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Classification of the German Soccer League, Bundesliga
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The Bundesliga is the competition between the highest category soccer teams in Germany. It has been held annually since 1963. The season usually runs from the months of August to May. Currently, the first division of this league is formed by 18 teams that play against each other, once on each team`s field according to a calendar created by drawing lots. The result of this competition determines the German teams that will participate in the various European competitions. This ranking contains the classifications of all the seasons since its creation.

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Teamcolumns columns Points  (pts)
1Munich 1860Munich 186050
2Borussia DortmundBorussia Dortmund47
3Bayern de MunichBayern de Munich47
4Werder BremenWerder Bremen45
51.FC Koln1.FC Koln44
61.FC Nürnberg1.FC Nürnberg39
7Eintracht FrankfurtEintracht Frankfurt38
8MSV DuisburgMSV Duisburg36
9Hamburger SVHamburger SV34
10Eintracht BraunschweigEintracht Braunschweig34
11VfB StuttgartVfB Stuttgart32
12Hannover 96Hannover 9630
13Borussia MönchengladbachBorussia Mönchengladbach29
14FC Schalke 04FC Schalke 0427
151.FC Kaiserslautern1.FC Kaiserslautern26
16Karlsruher SCKarlsruher SC24
17Borussia NeunkirchenBorussia Neunkirchen22
18Tasmania 1900 BerlinTasmania 1900 Berlin8
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