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2017/2018 Bundesliga broadcast guide

2017/18 German Bundesliga global broadcast guide to watch on TV, online, on-demand

August 4, 2017 By Michelle Bonsu
Learn how to tune into the Bundesliga on TV and Online. LiveSoccerTV.com provides info on who the global broadcasters are for the German Bundesliga across the globe by country.

Global Broadcasters for German Bundesliga

Bundesliga (2017-18 Season) – USA Broadcasters

Fox Sports has the rights to all Bundesliga matches, all of them being available to stream live on Fox Soccer Match Pass. In addition to total streaming access for subscribers, Fox Sports viewers will also be able to enjoy live matches on television on Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, Fox Soccer Plus and Fox Deportes.

While automatic coverage will be available on FOX Sports GO, fuboTV will carry the televised games on its platform. Regarding Spanish coverage, GolTV Español will also broadcast live matches that are not shown on Fox Deportes.

Bundesliga (2017-18 Season) – Canada Broadcasters

Sportsnet will broadcast the Bundesliga live in Canada on digital cable and satellite channel Sportsnet World. Other games will be available to subscribers exclusively online on Sportsnet World Now.

Bundesliga (2017-18 Season) – UK Broadcasters

BT Sport is the official Bundesliga broadcaster in the UK, with live coverage on BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport 3, BT Sport ESPN and BT Sport Extra. Subscribers will also have the chance to stream games online via the network’s website, and on mobile via the BT Sport app.

Bundesliga (2017-18 Season) - Australian Broadcasters

beIN SPORTS will telecast the Bundesliga live in Australia, with matches spread on its portfolio of channels. Digital subscription platform beIN SPORTS CONNECT will also stream all matches online and on its Android and iOS app.

For a list of additional countries, please visit the Bundesliga competition page to view specific territorial broadcasting rights.

NOTE: The broadcast information on this page will be regularly updated as new broadcast information is confirmed. Please bookmark the page to check back.

How can I find out who is playing?
Visit our Bundesliga competition page for the most current official broadcast listings.

What is the current table ranking?
Visit our Bundesliga competition page for the latest table rankings.

2016-17 Bundesliga Info and Highlights:

Bundesliga Champions: Bayern Munich

Top Scorers: 

  • 1st: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 31 goals
  • 2nd: Robert Lewandowski - 30 goals
  • 3rd: Anthony Modeste - 25 goals

Most Assists

  • 1st: Emil Forsberg - 19 assists
  • Tied for 2nd: Ousmane Dembele & Thomas Muller - 12 assists
  • 3rd: Franck Ribery - 11 assists

Best Goalkeeper: Manuel Neuer - 14 clean sheets

Teams Relegated: Ingolstadt, Darmstadt

Who are the 2017-18 Bundesliga season promoted teams?

  • Promoted: Stuttgart, Hannover

Who qualified for the 2017-18 UEFA Champions League?

Bayern Munich, as champions of Germany, will have a chance to again try their luck in the Champions League. Die Roten haven't won the competition since 2013 and have been repeatedly thwarted at the semi-finals stage by Spanish opposition. RB Leipzig, who were in their first ever appearance in the top flight, managed to finish in second place and now their fairy tale will continue as they will also join die Roten in Europe's premier club competition. Borussia Dortmund will join the aforementioned duo as Germany's third automatic representative, whilst Hoffenheim will have to await who their opponent will be, with the drawing set to take place shortly.

Who qualified for the 2017-18 UEFA Europa League?

Because Dortmund won the DFB-Pokal, Hertha Berlin will join Koln in the Europa League group stage. Germany could also have a third represenative in Europe's second-tier club competition if Freiburg can successfully navigate their way past a two-legged third-round play-off against Slovak outfit NK Domzale - and then another play-off round that will be determined shortly.

What were the biggest summer transfers?

Some of the biggest signings are Bayern Munich's acquisitions of Corentin Tolisso from Lyon for €41.5M and James Rodriguez on a 2-year loan deal from Bayern Munich, whilst Borussia Dortmund spent €20M to bring in Maximilian Philipp from Freiburg. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been linked with a move away, as has Bayern's Renato Sanches, and it remains to be seen what other transfer moves transpire before the window shuts next month.

What were the biggest managerial changes before the start of the season?

Arguably the biggest managerial change was the sacking of Borussia Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel. Despite helping die Schwarzgelben clinch the DFB Pokal - eliminating Bayern Munich along the way - issues with the board saw Tuchel dismissed, and former Ajax boss Peter Bosz was appointed in his stead. Mainz also fired Martin Schmidt this past May and hired Sandro Schwarz a week later, whilst Turkish tactician Tayfun Korkut's contract expired at Bayer Leverkusen, so he was replaced by Heiko Herrlich. Finally, Schalke also opted to make some modifications, dismissing Markus Weinzierl and bringing in young German-Italian tactician Domenico Tedesco in a bid to revive the club's fortunes this season. 

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Japan vs Poland
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[W57] vs [W58]
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[W59] vs [W60]
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