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How Soon Until The Return Of The Bundesliga?

With almost every league around the world postponed, fans either sit twiddling their thumbs or playing FIFA awaiting football’s return. The Bundesliga especially, with one of the hottest title races in Europe, is dearly missed. The question on everyone’s mind: When will the Bundesliga resume?

Borussia Monchengladbach’s eerie 2-1 victory over FC Koln on March 11 was not only the first-ever Bundesliga match played behind closed doors, but the last league match before the suspension of play. On March 13, the Bundesliga and 2.Bundesliga suspended Match Day 26.

With the coronavirus situation in Germany and Europe showing no improvement, the DFL was forced to further postpone the league and announced that Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2. agreed to suspend the league until April 30.

The answer to the question of “when will the Bundesliga resume?” is still in the air, but with the league suspended until April 30, the Bundesliga could resume on May 2 for Match Day 32 at the earliest.

As it stands, six points separate league-leader Bayern Munich and fourth-place Gladbach. Borussia Dortmund and Leipzig sit in second and third, respectively.

The Bundesliga and 2.Bundesliga have had run-ins with the virus and taken steps to help those affected. Many players have agreed to take pay cuts to help pay club employees. Robert Lewandowski has donated over $1 million to help the fight against COVID-19.

As of Thursday, April 2, Germany has reported over 81,000 cases of COVID-19, making the country the fifth-highest in the world.

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