Bundesliga Records 1963 - 2012

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  1. Gregoriak

    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

    Feb 27, 2002
    Bolzplatz
    Almost all of the records in this thread were taken from the book "50 Jahre Bundesliga" by Werner Welsch.

    http://www.amazon.de/dp/3897843862

    Covered are seasons 1963-64 up to season 2011-12.

    Last season many records were broken or showed a change in the respective Top 10 lists.

    Historic changes that occurred in the last season are not covered, but feel free to list them.
     
    Dearman repped this.
  2. Gregoriak

    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

    Feb 27, 2002
    Bolzplatz
    Most consecutive games without receiving a yellow card

    Outfield players

    Games Player time span
    299 Bum Kun Cha (11.08.1979 - 15.04.1989)
    136 Werner Dressel (17.05.1980 - 25.02.1986)
    123 Bernd Dürnberger (11.08.1979 - 13.08.1983)
    117 Marco Bode (05.08.1989 – 23.09.1995)
    109 Klaus Fischer (22.09.1979 – 01.10.1983)
    109 Frank Hartmann (19.05.1984 – 17.10.1987)
    103 Bernard Dietz (22.05.1982 – 08.11.1986)
    103 Hans-Jörg Criens (17.04.1986 – 13.10.1989)
    101 Thomas Kroth (31.08.1983 – 30.05.1987)

    Goalkeepers

    212 Andreas Köpke (31.10.1987 – 27.04.1996) [one red card]
    183 Ulrich Stein (27.09.1986 – 05.11.1995) [two red cards]
    157 Ralf Zumdick (05.09.1981 – 29.05.1987)
    152 Oliver Reck (01.08.1987 – 05.03.1994) [one red card]
    145 Wolfgang Kleff (11.08.1979 – 03.09.1985)
    133 Claus Reitmaier (12.10.1996 – 05.11.2000)
    132 Rüdiger Vollborn (19.05.1984 – 22.07.1988)
    120 Uwe Kamps (12.03.1983 – 26.08.1989)

    Most penalty saves

    absolute

    23 of 76 Rudolf Kargus (1974 – 1987)
    18 of 88 Harald Schumacher (1974 – 1988)
    17 of 64 Norbert Nigbur (1966 – 1981)
    14 of 44 Andreas Köpke (1986 – 1996)
    14 of 73 Dieter Burdenski (1971 – 1986)
    13 of 44 Claus Reitmaier (1991 – 2003)
    13 of 57 Richard Golz (1989 – 2005)
    12 of 53 Ronnie Hellström (1975 – 1984)
    11 of 28 Robert Enke (1998 – 2009)
    11 of 36 Petar Radenkovic (1964 to 1970)

    relative

    %
    39.29 Robert Enke
    31.82 Andreas Köpke
    31.82 Tim Wiese
    30.56 Petar Radenkovic
    30.26 Rudolf Kargus
    29.55 Claus Reitmaier
    26.56 Norbert Nigbur
    24.39 Uwe Kamps
    24.39 Dr. Peter Kunter
    22.81 Richard Golz

    Most consecutive games

    Outfield players

    259 Heinz Simmet (14.04.1970 – 03.12.1977)
    246 Manfred Binz (28.03.1987 – 11.03.1994)
    212 Hans-Hubert Vogts (14.08.1965 – 24.09.1971)
    203 Michael Bella (01.04.1967 – 17.03.1973)
    200 Wolfgang Seel (16.12.1972 – 28.10.1978)
    177 Heiner Baltes (18.01.1975 – 04.03.1980)
    157 Horst Köppel (31.08.1968 – 24.02.1973)
    153 Ditmar Jakobs (18.09.1976 – 21.02.1981)
    152 Hans-Josef Hellingrath (18.05.1968 – 22.11.1972)
    152 Jürgen Grabowski (21.09.1974 – 03.02.1979)

    Goalkeepers

    442 Josef Maier (20.08.1966 – 09.06.1979)
    245 Wolfgang Kleff (19.04.1969 – 12.06.1976)
    224 Ulrich Stein (07.11.1987 – 09.04.1994)
    213 Harald Schumacher (23.04.1977 – 03.09.1983)
    166 Stefan Klos (07.09.1991 – 11.05.1996)
    163 Rüdiger Vollborn (29.08.1989 – 26.02.1994)
    158 Eike Immel (09.06.1979 – 11.02.1984)
    155 Dieter Burdenski (19.05.1973 – 12.11.1977)
    151 Hans-Jörg Butt (28.09.2002 – 10.02.2007)
    150 Dieter Burdenski (28.11.1981 – 21.03.1986)
    150 Uwe Kamps (02.09.1986 – 15.12.1990)

    Note: Yellow cards only led to an automatic suspension since season 1979-80

    Most effective goalscorers (goals per game)

    0.85 (365/427) Gerd Müller (1965 – 1978)
    0.73 (073/100) Friedhelm Konietzka (1963 – 1966)
    0.63 (115/183) Lothar Emmerich (1963 – 1969)
    0.61 (136/224) Horst Hrubesch (1975 – 1986)
    0.60 (078/129) Roy Makaay (2003 – 2007)
    0.59 (220/369) Josef Heynckes (1965 – 1978)
    0.59 (066/111) Edin Dzeko (2007 – 2010)
    0.59 (127/214) Mario Gomez (2005 – 2012)
    0.58 (177/303) Dieter Müller (1972 – 1986)
    0.57 (137/239) Uwe Seeler (1963 – 1972)

    Most goals scored as a substitute

    18 Alexander Zickler (1993 – 2003)
    14 Hans-Jörg Criens (1983 – 1994)
    14 Mehmet Scholl (1989 – 2006)
    13 Günter Thiele (1981 – 1989)
    13 Frank Ordenewitz (1984 – 1996)
    13 Stefan Kohn (1986 – 1997)
    12 Dieter Hoeness (1977 – 1987)
    12 Andrzej Juskowiak (1996 – 2003)
    12 Martin Max (1992 – 2003)
    12 Thomas Brdaric (1993 – 2007)

    Youngest players

    Nuri Sahin (16 years, 11 months, 1 day, 06 August 2005)
    Jürgen Friedl (17 years, 25 days, 20 March 1976)
    Ibrahim Tanko (17 years, 1 month, 30 days, 24 September 1994)
    Julian Draxler (17 years, 3 months, 25 days, 15 January 2011)
    Christian Wörns (17 years, 3 months, 30 days, 09 September 1989)
    Christian Wück (17 years, 4 months, 11 days, 20 October 1990)
    Marc-André Kruska (17 years, 4 months, 14 days, 13 November 2004)
    Lennart Hartmann (17 years, 4 months, 14 days, 17 August 2008)
    Dirk Drescher (17 years, 5 months, 10 days, 10 August 1985)
    Mario Götze (17 years, 5 months, 18 days, 21 November 2009)

    Foreign players with most games

    336 Levan Kobiashvili (1998 – 2012)
    336 Zé Roberto (1998 – 2011)
    333 Claudio Pizarro (1999 – 2012)
    330 Sergej Barbarez (1996 – 2008)
    323 Ole Bjørnmose (1966 – 1977)
    321 Hasan Salihamidzic (1995 – 2012)
    318 Dédé (1998 – 2011)
    318 David Jarolim (1999 – 2012)
    311 Pablo Thiam (1994 – 2008)
    308 Bum Kun Cha (1978 – 1989)

    Players with most yellow cards

    108 Stefan Effenberg (1987 – 2003)
    102 David Jarolim (2001 – 2012)
    99 Bernd Hollerbach (1990 – 2004)
    98 Torsten Frings (1996 – 2011)
    92 Sergej Barbarez (1996 – 2008)
    90 Michael Ballack (1997 – 2012)
    89 Carsten Ramelow (1995 – 2008)
    85 Jürgen Kohler (1983 – 2002)
    82 Jiri Nemec (1993 – 2002)
    82 Christian Wörns (1989 – 2008)

    Managers with most championships

    8 Udo Lattek (1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1985, 1986, 1987)
    7 Ottmar Hitzfeld (1995, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2008)
    4 Hennes Weisweiler (1970, 1971, 1975, 1978)
    3 Otto Rehhagel (1988, 1993, 1998)
    3 Felix Magath (2005, 2006, 2009)
    2 Max Merkel (1966, 1968)
    2 Branko Zebec (1969, 1979)
    2 Pal Csernai (1980, 1981)
    2 Ernst Happel (1982, 1983)
    2 Josef Heynckes (1989, 1990)
    2 Jürgen Klopp (2011, 2012)

    Most games

    602 Karl-Heinz Körbel (1972 – 1991)
    581 Manfred Kaltz (1971 – 1991)
    557 Oliver Kahn (1987 – 2008)
    546 Miroslav Votava (1976 – 1997)
    535 Klaus Fischer (1968 – 1988)
    534 Eike Immel (1978 – 1995)
    520 Willi Neuberger (1966 – 1983)
    518 Michael Lameck (1972 – 1988)
    512 Ulrich Stein (1978 – 1997)

    Most goals

    365/427 Gerd Müller (1965 - 1979)
    268/535 Klaus Fischer (1968 – 1988)
    220/369 Josef Heynckes (1965 – 1978)
    213/447 Manfred Burgsmüller (1974 – 1990)
    181/350 Ulf Kirsten (1990 – 2002)
    179/449 Stefan Kuntz (1983 – 1999)
    177/303 Dieter Müller (1973 – 1986)
    177/424 Klaus Allofs (1975 – 1992)
    166/381 Johannes Löhr (1964 – 1977)
    162/310 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (1974 1984)

    Most sent-offs

    8 Jens Nowotny (5 straight red cards) (1995 – 2004)
    7 Sergej Barbarez (4) (1998 – 2005)
    7 Stefan Effenberg (3) (1989 – 2001)
    7 Torsten Kracht (3) (1994 – 2001)
    6 Fernando Meira (5) (2002 – 2008)
    6 Torsten Wohlert (5) (1990 – 1999)
    6 Samuel Kuffour (4) (1994 – 2004)
    6 Christian Wörns (4) (1995 – 2007)
    6 Stefan Emmerling (3) (1991 – 2000)
    6 Maik Franz (3) (2002 – 2010)
    6 Marco Haber (3) (1992 – 2002)
    6 Thomas Rath (3) (1992 – 1996)
    6 Josip Simunic (2) (2001 – 2010)
    6 Thomas Berthold (1) (1992 – 1999)
    6 Bernd Trares (1) (1994 – 1998)
    6 Marcelo Bordon (0) (2000 – 2010)
    6 Martin Wagner (0) (1992 – 1999)

    Penalties

    Most attempts

    63 Gerd Müller
    60 Manfred Kaltz
    57 Michael Zorc
    48 Horst-Dieter Höttges
    38 Wilfried Hannes
    37 Paul Breitner
    35 Georg Volkert
    35 Stefan Kuntz
    35 Günter Netzer
    33 Lothar Matthäus

    Most converted penalties

    53 Manfred Kaltz
    51 Gerd Müller
    49 Michael Zorc
    40 Horst-Dieter Höttges
    31 Wilfried Hannes
    31 Paul Breitner
    31 Georg Volkert
    30 Stefan Kuntz
    30 Lothar Matthäus
    29 Günter Netzer

    Best conversion rate (among players with 30 or more attempts)

    0.91 Lothar Matthäus
    0.89 Georg Volkert
    0.88 Manfred Kaltz
    0.87 Hans-Jörg Butt
    0.86 Michael Zorc
    0.86 Stefan Kuntz
    0.84 Paul Breitner
    0.83 Horst-Dieter Höttges
    0.83 Günter Netzer
    0.82 Wilfried Hannes
    0.81 Gerd Müller

    Most penalty misses

    12 Gerd Müller
    8 Jürgen Grabowski
    8 Horst-Dieter Höttges
    8 Michael Zorc
    7 Lothar Huber
    7 Wilfried Hannes
    7 Manfred Kaltz
    6 Martin Kree
    6 Friedhelm Funkel
    6 Günter Netzer
    6 Paul Breitner

    Most consecutive penalty misses

    4 Harry Decheiver (06.09.1996 to 21.02.1997)
    4 Bruno Labbadia (17.04.1998 to 20.02.2000)
    4 Marko Pantelic (03.02.2007 to 13.09.2008)
    4 Nuri Sahin (01.05.2010 to 09.03.2011)

    Players that converted all of their penalties

    16/16 Hans-Joachim Abel (1978 to 1982)
    15/15 Ludwig Nolden (1963 to 1967)
    12/12 Otto Rehhagel (1964 to 1971)
    11/11 Mehmet Scholl (1995 to 2000)
    10/10 Filip Daems (2008 to 2011)
    09/09 Horst Wild (1965 to 1967)
    09/09 Marcio Amoroso (2001 to 2003)
    08/08 Walter Bechtold (1968 to 1979)
    08/08 Heinz Flohe (1975 to 1979)
    08/08 Sergi0 Zarate (1992 to 1994)
    08/08 Manfred Bender (1992 to 1995)
    08/08 Zdravko Kuzmanovic (2010 to 2012)

    Goalkeepers with most penalties against

    88 Harald Schumacher
    87 Eike Immel
    76 Rudolf Kargus
    73 Dieter Burdenski
    72 Josef Maier
    64 Norbert Nigbur
    60 Oliver Kahn
    60 Ulrich Stein
    57 Richard Golz
    56 Wolfgang Kleff

    Goalkeepers with most penalties against in a single season

    14 Ralf Raps (1985-86)
    12 Harald Schumacher (1981-82)
    11 Werner Scholz (1973-74)
    10 Uwe Zimmermann (1983-84)
    10 Norbert Nigbur (1976-77)
    10 Gabor Kiraly (2000-01)
    10 Ronnie Hellström (1974-75)
    10 Fred Bockholt (1969-70)
    10 Wolfgang Kneib (1978-79)

