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German football reacts to FIFA scandal

ImageSenior members of the German Football League organization and the German FA have spoken up about the FIFA controversy on Wednesday. Even sports manufacturer Adidas has made a statement.


Roberto Di Matteo quits as Schalke coach, Schaaf leaves Frankfurt

Roberto Di Matteo has handed in his resignation at Bundesliga club Schalke, after the Royal Blues ended their season in sixth. Meanwhile, in Frankfurt, a Bundesliga icon has also asked for his contract to be canceled.


Bellarabi: 'We can be satisfied with fourth'

This season Bayer Leverkusen's Karim Bellarabi set the record for the fastest goal ever scored in the history of the Bundesliga. DW talked to the 25-year-old forward about his breakthrough year.


Darmstadt promoted to Bundesliga, Karlsruhe to face Hamburg in playoff

It was a dramatic final day in the German second division with three teams aiming for automatic promotion to the Bundesliga. Darmstadt needed a win to go up, and they got the job done with a 1-0 against St. Pauli.


Bundesliga: Paderborn and Freiburg relegated, Hamburg's fate unclear

The Bundesliga waves farewell to Paderborn and Freiburg after a long season, while Hamburg will need to overcome a playoff to avoid their first-ever relegation. Stuttgart and Hannover are safe.

Europa League

Ukraine's Dnipro united despite falling at the final hurdle

Sometimes sport presents moments that encapsulate the essence of an entire game. The 2014/15 Europa League final in Warsaw between Sevilla and Dnipro presented one of those moments after the final whistle.

Europa League

Sevilla wins second straight Europa League title over Dnipro

Sevilla has claimed the junior of this season's European club competitions by winning the Europa League final 3-2 over Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk. The match was a great advertisement for an oft-denigrated competition.


Federer rolls on at French Open while Halep crashes out

It was a good day for Switzerland at Roland Garros stadium, as both Roger Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka won their second round matches. But there was a big upset on the women's side.

National Team

Kroos, Neuer and Müller all missing from Löw's new squad

Germany's national team coach Joachim Löw has named a 20-man squad for games against the USA and Gibraltar. A host of World Cup winners are out of the team, due to fitness concerns.


2015 Giro d'Italia: Stage updates

Stay up to date with our daily summaries from one of cycling's biggest road races, the Giro d'Italia. Get involved at @dw_sports on Twitter or leave us a comment.

Formula One

Hamilton pit mistake gifts Rosberg Monaco win

Nico Rosberg has won his second straight race of the season and third Monaco Grand Prix in a row. The win came after a Mercedes miscalculation caused teammate Lewis Hamilton to pit late and forfeit a clear advantage.