Bundesliga Germany | 2024 Football League Table

Bundesliga 2023/2024

PWDLGFGAFormPts
1Bayer Leverkusen
23
19
4
0
59
16
WWWWD
61
2Bayern Munich
23
17
2
4
63
26
WLLWW
53
3Stuttgart
23
15
2
6
52
29
DWWWW
47
4Borussia Dortmund
23
11
8
4
46
30
LDWDW
41
5RB Leipzig
23
12
4
7
49
30
LWDWL
40
6Eintracht Frankfurt
23
8
10
5
36
30
DDDLW
34
7Hoffenheim
23
8
6
9
41
43
WLDDD
30
8Werder Bremen
23
8
6
9
32
35
DWLWW
30
9Freiburg
23
8
5
10
30
42
LDLLL
29
10Heidenheim
23
7
7
9
33
40
DLWDD
28
11Augsburg
23
6
8
9
33
41
WLDDL
26
12Borussia M'gladbach
23
6
7
10
41
45
WLDLD
25
13Wolfsburg
23
6
7
10
28
36
DDLDD
25
14Union Berlin
23
7
4
12
23
37
DWWDL
25
15Bochum
23
5
10
8
28
46
LWDDL
25
16Koln
23
3
8
12
16
37
DLDWD
17
17Mainz 05
23
2
9
12
18
37
LWLDL
15
18Darmstadt
23
2
7
14
24
52
DLDLL
13

Bundesliga Germany

The Bundesliga (German for “football league”) is the top tier of the German football league system and the primary competition in the country. It is one of the best leagues in the world and has been attracting fans from all over the world for years. Here’s what you need to know about this premier football competition. In addition to being the top level of football in Germany, the Bundesliga also holds international championships. Here are some interesting facts about this tournament.

The Bundesliga has won eight UEFA Champions Leagues and six UEFA Europa Leagues. The league has also won four European Cup Winners’ Cups, two FIFA Club World Cups, and three Intercontinental Cups. The highest-scoring club in the league is crowned champion. In addition to the German championship, the top four clubs qualify for the group stages of the UEFA Champions’. To help its young talents, the Bundesliga has several prestigious awards to their name.

Before the formation of the Bundesliga, German football was played at the amateur level. Before the introduction of part-time professionalism in 1949, there were a number of sub-regional leagues, called Oberligen. The national championship was played by the regional champions, with the runners-up playing in the playoffs. In 1900, the Deutscher Fussball Bund was established in Leipzig with 86 clubs. The first game of the Bundesliga was between VfB Leipzig and DFC Prague in Altona.