Founded in 1896, Hannover had most of its club success before the club arrived in the Bundesliga. Their two championships came in 1938 and 1954, the second coming not long after reforming in the post-World War era.
Hannover was not part of the Bundesliga upon its foundation, but they quickly joined the party after winning the northern regional league. The club has never established itself as more than a midtable team, but has made three appearances in European competition. For all material on Hannover, check out DW's collated content below.
Third tier Lotte scored twice to knock out 1860, while Schalke turned on the style away to Sandhausen. Borussia Dortmund beat Hertha Berlin on penalties and Eintracht Frankfurt edged out Hannover in a dramatic finale.
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.
US President Barack Obama visits Hannover Messe, the world's largest industrial technology trade fair. The US is Germany's partner country at this year's fair, focussed on the digitization of industry. Both countries hope to become world leaders in networked production.
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.