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Who wins the Handball-Bundesliga 2017/2018?

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The German Handball league is one of the most exciting one from the whole Europe and gives every year an entertaining battle between few of the most important teams of the continent, fighting for getting the supremacy of country’s most important handball championship: Bundesliga.

Last season, after the spontaneous title-dance in the middle circle the beer flowed: The Rhein-Neckar Löwen won again German handball champions. The team of coach Nikolaj Jacobsen secured the cup by a clear 28:19 (11:10) success against the THW Kiel. Followers SG Flensburg-Handewitt had previously lost with Frisch Auf Göppingen with 27:31 (15:14). For the Jacobsen team it was the second national title in the history of the club after the coup in the previous year. In 2014 and 2015 the lions were still two times just behind record champion Kiel. 

The DKB Handball Bundesliga has a new host. From the season 2017/2018, handball will be mainly shown at Sky, but ARD and ZDF will also broadcast matches. Sky has secured the rights for the transfer of the handball Bundesliga from the 2017/2018 season. Through a cooperation with ARD and ZDF, some games will also be shown on free TV. Theoretically Sky has also the possibility to show handball unencrypted with the new free-TV-station "Sky Sport News HD" . The former rights holder Sport1 and also the Telekom went empty in the negotiations with the Handball Bundesliga. 

World-class goalkeeper Mattias Andersson (39) from the handball league team SG Flensburg-Handewitt has announced his career end. "In the summer of 2018, the time has come and the time has come to do something else," said the Swede to Mannheimer Morgen .Actually, the European champion of 2000 wanted to stop already after this season, but then signed a new contract with Flensburg. His stay in the team makes from Flensburg one of the favorites for winning the championship in 2018.

Andersson said that “It was a tough decision, I always said I was leaving in 2017. But I have the feeling that I can still keep up, and we can see if this decision was right, but I can say one thing: there is no longer a contract extension for me. "

MT Melsungen has made an important transfer and committed to next season national team player Julius Kühn (24) from the Ligakoncurrent VfL Gummersbach. "We are very pleased that we have been able to welcome Julius Kühn a year earlier than originally planned. This is due not least to the player himself, who is financially involved in the release modalities. "

Kühn, who is currently still missing due to an inner band tear in the knee, had changed to Gummersbach in 2014. In 2016, he became European champion with the German national team, and he took part in Rio Olympics in August of that year.  Gummersbach responded to the departure of the Ukrainian national player Stanislaw Zhukov (25), who came from HK Motor Zaporozhye.