Bundesliga Winners List – Past all time winners 1963-2019

Bundesliga Winners List - Past all time winners 1963-2019

Bundesliga Winners List – Past all time winners 1963-2019

Bundesliga Winners List – Past all time winners 1963-2019? Which football clubs in Germany have won the German Bundesliga before? Have you ever wanted to find out which clubs have won the Bundesliga before? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list of the Bundesliga Winners List – Past all time winners 1963-2019.

List of Bundesliga Past Winners (1963-2019)

Bundesliga Winners List - Past all time winners 1963-2019

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The Bundesliga winners are the annual winners of the highest association football competition in Germany. The history of the German football championship is complex and reflects the turbulent history of the country through the course of the 20th century

The Bundesliga is one of the top leagues in Europe with big teams such as Bayern Munich and Borrussia Dortmund. It is contested by 18 team and operates on a relegation and promotion system. In recent years Bayern Munich has been the best team in the league winning the last six trophies consecutively, the last time any other team won the league was during the 2011/12 season when Borrussia Dortmund won the league.

It is the top tier league in Germany.

Team With Most Trophies

Bundesliga Winners List - Past all time winners 1963-2019

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Bayern Munich hold the record for the most championships with 29, all but one of these (1932) coming in Bundesliga competition.

Who are the Bundesliga champions in 2019? Bayern Munich are winners of the 2018/19 Bundesliga. Previously we have published past winners on the following cups and leagues.

Bundesliga Winners List – Past all time winners 1963- 2019

Here is the full list of the Bundesliga past Winners since 1963.

SeasonChampionsRunners-upThird Place
1963–641. FC KölnMeidericher SVEintracht Frankfurt
1964–65Werder Bremen1. FC KölnBorussia Dortmund
1965–66TSV 1860 MunichBorussia DortmundBayern Munich
1966–67Eintracht BraunschweigTSV 1860 MunichBorussia Dortmund
1967–681. FC NürnbergWerder BremenBorussia Mönchengladbach
1968–69Bayern Munich †Alemannia AachenBorussia Mönchengladbach
1969–70Borussia MönchengladbachBayern MunichHertha BSC
1970–71Borussia MönchengladbachBayern MunichHertha BSC
1971–72Bayern MunichSchalke 04Borussia Mönchengladbach
1972–73Bayern Munich1. FC KölnFortuna Düsseldorf
1973–74Bayern MunichBorussia MönchengladbachFortuna Düsseldorf
1974–75Borussia MönchengladbachHertha BSCHamburger SV
1975–76Borussia MönchengladbachHamburger SVBayern Munich
1976–77Borussia MönchengladbachSchalke 04Eintracht Braunschweig
1977–781. FC Köln †Borussia MönchengladbachHertha BSC
1978–79Hamburger SVVfB Stuttgart1. FC Kaiserslautern
1979–80Bayern MunichHamburger SVVfB Stuttgart
1980–81Bayern MunichHamburger SVVfB Stuttgart
1981–82Hamburger SV1. FC KölnBayern Munich
1982–83Hamburger SVWerder BremenVfB Stuttgart
1983–84VfB StuttgartHamburger SVBorussia Mönchengladbach
1984–85Bayern MunichWerder Bremen1. FC Köln
1985–86Bayern Munich †Werder BremenBayer Uerdingen
1986–87Bayern MunichHamburger SVBorussia Mönchengladbach
1987–88Werder BremenBayern Munich1. FC Köln
1988–89Bayern Munich1. FC KölnWerder Bremen
1989–90Bayern Munich1. FC KölnEintracht Frankfurt
1990–911. FC KaiserslauternBayern MunichWerder Bremen
1991–92VfB StuttgartBorussia DortmundEintracht Frankfurt
1992–93Werder BremenBayern MunichEintracht Frankfurt
1993–94Bayern Munich1. FC KaiserslauternBayer Leverkusen
1994–95Borussia DortmundWerder BremenFreiburg
1995–96Borussia DortmundBayern MunichSchalke 04
1996–97Bayern MunichBayer LeverkusenBorussia Dortmund
1997–981. FC KaiserslauternBayern MunichBayer Leverkusen
1998–99Bayern MunichBayer LeverkusenHertha BSC
1999–2000Bayern Munich †Bayer LeverkusenHamburger SV
2000–01Bayern MunichSchalke 04Borussia Dortmund
2001–02Borussia DortmundBayer LeverkusenBayern Munich
2002–03Bayern Munich †VfB StuttgartBorussia Dortmund
2003–04Werder Bremen †Bayern MunichBayer Leverkusen
2004–05Bayern Munich †Schalke 04Werder Bremen
2005–06Bayern Munich †Werder BremenHamburger SV
2006–07VfB StuttgartSchalke 04Werder Bremen
2007–08Bayern Munich †Werder BremenSchalke 04
2008–09VfL WolfsburgBayern MunichVfB Stuttgart
2009–10Bayern Munich †Schalke 04Werder Bremen
2010–11Borussia DortmundBayer LeverkusenBayern Munich
2011–12Borussia Dortmund †Bayern MunichSchalke 04
2012–13Bayern Munich *Borussia DortmundBayer Leverkusen
2013–14Bayern Munich †Borussia DortmundSchalke 04
2014–15Bayern MunichVfL WolfsburgBorussia Mönchengladbach
2015–16Bayern Munich †Borussia DortmundBayer Leverkusen
2016–17Bayern MunichRB LeipzigBorussia Dortmund
2017–18Bayern MunichSchalke 041899 Hoffenheim
2018–19Bayern Munich †Borussia DortmundRB Leipzig

† Double

* Treble

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