    Goalkeepers that saved two penalties in a single game

    Dr. Peter Kunter (04.09.1965, Eintracht Frankfurt v Hannover 96 1-4)
    Petar Radenkovic (25.03.1970, TSV 1860 München v Hertha BSC 2-4)
    Franz-Josef Pauly (06.04.1974, Hannover 96 v Wuppertaler SV 1-2)
    Fred Bockholt (21.09.1974, Kickers Offenbach v 1. FC Köln 1-0)
    Harald Schumacher (22.03.1975, 1. FC Köln v VfB Stuttgart 0-2)
    Wolfgang Kneib (19.05.1979, Borussia Mönchengladbach v 1. FC Kaiserslautern 3-1)
    Thomas Zander (11.08.1979, TSV 1860 München v 1. FC Köln 1-2)
    Rudolf Kargus (05.02.1983, 1. FC Nürnberg v VfB Stuttgart, 0-3)
    Ulrich Sude (14.11.1984, Borussia Mönchengladbach v 1. FC Köln 5-1)
    Ulrich Sude (12.04.1985, Borussia Mönchengladbach v Werder Bremen 0-2)
    Frank Rost (30.01.2004, FC Schalke 04 v Borussia Dortmund 1-0)
    Ralf Fährmann (14.05.2011, Eintracht Frankfurt v Borussia Dortmund 1-3)

    Most penalty saves in a single season

    6 (of 7) Thomas Zander (1979-80)
    5 (of 7) Ulrich Sude (1984-85)
    5 (of 10) Wolfgang Kneib (1978-79)
    4 (of 5) Hans-Jörg Butt (1999-00)
    4 (of 7) Dr. Peter Kunder (1965-66)
    4 (of 8) Petar Radenkovic (1969-70)
    4 (of 8) Daniel Hoffmann (1999-00)
    4 (of 9) Dietmar Linders (1974-75)
    4 (0f 9) Rudolf Kargus (1982-83)

    Most consecutive penalty saves

    4 Thomas Zander (1980)
    4 Hans-Jörg Butt (1999-00)
    4 Simon Jentzsch (2002)
    4 Frank Rost (2005 to 2007)

    Goalkeepers that conceded most penalties in a row

    22 Helmut Roleder (1980 to 1984)
    21 Eike Immel (1985 to 1989)
    19 Josef Maier (1965 to 1969)
    19 Jörg Schmadtke (1990 to 1995)
    17 Josef Maier (1976 to 1979)
    16 Rudolf Wimmer (1977 to 1983)
    16 Rüdiger Vollborn (1989 to 1993)
    16 Matthias Hain (2003 to 2010)
    15 Bernd Dreher (1992 to 1996)

    Goalkeepers that conceded most penalties in a row in a single season

    9 Bernd Dreher (1994-95)
    8 Eike Immel (1986-87)
    8 Jörg Schmadtke (1996-97)
    8 Georg Koch (2001-02)
     
  3. Gregoriak

    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

    Feb 27, 2002
    Bolzplatz
    Top Scorer most often

    7 times Gerd Müller (1967, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1978)
    3 times Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (1980, 1981, 1984)
    3 times Ulf Kirsten (1993, 1997, 1998)
    2 times Lothar Emmerich (1966, 1967)
    2 times Josef Heynckes (1974, 1975)
    2 times Dieter Müller (1977, 1978)
    2 times Klaus Allofs (1979, 1985)
    2 times Stefan Kuntz (1986, 1994)
    2 times Roland Wohlfarth (1989, 1991)
    2 times Anthony Yeboah (1993, 1994)
    2 times Martin Max (2000, 2002)

    Clubs with most games won in a single season

    25 games won Bayern München (1972-73)
    25 games won Borussia Dortmund (2011-12)

    Clubs with most points in a single season

    81 points Borussia Dortmund (2011-12)
    79 points Bayern München (1971-72)

    Clubs with most goals in a single season

    101 goals Bayern München (1971-72)
    95 goals Bayern München (1973-74)
    95 goals Hamburger SV (1981-82)
    93 goals Bayern München (1972-73)
    93 goals Borussia Mönchengladbach (1973-74)
    89 goals Eintracht Frankfurt (1974-75)
    89 goals Bayern München (1980-81)
    88 goals Bayern München (1969-70)
    87 goals Werder Bremen (1984-85)

    Clubs that condeded fewest goals in a single season

    21 goals Bayern München (2007-08)
    22 goals Werder Bremen (1987-88)
    22 goals Bayern München (2002-03)
    22 goals Borussia Dortmund (2010-11)
    22 goals Bayern München (2011-12)
    24 goals VfB Stuttgart (2003-04)
    25 goals Bayern München (2001-02)
    25 goals Borussia Dortmund (2011-12)
    26 goals Bayern München (1988-89)
    26 goals Hamburger SV (2007-08)

    Most goals against as a champion

    53 goals Bayern München (1973-74)
    45 goals Hamburger SV (1981-82)
    45 goals 1. FC Kaiserslautern (1990-91)
    41 goals 1. FC Köln (1977-78)
    41 goals Bayern München (1980-81)
    41 goals VfL Wolfsburg (2008-09)
    40 goals 1. FC Köln (1963-64)
    40 goals TSV 1860 München (1965-66)
    40 goals Borussia Mönchengladbach (1974-75)

    Most own goals

    6 Manfred Kaltz (1972 – 1982)
    6 Nikolce Noveski (2005 – 2012)
    5 Franz Beckenbauer (1966 – 1977)
    5 Per Røntved (1975 – 1979)
    4 Ludwig Müller (1966 – 1970)
    4 Willi Entenmann (1968 – 1974)
    4 Gerd Zimmermann (1973 – 1979)
    4 Uwe Kliemann (1975 – 1978)
    4 Karl-Heinz Geils (1976 – 1988)
    4 Ditmar Jakobs (1977 – 1987)
    4 Wilfried Hannes (1979 – 1985)
    4 Thomas Helmer (1988 – 1992)
    4 Michael Klinkert (1990 – 1995)
    4 Tomasz Hajto (1997 – 2001)
    4 Tomislav Piplica (2001 – 2006)
    4 Per Mertesacker (2004 – 2011)
    4 Marco Russ (2007 – 2011)

    Referees with most games

    339 Markus Merk (1988 – 2008)
    259 Wolfgang Stark (1996 – 2012)
    247 Herbert Fandel (1995 – 2009)
    240 Hellmut Krug (1986 – 2003)
    225 Florian Meyer (1998 – 2012)
    201 Edgar Steinborn (1988 – 2004)
    200 Lutz Michael Fröhlich (1989 – 2005)
    197 Lutz Wagner (1994 – 2010)
    197 Michael Weiner (1994 – 2010)
    192 Hermann Albrecht (1989 – 2005)

    Fastest goals

    11.4 seconds Giovane Elber (31.01.1998, Bayern München v Hamburger SV)
    12.0 seconds Dirk Zander (12.04.1991, FC St. Pauli v Karlsruher SC)
    12.0 seconds Paul Freier (24.05.2003, VfL Bochum v TSV 1860 München)
    12.3 seconds Ulf Kirsten (30.03.2002, Bayer Leverkusen v 1. FC Kaiserslautern)
    13.0 seconds Lothar Matthäus (26.04.1986, Bayern München v Borussia Mönchengladbach)
    13.0 seconds Mohamed Zidan (04.02.2006, FSV Mainz 05 v Werder Bremen)
    14.0 seconds Ronald Worm (12.10.1974, MSV Duisburg v Hamburger SV)
    14.0 seconds Fritz Walter (09.12.1989, VfB Stuttgart v SV Waldhof Mannheim)
    15.0 seconds Wilhelm Reitgassl (26.02.1966, 1. FC Kaiserslautern v Eintracht Braunschweig)
    15.0 seconds Wilhelm Huberts (30.09.1967, Eintracht Frankfurt v Bayern München)
    15.0 seconds Martin Dahlin (22.03.1997, Borussia Mönchengladbach v Borussia Dortmund)

    Relegated most often

    5 times Jürgen Rynio (1968, 1969, 1972, 1978, 1986)
    5 times Andreas Keim (1985, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1992)
    5 times Stefan Passlack (1991, 1993, 1996, 1999, 2003)
    4 times Roland Stegmayer (1972, 1974, 1976, 1978)
    4 times Werner Lorant (1972, 1977, 1978, 1984)
    4 times Christian Herrmann (1988, 1990, 1993, 1995)
    4 times Thomas Stickroth (1988, 1993, 1999, 2001)
    4 times Axel Sundermann (1989, 1997, 1999, 2001)
    4 times Peter Peschel (1993, 1995, 1999, 2001)
    4 times Henning Bürger (1993, 1999, 2002, 2004)
    4 times Kai Michalke (1995, 1999, 2003, 2006)
    4 times Alexander Bade (1996, 2002, 2004, 2006)
    4 times Matthias Scherz (1997, 2002, 2004, 2006)
    4 times Christian Springer (1997, 2002, 2004, 2006)
    4 times Christian Rahn (1997, 2002, 2006, 2008)
    4 times Sebastian Schindzielorz (1999, 2001, 2004, 2006)
    4 times René Rydlewicz (1998, 2000, 2005, 2008)
    4 times Artur Wichniarek (2000, 2003, 2009, 2010)
    4 times Oka Nikolov (1996, 2001, 2004, 2011)
    4 times Alexander Bugera (2000, 2001, 2006, 2012)

    Longest suspension

    30 weeks Levan Kobiashvili (2011-12, hit against referee)
    6 months Friedhelm Konietzka (1966-67, hit against referee)
    3 months Manfred Wagner (1966-67, intimidation of referee)
    3 months Manfred Drexler (1979-80, violent conduct)
    14 weeks Erwin Kremers (1973-74, insult of referee)
    12 weeks Jürgen Glowacz (1974-75, violent conduct)
    11 weeks Bruno Pezzey (1979-80, violent conduct)
    10 weeks Dieter Schulz (1971-72, professional foul)
    10 weeks Zarko Nikolic (1967-68, violent conduct)
    10 weeks Dieter Weinkauff (1971-72, wrangling with an opponent)
    10 weeks Klaus Fichtel (1974-75, foul play)
    10 weeks Antal Nagy (1974-75, violent conduct)
    10 weeks Ulrich Büscher (1982-83, repeated foul play)
    10 weeks Stephan Gross (1984-85, professional foul)
    10 weeks Ali Ibrahim (1991-92, violent conduct)
    10 weeks Victor Agali (1999-00, serious foul play)

    Most hattricks

    „Hattrick“ = scoring three goals within one half without interruption

    7 times Gerd Müller:
    04.10.1969 Bayern München v Werder Bremen 4-1 (within 29 minutes)
    30.04.1970 Bayern München v RW Oberhausen 6-2 (within 9 minutes)
    30.10.1971 Hamburgers SV v Bayern München 1-4 (within 11 minutes)
    19.02.1972 Bayern München v RW Oberhausen 7-0 (within 26 minutes)
    05.05.1973 Bayern München v 1. FC Kaiserslautern 6-0 (within 31 minutes)
    12.06.1976 Bayern München v Hertha BSC 7-4 (within 13 minutes)
    13.08.1977 Bayern München v FC St. Pauli 4-2 (within 25 minutes)

    5 times Klaus Fischer:
    05.03.1971 RW Essen v FC Schalke 04 1-3 (within 25 minutes)
    14.08.1971 Hannover 96 v FC Schalke 04 1-5 (within 12 minutes)
    16.10.1971 FC Schalke 04 v RW Oberhausen 4-0 (within 22 minutes)
    27.03.1976 FC Schalke 04 v Karlsruher SC 6-2 (within 19 minutes)
    22.01.1977 FC Schalke 04 v 1. FC Kaiserslautern 5-2 (within 30 minutes)

    3 times Dieter Müller:
    19.03.1977 1. FC Köln v Hamburger SV 3-3 (within 23 minutes)
    17.08.1977 1. FC Köln v Werder Bremen 7-2 (within 20 minutes)
    08.09.1979 1. FC Köln v Eintracht Braunschweig 8-0 (within 31 minutes)

    3 times Manfred Burgsmüller:
    13.09.1980 Borussia Dortmund v Arminia Bielefeld 5-0 (within 12 minutes)
    31.10.1980 Borussia Dortmund v MSV Duisburg 5-1 (within 18 minutes)
    09.08.1986 Werder Bremen v 1. FC Nürnberg 5-3 (within 35 minutes)

    Fastest hattricks

    within 5 minutes Michael Tönnies (27.08.1991, MSV Duisburg v Karlsruher SC)
    within 6 minutes Herbert Laumen (30.09.1967, Borussia Mönchengladbach v Hannover 96)
    within 6 minutes Norbert Dickel (13.09.1988, Borussia Dortmund v Hannover 96)
    within 7 minutes Sean Dundee (28.08.1996, Karlsruher SC v FC St. Pauli)
    within 8 minutes Klaus Matischak (14.12.1963, FC Schalke 04 v 1. FC Saarbrücken)
    within 8 minutes Rüdiger Wenzel (29.01.1977, Eintracht Frankfurt v 1. FC Köln)
    within 8 minutes Dieter Hoeness (25.02.1984, Bayern München v Eintracht Braunschweig)
    within 9 minutes Wolfgang Solz (18.02.1967, Eintracht Frankfurt v Hannover 96)
    within 9 minutes Gerd Müller (30.04.1970, Bayern München v RW Oberhausen)

