A football recovery called Euro 2012

The typical end of season feeling: another year of club football is gone. And along with it loads of blood, sweat and tears. On the contrary, World Cups and European … Continue Reading →


23 Tons of 96

Hannover 96 may be the most boring club from the most boring town in the world… but then again they have something “not to mess with”:


Germany UEFA Euro 2012 Squad

Eastern bloc party Well, Uber Football do not support any national teams. Nevertheless here are the final votes of the Jogian jury: Goalkeepers:Manuel Neuer (Bayern München), Tim Wiese (Werder Bremen), … Continue Reading →


Free, funny, Franco Foda

Close, but no banana! 1. FC Kaiserslautern admittedly had to perceive their bitter descent to 2nd division, but they also seem starting to do their homework. Yesterday, Franco Foda officially … Continue Reading →


The Rest of Leipzig

Leipzig’s not only the setting for a soda producer’s plan of world conquest, it’s also home of the country’s most noteworthy football statue. Or eleven noteworthy statues, to be precise. … Continue Reading →


1. Bundesliga All-Star Team 2011-12 Season

Someone Still Loves You Lewis Holtby Quick and painless, 100% subjective: Klaas-Jan  Huntelaar (S04) Raúl (S04) Franck Ribery (FCB) – Marco Reus (BMG) – Shinji Kagawa (BVB) Sebastian Kehl (BVB) … Continue Reading →


Relegation does not necessarily mean Relegation

Hertha’s last lifeline One of the local specialities of German football: the relegation play-offs. It’s simply called “Relegation” in this part of the world, which might sound strange to foreign … Continue Reading →


Die Toten Hosen playing at Jens Jeremies’ home

Cheeky Jens Jeremies – so sieht er heute aus Celebrating their 30-year anniversary, German punk rocker “Die Toten Hosen” (DTH) did what they call a Magical-Mystery-Tour across the country. Fans … Continue Reading →


Mailand oder Madrid? Tim to say good buy

It’s not pink, it’s salmon-coloured Once asked for which side he will play next season, Andreas “Andy” Möller responded with his very own unintentional sense of humor: Mailand oder Madrid, … Continue Reading →