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TVB 1898 Stuttgart
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Full nameTVB Stuttgart Handball GmbH & Co. KG
Nickname(s)Wild Boys
Short nameTVB
Founded1898; 124 years ago (1898)
Head coachRoi Sánchez
Club colours   
Team colours
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Team colours
Team colours
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Team colours
Official site

TVB 1898 Stuttgart is a handball club from Waiblingen, town of Bittenfeld, Germany. that plays in the Handball-Bundesliga.

Location of TVB 1898 Stuttgart
Location of TVB 1898 Stuttgart


TV Bittenfeld played in the 2nd Division German Handball Championship from the 2006/07 season to the 2014/15 season. After finishing third overall in the 2014/15 season, the team advanced to the 1st division German league and changed its name to TVB 1898 Stuttgart. The team's home matches will be played in Scharrena Stuttgart. Due to the limited capacity of the domestic arena, some matches will be held at the nearby Porsche-Arena. Starting in the 2021/22 season, all matches will be in the Porsche Arena. The club has a local rivalry with HBW Balingen-Weilstetten.

Crest, colours, supporters

Club crest


Sports Hall information

Home hall: Porsche-Arena
Home hall: Porsche-Arena


Current squad

Squad for the 2021–22 season[1]
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TVB 1898 Stuttgart

Technical staff


Transfers for the 2022–23 season

Previous Squads

Former club members

Notable former players

Former coaches

Seasons Coach Country
1973–2007 Günter Schweikardt Germany
2007–2008 Henning Fröschle Germany
2008 Jens Baumbach Germany
2008–2013 Günter Schweikardt Germany
2013 Heiko Burmeister Germany
2013–2015 Jürgen Schweikardt Germany
2015–2016 Thomas König Germany
2016–2018 Markus Baur Germany
2018–2021 Jürgen Schweikardt Germany
2021– Roi Sánchez Spain


  1. ^ "Profis".