On the 34th match day, SC Freiburg can still climb not only in the current but also in the all-time table. VfB Stuttgart missed the chance.
The Champions League is tempting – and the top 20 in the all-time table: Vincenzo Grifo cheers in Hoffenheim with a cameraman.
Last week, Eintracht Braunschweig made the return to the 2nd Bundesliga perfect. But the all-time Bundesliga table will soon go down for the 1967 champions – maybe this Saturday.
SC Freiburg could still reach a milestone in its 22nd Bundesliga season: if it scores at least one point in the fight for the Champions League ranks at Bayer Leverkusen on matchday 34, it will overtake Braunschweig in the all-time ranking 21st place. Both clubs are still tied.
Further position changes are no longer possible on Saturday, not even for VfB Stuttgart. The Swabians are still four points short of overtaking fourth-placed Hamburger SV in the all-time Bundesliga table.
They can only do that in the new season at the earliest – if at all: they may even swap leagues with HSV, which would allow the former Bundesliga dinosaur to increase its lead, which has recently shrunk considerably. Borussia Mönchengladbach is only 13 points behind VfB.