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|Saturday, 3 December 2016|
|Repeat||1:00pm||Wolfsburg vs Hertha BSC||Fox Deportes|
|Repeat||4:00pm||Bayer Leverkusen vs Freiburg||Fox Soccer Plus, Fox Deportes|
|Delay||4:30pm||Hoffenheim vs Köln||GOLTV USA, GolTV Espanol|
|Repeat||6:00pm||Borussia Dortmund vs Borussia M'gladbach||Fox Soccer Plus|
|Delay||6:30pm||Werder Bremen vs Ingolstadt||GOLTV USA, GolTV Espanol|
|Sunday, 4 December 2016|
|Repeat||6:00am||Borussia Dortmund vs Borussia M'gladbach||Fox Sports Arizona, ESPN + Latin America|
|Repeat||6:00am||RB Leipzig vs Schalke 04||Fox Sports Tennessee|
|Repeat||9:00am||Mainz 05 vs Bayern München||Fox Sports Florida|
|Repeat||12:00pm||Mainz 05 vs Bayern München||Fox Sports West, MASN, MASN2|
|Repeat||3:00pm||Darmstadt 98 vs Hamburger SV||Fox Soccer Plus, Fox Sports Philippines|
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Bundesliga Multi-Platform Broadcast Guide
Channels licensed to broadcast Bundesliga in United States
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Bayern aiming to reclaim top spot
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).
Bayern Munich extended their dominance over Borussia Dortmund by claiming the 2015-16 title with a 10-point advantage over their rivals. VfB Stuttgart and Hannover 96 finished in 17th and 18th position respectively. They were thus automatically relegated whereas 16th-placed Eintracht Frankfurt made the most of their relegation play-off to remain in the German top-flight.
Promoted sides SC Freiburg and RB Leipzig are part of the 2016-17 German Bundesliga campaign which runs from August 27, 2016 to May 20, 2017.
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 81,178 spectators per match during the 2015-16 Bundesliga season.