic 1949GDR BSG locomotive Dresden
0000-1989 Germany Democratic Republic 1949GDR SC Leipzig
Clubs as active
from ... to society
1989-1990 Germany Democratic Republic 1949GDR HG 85 Koethen
1990-1991 Germany Federal RepublicFederal Republic of Germany TSV Milbertshofen
1991-1992 GermanyGermany HSV Suhl
1992-10 / 1997 GermanyGermany TSV GWD Minden
10 / 1997-1999 GermanyGermany TSG Bielefeld
1999-12 / 2000 GermanyGermany HCE Bad Oeynhausen
National team
  Games (goals)
Germany Democratic Republic 1949GDR DDR U-19 DDR U-21
Germany Democratic Republic 1949GDR 
40 (≥ 0)
3 (≥ 0)
Clubs as coaches
from ... to society
2008–11/2008 GermanyGermany TuS Lerbeck
2010–4 / 2011 GermanyGermany VfB Holzhausen II
0000-0000 GermanyGermany GWD Minden (B-youth, assistant trainer)

Status: May 22, 2020

Thomas Oehme (born June 1, 1970 in the German Democratic Republic ) is a former German handball player and coach .


He first played in his youth for BSG Lokomotive Dresden and SC Leipzig . In the 1989/90 season he played for HG 85 Koethen in the GDR league . He then ran for one season each in the Bundesliga for TSV Milbertshofen ( 1990/91 ) and HSV Suhl ( 1991/92 ). With Milbertshofen, Oehme won the European Cup Winners' Cup , but missed the end of the season due to a torn cruciate ligament . In 1992 he moved to the second division TSV GWD Minden , with whom he rose to the Bundesliga in 1995. After the Bosman ruling and the associated well-known international player commitments Minden, Oehme saw no more perspective. In agreement with the club, he dissolved his contract dated until summer 1999 in October 1997 and moved to second division TSG Bielefeld . At the age of 30, he ended his career in December 2000 with the upper division HCE Bad Oeynhausen , for whom he played for a year and a half.

Oehme completed 40 U-19 and three U21 internationals for the GDR.

As a trainer he only worked for a short time in the lower class area and as an assistant trainer of the B-youth of GWD Minden.


  • European Cup Winner 1991
  • Promotion to the Bundesliga in 1995


Oehme completed three professional trainings. His first as a car mechanic in Leipzig . Today he works as a car salesman in Minden .

He has a daughter and a son with his wife Claudia. All family members were or are active handball players. Son Matthes (* 1999) played for GWD Minden in the A-Jugend-Bundesliga , daughter Leonie (* 1997) in the Bundesliga for Borussia Dortmund . After a three-year injury break, she is now playing in the major league for handball Bad Salzuflen .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Jürgen Knicker: Downsizing at GWD. Oehme to Bielefeld. So that five ex-Dankerser active in the second division . Ed .: Mindener Tageblatt ; Rainer Thomas. Minden October 6, 1997, p. 25 , left .
  2. Gerd Strohmann: Leoni Oehme is coming - BVB women's squad for the next season is up. In: BV. Borussia 09 e. V. Dortmund, June 11, 2016, accessed on May 23, 2020 .
  3. Christian Bendig: Salzuflen fishes for little ones and Oehme. Loss for HSG EURo and a 23-year-old comeback . Ed .: Mindener Tageblatt ; Rainer Thomas, Sven Thomas. Minden March 28, 2020, p. 37 , bottom left ( [1] [accessed May 23, 2020]).