Bundesliga is British Sports TV series. It debuted on Dec 07, 2015, on ITV4.
How Many Season Does Bundesliga Have: 2 (33 episodes)
Season premieres on August 29, 2016
ITV4, 33 episodes
Season premieres on December 7, 2015
Bundesliga is on ITV4 (United Kingdom) Mondays at 6 pm
Season 2017 Episode 33 (22/05/2017) - Air Date: May 22, 2017 (about a year ago)
Bundesliga Betting: Wobbly Bayern to suffer again - Betting.betfair - via Betting
These whispers may or may not be accurate, but what's undeniable is that Bayern have lost their way in the last fortnight. A clumsy 1-1 draw at home to Bavarian neighbours Augsburg was a minor misstep, but Bayern were very sloppy in a 2-0 defeat at Hertha Berlin (their only reverse of the season), and they were outplayed and perhaps outworked by a vibrant young Ajax side in the Champions League. That 1-1 draw at the Allianz Arena frustrated the Dutch club as much as it relieved the German one.
Expected Goals La Liga, Bundesliga and Serie A Best Bets - Sat 25th and Sun 26th August 2018 - Betting.betfair - via Betting
Bundesliga Betting: Foals to keep on galloping - Betting.betfair - via Betting
Bundesliga Betting: Breathtaking Bayern to keep on marching - Betting.betfair - via Betting
What happens during the Bundesliga winter break? - Daily Mail - via Dailymail
Bundesliga clubs offering young British players a chance - Daily Mail - via Dailymail
German clubs tend to ease young players in at the top level, rather than shoving them into the limelight, and many of the young Brits may find that they struggle to make many first team appearances in their first season. The idea is that they have time and space to adjust to a new culture, both on and off the pitch.
Bundesliga all-time XI: From Beckenbauer to Ze Roberto, Sportsmail picks the best - Daily Mail - via Dailymail
Bundesliga's U21 dream team: the best young players in Germany - Daily Mail - via Dailymail
Dortmund 2-2 Hertha Berlin: Jadon Sancho bags Bundesliga brace - Daily Mail - via Dailymail
RB Leipzig to challenge Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund's Bundesliga duopoly - ITV News - via Itv
That mobility is overseen by sporting director Ralf Rangnick and manager Ralph Hasenhuttl. Their philosophy is clear and certainly one that might complicate any negative feelings towards the club: their attention is on developing young talent and a team with an average age of just over 24 and a half is the fourth-youngest in Europe’s top five leagues.
Bundesliga Betting: Borussia Dortmund need to shore up lead before Christmas - Betting.betfair - via Betting
Bundesliga Betting: Dortmund to enjoy the Wolves' lair - Betting.betfair - via Betting
Bundesliga Betting: Dortmund to turn the Ruhr from blue to yellow - Betting.betfair - via Betting
Bundesliga Betting: Schalke to slip up again - Betting.betfair - via Betting
Bundesliga Betting: Eagles to clip the wings of an old friend - Betting.betfair - via Betting