16 points from the first seven league matches - a new club record!

Conclusion after seven league games | The current season marks the Red Bulls' most successful start into a new Bundesliga campaign to date | A short look back with interesting facts and insights

Seven matchdays. Seven pictures. Seven facts.

With five wins, 16 points and a goal difference of +11 after the first seven games of the new season, the Red Bulls are currently recording our most successful start to a Bundesliga season to date.

In the following overview, we compare our current league start with those of the past years.

With five games won from the first seven, we’ve outperformed our own record of four from seven from previous campaigns!
And that has helped us reach a new record total of 16 points after just seven matches!

Did you know that since we were promoted to the Bundesliga, we have been victorious every time on matchday three of the season!

  • 3rd Oct. 2020: RB Leipzig vs FC Schalke 04 4-0
  • 30th Aug. 2019: Borussia Mönchengladbach vs RB Leipzig 1-3
  • 15th Sep. 2018: RB Leipzig vs Hannover 96 3:2
  • 08th Aug. 2017: Hamburger SV vs RB Leipzig 0:2
  • 17th Sep. 2016: Hamburger SV vs RB Leipzig 0:4
The current season has seen Julian Nagelsmann's team concede only four goals after seven matches in the Bundesliga - a new record for Die Roten Bullen!
Additionally, we’ve already kept three clean sheets, a feat we last achieved in the promotion season of 2016/17.
With 15 goals scored and just four conceded, the Red Bulls have achieved our best goal difference to date after seven Bundesliga matchdays.

Comparing our goal difference season by season after seven matches:


  • 2020/21: +11 (15:4)
  • 2019/20: +8 (15:7)
  • 2018/19: +7 (16:9)
  • 2017/18: +6 (14:8)
  • 2016/17: +7 (12:5)
RB Leipzig have reached the top of the table at least once within the first seven matchdays for the second season running!
We celebrated our highest league victory within the first seven matchdays in the 2017/18 season with a 6-0 victory over 1. FC Nürnberg (7th October, 2018).
Das ist RB Leipzig - das sind Wir!

We are Leipzig!

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