Translation of all lessons in german/English/french - No requirements for participation - tickets for the first Matchday included
The IHF Coaches Symposium is acknowledged as A-/B-/C-Coaches advanced-training


Please be aware of the fact that we provide our guests with the possibility of following our lectures with the appropriate translation in English and French. So every participant should be able not only to watch and observe international top coaches during their work but also to listen to their remarks and instructions.

09:00 - 10:15
10:30 - 11:45
12:00 - 12:45
14:00 - 15:15
15:30 - 16:45
17:15 - 18:30
8th of January
Dr. Hassan MoustafaOpening
Dagur Sigurdsson Handball in Europe and Asia
Xavier Pascual Active defence - Individual requirements
Xavier Pascual Active defence - Team Tactics

9th of January
Danish Way of Developing Players
2x Praxis 75’ 1x Theorie 45’
Claus Hansen, Lars Moller Following soon
Klaus Feldmann Anlayzing Matches and Consequences for Training
David Groeger Developing Athletics
Friendly Match Germany vs Austria
10th of January
German Way of Developing Players
2x Praxis 75’ 1x Theorie 45’
Jochen Beppler, Erik Wudtke Following soon
David Groeger Injury Prevention
Peter B Larsen The good training and development environment
Public Viewing Opening Match GER
Public Viewing Opening Match DEN

Download Program


Dagur Sigurdsson
Headcoach Japan
Claus Hansen
Sport Director & handball Teacher at Ikast Sport Schools (& former Talent Development Manager
Peter B Larsen
Head Coach Bjerringbro-Silkeborg & former Assistant Coach Danish Men’s National Team
David Groeger
CEO Plus D Sports, Performance and Rehab Specialist (Athletes Performance USA)
Erik Wudtke
Headcoach Men's Youth Team
Xavier Pascual
Headcoach FC Barcelona
Lars Møller
Development Expert at the Danish Handball Association & Assistant Coach Bjerringbro-Silkeborg
Klaus Feldmann
IHF-, EHF- and DOSB-lecturer, Owner of
Jochen Beppler
Headcoach for all Youth and Junior Teams, IHF-lector
Anett Sattler
Host of the symposium

Practical information


The event takes place at:

  • Sporthalle TSV Milbertshofen e.V.
  • Hans-Denzinger-Straße 2
  • 80807 München


Participants of the event can book their rooms with the code “DHB 2019” until the 16th of november in the followings hotels

Steigenberger Hotel

  • Berliner Straße 85, 80805 München
  • Single room: 129,- €
  • More information: here

Hotel Rilano

  • Domagkstraße 26, 80807 München
  • Single room: 118,- € (4 stars)
  • Single room: 88,- € (3 stars)
  • More information: here


  • The price per person is 450€
  • In the price is already included: Lunch- and coffee breaks, tickets for the first Matchday (11.01.2019) in Munich, certificate of attendance, simultaneous translation German/English/French
  • The IHF Coaches Symposium is acknowledged as A-Coaches advanced-training
  • In the case of short-term cancellation of your participation, we will withhold 50% (cancellation after 20.12.2019) and 100% (cancellation after 03.01.2019),

Registration & Payment

After you have sent us your complete registration form, you will receive an e-mail with further information about the event and the payment-details.

With my registration I agree to the distribution of my contact details to the participants of the IHF-Trainer symposium as well as the storage of my data and transfer to the DOSB for the license exhibition.


Contact details

  • Maximilian Wildner
  • Head of Organisation National Teams
  • Phone +49 231 91191-33
  • Fax +49 231 91191-44



Danish Handball Association is the third largest in the world with 808 associations and 105,033 members. The federation has a national team for women and men and four youth national teams. Danish Handball Association is one of the most winning handball nations in the world. Denmark’s success in national handball is partly because of a unique talent work based on the association’s work with educational and stimulating handball for children and young people.


The International Handball Federation (IHF) is the administrative and controlling body for handball worldwide. IHF is responsible for the organisation of handball's major international tournaments, notably the IHF World Men's Handball Championship which commenced in 1938 and IHF World Women's Handball Championship which commenced in 1957. IHF was founded in 1946 to oversee international competition among the national federations. Its membership now comprises 207 national federations.


The German Handball Federation counts 756,987 members and 4,356 clubs and is thus one of the strongest national sport federations and the biggest handball umbrella association worldwide. The federation is especially represented by its national teams. Beside the competitive sports, the German Handball Federation is also socially engaged. This includes tasks of member recruitment, engagement in school sports, interculturality and much more.