    Five or more goals in one game

    6 Dieter Müller (17.08.1977, 1. FC Köln v Werder Bremen 7-2)
    5 Karl-Heinz Thielen (07.12.1963, 1. FC Köln v 1. FC Kaiserslautern 5-1)
    5 Rudolf Brunnenmeier (27.02.1965, TSV 1860 München v Karlsruher SC 9-0)
    5 Franz Brungs (02.12.1967, 1. FC Nürnberg v Bayern München 7-3)
    5 Klaus Scheer (01.09.1971, FC Schalke 04 v 1. FC Köln 6-2)
    5 Gerd Müller (19.02.1972, Bayern München v RW Oberhausen 7-0)
    5 Gerd Müller (05.05.1973, Bayern München v 1. FC Kaiserslautern 6-0)
    5 Gerd Müller (12.06.1976, Bayern München v Hertha BSC 7-4)
    5 Gerd Müller (10.09.1976, Bayern München v Tennis Borussia Berlin 9-0)
    5 Josef Heynckes (29.04.1978, Borussia Mönchengladbach v Borussia Dortmund 12-0)
    5 Manfred Burgsmüller (06.11.1982, Borussia Dortmund v Arminia Bielefeld 11-1)
    5 Atli Edvaldsson (04.06.1983, Fortuna Düsseldorf v Eintracht Frankfurt 5-1)
    5 Dieter Hoeness (25.02.1984, Bayern München v Eintracht Braunschweig 6-0)
    5 Jürgen Klinsmann (15.03.1986, VfB Stuttgart v Fortuna Düsseldorf 7-0)
    5 Frank Hartmann (01.11.1986, 1. FC Kaiserslautern v FC Schalke 04 5-1)
    5 Michael Tönnies (27.08.1991, MSV Duisburg v Karslruher SC 6-2)

    Consecutive seasons with double digits

    13 seasons Gerd Müller (1965-66 to 1977-78) [15, 28, 19, 30, 38, 22, 40, 36, 30, 23, 23, 28, 24]
    10 seasons Manfred Burgsmüller (1974-75 to 1983-84) [18, 14, 14, 20, 15, 20, 27, 22, 17, 12]
    08 seasons Josef Heynckes (1970-71 to 1977-78) [19, 19, 28, 30, 27, 12, 15, 18]
    08 seasons Fritz Walter (1986-87 to 1993-94) [23, 16, 13, 13, 12, 22, 13, 13, 21]
    08 seasons Giovane Elber (1995-96 to 2002-03) [16, 17, 11, 13, 14, 15, 17, 21]
    08 seasons Roland Wohlfarth (1984-85 to 1991-92) [12, 13, 11, 11, 17, 13, 21, 17)
    08 seasons Kevin Kuranyi (2002-03 to 2009-10) [15, 11, 13, 10, 15, 15, 13, 18)
    07 seasons Uwe Seeker (1963-64 to 1969-70) [30, 14, 11, 10, 12, 23, 17)
    07 seasons Bernd Hölzenbein (1971-72 to 1977-78) [12, 13, 12, 16, 16, 26, 15)
    07 seasons Bernd Rupp (1965-66 to 1971-72) [16, 15, 10, 13, 16, 14, 16)
    07 seasons Claudio Pizarro (1999-00 to 2005-06) [10, 19, 15, 15, 11, 11, 11]

    Highest share of a club’s goals scored by one player

    53.7 Papiss Demba Cissé (2010-11, scored 22 goals of 41 goals scored by his club)
    51.6 Theofanis Gekas (2010-11, 16/31)
    49.2 Gerd Müller (1968-69, 30/61)
    46.8 Josef Kaczor (1976-77, 22/47)
    46.3 Klaus Fischer (1969-70, 19/41)
    46.2 Lukas Podolski (2011-12, 18/39)
    45.7 Milivoje Novakovic (2008-09, 16/35)
    45.2 Gerd Müller (1966-67, 28/62)
    44.8 Artur Wichniarek (2008-09, 13/29)
    44.4 Lothar Kobluhn (1970-71, 24/54)

    Goals scored in consecutive games

    16 games Gerd Müller (23 goals, 27.09.1969 to 03.03.1970)
    10 games Klaus Allofs (16 goals, 14.04.1984 to 08.09.1984)
    09 games Gerd Müller (15 goals, 24.08.1968 to 19.10.1968)
    08 games Roy Makaay (16 goals, 23.04.2005 to 27.08.2005)
    08 games Theofanis Gekas (10 goals, 10.03.2007 to 05.05.2007)

    Most consecutive games scoring a goal coming in as a substitute

    5 games Frank Pagelsdorf (5 goals, 24.04.1982 to 21.05.1982)
    3 games Paulo Guerrero (4 goals, 06.11.2004 to 20.11.2004)
    3 games Fritz Walter (3 goals, 14.09.1985 to 28.09.1985)
    3 games Dimitar Berbatov (3 goals, 24.02.2002 to 09.03.2002)
    3 games Paulo Guerrero (3 goals, 13.04.2007 to 28.04.2007)
    3 games André Schürrle (3 goals, 28.08.2010 to 18.09.2010)

    Oldest goalscorers

    40 years, 3 months, 29 days, Miroslav Votava (on 24.08.1996)
    39 years, 7 months, 14 days, Manfred Bürgsmüller (on 05.09.1989)
    39 years, 6 months, 21 days, Morten Olsen (on 04.03.1989)
    39 years, 0 months, 1 day, Günter Sebert (on 30.05.1987)
    38 years, 11 months, 29 days, Maximilian Morlock (on 09.05.1964)
    38 years, 8 months, 17 days, Richard Kress (on 23.11.1963)
    38 years, 7 months, 30 days, Lothar Matthäus (on 20.11.1999)
    38 years, 7 months, 0 days, Sigfried Held (on 07.03.1981)
    37 years, 11 months, 25 days, Michael Tarnat (on 21.10.2007)
    37 years, 11 months, 11 days, Dariusz Wosz (on 19.05.2007)
     
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    Feb 27, 2002
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    Most consecutive games without scoring a goal

    266 games Dietmar Schwager (22.08.1964 to 09.06.1973)
    211 games Reinhold Zech (14.03.1970 to 17.12.1977)
    198 games Jonny Otten (03.12.1983 to 25.04.1992)
    195 games Dieter Zembski (24.03.1973 to 10.11.1979)
    192 games Carsten Kober (04.03.1989 to 18.05.1996)
    186 games Herward Koppenhöfer (10.09.1966 to 18.05.1974)
    182 games Markus Schuler (11.08.2002 to 23.05.2009, complete career)
    180 games Thomas Eichin (02.05.1987 to 16.12.1998, complete career)
    180 games Stefan Reuter (22.03.1997 to 15.05.2004)
    177 games Hans-Jürgen Ripp (19.09.1970 to 09.06.1979, complete career)

    Players who scored two goals or more in a single game most often

    absolute

    87 times Gerd Müller (1965 to 1978)
    51 times Josef Heynckes (1965 to 1978)
    44 times Manfred Burgsmüller (1974 to 1987)
    44 times Klaus Fischer (1968 to 1986)
    35 times Klaus Allofs (1977 to 1991)
    34 times Dieter Müller (1973 to 1985)
    33 times Ulf Kirsten (1991 to 2002)
    30 times Lothar Emmerich (1963 to 1968)
    30 times Dieter Hoeness (1977 to 1986)
    30 times Stefan Kuntz (1983 to 1998)

    relative

    every 4.91 th game Gerd Müller
    every 5.00 th game Friedhelm Konietzka
    every 6.10 th games Lothar Emmerich
    every 7.24 th game Josef Heynckes
    every 8.30 th game Horst Hrubesch
    every 8.91 st game Dieter Müller
    every 8.92 nd game Rudolf Völler
    every 9.05 th game Anton Polster
    every 9.19 th game Uwe Seeler
    every 9.30 th game Mario Gomez

    Scoring three goals as a substitute

    06.11.1982 Bernd Klotz (Borussia Dortmund v Arminia Bielefeld)
    13.09.1988 Norbert Dickel (Borussia Dortmund v Hannover 96)
    02.11.1996 Uwe Wassmer (SC Freiburg v MSV Duisburg)
    30.03.2002 Martin Max (TSV 1860 München v FC St. Pauli)
    09.11.2002 Ioan Viorel Ganea (VfB Stuttgart v VfL Bochum)
    25.09.2004 Miroslav Klose (Werder Bremen v VfL Bochum)

    Players who scored three goals or more in a single game most often

    32 times Gerd Müller (in 427 games, 1966 to 1977)
    12 times Klaus Fischer (in 535 games, 1969 to 1979)
    11 times Mario Gomez (in 214 games, 2008 to 2012)
    11 times Josef Heynckes (in 369 games, 1966 to 1978)
    10 times Manfred Burgsmüller (in 447 games, 1978 to 1986)
    09 times Dieter Müller (in 303 games, 1975 to 1982)
    09 times Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (in 310 games, 1976 to 1984)
    08 times Fritz Walter (in 348 games, 1984 to 1994)
    07 times Lothar Emmerich (in 183 games, 1965 to 1968)
    07 times Horst Hrubesch (in 224 games, 1975 to 1982)
    07 times Frank Neubarth (in 317 games, 1984 to 1994)
    07 times Ulf Kirsten (in 350 games, 1995 to 1999)

    Players who scored three goals or more in a single game most often - within a single season

    6 times Gerd Müller (1971-72)
    5 times Mario Gomez (2010-11)
    4 times Gerd Müller (1969-70)
    4 times Gerd Müller (1973-74)
    4 times Dieter Müller (1976-77)

    Clubs with most goals scored by substitutes

    204 goals Bayern München (2,718 substitutes)
    181 VfB Stuttgart (2,797)
    179 Borussa Dortmund (2,745)
    177 Werder Bremen (2,747)
    174 Hamburger SV (2,727)
    134 FC Schalke 04 (2,584)
    133 Borussia Mönchengladbach (2,651)
    132 1. FC Köln (2,359)
    131 Eintracht Frankfurt (2,321)
    131 1. FC Kaiserslautern (2,473)

    Most goals scored by a substitute in a single season – by clubs

    17 goals Werder Bremen (2006-07)
    15 goals FSV Mainz 05 (2010-11)
    13 goals Bayer Uerdingen (1983-84)
    13 goals Werder Bremen (2007-08)
    13 goals VfL Bochum (2002-03)
    12 goals Werder Bremen (2004-05)
    12 goals Arminia Bielefeld (2006-07)
    12 goals VfB Stuttgart (2002-03)
    12 goals Borussia Dortmund (2008-09)

    Most goals scored by a substitute in a single season – by a player

    9 goals Ioan Viorel Ganea (2002-03)
    7 goals Vahid Hashemian (2002-03)
    7 goals Christian Wück (1991-92)
    6 goals Helmut Gulich (1983-84)
    6 goals Lothar Sippel (1991-92)
    6 goals Dimitar Berbatov (2001-02)

    Most bookings and red cards per game

    every 2.24 th game Bernd Hollerbach (1990 to 2004)
    every 2.29 th game Jermaine Jones (2004 to 2012)
    every 2.54 th game Tomasz Hajto (1997 to 2005)
    every 2.59 th game Maik Franz (2001 to 2012)
    every 2.88 th game Andreas Wolf (2001 to 2011)
    every 2.97 th game Michael Ballack (1997 to 2006)
    every 3.08 th game Andreas Neuendorf (1995 to 2007)
    every 3.11 th game David Jarolim (2001 to 2012)
    every 3.12 nd game Stefan Effenberg (1987 to 2003)
    every 3.12 nd game Jiri Nemec (1993 to 2002)

    Fastest sent-off

    35 seconds Marcel Titsch-Rivero (14.05.2011)
    1.5 minutes Michael Sternkopf (15.02.1997)
    2.0 minutes Youssef Mohamad (21.08.2010)
    3.0 minutes Uwe Fuchs (26.08.1992)
    3.0 minutes Uwe Scherr (04.03.1995)
    3.0 minutes Bartosz Basocki (03.12.2005)
    3.0 minutes Kosi Saka (17.12.2005)
    3.5 minutes Marko Rehmer (02.05.2004)

    Most bookings in a single season

    16 Tomasz Hajto (1998-99)
    15 Stefan Effenberg (1997-98)
    14 Bernd Hollerbach (2000-01)
    14 Stefan Schnoor (2002-03)
    14 Andreas Wolf (2006-07)
    14 Arturo Vidal (2009-10)
    14 Jermaine Jones (2011-12)

    Sent-off most often within a single season

    3 times Bernhard Trares (1994-95)
    3 times Marcelo Bordon (2001-02)
    3 times Aleksandar Vasoski (2006-07)
    3 times Josip Simunic (2006-07)

    Sent-off on a birthday

    Klaus-Dieter Jank (sent-off on his 22 nd birthday, 23.11.1974)
    Axel Kruse (23 rd birthday, 28.09.1990)
    Martin Dahlin (28 th birthday, 16.04.1996)
    Tore Pedersen (27 th birthday, 29.09.1996)
    Torsten Kracht (30 th birthday, 04.10.1997)
    Mario Basler (31 st birthday, 18.12.1999)
    Manuel Friedrich (29 th birthday, 13.09.2008)

    Sent-off on his Bundesliga debut

    Albert Jansen (14.08.1965) (Bundesliga games: 30)
    Maurizio Gaudino (08.09.1984) (294)
    Markus Croonen (10.08.1985) (4)
    Peter Jackisch (25.08.1987) (20)
    Heiko Peschke (15.08.1992) (67)
    Martin Zafirov (06.08.1997) (1)
    Adalbert Zafirov (28.02.1998) (10)
    Christian Prosenik (13.08.1999) (19)
    Evanilson (29.08.1999) (126)
    Markus Brzenska (09.11.2003) (86)
    Kristian Nicht (12.08.2006) (18)
    Sotirios Kyrgiakos (19.08.2006) (58)
    Josué (26.08.2007) (148)
    Jens Hegeler (10.05.2008) (68)
    Artur Sobiech (18.09.2011) (12)
    Sebastian Neumann (04.02.2012) (2)

    Most consecutive games getting booked

    9 games Christian Poulsen (2005-06)
    9 games Paul Freier (2008-09)
    8 games Arturo Vidal (2009-10)
    7 games Bernd Hollerbach (2000-01)

