Best Supported Bundesliga Clubs To Date

A total of 50 clubs have competed in the Bundesliga so far. The Bundesliga consists of eighteen teams and is operating on a system of relegation and promotion for years. FC Bayern Munich is the best betting team, winning more than twenty-five titles. Other champions include Borussia Dortmund, Werder Bremen, Hamburger SV,  VfB Stuttgart and Borussia Mönchengladbach. German football clubs are famous for their loyal supporters, so here we have an exciting list of best supported Bundesliga clubs this year.

  1. Kaiserslautern

This betting club is in Bundesliga 2; Kaiserslautern boasts unusual and outstanding statistics when it comes to its supporters. For instance, the Fritz-Walter Stadion has made the history and held over 40,000 – more than half the population of the town alone.

  1. Eintracht Frankfurt

Though Eintracht Frankfurt fans endured some miserable times most recently with relegations from the Bundesliga, the Commerzbank-Arena has seen over 45,000 for home games – this figure puts the club in the lists of best-supported clubs in the world.

  1. Hertha Berlin

Hertha Berlin is one of the most popular and oldest German clubs. So far, it has trained a large number of players and has averaged over 42,000 at home games. Hertha Berlin has always given fierce competition to its rivals, notably Borussia Dortmund, in football betting.

  1. FC Koln

FC Koln has been enjoying the membership of the Bundesliga for years. Its average crowd at the RheinEnergieStadion was only 500 under the capacity. The club is famous for its high-profile international players and boasts the record for most games with no goal.

  1. Hamburg

Though Hamburg has not won any trophy since 1987, this club is famous among its Hamburg fans. The club has set records of almost 51,000 at Volksparkstadion, proving its credibility. HSV won the DFB-Pokal four times, the League Club three times and the German championship five times. The players of this club play the domestic games in Bahrenfeld, a famous city of Hamburg.

  1. Stuttgart

When it comes to football betting, Stuttgart is considered the best European club. For years, Stuttgart has enjoyed a massive fan base and has set various records both at domestic and international level. Its average score has been 60,000-plus in Mercedes-Benz Arena. David Alaba, Mats Hummels, and Willi Orban are the most prominent batting players of this club.

  1. Borussia Moenchengladbach

It’s safe to say that the park could not gain so much fame without the involvement of the Borussia Moenchengladbach club. For a club that spent years outside the top division, the Borussia Moenchengladbach is amazingly famous and incredibly durable. More than 50,000 fans and the touch short of 54,000 made the Borussia Park one of the most popular parks in the world.

  1. Schalke

Schalke was given tough competition by its rival, Borussia Dortmund, but the club managed to score well both in domestic and international games. It has continued to turn up in its droves despite the lack of success in a couple of games. The club has been around since 1950 and has set various records. Schalke holds long-standing rivalries with clubs like Borussia Dortmund, and the matches of the two teams are named as Revierderby. As of July 2017, this club posses the highest operating income in Germany and generates over $260 million in revenues every year.

  1. Borussia Dortmund

If you imagine that 81,000 budgerigars are lined up, you will get to know what the sea of yellow and green is like in the Westfalenstadion when Borussia plays at domestic level. It is one of the biggest stadiums in Germany and is known for its friendly environment, thanks to the Borussia Dortmund for making it famous among the fans. The club has been attended by over 12,000 players so far. Its team is part of some largest and most famous sports clubs, making Borussia Dortmund the second biggest sports club in terms of its membership.

  1. Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich is not only Europe’s best-supported club, but also is famous worldwide. This clubs boasts a staggering 237,000 members at the latest count in 2017 and has filled out the 78,000 capacity of the Allianz Arena stadium. This club was founded in the 1900s by eleven players and is led by Franz John. The club won its very first championship in 1932 and made the headlines in no time, but it was not chosen for the Bundesliga until 1960.

The Bundesliga was founded in 1961 in Dortmund and began its first season in 1963. Its organization and structure underwent some changes, and the Deutscher Fußball-Bund owns the Bundesliga.

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