Arena tours and Fan House TV for away games

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Arena tours and Fan House TV for away games

Visit the sportiest living room in town: as of this week, you can visit the PreZero Arena again on Saturdays when TSG Hoffenheim are playing away. The arena tours start at 10:30, 12:00, and 13:30 CET. Tickets are available in the fan shop for €5. Admission is free for children under 12. The 3G rule applies (tested, vaccinated, recovered from Covid-19).

All TSG away matches will also be shown in the Fan House. The fan meeting point next to the PreZero Arena opens one hour before kick-off. You can enter the Fan House for the match at Arminia Bielefeld on Saturday (18 September) from 14:30 CET. The 3G rule also applies here (tested, vaccinated, recovered from Covid-19). In addition, face masks must be worn unless you are at your seat. Up to 50 fans can watch the game in the Fan House.

TSG gymnasts run more than 8,000 km

The Elsenz-Turngau Sinsheim gymnastics club called for more movement in its clubs during the Coronavirus period under the motto "Best Agers run together" – and awarded prizes for the furthest distance run in a month. "Best Agers" meant members of the club over the age of 27. The gymnastics department of TSG Hoffenheim stood out in this campaign and took first place (€250) in the category "Most kilometres per member" (46.0). Its 183 members covered a total of 8,408.9 kilometres. Sabine Diebold was ranked sixth overall in most individual kilometres (326), and TSG also had the oldest participant in Helga Rumig. The 83-year-old ran a respectable 60 kilometres.  

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