Bundesliga Records

Club recordsEdit

Bold clubs are current Bundesliga clubs.

TitlesEdit

ChampionsEdit

PointsEdit

Wins and lossesEdit

GoalsEdit

RunsEdit

ParticipationsEdit

AttendancesEdit

Player and manager recordsEdit

Bold names are of those, who are currently active in the Bundeliga (in the respective category, which their records are relevant to). For example: A player only, if he is still playing and not, if he is, for example, coaching at the moment.

ChampionshipsEdit

Wins and lossesEdit

GoalsEdit

AssistsEdit

AppearancesEdit

RunsEdit

CardsEdit

PenaltiesEdit

League recordsEdit

GoalsEdit

  • Highest number of goals scored in a season: 1,097 in 306 matches (1983–84) (3,58 goals per game)
  • Lowest number of goals scored in a season: 790 in 306 matches (1989–90) (2,58 goals per game)
  • Highest number of goals scored on a single matchday: 53 (matchday 32 of 1983–84)
  • Lowest number of goals scored on a single matchday: 11 (matchday 26 of 1989–90 and matchday 20 of 1998–99)

ResultsEdit

PenaltiesEdit

AttendancesEdit

  • Highest number of viewers in a game: 88,075 by Hertha BSC against 1. FC Köln (matchday 6 of 1969–70)
  • Lowest number of viewers in a game: 827 by Tasmania Berlin against Borussia Mönchengladbach (matchday 19 of 1965–66)[17]
  • Highest average attendancy per game in a season: 45,116 in 2011–12[56]
  • Highest attendancy in a season: 13.805.496 in 2011–12
  • Highest number of sold out games in a season: 169 in 2010–11
  • Highest percentage of sold out games in a season: 55,23 in 2010–11

MatchesEdit

  • Most frequent match: 105 times Hamburger SV vs. Werder Bremen, or Werder Bremen vs. Hamburger SV (in 53 seasons)[57]
  • Highest number of matches played in a season: 380 (1991–92 with 20 teams competing)
  • Lowest number of matches played in a season: 240 (1963–64 and 1964-65 with 16 teams competing)

CardsEdit

  • Highest number of red cards on a single matchday: 8 (matchday 3 of 2013–14)
  • Highest number of cards in a game: 13 (10 yellow cards, 2 straight red cards and 1 red card for the second booking) in the game Borussia Dortmund vs. Bayern Munich (matchday 28 of 2000–01)[17]
  • Highest number of red cards in a season: 98 (1994–95)

FinancesEdit

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x Source:kicker.de – Choosable league table for every season
  2. ^ Total titles for Bayern are 26, but the firstGerman title in 1932 came in the pre-Bundesliga era.
  3. ^ a b c d Converted to 3 points
  4. ^ Hertha got relegated in 2009–10 and were promoted back to Bundesliga just a year later.
  5. ^ Nürnberg got relegated in 1983–84 and were promoted back to Bundesliga just a year later.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x Source:kicker.de – Choosable attendance tables for every season
  7. ^ Not counting 1991 (1 game for 1.FC Köln as interim (he was sporting director at Köln at this particular moment in time) and 2000 (he was hired 5 games before the end of the season to prevent Borussia Dortmund of relegation, which he eventually went on doing), but counting 1970 (he was hired at 14 March 1970, but his then to be team was in a good position in the championship and had all chances but winning the league crown, which they actually didn’t) and 1992-93 (in which he was sacked after the opening half by Schalke 04).
  8. ^ Franz Beckenbauer took over from Erich Ribbeck after the opening half of the 1993-94 season on 28 December 1993 (first training on 7 January 1994).
  9. ^ Franz Beckenbauer was sporting director of Bayern Munich at the time he took over, so technically it was not at a new club, but he hasn’t been coaching before in the Bundesliga, so coachingwise it was a new club.
  10. ^ First season of Giovanni Trapattoni’s second spell at Bayern Munich.
  11. ^ Otto Rehagel had been with 1. FC Kaiserslautern the season before, but that was in the 2. Bundesliga, so after he gained promotion with the club, the whole club was new to the Bundesliga (although having been to the Bundesliga in former times).
  12. ^ Kevin Volland scored the fastest goal ever with 9.2 seconds (Bellarabi’s goal was at 9.5), but the Bundesliga only counts the first digit and so they share the record with 9 seconds each.
  13. ^ Gerd Müller wasn’t included in the squad for the 14th matchday; matchdays 18, 19 and 24 had been resceduled and were all played after Müller’s streak.
  14. ^ Matchday 22 of 1983-84 was played between matchday 29 and 30
  15. ^ Matchday 27 of 1986-87 was played between matchday 28 and 29