RB Leipzig owner Dietrich Mateschitz has revealed that the club has rejected a £66m offer from Liverpool for their star player Naby Keita. Despite the strong and persistent interest from the Reds, the Bundesliga runner-ups have remained staunch over their decision of not selling the Guinea international. In fact, Mateschitz recently talked to German publication Bild…Read More
In what could be one of the most shocking transfer stories so far, Liverpool have emerged as new suitors for Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller. German outlet Bild has reported that Jurgen Klopp is a huge admirer of Muller, and has asked his administration to sign the German at any cost. Chelsea, Arsenal, and Juventus…Read More
Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has revealed that the club is ready to let go of Renato Sanches, but only if an interested party matches the €48m valuation for him. Soon after being voted as the best young talent at the Euro 2016, Sanches garnered a lot of attention from all major clubs in Europe,…Read More
There are no signs of AC Milan slowing down their recruitment process this summer, as a deal for Bayern’s Sanches is now on the cards. Having signed 8 players already, AC Milan are far from done in the transfer window, as the Italian giants now set their sights on the forgotten Renato Sanches. The Portuguese…Read More
RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita has rejected an approach by Manchester City to speed up his Liverpool move, reports to Foot224 journalist Amadou Makadji. Liverpool will be encouraged by their transfer target’s recent activity, where the Guinean refused to entertain an approach by rivals Manchester City. Jurgen Klopp’s side is yet to reach an agreement with…Read More
Manchester United could pursue Bayern’s Thomas Muller, after the Bundesliga giants recently signed James Rodriguez from Real Madrid on a two-year loan, as per reports. United have been previously linked with the German superstar, when Louis van Gaal was reportedly keen on signing the striker during his charge at Old Trafford. However, no move materialised,…Read More
It is almost that time of the year again. The season of frolic, mind blowing, breathtaking and non-stop club football is around the corner, and for the football fans, patience is almost out of the window. The players are back with their teams, and the managers are on their toes as they prepare master plans…Read More
Bayern Munich have announced the signing of Real Madrid attacking midfielder James Rodriguez on a two-year loan deal. The Colombian captain will have a medical with the reigning Bundesliga Champions before reuniting with former Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti, who signed him from Monaco back in 2014. The transfer, which could be made permanent in the summer of…Read More
Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has hinted that both Serge Gnabry and Renato Sanches could leave the club this summer on loan, in order to get more first-team experience. The duo may leave the German Champions very soon. It was reported that Gnabry, who joined the club last month on a three-year deal from Werder Bremen,…Read More
Borussia Dortmund star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will be staying with the Bundesliga giants for the 2017-18 season, according to the club’s sporting director, Michael Zorc. Aubameyang has been one of the hottest properties in the transfer market this season, and had garnered plenty of attention from several European clubs, as well as teams from the Chinese…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.