    Goalkeepers with most bookings

    34 Jens Lehmann (1993 to 2010
    33 Oliver Kahn (1994 to 2008)
    23 Georg Koch (1995 to 2003)
    21 Raphael Schäfer (2001 to 2012)
    19 Tim Wiese (2002 to 2012)
    17 Roman Weidenfeller (2000 to 2012)
    15 Frank Rost (1995 to 2011)
    15 Eike Immel (1979 to 1995)
    14 Gerald Ehrmann (1986 to 1994)
    14 Simon Jentzsch (1997 to 2012)

    Goalkeepers with most bookings in a single season

    7 Georg Koch (2000-01)
    6 Oliver Kahn (2000-01)
    5 Jens Lehmann (2002-03)
    5 Franz Wohlfahrt (1998-99)
    5 Alexander Famulla (1987-88)
    5 Jens Lehmann (2000-01)
    5 Timo Hildebrand (2000-01)
    5 Michael Hofmann (2003-04)
    5 Gerald Ehrmann (1986-87)
    5 Jaroslav Drobny (2008-09)
    5 Eike Immel (1988-89)

    Clubs with most bookings

    1,881 VfB Stuttgart
    1,870 Bayer Leverkusen
    1,816 Hamburger SV
    1,732 Borussia Dortmund
    1,677 Werder Bremen
    1,663 Bayern München
    1,599 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1,576 FC Schalke 04
    1,529 1. FC Kaiserslautenr
    1,523 1. FC Köln

    Most bookings within a single season

    99 Energie Cottbus (2001-02)
    97 Bayer Leverkusen (2001-02)
    97 Borussia Dortmund (1993-94)
    95 Karlsruher SC (1994-95)
    94 VfL Wolfsburg (2002-03)
    92 VfL Wolfsburg (2003-04)
    91 VfL Bochum (1994-95)
    90 MSV Duisburg (2005-06)

    Most consecutive games without players getting booked

    13 games Eintracht Frankfurt (1982-83)
    7 games Fortuna Düsseldorf (1981-82)
    6 games 1. FC Köln (1980-81)
    6 games VfB Stuttgart (1981-82, 1 sent-off)
    6 games 1. FC Kaiserslautern (1982-83)

    Clubs with most players getting sent-off

    absolute

    109 Bayer Leverkusen
    109 VfB Stuttgart
    102 Hamburger SV
    99 1. FC Köln
    94 Werder Bremen
    91 1. FC Kaiserslautern
    86 Borussia Dortmund
    81 Bayern München
    80 FC Schalke 04
    80 Borussia Mönchengladbach

    relative

    every 4.5th game Dynamo Dresden
    every 7.4th game Hansa Rostock
    every 9.7th game Energie Cottbus
    every 10.0th game SC Freiburg
    every 10.3rd game Bayer Leverkusen
    every 10.5th game FC St. Pauli
    every 11.2nd game TSV 1860 München
    every 11.6th game VfL Wolfsburg
    every 14.6th game VfB Stuttgart
    every 14.7th game 1. FC Nürnberg
    every 14.7th game 1. FC Köln
     
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    Feb 27, 2002
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    Clubs with most players getting sent-off in a single season

    12 players TSV 1860 München (1994-95)
    10 players Hamburger SV (1994-95)
    10 players VfL Bochum (2000-01)
    10 players Hansa Rostock (2000-01)
    09 players Bayer Leverkusen (1994-95)
    09 players FC Schalke 04 (2002-03)
    09 players Hertha BSC (2005-06)

    Clubs with most players getting sent-off in a single game

    4 players SSV Ulm 1846 (on 10.09.1999 vs. Hansa Rostock, away)
    3 players 1. FC Kaiserslautern (23.04.1966 vs. Bayern München, home)
    3 players Dynamo Dresden (01.09.1993 vs. Borussia Dortmund, away)
    3 players Karlsruher SC (18.03.1995 vs. TSV 1860 München, away)
    3 players Bayer Leverkusen (09.04.1996 vs. FC Schalke 04, away)
    3 players 1. FC Köln (10.03.2001 vs. VfL Bochum, away)

    Referees who handed out the most bookings

    1,224 Markus Merk (1988 to 2008)
    1.134 Herbert Fandel (1995 to 2009)
    1,020 Wolfgang Stark (1996 to 2012)
    939 Hellmuth Krug (1986 to 2003)
    927 Florian Meyer (1998 to 2012)
    901 Michael Weiner (1998 to 2012)
    820 Lutz Wagner (1994 to 2010)
    774 Lutz-Michael Fröhlich (1989 to 2005)
    762 Thorsten Kinhöfer (2001 to 2012)
    743 Hermann Albrecht (1989 to 2005)

    Referees with most bookings in a single season

    113 Markus Merk (2005-06)
    112 Hellmut Krug (2001-02)
    111 Wolfgang Stark (2005-06)
    110 Herbert Fandel (2003-04)
    107 Markus Merk (2003-04)
    104 Herbert Fandel (2007-08)
    103 Herbert Fandel (2000-01)
    101 Herbert Fandel (2006-07)

    Referees with most players sent-off

    absolute

    77 Markus Merk (1989 to 2007)
    72 Herbert Fandel (1997 to 2009)
    59 Hellmut Krug (1988 to 2003)
    57 Lutz Wagner (1994 to 2009)
    50 Hartmut Strampe (1992 to 2003)
    50 Wolfgang Stark (1998 to 2012)
    49 Hans-Jürgen Weber (1985 to 1999)
    48 Lutz Michael Fröhlich (1989 to 2004)
    44 Uwe Kemmling (1996 to 2005)
    44 Hermann Albrecht (1990 to 2005)

    relative

    every 2.61st game Uwe Kemmling
    every 2.76th game Hans-Jürgen Weber
    every 3.40th game Hartmut Strampe
    every 3.43rd game Herbert Fandel
    every 3.46th game Lutz Wagner
    every 3.60th game Franz-Xaver Wack
    every 3.73rd game Manuel Gräfe
    every 3.88th game Peter Gagelmann
    every 3.91st game Thorsten Kinhöfer

    Referees with most players sent-off in a single season

    12 players Thorsten Kinhöfer (2007-08)
    11 players Hans-Jürgen Weber (1994-95)
    10 players Hellmuth Krug (1994-95)
    9 players Hartmut Strampe (2000-01)
    9 players Hans-Jürgen Weber (1998-99)
    9 players Herbert Fandel (1999-00)

    Referees with most players sent-off in a single game

    5 players Manfred Schmidt (01.09.1993, Borussia Dortmund vs. Dynamo Dresden)
    4 players Horst Herden (23.04.1966, 1. FC Kaiserslautern vs. Bayern München)
    4 players Herbert Fandel (10.09.1999, Hansa Rostock vs. SSV Ulm 1846)
    4 players Lutz-Michael Fröhlich (10.03.2001, VfL Bochum vs. 1. FC Köln)
    4 players Thorsten Kinhöfer (22.03.2008, VfL Wolfsburg vs. Hamburger SV)

    Seasons with most and fewest penalties

    Most

    126 penalties 1974-75
    116 penalties 1981-82
    114 penalties 1972-73
    113 penalties 1983-84
    111 penalties 1985-86
    110 penalties 1986-87
    106 penalties 1975-76
    102 penalties 1971-72
    102 penalties 1977-78
    102 penalties 2001-02

    Fewest

    55 penalties 2009-10
    57 penalties 1997-98
    60 penalties 2007-08
    63 penalties 1963-64
    64 penalties 2004-05
    67 penalties 2005-06
    67 penalties 2006-07
    68 penalties 2002-03
    70 penalties 1989-90

    Clubs with most penalties for

    281 Bayern München
    279 Werder Bremen
    252 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    242 1. FC Kaiserslautern
    226 VfB Stuttgart
    219 Hamburger SV
    218 Borussia Dortmund
    208 Eintracht Frankfurt
    185 1. FC Köln
    179 FC Schalke 04

    Penalty conversion rate

    80.00 VfL Bochum (116/145)
    79.00 Bayer Leverkusen (128/162)
    77.80 MSV Duisburg (84/108)
    77.63 Hamburger SV (170/219)
    77.58 Bayern München (218/281)
    77.40 Borussia Mönchengladbach (195/252)
    76.80 Arminia Bielefeld (53/69)
    76.70 Werder Bremen (214/279)
    76.30 Hannover 96 (74/97)
    75.70 1. FC Köln (140/185)

    Clubs with most penalties for in a single season

    pens (converted/missed)
    14 (10/4) Hamburger SV (1998-99)
    13 (13/0) Bayern München (1980-81)
    13 (10/3) Kickers Offenbach (1970-71)
    13 (9/4) Borussia Mönchengladbach (1971-72)
    13 (9/4) Fortuna Düsseldorf (1974-75)
    13 (8/5) Werder Bremen (1975-76)
    13 (8/5) Borussia Mönchengladbach (1981-82)
    12 (9/3) Borussia Mönchengladbach (1985-86)
    12 (9/3) 1. FC Kaiserslautern (1986-87)
    12 (7/5) Eintracht Frankfurt (1974-75)

    Clubs with most penalty misses in a single season

    6 SC Freiburg (1998-99)
    6 Hamburger SV (1966-67)
    6 Hertha BSC (1969-70)
    6 SC Freiburg (1999-00)

    Clubs with most consecutive seasons without a penalty miss

    5 seasons (15 converted penalties) Hamburger SV (1985-86 to 1989-90)
    4 seasons (18 converted penalties) VfL Bochum (1978-79 to 1981-82)
    4 seasons (14 converted penalties) Hannover 96 (1975-76 to 1988-89)*
    4 seasons (13 converted penalties) MSV Duisburg (1980-81 to 1993-94)*
    4 seasons (11 converted penalties) Karlsruher SC (1987-88 to 1990-91)
    4 seasons (10 converted penalties) VfB Stuttgart (1995-96 to 1998-99)
    4 seasons (10 converted penalties) VfL Wolfsburg (2002-03 to 2005-06)
    4 seasons (10 converted penalties) Hamburger SV (2008-09 to 2011-12)

    * = these clubs spent seasons in the second Bundesliga in between
     
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    Referees that gave most penalties

    absolute

    103 Markus Merk (1988 to 2008)
    88 Hellmut Krug (1986 to 2003)
    65 Lutz-Michael Fröhlich (1998 to 2005)
    63 Michael Weiner (1998 to 2012)
    61 Walter Eschweiler (1966 to 1984)
    58 Florian Meyer (1998 to 2012)
    56 Walter Horstmann (1964 to 1982)
    56 Peter Gabor (1968 to 1988)
    55 Günter Linn (1966 to 1982)
    55 Herbert Fandel (1995 to 2009)

    relative

    every 1.98th game Heinz Quindeau (1969 to 1980)
    every 2.03rd game Norbert Brückner (1981 to 1988)
    every 2.20th game Herbert Lutz (1963 to 1977)
    every 2.28th game Winfried Walz (1975 to 1985)
    every 2.33rd game Günter Linn (1966 to 1982)
    every 2.39th game Franz-Josef Hontheim (1970 to 1986)
    every 2.53rd game Jürgen Messmer (1973 to 1983)
    every 2.54th game Walter Eschweiler (1966 to 1984)
    every 2.57th game Walter Horstmann (1964 to 1982)
    every 2.62nd game Dieter Pauly (1980 to 1990)

    Referees that gave most penalties within a single season

    12 Markus Merk (2005-06)
    11 Hellmut Krug (2001-02)
    10 Hans-Heinrich Barnick (1985-86)
    10 Lutz-Michael Fröhlich (1998-99)
    10 Hellmut Krug (1999-00)

    Referees that gave most penalties in a single game

    5 Herbert Lutz (11.09.1965, Borussia Mönchengladbach v Borussia Dortmund 4-5)
    4 Horst Bonacker (26.09.1970, Kickers Offenbach v VfB Stuttgart 3-3)
    4 Heinz Quindeau (10.02.1973, Hertha BSC v Bayern München 2-5)
    4 Gert Meuser (17.02.1973, Hannover 96 v MSV Duisburg 3-3)
    4 Joachim Kautschor (15.04.1987, Waldhof Mannheim v 1. FC Kaiserslautern 4-3)

    Goalkeepers that conceded most own goals

    absolute

    16 Oliver Reck (1984 to 2001)
    16 Oliver Kahn (1992 to 2006)
    15 Claus Reitmaier (1991 to 2004)
    15 Uwe Kamps 81983 to 1998)
    14 Andreas Köpke (1987 to 1996)
    14 Dieter Burdenski (1975 to 1986)
    13 Oka Nikolov (1999 to 2010)
    13 Gerhard Heinze (1968 to 1982)
    13 Frank Rost (2001 to 2011)

    relative

    every 7.8th game Florian Fromlowitz (9 in 70 games)
    every 15.3rd game René Adler (9 in 138 games)
    every 17.0th game Oka Nikolov (13 in 221 games)
    every 18.5th game Rudolf Wimmer (10 in 185 games)
    every 22.3rd game Claus Reitmaier (15 in 335 games)
    every 23.5th game Tim Wiese (11 in 259 games)
    every 23.9th game Petar Radenkovic (9 in 215 games)
    every 24.7th game Andreas Köpke (14 in 346 games)

    Clubs that conceded most own goals

    52 Eintracht Frankfurt
    49 1. FC Kaiserslautern
    47 Werder Bremen
    44 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    44 Hamburger SV
    43 FC Schalke 04
    42 Borussia Dortmund
    40 Bayern München
    39 VfL Bochum
    39 1. FC Köln

    Clubs with most own goals in a single season

    5 1. FC Nürnberg (1990-91)
    5 TSV 1860 München (1997-98)
    5 Hansa Rostock (2001-02)
    5 Hannover 96 (2009-10)
    5 FSV Mainz 05 (2011-12)

