This man has experienced relegation woes more than once. The end of his stint with Eintracht Braunschweig saw a drop to the second division. But Bellarabi was in luck...
Wang Fei is the first Chinese player in the women’s Bundesliga. She became keeper at Turbine Potsdam in December.
Jörg Schmadtke made his name as a goalkeeper, but now he's running things at Cologne, along with coach Peter Stöger.
There are supporters, and then there are fanatics. Ursula Lorenz and Erwin Ernst are lifelong fans of Schalke, and that's saying something.
We talked with Tayfun Korkut ahead of Saturday's match, when he was still Hanover's coach. After a crushing loss to Leverkusen, Korkut was fired - even though the club had guaranteed his job 'til the end of the season.
After 25 years of unofficially running Hoffenheim, billionaire Dietmar Hopp is finally being allowed to take ownership of the club. Hopp talks to DW about the financial realities of the Bundesliga business.
Union Berlin has a reputation for being anti-establishment – and very much a fans’ club. Ten years after himself playing in the youth team, Kick off! reporter Pascal returns to explore the legends surrounding the club.
The Women's World Cup gets underway in just three months time, and to help them prepare for the tournament in Canada, 12 teams are are contesting the Algarve Cup in Portugal.
Bayern have Pep Guardiola, Dortmund have Jürgen Klopp, and Wolfsburg have a relatively low-profile coach in Dieter Hecking.
One team that always seems to punch above its weight and avoid relegation is Freiburg. We sat down to chat with the stand-out French midfielder, who joined Freiburg as a youth player in 2008.
Nadine Angerer is a true star of women's football. The 2013 World Player of the Year has played all over the globe, and this year she's looking forward to the World Cup in Canada.
Reuter won the World Cup and Champions League in his career as a player. He joined Augsburg in 2012 as their commercial manager.
Eckhard Krautzun has coached numerous Bundesliga teams, including Kaiserslautern, Freiburg and Wolfsburg.
Michael Nees is coach of Israel’s Under-21 team since 2013 and is also Technical Director of the Israeli Football Federation.