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A well-known celebrity in the handball world, Andreas Wolff, was born in Euskirchen, Germany, on March 3, 1991. Goalkeeper Wolff is well-known for his accomplishments, perseverance, and constant pursuit of excellence throughout his career trajectory from small teams to international prominence.
Life and Career
Wolff started playing handball when he joined SG Ollheim/Straßfeld when he was five years old. He advanced through each of the junior teams and attained the C-youth division. Seeking new challenges, he spent the 2004–05 season at HSG Rheinbach-Wormersdorf, showcasing his commitment to developing his skills.
Wolff joined TV Kirchzell in 2007, advancing his career in handball. It was made possible by the second-game rights law in February 2009, as his extraordinary talent and hard effort secured him a spot on TV Großwallstadt’s squad in the 1st Bundesliga. After his skills were well acknowledged, the goaltender spent the 2013–14 season with HSG Wetzlar. He became an important part of the team there very fast, and he was called up to the national team.
His career underwent a big turning point in 2016–17 when he joined with THW Kiel. With the squad, he took home two DHB Cups: one in 2016–17 and another in 2018–19. He also took home the EHF Cup the same season. His achievements on the field solidified his reputation as one of the top goalkeepers in the league.
In the summer of 2019, Wolff made a major transfer to the dominant Polish team, KS Kielce. Interestingly, during his time on the squad, he was given the title of captain. His leadership and goalkeeping abilities helped Kielce win the Polish Cup in 2021 and the Polish PGNiG Superliga Mężczyzn from 2020 to 2023.
In a three-nation competition in Wągrowiec, Poland, goalkeeper Andreas Wolff made his debut for his country as a part of the German B squad against the Norwegian B side. In 2012, the German Handball Association began to include B team matches in its international statistics after becoming aware of his achievements.
In a friendly game in Tunis, Tunisia, on January 11, 2014, Wolff made his debut for the senior national team. Germany won the gold medal at the 2016 European Handball Championships after defeating Spain 24:17 in the championship match.
He was a major contributor to their victory. Interestingly, he was selected for the all-star squad of the competition. At the 2023 World Cup, Wolff led Germany to sixth place with some excellent goalkeeping.
Who are Andreas Wolff’s Parents?
There is no information about the parents of Andreas Wolff. It seems he keeps them out of the public.
Who are Andreas Wolff’s Children?
As of publishing, Andreas Wolff has no children.