Bundesliga TV listings

Bundesliga: At this time there is no soccer match being televised. You can check the history of previous televised matches

Monday, 5/23/2022
14:30
  • Bundesliga Play-off
Hamburger SV Hertha Berlin
  • ESPN+
Thursday, 5/19/2022
14:30
  • Bundesliga Play-off
Hertha Berlin Hamburger SV
  • ESPN+
Saturday, 5/14/2022
09:30
  • Bundesliga
VfL Wolfsburg FC Bayern
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Bayer Leverkusen Freiburg
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Mainz 05 Eintracht Frankfurt
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Augsburg Greuther Fürth
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Borussia Dortmund Hertha Berlin
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Borussia M'gladbach Hoffenheim
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Stuttgart FC Köln
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Union Berlin Bochum
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Arminia Bielefeld RB Leipzig
  • ESPN+
  • ESPN
  • ESPN Deportes
Sunday, 5/8/2022
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Eintracht Frankfurt Borussia M'gladbach
  • ESPN+
11:30
  • Bundesliga
FC Bayern Stuttgart
  • ESPN+
13:30
  • Bundesliga
RB Leipzig Augsburg
  • ESPN+
Saturday, 5/7/2022
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Hoffenheim Bayer Leverkusen
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Freiburg Union Berlin
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Greuther Fürth Borussia Dortmund
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
FC Köln VfL Wolfsburg
  • ESPN+
12:30
  • Bundesliga
Hertha Berlin Mainz 05
  • ESPN+
Friday, 5/6/2022
14:30
  • Bundesliga
Bochum Arminia Bielefeld
  • ESPN+
Monday, 5/2/2022
14:30
  • Bundesliga
Bayer Leverkusen Eintracht Frankfurt
  • ESPN+
14:30
  • Bundesliga
Borussia M'gladbach RB Leipzig
  • ESPN+
Saturday, 4/30/2022
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Mainz 05 FC Bayern
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Augsburg FC Köln
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Borussia Dortmund Bochum
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Stuttgart VfL Wolfsburg
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Arminia Bielefeld Hertha Berlin
  • ESPN+
12:30
  • Bundesliga
Hoffenheim Freiburg
  • ESPN+
Friday, 4/29/2022
14:30
  • Bundesliga
Union Berlin Greuther Fürth
  • ESPN+
Sunday, 4/24/2022
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Bochum Augsburg
  • ESPN+
11:30
  • Bundesliga
Hertha Berlin Stuttgart
  • ESPN+
Saturday, 4/23/2022
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Eintracht Frankfurt Hoffenheim
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Freiburg Borussia M'gladbach
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Greuther Fürth Bayer Leverkusen
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
FC Köln Arminia Bielefeld
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
RB Leipzig Union Berlin
  • ESPN+
12:30
  • Bundesliga
FC Bayern Borussia Dortmund
  • ESPN+
Friday, 4/22/2022
14:30
  • Bundesliga
VfL Wolfsburg Mainz 05
  • ESPN+
Sunday, 4/17/2022
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Arminia Bielefeld FC Bayern
  • ESPN+
11:30
  • Bundesliga
Hoffenheim Greuther Fürth
  • ESPN+
11:30
  • Bundesliga
Union Berlin Eintracht Frankfurt
  • ESPN+
13:30
  • Bundesliga
Bayer Leverkusen RB Leipzig
  • ESPN+
Saturday, 4/16/2022
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Mainz 05 Stuttgart
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Augsburg Hertha Berlin
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Borussia Dortmund VfL Wolfsburg
  • ESPN+
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Freiburg Bochum
  • ESPN+
12:30
  • Bundesliga
Borussia M'gladbach FC Köln
  • ESPN+
Sunday, 4/10/2022
09:30
  • Bundesliga
Bochum Bayer Leverkusen
  • ESPN+
11:30
  • Bundesliga
Eintracht Frankfurt Freiburg
  • ESPN+
13:30
  • Bundesliga
RB Leipzig Hoffenheim
  • ESPN+
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At this time, there are no live televised Bundesliga events but we show you a history with the TV guide of the last broadcast seen on television.

We will update this Bundesliga agenda on TV when we receive confirmation from official media of the next live televised events of Bundesliga.

Since the beginning of this website, 1623 live televised events have been published.

The first event published was on Friday, March 18, 2016 and the channel that broadcast Bundesliga matches the most times was ESPN+ with a total of 603.

For more information, please access the website of Bundesliga.

The Bundesliga is the first division of football in Germany. It was founded in 1962 to bring together the best clubs in the country in the same tournament. Until then, there were competitions (Oberliga) in each of the major regions: North, West, Southwest, South and Berlin.

Up to 46 teams applied for the inaugural 1963-64 season. The organization chose 16 based on criteria such as the results they had previously achieved, their economic status and having representation from the five Oberliga. After German reunification, Dynamo Dresden and Hansa Rostock entered the top flight directly, while the rest of the clubs of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) did the same in the lower divisions.

The Bundesliga is made up of 18 teams (it is the only one of the five major leagues that has less than 20) that meet twice throughout the season until completing 36 days. At the end, the positions in the classification determine the access to the European competitions. The best four qualify for the Champions League. The fifth disputes the Europa League. The sixth classified goes on to play the Europa Conference League. On the other hand, the two worst descend to the 2. Bundesliga. The third with the fewest points plays a play-off for permanence against the third in the second category. The main tiebreaker is the overall goal difference.

The Bundesliga television rights are managed by DFL Sports Enterprises and are sold domestically in conjunction with those of the 2. Bundesliga and the German Super Cup. Some of the channels that have televised the championship in recent years are Sky Deustchland, Eurosport, DAZN or ZDF. Globally, the tournament is broadcast in more than 200 countries such as the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom or Spain.

One of the peculiarities of German football is the 50 + 1 rule. This rule explains that a Bundesliga club must have the majority of its own voting rights in the hands of fans and partners. The measure was taken to prevent, as happens in other leagues in Europe, people with high purchasing power acquire control and leave institutions with large debts. There are some exceptions like those of Bayer Leverkusen, Wolfsburg and Hoffenheim. The first two were founded by Bayer AG and Volkswagen as sports teams for their own employees. The third has been receiving financial support from Dietmar Hopp, co-founder of SAP for more than 20 years.