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German Bundesliga Betting Tips
The Bundesliga was founded in 1963 as Germany’s top football division and has remained as such ever since, making it one of the longest lasting league structures in the modern European football landscape. Although brighter lights may flicker in parts of England and Spain, the German Bundesliga is the second best league in the world according to UEFA’s current coefficients and is broadcast across the world as a division full of talent and fantastic football teams.
An impressive amount of teams across Germany have competed in the top division over the course of it’s 52 years - 53 clubs to be exact - and has the highest average attendance in all of football. A total of 12 clubs have won the famous salad bowl although Bayern Munich with 24 titles far outweighing any of their domestic competitors, however the likes of Borussia Dortmund and Wolfsburg are always looking to add to their modest totals.
It has the highest average attendance figures of any football league in the world. In fact, the only sports competition in the world with a higher average is American Football (NFL) - proving that the popular Bundesliga is definitely getting something right.
German Bundesliga Table 2015/16
Here is the Bundesliga table for the 2015/16 season with an added-on form guide for each side.
The German top division follows your standard ruling of three points for a win, one point for a draw and zero points for a defeat however its league format differs slightly from what we’re used to seeing in England and across parts of Europe. From the 2008-09 season onwards the DFB (German FA) reinstalled the former promotion and relegation system which involved the bottom two finished in the top division earning automatic relegation to the 2.Bundesliga, to be replaced by the top two sides in the second division that season.
The third-from-bottom team in the Bundesliga is entered in to a play-off match with the third-placed side from the Bundesliga 2, with the winner of the two-legged affair either keeping or earning their top-flight status for the following season. This system, which was previously in place from 1981 to 1991, replaced a different setup which had all of the bottom three Bundesliga sides relegated automatically and replaced by the top three sides from the Bundesliga 2.
Due to the healthy state of the league’s European coefficients the top four at the end of every season earn the right to fight it out against the best in the Champions League, with the fifth and sixth place spots reserved for the Europa League. The DFB Pokal Cup, Germany’s FA Cup - also hands out a Europa League place to the winners, yet if that side are already in a European spot then the seventh placed Bundesliga team picks up the qualification spot.
Like most European leagues the Bundesliga also follows a winter break system, which allows for a six-weak hiatus in the middle of he season from mid-December until the end of January.
Bundesliga Football Fixtures 2015/16
- 19:30 GMT, 11th Sep 2015
Borussia Moenchengladbach vs. Hamburger SV1. Bundesliga, Germany Borussia-Park, Germany
- 14:30 GMT, 12th Sep 2015
Bayern Munich vs. Augsburg1. Bundesliga, Germany Allianz Arena, Germany
- 14:30 GMT, 12th Sep 2015
Hannover 96 vs. Borussia Dortmund1. Bundesliga, Germany HDI-Arena, Germany
- 14:30 GMT, 12th Sep 2015
Ingolstadt vs. Wolfsburg1. Bundesliga, Germany Audi Sportpark, Germany
- 14:30 GMT, 12th Sep 2015
Hertha Berlin vs. VfB Stuttgart1. Bundesliga, Germany Olympiastadion, Germany
- 14:30 GMT, 12th Sep 2015
Bayer Leverkusen vs. Darmstadt1. Bundesliga, Germany BayArena, Germany
- 17:30 GMT, 12th Sep 2015
Eintracht Frankfurt vs. FC Cologne1. Bundesliga, Germany Commerzbank Arena, Germany
- 14:30 GMT, 13th Sep 2015
Hoffenheim vs. Werder Bremen1. Bundesliga, Germany Wirsol Rhein-Neckar-Arena, Germany
- 16:30 GMT, 13th Sep 2015
Schalke 04 vs. Mainz 051. Bundesliga, Germany Veltins Arena, Germany
- 19:30 GMT, 18th Sep 2015
Mainz 05 vs. Hoffenheim1. Bundesliga, Germany Coface Arena, Germany
Watch Bundesliga Football Live Streaming
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Best German Bundesliga Tipsters
Last season saw plenty of profit and knowledge shared amongst a fiercely competitive season of German Bundesliga tips. Thousands of tips were written by our committed community and as you can see in the top 5 table from last season, there's an abundance of knowledge right at your fingertips.
If you want to start writing Bundesliga tips this season our advice is check out last season's top tipsters and see how they approached matches. It might also be worth checking out if any of them have forged any kind of strategy that you too can take inspiration from.
