The Bundesliga is officially back! There is plenty of action during the first matchday, with BVB battering Augsburg and Bayern drawing 2-2 with Hertha. Union are given a lesson by RB Leipzig in their first appearance in the top tier.
32 games took place in the first round of the DFB Pokal, and the Bundesliga Diaries team review some of the best moments, including Verl’s victory against Augsburg and Claudio Pizarro’s history-making brace.
Part two of the preview is here! We discuss the title race, which should revolve around Dortmund and Bayern, as well as the race for Europe.
Finally, the new season is just around the corner, and the Bundesliga Diaries are back with our first episode of the campaign! We discuss the bottom six clubs from last season, as well as the three promoted sides. Part two will be out on Friday, so get this one listened to quick!
With the Bundesliga season now finished, the Bundesliga Diaries hands out its End of Season awards. They compile their first XI of the season, whilst also looking back at some of the most memorable moments the past campaign has thrown up.
What a great week of football! With the Bundesliga coming to a close, we had the DFB Pokal and the Bundesliga promotion/relegation play-off to look forward to. Bayern beat Leipzig to complete the double, whilst Union defeat Stuttgart to become just the fifth side from former East Germany to reach the promised land.
The Bundesliga is over, and what a season it has been! On matchday 34, Bayern beat Frankfurt 5-1 to lift the title for the seventh year in a row, whilst Leverkusen beat Hertha by the same scoreline to secure Champions League football for the next campaign.
The Bundesliga is going to the wire! Dortmund beat Fortuna Düsseldorf 3-2 whilst Bayern draw 0-0 with Leipzig which means that the title will be decided in matchday 34. Hannover and Nürnberg are relegated, whilst the fight for the Champions League places goes on.
The title race is all but over! Dortmund are now four points behind with two games to play as they draw 2-2 with Bremen. Bayern beat Hannover 3-1 to leave themselves needing just one more win to lift the title. Frankfurt are hammered 6-1 by Leverkusen, while Leipzig draw 3-3 at Mainz.
The Bundesliga offers up excitement on a weekly basis, and matchday 31 is no different! Dortmund fall to Schalke at home, with Reus and Wolf sent off, whilst Nürnberg almost beat Bayern. Leipzig secure their Champions League qualification, whilst the race for Europe remains as tight as ever.