Some of the powerhouses of European football play in the German Bundesliga and supporters inside the country feel that theirs’ is the best league in the world. It’s certainly tough to match Germany’s top flight in terms of attendance with tens of thousands of fans flocking to stadiums right through the season.
The Bundesliga has been dominated at times by the great Bayern Munich who are always among the contenders in the Champions League. Bayern have won the UCL and the European Cup on no fewer than five separate occasions and they are the most successful team in their division.
There is, however, strength in depth in the Bundesliga and it’s one of the most popular areas of our football betting platform. Along with that vast set of markets, Unibet TV is on hand to live stream the best of the action from one of the most thrilling leagues in world football.
It’s not all about Bayern Munich but, since the Bundesliga was formed in 1963, they have won a record 29 league championships. The gap behind the chasing teams is a significant one with Borussia Dortmund and Borussia Moenchengladbach in joint second place with five wins each. Dortmund were the last team, other than Bayern, to win the Bundesliga title when they sealed that fifth triumph in 2011/12 but since then, it’s been something of a procession.
Betting on the outright winner of the league may seem like an obvious call for some but there are other season-long markets to consider. The top four sides at the end of each campaign will qualify for the Champions League while those in fifth to seventh have the consolation of a Europa League slot. Relegation markets are also active for those who want to speculate on teams at the wrong end of the table.
Whether the latest round of games includes a relegation scrap, a title decider or just a mid-table battle, Unibet TV provide extensive live coverage of the German Bundesliga from the very first kick off to the last final whistle.
Goals win Games
Some of Europe’s most dangerous strikers are employed in the Bundesliga and, once again, it’s not all about Bayern Munich. In January 2020, Borussia Dortmund moved to sign the prolific Norwegian centre forward Erling Haaland and he quickly repaid their faith by scoring 16 times in his first 18 games.
The man who did most to send the title Bayern’s way was their evergreen Polish attacker Robert Lewandowski. A former Borussia Dortmund player, Lewandowski has always been a threat in Bayern red but 2019/20 was an exceptional season as he notched 53 goals in 41 games.
The best young talent in German football is in evidence right across the division and that makes for a thrilling set of encounters in any round of matches. To make sure you don’t miss out, stay with Unibet TV where comprehensive live streaming is in place across the Bundesliga season.
Where to Watch
As long as you have an internet connection, you can log on to your Unibet account and enjoy some live streamed Bundesliga action. Unibet TV is available on desktop, laptop or mobile device and the choice of viewing is purely down to your personal preference.
If you are taking advantage of the live betting options at Unibet, we would suggest that a mobile is the best option. You can then watch the game unfold and have the flexibility to switch to your Unibet sportsbook app when you want to place a bet. As long as you have a funded account or have placed a cash bet within the previous 24 hours, Unibet TV is yours, however you want to watch it.
You aren’t required to place a bet on the game that you intend to watch but if you would like to stake on the match, there are hundreds of markets to select from. Match result betting is the first choice for many while the regular odds can be tweaked by looking at the handicap markets.
From there, a wide series of props including Correct Score, Total Goals, First and Last Goalscorer and Both Teams to Score are available. Choice is paramount, both with our betting platform and our live streaming service.