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.

CONTACTS

Carsten Lindwurm Head of fan support / Fan representative Telefon: +49 (0) 7261 - 94 93 250
Fax: +49 (0) 7261 - 94 93 102
Email: carsten.lindwurm@achtzehn99.de
Carsten Lindwurm
Head of fan support / Fan representative

Carsten has been head of Hoffenheim’s fan support since April 2018. The 33-year-old is a familiar face in the TSG fan community, having worked on ‘Fanprojekt Hoffenheim’ between 2011 and 2013. He also continued to work in the professional fan scene after that. Together with his team, he is now the main point of contact for all TSG fans at home and away games in the Bundesliga, the DFB-Pokal or even on the European stage.

He considers openness a key part of his work at TSG. “I’m always happy to lend an ear to any fan with any problem,” says Carsten, adding: “TSG have made huge strides when it comes to fan culture in recent years. Together with my team, I want to play my part in making sure we continue down that path.”

Lukas Zülch Fan representative Email: lukas.zuelch@achtzehn99.de
Lukas Zülch
Fan representative

Viktoria Keller Fan representative
Viktoria Keller
Fan representative

Stephanie Krotz Fan representative U23 Email: stephanie.krotz@achtzehn99.de
Stephanie Krotz
Fan representative U23

Michael "Charly" Mildenberger Disabled representative Telefon: +49 (0)151 18 01 55 76
Fax: +49 (0) 7261 - 94 93 102
Email: behindertenbetreuung@achtzehn99.de
Michael "Charly" Mildenberger
Disabled representative

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.