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18 Products That Prove German Football Fans Are WAY More Devoted To Their Teams Than Everyone Else

The German Bundesliga dominated the UEFA Champions league cup last year, and they couldn't have done so without their devoted fans. Some might be a little TOO devoted...

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1. Grilling Apron from Bayern Munich


The only way to make a Bayern Munich fan look MORE Bayerisch…

Munich may be famous worldwide for sausages and Hefeweizen, but in Germany, the city is famous for one thing: Football. Red white and blue scarves pair well with lederhosen and dirndl in this city!

2. Hair and Body Shampoo from Bayer Leverkusen


Smell like a football player all day long! Sounds great! Right? We aren't surprised it was on sale...

Incidently, Bayer Leverkusen is NOT from Bayern, but they were originally established by the employees of BAYER. Endless supply of aspirin for their concussions, we suppose.

3. Stadium Hymns from Borussia Dortmund


Here is a pick-me-up from the Borussia Dortmund team to give you something to live for during the long, cold, football free months. Perfect for karaoke!

Along with football fans, Dortmund is also home to one of the best Christmas markets in Germany including.. (wait for it...) THE WORLD'S LARGEST CHRISTMAS TREE! Book your flight.

Because we know you really want to hear this glorious ballad:

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5. Recipe Book from Hannover 96


Finally, a recipe for success! Despite the false advertising, this recipe book DOES include some wonderful northern German recipes. Prepare for fish and potatoes!

Hopefully we get a recipe for the local brew, Herrenhäuser.

6. Advent Calender from Hertha BSC


We admire the year-round commitment. Also, the chocolates are printed with soccer images. Way to go, Herta BSC!

16. Champagne from Eintracht

I don't know what's better, the fact that Eintracht sells champagne or that they offer two varieties: dry and extra dry. We wonder if it's football flavored.

It might be old, though, sick Eintract Frankfurt hasn't won the German Cup since 1959. Next year's the year!

Written By Lauren Rogers