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The league structure has changed frequently and typically reflects the degree of participation in the sport in various parts of the country. In the early s, changes were driven by the reunification of Germany and the subsequent integration of the national league of East Germany.
Every team in the two Bundesligen must have a licence to play in the league, or else they are relegated into the regional leagues.
To obtain a licence, teams must be financially healthy and meet certain standards of conduct as organisations. The 1. Bundesliga is financially strong, and the 2.
Bundesliga has begun to evolve in a similar direction, becoming more stable organizationally and financially, and reflecting an increasingly higher standard of professional play.
Hamburger SV was the only club to have played continuously in the Bundesliga since its foundation, until 12 May , when the club was relegated for the first time.
In the —09 season, the Bundesliga reinstated an earlier German system of promotion and relegation, which had been in use from until From until , a different system was used, in which the bottom three finishers of the Bundesliga had been automatically relegated, to be replaced by the top three finishers in the 2.
From until two, or later three, teams had been relegated from the Bundesliga automatically, while promotion had been decided either completely or partially in promotion play-offs.
The season starts in early August  and lasts until late May, with a winter break of six weeks mid-December through to the end of January.
Prior to the formation of the Bundesliga, German football was played at an amateur level in a large number of sub-regional leagues until, in , part-time semi- professionalism was introduced and only five regional Oberligen Premier Leagues remained.
Regional champions and runners-up played a series of playoff matches for the right to compete in a final game for the national championship.
Through the s, there were continued calls for the formation of a central professional league, especially as professional leagues in other countries began to draw Germany's best players away from the semi-professional domestic leagues.
At the international level, the German game began to falter as German teams often fared poorly against professional teams from other countries.
A key supporter of the central league concept was national team head coach Sepp Herberger who said, "If we want to remain competitive internationally, we have to raise our expectations at the national level.
The league fielded 14 teams with two relegation spots. The defeat of the national team by Yugoslavia 0—1 in a World Cup quarter-final game in Chile was one impetus of many towards the formation of a national league.
East Germany, behind the Iron Curtain, maintained its separate league structure. The first Bundesliga games were played on 24 August Early favourite 1.
Dynamo Dresden and F. Hansa Rostock were seeded into the top-tier Bundesliga division, with other clubs being sorted into lower tiers. The German football champion is decided strictly by play in the Bundesliga.
Each club plays every other club once at home and once away. Originally, a victory was worth two points, with one point for a draw and none for a loss.
Since the —96 season, a victory has been worth three points, while a draw remains worth a single point, and zero points are given for a loss.
The club with the most points at the end of the season becomes German champion. The two teams at the bottom of the table are relegated into the 2.
Bundesliga, while the top two teams in the 2. Bundesliga are promoted. The 16th-placed team third-last , and the third-placed team in the 2.
Bundesliga play a two-leg play-off match. The winner of this match plays the next season in the Bundesliga, and the loser in the 2.
If two clubs are still tied after all of these tie-breakers have been applied, a single match is held at a neutral site to determine the placement.
However, this has never been necessary in the history of the Bundesliga. In terms of team selection, matchday squads must have no more than five non-EU representatives.
Nine substitutes are permitted to be selected, from which three can be used in the duration of the game. That year it was the only European football league where clubs collectively made a profit.
The Bundesliga has the lowest ticket prices and the highest average attendance among Europe's five major leagues. By contrast, in the other major European leagues numerous high-profile teams have come under ownership of foreign billionaires and a significant number of clubs have high levels of debt.
In the cases of Bayer Leverkusen and Wolfsburg, the clubs were founded by major corporations respectively Bayer AG and Volkswagen as sports clubs for their employees, while Hoffenheim has long received its primary support from SAP co-founder Dietmar Hopp , who played in the club's youth system.
After the German Football Association and the Bundesliga required every club to run a youth academy with the aim of developing local talent for the club and the national team.
This in turn allows more money to be spent on the smaller number of players that are bought. In the s, the Bundesliga was regarded as competitive, as five teams have won the league title.
At the end of each season, clubs in the Bundesliga must apply to the German Football Federation DFB for a licence to participate again the following year; only when the DFB, who have access to all transfer documents and accounts, are satisfied that there is no threat of insolvency do they give approval.
In addition, no individual is allowed to own more than 49 per cent of any Bundesliga club, the only exceptions being VfL Wolfsburg , Bayer Leverkusen and current 3.
