Rot Weiss Köln

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Club biography

Rot-Weiss Köln are taking part in their seventh Euro Hockey League season in eight years and will be looking to build upon the career-high fourth place finish they achieved in the 2012-13 edition.

Back then, their run came to an end at the hands of KHC Dragons, their opponent on June 3, adding extra spice to their battle as they bid to win a first ever EHL medal.

They emerged from Eindhoven with two fine wins, eliminating the reigning EHL champions SV Kampong 2-1 and Spanish winners Real Club de Polo on the same scoreline.

In Marco Miltkau and Christopher Zeller, they have a duo who have scored a combined 60 goals in the EHL, leaving them on 33 and 27 goals respectively. It means they are both in the top four all-time EHL top scorers.

Mats Grambusch was in brilliant form in Eindhoven with great support from Christopher Rühr, Jonas Gomoll and Matthias Müller. Tough defender Tom Grambusch adds to their corner options while Timur Oruz missed the KO16 but could return.

They missed out on the German title in dramatic fashion last Sunday, losing 3-2 in the final to Mannheimer HC despite four corners in the closing minute, giving them extra impetus to try and land silverware this weekend.

EHL History
2009/10 - KO8
2010/11 - KO16
2012/13 - Fourth place
2013/14 - KO16
2014/15 - KO8
2015/16 – KO8

Route to FINAL4

KO16 beat SV Kampong 2-1
KO8 beat Real Club de Polo 2-1

Players of
Rot Weiss Köln

  • Alexander Schöllkopf
    Germany

  • Benedikt Swiatek
    Germany

  • Christopher Rühr
    Germany

  • Christopher Zeller
    Germany

  • Florian Adrians
    Germany

  • Florian Scholten
    Germany

  • Hendrik Schwarzer
    Germany

  • Henning Hüttermann
    Germany

  • Jan Fleckhaus
    Germany

  • Jonas Gomoll
    Germany

  • Joshua Delarber
    Germany

  • Kai Aichinger
    Germany

  • Marcel Meurer
    Germany

  • Marco Miltkau
    Germany

  • Martin Chorus
    Germany

  • Mats Grambusch
    Germany

  • Matthias Müller
    Germany

  • Max Gebel
    Germany

  • Max Werner
    Germany

  • Moritz Trompertz
    Germany

  • Nicolas Hillmann
    Germany

  • Peter Schlich
    Germany

  • Simon Wenzel
    Germany

  • Timur Oruz
    Germany

  • Tom Grambusch
    Germany

  • Victor Aly
    Germany