The DFB team still isn't playing their best, even despite the win against Georgia in Tbilisi on Sunday. DW sports editor Stefan Nestler says that German football fans should stop worrying though.
Germany defeated Georgia 2-0 in their fifth EURO 2016 qualifying game. The win in Tbilisi sees Joachim Löw's team back on track after two straight qualifying disappointments.
Poland and Ireland draw and Portugal win, while the Czechs, Dutch and Italians stumble. Check out the best images from this weekend's 2016 European Championship qualifiers.
Bundesliga heavyweights Bayern Munich could spend 100 million euros on a transfer, according to the club's finance director Jan-Christian Dreesen. That amount would smash existing Bundesliga records.
The Bundesliga continues to be under the financial microscope, particularly compared to other leagues. A new regulation, revealed on Thursday by the league's operators, further reduces the chance of major investment.
Hannover's 26-year-old captain confirmed on social media that he will leave the club in the summer to join high-flying Borussia Monchengladbach for a reported three million euros.
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World Cup-winning women's football coach Silvia Neid will make way for Steffi Jones as new coach of the German national team. The change isn't set to happen until next year though.
Tiger Woods has fallen out of the best 100 golfers in the world for the first time in his professional career. The 39-year-old American hasn't competed since early February after re-aggravating a back injury.
Sebastian Vettel has won his first race in a Ferrari at the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday. Drivers' championship overall leader Lewis Hamilton had to settle for second, after problems with his tires.
German team FFC Frankfurt has a good chance of winning the treble this year in women's football. DW's Jonathan Harding spoke to the team's coach: a unique Englishman with endless football tales to tell.
German cricket fan Pierre Winkler headed all the way to Melbourne just for the Cricket World Cup final. He was surprised that, despite their resounding win, the home fans didn't seem that fussed about the result.