As of recent, the happiness of a player at a side has become central to their future. The days when talents used to warm the benches and count their days seem to be the thing of the past. In the modern game, potential isn’t permitted to be wasted and agents ensure that players with a…Read More
A club like Manchester United is almost always on the hunt for the next big player in Europe. Be it in their elusive search for an apt no.7 or in the commercial urge at Old Trafford to capitalize on the future, the Red Devils feature prominently amongst the list of clubs linked with promising youngsters.…Read More
United’s summer transfer pursuits were heavily critiqued as the much-anticipated culling and squad overhaul didn’t occur. Only three signings were made by the club and despite the fact that all three shone on their debuts, many supporters of the Old Trafford outfit still felt that a side of United’s stature ought to have spent more…Read More
Romelu Lukaku is a player who has had a mixed time at Old Trafford. When Manchester United first secured him from Everton, the Red Devils had hoped that the Belgian would solve their goalscoring woes. His inaugural season did appear to fulfill just that, as he netted 21 goals in all competitions and seemed to…Read More
Manchester United have enquired about the possibility of signing Robert Lewandowski. The Poland international has recorded the lowest tally of goals this season since his switch to Bayern Munich, and despite that, he looks set to win the Bundesliga Golden Boot, with 22 goals to his name. The Bavarians are just a point away from…Read More
Jadon Sancho has made a decision regarding his future. The England international has simply been sublime this term, having bagged 12 goals and 19 assists for Borussia Dortmund throughout the campaign. His performances have naturally attracted numerous suitors, including Manchester United, who have reportedly placed the 19-year-old right on top of their summer wishlist. But…Read More
Chelsea and Manchester United could be set to battle it out for James Rodriguez. The Colombian international is set to return to Real Madrid at the end of the season, once his ongoing two-year loan deal with Bayern Munich expires. The Bundesliga giants have opted to not sign James on a permanent basis, after the…Read More
Such is the nature of the Bundesliga that despite hosting several big names and playing fairly attractive football, the league often loses out in comparison with the more star-studded competitions in Europe. In fact, the German teams seem to only make the news when one of their marquee players is potentially on the radars of…Read More
Jadon Sancho has expressed his desire to return to Manchester. The England international has been in stunning form for Borussia Dortmund all season, having been directly involved in 29 goals in all competitions so far this campaign. His performances have undoubtedly attracted interest from various European giants. However, according to M.E.N, Sancho is keen on…Read More
Three Premier League giants have expressed their interest in signing RB Leipzig sporting director Paul Mitchell. Mitchell has amassed quite a reputation in world football, having been responsible for discovering numerous world-class talents at his current as well as former clubs. Whilst at Southampton, he unearthed talents like Sadio Mane, Dusan Tadic and Graziano Pelle.…Read More
Bundesliga News & Results
The Bundesliga, also referred to as Fußball-Bundesliga, is the primary football competition in Germany. It was founded by the German Football Association in the year 1962, and its first season was played in 1963.
This decorated German competition is the topmost football league in the world when it comes to average stadium attendances. The league recorded an overall average of 45,134 fans per game during the 2011-12 season, which was the second highest of any sports league in the world, following the American National Football League (NFL).
Bundesliga is contested by 18 of the best clubs in Germany. Each team faces the 17 others two times per season, which lasts from August to May.
The competition has undergone various structural changes since its formation. Initially, a Bundesliga win awarded a club 2 points, whereas a draw was worth 1 point, and a loss worth none. But since the 1995-96 season, each teams receives 3 points for a win, with the points for draws and losses still unchanged. The team with the most number of points following the completion of all the 360 matches wins the title.
In case of ties, the factors used to break the ties are Goal difference, followed by goals scored, total points gained in head-to-head results, goals scored in head-to-head games, away goals scored in head-to-head games, and lastly, total number of away goals scored in the entire season.
So far, out of the 54 teams that have taken part in this competition since its establishment, only 12 have managed to win it: FC Bayern Munich (25 titles), Borussia Monchengladbach and Borussia Dortmund (5), Werder Bremen (4), Hamburger SV and VfB Stuttgart (3), 1. FC Koln and FC Kaiserslautern (2), TSV 1860 Munich, Eintracht Braunschweig, 1. FC Nurnberg and VfL Wolfsburg (1).
Here at BlameFootball, we provide a thorough coverage of Bundesliga news. We make available all the in-detail information of not just the Bundesliga results after every game, but also the live scores, team news, interviews, and match analysis, along with the trending Bundesliga transfer news and speculation.