The club was founded on 1891 in Berlin's district Reinickendorf. After several mergers the club name "Reinickendorfer Füchse" was found in 1947.
After their first promotion to top flight handball in 1966 the Füchse managed to play 13 straight years of Bundesliga handball. After that they experienced a long period of setbacks and disappointments and were on the brink of closing the doors in 2004. In 2005, manager Bob Hanning took the lead in the new founded Limited association of the Füchse Berlin. Being aware that he had found a sleeping giant and that Berlin had huge potential he put all his efforts and passion into the club. The results weren't long in coming.
In the season 2005/2006 the Füchse managed to play professional handball again, starting in the German 2nd division. Two years later, in 2007, the Füchse reached their first big aim, the promotion to the DKB-Handball-Bundesliga and therewith the comeback to highlight handball in the best Handball-League of the world.
The Füchse Berlin are always good for a surprise. In the season 2011/2012 they reached the Champions League Final Four in Cologne and finished fourth.
The „Füchse Berlin“ have strengthened their team tremendously for the last season with two national players. Børge Lund (Norwegian national team) played for the Rhein Neckar Löwen. Furthermore, Konstantin Igropulo (Russian International), who played the last three years for Barcelona, joined the team.
2012: 3rd in the German Bundesliga, 4th in the Champions League, 2010: 1st at the German Under 17 Championship, 2007: Promotion to the TOYOTA Handball Bundesliga; 2006: 3rd at the German Under-18 Championship; 1984: Runner-up at the DHB-Trophy; 1981: 3rd in the German Bundesliga.
In 2013 the Füchse Berlin finished the season on the fourth place and consequently still have chances for a place in the Champions league qualification. We are excited how the Füchse Berlin will do in season 2013/14.