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Table

 

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
1 RB Leipzig 18 12 4 2 51 21 +30 40 WWDWW
2 Bayern München 18 11 3 4 50 22 +28 36 WWWWL
3 Borussia M'gladbach 18 11 2 5 33 20 +13 35 LDWLW
4 Borussia Dortmund 18 9 6 3 46 27 +19 33 WLDWW
5 Schalke 04 18 9 6 3 31 21 +10 33 WDDWL
6 Bayer Leverkusen 18 9 4 5 27 22 +5 31 WWLLW
7 Freiburg 18 8 5 5 29 24 +5 29 WDLLW
8 Hoffenheim 18 8 3 7 26 30 -4 27 LWWLL
9 Wolfsburg 18 6 6 6 19 21 -2 24 LLDWL
10 Augsburg 18 6 5 7 31 36 -5 23 LLWWW
11 Eintracht Frankfurt 18 6 3 9 29 30 -1 21 WLLLD
12 Union Berlin 18 6 2 10 21 27 -6 20 LLLDW
13 Köln 18 6 2 10 22 33 -11 20 WWWWL
14 Hertha BSC 18 5 4 9 22 33 -11 19 LDWWD
15 Mainz 05 18 6 0 12 26 41 -15 18 LLWLL
16 Werder Bremen 18 4 5 9 24 41 -17 17 WLLLL
17 Fortuna Düsseldorf 18 4 3 11 18 37 -19 15 LWLLL
18 Paderborn 18 3 3 12 21 40 -19 12 LWLDW
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Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
R. LewandowskiBayern Munich 20 3
T. WernerRB Leipzig 20 3
R. HenningsFortuna Dusseldorf 11 3
F. NiederlechnerAugsburg 10 1
J. SanchoBorussia Dortmund 10 0
M. ReusBorussia Dortmund 9 0
S. AnderssonUnion Berlin 8 1
N. PetersenFreiburg 8 1
Gonçalo PaciênciaEintracht Frankfurt 7 1
R. QuaisonMainz 05 7 0
M. RashicaWerder Bremen 7 2
M. SabitzerRB Leipzig 7 0
S. SerdarSchalke 04 7 0
K. VollandBayer Leverkusen 7 0
W. WeghorstWolfsburg 7 1

Channels licensed to broadcast Bundesliga in United States

ESPN
ESPN » Seasons 2020-2026
ESPN has acquired multi-platform broadcast rights to the German Bundesliga in USA, which will run from 2020 through 2026. The broacaster will cover every game live on its streaming service ESPN+, whereas its linear TV networks will telecast select Bundesliga games every season. The deal also includes exclusive programs and match highlights.
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ESPN+ » Premium OTT platform ESPN+ will stream all 306 Bundesliga matches live and on demand, every season in USA. Coverage will be provided both in English and Spanish languages. The games will be available to watch through the ESPN App, on both Android and iOS tablets and smartphones, as well as on PC an Mac.
Fox Sports
Fox Sports » Seasons 2015-2020
FOX has acquired multi-platform rights to the Bundesliga in USA. The network earned the rights to the league following a massive 5-year global media rights deal it signed in 2015. FOX will telecast Bundesliga matches every week in both English and Spanish languages on its family of U.S. channels, including Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2 and Fox Soccer Plus.
More details Comprehensive Bundesliga streaming will be available online and on a wide variety of devices via cross-platform service Fox Soccer Match Pass. Fox Sports’ website and official apps mirroring linear Fox Sports TV channels will make the games available to subscribers in USA as well.
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Univision Communications Inc
Univision Communications Inc » Seasons 2017-2020
Univision has secured Spanish-language broadcast rights to the German Bundesliga, following a sublicensing agreement with FOX in USA. The package of rights obtained from Fox Deportes allows TUDN and UniMás to telecast three live matches every week, along with preview and recap shows. Bundesliga matches aired live on TUDN will be available to stream online and on mobile devices via TUDN’s official website and apps, whereas games picked by UniMás may be available to stream on cross-platform service Univision NOW.
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fuboTV
fuboTV » Seasons 2015-2020
As an online carrier supporting Fox Sports and Univision networks, fuboTV has inherited digital German Bundesliga broadcast rights in USA. The OTT platform will therefore stream matches live, both in English and Spanish language, to its subscribers. The games will be available to watch on Amazon Fire TV, Android (mobile and TV), iOS, Apple TV and Roku, to name a few compatible devices and platforms.
UEFA TV
UEFA TV » Season 2019
UEFA have obtained an agreement with Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL) to stream German Bundesliga content on their international OTT service, UEFA.tv. A separate channel on the global streaming platform will serve as an archive for replays of past Bundesliga matches. UEFA TV will additionally provide magazine shows such as Bundesliga Special, and highlights from weekend matches.

 

News

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The German goalkeeper seems determined to hold on to Die Roten's No.1 spot, even if the club is already thinking about life after him.
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If true, the Reds would eclipse the amount they spent to land Van Dijk.
Haaland's secret exit clause in Borussia Dortmund contract revealed
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The Norwegian starlet did not waste the opportunity to think about his future when signing with the black and yellow club.
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The Norwegian international has lifted the lid on his move to the Bundesliga outfit.
Revealed: Why RB Salzburg wonderkid Erling Haaland actually snubbed Manchester United for Dortmund
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The 19-year-old sensation penned a new deal with the German club despite initial claims suggesting that the Red Devils were closing in on his signing.
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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 German league is unlike other top European leagues in the sense that it has an extended break over the Christmas season where the campaign stops for a period of 1 month (5-6 weeks), mainly due to the weather conditions.

This league hosts a variety of top-caliber clubs that have made a name for themselves in European football. Without a doubt, Bayern München is he most recognizable German team, with other notable sides being Borussia Dortmund, Schalke 04, Bayer Leverkusen and Eintracht Frankfurt.

The German top-flight operates under a promotion-relegation system, with three teams being relegated at the end of each season. Three teams from the Bundesliga II league take their places to see 18 sides playing for the title year in and year out. The 2018-19 campaign saw Vfb Stuttgart, Hannover 96 and Nürnberg getting relegated, while Union Berlin, Köln and FC Paderborn being promoted to the top league in German football.

In May 2019, Bayern Munich extended their league record by winning a seventh Bundesliga title in a row. Die Roten managed to do so with a two-point margin against Borussia Dortmund, who were not able to hold on to the top spot they had for most of the season. This was Bayern’s 28th Bundesliga title.

The 2019-20 German Bundesliga campaign runs from August 16, 2019 to May 16, 2020. This will be quite a special season for Union Berlin, as they have become the 56th different team to earn a spot in the Bundesliga.

Did you know? Robert Lewandowski enters the 2019-20 season as the top active scorer in the Bundesliga. With 207 goals. If he keeps his usual goalscoring rate, he could end the season as the third most prolific scorer in the German top-flight’s history.

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