Bundesliga Fixtures, Results & Scores

Take a look at all of the upcoming Bundesliga fixtures and recent results from across the season below.

Staying in the know on which fixtures are coming up is important information for any Bundesliga fan to keep on top of.

With this dedicated page, you will no longer have to go anywhere else to get your Bundesliga information. Below, you can find all of the upcoming fixtures from all 34 matchdays of the Bundesliga season and all of the results and scores from previous matches in the campaign.

Be sure to stay in the know on when all of the big boys such as Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and Bayer Leverkusen are in action. Our fixtures list will tell who is playing, where and when they are playing and the kick-off time for the fixture so you never miss another game that you want to see.

As well as this, you can find the Bundesliga table and the Bundesliga top scorers through our dedicated pages that extend our Bundesliga coverage.

Bundesliga Fixtures & Results

Bundesliga Schedule & Format

Unlike the other four members of Europe’s top five major leagues — Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and Ligue 1 — there are just 18 members of the Bundesliga, as opposed to the 20 that feature in the other leagues. This means they play four less matches each season than these European counterparts, with a Bundesliga season being comprised of 34 fixtures for each team to get through.

The 34 fixtures involve each team facing each other twice over the course of the season. They will play once at home and once away and the league table will be judged on the number of points that teams are able to earn from these fixtures. One area the Bundesliga does follow with the aforementioned leagues is the number of points earned for results — three for a win, one for a draw and none for a defeat.

Although there are only 18 teams in the Bundesliga, there is still the possibility of three teams being relegated from the division at the end of the season. The teams that finish in 18th and 17th are automatically relegated to 2. Bundesliga, while the team in 16th will have to play a relegation play-off against the team that finished third in the second division. The play-off is then played over two games, one at home and one away as the aggregate winner earns their place in the Bundesliga for the following season.

At the top of the league, the winner of the Bundesliga is crowned champions of Germany for the season, but there is more to play for. Each of the top four teams in the Bundesliga will qualify for the group stages of the Champions League in the following season. The teams in fifth and sixth will also qualify for the Europa League and Europa Conference League, respectively.

There is a further Europa League place up for grabs for the winner of the DFB-Pokal, which is Germany’s major domestic trophy. If the winner of the DFB-Pokal finishes in the top five places of the Bundesliga the additional Europa League place will go to the team in sixth, while the seventh-placed team will be entered into the Europa Conference League.