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Marcel Reif featured by “Schoog im Dialog”

Sun 28. Sep 2025 / 20.00 o'clock
Kurhaus Baden-Baden • Runder Saal
Talk series with Bernadette Schoog

Tickets: 28 € (free choice of seats). 92 € package price when booking all Schoog in Dialogue dates in 2025. Tickets are available online and in our ticket offices.

Four times a year, Bernadette Schoog invites prominent guests to the Kurhaus Baden-Baden for a discussion. Exciting personalities are asked about their lives, visions, ideas, influences and thoughts. A close-up, ninety-minute experience with an empathetic interviewer in a wonderful setting.

With Marcel Reif, Bernadette Schoog has a so-called "sports legend" as a guest, even if that says far too little for a journalist like Marcel Reif. And yet it is true, because on the one hand, playing soccer as a child saved his life, as he laconically reports, and on the other hand, there is of course hardly a reporter's name like his that is associated with this beautiful, elegant and articulate commentary.  
He has commentated on over 1500 games during his active career, has been showered with prizes, insulted by coaches, jeered at by fans and cheered by many... He will be able to tell countless stories on the stage of the Round Table that have not only been written by soccer in his life. A master of words who, as the son of a man who survived the Holocaust, makes his well-considered contribution even in times of political turmoil and burgeoning anti-Semitism, as he did last year in the Bundestag on the occasion of the commemoration of the victims of National Socialism. A moving and powerful speech that earned him a great deal of recognition from a completely different socially relevant side.

Photos: Marcel Reif, © Marcel Reif; Bernadette Schoog, © Peter M. Schoog

 

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