TSG 1899 Hoffenheim

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1899 Hoffenheim
Full name Turn- und Sportgemeinschaft
1899 Hoffenheim e.V.
Founded 1 January 1899
Ground Rhein-Neckar-Arena, Sinsheim
(capacity: 30,150)
Chairman

Germany Jochen A. Rotthaus

Germany Frank Briel
Manager Germany Holger Stanislawski
League Bundesliga
2010–11 Bundesliga, 11th
Website Club home page

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim is a football club based in Hoffenheim, a suburb of Sinsheim, Baden-Württemberg. They play in the German Bundesliga In the year 2000 they played in the 5th division but in 2008 they promoted to the Bundesliga. It was possible with the financial help of the software mogul Dietmar Hopp. The financial help was widely critizied by other clubs, fans and by some in the German press. The most important points were the lack of tradition and the inproper fan base, because Hoffenheim has only 3 300 inhabitants.

Honors[change | change source]

The club's honours:

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Youth[change | change source]

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Current squad[change | change source]

The first team squad as of 15 May, 2013

No. Position Player
1 Germany GK Tim Wiese
2 Germany DF Andreas Beck (captain)
4 Germany DF Stefan Thesker
6 Germany MF Sebastian Rudy
7 Germany MF Boris Vukčević
8 Serbia FW Filip Malbašić
9 Germany FW Sven Schipplock
10 Belgium FW Igor de Camargo
11 Switzerland FW Eren Derdiyok
12 Argentina DF David Abraham
13 United States MF Daniel Williams
14 Brazil DF Chris
15 France DF Mathieu Delpierre
16 United States DF Fabian Johnson
17 Germany MF Tobias Weis
18 Spain FW Joselu
19 Germany GK Jens Grahl
20 Tunisia MF Ahmed Sassi
21 Germany DF Patrick Ochs
No. Position Player
22 Brazil MF Roberto Firmino
23 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Sejad Salihović
24 Austria FW Michael Gregoritsch
25 Peru MF Luis Advíncula
28 Germany DF Pelle Jensen
29 Denmark DF Jannik Vestergaard
30 Belgium GK Koen Casteels
31 Germany FW Kevin Volland
32 Italy MF Vincenzo Grifo
33 Japan MF Takashi Usami
34 Brazil GK Heurelho Gomes
36 Germany DF Jeremy Toljan
39 Germany MF Andreas Ludwig
40 Philippines MF Stephan Schröck
41 Ghana MF Afriyie Acquah
42 Poland MF Eugen Polanski
43 Germany DF Robin Szarka
44 Germany DF Patrick Schorr
45 Germany DF Niklas Süle

Players out on loan[change | change source]

No. Position Player
Zimbabwe FW Knowledge Musona (to FC Augsburg)
Germany MF Tobias Strobl (to 1. FC Köln)
Germany MF Denis Streker (to Dynamo Dresden)
No. Position Player
United States MF Joseph-Claude Gyau (to FC St. Pauli)
Netherlands DF Edson Braafheid (to FC Twente Enschede)

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