Bundesliga Live Scores, Odds & News
Are you a fan of the Bundesliga? Check who is sitting atop of the standings, latest results, or follow ongoing live matches in real-time, with a variety of Bundesliga match statistics and news.
In addition, Oddspedia provides live coverage with the latest Bundesliga news and headlines around the league, as well as detailed statistics such as the performance figures of all teams, giving you a deeper insight into the actual statistical probabilities. With some analytical skill, you can beat the bookmakers at their own game!
The Bundesliga consists of 18 teams, each competing once at home and once away from home. This means that each team plays a total of 34 Bundesliga matches in one season. All matches take place during the season (from August to May). From the total of nine matches per Bundesliga matchday, five matches are played on Saturday afternoon, one on Friday evening, one on Saturday evening, and one each on Sunday afternoon and Sunday evening.
It is also possible to select live matches if you want to find out the live results of the Bundesliga or place live bets.
Upcoming Bundesliga matches
You can find every Bundesliga match on Oddspedia. Upcoming games are updated several times a day so that all new information about the games that are about to start is always displayed. The Bundesliga consists of 18 teams which play against each other once at home and once away. This means that each team plays a total of 34 matches during a season. Use our calendar to find out which games are played on a specific date and click on Matchdays to filter games by a selected matchday of the competition.
On Oddspedia, you will find all results of the current Bundesliga season alongside those for previous seasons. Use the calendar to view the results for yesterdays matches or any other date. The results are available by match day as well as by match week. You can easily switch between seasons using the drop-down list next to the league name. Oddspedia not only provides you with the match results, but also with the goal scorers, the full commentary of each match, match statistics, historical odds and much more.
The Ultimate Bundesliga Guide: All about the Bundesliga
The Bundesliga was founded in 1962 and consists of 18 teams that play against each other twice, resulting in a total of 34 matchdays. During this time FC Bayern Munich is the most successful club in the country. A total of twelve clubs have won the German championship so far.
After the second world war and until 1989 (in football until 1991), Germany was divided into an Eastern part (German Democratic Republic) and the rest (Federal Republic Of Germany). This was a time before the Bundesliga in which the German championship had already been played over a long period of time in a tournament system with finals, as well as the East German championship of the GDR, which was organized by the East German counterpart to the DFB - the German Football Association (DFV). The following is therefore also a list of all German champions since 1903, including the East German champions at the time of the division of Germany until 1991, since it was not until the 1991/92 season that some East German teams were admitted to the Bundesliga.
The format of the Bundesliga
The Bundesliga has 18 clubs that play against each other twice during the season - one home game and one away game in each team. Each win is worth 3 points, each draw is worth 1 point and of course there are no points for a defeat. The ranking is by points. If they are equal at the end of the season, goal difference and goals scored are taken into account. The league also has a promotion and relegation system. The lowest 3 teams are relegated to the second Bundesliga and are replaced by the best 3 from there. The top 3 teams are sent to the draw in the champions group stage and the number 4 in the overall standings goes to the Europa League.
Bundesliga Records - Which team has the most titles?
Since the founding of the Bundesliga in 1962, the following twelve teams have won the German championship. The following is a list of the champion teams with the number of their titles in brackets.
- Bayern Munich (28 titles)
- Borussia Dortmund (5 titles)
- Borussia Mönchengladbach (5 titles)
- Werder Bremen (4 titles)
- Hamburger SV (3 titles)
- VfB Stuttgart (3 Titles)
- 1st FC Cologne (2 titles)
- 1. 1 FC Kaiserslautern (2 titles)
- Eintracht Braunschweig (1 title)
- TSV 1860 München (1 Title)
- 1. FC Nuremberg (1 title)
- VfL Wolfsburg (1 Title)
The all-time top scorers of the Bundesliga
Being on the list of Bundesliga top scorers of all time is like an entry in the history books. To get into the top 50, you have to be a gifted goal scorer and score over 100 goals, something few players manage to do in the course of their career. But to make it into the top 10, you have to be phenomenal. Here are - as of March 2020 - the ten best Bundesliga goal scorers of all time:
- Ger Müller (365 goals in 427 games)
- Klaus Fischer (268 goals in 535 games)
- Robert Lewandowski (227 goals in 313 games)
- Jupp Heynckes (220 goals in 369 games)
- Manfred Burgsmüller (213 goals in 447 games)
- Claudio Pizarro (197 goals in 487 games)
- Ulf Kirsten (182 goals in 350 games)
- Stefan Kuntz (179 goals in 449 games)
- Dieter Müller (177 goals in 303 games)
- Klaus Allofs (177 goals in 424 games)
The best Bundesliga coaches of all times
The Bundesliga has produced some of the best and most renowned international coaches, but also regularly attracts star coaches from other countries. When we talk about the greatest Bundesliga coach of all time, it’s impossible to forget the legendary Udo Lattek, who has won the Champions League with Bayern Munich, the UEFA Cup with Borussia Mönchengladbach and the European Cup Winners Cup with FC Barcelona, as well as numerous national titles with Bayern Munich. In addition, he saved Borussia Dortmund from relegation in 2000 as a "fireman", having ended his coaching career in 1993.
