German Bundesliga kicks off August 27June 27th, 2012 - 5:30 pm ICT by IANS
Berlin, June 27 (IANS) The German Football League (DFL) has revealed the match fixtures for the 50th Bundesliga season.
Th 2012-13 season starts, as always, with the Bundesliga champions Borussia Dortmund taking on Werder Bremen at the Signal Iduna Park August 27.
“The fixture between Dortmund and Bremen is very rich in tradition. On 24th August 1963 Timo Konietzka scored the first Bundesliga goal ever for Dortmund against Bremen,” Dortmund chairman of the board Hans Joachim Watzke said.
Moreover, promoted team Greuther Fuerth encounter runners-up and German record champions Bayern Munich while Schalke see Hannover. Last season’s stunner team Monchengladbach meet Hoffenheim and Stuttgart face Wolfsburg.
Hamburg clash against Nuremberg as Mainz face Freiburg. Augsburg come together with newly promoted Dusseldorf and promoted Frankfurt play at Leverkusen.
The second half of Bundesliga starts 18 January, 2013.
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- Mainz share points with Hoffenheim in Bundesliga - Feb 18, 2012
- Dortmund share point with Nuremberg - Sep 02, 2012
- Cologne, Bremen celebrate goal festival at Bundesliga - Dec 11, 2011
- Borussia Dortmund edge out Bayern Munich in Bundesliga - Nov 20, 2011
- Mainz shock Stuttgart 3-1 in Bundesliga - Nov 05, 2011
- Cologne relegated, Dortmund break Bundesliga record - May 06, 2012
- Dortmund close in on Bundesgila title - Apr 15, 2012
- Dortmund defeat Freiburg, Nuremberg stun Leverkusen in Bundesliga - Dec 18, 2011
- Bayern stage faultless performance to stay on top - Sep 25, 2011
- Dortmund reaches semifinals at German Cup - Feb 08, 2012
- German record champion Bayern sets Dortmund under pressure - Mar 25, 2012
- Bayern on top with unconvincing victory over Wolfsburg - Jan 29, 2012
- Dortmund drop points as Bayern edge closer - Mar 11, 2012
- Bayern, Monchengladbach, Fuerth in German Cup semis - Feb 09, 2012
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