DBUK

Welcome to DBUK!

Our blog will hopefully keep you informed on the latest happenings in both the Bundesliga and 2.Bundesliga.

It’ll also give you some ideas on a football trip to Germany you may have been thinking about, and advice on what to do when you’re there. (This section is still in the pipeline and will be up soon)

Have a look round, using either the tabs at the top or the categories on the sidebar. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to keep abreast of the very latest!

We’re also looking for contributors, particularly English speaking, German residents who share our passion. Please e-mail or tweet us if you’re willing to help!

Have a good read,

your DBUK team.

DieBundesligaUK, founded February 2011.

Follow us on Twitter – @DieBundesligaUK

LATEST POSTS:

2.Bundesliga – 1860: Past, Present and Future (5/4)

Bundesliga – The Talking Points – Week 27 (20/3)

Bundesliga – Huge weekend at the bottom – the relegation permutations of Week 27 (18/3)

Bundesliga –  The extraordinary freefall of Eintracht Frankfurt (13/3)

The Experience –  VfL Britain – the birth of a fanclub (7/3)

Bundesliga –  Can Dortmund buck the back-to-back Bundesliga trend? (5/3)

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2 Responses to “DBUK”

  1. Gregg Devine 29/04/2011 at 3:47 pm #

    Greetings and glad I found you!

    I am the chairman of schalke uk fan club and what we have achieved is testament to the growing reputation of the bundi. In just over a year we have 260 members which makes us the 10th biggest fanclub at schalke and the biggest in the uk for a german team. Just down to organisation.

    Got a feeling that although schalke got tonked by man utd, the positive reporting of german fan culture is going to attract many more Brits to Germany to experience a real matchday.

    Keep up the good work and I’ll post a story after the pokal final in
    May.

    Cheers

    Gregg

    • diebundesligauk 13/05/2011 at 9:32 am #

      Sorry for the late reply here Gregg, must’ve completely missed this. Thank you, a post-Pokal story would be great, ta! All the best.

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