2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
2-3-3, 13th in German Bundesliga
Gladbach and Stuttgart trade stunning goals in 1-1 draw (1:39)
7d
Marc-Oliver Kempf gets early header for Stuttgart (0:42)
21d
VfB Stuttgart vs. Bayer Leverkusen - Game Highlights (2:00)
34d
Andrich sent off after VAR review (0:59)
34d
10-man Stuttgart equalizes late to split the points (0:42)
41d
VfB Stuttgart vs. SC Freiburg - Game Highlights (2:07)
56d
Matarazzo: I like to think I'm the best of both cultures (1:02)
65d
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84dSam Marsden

Memphis on target again in Barca's friendly win

Memphis Depay made it two goals in two games for Barcelona as the La Liga side beat VfB Stuttgart 3-0 at the Mercedes-Benz Arena on Saturday.

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131dReuters

Stuttgart striker banned over false identity

Stuttgart striker Silas Katompa Mvumpa has been banned for three months and fined after revealing he had been playing under a false identity.

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137dReuters

Stuttgart top scorer reveals real name, age

VfB Stuttgart striker Silas Wamangituka has revealed to his club that his name and birth date are different after being changed by a former agent.

Arminia escape relegation after Stuttgart win (2:01)
154d
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157dReuters

Germany's World Cup winner Khedira retires

Germany's World Cup-winning midfielder Sami Khedira said he will retire following his club Hertha Berlin's final match of the season.

Stindl's clever volley finishes sweet Gladbach move (1:01)
161d
Stuttgart's Sasa Kalajdzic pulls the strings in win vs. Augsburg (0:45)
169d
RB Leipzig cuts Bayern's lead to 7 with win vs. Stuttgart (2:03)
181d
Xaver Schlager's opening goal sparks Wolfsburg's 3-1 win (0:37)
185d
Union Berlin keeps UEL dream alive with win vs. Stuttgart (2:02)
189d
Dortmund comes from behind twice to beat Stuttgart (1:59)
196d
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196dReuters

Teen Knauff bags first goal to give Dortmund win

Borussia Dortmund teenager Ansgar Knauff fired in an 80th-minute winner for his first professional goal to give his team a 3-2 win at Stuttgart.

RankingsGerman Bundesliga

Goal Difference-1Tied-9th
Goals Scored13Tied-6th
Assists10Tied-7th
Goals Conceded14Tied-12th