Bundesliga club profiles – Part 2

Here’s the 2nd part of our look at all 18 Bundesliga teams.

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Eintracht Frankfurt

Known as Die Adle (The Eagles), were German champions once in 1959, and won the DFB-Pokal 5 times, most recently in 2018. They previously finished runner up of the European Cup in 1960, and won the UEFA Cup in 1979. Their home jerseys are black with white stripes and a red stripe.

Eintracht Frankfurt » Squad 2019/2020

Eintracht Frankfurt have had 51 seasons in the top tier. Their current spell has lasted since 2012. Last season they finished 7th. They are currently 12th. They play at the Commerzbank-Arena.

They have used 27 players, with an average age of 27.28. Their top goal scorer is Goncalo Paiencia with 7 goals.

Sport-Club Freiburg

Freiburg have won the 2nd tier 4 times.

Successful opener against Mainz | SC Freiburg

Freiburg have spent a total of 20 seasons in the top tier. Their most recent spell has lasted since 2016. They finished 13th last season. They currently sit in 8th place. Freiburg play at the Schwarzwald-Stadion.

Freiburg were challenging for a top 4 place early in the season, but have since slipped back to mid table. They have won 10, drawn 6, and lost 9. They have used 26 players, with an average age of 26.78. Their top scoer is Nils Petersen with 8 goals.

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim

Die Kraichgauer have yet to win the German top tier or German Cup.

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Hoffenheim have played in the Bundesliga since 2008. Their highest ever finish was 3rd in 2018. Last season they finished 9th. They are currently 9th in the table. They play at the PreZero Arena.

Hoffenheim have used 29 players, with an average age of 26.52. Their top scorer is Adrej Kramaric with 7 goals. They have won 10, drawn 5, and lost 10.

1. FC Köln

Die Geißböcke (the Billy Goats) have won the Bundesliga twice, in 1964 and 1978. They have won the DFB-Pokal 4 times.

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FC Köln have had 48 seasons in the Bundesliga. They were promoted last season. They are currently in 10th position. They play at the RheinEnergieSTADION.

Köln spet the first part of the season near the relegation zone, before climbing towards midtable. They have used 27 players, with an average age of 25.84. They have won 10, drawn 2, and lost 13. Their top scoer is Jhon Cordoba with 10 goals.

RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig were founded in 2009, after Red Bull GmbH purchased the playing rights of SSV Markranstadt.

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Leipzig reached the Bundesliga for the first time in 2016. They finished 2nd that season. Last season they finished 3rd, and currently sit 3rd in the table this season. They reached the Champions League knockout rounds for the first time this season. They play at the Red Bull Arena.

Leipzig have topped the table multiple times this campaign, and have been in the top 3 since round 10. They have used 27 players, with an average age of 24.80. They have won 14, drawn 8, and lost 3. Their top scorer is Timo Werner with 21 goals.

Bayer 04 Leverkusen

Die Werkself have been runners-up of the Bundesliga 5 times. They have won the DFB-Pokal once in 1993.

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Leverkusen have spent 41 seasons in the Bundesliga and have never been relegated. Their current spell has lasted since 1979. Last season they finished 4th. They currently sit 5th. They play at the BayArena.

Leverkusen have used 23 players this season, with an average age of 26.71. They have won 14, drawn 5, and lost 6. Their top scorer is Kevin Volland with 9 goals.

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