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A thread for all things Bundesliga! Might as well go on the Brunner Strasse (Well Street) forum.

I'll be supporting Leipzig in the hope that Ampadu get some game time. I get the impression that a number of Exeter supporters favour FC Union Berlin.

The BT Sport schedule for this week can be found at

 
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I'm with Werder and hoping they can avoid relegation. Always been my favourite German club.
 

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Fingers crossed my team Fortuna Düsseldorf can avoid the relegation playoff spot 🤞
 

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I get the impression that a number of Exeter supporters favour FC Union Berlin.
I got to see FC Union a number of times between 2007-09, when they were in the third tier. Proper fan ethos - the fans literally rebuilt their ground themselves.
Simply stunning atmosphere. The club song (sung by punk icon Nina Hagen) echoing around the ground makes "you'll never walk alone" sound like a lullaby, and has a line that roughly translates as "we'll never sell out to the West".
 

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I got to see FC Union a number of times between 2007-09, when they were in the third tier. Proper fan ethos - the fans literally rebuilt their ground themselves.
Simply stunning atmosphere. The club song (sung by punk icon Nina Hagen) echoing around the ground makes "you'll never walk alone" sound like a lullaby, and has a line that roughly translates as "we'll never sell out to the West".
Based in East Berlin?
 

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Don’t really have one team I follow, just love German football.

Anyone looking for a team vaguely linked to city to follow then 1. FC Nuremberg in the second division is the way to go.

Few of there hardcore fans come over every year to city games.

Just don’t follow RB Leipzig the MK Dons of German football!
 

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Who did Keegan play for in the eighties? Was that Hamburg?
 
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