    Clubs that benefitted most from own goals

    absolute

    60 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    58 Bayern München
    57 VfB Stuttgart
    56 Werder Bremen
    54 Borussia Dortmund
    54 Hamburger SV
    48 Eintracht Frankfurt
    47 1. FC Kaiserslautern
    46 1. FC Köln
    44 FC Schalke 04

    relative

    every 21.05th game SC Freiburg
    every 24.89th game TSV 1860 München
    every 25.00th game Borussia Mönchengladbach
    every 26.81th game Bayer Leverkusen
    every 27.62nd game Bayern München
    every 27.96th game VfB Stuttgart
    every 28.26th game Borussia Dortmund
    every 29.07th game Werder Bremen
    every 29.74th game VfL Bochum

    Benefitting from most own goals within a single season

    5 times 1. FC Nürnberg (1967-68)
    5 times FC Schalke 04 (1976-77)
    5 times SC Freiburg (1996-97)
    5 times Arminia Bielefeld (1997-98)
    5 times TSV 1860 München (1999-00)
    5 times Borussia Mönchengladbach (2005-06)
    5 times Hamburger SV (2005-06)

    Matchdays with most own goals

    5 own goals 10th day 1963-64
    4 own goals 31 st day 1997-98
    4 own goals 34 th day 2008-09
    4 own goals 16 th day 2009-10

    Brothers with most combined games

    802 Klaus and Thomas Allofs
    689 Ditmar and Michael Jakobs
    625 Friedhelm and Wolfgang Funkel
    619 Karl-Heinz and Michael Rummenigge
    563 Bernd and Karlheinz Förster
    538 Ulrich and Dieter Hoeness
    534 Erwin and Helmut Kremers
    488 Niko and Robert Kovac
    422 Andreas and Michael Zeyer
    412 Halil and Hamit Altintop

    Fathers and Sons with most combined games

    630 Johannes and Thomas Riedl
    568 Rolf and Oliver Kahn
    529 Günter and Stefan Kuntz
    484 Dieter and Michael Zorc
    436 Franz and Stefan Beckenbauer
    423 Bum Kun and Du-Ri Cha
    422 Bernhard and Carsten Cullmann
    376 Alois and Dominik Reinhardt

    Oldest outfield players

    Klaus Fichtel (21.05.1988, 43 years, 6 months, 2 days)
    Miroslav Votava (06.12.1996, 40 years, 7 months, 11 days)
    Manfred Burgsmüller (12.05.1990, 40 years, 40 months, 21 days)
    Morten Olsen (10.06.1989, 39 years, 9 months, 27 days)
    Michael Tarnat (16.05.2009, 39 years, 6 months, 20 days)
    Günter Sebert (17.06.1987, 39 years, 19 days)

    Oldest goalkeepers

    Ulrich Stein (11.04.1997, 42 years, 5 months, 19 days)
    Harald Schumacher (18.05.1996, 42 years, 2 months, 12 days)
    Bernd Dreher (19.05.2007, 40 years, 6 months, 17 days)
    Jens Lehmann (08.05.2010, 40 years, 5 months, 28 days)
    Claus Reitmaier (27.03.2004, 40 years, 10 days)
    Uwe Kamps (22.05.2004, 39 years, 11 months, 10 days)
    Faryd Mondragon (18.12.2010, 39 years, 5 months, 27 days)
    Wolfgang Kleff (26.04.1986, 39 years, 5 months, 10 days)
    Rudolf Wimmer (28.05.1983, 39 years, 4 months, 8 days)
    Manfred Müller (01.11.1986, 39 years, 3 months, 3 days)

    Oldest at debut*

    Faryd Mondragon (16.08.2008, 37 years, 1 month, 25 days)
    Morten Olsen (09.08.1986, 36 years, 11 months, 26 days)
    Carsten Linke (11.08.2002, 36 years, 10 months, 22 days)
    Jörg Sievers (11.08.2002, 36 years, 10 months, 19 days)
    Herbert Macherey (02.08.1991, 36 years, 8 months, 29 days)
    Janusz Gora (15.08.1999, 36 years, 1 month, 8 days)
    Josef Schneiders (12.06.1976, 35 years, 10 months, 10 days)
    Hans Wulf (01.09.1987, 35 years, 10 months, 1 day)
    Sami Hyypiä (08.08.2009, 35 years, 10 months, 1 day)
    Stephan Straub (12.08.2006, 35 years, 6 months, 18 days)

    *excludes players that debuted in the first Bundesliga season

    Longest span between first and last game

    Klaus Fichtel, 22 years, 9 months, 7 days (14.08.1965 to 21.05.1988)
    Harald Schumacher, 22 years, 8 months, 10 days (08.09.1973 to 18.05.1996)
    Uwe Kamps, 21 years, 2 months, 10 days (12.03.1983 to 22.05.2004)
    Manfred Burgsmüller, 20 years, 7 months, 15 days (27.09.1969 to 12.05.1990)
    Oliver Kahn, 20 years, 5 months, 20 days (27.11.1987 to 17.05.2008)
    Lothar Matthäus, 20 years, 5 months, 12 days (22.09.1979 to 04.03.2000)
    Miroslav Votava, 20 years, 2 months, 11 days (25.09.1976 to 06.12.1996)
    Bernd Dreher, 20 years, 1 month, 8 days (11.04.1987 to 19.05.2007)

    Players with most consecutive seasons at one club

    19.0 seasons Karl-Heinz Körbel (1972-73 to 1990-91, Eintracht Frankfurt)
    18.5 seasons Manfred Kaltz (1971-72 to 1988-89, Hamburger SV)
    17.0 seasons Michael Zorc (1981-82 to 1997-98, Borussia Dortmund)
    16.5 seasons Günther Schäfer (1980-81 to 1996-97, VfB Stuttgart)
    16.0 seasons Bernd Nickel (1967-68 to 1982-83, Eintracht Frankfurt)
    16.0 seasons Michael Lameck (1972-73 to 1987-88, VfL Bochum)
    16.0 seasons Christian Hochstätter (1982-83 to 1997-98, Borussia Mönchengladbach)
    16.0 seasons Uwe Kamps (1982-83 to 2003-04, Borussia Mönchengladbach)
    16.0 seasons Axel Roos (1984-85 to 2000-01, 1. FC Kaiserslautern)
     
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    Outfield players with most consecutive complete 90-minute games

    241 Manfred Binz (09.05.1987 to 11.03.1994)
    212 Hans-Hubert Vogts (14.08.1965 to 24.09.1971)
    175 Michael Bella (01.04.1967 to 20.05.1972)
    146 Michael Lameck (16.09.1972 to 23.10.1976)
    134 Rolf Rüssmann (15.01.1977 to 29.11.1980)
    119 Ditmar Jakobs (18.09.1976 to 01.03.1980)
    114 Holger Brück (27.03.1976 to 28.08.1979)
    110 Manfred Kaltz (12.03.1976 to 12.05.1979)

    Goalkeepers with most consecutive complete 90-minute games

    245 Josef Maier (15.04.1972 to 09.06.1979)
    204 Wolfgang Kleff (15.08.1970 to 12.06.1976)
    203 Ulrich Stein (30.08.1987 to 09.04.1994)
    202 Harald Schumacher (23.04.1977 to 19.04.1983)
    166 Stefan Klos (06.09.1991 to 11.05.1996)
    163 Rüdiger Vollborn (29.08.1989 to 26.02.1994)
    158 Eike Immel (09.06.1979 to 11.02.1984)
    155 Dieter Burdenski (19.05.1973 to 12.11.1977)
    150 Dieter Burdenski (28.11.1981 to 21.03.1986)
    150 Uwe Kamps (02.09.1986 to 15.12.1990)
    150 Hans-Jörg Butt (28.09.2002 to 03.02.2007)

    Outfield players with most seasons without missing a game

    11 seasons Michael Lameck (1972-73 , 1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1977-78, 1978-79, 1980-81, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1985-86, 1986-87)
    10 seasons Hans-Hubert Vogts (1965-66, 1966-67, 1967-68, 1968-69, 1969-70, 1970-71, 1972-73, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1977-78)
    08 seasons Heinz Simmet (1968-69, 1970-71, 1971-72, 1972-73, 1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77)
    07 seasons Manfred Binz (1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93, 1994-95)
    06 seasons Klaus Fichtel (1965-66, 1966-67, 1967-68, 1976-77, 1978-79, 1981-82)
    06 seasons Franz Merkhoffer (1969-70, 1970-71, 1972-73, 1974-75, 1976-77, 1977-78)
    06 seasons Holger Brück (1972-73, 1973-74, 1975-76, 1976-77, 1977-78, 1978-79)
    06 seasons Manfred Kaltz (1973-74, 1976-77, 1977-78, 1978-79, 1980-81, 1988-89)
    06 seasons Franz-Josef Tenhagen (1972-73, 1975-76, 1976-77, 1977-78, 1979-80, 1981-82)

    Outfield players with most consecutive seasons without missing a game

    7 seasons Heinz Simmet (1970-71 to 1976-77)
    6 seasons Hans-Hubert Vogts (1965-66 to 1970-71)
    6 seasons Manfred Binz (1987-88 to 1992-93)
    4 seasons Michael Lameck (1972-73 to 1975-76)
    4 seasons Holger Brück (1975-76 to 1978-79)

    Goalkeepers with most seasons without missing a game

    13 seasons Josef Maier (1966-67 to 1978-79)
    10 seasons Dieter Burdenski (1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85, 1986-87)
    09 seasons Eike Immel (1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83, 1984-85, 1985-86, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1993-94)
    09 seasons Ulrich Stein (1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1985-86, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93)
    08 seasons Wolfgang Kleff (1969-70 to 1975-76, 1981-82)
    08 seasons Harald Schumacher (1974-75, 1977-78 to 1982-83, 1984-85)
    07 seasons Rüdiger Vollborn (1983-84, 1984-85, 1985-86, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93)
    07 seasons Uwe Kamps (1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1991-92, 1994-95, 1996-97, 1997-98)

    Goalkeepers with most consecutive seasons without missing a game

    13 seasons Josef Maier (1966-67 to 1978-79)
    7 seasons Wolfgang Kleff (1969-70 to 1975-76)
    6 seasons Harald Schumacher (1977-78 to 1982-83)
    5 seasons Ulrich Stein (1988-89 to 1992-93)
    4 seasons Dieter Burdenski (1973-74 to 1976-77)
    4 seasons Eike Immel (1979-80 to 1982-83)
    4 seasons Rüdiger vollborn (1989-90 to 1992-93)

    Players that played for most clubs

    7 clubs Michael Spies
    6 clubs Bruno Labbadia
    6 clubs Stefan Kohn
    6 clubs Jürgen Rynio

    Foreign players with most goals

    160 Claudio Pizarro
    133 Giovane Elber
    106 Ailton
    106 Stéphane Chapuisat
    98 Bum Kun Cha
    96 Anthony Yeboah
    95 Sergej Barbarez
    92 Willy Lippens
    90 Anton Polster

    Countries with most players

    127 Brazil
    108 Denmark
    95 Croatia
    92 Poland
    84 Netherlands
    81 Austria
    81 Turkey
    73 France
    69 Yugoslavia
    67 Czech Republic

    Countries with most players counting formerly politically combined territories

    292 Former Yugoslavian Republics
    127 Brazil
    108 Denmark
    92 Poland
    90 Czechoslovakia
    84 Netherlands
    81 Austria
    81 Turkey
    73 France
    64 Italy

    Players with the longest break between two games

    Wolfgang Böhni (21.12.1966 & 23.08.1982, 16 years, 8 months, 2 days)
    Robert Nikolic (08.06.1991 & 08.08.2004, 13 years, 2 months)
    Bernd Schuster (06.09.1980 & 07.08.1993, 12 years, 11 months, 1 day)
    Rudolf Müller (13.06.1981 & 07.05.1994, 12 years, 10 months, 24 days)
    Stephan Tauber (17.06.1987 & 15.08.1998, 11 years, 1 months, 28 days)
    Daniel Scheinhardt (15.06.1991 & 19.04.2002, 10 years, 10 months, 4 days)
    Michael Tönnies (09.12.1980 & 02.08.1991, 10 years, 7 months, 23 days)
    Jürgen Kramny (19.02.1994 & 08.08.2004, 10 years, 5 months, 17 days)
    Ralf Regenbogen (14.11.1986 & 15.03.1997, 10 years, 4 months, 1 day)
    Herbert Bittner (08.05.1971 & 08.08.1981, 10 years, 3 months)

    Players with most incomplete games (less than 90 minutes)

    237 Mehmet Scholl (subbed in 115/subbed out 123)
    219 Gerald Asamoah (130/88)
    203 Lars Ricken (203/128)
    202 Horst Heldt (122/81)
    195 Martin Max (103/93)
    184 Oliver Neuville (121/63)
    179 Marcel Witeczek (84/95)
    173 Steffen Baumgart 864/110)
    170 Andreas Neuendorf (50/117)
    164 Mike Hanke (70/92)
    164 Stefan Kohn (73/91)

    Most incomplete games (less than 90 minutes) within a single season

    30 Mario Gomez (2005-06)
    30 Roberto Pinto (2005-06)
    30 Steffen Baumgart (2006-07)
    30 Christian Wück (1991-92)
    29 Markus Feldhoff (1995-96)

    Players that got subbed out most often

    130 times Gerald Asamoah
    128 times Lars Ricken
    124 times Ulf Kirsten
    122 times Horst Heldt
    121 times Oliver Neuville
    115 times Mehmet Scholl
    111 times Norbert Meier
    103 times Martin Max
    100 times Frank Mill

