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Sep 24, 2018
Bundesliga: Emil Forsberg helps RB Leipzig eke out a point against Eintracht Frankfurt; Bayer Leverkusen finally winAfter a determined start to the second half, Leipzig were rewarded when Forsberg equalised from the penalty spot on 54 minutes after his cross had been handled by Filip Kostic.
Sep 20, 2018
Bundesliga: German Football Association announces plans for eSports competition in top two leaguesThe German Football Association has announced plans to launch an eSports league in unison with video game creator Electronic Arts that will be linked to the top two tiers of German football.
Mar 23, 2018
Bundesliga clubs vote to keep VAR for next season, uphold hotly-debated '50+1' ownership ruleGermany's Bundesliga clubs voted to keep using the video assistant referee (VAR) next season and to retain the hotly-debated '50+1' rule — essentially curbing outside investment.
Feb 22, 2018
German Football League clubs ordered by Bremen court to cover police costs for high-risk matchesGerman football matches are economically successful because of the security provided by police, the court ruled.
Feb 09, 2018
Bundesliga: RB Leipzig's debt to backers Red Bull increases by €30 million due to transfer spendingOverall, RB Leipzig has a total debt of €97 million while salaries increased last year from €34 to almost €54 million.
Jan 13, 2018
Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund fans to boycott Augsburg clash to protest Monday night kick-offGerman fans are always vocal about changes to kick-off times.
Sep 13, 2017
Bundesliga: German Football League chief urges clubs to vote for shortening of summer transfer windowThe Bundesliga looks set to follow the example of England's Premier League by voting to shorten the transfer window, with German Football League (DFL) chief Reinhard Rauball proposing changes.
Aug 18, 2017
Barcelona terror attack: Bundesliga, Ligue 1 to observe a minute's silence to pay tribute to victimsThe German Football League say there will be a minute's silence at all Bundesliga matches to pay tribute to victims of the terrorist attacks in Barcelona.