Club loyalties are often decided when we're children. But it's not long before some of us regret out choices. Our reporter Philipp has had plenty of time for regrets. He supports Stuttgarter Kickers.
Halil Altintop previously played for Kaiserslautern, Schalke, Frankfurt and Trabzonspor. At the start of the season he transferred to tiny FC Augsburg. What motivated the move?
"When a goal's scored, the team turn their backs on you to return the ball to the centre spot". That's how former USA keeper Kasey Keller described his job.
What do Jerôme Boateng, Manuel Schmiedebach, Änis Ben-Hatira and Ashkan Dejagah have in common? They're all "Big Brothers" - role models and backers of the midnight football project.
Coming into round 25, Gladbach striker Max Kruse hadn't scored in nine games. It's been a sobering stretch after a torrid first season half that saw him called up to the German national team.
Our interview guest this week is Hoffenheim playmaker Sejad Salihovic. As a child he fled with his parents from war-torn ex-Yugoslavia to Austria and then Berlin.
He's not a fan of the limelight and doesn't like giving interviews. So it's ironic that he's been playing in the Bundesliga for 16 years where he's required to talk to the press. He couldn't get past us, either.
Peruvian Jefferson Farfán has been flying down the right wing for Schalke since 2008. We spoke to him about the difficulties he had in adjusting to life in Germany and how he copes with having his family back in Lima.
If there's one player who embodies Dortmund's down-to-earth, fight-till-you-drop spirit, it's Jakub Blaszczykowski.
Kick off! meets the Arab journalist Obaida al Yandouzi. He explains how FC Bayern and the Arab world are profitting from each other...
Verbeek is virtually unknown in Germany, unlike back home in the Netherlands where he is known as quite a tough guy. But is that really true? Wouldn't he prefer to be renowned for his football knowledge?
German coach Klaus Stärk is a great example of how the power of football can bring change to countries all over the world.
Marcell Jansen is the sole survivor of the Hamburg side from 2008. He’s seen nine head coaches in the five years since he joined the club.
Frankfurt’s midfield general will be leaving the club next summer, if not sooner. The 23-year-old has apparently attracted interest from the likes of Arsenal and Bayern Munich.
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