    Players that got subbed out most often within a single season

    25 times René Eijkelkamp (1997-98)
    24 times Slawomir Peszko (2011-12)
    23 times Jakub Blaszczykowski (2009-10)
    23 times Dariusz Wosz (2003-04)
    22 times Horst Heldt (2003-04)
    22 times Mike Hanke (2011-12)
    22 times Oliver Neuville (2001-02)
    22 times Detlev Dammeier (2004-05)
    22 times Franca (2003-04)

    Players that got subbed in most often

    123 times Mehmet Scholl
    117 times Andreas Neuendorf
    110 times Steffen Baumgart
    108 times Heiko Herrlich
    106 times Vahid Hashemian
    102 times Alexander Zickler
    99 times Thomas Brdaric
    95 times Marcel Witeczek
    93 times Martin Max
    92 times Mike Hanke

    Players that got subbed in most often within a single season

    28 times Roberto Pinto (2005-06)
    28 times Markus Feldhoff (1995-96)
    27 times Christian Wück (1991-92)
    25 times Valeri Domovchyski (2008-09)
    23 times Mario Gomez (2005-06)
    22 times Oliver Neuville (2008-09)
    22 times Ranisav Jovanovic (2006-07)
    22 times Boris Vukcevic (2009-10)
    22 times Jonas Kamper (2007-08)

    Players that got subbed in, scored a goal and got subbed out again

    Heinz Simmet (04.10.1975: in 46th, scored 58th, out 78th)
    Peter Peschel (23.03.1991: in 46th, scored 51st, out 74th)
    Erik Meijer (19.09.1998: in 6th, scored 56th, out 87th)
    Thomas Helmer (20.02.1999: in 43rd, scored 71st, out 76th)
    Kreso Kovacec (22.10.2000: in 62nd, scored 76th, out 80th)
    Mamadou Diabang (26.10.2002: in 11th, scored 11th and 57th, out 74th)
    Caiuby (05.10.2008: in 65th, scored 66th, out 74th)
    Christian Eigler (15.10.2011: in 58th, scored 70th, out 72nd)

    Players that won most Championship titles

    8 Mehmet Scholl (1994, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006)
    8 Oliver Kahn (1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008)
    7 Klaus Augenthaler (1980, 1981, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990)
    7 Lothar Matthäus (1985, 1986, 1987, 1994, 1997, 1999, 2000)
    7 Alexander Zickler (1994, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005)
    6 Ludwig Kögl (1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1992)
    6 Samuel Kuffour (1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005)
    6 Jens Jeremies (1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006)
    6 Bixente Lizarazu (1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006)
    6 Hasan Salihamidzic (1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006)

    Players that won most Championships and German Cups

    14 Oliver Kahn (8/6)
    12 Mehmet Scholl (8/4)
    10 Klaus Augenthaler (7/3)
    09 Lothar Matthäus (7/2)
    09 Bixente Lizarazu (6/3)
    09 Jens Jeremies (6/3)
    09 Hasan Salihamidzic (5/4)
    09 Franz Beckenbauer (5/4)

    Players who became runners-up most often without winning a Championship

    4 times Wolfgang Sidka (1975, 1983, 1985, 1986)
    4 times Ulf Kirsten (1997, 1999, 2000, 2002)
    4 times Jens Nowotny (1997, 1999, 2000, 2002)
    4 times Carsten Ramelow (1997, 1999, 2000, 2002)
    4 times Jurica Vranjes (2000, 2002, 2006, 2008)
    3 times Paul Steiner (1982, 1989, 1990)
    3 times Benno Möhlmann (1983, 1985, 1986)
    3 times Rudolf Völler (1983, 1985, 1986)
    3 times Markus Happe (1997, 1999, 2001)
    3 times Boris Zivkovic (1999, 2000, 2002)
    3 times Gerald Asamoah (2001, 2005, 2007)

    Managers with most games

    836 Otto Rehhagel (1974 to 2012)
    608 Josef Heynckes (1979 to 2012)
    569 Erich Ribbeck (1968 to 1996)
    523 Udo Lattek (1970 to 2000)
    487 Felix Magath (1995 to 2012)
    470 Hans Weisweiler (1965 to 1980)
    461 Ottmar Hitzfeld (1991 to 2008)
    459 Friedhelm Funkel (1991 to 2010)
    446 Thomas Schaaf (1999 to 2012)
    446 Christoph Daum (1986 to 2011)

    Managers with most points

    absolute

    1.399 points Otto Rehhagel
    1.032 points Josef Heynckes
    977 points Udo Lattek
    912 points Ottmar Hitzfeld
    828 points Erich Ribbeck
    814 points Hans Weisweiler
    809 points Felix Magath
    741 points Thomas Schaaf
    730 points Christoph Daum
    678 points Branko Zebec
    675 points Karlheinz Feldkamp

    relative – points per game

    1.98 points Ottmar Hitzfeld
    1.87 Udo Lattek
    1.73 Hans Weisweiler
    1.71 Christoph Daum
    1.70 Josef Heynckes
    1.66 Felix Magath
    1.66 Thomas Schaaf
    1.64 Branko Zebec
    1.63 Karlheinz Feldkamp
    1.46 Erich Ribbeck

    Youngest managers

    Bernd Stöber (24 years, 1 month, 17 days, 23.10.1976) (caretaker manager)
    Karlheinz Mülhausen (30 years, 7 months, 25 days, 13.02.1968) (caretaker manager)
    Klaus-Dieter Ochs (30 years, 9 months, 15 days, 15.08.1970)
    Helmut Schulte (30 years, 10 months, 9 days, 23.07.1988)
    Erich Ribbeck (31 years, 2 months, 4 days, 17.08.1968)
    Reinhard Saftig (31 years, 3 months, 29 days, 21.05.1983) (caretaker manager)
    Josef Piontek (31 years, 7 months, 25 days, 30.10.1971)
    Damian Halata (31 years, 8 months, 2 days, 10.04.1994) (caretaker manager)
    Hermann Erlhoff (31 years, 9 months, 5 days, 27.09.1976)
    Slobodan Cendic (32 years, 11 days), 08.09.1970)
     
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    Youngers championship winning manager

    Matthias Sammer (34 years, 7 months, 29 days, 04.05.2002)
    Udo Lattek (37 years, 5 months, 12 days, 28.06.1972)
    Christoph Daum (38 years, 6 months, 23 days, 16.05.1992)
    Helmut Benthaus (38 years, 11 months, 21 days, 26.05.1984)
    Branko Zebec (40 years, 7 days, 24.05.1969)
    Thomas Schaaf (43 years, 8 days, 08.05.2004)
    Jürgen Klopp (43 years, 10 months, 14 days, 30.04.2011)
    Josef Heynckes (44 years, 25 days, 03.06.1989)
    Armin Veh (46 years, 3 months, 18 days, 19.05.2007)
    Ottmar Hitzfeld (46 years, 5 months, 5 days, 17.06.1995)

    Oldest championship winning managers

    Wilhelm Multhaup (61 years, 9 months, 27 days, 15.05.1965)
    Georg Knöpfle (59 years, 11 months, 3 days, 18.04.1964)
    Otto Rehhagel (59 years, 8 months, 24 days, 02.05.1998)
    Ottmar Hitzfeld (59 years, 3 months, 23 days, 04.05.2008)
    Hans Weisweiler (58 years, 4 months, 24 days, 29.04.1978)
    Giovanni Trapattoni (58 years, 2 months, 7 days, 24.05.1997)
    Ernst Happel (57 years, 6 months, 5 days, 04.06.1983)
    Karlheinz Feldkamp (57 years, 13 days, 15.06.1991)
    Felix Magath (55 years, 9 months, 28 days, 23.05.2009)

    Managers with the longest gap between two games

    16 years, 6 months, 2 days, Eckhard Krautzun (between 21.09.1979 and 24.03.1996)
    13 years, 0 months, 0 days, Friedhelm Rausch (between 30.06.1980 and 01.07.1993)
    11 years, 4 months, 23 days, Otto Rehhagel (between 01.01.2000 and 25.02.2012)
    11 years, 3 months, 19 days, Slobodan Cendic (between 18.10.1976 and 07.02.1988)
    11 years, 3 months, 7 days, Fritz Langner (between 12.11.1969 and 20.02.1980)
    10 years, 7 months, 19 days, Jürgen Sundermann (between 30.06.1983 and 20.02.1994)
    10 years, 5 months, 11 days, Sigfried Held (between 20.01.1983 and 01.07.1993)
    9 years, 2 months, 21 days, Hermann Gerland (between 09.04.1990 and 01.07.1999)
    9 years, 0 months, 20 days, Rolf Schafstall (between 23.01.1992 and 13.02.2001)
    8 years, 8 months, 13 days, Ernst Middendorp (between 30.06.1998 and 14.03.2007)

    Most games as player and manager combined

    1.037 Otto Rehhagel
    977 Josef Heynckes
    793 Felix Magath
    790 Winfried Schäfer
    779 Friedhelm Funkel
    708 Thomas Schaaf
    641 Karl-Heinz Körbel
    594 Klaus Augenthaler
    573 Michael Frontzeck
    572 Werner Lorant

    Managers that spent most years at one club

    14 years, 2 months, 7 days, Otto Rehhagel (Werder Bremen)
    12 years, 11 months, 26 days, Thomas Schaaf (Werder Bremen)
    10 years, 7 months, 24 days, Winfried Schäfer (Karlsruher SC)
    9 years, 10 months, 0 days, Hans Weisweiler (Borussia Mönchengladbach)
    9 years, 9 months, 14 days, volker Finke (SC Freiburg)
    8 years, 3 months, 25 days, Josef Heynckes (Borussia Mönchengladbach)
    7 years, 1 month, 28 days, Werner Lorant (TSV 1860 München)
    7 years, 0 months, 24 days, Ottmar Hitzfeld (Bayern München)
    6 years, 8 months, 23 days, Heinz Höher (VfL Bochum)
    6 years, 8 months, 10 days, Helmut Johannsen (Eintracht Braunschweig)

    Foreign managers with most games

    413 Branko Zebec (1968 to 1983)
    367 Gyula Lorant (1965 to 1979)
    319 Hubertus Stevens (1996 to 2012)
    246 Zlatko Cajkovski (1965 to 1976)
    243 Ivica Horvat (1963 to 1979)
    230 Max Merkel (1963 to 1982)
    211 Aleksandar Ristic (1980 to 1996)
    204 Ernst Happel (1981 to 1987)

    Clubs that parted most often from managers prematurely

    24 times 1. FC Köln (1970 Merkle to 2012 Solbakken)
    24 times FC Schalke 04 (1964 Gawliczek to 2011 Rangnick)
    24 times VfB Stuttgart (1965 Baluses to 2010 Keller)
    23 times Eintracht Frankfurt (1976 Weise to 2011 Skibbe)
    20 times Borussia Dortmund (1964 Eppenhoff to 2008 Doll)
    (Eppenhoff was reinstalled shortly afterwards due to player protest)
    19 times 1. FC Nürnberg (1963 Widmayer to 2009 Oenning)
    19 times 1. FC Kaiserslautern (1965 Brocker to Balakov)
    18 times Hamburger SV (1964 Wilke to 2011 Oenning)
    17 times Hannver 96 (1966 Kronsbein to 2010 Bergmann)
    16 times Borussia Mönchengladbach (1989 Werner to 2011 Frontzeck)

    Clubs with most managers within a single season (includes caretaker managers)

    4 managers Karlsruher SC (1967-68)
    4 managers Kickers Offenbach (1970-71)
    4 managers Borussia Dortmund (1983-84)
    4 managers 1. FC Nürnberg (1983-84)
    4 managers Hannvoer 96 /(1985-86)
    4 managers Hertha BSC (1990-91)
    4 managers Fortuna Düsseldorf (1991-92)
    4 managers VfB Stuttgart (1998-99)
    4 managers Eintracht Frankfurt (1998-99)
    4 managers VfL Bochum (2009-10)
    4 managers Hamburger SV (2011-12)

    Youngest referees

    23 years, 6 months, 29 days, Michael Kemper (26.08.2006)
    25 years, 10 months, 3 days, Hermann Schröder (24.08.1974)
    26 years, 5 months, 5 days, Markus Merk (20.08.1988)
    27 years, 1 month, 27 days, Elmar Schäfer (16.09.1967)
    27 years, 2 months, 28 days, Horst Mathieu (31.08.1963)
    27 years, 4 months, 1 day, Frank Kiefer (13.10.1990)
    27 years, 4 months, 14 days, Wolfgang Stark (04.04.1997)

    Oldest referees

    49 years, 5 months, 19 days, Rudolf Kreitlein (03.05.1969)
    48 years, 8 months, 25 days, Karl Niemeyer (23.05.1969)
    48 years, 8 months, 6 days, Walter Eschweiler (26.05.1984)
    48 years, 7 months, 23 days, Max Spinnler (03.05.1969)
    48 years, 6 months, 30 days, Edgar Deuschel (03.05.1969)
    48 years, 5 months, 6 days, Heinz Aldinger (13.06.1981)
    48 years, 2 months, 26 days, Dieter Pauly (12.05.1990)
    48 years, 0 months, 21 days, Peter Gabor (10.05.1988)
    48 years, 0 months, 4 days, Günther Risse (22.09.1984)

    Goalkeepers with most games without conceding a goal

    204 (out of 577) Oliver Kahn
    176 (out of 471) Oliver Reck
    148 (out of 534) Eike Immel
    146 (out of 512) Ulrich Stein
    137 (out of 473) Josef Maier
    131 (out of 394) Jens Lehmann
    123 (out of 453) Richard Golz
    121 (out of 426) Frank Rost
    120 (out of 456) Norbert Nigbur
    115 (out of 478) Dieter Burdenski

