Niklas Landin Jacobsen

Niklas Landin (2011)

As of January 26, 2014

Niklas Landin Jacobsen ( born December 19, 1988 in Søborg ) is a Danish handball goalkeeper.

The 2.00 meter tall and 98 kilogram goalkeeper initially played for KFUM København. In 2006, he joined the first division club GOG Svendborg TGI. Then he stood in February 2010 at the first division Bjerringbro - Silkeborg under contract. For the 2012/2013 season, he joined the Bundesliga Rhein -Neckar Löwen.

With Svendborg he played in the EHF Champions League ( 2007, 2008, 2009) and in the EHF Cup ( 2009). With the Rhein- Neckar Löwen he won the 2013 EHF European Cup.

He is in the squad the Danish national team, he played at the 2009 World Championships, bringing with Denmark at the world championship silver medal. In 2012, Landin won the European Championship with the Danish selection. In summer 2012, he participated in the Olympic Games in London and reached the quarter-finals. At the European Championships in 2014 in his own country, he was appointed Vice - European Champion and as the best goalkeeper in the All- Star team.