bundesliga.com takes a look at the five games set to be
Tears are guaranteed when Jürgen Klopp steps out for one last time at Signal Iduna Park as Borussia Dortmund head coach. BVB will take their place in next season's UEFA Europa League with a win, but visitors SV Werder Bremen can also make it into Europe with three points of their own.
It really is win or bust for Hamburger SV at the Imtech Arena. Only victory at home to a FC Schalke 04 side chasing automatic qualification for the Europa League will keep them in with a shout of maintaining their unique status as Bundesliga ever presents. Anything else and HSV will be down.
Three points are also a must for both teams at the Benteler-Arena. The best SC Paderborn 07 can hope for is a place in the relegation play-offs, but VfB Stuttgart know they'll be safe with a win. Worryingly for the hosts, Huub Stevens' men have been playing some great football of late, winning their last two.
FC Bayern, on the other hand, are without a league win since being crowned champions on Matchday 30. The Bavarians will be presented with the Meisterschale come full time at the Allianz Arena, where the beer will taste all the more sweeter with a final-day victory over 1. FSV Mainz 05.
Borussia Mönchengladbach can still finish runners-up if they win and VfL Wolfsburg lose away to mid-table 1. FC Köln. The Foals are unbeaten in 13, but face an FC Augsburg outfit searching for the point that would seal their place in the Europa League for the first time in the club's history.