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  1. Eintracht Frankfurt - Wikipedia

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    Eintracht Frankfurt e.V. (German pronunciation: [ˈʔaɪntʁaxt ˈfʁaŋkfʊʁt]) is a German professional sports club based in Frankfurt, Hesse, that is best known for its football club, currently playing in the Bundesliga, the top tier of the German football league system.

    • 8 March 1899; 121 years ago
    • Bundesliga
  2. Eintracht Frankfurt | Club | Bundesliga

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    All info, news and stats relating to Eintracht Frankfurt in the 2020-2021 Bundesliga season

  3. Germany - Eintracht Frankfurt - Results, fixtures, squad ...

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    Founded 1899 Address Mörfelder Landstraße 362 60528 Frankfurt am Main Country Germany Phone +49 (1805) 060 303 Fax +49 (69) 955 03 268 E-mail info@eintracht-frankfurt.de

  4. List of Germany international footballers - Wikipedia

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    In total, 951 players have represented the Germany national team. This list covers players with twenty or more caps for the national team organised by the German Football Association, including West Germany. The players are initially ordered by number of caps (in descending order), then by alphabetical order of surname.

  5. Famous German Football Players - Thefamouspeople.com

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    There is no denying the fact that Germany has some of the world’s best football players in the history of the game. Had it not been so, Germany wouldn’t have clutched the title of World Champions for the fourth time in 2014, non-consecutively in the 17 tournaments held.

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  7. DFB-Pokal - Wikipedia

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    East Germany also had its own national cup: the FDGB Cup, the cup of the Freie Deutsche Gewerkschaftsbund, the association of the East German trade unions. It was introduced in 1949 and awarded annually until 1991 after German reunification in 1990 led to the merger of the football leagues of the two Germanys.

  8. Bundesliga | official website

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    The official Bundesliga website. The latest news, info and stats for clubs in 2020-2021 can be found here

  9. List of football clubs in Germany - Wikipedia

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    Eintracht Frankfurt: Bundesliga: 1 Frankfurt: Hesse: 1 4 1 FC Eintracht Rheine: Oberliga Westfalen: 5 Rheine: NRW: 0 0 0 TSV Eintracht Stadtallendorf: Regionalliga Südwest: 4 Stadtallendorf: Hesse: 0 0 0 FC Mecklenburg Schwerin: NOFV-Oberliga Nord: 5 Schwerin: Mecklenburg-Vorp. 0 0 0 Eintracht Trier: Oberliga Rheinland-Pfalz/Saar: 5 Trier ...

  10. Top 10 Sports in Germany: Most Popular German Sports 2020 Edition

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    • Fussball – Soccer Or Football
    • Golf
    • Eishockey – Ice Hockey
    • Basketball
    • Formel 1 – Formula 1
    • Handball
    • Tennis
    • Skiing
    • Cycling
    • Boxing

    Football is without the slightest doubt THE most famous sport in Germany.To give you a better idea about how massive the influence of football is here in Germany let’s have a look at the national football association called DFB – Deutscher Fussball Bund.The DFB is with roughly 7 Mio members the single largest sports federation worldwide.Comparing that with people living in Germany that means that roughly 10% of all Germans are in some direct way affiliated with the German football association...

    Unfortunately Golf still is a sport in Germany that only people with a lot of money seem to practice.Most golf clubs require a membership or a substantial fee to let golfers on the course.And even though right now we have a very successful German golfer, Martin Kaymer, German free TV does not show any golfing tournaments.

    Many people say that there is no other sport in Germany where the fans in the stadium make more noise and party than at a ice hockey game.Most major cities also have a ice hockey team in first league, so make sure to see if this rumor about the fantastic atmosphere is right for yourself.The German icehockey league is considered one of the best leagues worldwide, but of course well behind the more famous American NHL.

    Thanks to Detlef Schrempf and especially Dirk Nowitzki, two very successful German basketball players in the NBA, Basketball is a very famous sport in Germany as well.The German Basketball leaugue though is far from being the top one in Europe, but the atmosphere at one of the games is very emotional and definitely something you should try to check out.

    Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel – These two fantastic racers were single handedly responsible for the big hype there was around Formula 1 back in the days.Both Schumacher and Vettel were so successful drivers, that for years they dominated the sport and made millions of Germans very proud to watch the races on Sunday afternoons at home.But now that Schumacher and Vettel are not World champions anymore, the Germans seemed to have lost some interest in Formula 1.But hopefully this Formu...

    Handball is another famous sport in Germany.Interestingly enough it seems that especially in smaller cities, where no major football team attracts the crowds, Handball is very famous and the teams from smaller cities are very successful.Other than the German handball league, which is considered to be the best worldwide, the German national team seems give some very inconsistent performances.

    Boris Becker and Steffi Graf. Similar to our Formula 1 heroes, these two players were responsible for the big hype around tennis in the 90ies in Germany.While Boris Becker was the youngest player to ever win the title at Wimbledon, Steffi Graf was on the top spot of female tennis players for years.Nowadays tennis is still a very popular sport for Germans to practice, but the interest in watching it on TV has dropped significantly.

    Similar to tennis, skiing is a sport that Germans love to practice themselves rather than watching it on TV.Every winter the roads towards the Alps are blocked with people spending their winter holidays skiing in the Alps.Germany has many top skiing destinations, which most of them are naturally in the Alps, the highest mountains in Germany.A highlight for sure is taking the Zugspitzbahn to the top of the highest German mountain, die Zugspitze.But if you are not in the South of Germany there...

    Contrary to tennis or skiing, cycling is a sport that Germans used to love to watch on a Sunday afternoon on TV.We honestly know not a single cyclist, who practices this as a serious sport.But also cycling on TV has lost a lot of fans as the biggest German cyclist like Erik Zabel or Jan Ullrich both have been connected to doping in the past.

    Henry Maske and the Klitschkos. These great boxers, even though the Klitschkos were not born in Germany, made boxing a very popular sport in Germany.Each boxing event brought in thousands of people in the stadiums and millions of viewers in front of their TVs.Even though the Golden times of Henry Maske are over, boxing nowaday still is a very popular sport in Germany thanks to the Klitschkos.

  11. Football in Germany - Wikipedia

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    Football is the most popular sport in Germany. The German Football Association (German: Deutscher Fußball-Bund or DFB) is the sport's national governing body, with 6.6 million members (roughly eight percent of the population) organized in over 26,000 football clubs.