Details of Hoffenheim and the Ticket Luck value
Over the last decade, a few football clubs in the world can match the fairytale rise of the TSG 1899 Hoffenheim. Also known as the 1899 Hoffenheim, this team made it big by rising from the minor leagues to the top. This club captured imagination of many a sport fans when they raised form the fifth division in 2000 to the highest tier of the German football league system, Bundesliga in 2008.
Until the club entered the professional division, 1899 Hoffenheim's home stadium was the Dietmar-Hopp-Stadion. Built at the turn of the century, the facility was never planned to host a first class team as it has a capacity of approximately five thousand spectators. TSG 1899 Hoffenheim management were forced to address this situation and they decided to construct a brand new stadium that would be able to accommodate more than thirty thousand fans. The club played their first match at the newly constructed stadium named Rhein-Neckar-Arena in 2009.
The modern incarnation of the club can be traced back to the end of the WWII, when a local gymnastics and football club merged to form Turn- und Sportgemeinschaft 1899 Hoffenheim e.V. Until the start of the1990s, 1899 Hoffenheim was essentially an amateur outfit consisting of local enthusiast and were part of division-8 (Baden-Württemberg A-Liga). Over the next six years, the club changed gears a bit and were promoted thrice to reach the fifth division, the Verbandsliga Nordbaden. However, after reaching the fifth division, 1899 Hoffenheim seemed to have plateaued until a former member of the club, multi-millionaire Dietmar Hopp took interest in the affairs of the club and injected formidable funds to improve it. It worked wonders for the team, as Hoffenheim topped the Verbandsliga and was consequently promoted to Oberliga Baden-Württemberg (division IV).
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim repeated the feat again in 2001 to be promoted to Regionalliga Süd (division III). The club made major investments by adding new players, technical staff as well as facilities after entering the third division. These would bear fruit in the form of the club getting promoted the second division Bundesliga in 2006-2007. The most astonishing results were however still to come, as 1899 Hoffenheim, in its first year as a profession football outfit, finished second in division-II, and hence were promoted to the highest professional football league in Germany, Bundesliga (division1).
1899 Hoffenheim is still playing in the Bundesliga and are working hard to improve their game and finish in the top five of the league and be eligible to play in the UEFA Europa League a tournament of the top clubs from all over Europe. The 1899 Hoffenheim club roaster currently boasts many talented players from Germany as well as around the world. These include Daniel Williams & Fabian Johnson (US), Roberto Firmino (Brazil), Takashi Usami (Japan) and the goal keeper Koen Casteels (Belgium).
The club continues to enthrall local and international football fans with its awesome game play. Enliven your sporty soul with TSG 1899 Hoffenheim tickets. TSG 1899 Hoffenheim tickets are this season's hottest buy, purchase them before they are gone.