    Goalkeepers with most games without conceding a goal within a single season

    19 (out of 32) Oliver Kahn (2001-02)
    18 (out of 32) Oliver Reck (1987-88)
    18 (out of 32) Oliver Reck (1992-93)
    18 (out of 34) Norbert Nigbur (1971-72)
    18 (out of 34) Timo Hildebrand (2003-04)
    17 (out of 33) Oliver Kahn (2002-03)
    17 (out of 33) Manuel Neuer (2011-12)
    17 (out of 34) Raimond Aumann (1988-89)
    16 (out of 33) Raimond Aumann (1989-90)

    Goalkeepers with most games

    557 Oliver Kahn (1987 to 2008)
    534 Eike Immel (1978 to 1995)
    512 Ulrich Stein (1978 to 1997)
    478 Dieter Burdenski (1970 to 1988)
    473 Josef Maier (1965 to 1979)
    471 Oliver Reck (1983 to 2003)
    464 Harald Schumacher (1972 to 1996)
    456 Norbert Nigbur (1966 to 1983)
    453 Richard Golz (1987 to 2005)
    433 Wolfgang Kleff (1968 to 1986)

    Longest time without conceding a goal

    884 minutes Timo Hildebrand (9 complete games, 17.05.2003 to 18.10.2003)
    802 minutes Oliver Kahn (7 complete games, 09.11.2002 to 09.02.2003)
    770 minutes Manuel Neuer (8 complete games, 07.08.2011 to 23.10.2011)
    735 minutes Oliver Kahn (8 complete games, 04.12.1998 to 03.04.1999)
    640 minutes Oliver Reck (6 complete games, 07.11.1987 to 05.03.1988)
    618 minutes Tim Wiese (6 complete games, 15.08.2009 to 17.10.2009)
    602 minutes Ulrich Stein (6 complete games, 08.10.1985 to 03.12.1985)
    597 minutes Jens Lehmann (6 complete games, 30.11.1996 to 15.03.1997)

    Goalkeepers that conceded most goals

    absolute

    829 Eike Immel
    796 Dieter Burdenski
    715 Harald Schumacher
    681 Rudolf Kargus
    671 Norbert Nigbur
    660 Gerhard Heinze
    653 Josef Maier
    646 Richard Golz
    632 Wolfgang Kleff
    626 Ulrich Stein

    relative – most goals conceded per game

    Gerhard Heinze (conceded in 79.40 % of 398 games)
    Jörg Schmadtke (conceded in 78.95 % of 266 games)
    Ralf Zumdick (conceded in 78.72 % of 282 games)
    Harald Schumacher (conceded in 77.59 % of 464 games)
    Bernd Franke (conceded in 77.10 % of 345 games)
    Simon Jentzsch (conceded in 76.95 % of 269 games)
    Dieter Burdenski (conceded in 75.94 % of 478 games)
    Ronnie Hellström (conceded in 75.56 % of 266 games)
    Claus Reitmaier (conceded in 75.52 % of 335 games)
    Wolfgang Kleff (conceded in 75.29 % of 433 games)

    Goalkeepers that conceded most goals in a single season

    93 Dieter Burdenski (1979-80)
    86 Hubert Birkenmaier (1974-75)
    83 Rudolf Wimmer (1982-83)
    80 Ralf Raps (1985-86)
    79 Rudolf Kargus (1983-84)
    79 Klaus Scherer (1986-87)
    79 Wolfgang Fahrian (1973-74)
    79 Werner Vollack (1983-84)
    77 Jürgen Rynio (1977-78)
    77 Harald Schumacher (1987-88)
    75 Rudolf Wimmer (1976-77)

    Clubs that spent most weeks at the top of the table

    568 weeks Bayern München
    137 weeks Borussia Dortmund
    130 weeks Borussia Mönchengladbach
    129 weeks Werder Bremen
    115 weeks Hamburger SV
    90 weeks 1. FC Kaiserslautern
    87 weeks 1. FC Köln
    67 weeks Bayer Leverkusen
    59 weeks FC Schalke 04
    59 weeks VfB Stuttgart

    Clubs that spent most consecutive weeks at the top of the table

    43 weeks Bayern München (1971-72, week 26 to 1972-73, week 34)
    35 weeks Bayern München (1968-69, week 1 to 1969-70, week 1)
    34 weeks Bayern München (1984-85, week 1 to week 34)
    34 weeks Bayern München (2007-08, week 1 to week 34)
    33 weeks Bayern München (1998-99, week 2 to week 34)
    32 weeks 1. FC Nürnberg (1967-68, week 3 to week 34)
    32 weeks Bayern München (1992-93, week 1 to week 32)
    31 weeks 1. FC Kaiserslautern (1997-98, week 4 to week 34)
    31 weeks Bayern München (2002-03, week 4 to week 34)
    26 weeks 1. FC Köln (1963-64, week 5 to week 30)
    25 weeks Bayern München (2005-06, week 10 to week 34)
    25 weeks Borussia Dortmund (2010-11, week 10 to week 34)

    Most frequent family names

    32 Müller
    22 Schmidt
    12 Schneider
    12 Weber
    12 Wagner
    11 Schulz
    10 Schröder
    10 Wolf
    9 Fischer
    9 Fuchs
    9 Jensen
    9 Hoffmann
    8 Meyer

    Clubs with most postponed games

    31 games 1. FC Kaiserslautern (1964 to 2006)
    28 games VfL Bochum (1973 to 1999)
    27 games Hamburger SV (1964 to 2011)
    24 games Eintracht Braunschweig (1964 to 1982)
    24 games Borussia Mönchengladbach (1965 to 1998)
    23 games Hertha BSC (1964 to 2011)
    19 games MSV Duisburg (1965 to 2005)
    19 games 1. FC Köln (1966 to 1986)
    19 games Werder Bremen (1968 to 1996)
    16 games Borussia Dortmund (1965 to 1998)

    Months with most postponed games

    February (168)
    January (95)
    March (51)
    December (50)
    November (26)
    April (17)
    October (6)
    August (3)
    September (3)
    May (1)
     
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    Clubs with longest unbeaten streak

    36 (20/16) Hamburger SV (30.01.1982 to 22.01.1983 – 76 points)
    28 (23/05) Borussia Dortmund (24.09.2011 to 05.05.2012 – 74 points)
    27 (16/11) Bayern München (03.05.1988 to 25.03.1989 – 59 points)
    25 (17/08) Bayern München (08.11.1986 to 15.08.1987 – 50 points)
    23 (16/07) Werder Bremen (25.10.2003 to 08.05.2004 – 55 points)
    23 (14/09) Bayern München (02.12.1989 to 22.09.1990 – 51 points)
    22 (15/07) Eintracht Frankfurt (20.11.1976 to 06.08.1977 – 52 points)
    21 (11/10) Bayer Leverkusen (27.09.1997 to 04.04.1998 – 43 points)
    19 (14/05) Bayern München (09.02.2002 to 21.09.2002 – 47 points)
    19 (13/06) Bayern München (03.10.2009 to 13.03.2010 – 45 points)
    19 (11/08) Bayern München (15.03.1986 to 18.10.1986 – 41 points)
    19 (11/08) Bayern München (04.10.1991 to 28.03.1992 – 41 points)

    Clubs with longest unbeaten streak within a single season

    28 (23/05) Borussia Dortmund (2011-2012)
    24 (13/11) Bayer Leverkusen (2009-10)
    23 (16/07) Werder Bremen (2003-04)
    23 (13/10) Bayern München (1998-99)
    22 (14/08) Bayern München (1986-87)
    21 (14/07) Eintracht Frankfurt (1976-77)
    21 (11/10) Bayer Leverkusen (1997-98)
    19 (13/06) Bayern München (2009-10)
    19 (11/08) Borussia Dortmund (1991-92)
    18 (10/08) Hamburger SV (1981-82)
    18 ((10/08) Hamburger SV (1982-83)

    Clubs with longest unbeaten streak from the start of the season

    24 games Bayer Leverkusen (2009-10)
    23 games Bayern München (1988-89)
    18 games Hamburger SV (1982-83)
    15 games VfB Stuttgart (2003-04)
    14 games Bayer Leverkusen (2001-02)
    14 games Bayern München (1971-72)
    14 games 1. FC Kaiserslautern (1978-79)
    14 games 1. FC Köln (1987-88)
    13 games Borussia Mönchengladbach (1976-77)
    13 games Borussa Mönchengladbach (1970-71)
    12 games Bayern München (2007-08)
    12 games 1. FC Nürnberg (1967-68)

    Clubs with most consecutive winless games

    31 Tasmania 1900 Berlin (1965-66)
    21 Dynamo Dresden (1994-95)
    21 BW 90 Berlin (1986-87)
    21 1. FC Kaiserslautern (2011-12)
    19 Alemannia Aachen (1969-70)
    19 Fortuna Düsseldorf (1991-92)
    18 Hannvoer 96 (1985-86 + 1987-88)
    18 1. FC Köln (2005-06)

    Clubs with most consecutive winless games at home

    17 Hertha BSC (2009-10 + 2010-11)
    15 Tasmania 1900 Berlin (1965-66)
    14 Hertha BSC (1990-91 + 1997-98)
    14 1. FC Saarbrücken (1977-78 + 1985-86)
    13 Borussia Mönchengladbach (2010-11)
    13 Hannover 96 (1988-89 + 2002-03)
    13 BW 90 Berlin (1986-87)

    Clubs with most winless games from the start of the season

    14 TSV 1860 München (1977-78)
    14 MSV Duisburg (1994-95)
    13 1. FC Köln (1991-92)
    12 1. FC Saarbrücken (1963-64)
    11 MSV Duisburg (1999-00)
    11 Energie Cottbus (2007-08)

    Clubs with most consecutive wins

    15 Bayern München (19.03.2005 to 20.09.2005)
    12 Borussia Mönchengladbach (14.04.1987 to 08.08.1987)
    10 VfL Wolfsburg (07.02.2009 to 18.04.2009)
    09 1. FC Köln (31.01.1970 to 17.03.1970)
    09 Bayern München (03.09.1980 to 31.10.1980)
    09 Bayern München (18.08.2001 to 03.11.2001)
    09 Bayern München (29.11.2009 to 13.02.2010)

    Clubs with most consecutive wins within a single season

    10 Borussia Mönchengladbach (1986-87)
    10 VfL Wolfsburg (2008-09)
    09 1. FC Köln (1969-70)
    09 Bayern München (1980-81)
    09 Bayern München (2001-02)
    09 Bayern München (2004-05)
    09 Bayern München (2009-10)

    Clubs starting a season with consecutive wins

    7 1. FC Kaiserslautern (2001-02)
    7 Bayern München (1995-96)
    7 FSV Mainz 05 (2010-11)
    6 Bayern München (1998-99)
    6 Bayern München (2005-06)
    6 Bayern München (1984-85)
    5 Bayern München (1968-69)
    5 1. FC Köln (1976-77)
    5 Bayern München (1981-82)

    Clubs starting a season with consecutive away wins

    8 Borussia Dortmund (2010-11)
    4 FSV Mainz 05 (2010-11)
    4 Bayern München (1984-85)
    4 Hamburger SV (2005-06)
    4 Bayern München (1998-99)

    Most consecutive defeats

    10 Tasmania 1900 Berlin (20.10.1965 to 08.01.1966)
    10 1. FC Nürnberg (24.03.1984 to 26.05.1984)
    10 Arminia Bielefeld (21.11.1999 to 20.02.2000)
    10 Fortuna Düsseldorf (25.05.1991 to 27.08.1991)
    09 1. FC Saarbrücken (17.04.1993 to 05.06.1993)
    09 Hannover 96 (06.12.1985 to 22.03.1986)
    09 MSV Duisburg (27.08.1994 to 30.10.1994)
    09 TSV 1860 München (13.09.1969 to 15.11.1969)
    09 VfL Bochum (05.05.1989 to 05.08.1989)
    09 Hannover 96 (12.12.2009 to 28.02.2010)

    Clubs with most defeats from the start of the season

    6 Fortuna Düsseldorf (1991-92)
    5 Karlsruher SC (1963-64)
    5 RW Oberhausen (1972-73)
    5 1. FC Nürnberg (1981-82)
    5 FSV Mainz 05 (2005-06)
    5 Hansa Rostock (2007-08)
    5 Fortuna Düsseldorf (1976-77)

    Clubs with most consecutive draws

    8 Waldhof Mannheim (1984-85)
    7 1. FC Saarbrücken (1992-93)
    7 1. FC Nürnberg (2006-07)
    7 VfL Wolfsburg (2010-11)
    6 Hamburger SV (1995-96)
    6 Hamburger SV (2000-01)
    6 Eintracht Braunschweig (1971-72)
     
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    Clubs with longest unbeaten streak

    36 (20/16) Hamburger SV (30.01.1982 to 22.01.1983 – 76 points)
    28 (23/05) Borussia Dortmund (24.09.2011 to 05.05.2012 – 74 points)
    27 (16/11) Bayern München (03.05.1988 to 25.03.1989 – 59 points)
    25 (17/08) Bayern München (08.11.1986 to 15.08.1987 – 50 points)
    23 (16/07) Werder Bremen (25.10.2003 to 08.05.2004 – 55 points)
    23 (14/09) Bayern München (02.12.1989 to 22.09.1990 – 51 points)
    22 (15/07) Eintracht Frankfurt (20.11.1976 to 06.08.1977 – 52 points)
    21 (11/10) Bayer Leverkusen (27.09.1997 to 04.04.1998 – 43 points)
    19 (14/05) Bayern München (09.02.2002 to 21.09.2002 – 47 points)
    19 (13/06) Bayern München (03.10.2009 to 13.03.2010 – 45 points)
    19 (11/08) Bayern München (15.03.1986 to 18.10.1986 – 41 points)
    19 (11/08) Bayern München (04.10.1991 to 28.03.1992 – 41 points)

