Bayern Munich are Germany's most successful club and one of the most dominant teams in Europe. Although not a founding Bundesliga member, they have reigned over the league, and added several European trophies to boot.
Based out of the Allianz Arena, Bayern have written and rewritten the German football record books over their half century in the Bundesliga. They possess nearly half of the Bundesliga crowns since the league started in 1963, and became the first German club to win a European treble. Find all of Bayern's content from DW Sports collated below.
A sensational Hoffenheim comeback, a pair of milestones for Christian Pulisic and the obligatory refereeing controversy, it was a packed midweek Bundesliga round. Here's the pick of what happened on Matchday 5.
James Rodriguez marked his full Bundesliga debut with a goal and an assist as Bayern cruised past Schalke. Elsewhere, RB Leipzig fell to a surprise loss at Augsburg while Wolfsburg's new era didn't start as planned.
After a long delay for the international break, the Bundesliga came back with a bang. From coaching quips and fun facts to injury news and history makers, here are the best bits the Bundesliga had to offer this weekend.
In a revealing interview with one of Germany's leading publications, Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski spoke bluntly about modern-day football, foreign tours and Bayern's transfer policy. Here's how he sees things.