Ingolstadt is the youngest club in the Bundesliga, forming in 2004 after the merge of ESV Ingolstadt and MTV Ingolstadt. They reached the Bundesliga for the first time in 2015 after winning the 2. Bundesliga in 2014/15.
In a city with a notable football divide, Peter Jackwerth merged Ingolstadt's two biggest clubs to form FC Ingolstadt 04. Starting in the fourth-tier regional league, the Bavarian club ascended up the footballing ladder at a quick pace, reaching the 2. Bundesliga just six years after the merger. Playing in Audi-Sportpark, Ingolstadt still have to establish themselves as a top-flight side. For all updates on Ingolstadt, read DW's collated content below.
With no games on Sunday, Matchday 32 in the Bundesliga was a full day of top-flight action in Germany. Bayern Munich have to wait just a little bit longer for their title, while Eintracht Frankfurt are still alive.
Title celebrations for Bayern Munich were put on hold, Hannover just don't want to accept that relegation is coming and Wolfsburg's Bundesliga form continues to baffle. Here's Saturday's Bundesliga matchday 31 round-up.
Claudio Pizarro reached a new goal-scoring milestone as Werder Bremen picked up three vital points against Wolfsburg. Elsewhere Leverkusen continued their good form and overtook Hertha Berlin in third place.