Smartphone access to the PreZero Arena

There's always something happening at TSG – both on and off the pitch. In our "Box-to-box" series, we bring you exciting and interesting stories from the first team, the U23s, the academy and the women's team.


Smartphone access to the PreZero Arena

For several years now, the smartphone has been a constant companion in our everyday lives. For TSG too, the device is taking on an ever-growing significance in various fields, including ticketing. For several months, fans have been able to obtain a "Mobile ticket" for home games at the PreZero Arena, meaning their TSG tickets are always handy on their smartphones.

On that note, for all fans who do not yet have a ticket for the home game against Mönchengladbach or the subsequent matches (Schalke, Paderborn, Mainz, Düsseldorf, Augsburg, Dortmund), tickets can be procured easily and at late notice via smartphone en route to the stadium. The Online Shop is always open until kick-off. There are no long queues at the ticket office and no constant use of the HNV and VRN public transport networks! When making an order, simply choose "Mobile Ticket" as the delivery type for your TSG home tickets and help to protect the environment. To those who do so, TSG would like to say a big thank you on behalf of the environment! 


Get well soon, Stevie!

Steven Zuber, 28, has successfully undergone surgery on his right foot. Due to persistent pain, an operation became inevitable in the short term. The midfielder took a heavy knock to the middle part of his foot in the opening match of the season against Frankfurt (1-1) and has not been able to take part in team training since.

Get well soon, Stevie!

Zuber v2


Shirt exhibition at Neckarhausen Castle

TSG Hoffenheim fan assistant Thomas Zachler, who has been collecting football shirts of all kinds for years, has been displaying his prized possessions in several rooms at Neckarhausen Castle since 21 September. The exhibition, which covers around 96 square metres, consists of international and club shirts from 23 countries – including classics such as England, France and Spain but also rarities such as Ghana, Iran and Uzbekistan.

It goes without saying that the shirt collector's exhibition contains a room that is specially devoted to Hoffenheim and contains 39 TSG shirts and goalkeeper jerseys. There are four additional glass cases in which Zachler has displayed various programmes and tickets that he has collected over the years as a TSG fan.

The exhibition will run until 20 October and will be open from 13:00 to 17:00 CET each day.

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