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Bayern Munich blow spirited Wolfsburg off the pitch
Germany ride their luck to narrowly beat Chile
Germany have beaten Chile 1-0 in Stuttgart, in a game that the home side can count themselves fortunate to win. The South Americans, who might have easily had a draw, or more, just couldn't put the ball away.
Frankfurt cede big lead, lose rollercoaster against Porto on away goals
Eintracht Frankfurt have lost on away goals in a 5-5 aggregate draw with FC Porto. Thursday's return leg in Germany ended 3-3, with Porto scoring the decisive goal late on to make the round of 16.
Borussia Dortmund hammer Zenit St. Petersburg 4-2 in Champions League
Borussia Dortmund have hammered Zenit St. Petersburg 4-2 in their opening leg of the Champions League Round of 16. The Russians struggled to deal with BVB's dynamic attack, spearheaded by Robert Lewandowski.
Real deal Madrid smash six past Schalke, break German curse
Real Madrid have torn Schalke to pieces in their own back yard, with all three of their attackers scoring twice. The 6-1 first leg was surely doubly sweet given Real's woeful record on German soil.
Kaiserslautern shock Leverkusen in German Cup, Wolfsburg and Bayern also progress
Kaiserslautern have sent Bayer Leverkusen spiraling out of the DFB Pokal, denying them with a sensational extra-time goal. Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich have also progressed.
US investor KKR takes stake in Bundesliga club Hertha Berlin
German Bundesliga soccer club Hertha Berlin has found an investor to help it get on top of its current financial problems. Managers confirmed US private equity company KKR was taking a stake in the club.
Bundesliga posts record turnover due to Champions League
The German Football League has said the Bundesliga's 18 first-division clubs have secured record profits and revenues during the past season. The all-German Champions League final was a major driver.
Barcelona pay 13.5 million euros in Neymar tax fraud case
FC Barcelona have paid 13.5 million ($18.6 million) to Spanish tax authorities after being charged with fraud in the signing of Brazilian forward Neymar last year. However, the club insist they committed no tax offenses.
Germany aim to top qualifying group for Euro 2016
Germany has been handed a favorable draw for the qualifying stages for the qualifying stages of Euro 2016. Among the teams alongside them in Group D are Scotland and Ireland, as well as UEFA’s newest member, Gibraltar.
FIFA awards Cristiano Ronaldo prestigious Ballon d'Or prize
FIFA has named Cristiano Ronaldo as the world's best football player of the year. Germany took home three prizes, with Jupp Heynckes and Silvia Neid winning best coaches and Nadine Angerer, best female player.
Former Spain coach Luis Aragones dies at 75
The former coach of the Spanish national football team, Luis Aragones, has died in hospital at age 75. He was at the helm of Spain's winning team at the 2008 European Championship.
2014 Winter Paralympics underway in Sochi
The 2014 Winter Paralympics have begun in Sochi, Russia. Just one Ukraine athlete participated in the opening ceremony, amid simmering tensions over Crimea.
Everything 'fine' after shooting, Pistorius told guard
Oscar Pistorius told a security guard that "everything is fine" after shooting Reeva Steenkamp, the court trying the South African athlete with murder has heard. Pistorius' trial has now entered its fifth day.
The Olympic illusion
The most costly and warmest Olympic Winter Games have ended, with Russia, much to the delight of Vladimir Putin, topping the medal table. DW's Joscha Weber says there was also plenty to criticze in and around Sochi.
FIFA: Stripping Qatar of 2022 World Cup 'counterproductive'
FIFA has appeared before the European Parliament to address human rights violations in Qatar. Ex-German Football Association boss Theo Zwanziger insisted that repeating the vote was "counterproductive."
Kick off! now available on YouTube
Attention all Kick off! fans and lovers of the beautiful game! The Bundesliga returns from its winter break on Friday January 24 and we're marking the occasion with the launch of our own YouTube channel.
Germany's anti-doping agency launches new finance campaign
Germany's National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) is on the lookout for more secure financing. They have launched a new campaign for 2014 under the motto "Give everything. Take nothing."
Bernie Ecclestone to go on trial in Germany on corruption allegations
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone is to be put on trial by a German court on corruption allegations. Ecclestone, who denies the charges, has stepped down from the F1 board but will continue to run the organization.
Schalke's Kevin-Prince Boateng attacked on street in Kaarst, police investigating
Schalke midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has complained to local police after being attacked in the street and slightly injured. Investigators are looking for witnesses who might have seen the incident in Kaarst.