In 1963 the Bundesliga started its success story. Almost 59 years later, a special anniversary is on the program: The 32nd matchday is also the 2000. The BL history.
- the game day distributed over the longest period
- game day with the most goalless play
- matchday with the most games with the same result
- game day with the most narrow victories
- matchday with the most victories after deficit
- most teams that were in the meantime behind
- Most different goal scorers on a match day
- Most double packers on a match day
- Most owners on a match day
- Most goals in the 90th minute or later
- most spectators
- game day with the most coaching changes
- longest duration until the first goal of the match day fell
- matchday with the most used players
- Matchday with the lowest proportion of German goal scorers in the league
And the upper house looks back on many superlatives and records. We present a selection here that goes beyond the well -known records.
the game day distributed over the longest period
The 17th matchday of the 1988/89 season was distributed over the longest period. The actual matchday took place on December 2, 1988; The catch -up game between Hamburger SV and Borussia Mönchengladbach 139 days later on April 20, 1989. The game was unusual because of too strong snowfall in Hamburg.
game day with the most goalless play
On the 20th matchday of the 1998/99 season there were five goalless games.
matchday with the most games with the same result
On matchday 29 of the 1966/67 season, six games ended 1-1.
game day with the most narrow victories
On matchday 7 of the 2002/03 season and on the 34th matchday of the 2001/02 season, eight of nine games were won with just one goal difference. In 2001/02 only 1860 Munich won 4-2 against Gladbach; 2002/03 Werder Bremen 4-1 against VfL Bochum.
matchday with the most victories after deficit
So far, five different teams have been won after one deficit on three match days: 5th matchday 1972/73; 28th matchday 2013/14 and 34th matchday 2010/11.
most teams that were in the meantime behind
On the 28th matchday of the 2013/14 season, 15 of the 18 teams had to go behind in the meantime. Only Schalke (against Hertha), Braunschweig (against Leverkusen) and Mainz (against Augsburg) were never left on the matchday.
Most different goal scorers on a match day
On the 32nd matchday of the 1983/84 season, 43 different players met in the Bundesliga.
Most double packers on a match day
There were ten different players on two match days who each achieved a double pack: on matchday 15 of the 1984/85 season and on matchday 34 of the 2001/02 season.
Most owners on a match day
On matchday 5 of the 2015/16 season, five players scored in their own goal.
Most goals in the 90th minute or later
On two match days, six goals each scored in the 90th minute or later: on matchday 11 of the 2019/20 season and on matchday 3 of the 2021/22 season.
On the 33rd matchday of the 2009/10 season, 485,210 spectators came to the nine Bundesliga games.
game day with the most coaching changes
After the 22nd matchday of the 1964/65 season, four Bundesliga coach left their club: Josef Schneider (Hertha BSC), Rudi Gutendorf (MSV Duisburg), Günter Brocker (1. FC Kaiserslautern) and Kurt Baluses (VfB Stuttgart).
There were three changes after a match day five times; Most recently on matchday 26 of the 2009/10 season, when Armin Veh left Hamburger SV, Pierre Littbarski VfL Wolfsburg and Felix Magath FC Schalke 04.
longest duration until the first goal of the match day fell
On the 20th matchday of the 2005/06 season, the earliest goal of the match day only fell in the 37th minute. Marco Streller scored 1-0 for 1. FC Köln against 1. FC Kaiserslautern.
matchday with the most used players
On the 34th matchday of the 2020/21 season, 284 players were deployed.
Matchday with the lowest proportion of German goal scorers in the league
On the 19th matchday of the 2002/03 season, only one German player hit the opposing goal. Harry Koch for 1. FC Kaiserslautern against Schalke 04 in the 90th minute. In addition to Koch, a second German player scored a goal on the said matchday, but Stefan Schnoor (VfL Wolfsburg) hit Gladbach into his own goal. The other 16 goals scored players who were not eligible to play for the DFB.