"We will cover all our activities in Tegernsee through a mixture of information and entertainment on all our digital channels," says Kliem. A central component will be a livestream, which TSG.TV will produce on site every afternoon from Monday onwards. ''We will share 15-minute broadcasts on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube entitled 'TSG am Tegernsee - the daily fan update.' This will include news, interviews and pictures from training and promises to give all our fans an exclusive look behind the scenes," reveals Kliem.
In addition, TSG will broadcast a friendly match live next Saturday (opponent and kick-off time have yet to be confirmed) on the club homepage - www.tsg-hoffenheim.de. The content offer will be rounded off by videos, news, player interviews and photos posted around the clock on all digital channels. What is more, TSG Hoffenheim will be posting from Tegernsee as usual on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok and YouTube and will provide information on the club homepage. Reliable information and updates are available everywhere.
"We really miss the contact with our fans. It's a difficult situation, but we all have to get through it together by looking ahead to the future," says the new TSG coach Sebastian Hoeness, who wants to ensure that "the fans feel close to us and part of the journey" by providing insights into his daily work.