Record wins, Top at Christmas and the Champions League - 2019/20 season highlights

RBL broke several records in 2019/20 | Biggest DFB-Pokal win | Biggest win in club's history in the Bundesliga | Top at the winter break | Reached the Champions League quarterfinals

2019/20 has been a season full of unforgettable moments!
We have finished our fourth season in Germany's top flight, and it was once again a successful one.

The Bulls enjoyed record wins in both the DFB-Pokal and the Bundesliga. We reached the knockout stages of the Champions League for the first time after winning our group. Thanks to two excellent performances against Tottenham Hotspur we are now in the quarterfinals. RBL also went into the winter break top of the Bundesliga for the first time, going on to finish third, ensuring we have qualified for the Champions League for the third time in only our fourth Bundesliga campaign.

We're going to look back at all the relevant and interesting statistics. Julian Nagelsmann took charge at the start of the season, and the team also underwent a number of changes. Several injuries saw key players miss out for long periods of 2019/20 too.


After reaching the final in Berlin last season, Leipzig were eliminated by Frankfurt in the last 16 this time around (3-1).

Despite the early exit in the cup, the second-round win at Wolfsburg was one of the highlights of the season. The Wolves stood no chance as we ran out 6-1 winners - the biggest cup win in club history.

Enjoy all six goals below!

Die Tor-Party im Pokalspiel gegen Wolfsburg!


2019/20 began with a 4-0 win on the road at Union Berlin. Marcel Sabitzer was the hero after having a hand in all four goals!
The second highlight of the season was in Gladbach. Timo Werner's first Bundesliga hat-trick gave us a 3-1 win.
Unser bislang höchster Sieg in der Vereinsgeschichte: 8:0 gegen Mainz 05!


The 8-0 home win over Mainz was definitely a match to remember this season.

The thumping victory by Julian Nagelsmann's men was the biggest win in the club's history!

Man of the Match Timo Werner scored a hat-trick and assisted two goals in the 8-0 trouncing of Mainz.
Another exciting game came just before the winter break. Leipzig came from behind twice to secure a 3-3 draw away to Dortmund - a result that went a long way to ensuring that the Bulls went into the winter break top of the table.
The Bulls sealed the so-called 'Herbstmeisterschaft' with a 3-1 home win against Augsburg on matchday 17.


After a tough start to 2020, the DFL announced in March that the Bundesliga would be postponed indefinitely.

After a break of over two months, football returned in mid-May.
It was certainly different without fans, but we were still pleased that things were back underway!
After a mediocre second half of the season, we ended up finishing in third place, which means we will be back in the Champions League in 2020/21.
Timo Werner said goodbye to the club with a brace in his final game! He also became the club's all-time top goalscorer in Augsburg on matchday 34 (95 goals).
Nach vier erfolgreichen gemeinsamen Jahren endet eine Ära. Wir sagen Danke!

UEFA Champions League:

Our first UCL highlight of the season came in the home win over Zenit St. Petersburg. Marcel Sabitzer's worldie was voted as the Champions League's Goal of the Week and Germany's Goal of the Month.
Our 2-2 home game against Benfica wasn't for the faint hearted. Emil Forsberg's second goal in added time booked our place in the Round of 16.
Wir sichern uns den Einzug ins Achtelfinale der Champions League
A 2-2 draw in Lyon on the final matchday of the group stage ensured we won Group G.
The draw for the next round was made soon after...Tottenham Hotspur! It would be the first time that we would face an English side.
Timo Werner's penalty gave us a 1-0 win in London.
A convincing 3-0 home win over Spurs booked our place in the quarterfinals!


Our Champions League journey has not yet come to an end. Atlético Madrid are up next in the quarterfinals (13/8, 21:00 CEST).

All the details on our Champions League adventure in Portugal.

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2019: Ein Jahr zum Jubeln!
Die Roten Bullen sagen DANKE, RBL-Fans!

Show your colours!

Mit diesem Trikot gehen die Roten Bullen in die neue Saison!

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