Can’t-Miss Bundesliga 2022 Fixtures

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By Jonathan Dicks

Here is every week’s must-see contest from the first-half of the season to mark down on the calendar.

Christopher Nkunku and Manuel Akanji.
Christopher Nkunku and Manuel Akanji. Photo: Steffen Prößdorf, CC BY-SA 4.0

August:
Matchday 1: Dortmund vs. Leverkusen, “Goals galore”


Matchday 2: Bayern Munich vs. Wolfsburg, “Niko Kovac revenge game”

Matchday 3: Union Berlin vs. RB Leipzig, “A brutal early test for Union”

Matchday 4: SC Freiburg vs. Bochum, “Are Bochum still decent?”

September:
Matchday 5: Union Berlin vs. Bayern Munich, “An Urs Fischer masterclass?”

Matchday 6: RB Leipzig vs. Dortmund, “Don’t like defense? This game’s for you”


Matchday 7: Dortmund vs. Schalke, “The Revierderby is back”

October:
Matchday 8: Bayern Munich vs. Leverkusen, “When Schick takes over the league”

Matchday 9: Dortmund vs. Bayern Munich, “Der Klassiker 1.0”

Matchday 10: Wolfsburg vs. Gladbach, “Which recent underperformer has a chance at Europe?”

Matchday 11: Hertha Berlin vs. Schalke, “A possible early relegation scrap”

Matchday 12: RB Leipzig vs. Leverkusen, “Who wants 3rd place?”

November:
Matchday 13: Dortmund vs. Bochum, “Thomas Reis isn’t finished toying with Dortmund”

Matchday 14: Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Hoffenheim, “Not exactly the most enticing matchweek so here ya go”

Matchday 15: SC Freiburg vs. Union Berlin, “The squad least injured from the Europa League wins”

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