There’s only one matchday remaining in the Bundesliga, 2.Bundesliga and 3.Liga. Still, there is plenty to be decided in all divisions. Here’s @tiertwofooty with his regular preview of the action in the German lower leagues.
The German second and third divisions are approaching the end of the campaign, and unlike the Bundesliga, there is everything to play for. The man behind @tiertwofooty previews the last two rounds of league action.
Alex Rowlands takes a look at the situation in the 2.Bundesliga with Eintracht Braunschweig returning to the top flight
With the main focus on the race for the third place concentrating on Kaiserslautern & Koln, could another side sneak into the coveted play off spot? @tiertwofooty asks.
The two automatic 2.Bundesliga promotion places to the top-flight look to be already confirmed. But there is hope for many clubs in the play-off at the end of the season. Our lower league expert, Lee from @tiertwofooty, gives us the lowdown.
Regular Contributor and Union Berlin blogger Mark Wilson speaks to a fellow Englishman about adopting a German side, as the two teams prepare to meet this weekend in the 2.Bundesliga.
Their season came down to this match. The Berlin Derby. All eyes were on German capital and Mark Wilson – an Englishman following Union – was proud of his side’s efforts against The Old Lady.
Regular 1.FC Union contributor Mark Wilson was one of the 74,000 fans in the Olympiastadion to watch the two Berlin sides play a classic derby in the 2.Bundesliga. Here is a summary of the events.
A new feature on the site will be Coral’s Tom Loveys selecting his tips for the German 2.Bundesliga and the best markets for you to place a punt on this weekend. Here are Tom’s Matchday 21 choices.
As football today faces up to damaging match fixing allegations, Kit Holden takes a look back at the story of Robert Hoyzer and the Bundesliga scandal of 2005.