Getting to and from the stadium by car
TSG Hoffenheim's home game against VfL Wolfsburg (Sunday at 15:30 CET/Live Ticker at achtzehn99.de) at the PreZero Arena may cause delays when approaching or leaving the ground on the A6 in the directions of Mannheim and Heilbronn. In addition, it should be noted that this match is taking place towards the end of the Easter holidays and so there could be more traffic than usual.
Getting to and from the stadium by rail
To ensure a quick and safe journey, all trains generally stop at the station "Sinsheim Museum/Arena". From here, the PreZero Arena is accessible by foot in around 15 minutes. On home matchdays, Deutsche Bahn supplies additional trains to facilitate the arrival and departure of fans.
As was the case for the home game against Hertha Berlin, a section of track between Neckargemünd and Heidelberg will be closed on the day of the home game against VfL Wolfsburg and rail replacement services will be operating. There are plans for buses to transport spectators from Heidelberg directly to the PreZero Arena and back. You will find all the important info about this here.
Local bus transport
On matchdays, a shuttle service transports fans from the train station at Sinsheim (Elsenz) to the stadium and vice versa. A shuttle service has been established on seven bus lines which transport fans from communities surrounding Sinsheim directly to the stadium. The shuttle bus service replaces the regular line service approximately two and a half hours before kick-off and runs on an hourly basis. Around 15-60 minutes after the final whistle, these shuttle buses then travel in the opposite direction to their respective last stops. Further information on the bus timetable can be found here.
Further information on arrival and departure as well as parking possibilties in the vicinity of the PreZero Arena can be found here.