Bayern Munich will take on Arsenal in the Champions League as the rivalry between the English Premier League and Bundesliga continues. Bayer Leverkusen will play Barcelona, while Wolfsburg and Gladbach have tough draws.
Germany's best clubs were in action in both the Champions League and Europa League competitions this season. From Bayern Munich to Augsburg, catch up on how they all fared here, in our archive.
It looked like it might go right to the wire, but it seems that four days before the end of the transfer window last season's Bundesliga's player of the year is leaving Wolfsburg for Manchester's sky blues.
Bayern Munich's midfield may no longer have Bastian Schweinsteiger in it, but Pep Guardiola's favorite Spaniard Thiago is still there and has decided to extended his stay in Munich.
It has been a difficult start to the season for Borussia Mönchengladbach, losing both of their first two Bundesliga matches. The man with the best view of the game, Yann Sommer, tells DW about the challenges ahead.
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The second matchday of the Bundesliga has begun with a bang. As Hertha and Werder played out a draw on Friday, the rest got involved on Saturday with a red card, 1-1 draws and drama galore.
As the season comes to a close, keep up to date here with the latest scores and the points table from Germany's top flight soccer league, the Bundesliga. Who will be relegated? Who will be heading to Europe next season?
From chasing Bayern to European dreams and survival hopes, the Bundesliga is one of the most entertaining leagues out there. Keep up to date throughout the season with all the matchday summaries here.
Usain Bolt saved the best until last in Beijing. After narrowly winning the 100 meters earlier in the week, the Jamaican put in a tremendous display to seal the 200 meters and prove his sprinting dominance once again.
The Argentine's return to form has been rewarded at the awards in Monaco. Sasic, who retired in the summer, played for Germany during the Women's World Cup and won the Champions League.
A new day in Beijing and more history has been made. Kenya set a record in the javelin, but wrote the wrong headlines elsewhere. Germany's Gesa Krause won a surprise medal in the 3,000 meters.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has defended his organization's bruised reputation. In a television inteview, Blatter said he is clean and there is no organized corruption at world soccer's governing body.
Sheffield-born racer Justin Wilson has succumbed to injuries sustained in a crash at the weekend at Pocono Speedway. His brother Stefan, also an IndyCar racer, led the tributes to "my best friend, role model and mentor."
Can doping-free athletics exist? Speaking to DW, President of the German Athletics Association Clemens Prokop talks about the battle against doping and his understanding for the frustration of some athletes.