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Table

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
1 Bayern München 32 26 4 2 75 15 +60 82 DWWWW
2 Borussia Dortmund 32 24 5 3 80 31 +49 77 WWWDW
3 Bayer Leverkusen 32 17 6 9 52 36 +16 57 WWWWW
4 Borussia M'gladbach 32 15 4 13 63 49 +14 49 DWLLW
5 Hertha BSC 32 14 7 11 41 40 +1 49 LLLDL
6 Schalke 04 32 14 6 12 46 47 -1 48 WLLDL
7 Mainz 05 32 13 7 12 43 41 +2 46 DLLDW
8 Köln 32 10 11 11 36 40 -4 41 DWWLD
9 Ingolstadt 32 10 10 12 30 37 -7 40 LDLWW
10 Wolfsburg 32 10 9 13 43 48 -5 39 LLLDL
11 Hamburger SV 32 10 8 14 37 44 -7 38 DWLLW
12 Augsburg 32 9 10 13 40 48 -8 37 DWWWL
13 Hoffenheim 32 9 10 13 38 49 -11 37 WLWWD
14 Darmstadt 98 32 8 11 13 36 50 -14 35 LLWWD
15 Stuttgart 31 9 6 16 46 63 -17 33 LLLDL
16 Eintracht Frankfurt 32 8 9 15 33 51 -18 33 WWLLL
17 Werder Bremen 31 8 7 16 43 63 -20 31 LWLLD
18 Hannover 96 32 6 4 22 29 59 -30 22 LDWDL
Champions League (Group Stage)
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Europa League (Group Stage)
Europa League (Qualification)
Relagation Play-off
Relegation - 2. Bundesliga

 

Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
R. Lewandowski Bayern München 27 1
P. Aubameyang Borussia Dortmund 25 3
T. Müller Bayern München 20 5
J. Hernández Bayer Leverkusen 17 1
S. Kalou Hertha BSC 14 2
A. Modeste Köln 14 3
Raffael Borussia M'gladbach 13 1
C. Pizarro Werder Bremen 13 5
S. Wagner Darmstadt 98 13 2
A. Meier Eintracht Frankfurt 12 1
D. Didavi Stuttgart 11 2
H. Mkhitaryan Borussia Dortmund 11 0
M. Reus Borussia Dortmund 11 1
M. Hartmann Ingolstadt 10 6
K. Huntelaar Schalke 04 10 2

Channels licensed to broadcast Bundesliga in United States

Fox Deportes
2015-2020
Fox Soccer 2GO USA
2015-2018
All 306 Games of the German Bundesliga will be available to watch LIVE on Fox Soccer 2 GO.
Fox Sports 1 USA
2015-2020
Exclusive Bundesliga rights in the USA.
Fox Sports GO
2015-2020
GOLTV USA
2012-2016
One World Sports
2014-2016
One World Sports shows the Bayern Munich Club Channel TV program, which airs re-broadcasts of the Bundesliga matches and highlights for Bayern Munich.

 

News

PHOTOS: Dortmund fans blast Hummels after handing in a transfer request
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The yellow-and-black captain told the club he wants to leave and join Bayern Munich next season, something that didn't go down well with the team's supporters.
Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez leaving the EPL this summer?
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The Chilean ace has been sought out by Carlo Ancelotti, who wants to lure him away to Bayern Munich as soon as possible.
Chicharito caps an amazing comeback with game-winning goal [Tweets]
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Bayer Leverkusen was two goals behind after the first half, but three goals in a seven-minute stretch gave Die Werkself a huge win against Schalke.
WATCH: Douglas Costa seals the deal for Bayern with 25-yard missile
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The Brazilian's shot was so strong that it ended bending the goalie's hands backwards. Bayern has an eight point lead atop of the Bundesliga.
STUNNING: Chicharito returns to his goal scoring ways with this GOLAZO! [Video]
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The Mexican striker came in from the bench to score Bayer Leverkusen's second goal against Wolfsburg. He is now fourth in the Bundesliga's goal scoring charts.
Bayern's Bundesliga title celebrations put on ice after draw - Centre Daily Times
Centre Daily Times
Bayern's Thomas Mueller, foreground, and Moenchengladbach's Havard Nordtveit challenge for the ball during the German Bundesliga soccer match between FC Bayern Munich and Borussia Moenchengladbach at the Allianz Arena stadium in Munich, ...
US soccer phenom Christian Pulisic is pumping up fans in the German Bundesliga - Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
Christian Pulisic isn't even old enough to drive a car in Germany. But the 17-year-old American has driven soccer fans here into a frenzy since breaking into the first team at Borussia Dortmund in January. With his goal against Hamburg SV last weekend, ...
Germany approves break-up of Bundesliga soccer viewing rights - Reuters UK
Reuters UK
FRANKFURT Germany's federal cartel office has approved plans to stop any single buyer from winning all the live television rights for Bundesliga soccer matches for the four seasons starting in 2017. The watchdog said in a statement that it would be ...

 

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About Bundesliga

Founded in 1963, the German Bundesliga is one of the top domestic leagues in Europe. It is organized by the German Football Association and is also known as the “Fußball-Bundesliga” or “1. Bundesliga”. It counts a total of 18 football clubs competing for the Bundesliga title. The league has a promotion-relegation system just like most European football leagues. The German league is unlike other top European leagues in that it has an extended break over the Christmas season where the campaign stops for a period over 1 month (5-6 weeks). The current 2014-15 German Bundesliga champions are Bayern Munich led by Pep Guardiola..

Did you know? Borussia Dortmund boasts the record of the most supported club. In each of the last 10 season, they have recorded the highest average attendance, peaking at an average of 80,463 spectators per match during the 2014-15 Bundesliga season.

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