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Hoffenheim 2015/16 Home Kit XXL

Hoffenheim 2015/16 Home Kit XXL

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This beautiful kit is in fantastic condition. Manufactured by Lotto and a size XXL. 

Hoffenheim's success has been partly attributed to the significant financial backing of billionaire Dietmar Hopp, who is one of the co-founders of software company SAP. Hopp's investments have played a crucial role in the club's ascent through the German football pyramid.

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim is based in the village of Sinsheim, which has a population of around 36,000. The club's rise from the lower divisions to the Bundesliga was meteoric, considering the size of its hometown.

Hoffenheim's performance during the 2015/16 season in all competitions was as follows:

  1. Bundesliga (German top-flight league): Hoffenheim finished in 15th place in the Bundesliga during the 2015/16 season. They accumulated 37 points in 34 matches, which was enough to secure their place in the top division for the following season.

  2. DFB-Pokal (German Cup): Hoffenheim was eliminated in the first round.

Some of the key players for Hoffenheim during that season included:

  1. Kevin Volland: The German forward was one of the standout players for Hoffenheim. He was known for his pace and goal-scoring ability.

  2. Sebastian Rudy: The versatile midfielder was an important part of the team and was known for his passing and defensive abilities.

  3. Niklas Süle: The young German defender was a promising talent and played a crucial role in the defense.

  4. Jonathan Schmid: The French midfielder was known for his work rate and ability to contribute both defensively and offensively.

  5. Eugen Polanski: The experienced Polish midfielder provided stability in the midfield for the team.

  6. Mark Uth: The striker was another key figure in the team's attack.

  7. Eduardo Vargas: The Chilean forward was known for his speed and goal-scoring ability. He was on loan at Hoffenheim during that season from Napoli.                          
  8. Jin-Su Kim: The South Korean left-back provided defensive support and contributed to the attack.                                                                                               
  9. Tarik Elyounoussi: The Norwegian winger/midfielder added depth to the team's attacking options.                                                                                                               
  10. Kevin Kuranyi: The experienced German striker had a brief stint with Hoffenheim during that season, bringing his goal-scoring experience to the team.                            
  11. Joelinton: The Brazilian forward made his debut for Hoffenheim during that season and showed promise as a young talent.                                                           
  12. Steven Zuber: The Swiss winger/midfielder added depth to the squad's midfield and attack.
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