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ARD paying €135m for DFB Pokal domestic rights - SportsPro Media
German public-*service* broadcaster ARD will pay an increased €135 million (US$154 million) for domestic coverage of the DFB Pokal over the next three
SportsPro Media (20 hours ago)
Bayern to begin DFB-Pokal defence at Energie Cottbus - Sportstar
Niko Kovac's Bayern Munich will visit a fallen former Bundesliga outfit at the first hurdle of their DFB-Pokal defence.
Sportstar (1 week ago)
What Do Germany Have To Do To Get Anyone At Home To Pay Attention? - Deadspin
BERLIN — “We play for a nation that doesn't even know our name.” So begins a video released last mont
Deadspin (1 week ago)
Bayern Munich's Summer Transfer Window Deadlock - Forbes
On Wednesday Bayern Munich sent Mats Hummels for €38 million to Borussia Dortmund. The defender felt
Forbes (2 days ago)
The Return Of The Lost Son - Mats Hummels Back At Borussia Dortmund - Forbes
Eight long years Mats Hummels guarded Borussia Dortmund's backline. Signed from Bayern Munich's youth
Forbes (6 days ago)
Bayern At The Double As They Win The DFB Pokal – Bundesliga Zeitung - World Football Index
Rather than some kind of formality for Bayern München, the DFB Pokal final between the Bundesliga champions and RB Leipzig was rightly a game that many
World Football Index (4 weeks ago)
Bayern start German Cup defence at Cottbus - BeSoccer EN
Niko Kovac's Bayern Munich will visit a fallen former Bundesliga outfit at the first hurdle of their DFB-Pokal defence.
BeSoccer EN (1 week ago)
A new BFW Series: Five Bayern Munich games that defined the 1960s - Bavarian Football Works
In the new series, BFW will discuss five games Bayern Munich played that defined a given decade for the fans.
Bavarian Football Works (2 weeks ago)


About DFB Pokal

The German Cup, also known as the DFB-Pokal is a German elimination football tournament, which is the second most important national football competition in Germany after the Bundesliga.

The first edition of the tournament was held in 1935, but the competition was suspended from 1944 to 1953 due to World War II and the aftermath of the conflict. It was later re-started under its current format, which includes 64 teams: 36 teams from the Bundesliga and the Bundesliga II, the four best teams of the German third division and 24 clubs from regional associations. All rounds are decided in a one-game KO tie.

The winner of the DFB Pokal is awarded an entry to the UEFA Europa League. The 2017-18 season saw Eintracht Frankfurt defeating Bayern München at Olympiastadion in Berlin, which has served as the venue for the final match since 1985.

The 2018-19 DFB Pokal started on August 17, 2018, and is set to conclude on May 25, 2019.  Bayern München is the most winning team in this competition, with 18 titles to their name. 

Did you know? Six coaches share the honor of winning three DFB Pokal titles. The last manager to join this list was Thomas Schaaf when he led Werder Bremen to the title in 2009.

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