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🇩🇪 The OneFootball Bundesliga Team of the Season ...

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Lewis Ambrose

The end of the Bundesliga season is here and we’ve plumped for a 4-2-2-2 formation for our team of the season.

Who made the cut?


GK: Manuel Riemann (VfL Bochum)

At the age of 33, Riemann has played his first ever top flight season and shone for VfL Bochum, keeping seven clean sheets in 32 appearances and saving two penalties, and starring in performances that saw Bochum beat Bayern Munich and draw with Borussia Dortmund.

Runner-up: Gregor Kobel (Borussia Dortmund)


RB: Jeremie Frimpong (Bayer Leverkusen)

A first full Bundesliga campaign has seen Frimpong deliver, looking defensively solid while proving he can be one of the best offensive wingbacks in the league. A superb dribbler, the 21-year-old’s passing is impressive too with his six assists (in just 26 games) the most of any Bundesliga right-back.

Runner-up: Christopher Trimmel (Union Berlin)

CB: Stefan Bell (Mainz 05)

The unsung member of the Mainz defence, who have impressed all season under Bo Svensson. Bell reads the game well and defends intelligently on the ground as well as in the air. While he may not obviously excel in any area, he is just a very reliable defender in a league that doesn’t boast that many of thm.

Runner-up: Moussa Niakhaté (Mainz 05)

CB: Nico Schlotterbeck (SC Freiburg)

Schlotterbeck has been a rock at the back for Freiburg this season. Great and the ball and on the air, he has arguably been the Bundesliga’s most complete and consistent centre-back. A move to Dortmund is fully deserved.

Runner-up: Joško Gvardiol (RB Leipzig)

LB: David Raum (TSG Hoffenheim)

This was a close one but David Raum’s first season in the top flight deserves a lot of praise. The flying wing-back has three goals and 11 assists after proving he can be a huge weapon from wingback for Hoffenheim.

Runner-up: Christian Günter (SC Freiburg)


CM: Ellyes Skhiri (1. FC Köln)

Köln have been great to watch this season, throwing men forward and going all-out in attack. Skhiri is the one who has to protect the centre-backs as everyone else bombs on and he has done one of the toughest jobs in the league superbly.

Runner-up: Anton Stach (Mainz 05)

CM: Jude Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund)

It hasn’t been Dortmund’s finest season but it has been the coming of age of Jude Bellingham. His talent was there to see last year already but he has taken a step to another level in 2021/22 and is a true all-rounder in the centre of the park.

Runner-up: Robert Andrich (Bayer Leverkusen)

AM: Thomas Müller (Bayern Munich)

Another season that sees Thomas Müller end with the most assists in the league and without it being particularly close. He still isn’t slowing down.

Runner-up: Moussa Diaby (Bayer Leverkusen)

AM: Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig)

The player of the season, Nkunku has had an astounding campaign, scoring 20 and assisting 13 for RB Leipzig, who have turned him into a striker. There is nothing he can’t do.

Runner-up: Florian Wirtz (Bayer Leverkusen)


ST: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich)

Robert Lewandowski’s incredible goalscoring record has gone on for so long we now talk about it as if it is normal. It isn’t. Once again he scored more than a goal for every 90 minutes he played in the Bundesliga this season, a return that can never be taken for granted.

Runner-up: Anthony Modeste (1. FC Köln)

ST: Patrik Schick (Bayer Leverkusen)

An incredible campaign saw Schick net more goals and more regularly than Erling Haaland. The Czech international has shown he is, simply, a superb penalty box centre-forward.

Runner-up: Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund)