Summary

  • Bayern seal a record fourth straight Bundesliga title with victory in Ingolstadt.
  • Chicharito and Leverkusen lose 2-1 to Champions League-chasing Gladbach.
  • Darmstadt, Hoffenheim, Hamburg and Augsburg safe.

Hello and welcome to bundesliga.com's live coverage of Matchday 33. Stay tuned for all the latest news and reaction as Bayern wrap up an historic fourth straight title with victory at FC Ingolstadt 04.

MATCHDAY 33 REPORTS

FC Ingolstadt 1-2 FC Bayern München

Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0 Borussia Dortmund

Borussia Mönchengladbach 2-1 Bayer 04 Leverkusen

Hertha Berlin 1-2 SV Darmstadt 98

VfB Stuttgart 1-3 1. FSV Mainz 05

FC Schalke 04 1-1 FC Augsburg

1. FC Köln 0-0 SV Werder Bremen

Hamburger SV 0-1 VfL Wolfsburg

Hannover 96 1-0 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim

20:00 - That's a wrap!

That's all for today. Don't forget to check out our exclusive champions' page for all the latest on Bayern's title win, as well as their highlights from another outstanding campaign. See you all soon.

19:52 - Bayern celebrate on social media

We've posted a lot of them on here already but for a beefier social media round-up of Bayern's title celebrations, head here!

19:41 - An historic day

19:29 - 2015/16 Team of the Season

Don't forget to vote in our Team of the Season poll on Twitter! The right-backs are up today - you can vote for Philipp Lahm, Lukasz Piszczek, Paul Verhaegh and Mitchell Weiser NOW at @bundesliga_EN!

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19:16 - #VierSanVier

19:00 - THE BUNDESLIGA CONGRATULATES FC BAYERN

League President Dr. Reinhard Rauball and DFL CEO Christian Seifert have offered their congratulations to Pep Guardiola's troops.

"The club has had an outstanding season once again, which should be recognized unequivocally," says Rauball. "The team, the coach and the officials have produced excellent work and undoubtedly deserve the title."

Seifert: "To become the first Bundesliga club to achieve four consecutive titles is an outstanding achievement."

Head here for more reaction to the Bavarians' historic title win as and when it comes in.

DFL CEO Christian Seifert © DFL DEUTSCHE FUSSBALL LIGA / Matthias Hangst

18:52 - Nagelsmann pulls off great escape

Congratulations, too, to Julian Nagelsmann's Hoffenheim, who have survived despite losing 1-0 to already relegated Hannover.

18:40 - INFOGRAPHIC

The stats of Bayern's title-winning year, all in one place! Click here.

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18:31 - Many more to come?

Douglas Costa certainly thinks so...

18:22 - Lilies survive

Darmstadt's 2-1 win at Champions League-chasing Hertha has secured their top-flight status for another season. Massive congratulations to Dirk Schuster and his players.

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18:12 - Bayern's 2015/16 highlights

18:03 - History is made

17:51 - CHAMPIONS SPECIAL

Check out our dedicated site to 2015/16 Bundesliga champions, FC Bayern München, by clicking on the link above!

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17:35 - MÜLLER: 'OUR CONSISTENCY HAS BEEN OUSTANDING'

"This has never happened before in the history of the Bundesliga. There are some incredible teams in this league. What we’ve achieved is exceptional. It’s a bit of a weight off our shoulders, but we’re just incredibly happy to have done it. The consistency we’ve shown in the last few years is outstanding. We’ve got an incredible team and our fans have been unbelievable, including in the Champions League on Tuesday [against Atletico Madrid]."

MATCHDAY 33 RESULTS!

FC INGOLSTADT 04 1-2 FC BAYERN MÜNCHEN

EINTRACHT FRANKFURT 1-0 BORUSSIA DORTMUND

BORUSSIA MÖNCHENGLADBACH 2-1 BAYER 04 LEVERKUSEN

HERTHA BERLIN 1-2 SV DARMSTADT 98

FC SCHALKE 04 1-1 FC AUGSBURG

HAMBURGER SV 0-1 VFL WOLFSBURG

1. FC KÖLN 0-0 SV WERDER BREMEN

VFB STUTTGART 1-3 1. FSV MAINZ 05

HANNOVER 96 1-0 TSG 1899 HOFFENHEIM

FULL TIME IN INGOLSTADT! BAYERN ARE CHAMPIONS!

Bayern will be presented with the Meisterschale in their final game of the season against Hannover 96 next weekend. © gettyimages / Alexander Hassenstein/Bongarts

GOAL! 89' FC SCHALKE 04 1-1 FC AUGSBURG (BAIER)

It looked like Huntelaar's goal would be enough for Schalke, but Daniel Baier has restored parity with second-half stoppage time looming.

RED CARD! 87' SANDRO WAGNER (DARMSTADT)

Look away now, Jogi. Wagner picks up his second yellow of the game for a late tackle on Mitchell Weiser. The visitors are down to ten.

GOAL! 83' HERTHA BERLIN 1-2 SV DARMSTADT 98 (WAGNER)

The Old Lady appears to be running out of puff. That man Sandro Wagner gives Darmstadt the lead with seven minutes remaining. It's the former Hertha striker's 14th league strike of the campaign. Are you watching, Joachim Löw?

GOAL! 81' FC SCHALKE 04 1-0 FC AUGSBURG (HUNTELAAR)

A goal in Gelsenkirchen! Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has made it 1-0 to the hosts. Could be an important goal for the Royal Blues' European ambitions...

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GOAL! 78' BORUSSIA MÖNCHENGLADBACH 2-1 BAYER 04 LEVERKUSEN (HAHN)

The Foals are galloping towards the Champions League! Lovely finish from Hahn, who powers past Bernd Leno from inside the box. Die Werkself are heading for their first defeat in eight league matches.

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GOAL! 77' VFB STUTTGART 1-3 1. FSV MAINZ 05 (ONISIWO)

John Cordoba lays the ball across goal for Karim Onisiwo, who taps into an empty net for his first Bundesliga goal. Will Stuttgart, champions in 2007, be playing in the second tier next season?

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LATEST: 76' CALM BEFORE THE STORM?

Daniel Thacker, bundesliga.com reporter at the BORUSSIA-PARK: Proceedings have calmed now after an all-action start to the second period. Tin Jedvaj - a half-time substitute for Christoph Kramer - has looked assured at right-back, while Lars Bender has been excellent at breaking up the Gladbach attacks since moving into his usual position in holding midfield.

GOAL! 73’ HAMBURGER SV 0-1 VFL WOLFSBURG (GUSTAVO)

A Wolfsburg corner from the left is headed across goal by Naldo, and fellow Brazilian Luiz Gustavo is on hand to prod the ball into the roof of the net from a yard out.

LATEST: 70' FCB ALMOST OVER THE LINE

Twenty minutes remaining around the grounds. As things stand, Ingolstadt need to find an equaliser from somewhere and BVB need to score twice to stop Bayern from becoming champions.

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LATEST: 63' GOALLESS IN COLOGNE AND HAMBURG

There's not an awful lot riding on the outcome of the latter, but a positive result for Bremen at Köln could have a huge impact on the relegation battle. The visitors have had the ball in the net, but Santiago Garcia's effort was chalked off for a foul in the build-up.

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LATEST: 59' IS A GOAL ON THE WAY IN GLADBACH?

Daniel Thacker, bundesliga.com reporter at the BORUSSIA-PARK: Gladbach have started the second half excellently. The hosts have pushed Leverkusen onto the back foot, with Raffael and Lars Stindl seeing far more of the ball than they did in the first half. Bernd Leno has already been forced to pull off two stunning stops, and the home crowd seem to sense a goal…

GOAL! 54' VFB STUTTGART 1-2 1. FSV MAINZ 05 (CORDOBA)

Just as there was at the start of the first half, there's been an early goal at the beginning of the second at the Mercedes-Benz Arena. Jhon Cordoba's the man who's got it, rising unmarked at the far post to head the visitors into the lead! Not the start to the half Jürgen Kramny's side would have wanted...

