Stefanie Eugster / Handball

Stefanie Eugster started her career at the early age of 8 years old. She quickly was interested in handball through 2nd grade school sports and joined her local club, HV Herzogenbuchsee. In her very successful youth career, she was able to celebrate winning the Swiss championship in the 15/16 season with the Bern/ Jura regional selection. Together with her club, Steffi, as her teammates call her, was able to win the Swiss championship with the U15 in seasons 13/14 and 14/15, and with the U18 again in season 17/18. With the U19 national team, she was able to win 1st place in the EHF Championship in 2019. This was the first title at an international tournament for Switzerland. In addition to the great team success, Steffi was elected to the All Star Team and awarded best play maker runner of the tournament.

Since the 19/20 season, the 181cm tall player has been playing at LK Zug wearing number 22. The goals for this season are the championship and the cup win. In addition to handball, the cheerful and strong-willed player is busy with her commercial apprenticeship.

We at Glasi Zug AG are proud to accompany Steffi on her career and wish her many more titles in the future.

Anja Krummenacher / Unihockey

Anja Krummenacher started her career in 2011 at the Rivella Games. The then 14-year-old player was immediately enthusiastic about unihockey and already received a license from THS Adliswil for the coming season. Only six months later, she was able to gain her first experience on the large field at the Prague Games 2012.

After almost 2 seasons with the junior women A at THS Adliswil and the bronze medal at the Prague Games, she moved to Zug United for the 13/14 season. There she went through all the other junior levels up to National League B to National League A where she has held her permanent place in the cadre since the 17/18 season.

In addition to sport, Anja works as a medical practice assistant in sports medicine at a large private clinic group in Lucerne.

We at Glasi Zug AG are proud to support Anja in her career and wish her every success for the coming seasons.