German Bundesliga 23/24
18 Clubs - Round 30/34
# Team Pld W D L Goals GF GA GD Last 5 matches Pts
1 Bayer 04 Leverkusen 30 25 5 0 75:20 75 20 55
2 FC Bayern München 30 21 3 6 87:37 87 37 50
3 VfB Stuttgart 30 20 3 7 68:36 68 36 32
4 RB Leipzig 30 18 5 7 69:34 69 34 35
5 Borussia Dortmund 30 16 9 5 58:35 58 35 23
6 Eintracht Frankfurt 30 11 12 7 46:40 46 40 6
7 SC Freiburg 30 11 7 12 42:53 42 53 -11
8 FC Augsburg 30 10 9 11 48:49 48 49 -1
9 TSG Hoffenheim 30 11 6 13 53:60 53 60 -7
10 Heidenheim 30 8 10 12 43:52 43 52 -9
11 Werder Bremen 30 9 7 14 38:50 38 50 -12
12 Borussia Mönchengladbach 30 7 10 13 53:60 53 60 -7
13 VfL Wolfsburg 30 8 7 15 35:50 35 50 -15
14 FC Union Berlin 30 8 5 17 26:50 26 50 -24
15 FSV Mainz 05 30 5 12 13 31:48 31 48 -17
16 VfL Bochum 1848 30 5 12 13 34:60 34 60 -26
17 FC Köln 30 4 10 16 23:53 23 53 -30
18 Darmstadt 98 30 3 8 19 30:72 30 72 -42
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The Bundesliga standings table is another great indicator to who's doing well and who isn’t. It even provides a form guide, which shows you how well a team has done in the past few matches.

Form plays a big part in betting, and even a club at the bottom of the table could be worth betting on if their form is strong.

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One way to enhance your predictions is by using to view some data-driven predictions.

German Bundesliga Fixtures

With all these stats, you may overlook the table’s brilliant Bundesliga fixtures section. Here’s why you shouldn’t:

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    Perfect for accumulator bets: Having all the weekend’s fixtures as well as the best odds in one place is perfect for picking a bookie to place an acca with.

Our Bundesliga player statistics are absolutely brilliant, and serve as a one-stop shop for everything important you need to know about the players. The stats are particularly useful to add legs onto a bet builder.

Player form varies wildly from season to season, and below you'll find a few key stats from previous editions for a bit more context on who’s been consistently on top.

If you still want to make some Bundesliga player bets during the summer break, you can place some Bundesliga transfer bets.

German Bundesliga Key Stats & Records From 2022/23 Season

German league top scorersNiclas Füllkrug (Werder Bremen) – 16, Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig) – 16, Randal Kolo Muani (Eintracht Frankfurt) – 15
Player with the most shotsMarvin Ducksch (SV Werder Bremen) – 93, Marcus Thuram (Borussia Mönchengladbach) – 87, Serge Gnabry (FC Bayern Munich) – 84
Player with the most assistsRaphaël Guerreiro (Borussia Dortmund) – 12, Randal Kolo Muani (Eintracht Frankfurt) – 11, Jamal Musiala (FC Bayern Munich) – 10
Player with the most penalty goalsVincenzo Grifo (Sport-Club Freiburg) – 7, Dodi Lukebakio (Hertha Berlin) – 5, Niclas Füllkrug (Werder Bremen) – 5
Player with the most fouls committedNicolas Höfler (Sport-Club Freiburg) – 63, Christoph Baumgartner (RB Leipzig) – 62, Rani Khedira (Union Berlin) – 53
Player with the most yellow cardsManu Kone (Borussia Mönchengladbach) – 12, Jeffrey Gouweleeuw (FC Augsburg) – 12, Kevin Akpoguma (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) – 11
Goalkeeper with the most shots savedManuel Riemann (VfL Bochum) – 134, Mark Flekken (Sport-Club Freiburg) – 119, Jiří Pavlenka (SV Werder Bremen) – 112

German Bundesliga Key Stats & Records From 2021/22 Season

Player with the most goalsRobert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 35, Patrik Schik (Bayer Leverkusen) – 28, Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund) – 22
Player with the most shotsRobert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 158, Anthony Modeste (FC Koln) – 109 , Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim) – 95
Player with the most assistsThomas Muller (Bayern Munich) – 18, Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig) – 13, Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund) – 12
Player with the most penalty goalsErling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund) – 6 of 6, Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 5 of 5, Max Kruse (Wolfsburg) – 5 of 5
Player with the most fouls committedSebastian Polter (Bochum) – 71, Rani Khedira – (Union Berlin) 57, Niklas Dorsch (Augsburg) – 53
Player with the most yellow cardsLars Stindl (Borussia Monchengladbach) – 10, Keren Demirbay (Bayer Leverkusen) – 10, Kouadio Kone (Borussia Monchengladbach) – 10
Goalkeeper with the most shots savedYann Sommer (Borussia Monchengladbach), 131 Stefan Ortega (Arminia Bielefeld) – 128, Lukas Hradacky (Bayer Leverkusen) – 119

Bundesliga Goalkeeper Stats

Shot stoppers are the backbone of every defence, and a good defence is crucial for a team to remain competitive. There are loads of goalkeeper stats which could be great for betting.

