The Bundesliga is back and BT Sport is broadcasting every single game from Germany’s top-flight over three days of unmissable action this weekend.
After a 61-day hiatus due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, all nine games will be shown live and exclusive on BT Sport as the Bundesliga becomes the first major European league to resume.
For the remainder of the Bundesliga season, BT Sport will broadcast every match, with at least one match per weekend available in stunning 4K UHD picture quality on BT Sport Ultimate.
Borussia Dortmund and Schalke contest the Revierderby (2.30pm kick-off) at The Westfalenstadion in an exceptional day of wall-to-wall live coverage on Saturday 16 May.
Other standout fixtures on Saturday are RB Leipzig’s home clash with Freiburg (2.30pm kick off) and Borussia Mönchengladbach’s trip to Eintracht Frankfurt (5.30pm kick off).
Champions Bayern Munich travel to Union Berlin on Sunday 17 May (5pm kick-off).
Then on Monday 18 May, Bayer Leverkusen round off the bumper weekend as they visit relegation-threatened Werder Bremen (7.30pm kick off) in what promises to be a captivating night under the lights at The Weser Stadium.
BT Sport’s coverage will be presented live from the BT Sport Studio with contributions from home by guests and commentators.
In an added bonus, the Bundesliga Goals Show will bring viewers all of the action and all of the goals as they happen, from every single Saturday Bundesliga game.
Each team has nine or 10 league matches to play in order to complete the season and BT Sport will be with you every step of the way in what promises to be a thrilling climax to the season.
Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “It is great news for BT Sport customers that this weekend they will be able to watch live football.
“With the Bundesliga set to return on Saturday, we’re looking forward to bringing customers nine live football matches, including six live matches on Saturday afternoon, plus highlights, feature programmes and analysis.”
“The Bundesliga is just like the Premier League,” said BT Sport pundit Owen Hargreaves, who spent 10 years in Germany with Bayern Munich.
“I love the Bundesliga because it’s one of the best leagues: stadiums, infrastructure, players, history and tradition. It’s always evolving and improving. The Bundesliga is special to me. I think the fans will really enjoy it.”
Every Bundesliga game will be available on TV, on mobile and tablet devices, or via Xbox, PlayStation, Samsung TV and Apple TV, as well as BTSport.com.
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