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All-time Bundesliga table

The All-time Fußball-Bundesliga table (German: Ewige Tabelle der Bundesliga) is a ranking of all German football clubs based on their performance in the Bundesliga, the top division of German football. In this ranking 3 points are awarded for a win, 1 for a draw, and 0 for a loss, although the Bundesliga awarded 2 points for a win until the 1994–95 season.[1]

In the 1983–84 season the FC Bayern Munich took the lead from 1. FC Köln, which had led the standings since the inception of the Bundesliga in 1963. The ranking includes the 53 teams which have played in the Bundesliga since its inception (in the 2014–15 season, SC Paderborn 07 joined the Bundesliga to become the league's 53rd team). Hamburger SV is the only club to have participated in all seasons.

Highlighted clubs play in the Bundesliga in the 2014–15 season.

This list is current as of 7 December 2014:[2][3]

Rank Club Years Games W D L GF GA GD Pts Ø-Pts C 1st BR Winning percentage Current league Latest season First season
1 Bayern Munich 50 1684 976 384 324 3637 1887 1750 3312 1.97 23 636 1 57,93 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 1965–66
2 Werder Bremen 51 1710 730 426 554 2896 2457 439 2617 1.53 4 130 1 42,72 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 1963–64
3 Hamburger SV 52 1744 712 467 565 2819 2470 349 2603 1.49 3 102 1 40,79 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 1963–64
4 VfB Stuttgart 50 1676 703 409 564 2827 2418 409 2518 1.50 3 55 1 41,97 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 1963–64
5 Borussia Dortmund 48 1608 695 416 497 2801 2300 501 2501 1.55 5 131 1 43,19 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 1963–64
6 Borussia Mönchengladbach 47 1582 630 425 527 2700 2312 384 2315 1.46 5 131 1 39,78 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 1965–66
7 FC Schalke 04 47 1574 623 392 559 2341 2260 81 2261 1.44 0 58 2 39,54 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 1963–64
8 1. FC Köln 44 1472 597 364 511 2473 210 283 2155 1.46 2 82 1 40,58 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 1963–64
9 1. FC Kaiserslautern 44 1492 575 372 545 2348 2344 4 2094 1.40 2 90 1 39,14 2. Bundesliga 2011–12 1963–64
10 Eintracht Frankfurt 46 1560 567 389 584 2443 2396 47 2090 1.36 0 55 3 36,74 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 1963–64
11 Bayer 04 Leverkusen 36 1208 510 340 358 2018 1613 405 1870 1.55 0 70 2 42,25 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 1979–80
12 Hertha BSC 32 1060 387 266 407 1524 1631 −107 1427 1.35 0 15 2 36,54 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 1963–64
13 VfL Bochum 34 1160 356 306 419 1602 1887 −275 1374 1.18 0 3 5 30,69 2. Bundesliga 2009–10 1971–72
14 1. FC Nürnberg 32 1084 341 276 467 1402 1726 −324 1299 1.20 1 36 1 31,46 2. Bundesliga 2013–14 1963–64
15 MSV Duisburg 28 948 296 259 393 1291 1520 −229 1147 1.21 0 3 2 31,22 3. Liga 2007–08 1963–64
16 Hannover 96 27 894 283 222 389 1253 1512 −259 1071 1.20 0 4 4 31,69 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 1964–65
17 Karlsruher SC 24 812 241 230 341 1093 1408 −315 953 1.17 0 4 6 29,68 2. Bundesliga 2008–09 1963–64
18 Fortuna Düsseldorf 23 786 245 215 326 1160 1386 −226 950 1.21 0 5 3 31,17 2. Bundesliga 2012–13 1966–67
19 Eintracht Braunschweig 21 706 242 177 287 937 1086 −149 903 1.28 1 34 1 34,28 2. Bundesliga 2013–14 1963–64
20 TSV 1860 München 20 672 238 170 264 1022 1059 −37 884 1.32 1 17 1 35,42 2. Bundesliga 2003–04 1963–64
21 VfL Wolfsburg 18 592 228 146 218 906 877 27 830 1.40 1 20 1 38,41 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 1997–98
22 SC Freiburg 16 524 161 131 232 661 838 −177 614 1.17 0 1 3 30,78 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 1993–94
23 Arminia Bielefeld 17 544 153 139 252 645 883 −238 598 1.10 0 3 8 28,13 3. Liga 2008–09 1970–71
24 KFC Uerdingen 05 14 476 138 129 209 644 844 −200 543 1.14 0 6 3 28,99 Regionalliga West (IV) 1995–96 1975–76
25 FC Hansa Rostock 12 412 124 107 181 492 621 −129 479 1.16 0 5 6 30,10 3. Liga 2007–08 1991–92
