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In the only Bundesliga game on Sunday morning, second-placed FC Köln host Mainz, who are just two points away from the top and just one point ahead of Bayern Munich. Before the trip of Bayern to Berlin, the home game against Kolkata is on Saturday, before the showdown with upstart Union Berlin.

Those who are more into ice hockey should not miss the games of the Cologne Sharks on Saturday and Sunday in the Cologne Ice Arena. You will also find many places and facilities to practice your favorite sports, and you can watch or follow games and other competitions on television. International students interested in sports can also play golf and enjoy the beautiful view of the city center from the sports facilities on the upper floor.

The beauty of Barney Vallelys is that you can watch all the major competitions, including the Premier League and Champions League. But perhaps the most important thing is the ability to watch live sports on television, including football, basketball, football, baseball, tennis, golf and other sports. You can and can follow the matches of the Bundesliga, the 2nd and 3rd Bundesliga as well as other important sports like the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Bundesliga.

There is also the Germany Cup, in which teams from the first and second regional league may participate. The German national team is not only taking part in the European Championship, but also the club teams and national teams of other countries.

A living history of sport is presented in the Sports and Olympic Museum, where visitors can view exhibits and shows and enjoy interactive experiences. The situation in Cologne is unique in that it is the only university in Germany that is exclusively dedicated to the world of sport, exercise and science. As in many other subjects at other universities, sports and exercise sciences are available to all. At most German universities, more than 48,000 students are currently enrolled, many of them at the Cologne University of Sport, the largest university of its kind in Europe.

Founded in 1920 as a national sports university in Berlin, it was transferred to Cologne in the 1930s and taken over by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia in 1946. Gero Bisanz took over as managing director in 1970 and was replaced as managing director by his successor Dr. Hans-Joachim Schulz in the summer of 2000. Innovation is still the focus of the sports and exercise science activities of the Cologne Sport University.

The university is aware of its responsibility to the sports society and continuously invests in innovations, including the development of new sports and exercise science research and training facilities. The German Sport University Cologne occupies a special position within the universities and is also recognised as one of the world's most renowned sports universities in its field. Cologne is home to a large number of international students, and the city is also home to many international athletes and sports scientists, as well as the German Olympic Games.

Germans are very enthusiastic about sporting events, whether football, handball, basketball or ice hockey. The Cologne residents are sports fans, but they also enjoy playing sports themselves and are sports fans. It is competitive and top-class sport that is at home in the Rhine metropolis.

If you want to take a break from the book and get active, you will find plenty of activities in the sports programmes of the Cologne universities. Hochschulsport Köln offers a variety of sports such as football, handball, basketball and ice hockey as well as football and volleyball. One of the most popular activities that has emerged in recent years is geocaching, and it is a great way to discover new places. Hiking is also quite famous and there are many beautiful places for it in the Eifel, which also borders on Belgium.

German ice hockey is divided into several leagues, in which the German Ice Hockey League (DEL) consists of 14 large teams. There are currently over 1.5 million registered sports clubs in Germany, 25,000 of which are football clubs (160,000 teams). Around 800 of these sports clubs offer a variety of sports such as football, handball, basketball, volleyball, ice hockey and karting.

The stadium was the venue of the first international match of the Netherlands against Germany in 1927. It is difficult to say what was the first official match in the stadium, but the most important thing is that the club was called FC Köln (under the "German" name) until 1949.

The first training course for obtaining a football coach licence took place at the German Sports University in Cologne in the early 1950s. The University of Cologne is the only university in Germany with a Bachelor's degree in Sports Science and Sports Management, which is comparable to other parts of Germany. The Bachelor's course at the German Sport University is a compact 6-semester course of study that focuses on practical skills and is recognised throughout Europe. The German Sport University Cologne offers a wide range of courses such as sports medicine, sports education, sports management and sports psychology.

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