RB Leipzig FC

RB Leipzig FC Information
League German Bundesliga
Location Leipzig, Germany
Founded 2009
Official Website

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Tyler Adams' electrifying moments with NY Red Bulls - Via MLS

Relive the best moments of Tyler Adams' MLS career, as one of the brightest USMNT stars has completed a move to Bundesliga club RB Leipzig.

Is Leipzig the right move for Tyler Adams?

Steve Nicol and Craig Burley agree on the importance of early playing time for Tyler Adams in Germany after the American's move to RB Leipzig.

Leipzig stun Glabdach 2-0 with Werner double

RB LeipzigBorussia Monchengladbach20FTGame DetailsLive football odds with bet365. Bet Now »GameCastLineups and StatsTimo Werner scored twice as RB Leipzig beat in-form Borussia Moenchengladbach 2-0 on Sunday and climbed to third spot in the Bundesliga, a point behind their opponents.Striker Werner struck in the third minute and then again deep in first-half stoppage time to take his league tally to eight goals as the hosts outclassed Gladbach, who were on a three-game winning run.Gladbach mislaid their attacking game and, apart from Lars Stindl's deflected shot that hit the bar in the 75th minute, they rarely...

New York Red Bulls' Tyler Adams joining Bundesliga side RB Leipzig

Steve Nicol and Craig Burley agree on the importance of early playing time for Tyler Adams in Germany after the American's move to RB Leipzig. Tyler Adams is leaving the New York Red Bulls to join sister club RB Leipzig in the German Bundesliga, the Major League Soccer team announced Sunday.Adams, 19, will officially become a member of RB Leipzig, which is owned by the same global network as the New York team, once the winter transfer window opens in January. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.He will be reunited with his former manager, Jesse Marsch, who left New York to join Leipzig as an assistant coach in July.MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER WATCH ON ESPN+ESPN+: Atlanta caps dream season with MLS CupESPN FC TV has all the latest MLS playoff action and debate. Watch anytime, anywhere by subscribing to ESPN+Why are LA Galaxy, MLS's most decorated club, such a mess?No one has more MLS Cups than LA Galaxy, but for the second straight year, they've missed the playoffs. What's plaguing MLS' original glamour club?Rooney's leadership gives D.C. hope for 2019Despite not arriving until July, Wayne Rooney is a finalist for MLS' MVP award. That impact could make D.C. United a contender next season.- ESPN FC TV: MLS debate on ESPN+- Upcoming fixtures- All the latest MLS newsThe U.S. international...

Yussuf Poulsen double sends RB Leipzig into third place in Bundesliga

RB LeipzigBayer Leverkusen30FTGame DetailsLive football odds with bet365. Bet Now »GameCastLineups and StatsRB Leipzig's Yussuf Poulsen scored once in either half to help his team beat toothless Bayer Leverkusen 3-0 on Sunday and move into third place in the Bundesliga ahead of champions Bayern Munich.The Denmark striker chipped in after 26 minutes and added a second in the 85th, pouncing on a Bayer Leverkusen mistake.Team mate Lukas Klostermann scored Leipzig's second goal in the 68th minute as they earned their second straight win and stretched their unbeaten run to 10 league games.Leverkusen keeper...

RB Leipzig's wheel of misfortune: Players could mow pitch or train in tutu as punishment

Ralf Rangnick uses a spinning wheel to determine punishments for players.As they continue to aspire to Bundesliga domination, RB Leipzing have concocted a novel way of keeping their squad in line.Rather than fines, the German club have instead installed a "wheel of misfortune" to help determine any punishment that a player might incur.The spinning wheel is the brainchild of Leipzig coach Ralf Ragnick, who installed it to cut down on transgressions such as players being late, or using their phones during training, or reporting back to training a few kilos overweight."Fines...