Football clubs in Braunschweig, Germany

There are 1 football club in Braunschweig and near we know about by now.

Football clubs in Braunschweig and near

2. Bundesliga

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Last 10 games in Braunschweig

League#Date (GMT+0)Team 1ScoreTeam 2
2. Bundesliga3320 May 11:00, SatEintracht Braunschweig1 - 2SSV Jahn Regensburg
2. Bundesliga317 May 11:30, SunEintracht Braunschweig2 - 1SV Sandhausen
2. Bundesliga2922 Apr 18:30, SatEintracht Braunschweig1 - 2Magdeburg
2. Bundesliga278 Apr 11:00, SatEintracht Braunschweig1 - 0Kaiserslautern
2. Bundesliga2519 Mar 12:30, SunEintracht Braunschweig1 - 0Hannover 96
2. Bundesliga235 Mar 12:30, SunEintracht Braunschweig3 - 3Arminia Bielefeld
2. Bundesliga2117 Feb 17:30, FriEintracht Braunschweig2 - 3Holstein Kiel
2. Bundesliga194 Feb 12:00, SatEintracht Braunschweig2 - 0Heidenheim 1846
2. Bundesliga1712 Nov 22 19:30, SatEintracht Braunschweig0 - 1Hansa Rostock
2. Bundesliga156 Nov 22 12:30, SunEintracht Braunschweig0 - 1Greuther Furth

About Braunschweig

Braunschweig, also known as Brunswick, is a city located in Lower Saxony, Germany. It has a population of approximately 250,000 people and is the second-largest city in the state after Hanover. The city is known for its rich history, which dates back to the 9th century.

Eintracht Braunschweig is the professional football club based in the city, founded in 1895. The club plays its home matches at the Eintracht-Stadion, which has a capacity of over 23,000 spectators. Eintracht Braunschweig has a strong tradition in German football and has won the German championship on one occasion, in 1967. The club currently competes in the 3. Liga, the third tier of German football.

Apart from football, Braunschweig is also known for its historic landmarks, such as the Brunswick Cathedral and the Dankwarderode Castle. The city is also home to several research institutions and technology companies, making it an important center for science and technology in Germany.

Data sources

2. Bundesliga: Official Website of the 2. Bundesliga, Wikipedia