Football fans across the globe, particularly, lovers of German football can now have the opportunity to follow the beautiful game once more since the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted the leagues.
Matches in Germany are set to resume on Saturday, May 16 with Match Day 26 fixtures.
The league, which is resuming following a suspension since March 13 due to Coronavirus pandemic, will be played behind closed doors as fans will not be permitted to support teams from inside the stadium.
Only players, staff and officials are expected to be at the stadium on match days.
Multiple avenues including apps and online streaming have been made available for fans to ensure as much as possible they still get to enjoy the games.
Schalke, Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich, are among teams to feature on the return of the league tomorrow.
Bayern 55, Dortmund 51, RB Leibzig 50, Borussia Monchengladbach 49 is how the top 4 looks like on the Bundesliga while the relegation battle is between Fortuna Dusseldorf with 22 points, Werder Bremen 18 points and Paderbon 07, 16 points.
It is expected that the season will be ended on the weekend of 27-28 June with 9 games left to be played.
The matches on Saturday all kickoff at 2.30 pm (14.30GMT)
Below are the Match Day 26 fixtures