SG Flensburg Handewitt are the new-old German champions! Team of saved the advantage ahead of THW Kiel in the last match of the season against Bergischer 27:24. This is the third Championship title for the team from the German-Danish border.

The second place is won by THW Kiel, who will take back the place at VELUX EHF

SC Magdeburg, Rhein Neckar Lowen, MT Melsungen and Fuchse Berlin will play at EHF Cup.

Very interesting was in the relegation battle won by Ludvigshafen, the team who won 7 points in the last four matches and stay safe at the end after draw between Bietegheim and VfL Gummersbach 25:25, which put these two teams under the line.

Bergischer – Flensburg-H. 24:27
Bietigheim-Metterzimmern – Gummersbach 25:25
Fuchse Berlin – HSG Wetzlar 25:27
Goppingen – SC Magdeburg 24:31
Kiel – Hannover-Burgdorf 30:26
Leipzig – Rhein-Neckar 28:26
Ludwigshafen – Minden 31:30
MT Melsungen – Lemgo 31:27
Stuttgart – Erlangen 27:28

STANDING

1.Flensburg-H.343202958:76864
2.Kiel3431031018:80662
3.SC Magdeburg3427071010:86754
4.Rhein-Neckar342428960:85150
5.MT Melsungen3421013922:90042
6.Fuchse Berlin3419015923:89838
7.Bergischer3418214891:88038
8.Goppingen3417215901:89936
9.Erlangen3414218853:88230
10.HSG Wetzlar3414119859:88329
11.Leipzig3412319861:87127
12.Lemgo3411419861:88526
13.Hannover-Burgdorf3412220935:96026
14.Minden3412121941:97625
15.Stuttgart3410321912:99823
16.Ludwigshafen345425802:95514
17.Gummersbach346226809:96314
18.Bietigheim-Metterzimmern346226809:98314

PHOTO: SG Flensburg Handewitt Facebook

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