July 21, 2017

All in One Place — The Bundesliga, Bundesliga 2, 3.Liga, DFB Pokal and National Team Schedules

What more could you ask for?  The schedules for German football — the Bundesliga, Bundesliga 2, 3.Liga, DFB Pokal and the German National Team, all in one place, brought to you by your friends at the Bundesliga Fanatic.  Enjoy !!!

3. Liga 20172018 Season Schedule

The 3. Liga is a competition consisting of 20 clubs and is an interesting, quality league..  The new season kicks off on Friday, July 21 as Karlsruher SC host VfL Osnabrück.  Match highlights and occasionally an entire match are available on the 3. Liga YouTube network.

 

 

Bundesliga 2 2017/2018 Season Schedule

Germany’s 2nd division kicks off its season on Friday, July 28 as VfL Bochum host FC St. Pauli.  Three matches follow on Saturday, four on Sunday, and MatchDay 1 closes on Monday as Fortuna Düsseldorf play visiting Eintracht Braunschweig.  Currently only the exact days and times for MatchDays 1 through 8 are fixed.  Some of the top matches in the upcoming Bundesliga 2 season are highlighted here.

 

DFL SuperCup — Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich Sat Aug 5

Pokal Champions Borussia Dortmund, under new Coach Peter Bosz, will host rekordmeister Bundesliga champions FC Bayern Munich under veteran Coach Carlo Ancelotti.

 

 

 

DFB Pokal First Round

The 2017/2018 DFB Pokal competition begins on the weekend of August 11 this year, with 32 matches spread from Friday through Monday. Upsets abound in the first round, as the ‘bigger’ clubs all play away to their lower competition opponents, who generally have a regular season match or two already under their belts, whereas the 18 first division clubs open their seasons the next weekend. The 32 teams that survive the first round will be scheduled to play the next round on the weekend of October 24.  The first round schedule is printed out below.

 

Bundesliga 2017/2018 Season Schedule

 The Bundesliga was organized in 1963 and has annually leads the beautiful game in average match attendance and goals scored per match.  This season begins on Friday, August 18 as FC Bayern Munich host Bayer 04 Leverkusen.  The exact times and dates for the Bundesliga matchdays 1-6 have been fixed and are included.

 

 

German National Team Schedule

Jogi Low’s World Champions just won the Confederations Cup in Russia, while the German U21s won the European championship a few days beforehand in one of the greatest weekends for German football.  The senior squad returns to World Cup qualification on September 1 and September 4, travelling to face the Czech Republic before hosting Norway in the second match of the international break

 

DFB Pokal First Round

Date Left
Friday,
2017-08-11
20:45
Club logo Rot-Weiss Essen As shown in Fig. Club logo Borussia Monchengladbach
Friday,
2017-08-11
20:45
Club logo Karlsruher SC As shown in Fig. Club logo Bayer 04 Leverkusen
Friday,
2017-08-11
20:45
Club logo Holstein Kiel As shown in Fig. Club logo Eintracht Braunschweig
Saturday,
2017-08-12
15:30
Club logo Germania Halberstadt As shown in Fig. Club logo SC Freiburg
Saturday,
2017-08-12
15:30
Club logo Chemnitzer FC As shown in Fig. Club logo Bayern Munich
Saturday,
2017-08-12
15:30
Club logo Lüneburger SK Hansa As shown in Fig. Club logo 1. FSV Mainz 05
Saturday,
2017-08-12
15:30
Club logo Leher TS Bremerhaven As shown in Fig. Club logo 1. FC Cologne
Saturday,
2017-08-12
15:30
Club logo SpVgg Unterhaching As shown in Fig. Club logo 1. FC Heidenheim
Saturday,
2017-08-12
15:30
Club logo TuS Erndtebrück As shown in Fig. Club logo Eintracht Frankfurt
Saturday,
2017-08-12
15:30
Club logo TuS Koblenz As shown in Fig. Club logo Dynamo Dresden
Saturday,
2017-08-12
15:30
Club logo 1. FC Rielasingen-Arlen As shown in Fig. Club logo Borussia Dortmund
Saturday,
2017-08-12
15:30
Club logo SV Eichede As shown in Fig. Club logo 1. FC Kaiserslautern
Saturday,
2017-08-12
18:30
Club logo Rot-Weiß Erfurt As shown in Fig. Club logo 1899 Hoffenheim
Saturday,
2017-08-12
18:30
Club logo Jahn Regensburg As shown in Fig. Club logo SV Darmstadt 98
Saturday,
2017-08-12
18:30
Club logo Arminia Bielefeld As shown in Fig. Club logo Fortuna Dusseldorf
Saturday,
2017-08-12
20:45
Club logo Würzburger Kickers As shown in Fig. Club logo Werder Bremen
Sunday,
2017-08-13
15:30
Club logo TSV 1860 Munich As shown in Fig. Club logo FC Ingolstadt
Sunday,
2017-08-13
15:30
Club logo VfL Osnabrück As shown in Fig. Club logo Hamburger SV
Sunday,
2017-08-13
15:30
Club logo Bonner SC As shown in Fig. Club logo Hannover 96
Sunday,
2017-08-13
15:30
Club logo SF Dorfmerkingen As shown in Fig. Club logo RB Leipzig
Sunday,
2017-08-13
15:30
Club logo 1. FC Schweinfurt 05 As shown in Fig. Club logo SV Sandhausen
Sunday,
2017-08-13
15:30
Club logo SV Morlautern As shown in Fig. Club logo SpVgg Greuther Fürth
Sunday,
2017-08-13
15:30
Club logo 1. FC Saarbrucken As shown in Fig. Club logo 1. FC Union Berlin
Sunday,
2017-08-13
15:30
Club logo FC Nottingen As shown in Fig. Club logo VfL Bochum
Sunday,
2017-08-13
15:30
Club logo Eintracht Norderstedt As shown in Fig. Club logo VfL Wolfsburg
Sunday,
2017-08-13
18:30
Club logo 1. FC Magdeburg As shown in Fig. Club logo FC Augsburg
Sunday,
2017-08-13
18:30
Club logo Energy Cottbus As shown in Fig. Club logo VfB Stuttgart
Sunday,
2017-08-13
18:30
Club logo SV Wehen Wiesbaden As shown in Fig. Club logo Ore Mountains Aue
Monday,
2017-08-14
18:30
Club logo MSV Duisburg As shown in Fig. Club logo 1. FC Nuremberg
Monday,
2017-08-14
18:30
Club logo SC Paderborn 07 As shown in Fig. Club logo FC St. Pauli
Monday,
2017-08-14
18:30
Club logo BFC Dynamo As shown in Fig. Club logo FC Schalke 04
Monday,
2017-08-14
20:45
Club logo Hansa Rostock As shown in Fig. Club logo Hertha BSC

 

 

 

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Gerry Wittmann

Gerry is the founder of the Bundesliga Fanatic. Besides loving German football, he also enjoys the NBA, collecting jerseys and LPs, his pets and wishes he had more time for fishing, bicycling and learning the bass guitar.

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