The German Bundesliga was suspended on March 13 amid the coronavirus pandemic and will now return fully this weekend, MySportDab reports.
The Bundesliga is back and restarts on May 16.
The German football league has nine weeks of football left to finish the current 2019-20 season.
MySportDab can confirm that matches will still be played behind closed doors with no fans allowed in stadiums across the country.
Bayern Munich remain top of the Bundesliga with four points, while Borussia Dortmund are 2nd on 51 points and RB Leipzig 3rd on 50 points.
With the English Premier League still yet to return, football fans can now focus on the German Bundesliga for some excitement.
MySportDab has covered everything the Bundesliga has to offer this weekend below.
Bundesliga Matchday Fixtures
Saturday, May 16 Games
Borussia Dortmund v Schalke – 2pm/3pm (Nigeria)
Leipzig v Freiburg – 2pm/3pm
Hoffenheim v Hertha – 2pm/3pm
Augsburg v Wolfsburg – 2.30pm/3:30pm
Dusseldorf v Paderborn – 2.30pm/3:30
Frankfurt v Gladbach – 4.45pm/5:45
Sunday, May 17 Games
FC Koln Vs Mainz – 2.15pm/3:15
Union Berlin Vs Bayern Munich – 4.45pm/5:45
Monday, May 17 Games
Bremen v Leverkusen – 7.15pm/8:15
How to watch the German Bundesliga Live?
UK broadcaster BT Sport has confirmed it will be show all Bundesliga games on their channels.
Across Africa, Startimes will also cover all Bundesliga matches live as always.