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Shirts from the German Bundesliga

The Bundesliga is the highest division in German professional football. It was introduced by a decision of the German Football Association on July 28, 1962 in Dortmund - from the 1963/64 season.

Adidas
Article code FC_Nurnberg_Adidas_training_2004-2005_M
€29,95
in stock
Adidas training shirt 1. FC Nürnberg 2004/05
Size: M (unisex)
Condition: 10/10 (new) Read more
Adidas
1. FC Nürnberg
Adidas training shirt 1. FC Nürnberg 2004/05
Size: M (unisex)
Condition: 10/10 (new)
€29,95
Nike
Article code Werder_Bremen_Nike_2009-2010_Away_XXL
€34,95
in stock
Nike football shirt Werder Bremen 2009/10
Size: XXL (unisex)
Condition: 9.5/10 (used) Read more
Nike
Werder Bremen
Nike football shirt Werder Bremen 2009/10
Size: XXL (unisex)
Condition: 9.5/10 (used)
€34,95
Nike
Article code Hertha_BSC_Nike_Home_164(YXL)
€19,95
in stock
Nike football shirt Hertha BSC
Size: YXL (164)
Condition: 9.5/10 (used) Read more
Nike
Hertha BSC
Nike football shirt Hertha BSC
Size: YXL (164)
Condition: 9.5/10 (used)
€19,95
Jako
Article code Eintracht_Frankfurt_Jako_training_2013-2014_L
€29,95
in stock
Jako training shirt Eintracht Frankfurt 2013/14
Size: L (unisex)
Condition: 9/10 (used) Read more
Jako
Eintracht Frankfurt
Jako training shirt Eintracht Frankfurt 2013/14
Size: L (unisex)
Condition: 9/10 (used)
€29,95
Puma
Article code Borussia_Dortmund_Puma_2015-2016_home_164(YXL)
€9,95
in stock
Puma Football Shirt Borussia Dortmund 2015/16
Size: YXL (164)
Condition: 8/10 (used) Read more
Puma
Borussia Dortmund
Puma Football Shirt Borussia Dortmund 2015/16
Size: YXL (164)
Condition: 8/10 (used)
€9,95
Adidas
Article code FC_Schalke_04_Adidas_goalkeeper_#1_Neuer_152(YL)
€29,95
in stock
Adidas goalkeeper shirt Schalke 04 2010/11
Size: YL (152)
Condition: 9/10 (used) Read more
Adidas
Schalke 04
Adidas goalkeeper shirt Schalke 04 2010/11
Size: YL (152)
Condition: 9/10 (used)
€29,95
Puma
Article code Borussia_Monchengladbach_Puma_training_XXXL
€24,95
in stock
Puma training shirt Borussia Mönchengladbach
Size: 3XL (unisex)
Condition: 9.5/10 (used) Read more
Puma
Borussia Mönchengladbach
Puma training shirt Borussia Mönchengladbach
Size: 3XL (unisex)
Condition: 9.5/10 (used)
€24,95
Adidas
Article code Bayern_Munich_Adidas_2003-2004_Home_140(YM)
€19,95
in stock
Adidas football shirt Bayern Munich 2003/04
Size: YM (140)
Condition: 8.5/10 (used) Read more
Adidas
Bayern Munich
Adidas football shirt Bayern Munich 2003/04
Size: YM (140)
Condition: 8.5/10 (used)
€19,95
Adidas
Article code FC_Schalke_04_Adidas_2002_2004_Home_M
€49,95
in stock
Adidas football shirt Schalke 04 2002/04
Size: M (unisex)
Condition: 9/10 (used) Read more
Adidas
Schalke 04
Adidas football shirt Schalke 04 2002/04
Size: M (unisex)
Condition: 9/10 (used)
€49,95
Adidas
Article code Bayern_Munich_Adidas_2005-2006_Home_M
€29,95
in stock
Adidas football shirt Bayern Munich 2005/06
Size: M (unisex)
Condition: 8/10 (used) Read more
Adidas
Bayern Munich
Adidas football shirt Bayern Munich 2005/06
Size: M (unisex)
Condition: 8/10 (used)
€29,95
Adidas
Article code Bayern_Munich_Adidas_Training_2005-2006_XS
€24,95
in stock
Adidas training shirt Bayern Munich 2005/06
Size: XS (unisex)
Condition: 9.5/10 (used) Read more
Adidas
Bayern Munich
Adidas training shirt Bayern Munich 2005/06
Size: XS (unisex)
Condition: 9.5/10 (used)
€24,95
Nike
Article code 1._FSV_Mains_05_Nike_training_2013-2014_L
€34,95
in stock
Nike training shirt 1. FSV Mainz 05 2013/14
Size: L (unisex)
Condition: 9/10 (used) Read more
Nike
1. FSV Mainz 05
Nike training shirt 1. FSV Mainz 05 2013/14
Size: L (unisex)
Condition: 9/10 (used)
€34,95
Shirts from the German Bundesliga

The Bundesliga is the highest division in German professional football. It was introduced by a decision of the German Football Association on July 28, 1962 in Dortmund - from the 1963/64 season.

In the Bundesliga, eighteen clubs compete against each other in home and away matches. The champion automatically participates in the UEFA Champions League, the highest attainable football tournament in Europe. The two lowest-ranking clubs are automatically relegated to the 2. Bundesliga, the second highest football division in Germany since 1974. The third-to-last club plays relegation matches against the number three of the 2. Bundesliga.

The Bundesliga was initially only the football competition of the former West Germany, but from 1991/92 - after the German reunification with East Germany and the western part - it became the main competition of the new Germany.

The most successful club is Bayern Munich with 30 Bundesliga titles, also current national champions. After Bayern Munich, Borussia Mönchengladbach and Borussia Dortmund are the most successful clubs with both five league titles (note: the league championships prior to the introduction of the Bundesliga are not included in this count).