Borussia Dortmund not to send legends team to India as coronavirus alters club’s pre-season Asia plans
Borussia Dortmund’s plan to send a legends team to India has been put on hold at the moment due to the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting overseas travel restrictions.
The 36 clubs in Bundesliga's top two men's divisions held a virtual meeting on Tuesday to define a broad outline for the leagues. The exact number of fans allowed could vary by club.
Bundesliga, LaLiga witness more away wins in empty stadiums, fewer draws in Premier League, Serie A goes the other direction
One of the compromises to bring football back from pandemic enforced break was empty stadiums. Premier League, Bundesliga, LaLiga and Serie A finished without fans in attendance. But did it alter the outcomes? We ran the numbers.
Werner, a German international, agreed a 45 million pound move to Stamford Bridge last month and has already started training with the Londoners even though he is ineligible to play until next season.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled two weeks ago that some of UEFA's accusations of financial violations by City could not be proven and others were time-barred because they did not meet a five-year statute of limitations.
Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund sign Birmingham's highly-rated teenager Jude Bellingham on 'long-term' contract
Jude Bellingham will leave the Championship (second tier) club to link up with England international Jadon Sancho, who left Manchester City to sign for Dortmund at 17.
Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund release 2014 World Cup-winner Andre Schurrle with one year left on contract
Borussia Dortmund said the decision to release Andre Schurrle a year before the expiry of his contract was mutually agreed between the footballer and the club.
Union Berlin's plan is more ambitious than those of other German clubs because it relies on mass testing instead of social distancing. It faces significant obstacles.
Germany will start the 2020-21 season with cup games on 11 September before the Bundesliga resumes on 18 September. The winter break has been cut short to fit the season between postponed European tournaments.
Werder Bremen hung on to seal Bundesliga survival on away goals by drawing at second-division Heidenheim 2-2 in the second leg of their relegation-promotion playoff on Monday.
Bundesliga working with German government to bring back fans into stadiums, says league's CEO Christian Seifert
Bundesliga is working with the government on a plan to get fans back into stadiums during the coronavirus pandemic, their CEO says.
It was Bayern’s second straight league and cup double, their 13th overall. Now Bayern are targeting the reorganised Champions League in August as their bid to repeat the treble-winning season under Jupp Heynckes in 2013.
Bayern said on Friday that Sane has signed a five-year deal through June 2025 and will start preparing for the upcoming season next week.
Werder Bremen, who finished third from bottom in the top division, will have to do without captain Niklas Moisander for the second leg on Monday after he was sent off late with his second yellow card for a poor challenge.
The 2020-21 Bundesliga season has to end in time for the European Championship, which was pushed back a year amid the coronavirus pandemic and will start 11 June, 2021.
It is the 18-year-old Kouassi’s first professional contract after three seasons at PSG’s youth academy, although he has featured in the first team, making his debut in December 2019.
Bayern Munich is set to make an initial payment of 49 million euros and Manchester City could receive a further 11 million euros based on Sane's achievements with the German champions
Bundesliga: Poor season, virus outbreak forces Schalke 04 chairman Clemens Toennies to step down from role
Schalke 04 chairman Clemens Toennies stepped down from the role he served in for 19 years after a COVID-19 outbreak at one of his meat factories as well as a poor season for his club.
While the first part of the summer transfer window will be just for one day on 1 July, the second period will run from 15 July to 5 October.
Hamburg were the last team to have played every season of the Bundesliga since the league was founded in 1963 until “der Dino” as they are affectionately known was finally relegated after a number of close calls in 2018.