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SECOND HALF UNDERWAY!

Huge 45 minutes in store... Don't go anywhere!

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HALF TIME!

Time to take a breather.

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GOAL! 43' BORUSSIA MÖNCHENGLADBACH 1-1 BAYER 04 LEVERKUSEN (HAHN)

Daniel Thacker, bundesliga.com reporter at the BORUSSIA-PARK: Andre Hahn pokes home from close range and the home fans are on their feet! The hosts have been poor after going behind to Charles Aranguiz’s fine opener (the Chilean’s first Bundesliga goal), but Hahn’s strike has the Foals in pole position to reach next season’s UEFA Champions League

PENALTY AND GOAL! 42' FC INGOLSTADT 04 1-2 FC BAYERN MÜNCHEN (HARTMANN)

Moritz Hartmann doesn't miss from twelve yards, does he? The forward scores his 11th goal of the campaign and Ingolstadt are back in it. Is there life in the title race yet?

LATEST: 40' VISITORS IN NOW IN CONTROL AT GLADBACH

Daniel Thacker, bundesliga.com reporter at the BORUSSIA-PARK: Leverkusen have been impressive since taking the lead, allowing Gladbach little to nothing in terms of chances. Roger Schmidt stands impassively on the touchline with his hands in his pockets, but he must be delighted with his side’s professional display thus far.

GOAL! 37' VFB STUTTGART 1-1 1. FSV MAINZ 05 (MALLI)

Mainz are level! Great work by Karim Onisiwo on the left. The young Austrian crosses for Yunus Malli - is he offside? It's a close call, but the linesman's flag stays down and it's all square in Baden-Württemberg.

GOAL! 32' FC INGOLSTADT 04 0-2 FC BAYERN MÜNCHEN (LEWANDOWSKI)

Or should that be Ingolstadt 0-2 Robert Lewandowski? The Polish international is played through and manages to find the far bottom corner from a tight angle. Surely that's the league title wrapped up? Surely?!

GOAL! 28’ HANNOVER 96 1-0 TSG 1899 HOFFENHEIM (KIYOTAKE)

Something to cheer about for Hannover fans, even if there's an element of fortune about the goal. Hiroshi Kiyotake's shot evades Oliver Baumann, but the ball is somehow bundled over the line by Hoffenheim defender Niklas Süle. It'll go down as Kiyotake's goal, however.

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GOAL! 24' HERTHA BERLIN 1-1 SV DARMSTADT 98 (GONDORF)

Everything seemed to be going Hertha's way after that Leverkusen goal, but the Lilies have levelled at the Olympiastadion! Great play by Marcel Heller on the right, who fights his way to the byline before crossing for Jerome Gondorf, who turns the ball into the far corner.

GOAL! 20' BORUSSIA MÖNCHENGLADBACH 0-1 BAYER 04 LEVERKUSEN (ARANGUIZ)

Daniel Thacker, bundesliga.com reporter at the BORUSSIA-PARK: What a wonderful team goal that is from Leverkusen. The visitors had been coming into their own after weathering Gladbach’s fast start, and when Chicharito picked up the ball on the edge of the box and dinked it into the area, Charles Aranguiz only had to finish. He did so with aplomb, and Roger Schmidt’s side are on course for an eighth straight Bundesliga win.

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GOAL! 16' EINTRACHT FRANKFURT 1-0 BORUSSIA DORTMUND (AIGNER)

Shock on the cards at the Commerzbank Arena? Stefan Aigner has given Niko Kovac's side the lead against second-place BVB, who have to win to keep their faint title hopes alive. Another huge, huge goal in the relegation battle!

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GOAL! 14' FC INGOLSTADT 04 0-1 FC BAYERN MÜNCHEN (LEWANDOWSKI)

Robert Lewandowski makes no mistake from the spot, sending keeper Ramazan Özcan the wrong way for his 28th league goal of the season. Who's up for a Bierdusche?

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GOAL! 13' HERTHA BERLIN 1-0 SV DARMSTADT 98 (DARIDA)

Vladimir Darida volleys home to give the Old Lady the lead. The pressure is firmly on Gladbach now... Hertha fourth as things stand.

