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FOX to broadcast final day of Bundesliga season

FOX Sports will broadcast the final day of the 2016/17 Bundesliga season live across the FOX network, FS1, FS2 and FOX Soccer Plus.

The “all in” coverage of the Bundesliga will include the game between Bayern Munich and Freiburg on the over-the-air FOX network, as well as the relegation battle between Hamburg and Wolfsburg on FS1, while Dortmund-Werder Bremen will be on FOX Soccer Plus and, lastly, all of the other games will be shown on FS2 via the MultiMatch 90 format.

Here’s the schedule of games for the final day of the Bundesliga season (all times Eastern USA):

Saturday, May 20

Bayern Munich vs. Freiburg, 9:30am, FOX, FOX Deportes, FOX Soccer 2GO and fubo Premier (via FOX Sports GO authentication) (free 7-day trial)

Hamburg vs. Wolfsburg, 9:30am, FOX Sports 1, FOX Soccer 2GO, DIRECTV NOW, Sling Blue and fubo Premier (free 7-day trial)

Borussia Dortmund vs. Werder Bremen, 9:30am, FOX Soccer Plus, FOX Soccer 2GO and fubo Premier (free 7-day trial)

Hertha Berlin vs. Leverkusen, 9:30am, FOX Sports 2 (as part of MultiMatch 90 whiparound coverage), FOX Soccer 2GO, DIRECTV NOW, Sling Blue and fubo Premier (free 7-day trial)

Frankfurt vs. Leipzig, 9:30am, FOX Sports 2 (as part of MultiMatch 90 whiparound coverage), FOX Soccer 2GO, DIRECTV NOW, Sling Blue and fubo Premier (free 7-day trial)

Monchengladbach vs. Darmstadt, 9:30am, FOX Sports 2 (as part of MultiMatch 90 whiparound coverage), FOX Soccer 2GO, DIRECTV NOW, Sling Blue and fubo Premier (free 7-day trial)

Koln vs. Mainz, 9:30am, FOX Sports 2 (as part of MultiMatch 90 whiparound coverage), FOX Soccer 2GO, DIRECTV NOW, Sling Blue and fubo Premier (free 7-day trial)

Hoffenheim vs. Augsburg, 9:30am, FOX Sports 2 (as part of MultiMatch 90 whiparound coverage), FOX Soccer 2GO, DIRECTV NOW, Sling Blue and fubo Premier (free 7-day trial)

Ingolstadt vs. Schalke, 9:30am, FOX Sports 2 (as part of MultiMatch 90 whiparound coverage), FOX Soccer 2GO, DIRECTV NOW, Sling Blue and fubo Premier (free 7-day trial)

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5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Ivan

    May 20, 2017 at 11:44 am

    Multi Match on FS2 was fantastic. My observations:
    Really easy to cheer for Dortmund. They play such an open style of football, and they better keep Tuchel.
    Farewell of Xabi Alonso and Lahm, 2 of the greats of their generation.
    You think no one cares about the Europa League-think again, and see what happened at the FC Cologne game…place went bonkers.
    Dear Wolfsburg-you shouldn’t have disrespected the Florida Cup during the winter break and sent your second string team-RELEGATION PLAYOFF for you! Boom!
    Hamburg yet again survive somehow…every time I’ve seen them this season they looked awful, even today. Not sure how they squeezed in.
    Looking forward to next season!

  2. Ivan

    May 16, 2017 at 5:27 pm

    I won’t complain like most on this blog of Fox’s coverage of the Bundesliga. I was able to see what I wanted to see from the Bundesliga this season.
    It’s been a very enjoyable season, relegation drama until the end, and the quality of play has been superb.
    I won’t talk about the one team league argument; it is what it is. Bayern is not only a German powerhouse, they are European and a world powerhouse as well.
    Enjoyed watching Dortmund, M’gladbach, even the hated RB Leipzig, and Hoffenheim. Got to see live in offseason Leverkusen here in Tampa (then they went back home and went on a losing spree, lol)…
    It’s a great league, probably top 5 in the world, couldn’t care less about poor tv ratings on US television, it’s a damn good league…

    • Joey

      May 20, 2017 at 11:38 pm

      Hell yes! EverythingEPLtalk.com will not give it credit because it’s on Fox and not EPL. Fact is the bundesliga is more entertaining and a better quality. Very happy with what fox has done and the only reason ratings lag is because the eplsnobs haven’t figured out how to cheer for a team in a fake German accent like they do when they yell “come on Chelsea” at the bar in a Brit accent. Sorry just facts.

  3. NaBUru38

    May 16, 2017 at 3:28 pm

    Too bad they don’t use FX and FXX.

    • R.O

      May 16, 2017 at 3:38 pm

      I agree, especially FXX. NBCSN does it for EPL – they use CNBC and for final MD of season they use many other networks.

      The only thing being shown on FXX at that time of the morning are old movies. You’d think Fox could spare 2 hrs on FXX for Bundesliga vs an old movie.

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