2019-20 Bundesliga Report Cards

The 2019-20 Bundesliga season will go down as one of the most unique in history after the unprecedented impact the Covid-19 pandemic had on German football. The Bundesliga led the way after the lockdown with Bayern Munich ultimately crowned champions for an eighth successive season. Here at the Bundesliga Fanatic, we looked back at each team’s season and compiled a report card.

Published over recent weeks, now all 18 clubs can be found in one place. A season overview, highlights, lowlights, tale of the tape, team analysis, player of the year and a final grade is available for all clubs.

 

Bayern

Munich

Borussia

Dortmund

RB

Leipzig

Borussia

Mönchengladbach

Bayern enjoyed a magnificent Rückrunde to storm to the title leaving Borussia Dortmund to finish second for the second year in a row. The first season under Julian Nagelsmann saw RB Leipzig claim third with Marco Rose steering Borussia Mönchengladbach into the Champions League in his debut season.

 

 

Bayer

Leverkusen

TSG

Hoffenheim

VfL

Wolfsburg

SC

Freiburg

Bayer Leverkusen had the disappointment of missing out on the top four and losing in the DFB Pokal final. Hoffenheim sacked their coach just before the season concluded, but still claimed a Europa League berth and will be joined by Wolfsburg. It was another top season from Christian Streich’s Freiburg, who continue to surprise.

 

 

 

Eintracht

Frankfurt

Hertha

Berlin

Union

Berlin

Schalke

04

 

It was a strange season for Eintracht as they waivered between relegation and Europe. Hertha had a soap opera type season with four coaches employed, but they just about finished above city rivals Union, who survived their debut Bundesliga season. Schalke endured a torrid Rückrunde and face an uncertain future financially.

Mainz

05

1.FC

Köln

FC

Augsburg

Werder

Bremen

Mainz, Köln and Augsburg all achieved safety, while for Werder it took the relegation play-off to avoid humiliation. Unfortunately for Fortuna and Paderborn it will the 2.Bundesliga next season.

 

 

Fortuna 

Düsseldorf

SC

Paderborn

 

About Mathew Burt 221 Articles
Former writer at Goal.com and JustFootball, I've been doing my thing for Bundesliga Fanatic since 2015. A long-suffering Werder Bremen fan and disciple of the Germanic holy trinity...Bier. Wurst und Fußball

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