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Last but not least, Lucas Pellas!
The famous left-wing sex that creates writings after writings.
There are all-start teams, players of the month, most goals scored, Lukas stole the show, creative finishes and much much more. (See quotes below)

Lucas Pellas born in 1995 started his career in BK Söder which then moved to Hammarby.
In Hammarby and at a young age, he was rumored to be one of the country's most promising talents. He joined the Stockholm city team & was a leading player for his Hammarby who came in third place in the Swedish Championships.


Pellas was promoted to the first team in Hammarby after being the most important player in the second team Cliff. It was not many minutes in the elite series in Bajen and then the bag was packed and the moving load went down to Lund and LUGI.

Merit list:
5th in the basic series with Lugi
Quarter final in the playoffs with Lugi in the elite series
Selected for the senior national team in the international match against Japan 20 / 6-19
All Star team, elite series season 2018/19
A number of match players
Player of the month
One of Sweden's most promising talents
34 goals in the European Handball Federation - of which five goals against the giants Füchse Berlin
Gold in the Partille Cup ..... the list can be made long!

We are incredibly happy & proud to welcome you to Josef Bredell Training Camp!

Lucas Pellas - Lugi, Elite Series, National Team

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"Lucas Pellas continues to show his front feet in LUGI and since the move from Hammarby, the left winger has developed into one of the series' sharpest winger."

"The left-hander came from Hammarby to Lugi in 2016 and has since become a popular player with the audience thanks to his technical and creative playing style with ingenious finishes."

'' - My style of play has been good since I was younger. I watched a lot of handball and if you saw something nice, you went down to training the next day to practice. Now it's most instinctive. When you feel that something spectacular may be needed, you pick it up. ''

'' In the last home game, he was hot as a stove. It's about LUGI's left winger, Lucas Pellas, who scored a full twelve goals when IFK Skövde visited two weeks ago. ''

'' Lucas Pellas was barely placed in Hammarby. Now he is Lugi's most effective player in his first playoff ever. "I have come to the Mecca of handball", says the 21-year-old winger from Stockholm. "

Our second male guest is the promising talent Patrik Sandberg! His development is going at a furious pace & it was noticed by the coach Andreas '' Stocken '' Stockenberg who after his Swedish Championship Gold with Sävehof joined Patrik Sandberg to his Allsvenska team Alstermo.

Patrik Sandberg ready for the Allsvenskan & Alstermo!
Sandberg is in the best shape of his life and he will be more dangerous!
With a third place in the Swedish Championships & a fifth place in the shooting league in Division 1 North 2018/19, there is no question that he can go as far as he wants!

Raised in Skuru who passed on many talents to Hammarby Handboll where he became one of the training squad in their elite league team and grew a lot as a handball player!

Allsvenskan to Östra Gymnasiet. We welcome Patrik Sandberg to visit Josef Bredell Training Camp.

Age: 19 years
Position: Mtt 9: a
Number of goals in div1: 118 pcs.
Parent club: Bk Söder
Current Club: Alstermo, Allsvenskan

Patrik Sandberg, Alstermo, Allsvenskan

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Our second female guest is no worse!
Even here from the national team! The talent with many nominations and writings.

Hannah Scheuer, born 1998 in Trångsund.
Scheuer started her career in Skogås HK as a 6-year-old but left Skogås HK as a 17-year-old and took the step further to Skuru IK where she already made her elite series debut the first season.

Merit list:
The city team in all years
All Star Team in the Swedish Championships in Step 5 2014
All Star Team in the Swedish Championships in Step 5 2015
All Star Team in the Swedish Championships in Step 5 2016
All Star Team in the Swedish Championships Junior Step 5 2017
All Star Team in the European Open for the Junior National Team 2016
The right six of the month in the elite series February 2019

U19 WC
U19 EM

SM Final with Skuru IK


Length: 165 cm
Position: Right sex
Parent club: Skogås HK
Current club: Skuru IK
National team: A national team

Hannah Scheuer - Skuru, Elite Series, National Team

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Our first female guest! We are very proud to be able to invite a player of this caliber here!

Mathila Lundström, born 1996 in Trångsund.
Lundström started her career in Skogås HK as an 8-year-old but left Skogås HK in 2010 and then took the step further to Huddinge where she was later recruited by Spårvägen and made her first elite series debut as a 19-year-old.
After two seasons played in Spårvägen, she was recruited by Skuru IK and quickly became one of the elite series' best right-handers. In March 2018, she made her debut for the A national team in a European Championship against Serbia.

In the national team, Lundström has played 22 matches & scored 24 goals!

In November 2018, Mathilda Lundström won the award '' Player of the Month '' in the ladies' high-profile!


7 Seasons in the ladies' high school
Stockholm's state team in its own age
Stockholm State Team aged one year older
6th in the European Championships.

Length: 165 cm
Position: Right sex
Parent club: Skogås HK
Current club: Skuru IK
National team: A national team

Mathilda Lundström- Skuru, Elite Series, National Team

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Christoffer Brännberger, Sävehof, Elite Series, Swedish Championship Champion

Next to present is someone we recognize. Christoffer Wolfgang Brännberger who visited the camp last year with something that was very successful!
With his 200cm and 105kg, he will once again further train us to be good handball players.

