We look after our fans
TSG without its fans? Unimaginable. They are a part of the club. So we are there for the fans.
Here you can find the right person to contact.
Telefon: +49 (0) 7261 - 94 93 224
Fax: +49 (0) 7261 - 94 93 102
For many spectators at the WIRSOL Rhein-Neckar Arena, the voice that comes out of the loud speakers seems familiar. Why? Because stadium announcer Mike Diehl made a name for himself as a radio and music programme presenter. Working for Radio Regenbogen and on ZDF’s programme “Chart Attack”, he demonstrated his abilities early on in his career. Diehl has been with TSG since 2005 and is a Hoffenheim fan, but he only visited the stadium for the first time in 1999. He has been the presenter of matchdays since the club achieved promotion to the 2. Bundesliga in 2007. He is also responsible for all things charity related and oversees the organisation of the stadium tours.
Telefon: +49 (0) 7261 - 94 93 250
Fax: +49 (0) 7261 - 94 93 000
Michael Pisot has been the TSG fan representative since April 2014. The 47-year-old was previously on the board of the “Supporters Hoffenheim” fan association. He has been the representative for TSG fans at away games since summer 2013. Pisot sees himself as the link between the fans and the club: “It is a job which is a lot of fun for me and always offers new challenges.”
Emil Vetter Fan representative (U23s)
It is no exaggeration to label Emil Vetter as a TSG veteran. Born in Sinsheim, he has had ties to Hoffenheim since the 1995/96 season. In the Verbandsliga he was the only fan with a drum and so was alone responsible for the rhythmic support of the team from the stands.
Emil Vetter was one of the founding members of the first Hoffenheim fan club “Zwingerclub” in 2000. A trained mechanic, he has been responsible for away game travel since 2001 and as a long time TSG fan, he always has time for the needs of the supporters.
Michael "Charly" Mildenberger
Telefon: +49 (0)151 18 01 55 76
Michael "Charly" Mildenberger grew up in the Kraichgau and played several times for TSV Dühren at the Dietmar-Hopp-Stadion. As founder and president of the “integrative fan club”, a group which looks after the interests of disabled football enthusiasts, and through his 20 years of experience working with disabled people, he was the obvious choice for the role of disabled representative at TSG.
Along with his team, he helps disabled fans and their companions enter the stadium and find their places, looks after their special needs and also provides electric blankets in the winter. Inclusion, integration and participation are the essential words in what he does.