According to this article on the the Bundesliga's website:
Germans are traditionally sticklers for accuracy and they're no different when it comes to football. As a general rule of thumb, if you see a '1.' in front of your team's name that's because they want you to know they were the first such club to be founded in their city. Similarly, any other ...
There have been 7 El Clásicos played between Real Madrid and Barcelona during the 2010/11 season in 4 different tournaments:
2010/11 La Liga:
29.Nov.2010 BAR 5 - 0 RMA
16.Apr.2011 RMA 1 - 1 BAR
2010/11 Copa del Rey Final
20.Apr.2011 RMA 1 - 0 BAR
2010/11 UEFA Champions League Semi-Final:
27.Apr.2011 RMA 0 - 2 BAR
03.May.2011 BAR 1 - 1 RMA
In the 2011-12 season of La Liga, Real Madrid set a record high goal difference of 89 goals on their way to the title. Barcelona finished runners-up and had an impressive goal difference of 85.
I have not found the statistics for the record goal difference across seasons, but if 89 is the record, 85 seems like it would be one of the highest goal difference ...
It's actually pretty simple to tell and hard to do (and expensive).
Supported games have a bunch of cameras in the stadium to record the game from several angles. Computers can form a 3D image from the data provided and calculate the distance the players moved between each frame. And if you have that you can calculate the speed for each individual, even the ...
German Bundesliga: Moritz Stoppelkamp for SC Paderborn against Hannover 96 in 2014/15 season from 83 meters. Video, source: bundesliga.com - German.
Italian Serie A: Enzo Ferrari for Palermo against Roma in 1968/69 season from 77 meters. Source: forzapalermo.it - Italian, gazetta.it - Italian.
Spanish La Liga: Antonio José González Santos for Numancia ...
Now that league is my specialty. :)
The DFB (and DFL for the Bundesliga (1 & 2)) don't publish the exact match dates for the whole season right away. They only publish the week of each game day and call it Rahmenspielplan with the exact schedules set to be announced.
If you want to have official sources when it comes down to this league dfb.de is what ...
I found two really nice links:
The WhoScore gives you a lot of information. You just need to click
the league you want to observe.
Roto Wire is like WhoScore but with more advanced stats (you need to subscribe on this one).
You can access to the official league website and there you have a lot of statistics, for example, Bundesliga.
The third tier of football in Germany is called 3. Liga (not Bundesliga 3), that's why you probably couldn't find their portal which is located on DFB's website, which shows that the matchday 26 game TSV 1860 München - Hansa Rostock will be played on 1st and 4th of March, 2019.
1860 München's website tells that this game will be played on 2nd of March, 2019....
In the Bundesliga the highest goal difference without the title goes to Bayern Munich as well. They scored a goal difference of +55 goals in the Bundesliga season 2011/12 beating the old record of +51 goals held by themselves and Hamburger SV.
In 2017/18 season, Lionel Messi hit the woodwork 18 times, which according to Opta, is the most in La Liga season since 2003/2004.
In 2011/12 season, Robin van Persie hit the woodwork 10 times, which according to premierleague.com, is the most in a Premier League season since 2006/2007.
In 2017/18 season, Pierre-...