Dates, pairings, catch-up game: An overview of the Bundesliga schedule after the Corona break

On Wednesday, politicians gave the green light for the resumption of Bundesliga operations in the second half of May. On Thursday, the DFL published the game plan for the remaining nine game days. Again SPORTSBUZZER previously reported The DFL moved away from its original plan to start the season again on May 15th. Instead of the duel between Fortuna Düsseldorf and SC Paderborn planned for Friday evening a series of games will only take place on Saturday (May 16) continue. The season continues with the 26th matchday, followed by chronological days 27 to 34. There is a real cracker at the restart of the Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund welcomes Schalke 04 to the district derby on Saturday. Leader FC Bayern has to run at Union Berlin on Sunday.

On Monday there is a duel between Werder Bremen and Bayer Leverkusen, because the Hanseates could only start group training later than the other clubs. The catch-up game between Werder Bremen and Eintracht Frankfurt will take place on June 2nd or 3rd. The season ends on June 27th. After that the Relegation encounterswho decide on ascent and descent. One thing is clear: all games are played as ghost games.

An overview of the remaining Bundesliga matchdays (exact timings from matchday 27 are still open):

Matchday 26 (May 16-18)

Düsseldorf – Paderborn

Dortmund – Schalke

Leipzig – Freiburg

Hoffenheim – Hertha

Augsburg – Wolfsburg (every Saturday, 3.30 p.m.)

Frankfurt – Gladbach (Saturday, 6.30 p.m.)

Cologne – Mainz (Sunday, 3.30 p.m.)

Union – Bavaria (Sunday, 6 p.m.)

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Bremen – Leverkusen (Monday, 8.30 p.m.)

Matchday 27 (May 22-24)

Bavaria – Frankfurt

Gladbach – Leverkusen

Mainz – Leipzig

Freiburg – Bremen

Schalke – Augsburg

Cologne – Dusseldorf

Paderborn – Hoffenheim

Hertha Union

Wolfsburg – Dortmund

Matchday 28 (May 26/27)

Bremen – Gladbach

Leipzig – Hertha

Leverkusen – Wolfsburg

Hoffenheim – Cologne

Augsburg – Paderborn

Union – Mainz

Dortmund – Bavaria

Frankfurt – Freiburg

Dusseldorf – Schalke

Matchday 29 (May 29th to June 1st)

Bavaria– Dusseldorf

Gladbach – Union

Wolfsburg – Frankfurt

Hertha – Augsburg

Mainz – Hoffenheim

Freiburg – Leverkusen

Schalke – Bremen

Cologne – Leipzig

Paderborn – Dortmund

Matchday 30 (June 5-8)

Dortmund – Hertha

Leipzig – Paderborn

Leverkusen – Bavaria

Frankfurt – Mainz

Bremen – Wolfsburg

Düsseldorf – Hoffenheim

Freiburg – Gladbach

Augsburg – Cologne

Union – Schalke

Matchday 31 (June 12th to 14th)

Bavaria – Gladbach

Wolfsburg – Freiburg

Hoffenheim – Leipzig

Düsseldorf – Dortmund

Hertha – Frankfurt

Mainz – Augsburg

Schalke – Leverkusen

Cologne – Union

Paderborn – Bremen

Matchday 32 (June 16/17)

Dortmund – Mainz

Leipzig – Dusseldorf

Leverkusen – Cologne

Gladbach – Wolfsburg

Frankfurt – Schalke

Bremen – Bavaria

Freiburg – Hertha

Augsburg – Hoffenheim

Union – Paderborn

Matchday 33 (June 20)

Bavaria – Freiburg

Leipzig – Dortmund

Hoffenheim – Union

Düsseldorf – Augsburg

Hertha – Leverkusen

Mainz – Bremen

Schalke – Wolfsburg

Cologne – Frankfurt

Paderborn – Gladbach (every 3.30 p.m.)

Matchday 34 (June 27)

Dortmund – Hoffenheim

Leverkusen – Mainz

Gladbach – Hertha

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Wolfsburg – Bavaria

Frankfurt – Paderborn

Bremen – Cologne

Freiburg – Schalke

Augsburg – Leipzig

Union – Düsseldorf (every 3.30 p.m.)

It is still unclear what will happen in the European Cup. With Bayern Munich, RB Leipzig (both Champions League), Bayer Leverkusen, VfL Wolfsburg and Eintracht Frankfurt (all Europa League), five German clubs are represented.

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