Liga member FC Carl Zeiss Jena should they ever be promoted to the Bundesliga as they were each founded as factory teams.
Despite the good economic governance, there have still been some instances of clubs getting into difficulties. In subsequent years, the club went through extensive restructuring to return to financial health, largely with young home-grown players.
Based on its per-game average, the Bundesliga is the best-attended association football league in the world; out of all sports, its average of 45, fans per game during the —12 season was the second highest of any professional sports league worldwide, behind only the National Football League of the United States.
Out of Europe's five major football leagues Premier League , La Liga , Ligue 1 , and Serie A , the Bundesliga has the lowest ticket prices and the highest average attendance.
Many club stadia have large terraced areas for standing fans by comparison, stadia in the English Premier League are all-seaters due to the Taylor Report.
Match tickets often double as free rail passes which encourages supporters to travel and celebrate in a relaxed atmosphere. According to Bundesliga chief executive Christian Seifert , tickets are inexpensive especially for standing room as "It is not in the clubs' culture so much [to raise prices].
They are very fan orientated". Football has got to be for everybody. The spectator figures for league for the last ten seasons:.
The Bundesliga broadcast rights are sold along with the broadcast rights to the relegation playoffs, 2. Bundesliga and DFL-Supercup.
Prior to the —20 season, Eurosport sublicensed its broadcast rights to sports streaming service DAZN , which will broadcast games previously allocated to Eurosport until the conclusion of the —21 season.
Starting with the —19 season, Sky began arranging simulcasts of high-profile Saturday games on free TV to promote its coverage of the league. The history of the German football championship is complex and reflects the turbulent history of the country through the course of the 20th century.
Brought to the country by English expatriates, the sport had taken root in the cities of Berlin , Hamburg , Stuttgart , and Leipzig in the s,  leading to the growth of city, regional, and academic leagues, each with their own championships.
Since , the first-place finisher in the Bundesliga has been recognized as the national champion. Bayern Munich hold the record for the most championships with 30, all but 1 of these coming in Bundesliga competition.
BFC Dynamo claimed 10 titles in the former East Germany, winning these championships in consecutive seasons — Bayern Munich hold the record for the most championships with 30, all but one of these coming in Bundesliga competition.
The new English game of football quickly caught on in late 19th-century Germany, which had previously been a nation of gymnasts. The earliest attempt at organizing some form of national championship came in when city champions Viktoria 89 Berlin invited FC Hanau 93 to play a challenge match.
The Hanauers were unable to afford the cost of the trip and so were unable to take up the invitation. After its formation in , the DFB began to establish its authority over the myriad city and regional leagues springing up throughout the country and organized the first officially recognized national championship in The prize of German football was the Viktoria, a trophy statue of a seated Roman goddess of victory , donated by the committee that organized German participation in the Olympic Games in Paris — and originally intended to be shared with teams playing the rugby version of football.
To qualify for the German championship finals, a club had to win one of the regional championships, which, in some cases, predate the national one.
Those were:. From onwards, the runners-up of those competitions were also qualified for the German championship finals, which had been expanded to sixteen clubs.
The two strongest regions, South and West were also allowed to send their third-placed team. This system of regional championships was abolished in and superseded by the Gauliga system.
With the beginning of the —34 season, top-flight German football was reorganized into 16 regional Gauligen with each of these leagues sending their champion to the national playoffs.
This expanded the national championship competition with the addition of regional champions from the new circuits. Competition during the war was also characterized by the formation of military-based clubs including the Luftwaffe side LSV Hamburg which appeared in the era's last national championship match at the end of the —44 season.
Play finally collapsed as the war drew to its conclusion and no champion was declared in — The first cup competition was staged in and won by 1.
FC Nürnberg. Occupying Allied authorities ordered the dissolution of most organizations in the country. However, many football clubs were soon re-established and new sides formed; play was tentatively resumed.
By , a new first division league structure, the Oberligen, was in place in most of the Western zone of occupation. The restored competition maintained the German game's historical practice of play in regional leagues.
An exception was in French-occupied Saarland where attempts by France to annex the state were manifested in the formation of a separate, but short-lived, football competition that staged its own championship.
In the Soviet-occupied East zone, a more enduring separation took place that was not mended until the reunification of Germany in As a result, Eastern-based clubs did not take part in the German national championship under the DFB, vying instead for a different prize.
