Browse the Bundesliga TV schedule below for games shown on US television and streaming, on channels such as FOX Sports 1, FOX Soccer Plus, FOX Sports 2, Univision Deportes, FOX Deportes, Sling Blue and fubo Premier.
Also included are Bundesliga TV schedule listings for teams playing in the Champions League and Europa League, summer friendlies, domestic competitions such as German cup matches, and games featuring the German national team. Bookmark this page and return to it often. You’ll find the latest schedule of TV games, in many cases posted before the information is officially released.
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Bundesliga TV schedule
All times Eastern USA
— Last updated: April 23, 2018
Wednesday, April 25
Friday, April 27
Saturday, April 28
Sunday, April 29
Tuesday, May 1
Thursday, May 3
Europa League semifinals 2nd leg, TV/streaming TBD
Saturday, May 5
Wednesday, May 16
Europa League final, TV/streaming TBD
Saturday, May 19
Bayern Munich vs. Frankfurt (DFB-Pokal Final), 2:30pm, ESPN Deportes and Sling TV (7-day free trial)
Saturday, May 26
UEFA Champions League final, 2:45pm, TV/streaming TBD
Saturday, June 2
Austria vs. Germany (friendly), time TBD, TV/streaming TBD
Sunday, June 8
Germany vs Saudi Arabia (friendly), time TBD, TV/streaming TBD
Sunday, June 17
Saturday, June 23
Wednesday, June 27
Friday, July 20
Sunday, July 22
Wednesday, July 25
Saturday, July 28
Thursday, September 6
Germany vs. France (UEFA Nations League), 2:45pm, TV/streaming TBD
Saturday, September 13
Netherlands vs. Germany (UEFA Nations League), 2:45pm, TV/streaming TBD
Tuesday, October 16
France vs. Germany (UEFA Nations League), 2:45pm, TV/streaming TBD
Monday, November 19
Germany vs. Netherlands (UEFA Nations League), 2:45pm, TV/streaming TBD
In 2015, FOX Sports embarked on its inaugural season as the U.S. home to the Bundesliga, Germany’s top professional soccer league. This season, more than 300 regular-season matches are scheduled for live television or streaming in the U.S. for the first time ever, more than double past years, including 58 slated for FOX Sports 1.
The Bundesliga season consists of 306 matches played from August to May. Last season, in addition to the 58 games telecast on FOX Sports 1, 60 were earmarked for FOX Sports 2, and the remainder offered via FOX Soccer Plus. On the Spanish-language side, FOX Deportes was set to televise 105 matches, while GolTV en Español broadcasted a select number of live matches. Additionally, every game televised on FOX Sports 1 or FOX Sports 2 was streamed live on desktop computers via FOXSoccer.com as well as the FOX Sports GO mobile app. All FOX Soccer Plus matches were streamed on the FOX Soccer 2 GO app.
In 2015, host Ian Joy joins FOX Sports as its lead Bundesliga studio host, sitting alongside a rotation of analysts including Eric Wynalda, like Joy a Bundesliga veteran. Joy, previously with beIN SPORTS, is a former soccer professional, having played in Germany, most notably at Hamburg, and also with Real Salt Lake and the Portland Timbers in Major League Soccer. Wynalda is the first American-born player to play for a top-level German club (Saarbrucken) and won the Bundesliga Best Newcomer of the Year award in 1992. Special guest analysts are expected to join the panel throughout the season. FOX Sports also offer features, interviews and reports provided by Sky Deutschland, its sister network in Germany and the Bundesliga’s domestic rights holder.
FOX Deportes’ broadcast team includes some of the most respected and experienced analysts in Hispanic media. Former Mexican soccer player, Mariano Trujillo joins play-by-play announcer John Laguna. Claudio “El Emperador” Suarez who represented Mexico in three World Cups joins Troy Santiago. Fernando Schwartz, one of Mexico’s most recognizable names in sports joins long-time FOX Deportes announcer Ariel Torrone. Francisco X. Rivera, who recently served as a sideline reporter for FOX Sports at the Gold Cup takes on play-by-play duties with retired soccer player Alvaro Izquierdo.
FOX Sports has the exclusive TV and streaming rights to the Bundesliga in the United States through until the end of the 2019-2020 season.
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