Bundesliga

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The Bundesliga (Federal League) is the name for the premier league of any sport in Austria and Germany.

Germany[edit]

German Bundesliga at Wikipedia.
Used on its own, Bundesliga usually refers to Germany's highest football league. In Germany it was established in the the 1963/64 season.

Deutschland Bundesliga Champions[edit]

Team Name Victories Season
FC Martini 5 18, 19, 20, 22, 23
FC Teerlunge 3 25, 26, 27
Boca JBA 3 35, 36, 37
FC Phoenix Mühlburg 2 16, 17
SC Zinedane 2 32, 38
F95-Psychos 2 41, 44
Hühnerhaufen 1 21
666. FC Taube 1 24
Victoria 1 28
Husum Dreamteam 1 29
Harsefelder FC 1 30
Schwaben Stuttgart 1 31
Tantris Shanghai 1 33
TSV Kalkspur Oedheim 1 34
Knickfüße 1 39
Uni Kiel 1 40
SV Consti 98 1 42
SC Beira Mar 2004 1 43
Kickers Lumpenhafen 1 45
Drexel Sior 1 46
Eggefighters cf 1 47
Tus Eintracht Hinte 1 48
SV Dirkito Wiesbaden 1 49

Austria[edit]

Austrian Bundesliga at Wikipedia.
Used on its own, Bundesliga usually refers to Austria's highest football league. In Austria it was established in the the 1974 season.

Österreich Bundesliga Champions[edit]

Team Name Victories Season
Styrian Killer 6 9, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
Torpedo Wien Amateure 6 30, 36, 37, 39, 40, 41
Strebersdorfer Soccer-Buam 3 10, 12, 14
Condors 2 3, 4
FC Lonso 2 6, 7
FC Michelndorf 2 22, 24
Broodwar 2 25, 27
TFC Kellerkinder 2 31, 33
Wyndon 1 5
1. FC Forza Vienna 1 8
FC Pinzgau 1 11
Gut 1 13
1. Grafenegger Landsockerei 1 20
FK Germania Gansbach 1 21
1. FC Union Stratzing 1 23
cf payne 1 26
1. FC Grazian 1 28
DLHF Altenmarkt 1 29
SK Austria Klagenfurt 1 32
KxAxM 1 34
1.FC Hans Dampf 1 35

Teams[edit]

  • For a list of all (former) teams of the German Bundesliga check German teams.
  • For a list of all (former) teams of the Austrian Bundesliga check Austrian teams.


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