2. Bundesliga Tips
Germany have produced some of the best professional football players in the world even though their league structure was only formed in 1963. Unlike England, Italy and Spain whose professional league are composed of many tiers, Germany has two pro-league division. Currently, they are the 1. Bundesliga, the highest level of professional league and the second tier is 2. Bundesliga. Both leagues are managed and operated by the Deutsche FuBball Liga (DFB) and are treated on the same level footing by DFB.
There are a total of 34 games in the season which runs from August to May and a winter break in the middle of the season which last 6 weeks in 2. Bundesliga. It is played in a round robin system. Each team plays each other with one home and one away game, where the points system is only awarded to the winner. The winner of each game is rewarded 3 points on the table, a draw or a lose does not have points at all. At the end of the season, the points are calculated and the club with the highest score wins the 1. Bundesliga title.
There are 18 football clubs in 1. Bundesliga and 2. Bundes league respectively in every season. In 2008-09, new regulations were implemented regarding the selection of team squad and the relegation and promotion of clubs. Although it was controversial and confusing, it has benefited EU-players and weakest club in the top league. With the domination of foreign players, a team selection rule has been implemented. The new rule states that during every match day, the squad selection must have no more than five non-EU players.
Promotion and Relegation
Since the introduction of the new ruling, the two top teams in 2. Bundesliga will be promoted into the 1. Bundesliga. The 3rd place in league will not be automatically promoted to the top division. The club have to play against the 3rd bottom team from 1. Bundesliga and whoever loses the playoff match will be playing for the next season of 2. Bundesliga.
The two teams at the bottom of the table will be automatically relegated to third-highest football league in Germany, the 3. Liga (a semi-professional league that was only established in 2008 when it replaced Regionalliga on its position as the third-highest league). The 3rd bottom team will have to play a two leg promotion/relegation playoff with a team in the 3. Liga.
2. Bundesliga might not be as popular as 1. Bundesliga but it the competition on this league is as exciting as the top professional league in Germany. We always have free 2. Bundesliga tips odds. Enjoy and Good luck!
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