The country's capital city of Berlin was similarly divided and clubs based in West Berlin took part in western-based competition.
The Viktoria disappeared at war's end, although it would eventually reappear and be held in East Germany. A new trophy — the Meisterschale — was introduced in the west in The first post-war champions were 1.
FC Nürnberg 2—1 over 1. Over time, the notion of professionalism — long anathema to German sports — made inroads in the country. A consequence of this was that by , a distinct national amateur championship was established, open to teams playing below the Oberliga level in second- and third tier leagues.
The post-war occupation of Germany by the victorious Allies eventually led to the de facto partition of the country and the emergence of two separate German states, each with its own government and institutions.
Early plans to maintain a national championship to be contested by representatives from the eastern and western halves of the country quickly fell by the wayside in the context of the Cold War.
From through to an East German football champion was declared, until the eastern competition was reintegrated into the German national competition under the DFB.
FC Hansa Rostock captured the title in the transitional —91 season, and alongside runners-up SG Dynamo Dresden, advanced to play in the Bundesliga, thereby fully integrating former Eastern clubs into a unified German championship.
The formation of the Bundesliga in marked a significant change to the German football championship. The historical regional league and national playoff format was abandoned in favour of a single unified national league.
Sixteen teams from the five Oberligen in place at the time were invited to be part of the new circuit — which also for the first time formally acknowledged the sport as professional rather than amateur.
The new league adopted a round-robin format in which each team plays every other club once at home and once away.
There is no playoff, with the club having the best record at the end of the season claiming the German championship. FC Köln captured the first-ever Bundesliga title in the league's inaugural —64 season.
Since then the competition has been dominated by Bayern Munich which has taken the championship in 29 of the 57 Bundesliga seasons played to Over the history of the German football championship 29 different clubs have won the title.
The most successful club is FC Bayern Munich with 30 titles to its credit, 29 of those coming in Bundesliga competition. The most successful pre-Bundesliga club is 1.
FC Nürnberg who took 8 titles in the era of knockout play amongst regional champions. Former German champions are recognized through the Verdiente Meistervereine system which permits the display of a star or stars on a club's jersey.
This system allows for the recognition of both German and East German titles , although only German titles are listed in the table below.
As of German football champions have come from 11 of the 16 German states. The most successful state is Bavaria with 43 championships. Bavaria is also home to the two individually most successful clubs, Bayern Munich and 1.
North-Rhine Westphalia follows with 25 championships. The state is home to the third and fourth most successful clubs, Borussia Dortmund and Schalke In most cases the regional associations of the DFB align with state borders in Germany.
For the champions of these states the regional associations are mentioned as well. From to Austria was part of Germany, and Austrian clubs were thus allowed to compete in the German football championship.
Rapid Wien won one championship in that period. In over a century of German football competition, champions were not declared in several seasons for various reasons.
No champion was declared in due to the DFB's inability to resolve a protest filed by Karlsruher FV over their 1—6 semi-final loss to Britannia Berlin to determine which of these sides would face defending champion Leipzig in that year's final.
Karlsruhe's protest was over the failure to play the match at neutral venue. The national championship was suspended in October due to World War I.
Limited play continued on a regional basis in many parts of the country, while competition was abandoned in other areas.
Several regional leagues continued to declare champions or cup winners. During the Great International Exhibition in South Kensington he was engaged to perform daily piano recitals in the Exhibition building.
From the outset Pauer's piano playing was admired in London , and there he developed a series of concerts, with copious programme notes, that illustrated the development of keyboard music from to modern times; in later years he lectured on this and many other topics.
For five years, he was on the staff of the National Training School for Music —64 and was later recruited in as principal Piano Professor in the newly formed Royal College of Music , he was also associated with the Music Faculty at University of Cambridge.
Pauer's interest in early keyboard music and historically informed performance was reflected in his numerous editions. He was also active as an author and arranger.
He also contributed to the planning of Weimar's botanical park and the rebuilding of its Ducal Palace. Goethe's first major scientific work, the Metamorphosis of Plants , was published after he returned from a tour of Italy.
In he was made managing director of the theatre at Weimar, and in he began a friendship with the dramatist , historian, and philosopher Friedrich Schiller , whose plays he premiered until Schiller's death in During this period Goethe published his second novel, Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship ; the verse epic Hermann and Dorothea , and, in , the first part of his most celebrated drama, Faust.