Brännberger has played in clubs such as:
IFK Tumba, Skånela IF, Runar Sandefjord (Norway) Haslum HK (Norway) Kadetten Schaffhausen (Switzerland) Sävehof, Christoffer was born in 1990 and has for the past seven years made a living playing handball abroad. In 2018, he returned home to Sweden, Sävehof in Gothenburg & took home the Swedish Championship gold!

Brännberger's CV:

Stockholm City Team for one year older All national camps Swiss Series Champions 2016, 2017, 2018
Swiss Cup Champion 2016
Swiss Champion 2016, 2017
Champions League 2016, 2017, 2018
Swedish champion 2019

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Andreas Halvarsson, Hammarby, Elitserien

Yesterday we had another visit from the elite series. One of Sweden's best defensive players #AndreasHalvarsson - @andreashalvarsson had our participants for two intense hours where they had both edge finishes, defensive play and counterattacks.

Andreas is now 23 years old and has played professional handball in the elite series since he was barely 19 years old.

Not many people get past him in the elite series and just as few have time to catch up with him in his powerful running steps in their counterattacks.

In 2013, Andreas was selected to the U19 National Team and participated in the World Cup in Budapest.
Here we have 90 kilos of power packages.

Martin Dolk, Hammarby, Elite Series

Handball Sweden's own Martin Dolk! - Today Martin is 27 years old and recently returned from a game with the champions Kif Kolding Copenhagen, in the Danish top league. -

Martin Dolk played his first elite league match as a 17 year old (2007) -

As a 23-year-old (in 2013), he also joined the Swedish national team after being successful in the youth national team in previous years. -

In 2013/14, Martin Dolk scored the most goals in the entire elite series and thus won the shooting league with his 214 goals. -

In 2014, Martin Dolk scores the decisive goal with only seconds left to get a cross against the Spanish giants Barcelona. -

In June 2017, Martin Dolk participated for the first time in '' Josef Bredell Training Camp ''. The list goes on!

Andreas Björkman Myhr, Follo, Norwegian Speaker

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Andreas Björkman. A handball CV not like many others.

He started his career in Hammarby's boys 96 with great success. Finished his time in Stockholm with a Swedish Championship gold on the youth side and then went to Ystad for games in the elite series as a 17-year-old.

In the same year, he once again won the Youth Championships with Ystad and also joined the All-Star team in the Swedish Championships.
He was selected to the U18 national team and players international competitions such as the Olympics, European Championships and World Cup.
In 2015, he was named Sweden's 5th greatest talent.
He has won the youth SM 3 times.
He has won the Nordic Championships once.
He has won bronze in the Olympic Games
Finished fifth in the European Championships.

Andreas has played in national teams such as U18, U19 and U21 national teams
Hammarby A-team
Ystads A-lag
At the moment Drammens HK in Norway's high-speaking.

Adam Norman, Hammarby, Elite Series


Day three at the camp and today we had a visit of 105 kilos of muscle.
Elite series player AdamNorman made his debut this year as a 17-year-old in Hammarby Handball and immediately became a key player for the club.

After the start of his debut in the Handball League, Hammarby Handball's Adam Norman has become a real green and white favorite among the fans in Eriksdalshallen thanks to his powerful game. Now Adam is rewarded with a place in the U19 national team.

The first to present is Christoffer Wolfgang Brännberger, who with his 200cm and 105kg will train us to be good handball players.

Brännberger has played in clubs such as IFK Tumba, Skånela IF, Runar Sandefjord (Norway) Haslum HK (Norway) Kadetten Schaffhausen (Switzerland) and has recently signed for the Swedish IK Sävehof.

Christoffer was born in 1990 and has for the past seven years made a living playing handball abroad. But it is fun that today as a 27-year-old he returns home for games in Gothenburg and IK Sävehof for the coming season.

Brännberger's CV:

Stockholm City Council for one year older
All national camps
Swiss Series Champion 2016, 2017, 2018
Swiss Cup Champion 2016
Swiss Champion 2016, 2017

Champions League 2016, 2017, 2018

Christoffer Brännberger, Sävehof, Elite Series, Swedish Championship Champion

Christoffer '' Fabrics '' Bredolo.
Left edge born 1996 with a speed like not many others. That explains his 95 goals in 40 games played in national team contexts!

Bredolo has played in clubs such as Hammarby IF HF, Cliff HK, Ricoh, Silwing Troja.
Known for his fast running pace and thus sharp counterattack play.
Christoffer started his career with a boy SM-Gold in 2011 in Hammarby before his handball playing really took off!

He was called to all the city team camps, national team camps and everything in between!
In 2016, he was named Sweden's 5th greatest handball talent!

Bredolo represented Sweden's u17 national team during the Olympics where the boys won bronze with other players such as Lukas Nilsson and Andreas Björkman Myhr.
The following year, Christoffer and his team came 5th in the European Championship.
As a 19-year-old, he played in the youth WC and also ended up in fifth place.

Bredolo did NOT take the road through the Allsvenskan up to the Elite Series. He was recruited by Ricoh (today AIK) and went straight to the top league for games two seasons in the elite series on the left wing.

Merits :
USM Gold 2011
Bronze in the Olympics (U17)
5th European Championship (U18)
5th World Cup (U18)
5th largest talent in the country (2016)
40 U-national matches & 95 goals!
A season in division 1
Two seasons in the elite series.

Christoffer Bredolo, AIK, Elitserien

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