GOAL! The Bundesliga Magazine is the DFL's weekly TV programme, offering an international audience a unique perspective on Germany's top flight on a regular basis throughout the season. In-depth previews of the upcoming league action, exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes reports, the best goals from the weekend and much more besides.
A closer look at FC Bayern Munich's previous 21 Bundesliga title successes, a behind the scenes peek at Hamburger SV No 1 Rene Adler and the second of a special three-part look at SC Freiburg, this time focusing on their style of play.
FC Bayern Munich's potential title-clincher against Hamburger SV previewed in full, followed by an in-depth look at BVB and Germany starlet Ilkay Gündogan and a three-minute feature on Hamburg's Rafael van der Vaart.
Borussia Dortmund against SC Freiburg, the first of a three-part special on Christian Streich's overachieving South-Westerners, Stuttgart's Ibrahima Traore and a couple of Frankfurt legends revisited.
Special reports from both protagonists' camps in the run-up to the Ruhr district derby between Schalke and Dortmund, Frankfurt keeper Kevin Trapp in interview and more Matchday 25 previews.
Dortmund against Hannover 96 previewed in full, followed by an in-depth look at BVB and Germany superstar Mats Hummels. Japan fans can also look forward to a feature on Stuttgart right-back Gotoku Sakai.
A look ahead to Bayern Munich's home clash against their old rivals Bremen, as well as In Focus reports on David Alaba and Marco Reus in a star-studded edition of GOAL! The Bundesliga magazine.
More previews of the best of the upcoming action, a look at the experienced men from Brazil now helping the Hoffenheim cause and the second of a four-part series on the Borussia Dortmund phenomenon.
Jürgen Klopp has overseen a process little short of revolutionary since taking over as Borussia Dormund coach in 2008. This week, the first of four reports on just how BVB have got back to the top under Klopp.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen play host to Borussia Dortmund in the big game of the weekend - a head-to-head of the two clubs currently battling it out for the right to be FC Bayern's no. 1 challengers down the season home straight.
The announcement by FC Bayern Munich that Pep Guardiola will be the man to succeed Jupp Heynckes as head coach next season made headlines around the football world.
Before joining the league for a brief winter recess, this week's edition looks back on the teams, and players, who have been making the biggest headlines so far in this, the Bundesliga's 50th season.