The German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer named Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship one of the four greatest novels ever written,  [c] while the American philosopher and essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson selected Goethe as one of six "representative men" in his work of the same name along with Plato , Emanuel Swedenborg , Montaigne , Napoleon , and Shakespeare.
Goethe's comments and observations form the basis of several biographical works, notably Johann Peter Eckermann 's Conversations with Goethe Though he had studied law in Leipzig and had been appointed Imperial Councillor, he was not involved in the city's official affairs.
His father and private tutors gave Goethe lessons in all the common subjects of their time, especially languages Latin , Greek , French, Italian, English and Hebrew.
Goethe also received lessons in dancing, riding and fencing. Johann Caspar, feeling frustrated in his own ambitions, was determined that his children should have all those advantages that he had not.
Although Goethe's great passion was drawing, he quickly became interested in literature; Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock and Homer were among his early favorites.
He had a lively devotion to theater as well and was greatly fascinated by puppet shows that were annually arranged in his home; this is a recurrent theme in his literary work Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship.
He also took great pleasure in reading works on history and religion. He writes about this period:. I had from childhood the singular habit of always learning by heart the beginnings of books, and the divisions of a work, first of the five books of Moses , and then of the ' Aeneid ' and Ovid 's 'Metamorphoses'.
If an ever busy imagination, of which that tale may bear witness, led me hither and thither, if the medley of fable and history, mythology and religion, threatened to bewilder me, I readily fled to those oriental regions, plunged into the first books of Moses, and there, amid the scattered shepherd tribes, found myself at once in the greatest solitude and the greatest society.
Goethe also became acquainted with Frankfurt actors. Goethe studied law at Leipzig University from to He detested learning age-old judicial rules by heart, preferring instead to attend the poetry lessons of Christian Fürchtegott Gellert.
In Leipzig, Goethe fell in love with Anna Katharina Schönkopf and wrote cheerful verses about her in the Rococo genre.
In , he anonymously released Annette , his first collection of poems. His uncritical admiration for many contemporary poets vanished as he became interested in Gotthold Ephraim Lessing and Christoph Martin Wieland.
Already at this time, Goethe wrote a good deal, but he threw away nearly all of these works, except for the comedy Die Mitschuldigen.
The restaurant Auerbachs Keller and its legend of Faust's barrel ride impressed him so much that Auerbachs Keller became the only real place in his closet drama Faust Part One.
As his studies did not progress, Goethe was forced to return to Frankfurt at the close of August Goethe became severely ill in Frankfurt.
During the year and a half that followed, because of several relapses, the relationship with his father worsened. During convalescence, Goethe was nursed by his mother and sister.
In Alsace , Goethe blossomed. No other landscape has he described as affectionately as the warm, wide Rhine area. The two became close friends, and crucially to Goethe's intellectual development, Herder kindled his interest in Shakespeare , Ossian and in the notion of Volkspoesie folk poetry.
On 14 October Goethe held a gathering in his parental home in honour of the first German "Shakespeare Day".
His first acquaintance with Shakespeare's works is described as his personal awakening in literature. On a trip to the village Sessenheim , Goethe fell in love with Friederike Brion , in October ,   but, after ten months, terminated the relationship in August At the end of August , Goethe acquired the academic degree of the Lizenziat Licentia docendi in Frankfurt and established a small legal practice.
Although in his academic work he had expressed the ambition to make jurisprudence progressively more humane, his inexperience led him to proceed too vigorously in his first cases, and he was reprimanded and lost further ones.
This prematurely terminated his career as a lawyer after only a few months. At this time, Goethe was acquainted with the court of Darmstadt , where his inventiveness was praised.
Goethe also pursued literary plans again; this time, his father did not have anything against it, and even helped. Goethe obtained a copy of the biography of a noble highwayman from the German Peasants' War.
In a couple of weeks the biography was reworked into a colourful drama. Entitled Götz von Berlichingen , the work went directly to the heart of Goethe's contemporaries.
Goethe could not subsist on being one of the editors of a literary periodical published by Schlosser and Merck. In May he once more began the practice of law at Wetzlar.
