UHC Hamburg

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HAM

Club biography

The Euro Hockey League's most successful side – UHC Hamburg – are looking to bounce back from what was a rare low-key season in the competition, falling in the KO16 to Rot Weiss Köln in 2016.

The German side have reached the final on five previous occasions, winning three times, an incredible achievement given they have never won the German national title.

They have a large number of changes to their panel this year. Florian Fuchs is the big departure, moving to Bloemendaal for the 2016/17 campaign. Jonas Fuerste and Dominic Giskes have both retired while Pilt Arnold (to TC 1899 Blau Weiss Berlin) and Philipp Witte also move on.

Coming back to the club are Jonas Swiatek from Pinoké while Julius Schmid comes in from Blau Weiss Berlin. They join a panel with Olympic bronze medalists Moritz Fuerste and Nicolas Jacobi while Oliver Korn was a reserve for the panel, showing their quality.

With a very young panel, they eased through ROUND1 in Banbridge with a 12-1 win over SC Amsicora and a 3-1 success against Cardiff & Met. They play Wimbledon in the KO16.

EHL History
2007/08 - Winners
2008/09 - Finalists
2009/10 - Winners
2010/11 - KO8
2011/12 - Winners
2014/15 - Finalists
2015/16 - KO16

Players of
UHC Hamburg

  • Anton Korber
    Germany

  • Carl Alt
    Germany

  • Felix Schneider
    Germany

  • Frederik Behring
    Germany

  • Frederik Lambrecht
    Germany

  • Fynn Oldenburg
    Germany

  • Gian Graffitti
    Germany

  • Hannes Muller
    Germany

  • Jan Philipp Rabente
    Germany

  • Jonas Swiatek
    Germany

  • Julius Schmid
    Germany

  • Ken Gorny
    Germany

  • Leopold Harms
    Germany

  • Luis Bernstein
    Germany

  • Lukas Katterbach
    Germany

  • Max Kapaun
    Germany

  • Milan Weber
    Germany

  • Moritz Bretschneider
    Germany

  • Moritz Fürste
    Germany

  • Moritz Polk
    Germany

  • Nicolas Jacobi
    Germany

  • Oliver Korn
    Germany

  • Peter Kohl
    Germany

  • Philip Schmid
    Germany

  • Thomas Morrice
    Germany

  • Tim Schwieren
    Germany

  • Tino Teschke
    Germany