This Saturday: Bundesliga Live Stream in Chicago
April 25, 2019
With only a few weeks left in the Bundesliga season, second-place BVB Dortmund has a legitimate shot at the league title while its biggest rival, Schalke 04, is struggling to avoid relegation and keep its place in the top tier of German soccer. Saturday, April 27 will be the 151st meeting between these two teams on the field in what is known as the “Revierderby,” one of German soccer’s oldest and bitterest rivalries. The game will also feature Dortmund and USMNT player Christian Pulisic going head-to-head against fellow American Weston McKennie. This will be Pulisic’s final appearance in the Revierderby before he moves to FC Chelsea. McKennie, back from a long absence due to injury, is determined to help his Schalke side gain valuable points to avoid relegation.
Don’t miss the chance to join Wunderbar Together and fan clubs of both teams at a Bundesliga live stream of the game as a part of Germany Week in Chicago! The game will begin at 8:30am on Saturday, April 27. The event is free and open to the public—no matter who you’re rooting for!
Before the game, brush up on the exciting history of the Revierderby with this video!
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