26 1. FSV Mainz 05 9 286 97 79 110 376 409 −33 370 1.30 0 6 5 34,04 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 2004–05
27 SV Waldhof Mannheim 7 238 71 72 95 299 378 −79 285 1.20 0 0 6 29,83 Regionalliga Südwest (IV) 1989–90 1983–84
28 Kickers Offenbach 7 238 77 51 110 368 486 −118 282 1.18 0 5 7 32,35 Regionalliga Südwest (IV) 1983–84 1968–69
29 1899 Hoffenheim 7 218 71 63 84 333 347 −14 277 1.28 0 12 10 32,71 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 2008–09
30 Rot-Weiss Essen 7 238 61 79 98 346 483 −137 262 1.10 0 2 8 25,63 Regionalliga West (IV) 1976–77 1966–67
31 FC St. Pauli 8 272 58 80 134 296 483 −187 254 0.93 0 1 10 21,32 2. Bundesliga 2010–11 1977–78
32 Energie Cottbus 6 204 56 43 105 211 338 −127 211 1.03 0 0 13 27,45 2. Bundesliga 2008–09 2000–01
33 Alemannia Aachen 4 136 43 28 65 186 270 −84 157 1.15 0 0 2 31,62 Regionalliga West (IV) 2006–07 1967–68
34 Wattenscheid 09 4 140 34 48 58 186 248 −62 150 1.07 0 0 11 24,29 Regionalliga West (IV) 1993–94 1989–90
35 FC Augsburg 4 116 39 30 47 136 161 −25 147 1.25 0 0 14 33,04 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 2011–12
36 1. FC Saarbrücken 5 166 32 48 86 202 336 −134 144 0.87 0 0 14 19,28 Regionalliga Südwest (IV) 1977-78 1963–64
37 Dynamo Dresden 4 140 33 45 62 132 211 −79 140 1.00 0 0 13 23,57 3. Liga 1994–95 1991–92
38 Rot-Weiß Oberhausen 4 136 36 31 69 182 281 −99 139 1.02 0 2 14 26,47 Regionalliga West (IV) 1972–73 1969–70
39 Wuppertaler SV 3 102 25 27 50 136 200 −64 102 1.00 0 0 4 24,51 Oberliga Niederrhein (V) 1974–75 1972–73
40 Borussia Neunkirchen 3 98 25 18 55 109 223 −114 93 0.95 0 0 10 25,51 Oberliga Rheinland-Pfalz/Saar (V) 1967–68 1964–65
41 FC 08 Homburg 3 102 21 27 54 103 200 −97 90 0.88 0 0 16 20,59 Regionalliga Südwest (IV) 1989–90 1986–87
42 SpVgg Unterhaching 2 68 20 19 29 75 101 −26 79 1.16 0 0 10 29,41 3. Liga 2000–01 1999–2000
43 Stuttgarter Kickers 2 72 20 17 35 94 132 −38 77 1.07 0 0 17 27,78 3. Liga 1991–92 1988–89
44 SV Darmstadt 98 2 68 12 18 38 86 157 −71 54 0.79 0 0 17 17,65 2. Bundesliga 1981–82 1978–79
45 Tennis Borussia Berlin 2 68 11 16 41 85 174 −89 49 0.72 0 0 17 16,18 Berlin-Liga (VI) 1976–77 1974–75
46 SSV Ulm 1846 1 34 9 8 17 36 62 −26 35 1.03 0 0 16 26,47 Regionalliga Südwest (IV) 1999–2000 1999–2000
47 SC Fortuna Köln 1 34 8 9 17 46 79 −33 33 0.97 0 0 17 23,53 3. Liga 1973–74 1973–74
48 Preußen Münster 1 30 7 9 14 34 52 −18 30 1.00 0 0 15 23,33 3. Liga 1963–64 1963–64
49 SpVgg Greuther Fürth 1 34 4 9 21 26 60 −34 21 0.62 0 0 18 11,76 2. Bundesliga 2012–13 2012–13
50 Blau-Weiß 90 Berlin 1 34 3 12 19 36 76 −40 21 0.62 0 0 18 8,82 Landesliga Berlin (VII) Staffel 2
(as SV Blau Weiss Berlin)
1986–87 1986–87
51 VfB Leipzig 1 34 3 11 20 32 69 −37 20 0.59 0 0 18 8,82 NOFV-Oberliga Süd (V)
(as 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig)
1993–94 1993–94
52 SC Paderborn 07 1 14 4 5 5 19 23 -4 17 1.23 0 1 -- 30,77 1. Bundesliga 2014–15 2014–15
53 Tasmania 1900 Berlin 1 34 2 4 28 15 108 −93 10 0.29 0 0 18 5,88 Berlin-Liga (VI)
(as SV Tasmania Gropiusstadt 73)
1965–66 1965–66

^a Years includes current season
^b Number of championships
^c Number of days at the top of the table.[4]
^d Best result at the end of a season.
^e In the 2003–2004 season, 1. FC Kaiserslautern received a three-point penalty.
^f In the 1999–2000 season. Eintracht Frankfurt received a two-point penalty.
^g In the 1971–1972 season, Arminia Bielefeld's record was expunged as a penalty.
^h In the 1993–1994 season, Dynamo Dresden received a four-point penalty.

References

  1. ^ "Ewige Tabelle" (in German). Deutscher Fußball Bund. 2008. Archived from the original on 31 May 2008. Retrieved 2008-07-04. 
  2. ^ Die Ewige Tabelle (German) Fussballdaten.de, accessed: 21 August 2011
  3. ^ Bundesliga .:. Ewige Tabelle (German) Weltfussball.de, accessed: 21 August 2011
  4. ^ "Alle Tabellenführer". Kicker Sonderheft Bundesliga (in German) (Kicker). 2008/09: 147. 2008. 

External links

  • Ewige Tabelle Official Bundesliga website – All-time table (German)
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