    Clubs with longest unbeaten streak within a single season

    28 (23/05) Borussia Dortmund (2011-2012)
    24 (13/11) Bayer Leverkusen (2009-10)
    23 (16/07) Werder Bremen (2003-04)
    23 (13/10) Bayern München (1998-99)
    22 (14/08) Bayern München (1986-87)
    21 (14/07) Eintracht Frankfurt (1976-77)
    21 (11/10) Bayer Leverkusen (1997-98)
    19 (13/06) Bayern München (2009-10)
    19 (11/08) Borussia Dortmund (1991-92)
    18 (10/08) Hamburger SV (1981-82)
    18 ((10/08) Hamburger SV (1982-83)

    Clubs with longest unbeaten streak from the start of the season

    24 games Bayer Leverkusen (2009-10)
    23 games Bayern München (1988-89)
    18 games Hamburger SV (1982-83)
    15 games VfB Stuttgart (2003-04)
    14 games Bayer Leverkusen (2001-02)
    14 games Bayern München (1971-72)
    14 games 1. FC Kaiserslautern (1978-79)
    14 games 1. FC Köln (1987-88)
    13 games Borussia Mönchengladbach (1976-77)
    13 games Borussa Mönchengladbach (1970-71)
    12 games Bayern München (2007-08)
    12 games 1. FC Nürnberg (1967-68)

    Clubs with most consecutive winless games

    31 Tasmania 1900 Berlin (1965-66)
    21 Dynamo Dresden (1994-95)
    21 BW 90 Berlin (1986-87)
    21 1. FC Kaiserslautern (2011-12)
    19 Alemannia Aachen (1969-70)
    19 Fortuna Düsseldorf (1991-92)
    18 Hannvoer 96 (1985-86 + 1987-88)
    18 1. FC Köln (2005-06)

    Clubs with most consecutive winless games at home

    17 Hertha BSC (2009-10 + 2010-11)
    15 Tasmania 1900 Berlin (1965-66)
    14 Hertha BSC (1990-91 + 1997-98)
    14 1. FC Saarbrücken (1977-78 + 1985-86)
    13 Borussia Mönchengladbach (2010-11)
    13 Hannover 96 (1988-89 + 2002-03)
    13 BW 90 Berlin (1986-87)

    Clubs with most winless games from the start of the season

    14 TSV 1860 München (1977-78)
    14 MSV Duisburg (1994-95)
    13 1. FC Köln (1991-92)
    12 1. FC Saarbrücken (1963-64)
    11 MSV Duisburg (1999-00)
    11 Energie Cottbus (2007-08)

    Clubs with most consecutive wins

    15 Bayern München (19.03.2005 to 20.09.2005)
    12 Borussia Mönchengladbach (14.04.1987 to 08.08.1987)
    10 VfL Wolfsburg (07.02.2009 to 18.04.2009)
    09 1. FC Köln (31.01.1970 to 17.03.1970)
    09 Bayern München (03.09.1980 to 31.10.1980)
    09 Bayern München (18.08.2001 to 03.11.2001)
    09 Bayern München (29.11.2009 to 13.02.2010)

    Clubs with most consecutive wins within a single season

    10 Borussia Mönchengladbach (1986-87)
    10 VfL Wolfsburg (2008-09)
    09 1. FC Köln (1969-70)
    09 Bayern München (1980-81)
    09 Bayern München (2001-02)
    09 Bayern München (2004-05)
    09 Bayern München (2009-10)

    Clubs starting a season with consecutive wins

    7 1. FC Kaiserslautern (2001-02)
    7 Bayern München (1995-96)
    7 FSV Mainz 05 (2010-11)
    6 Bayern München (1998-99)
    6 Bayern München (2005-06)
    6 Bayern München (1984-85)
    5 Bayern München (1968-69)
    5 1. FC Köln (1976-77)
    5 Bayern München (1981-82)

    Clubs starting a season with consecutive away wins

    8 Borussia Dortmund (2010-11)
    4 FSV Mainz 05 (2010-11)
    4 Bayern München (1984-85)
    4 Hamburger SV (2005-06)
    4 Bayern München (1998-99)

    Most consecutive defeats

    10 Tasmania 1900 Berlin (20.10.1965 to 08.01.1966)
    10 1. FC Nürnberg (24.03.1984 to 26.05.1984)
    10 Arminia Bielefeld (21.11.1999 to 20.02.2000)
    10 Fortuna Düsseldorf (25.05.1991 to 27.08.1991)
    09 1. FC Saarbrücken (17.04.1993 to 05.06.1993)
    09 Hannover 96 (06.12.1985 to 22.03.1986)
    09 MSV Duisburg (27.08.1994 to 30.10.1994)
    09 TSV 1860 München (13.09.1969 to 15.11.1969)
    09 VfL Bochum (05.05.1989 to 05.08.1989)
    09 Hannover 96 (12.12.2009 to 28.02.2010)

    Clubs with most defeats from the start of the season

    6 Fortuna Düsseldorf (1991-92)
    5 Karlsruher SC (1963-64)
    5 RW Oberhausen (1972-73)
    5 1. FC Nürnberg (1981-82)
    5 FSV Mainz 05 (2005-06)
    5 Hansa Rostock (2007-08)
    5 Fortuna Düsseldorf (1976-77)

    Clubs with most consecutive draws

    8 Waldhof Mannheim (1984-85)
    7 1. FC Saarbrücken (1992-93)
    7 1. FC Nürnberg (2006-07)
    7 VfL Wolfsburg (2010-11)
    6 Hamburger SV (1995-96)
    6 Hamburger SV (2000-01)
    6 Eintracht Braunschweig (1971-72)
     
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    Clubs with most consecutive games without conceding a goal

    at home

    910 minutes VfL Bochum (20.09.2003 to 27.03.2004)
    802 minutes Bayern München (09.11.2002 to 09.02.2003)
    701 minutes Karlsruher SC (18.12.1965 to 1.04.1966)
    693 minutes 1. FC Kaiserslautern (25.01.2003 to 02.08.2003)
    671 minutes FC Schalke 04 (19.09.1970 to 06.02.1971)
    663 minutes FC Schalke 04 (24.08.1974 to 10.12.1974)
    638 minutes FC Schalke 04 (23.04.1966 to 15.10.1966)
    632 minutes FC Schalke 04 (31.10.2009 to 26.02.2010)
    623 minutes VfB Stuttgart (10.05.2003 to 01.11.2003)
    612 minutes 1. FC Kaiserslautern (11.12.1993 to 30.04.1994)

    away

    563 minutes 1. FC Köln (30.08.2009 to 24.01.2010)
    549 minutes Bayern München (03.11.2002 to 15.03.2003)
    535 minutes Bayer Leverkusen (26.08.1989 to 23.11.1989)
    489 minutes Bayern München (06.02.2002 to 13.04.2002)
    476 minutes Bayern München (30.11.1985 to 29.03.1986)
    469 minutes FC Schalke 04 (30.11.2003 to 13.03.2004)
    456 minutes Borussia Mönchengladbach (07.02.1970 to 15.04.1970)
    454 minutes Hannover 96 (21.10.2006 to 16.12.2006)
    440 minutes FC Schalke 04 (19.10.2002 to 25.01.2003)
    429 minutes MSV Duisburg (19.12.1998 to 14.04.1999)

    Clubs with most consecutive games without scoring a goal

    1,033 minutes 1. FC Köln (24.11.2001 to 02.03.2002)
    963 minutes 1. FC Saarbrücken (27.03.1993 to 29.05.1993)
    792 minutes Eintracht Frankfurt (18.12.2010 to 12.03.2011)
    752 minutes Karlsruher SC (07.02.2009 to 18.04.2009)
    735 minutes Tasmania 1900 Berlin (02.10.1965 to 11.12.1965)
    704 minutes FC Schalke 04 (19.08.1967 to 14.10.1967)
    618 minutes Energie Cottbus (21.09.2002 to 16.11.2002)
    602 minutes VfL Bochum (22.11.1991 to 29.02.1992)
    598 minutes Borussia Mönchengladbach (19.10.1996 to 16.02.1997)

    Clubs with most consecutive games without scoring a goal

    at home

    609 minutes SC Freiburg (17.10.2009 to 06.03.2010)
    557 minutes 1. FC Köln (17.11.2001 to 02.03.2002)
    555 minutes 1. FC Saarbrücken (19.03.1993 to 29.05.1993)
    547 minutes TSV 1860 München (24.11.2002 to 06.04.2003)
    499 minutes Borussia Mönchengladbach (19.12.1997 to 02.05.1998)

    away

    848 minutes Borussia Mönchengladbach (20.08.1996 to 16.02.1997)
    667 minutes Hannover 96 (25.10.1975 to 20.03.1976)
    651 minutes Bayer 05 Uerdingen (15.11.1975 to 15.04.1976)
    645 minutes 1. FC Nürnberg (30.10.1982 to 22.03.1983)
    625 minutes Eintracht Braunschweig (10.09.1977 to 28.01.1978)

    Clubs that won after a three or more goals deficit

    4 goal deficit: VfL Bochum v Bayern München 5-6 (18.09.1976, after 53 minutes 4-0 to Bochum)
    3 goal deficit: Eintracht Frankfurt v VfB Stuttgart 4-3 (25.08.1973, after 66 minutes 3-0 to Stuttgart)
    3 goal deficit: 1. FC Kaiserslautern v Bayern München 7-4 (20.10.1973, after 57 minutes 4-1 to Bayern)
    3 goal deficit: TSV 1860 München v Fortuna Düsseldorf 4-3 (25.10.1980, after 32 minutes 3-0 to Düsseldorf)
    3 goal deficit: Bayer Leverkusen v Bayern München 3-4 (21.05.1988, after 18 minutes 3-0 to Leverkusen)
    3 goal deficit: Fortuna Düsseldorf v VfL Bochum 3-4 (31.05.1991, after 31 minutes 3-0 to Düsseldorf)
    3 goal deficit: VfL Wolfsburg v FSV Mainz 05 3-4 (28.08.2010, after 30 minutes 3-0 to Wolfsburg)

    Highest scores

    12-0 Borussia Mönchengladbach v Borussia Dortmund (29.04.1978)
    11-0 Borussia Mönchengladbach v FC Schalke 04 (07.01.1967)
    11-1 Bayern München v Borussia Dortmund (27.11.1971)
    11-1 Borussia Dortmund v Arminia Bielefeld (06.11.1982)
    10-0 Borussia Mönchengladbach v Borussia Neunkirchen (04.11.1967)
    10-0 Borussia Mönchengladbach v Eintracht Braunschweig (11.10.1984)

    Highest scores at half-time

    0-6 FC Schalke 04 v Borussia Dortmund (26.09.1964, final score: 2-6)
    6-0 Hertha BSC v Borussia Dortmund (18.04.1970, 9-1)
    6-0 Bayern München v Hertha BSC (12.06.1976, 7-4)
    6-0 Borussia Mönchengladbach v Borussia Dortmund (29.04.1978, 12-0)

    Most local derbies

    36 times TSV 1860 München v Bayern München (8/7/21)
    16 times Hamburger SV v FC St. Pauli (8/6/2)
    6 times VfL Bochum v SG Wattenscheid 09 (3/2/1)
    4 times Hertha BSC v Tennis Borussia Berlin (3/0/1)
    4 times VfB Stuttgart v Kickers Stuttgart (4/0/0)
    2 times 1. FC Köln v Fortuna Köln (2/0/0)

    Clubs that got relegated most often

    7 times 1 . FC Nürnberg (1969, 1979, 1984, 1994, 1999, 2003, 2008)
    7 times Arminia Bielefeld (1972, 1979, 1985, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2009)
    6 times Hertha BSC (1965, 1980, 1983, 1991, 2010, 2012)
    6 times MSV Duisburg (1982, 1992, 1995, 2000, 2006, 2008)
    6 times Karlsruher SC (1968, 1977, 1983, 1985, 1998, 2009)
    6 times VfL Bochum (1993, 1995, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2010)
    5 times Bayer 05 Uerdingen/KFC Uerdingen (1976, 1981, 1991, 1993, 1996)
    5 times FC St. Pauli (1978, 1991, 1997, 2002, 2011)
    5 times 1. FC Köln (1998, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2012)

    Managers that got relegated most often

    5 times Friedhelm Funkel (1991, 1993, 1996, 2002, 2010)
    4 times Kuno Klötzer (1967, 1969, 1971, 1982)
    3 times Jörg Berger (1998, 2005, 2009)
    3 times Volker Finke (1997, 2002, 2005)
    3 times Peter Neururer (1991, 1993, 2005)

    Most expensive transfers within the Bundesliga

    35.0 million € Mario Gomez (VfB Stuttgart to Bayern München, 2009)
    22.0 million € Manuel Neuer (FC Schalke 04 to Bayern München, 2011)
    17.5 million € Marco Reus (Borussia Mönchengladbach to Borussia Dortmund, 2012)
    17.0 million € Luis Gustavo (1899 Hoffenheim to Bayern München, 2011)
    13.0 million € Miroslav Klose (Werder Bremen to Bayern München, 2007)

    Most expensive transfers from the Bundesliga to a foreign league

    37.0 million € Edin Dzeko (VfL Wolfsburg to Manchester City, 2011)
    27.0 million € Diego (Werder Bremen to Juventus FC, 2009)
    25.0 million € Owen Hargreaves (Bayern München to Manchester United, 2007)
    20.5 million € Emerson (Bayer Leverkusen to AS Roma, 2000)
    20.0 million € Carlos Eduardo (1899 Hoffenheim to Rubin Kasan, 2010)

    Most expensive transfers from a foreign league to the Bundesliga

    40.0 million € Javier Martinez (Athletic Bilbao to Bayern München, 2012)
    25.6 million € Marcio Amoroso (AC Parma to Borussia Dortmund, 2001)
    25.0 million € Franck Ribéry (Olympique Marseille to Bayern München, 2007)
    24.0 million € Arjen Robben (Real Madrid to Bayern München, 200)
    18.8 million € Roy Makaay (Deportivo La Coruna to Bayern München, 2003)
     

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