They have the bitterest rivalry in German football, one that makes Schalke and Dortmund clashes look like a positive love-in...
He has shot more than 14 thousand photographs in his career to date. Normally his subjects are be miners in Congo, Roma in Hungary or prison inmates in San Pedro...
Timo Hildebrand is a living advertisement for the fact that one should never give up. The former German national keeper's career looked to be over two years ago, when he signed on with Schalke as an emergency back-up.
Gladbach's Brazilian playmaker Raffael is known for being both shy and loyal. He followed coach Lucien Favre, the man who brought him to the Bundesliga, to the Foals.
It hasn't been easy for Bremen coach Robin Dutt who succeeded the legendary Thomas Schaaf after 14 seasons managing the club.
We spoke with Augsburg coach Markus Weinzierl. The native Bavarian pulled off the near impossible feat of rescuing the Acorn Boys from relegation last season.
Germany's top football division kicked off for the first time on August 24th, 1963. Kick off! is marking the 50th anniversary with a party in Berlin's Babylon cinema...
Since he was named captain three years ago, Braunschweig’s
fortunes have gone nowhere but up. Now they’re in the Bundesliga, with Kruppke leading the way. Kick off! talks with him about his role as a team leader.
Dortmund, Real Madrid, Schalke, and the German national team – Christoph Metzelder saw all that in his playing career.
Jody Strauch travelled 12,000 kilometers to watch her very first Schalke match.
German coaches and players are active across the globe. Now they were honored for their commitment to the game. Three German ambassadors were appointed at a gala on May 13.
This week we talk to Schalke coach Jens Keller. Late last year, Keller was suddenly and surprisingly promoted from the Royal Blues' youth ranks to the top job.
Speaking of Leverkusen, we'll be talking to their right back Daniel Carvajal. He's originally from Madrid, but he has put the factory club from western Germany on course for a Champions League berth at the moment.
Congolese-German midfielder Cedric Makiadi is a familiar face in the Bundesliga. He began his professional career with Wolfsburg, but he truly found a footballing home in Freiburg.
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