We suggest looking at saves and clean sheets as these stats could help you when placing bets on anything to do with goalscoring. The possibilities are endless, and looking through various Bundesliga stats could prove to be especially useful.

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For example, Manuel Riemann made the most saves from any keeper last season for VfL Bochum. This generally means that the team isn’t great at defending, so you may want to look at bets to do with the opposition scoring.

Our German league table is one of the most comprehensive you’ll find, with over 30 available stats options to pick from. Many are perfect to use if you're making outright match bets. Over / under stats, both teams to score, and corners are among our top choices.

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This season is shaping up to be a particularly competitive one, and although it’s early days, Bayer 04 Leverkusen and VfB Stuttgart are looking like worthy opponents to Bayern Munich.

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Hungry for some more Bundesliga stats? The Bundesliga profit and loss statistics could prove to be very valuable.

Bundesliga 2021/22 TOTS (Team of the Season)

The Bundesliga 2021/22 Team of the Season is a quick way to pick out the star performers from last year’s season.

Naturally, a superior performance in one season does not guarantee a good performance in the next, but it does give some added context going into the next season.

The Team of the Season as voted by the Bundesliga fans, teams, and football experts was the following:

GoalkeeperManuel NeuerBayern Munich
DefenderAlphonso DaviesBayern Munich
DefenderEvan NdickaEintracht Frankfurt
DefenderNico SchlotterbeckFreiburg
DefenderDavid RaumHoffenheim
MidfielderJude BellinghamBorussia Dortmund
MidfielderJoshua KimmichBayern Munich
MidfielderFlorian WirtzBayer Leverkusen
ForwardErling HaalandBorussia Dortmund
ForwardRobert LewandowskiBayern Munich
ForwardChristopher NkunkuRB Leipzig
  • The first Bundesliga match was played in August 1963, with the league back then consisting of 16 teams.

  • In 1965, it expanded to 18 teams and has remained so since. There was, however, a one-off season in 1991/92 when the league was contested between 20 teams.

  • Since the first season, Bayern Munich have won the title an impressive 31 times, leaving Borussia Dortmund and Borussia M’gladbach in second place with just five titles to their name. Werder Bremen, Hamburger SV, Stuttgart, Cologne, and FC Kaiserslautern have all won the title more than once.

Below is a list of the recent Bundesliga title winners and those who got close:

SeasonChampionRunner-UpThird Place
2021/22Bayern MunichBorussia DortmundBauer Leverkusen
2020/21Bayern MunichBorussia DortmundRB Leipzig
2019/20Bayern MunichBorussia DortmundRB Leipzig
2018/19Bayern MunichSchalke 041899 Hoffenheim
2017/18Bayern MunichRB LeipzigBorussia Dortmund
2016/17Bayern MunichBorussia DortmundBayer Leverkusen
2015/16Bayern MunichVfL WolfsburgBorussia M’gladbach
2014/15Bayern MunichBorussia DortmundSchalke 04
2013/14Bayern MunichBorussia DortmundBayer Leverkusen
2012/13Borussia DortmundBayern MunichSchalke 04
2011/12Borussia DortmundBayer LeverkusenBayern Munich
2010/11Bayern MunichSchalke 04Werder Bremen
2009/10VfL WolfsburgBayern MunichVfB Stuttgart
2008/09Bayern MunichWerder BremenSchalke 04
2007/08VfB StuttgartSchalke 04Werder Bremen
2006/07Bayern MunichWerder BremenHamburger SV

Can't get enough of stats? Well, you’re in luck — we’ve got detailed statistics on Europe’s top five leagues and they're as in-depth as they come:

There’s no doubt that the Bundesliga is one of the most interesting leagues in Europe. Bayern Munich’s dominance doesn’t mean that there aren’t markets to bet on, and the stats table is just what you need to enhance your bets, creating more value.

Three games have ended with 12 goals scored: Bayern Munich 11-1 Dortmund(1971/72), Borussia Mönchengladbach 12-0 Borussia Dortmund (1977/78), and Dortmund 11-1 Arminia Bielefeld (1982/83).

Thomas Muller has won a record 12 Bundesliga titles, all with Bayern Munich. Manuel Neuer is second with 11 titles.

Bayern Munch’s biggest Bundesliga win came in the 1971/72 season against Borussia Dortmund, with a 11-1 score. Their biggest ever competitive win came during the 1997/98 DFB Pokal first round, beating DJK Waldberg 16-1.

Last season, Niclas Füllkrug (Werder Bremen) and Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig) both scored 16 goals, sharing the Torjägerkanonen trophy.

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