bundesliga.com gathers together the best from the Twittersphere over the last seven days...
Collector's item: How about this for a piece of football gold? It's amazing to think that young Julian Draxler would go on to make his Bundesliga debut for FC Schalke 04 13 years later.
Papal honour: FC Bayern München have lined up a very special post-match date for next week.
Borussia England: Over in Blighty, fans are flocking in their droves to get a slice of the inimitable Bundesliga pie, not that we're surprised in the slightest.
Twitter bug: Borussia Dortmund's Henrikh Mkhitaryan found time to sign up to Twitter during his spell on the sidelines.
Welcome to my official twitter page! pic.twitter.com/3fgRgd4twJ— Henrikh Mkhitaryan (@HenrikhMkh) October 15, 2014
Career change: At 19, Borussia Mönchengladbach midfielder Marvin Schulz is still to take his Bundesliga bow, but he's already thinking about what life after football might bring.
Tough tackler: Bayern's Dante was delighted to see his name on bundesliga.com's first eleven for tackles won...
… the Brazilian also joined Philipp Lahm and Franck Ribery for a spot of cooking in the Bayern kitchen, with the latter looking particularly adept around the hob.
Moves that matter: Students of Schalke's famed Knappenschmiede academy showed how their skills on the pitch extend to the dance floor.
Animal lovers: Borussia Dortmund duo Oliver Kirch and Marco Reus enjoyed a day out at the local zoo.
Kids day-Dortmunder Zoo ✌️ pic.twitter.com/rxtOWrgn44— Marco Reus (@woodyinho) October 3, 2014
Eye-catching display: And finally, Germany fans thanked their World Cup-winning heroes for their efforts in Brazil over the summer with this fetching pre-match show ahead of die Nationalmannschaft's UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying draw with the Republic of Ireland.