A-Youth-Bundesliga (handball) - A-Jugend-Bundesliga (Handball)
|Full name||Youth Bundesliga handball|
|Bandage||German Handball Federation|
|Teams||40 (4 Staffeln to 10 Teams)|
|Title holder||SG Flensburg-Handewitt|
|Record champions||SC Magdeburg (10)|
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The A-Jugend-Bundesliga in German handball - official name Jugend-Bundesliga Handball ( JBLH ) - was introduced by the German Handball Federation (DHB) for the 2011/2012 season. It replaced the previous youth regional leagues, which were organized by the individual regional associations. The A-Jugend-Bundesliga is organized by the DHB.
Modus from 1969 to 2011
|1969||TuS Schutterwald||1980||Eintracht Hildesheim||1991||SC Magdeburg||2002||SC Magdeburg|
|1970||SG Walldorf-Astoria||1981||Eintracht Hildesheim||1992||SC Empor Rostock||2003||SC Magdeburg|
|1971||THW How||1982||VfL Lichtenrade||1993||TSV Heiningen 1892||2004||SC Magdeburg|
|1972||TSV Grün-Weiß Dankersen||1983||TV Weilstetten||1994||TUSEM food||2005||SG Wallau / Massenheim|
|1973||TSG Ludwigsburg-Oßweil||1984||CSG Erlangen||1995||TSV GWD Minden||2006||SC Magdeburg|
|1974||TSG Ludwigsburg-Oßweil||1985||OSC Dortmund||1996||SC Magdeburg||2007||SG Solingen-BHC 06|
|1975||SV Weding||1986||OSC Dortmund||1997||SC Magdeburg||2008||SG Kronau / Östringen|
|1976||TuSpo Nuremberg||1987||SG Leutershausen||1998||SC Magdeburg||2009||JSG Neuhausen / Metzingen|
|1977||OSC Dortmund||1988||OSC Dortmund||1999||SC Magdeburg||2010||HSG Düsseldorf|
|1978||no master *||1989||OSC Dortmund||2000||TSV GWD Minden||2011||SG Spandau / Füchse Berlin|
|1979||TSV Göggingen 1875||1990||TuS Schutterwald||2001||SC Magdeburg|
* The 1978 final between GW Dankersen and TV Hüttenberg (15:14) was canceled and not repeated.
Mode since 2011
As of 2011, the Bundesliga consisted of four regional relays (north, east, west and south) of twelve teams each. The division of the squadrons is made anew every year. After a double round with 22 match days, the two best teams of each season qualify for the final round of the German championship, which starts with the quarter-finals in the knockout system . The knockout rounds are played in the two-legged mode. The eight finalists and the teams in positions three to six of each season are automatically qualified for the following season in the Bundesliga. The remaining places are replayed annually in regional qualifying rounds and a central final tournament.
|2011/12||SG Spandau / Füchse Berlin||2014/15||SC DHfK Leipzig||2017/18||Foxes Berlin-Reinickendorf|
|2012/13||Foxes Berlin-Reinickendorf||2015/16||SC DHfK Leipzig||2018/19||SG Flensburg-Handewitt|
|2013/14||Foxes Berlin-Reinickendorf||2016/17||HSG Wetzlar|
Mode since 2019
Since the 2019/20 season, 40 teams have been competing in the competition. The process of the A-Jugend Handball-Bundesliga is divided into a preliminary round, a championship round and a subsequent knockout round, which ends with a final game. The 40 teams are divided into 4 relay teams. In these 4 seasons in the preliminary round the game mode everyone against everyone is played as a single round, so that each team plays a total of 9 games. The four best teams per season qualify for the championship round and for the A-Jugend Handball-Bundesliga 2020/21.
The championship round is divided into 2 seasons. In championship round 1, the 1st and 4th placed in the North and East relay, and the 2nd and 3rd placed in the West and South relay take part. In the championship round 2, the 2nd and 3rd placed in the North and East relay, and the 1st and 4th placed in the West and South relay take part. In these two seasons, the teams play in the game mode everyone against everyone in the round two. The four best teams per season qualify for the subsequent knockout round and thus take part in the quarter-finals.
|2019/20|| SG Flensburg-Handewitt |
Foxes Berlin-Reinickendorf 1