Bundesliga Teams 2015/16 Guide
There is no disputing that Bayern are the clear favourites for this coming Bundesliga title race yet the Bavarian giants may come up against some stubborn opponents in Dortmund and Wolfsburg, while Bayer Leverkusen and Borussia Moenchengldbach will be hoping to build upon last season’s top four finish.
Just below the chasing pack will be the Royal Blues of Schalke who have a tricky transition season ahead under new manager Andre Breitenreiter, along with Augsburg, Werder Bremen and Hoffeheim.
This would then leave the mid-table to be populated by the likes of Mainz, FC Koln, Eintracht Frankfurt, Stuttgart and possibly even Hannover, while the rest fight it out over the relegation scrap at the bottom of the table.
Betting on the German Bundesliga
As one of the most popular football leagues in Europe, the Bundesliga is as you would expect, one of the most popular football leagues to bet on. Thousands of people across the world enjoy betting on the Bundesliga every week of the season.
This is reflected in the number of Bundesliga betting tips posted by the bettingexpert community right throughout the season. From the when the season begins in August to its conclusion in May, our betting community post some of the best Bundesliga betting tips you'll find on the web.
Best Bundesliga Bookmakers and Offers
As one of the top football leagues in the world the German Bundesliga undoubtedly offers some of the most extensive coverage across the betting platform in comparison to some of its competing, alternative European divisions.
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The world of in-play betting is at your fingertips, with many most top bookmakers offering you the opportunity to pick and chose your bets based on the very game before your eyes in real time. And did we mention the welcome bonus offers?
bettingexpert is more than happy to work hand in hand with some of the best tipsters around the world and share with you some of the best deals across the industry, with all the world’s leading online bookmakers. Our experience, research and knowledge within the sector is second to none is available for all BettingExpert users in the comprehensive Bookmaker Review section.
So maybe you fancy sticking a few, safe pounds on Bayern Munich to win another league title or you quite like the erratic and inconsistence world of Schalke, or even fancy yourself to be a fan of Thomas Tuchel’s revival at Dortmund? Make sure you don’t miss your opportunity to soak in all the information we have for you to enjoy.
How to Bet on The Bundesliga
As one of the most popular football leagues in Europe, bookmakers offer plenty of betting options for the Bundesliga every weekend of the season. If you enjoy head to head betting, goal totals or handicaps, you will find plenty of options for betting on the Bundesliga this season.
If you prefer alternative betting markets and exotics, most popular bookmakers offer a full range of options for betting on the Bundesliga. From who will score the first goal, time of the first goal or correct score betting, there's a number of options available if you love betting on the Bundesliga.
Creating a Bundesliga Betting Strategy
Only two sides have won the Bundesliga over the course of the past six seasons in the top flight of German football. Yet where that duopoly used to consist of Bayern Munich and Dortmund it now looks as though Dieter Hecking’s VfL Wolfsburg have taken the latter’s place as the regular thorn in Pep Guardiola’s side. Wolfsburg have amassed an impressive team over the course of the past few years and have shown on occasions that they can match Bayern Munich on their day.
The tipster community at bettingexpert will leave no stone unturned in offering the best research and sparking the most interesting debates and it may just be the key tool to your German Bundesliga betting patterns throughout the season. Before placing your first bet take advantage of our incredible Bundesliga promotions by visiting our extensive free bets section on bettingexpert.
Bundesliga Tips - 1X2
Across bettingexpert’s expansive community the most common punt in the Bundesliga section is the 1X2, which essentially means a home win, X for a draw and then two for an away win. Such a bet can be made as late as half-time and is what the majority of Bundesliga tipsters use.
Bundesliga Tips - Asian Handicap Betting
Sometimes the difference in quality between one side in the Bundesliga and another can be quite notable, therefore the Asian Handicap bet on the German top division is something that most bookmakers tend to-offer.
Here at bettingexpert you will find that the Bundesliga tipsters tend to follow suit more often than not.
Bundesliga Betting Stats
Over the last 5 Bundesliga seasons:
- Wolfsburg had the lowest “failure to score” ratio in the Bundesliga last season, scoring at least one goal in 81 percent of their league matches.
- Frankfurt were the side who most relied on their home form with 74.4 percent of their points from last season coming from home games.
- No team scored more equalisers in the league last season than Werder Bremen. (32 percent of their total goals)
- Bayern Munich won nine Bundesliga games last season by four or more goals. Leverkusen were second, completing the feat on four occasions.
- Despite finishing second in the Bundesliga both teams scored in no less than 68 percent of Wolfsburg’s games last season.
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