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Which Bundesliga side will you be "supporting" during lockdown?

Which Bundesliga side will you be "supporting" during lockdown?  

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  1. 1. Which Bundesliga side will you be "supporting" during lockdown?

    • Bayern Munich
      4
    • Borussia Dortmund
      19
    • RB Leipzig
      17
    • Borussia Monchengladbach
      11
    • Bayer Leverkusen
      3
    • Schalke
      12
    • Wolfsburg
      3
    • SC Freiburg
      3
    • Hoffenheim
      5
    • Cologne
      2
    • 1. FC Union Berlin
      11
    • Eintracht Frankfurt
      4
    • Hertha Berlin
      4
    • SC Augsburg
      0
    • Mainz
      1
    • Fortuna Dusseldorf
      2
    • Werder Bremen
      4
    • SC Paderborn 07
      4


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1 hour ago, StanSP said:

I chose Dortmund but tbh I'll just be happy to watch all of them. 

 

AND I CAN! 

 

Are they unpausing the payments?

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Been following Schalke for years . Fantastic Stadium and great match day experience 

Looking forward to the Derby on Sat

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Dortmund and Leipzig matches clashing, we can’t be having that :@

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38 minutes ago, jammie82uk said:

Are they unpausing the payments?


Good question, I’d assume not given their premium revolves around pl and cl? That said they’ve got the ufc back running as well so hard to accuse them of not providing live sport.

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Union Berlin. Visit Berlin regularly for work and like the fact there 22,000 stadium only has 2,000 seats. First game back is against Bayern on Sunday. Good to get that first defeat out of the way and all that 

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I voted for Union cos I'm a hipster. 

 

Realistically I'm most likely to watch BVB because they're just the most enjoyable team to actually watch in the league this year, probably closely followed by RBL and Gladbach. 

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7 hours ago, Voll Blau said:

Also like Union Berlin's style and the way they've upset the odds so far this year.

Their terraces belong on the bucket list. Brilliant club.

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16 hours ago, SemperEadem said:

Got decent fans

 

I rest my case then!

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12 hours ago, harpendenfox said:

Union Berlin. Visit Berlin regularly for work and like the fact there 22,000 stadium only has 2,000 seats. First game back is against Bayern on Sunday. Good to get that first defeat out of the way and all that 

Went there a few seasons back with Bochum. Such a cool ground although getting there was sketchy. They're on about adding a second tier of terracing on all three sides that are currently standing as well.

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Gotta be RB Leipzig. Been following them for about 20 years now. Felt personal pride as they battled their way up the leagues. An astonishing rise based on hard work and determination.

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41 minutes ago, Footballwipe said:

Gotta be RB Leipzig. Been following them for about 20 years now. Felt personal pride as they battled their way up the leagues. An astonishing rise based on hard work and determination.


How do you follow a club that’s only been in operation since 2009 for 20 years?

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Borussia Monchen because we played them a few years ago and I’d be glad to have them back. 😄

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The standard of German football is surprisingly poor at times, so it’s the fan culture and soul that’s more appealing. Hoffenheim and Leipzig are sterile, corporate clubs so hopefully they don’t gain any traction here.

 

Frankfurt have got the best fans in the top flight and are an entertaining side. I don’t mind Werder, Gladbach, Union or Hertha either so always hope they do well.

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Mainz. The company I work for has a factory there and know a few colleagues/friends etc so that's my own tenous link 

 

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21 minutes ago, Unabomber said:

Was going to say Hamburg but couldn’t see them on the list 

Them and Stuttgart in the second tier...mad really.

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14 hours ago, CloudFox said:

Them and Stuttgart in the second tier...mad really.

I had no idea Hamburg had been relegated - a 57,000 stadium in the second tier!

I remember when Keegan played for them and then the won the European cup in the early 80’s. 
I guess they’re the Notts Forest of German football :D

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Wanted to go for Hertha BSC until I came to understand the B stands for Banter and they're basically the German equivalent of West Ham.

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12 hours ago, SemperEadem said:

Rob Kelly works at Dusseldorf.

Dusseldorf for the drop.

 

They'll be knackered after redoubling their efforts every week.

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What annoys me for the UK fans....

 it seems only BT Subscribers can Watch the games,

I Havent seen or picked up,of any terrestrial UK Channel are doing highlights...

 

In Germany itself,it will be on German Sky free, Skygo, Free TV,ARD,& Livestream, ZDF highlights. 

DAZN( First month gratis) highlights..Not yet sure on live games

 

So I suppose,some will be able to Pick up some  Livestream in the UK.

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2 hours ago, Izzy said:

I had no idea Hamburg had been relegated - a 57,000 stadium in the second tier!

I remember when Keegan played for them and then the won the European cup in the early 80’s. 
I guess they’re the Notts Forest of German football :D

I know you are joking but they are a lot bigger than Nottingham Forest.

 

Would probably say the best comparison is Aston Villa in that they are a big club but have been facing relegation for a while before they eventually went down.

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