TSG in Cologne on opening day

The German Football League (DFL) has announced the fixture calendar for the 2020/21 Bundesliga season. Matchday 1 sees TSG Hoffenheim visit 1. FC Cologne in mid-September, before welcoming FC Bayern Munich to the PreZero Arena for their first home game of the campaign a week later.

Opening day in the Cathedral City: TSG Hoffenheim will visit 1. FC Cologne on Matchday 1 in what will be Sebastian Hoeness' first Bundesliga game as TSG coach. The new Hoffenheim boss will then be reunited with his former employers, record champions Bayern Munich, who will visit the PreZero Arena a week later.

TSG will round off the calendar year with a Matchday 13 trip to Borussia Mönchengladbach and resume action in 2021 with a Baden derby against SC Freiburg (2-4 January). They will then close out the season at home to Hertha BSC on 22 May 2021. The fixture dates will be announced in stages by the DFL throughout the season.

"As in previous years, our opening fixtures are challenging and, of course, the first two home games of the season against Bayern and Dortmund would've been great days out for our fans. With that in mind, it's a pity we won't be able to play these top teams at the PreZero Arena at a later date and potentially with more spectators. On the other hand, such a start to the season will immediately sharpen our senses and we'll approach every game with maximum ambition, regardless of the opponent," said director of football Alexander Rosen. 

The TSG Hoffenheim fixtures at a glance:

Matchday 1: 18–21 September: 1. FC Cologne vs. TSG

Matchday 2: 25–28 September: TSG vs. FC Bayern Munich

Matchday 3: 02–04 October: Eintracht Frankfurt vs. TSG

Matchday 4: 16–19 October: TSG vs. Borussia Dortmund

Matchday 5: 23–26 October: SV Werder Bremen vs. TSG

Matchday 6: 30 October–02 November: TSG vs. 1. FC Union Berlin

Matchday 7: 06–08 November: VfL Wolfsburg vs. TSG

Matchday 8: 20–23 November: TSG vs. VfB Stuttgart

Matchday 9: 27–30 November: 1. FSV Mainz 05 vs. TSG

Matchday 10: 04–07 December: TSG vs. FC Augsburg

Matchday 11: 11–13 December: Bayer 04 Leverkusen vs. TSG

Matchday 12: 15-16 December: TSG vs. RB Leipzig

Matchday 13: 18–21 December: Borussia Mönchengladbach vs. TSG

Matchday 14: 02–04 January: TSG vs. SC Freiburg

Matchday 15: 08–11 January: FC Schalke 04 vs. TSG

Matchday 16: 15–17 January: TSG vs. Arminia Bielefeld

Matchday 17: 19-20 January: Hertha BSC vs. TSG

Matchday 18: 22–25 January: TSG vs. 1. FC Cologne

Matchday 19: 29 January–01 February: FC Bayern Munich vs. TSG

Matchday 20: 05–08 February: TSG vs. Eintracht Frankfurt

Matchday 21: 12–15 February: Borussia Dortmund vs. TSG

Matchday 22: 19–22 February: TSG vs. SV Werder Bremen

Matchday 23: 26 February–01 March: 1. FC Union Berlin vs. TSG

Matchday 24: 05–08 March: TSG vs. VfL Wolfsburg

Matchday 25: 12–15 March: VfB Stuttgart vs. TSG

Matchday 26: 19–21 March: TSG vs. 1. FSV Mainz 05

Matchday 27: 03–05 April: FC Augsburg vs. TSG

Matchday 28: 09–12 April: TSG vs. Bayer 04 Leverkusen

Matchday 29: 16–18 April: RB Leipzig vs. TSG

Matchday 30: 20-21 April: TSG vs. Borussia Mönchengladbach

Matchday 31: 23–26 April: SC Freiburg vs. TSG

Matchday 32: 07–10 May: TSG vs. FC Schalke 04

Matchday 33: 15 May: Arminia Bielefeld vs. TSG

Matchday 34: 22 May: TSG vs. Hertha BSC

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