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Bundesliga: elite championship of German men's football.

The Bundesliga is Germany's top professional football league.

The Bundesliga is made up of 18 German teams who compete in two-legged matches from August to May-June. The league consists of 34 games, so that the 18 clubs can play all other clubs twice, once at home in their home stadium and once away in the opposing team's stadium.
The Deutsche Fussball-Liga has been organising this Bundesliga championship since its foundation in 1903. All the clubs present in this championship are professionals. The two clubs finishing in 17th and 18th place in the championship are automatically relegated to the lower division, the 2.Bundesliga. At the top of the standings, the top of the table wins the German championship title and the clubs in 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th place are eligible for qualification for the European Cups, which are the Champions League and the Europa League.
Major clubs regularly share these top places and fight for the national title every season.
The German championship is one of the best in Europe. For many football fans, it is the most enjoyable football championship to watch on a daily basis because it is played with a very attacking style of football and the atmosphere in the stadiums is always spectacular. The current holders are Bayern Munich, who won the Bundesliga in the 2018/19 season. Many German players stay on to play in their careers with one or more German clubs, which shows that the competitiveness of this championship and its attraction in Europe is strong. The all-time top scorer in the history of the German league is Gerd Müller with 365 goals, and the player with the most appearances is Karl-Heinz Körbel with 602 matches under his belt.
Over the course of the history of this championship, several major German clubs have distinguished themselves by their titles and performances on the pitch.

Which Bundesliga shirt should you choose?

In this category dedicated to the football shirts of the Bundesliga clubs we propose you to find all the clubs of the German championship through their various shops and products offered. Here you will find all the official collections of your favorite club, whether it is training outfits with training tops, pants, shorts, tracksuits, lifestyle outfits with sweatshirts, t-shirts, pants or match outfits with football shirts, football shorts and football socks.

Bayern Munich football shirts

Bayern Munich are the real big guns in this championship. In the early 1900s, the club enjoyed its first successes in regional leagues in Bavaria, and then quickly went on to win at national level by claiming their first Bundesliga title in 1932. Today the club boasts a very impressive record of achievements, including 29 German championships, 19 German Cups and five Champions Leagues. Some of the biggest names in football have worn the shirt, including Ballack, Schweinsteiger, Lahm, Robben, Ribery, Neuer and Oliver Kahn. A real winning machine since the 1980s, the German club seems determined to crush the other German clubs and thus continue to win the league every season in the coming seasons. Over the last 40 seasons, Bayern have won the national title 24 times. This is a staggering statistic, and one that reflects the club's imprint on the German league.

Borussia Dortmund football shirts

Borussia Dortmund, nicknamed BVB, are considered the second best German club behind the huge Bayern Munich. The Dortmund club have a strong rivalry with Bayern because of their performances on the pitch, but also with Schalke 04 as the other club in the Ruhr area. It's one of the hottest Bundesliga derbies between the two sides. Borussia Dortmund can always count on the support of their incredible fans at Signal Iduna Park. The stadium is known halfway around the world thanks to the atmosphere the fans create, especially in the southern stand, nicknamed the 'Yellow Wall'. The stadium has a capacity of just over 80,000 seats, including nearly 25,000 people in this grandstand alone. It is also the largest standing fan tribune in Europe. Opponents are often impressed by this stadium, which is an incomparable advantage for BVB in its quest for victory.