Fan shop to close until further notice starting Monday
Due to the suspension of the Bundesliga season announced by the DFL, the TSG Hoffenheim Fan Shop at the PreZero Arena is set to close until further notice. The TSG Online Shop will continue to be available to fans. Furthermore, the ticketing department will only be reachable online or by telephone until further notice. As already reported, there will be no public training sessions until further notice due to the spread of the Coronavirus.
Sky simulcast freely accessible for the next two matchdays
With Bundesliga matches set to be played behind closed doors due to the Coronavirus, the broadcaster "Sky" has decided that its Saturday afternoon Bundesliga simulcasts will be freely accessible for the next two matchdays. The programme, which can be watched by all TV viewers, will be on "Sky Sport News HD". That means TSG fans can watch both the game against Hertha BSC (Saturday at 15:30 CET) and the game away to SC Paderborn (Saturday 21 March at 15:30 CET) via the Sky simulcast.
Match in Mainz possibly behind closed doors
The City of Mainz has announced that due to the Coronavirus, events with an attendance of more than 1,000 people must be either closed to the public or cancelled. The ruling initially applies until Easter 2020 and will also impact TSG Hoffenheim's Bundesliga match away to FSV Mainz 05 (10-13 April, time and date not yet scheduled). A further decision from the DFL is expected on Monday (16 March).
Coronavirus: No open training for the time being
Due to the Coronavirus, all training sessions involving the TSG first team will take place behind closed doors until further notice. Furthermore, the players will not be available for autographs or selfies for the time being. We ask for your understanding.
We're currently coordinating with the responsible authorities and bodies about whether the home game against Hertha BSC shall we played behind closed doors. Once a decision is made, we shall inform you immediately.