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PENALTY TO BAYERN! 13'

Franck Ribery is clear through on the Ingolstadt goal but is brought down inside the area. The champions-in-waiting have a spot-kick...

LATEST: 10' GLADBACH DOMINANT

Daniel Thacker, bundesliga.com reporter at the BORUSSIA-PARK: Gladbach coach Andre Schubert is a ball of energy on the touchline early on. He is living every one of his side’s attacks - and there have been plenty so far. The hosts have started confidently, with Oscar Wendt hitting the post in the second minute.

GOAL! 6’ VFB STUTTGART 1-0 1. FSV MAINZ 05 (GENTNER)

What an important goal that could be in the battle to avoid the drop! Filip Kostic lets fly from distance, and the Serbian winger’s shot is turned in by VfB skipper Christian Gentner. The hosts have an early lead at the Mercedes-Benz Arena!

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15:30 - KICK-OFF!

All nine matches are underway. Will Bayern be confirmed as champions at Ingolstadt? Who will occupy the final automatic relegation place this evening? All will be revealed in the next couple of hours…

15:27 - The weather's playing along

Daniel Thacker, bundesliga.com reporter at the BORUSSIA-PARK: The standing section here away to my left is bathed in sunshine, making for a stunning sight as the home fans wave their flags proudly. The volume has turned up a notch as kick-off approaches, with the Gladbach players greeted by a wall of noise as they emerge from the tunnel.

15:09 - Brandt and Kampl missing for Bayer

Daniel Thacker, bundesliga.com reporter at the BORUSSIA-PARK: Leverkusen only have four substitutes today - the word on the ground here is that gastroenteritis has laid low Kevin Kampl and Julian Brandt, two key performers in recent weeks. That said, with Stefan Kießling, Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez and Hakan Calhanoglu, today’s visitors still boast plenty of firepower.

15:01 - Emotions building at the BORUSSIA-PARK

Daniel Thacker, bundesliga.com's roving reporter, has sent this in from Mönchengladbach: "There’s already a cracking noise here in a baking Mönchengladbach as the home fans prepare for a season-defining afternoon. It’s bound to be emotional before kick-off as Martin Stranzl, Roel Brouwers and Havard Nordtveit - among others - are set to bid farewell after years of fine service."

14:43 - Confirmed line-ups

14:08 - Form books favour Schalke

Huge game for top-four hopefuls Schalke at home to relegation-threatened Augsburg this afternoon. The Royal Blues lost 2-1 in Augsburg on Matchday 16, but have won their last four at the VELTINS Arena against the Bavarian club.

13:56 - Ominous pattern

Crop circles, artistic license on the part of the Ingolstadt groundsmen or a title omen? You decide.

13:47 - Star-spangled superstar

Christian Pulisic could feature for Dortmund against Frankfurt today. The USMNT international has been making waves in the Bundesliga in 2016.

13:30 - Christensen set on fourth

If Andreas Christensen has his way, it'll be Gladbach joining Bayern, Dortmund and Leverkusen in the Champions League next season.

13:15 - Four teams, one place

Will it be Gladbach, Hertha, Schalke or Mainz taking their place in the Champions League play-off round?

12:35 - Fourth meets third

Bayer Leverkusen may have already locked down a third-placed finish, but that does not mean they will be going easy on Borussia Mönchengladbach today. Get the lowdown on the clash between the Rhineland rivals right here.

11:58 - Kovac goes atomic

Head coach Niko Kovac of relegation-threatened Eintracht Frankfurt has called on his players to use "every atom of energy out on the pitch" at home to Borussia Dortmund as the Eagles attempt to pull clear of the relegation zone. "We can only match them if we play as a unit," the former Croatia boss continued.

11:32 - The latest from the Bayern camp...

11:00 - The permutations

Bayern could wrap up the title on Saturday, while the battle to avoid relegation from the Bundesliga is reaching what promises to be a thrilling climax. To get yourself into gear, find out everything that could happen today by checking out our Matchday 33 permutations piece.