Bundesliga bets with top odds
The lawn is mown, the players are ready, the Bundesliga awaits you! With bet-at-home and champion-like betting odds, you are perfectly prepared for the season. We are shortening the waiting time until kick-off with top Bundesliga odds!
Top odds for the Bundesliga
With an average of more than 3 goals per match, the German Bundesliga is one of the European leagues richest in goals. No matter if promoted team or league evergreen – top duels are guaranteed on every matchday of the Bundesliga. We provide the most current football odds for every Bundesliga match. You can find a preview of the most exciting matches before every match weekend in our bet-at-home blog. Betting tips for the next sports bets from our experts included. Don’t let your chance to win pass you by!
Who will become German champion 2021?
Who will win the title at the end of the Bundesliga season and becomes German champion? Record winners FC Bayern Munich are the big favourites once again. A tight race can be expected behind them: How will Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig and Bayer Leverkusen do? And how will FC Schalke 04 fare? With our long-term bets, you can already bet on your favourite now!
Who will be relegated from the Bundesliga? Who will fight in relegation?
Pure thrill in the relegation! Which club has to go back down to the 2. Liga? And who will fight for the last chance in the relegation? Bet now on the most emotional matches of the Bundesliga season already! Top odds are guaranteed!
Bet on the Bundesliga results
Tricky dribbles, duels and goals worth seeing – football fans get their money’s worth in the Bundesliga. But, what if some matches don’t keep their promises? Then, live bets at bet-at-home provide the extra portion of adrenalin! Aside from numerous bets on the Bundesliga, there are now also exclusive special bets. You can bet whether a team will collect more or fewer points than in the previous season! Excitement until the last Bundesliga matchday is guaranteed that way!
Who will become top goalscorer of the Bundesliga?
With a total of 34 goals, Robert Lewandowski celebrated the title of top goal scorer in the Bundesliga in the 2019/20 season. Will he find the back of the net also in the upcoming season? Or will another player take the title of best scorer of the league? Bet now and join the celebration!
Looking back at the Bundesliga season 2019/20
Bayern Munich celebrated their eighth title in a row in the 57th Bundesliga season. RB Leipzig, however, were crowned autumn champions. In the second half of the season, Alaba and Co. turned up the heat and finished the season with a 13-point lead over runners-up Borussia Dortmund. The “Red Bulls” and Borussia Mönchengladbach secured the remaining Champions League spots. Bayern forward Robert Lewandowski became top goalscorer again with 34 goals. Fortuna Düsseldorf and SC Paderborn 07 were relegated to the 2nd Bundesliga. Werder Bremen, on the other hand, won the relegation match against 1. FC Heidenheim and were able to stay in the top tier. The season was interrupted from 12 March to 16 May due to the coronavirus pandemic. All matches after the restart were held behind closed doors.
Looking back at the Bundesliga season 2018/19
The 56th season of the German Bundesliga once again ended with the title being defended successfully. For the seventh time in a row, FC Bayern Munich won the Bundesliga, despite vice champions Borussia Dortmund even having had a nine-point advantage on the team from Munich at one point. Once again, the top goalscorer was Robert Lewandowski with 22 goals. 1. FC Nürnberg and Hannover 96 were directly relegated to the 2. Liga and also VfB Stuttgart failed to stay in the top tier. The team from Swabia lost against the 1. FC Köln in the relegation.
Looking back at the Bundesliga season 2017/18
The season 2017/18 was the 55th season of the Bundesliga. FC Bayern Munich secured the championship title early on the 29th matchday with a 4:1 away victory against FC Augsburg. It was the sixth consecutive title and overall their 28th win of the championship. An average of 44,500 spectators came to the stadiums for the 306 matches and 855 goals were scored. Robert Lewandowski was the top goalscorer of the Bundesliga with 29 goals. For the first time in Bundesliga history, one of the founding teams – Hamburger SV – was relegated to the 2. Liga. Further, also 1. FC Köln did not stay in the top tier.
Looking back at the Bundesliga season 2016/17
Title holders FC Bayern Munich won the 54th season of the Bundesliga in 2016/17. The Bayern thus secured their 27th championship title. The coveted Bundesliga title and the prestigious spots in the table were fought about in 306 matches and two relegation matches. 877 goals were scored and Borussia Dortmund player Aubameyang won the title of Bundesliga top goalscorer with 31 goals. The relegated teams of the season were FC Ingolstadt 04 and the SV Darmstadt 98. Football fans got their money’s worth with that programme and numerous records.