As well as the normal timetabled trains, Deutsche Bahn also lay on relief trains for TSG’s home Bundesliga fixtures.
For a quicker and safer arrival/departure, use the “Sinsheim Museum/Arena” station, where all trains stop. The PreZero Arena is then only a 15-minute walk away. Plan your journey here »
There is also an additional shuttle bus service that operates between the bus station at Sinsheim Hauptbahnhof (Elsenz) and the PreZero Arena (Sinsheim-Süd business park, Am Hummelberg), in both directions.
Match tickets for games at the PreZero Arena are also valid as travel tickets on services run by the Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Neckar (VRN) and the Heilbronner/Hohenloher/Haller Nahverkehr (HNV).
P9 - P11:
Experience suggests that the public car parks at the stadium (P9 – P11) will be full half an hour before kick-off at the latest. Alternative parking can then be found on Neulandstraße (P12 – P15). The cost of a parking place is five euros.
P12 - P15:
When arriving from Sinsheim, access to the car park on Neulandstraße is always possible via the usual route. The cost of a parking place is five euros.
We have a certain number of parking spaces available for disabled guests. Access to the disabled parking spaces is only possible with your disability pass and the marker “aG” on your licence. For those who are deemed more than 50% disabled, there are parking spaces at the car park for those with the marker “G”. Please be aware that access to the car park will no longer be possible when full. Access for wheelchair users is possible on presentation of a valid match ticket.
For TSG Bundesliga fixtures at the PreZero Arena, delays can be expected when travelling to/from Mannheim. As a result of roadworks at Kraichgau Nord Services, the outbound route will be changed for the time being. This is likely to lead to delays when exiting from P10 & P11 car parks.