Alongside Udo Lattek, it was above all Hennes Weisweiler who, as a long-time coach of Borussia Mönchengladbach, helped shape the great phase of German football up to the mid-1970s.
Another great coach was "the General" Ottmar Hitzfeld, who won the Champions League with both Borussia Dortmund and FC Bayern and was able to lead his teams at least to the semi-finals of the Champions League in almost every year.
And, of course, we have to mention Jupp Heynckes, who - after winning several championship titles with FC Bayern - first won the Champions League with Real Madrid in 1998 and, after a long absence from the League, did so again with FC Bayern in 2013. He also led them to the finals a year earlier, which, sadly, was lost very unluckily to Chelsea.
Otto Rehhagel is certainly remembered by many as the coach of Greece when the Greeks sensationally became European champions in 2004 and their coach was renamed "King Otto" in the media. Before that, however, he was already a great Bundesliga coach who did not collect as many titles as other coaches, but in return was all the more sensational both with Werder Bremen, which he first led to promotion and then, a few years later, twice to the German championship, and with 1 FC Kaiserslautern, with whom he directly became German champion in 1998 as the then promoted team.
And then, of course, there is Jürgen Klopp - also known in Liverpool as "The normal one" in contrast to Jose Mourinho - who not only knows how to motivate his players perfectly with his incredible charisma and wit, but also inspires the fans and media representatives. In Mainz and especially in Dortmund, he had already proven his great class before and taught all of Europe (and especially FC Bayern) how to fear, until Jupp Heynckes finally managed to disenchant this style of play. This, however, does not detract from the great performance Jürgen Klopp has consistently displayed. Even today he is still extremely successful with his playing style in Liverpool and probably the best coach in the world at the moment.
Among the star coaches from other countries that the Bundesliga has been able to attract are Pep Guardiola, Giovanni Trapattoni, Louis van Gaal, Carlo Ancelotti and the Austrian Ernst Happel, who won two of HSVs three championships with Hamburger SV in the 1980s and the Champions League in 1983, and who was on the verge of knocking FC Bayern from the throne of German football at the time.
Bundesliga teams and stadiums
The Bundesliga is made up of 18 teams, two or three of which change every season by promotion and relegation. The last two teams are relegated directly, but the 16th team still has the opportunity to save itself by playing relegation matches against the 3rd of the 2nd league, which the Bundesliga teams often manage to do. Currently - as of March 2020 - the Bundesliga consists of the following 18 clubs, named after their position in the 2019 final table:
- FC Bayern Munich (Allianz Arena)
- Borussia Dortmund (Signal Iduna Park)
- RB Leipzig (Red Bull Arena)
- Bayer 04 Leverkusen (BayArena)
- Borussia Mönchengladbach (Borussia Park)
- VfL Wolfsburg (Volkswagen Arena)
- Eintracht Frankfurt (Commerzbank Arena)
- Werder Bremen (Weser Stadium)
- TSG Hoffenheim (PreZero Arena)
- Fortuna Düsseldorf (MERKUR SPIEL-ARENA)
- Hertha BSC Berlin (Olympiastadion Berlin)
- 1st FSV Mainz 05 (OPEL ARENA)
- SC Freiburg (Black Forest Stadium)
- FC Schalke 04 (VELTINS Arena)
- FC Augsburg (WWK Arena)
- 1st FC Cologne (RheinEnergieSTADION)
- SC Paderborn (Bentele Arena)
- Union Berlin (Stadium An der Alten Försterei)
When does the Bundesliga season begin and end and how many games are played?
The Bundesliga has 34 match days which add up to a total of 306 matches per season. The 2019/2020 season began with a Friday evening match on 16.08.2019. The 34th matchday was previously dated 16.05.2020, but this date can no longer be kept due to the postponement of the season. The Bundesliga will certainly continue to play as soon as the situation is under control and then announce the new dates for match days 26-34 in good time.
From when to when does the Bundesliga transfer window last?
The summer transfer window of the Bundesliga runs from July 1st to August 31st, and the winter transfer window from January 1st to 31 January 31st.
Where can you watch Bundesliga games and highlights?
In Germany, the Bundesliga is mainly broadcast by Sky and DAZN. In the 2019/20 season, two matches per season will also be broadcast on Free TV. The highlights of all matches can also be watched on ARD Sportschau and ZDF Sportstudio. The Bundesliga is also available in almost every country in the world. Depending on the country, it differs whether you can watch the Bundesliga on Free TV or only Paid TV. In many European countries, Eurosport 2 broadcasts the top matches of each match day.
How many match days and matches does the Bundesliga have?
The Bundesliga has 34 matchdays, so each of the 18 teams plays 34 times. There are nine games on each matchday. Thus, a Bundesliga season consists of a total of 306 matches.
Who is the favourite to become top scorer?
As of March 2020, Robert Lewandowski heads the scorer list with 25 goals, followed by Timo Werner with 21. Not only because of his four-goal lead, but also because of his experience and previous success, Robert Lewandowski is the big favourite to win the goalscoring crown this season and most likely in the coming seasons.
When does the Bundesliga season end?
The Bundesliga season normally ends in mid-May. In 2020, however, the Bundesliga season, like all other European leagues, will not be able to keep to its regular schedule, which is why - as of March 2020 - the season is expected to end in summer.