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Germany's top professional football or soccer division, operated by the DFL (German Football League). An 18-team league, Bundesliga clubs play 34 games per season; 17 each side of a winter break.
The DW Sports (@DW_Sports on Twitter) team is your one-stop shop for all things Bundesliga - from the title fight and German sides in European competition all the way down the drop zone. Here's a collection of DW's latest content on Germany's top flight.
Freiburg coach Christian Streich says the Saudi Arabian takeover of Newcastle United is "unbelievable". The outspoken coach has been joined by Jürgen Klopp in criticizing a deal that's unthinkable in German football.
Jamal Musiala became Germany's youngest-ever male goalscorer in a competitive match on Monday as World Cup qualification was sealed. His former coach told DW about Musiala's path from English talent to German star.
In the headline game of the weekend against Hoffenheim, Bayern Munich underlined why they will probably become champions. Meanwhile, the gulf in quality between SC Sand and the league's big-hitters grows wider still.
Freiburg had failed to win a point all season but once again they have put a serious dent in Wolfsburg's title hopes after a draw on Saturday. Elsewhere in women's football, there are disturbing allegations in the NWSL.
While Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund hog the limelight with their new head coaches, another Bundesliga newcomer has been quietly impressive in the shadows. Under Gerardo Seoane, Bayer Leverkusen are flying.
Hertha Berlin slipped to a fifth defeat of the season at home to Freiburg. Despite massive funding from investor Lars Windhorst, sporting director Fredi Bobic has a huge job on his hands. He insists it will take time.