In he wrote the book which would bring him worldwide fame, The Sorrows of Young Werther. In later years Goethe would bypass this problem by periodically authorizing "new, revised" editions of his Complete Works.
Goethe thus went to live in Weimar , where he remained for the rest of his life and where, over the course of many years, he held a succession of offices, becoming the Duke's friend and chief adviser.
In , Goethe formed a close relationship to Charlotte von Stein , an older, married woman. The intimate bond with von Stein lasted for ten years, after which Goethe abruptly left for Italy without giving his companion any notice.
She was emotionally distraught at the time, but they were eventually reconciled. Goethe, aside from official duties, was also a friend and confidant to the Duke, and participated fully in the activities of the court.
For Goethe, his first ten years at Weimar could well be described as a garnering of a degree and range of experience which perhaps could be achieved in no other way.
In , when the chancellor of the Duchy's Exchequer left his office, Goethe agreed to act in his place for two and a half years; this post virtually made him prime minister and the principal representative of the Duchy.
The author W. Goethe's journey to the Italian peninsula and Sicily from to was of great significance in his aesthetic and philosophical development.
His father had made a similar journey during his own youth, and his example was a major motivating factor for Goethe to make the trip.
More importantly, however, the work of Johann Joachim Winckelmann had provoked a general renewed interest in the classical art of ancient Greece and Rome.
Thus Goethe's journey had something of the nature of a pilgrimage to it. During the course of his trip Goethe met and befriended the artists Angelica Kauffman and Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein , as well as encountering such notable characters as Lady Hamilton and Alessandro Cagliostro see Affair of the Diamond Necklace.
He also journeyed to Sicily during this time, and wrote intriguingly that "To have seen Italy without having seen Sicily is to not have seen Italy at all, for Sicily is the clue to everything.
Winckelmann had not recognized the distinctness of the two styles. Goethe's diaries of this period form the basis of the non-fiction Italian Journey.
Italian Journey only covers the first year of Goethe's visit. The remaining year is largely undocumented, aside from the fact that he spent much of it in Venice.
This "gap in the record" has been the source of much speculation over the years. In the decades which immediately followed its publication in , Italian Journey inspired countless German youths to follow Goethe's example.
This is pictured, somewhat satirically, in George Eliot 's Middlemarch. Again during the Siege of Mainz , he assisted Carl August as a military observer.
His written account of these events can be found within his Complete Works. In , Friedrich Schiller wrote to Goethe offering friendship; they had previously had only a mutually wary relationship ever since first becoming acquainted in This collaborative friendship lasted until Schiller's death in Vulpius , and their son Julius August Walter von Goethe.
On 13 October, Napoleon 's army invaded the town. The French "spoon guards", the least disciplined soldiers, occupied Goethe's house:.
The 'spoon guards' had broken in, they had drunk wine, made a great uproar and called for the master of the house.
Goethe's secretary Riemer reports: 'Although already undressed and wearing only his wide nightgown His dignified figure, commanding respect, and his spiritual mien seemed to impress even them.
Late at night they burst into his bedroom with drawn bayonets. Goethe was petrified, Christiane raised a lot of noise and even tangled with them, other people who had taken refuge in Goethe's house rushed in, and so the marauders eventually withdrew again.
It was Christiane who commanded and organized the defense of the house on the Frauenplan. The barricading of the kitchen and the cellar against the wild pillaging soldiery was her work.
Goethe noted in his diary: "Fires, rapine, a frightful night Preservation of the house through steadfastness and luck. They had already had several children together by this time, including their son, Julius August Walter von Goethe — , whose wife, Ottilie von Pogwisch — , cared for the elder Goethe until his death in Christiane von Goethe died in Johann reflected, "There is nothing more charming to see than a mother with her child in her arms, and there is nothing more venerable than a mother among a number of her children.
After , Goethe devoted his endeavours primarily to literature. By , Goethe was on amiable terms with Kaspar Maria von Sternberg. In , having recovered from a near fatal heart illness, the year-old Goethe fell in love with the teenaged Ulrike von Levetzow whom he wanted to marry, but because of the opposition of her mother he never proposed.
Their last meeting in Carlsbad on 5 September inspired him to the famous Marienbad Elegy which he considered one of his finest works.
Goethe, now in his seventies, was greatly impressed by the child, leading to perhaps the earliest confirmed comparison with Mozart in the following conversation between Goethe and Zelter:.