RB Leipzig Score
German Bundesliga
FC Koln 2
RB Leipzig 1
2
4
W
RB Leipzig 1 2
Hertha Berlin 3
2
2
D
FSV Mainz 05 3
RB Leipzig 3
0
5
W
RB Leipzig
SC Freiburg 1
1
1
D
UEFA Champions League
RB Leipzig 2
Tottenham Hotspur 4
3
0
W
RB Leipzig Fixtures
German Bundesliga
RB Leipzig
SC Paderborn 07
TSG Hoffenheim
RB Leipzig
RB Leipzig Player
# Name Position
8
Amadou Haidara Central Midfield
27
Konrad Laimer Central Midfield
44
Kevin Kampl Central Midfield
49
Mads Bidstrup Central Midfield
1
Peter Gulacsi Goalkeeper
1
Peter Gulacsi Goalkeeper
28
Yvon Mvogo Goalkeeper
32
Tim Schreiber Goalkeeper
33
Philipp Tschauner Goalkeeper
5
Dayot Upamecano Defender
5
Dayot Upamecano Defender
7
Marcel Sabitzer Right Wing
35
Fabrice Hartmann Right Wing
10
Emil Forsberg Left Wing
17
Ademola Lookman Left Wing
18
Christopher Nkunku Left Wing
19
Hannes Wolf Attacking Midfield
25
Dani Olmo Attacking Midfield
14
Tyler Adams Defensive Midfield
53
Tom Krauss Defensive Midfield
16
Lukas Klostermann Right Back
22
Nordi Mukiele Right Back
3
Jose Angel Esmoris Tasende Left Back
23
Marcel Halstenberg Left Back
4
Willi Orban Centre Back
6
Ibrahima Konate Centre Back
26
Ethan Ampadu Centre Back
37
Frederik Jakel Centre Back
42
Malik Talabidi Centre Back
9
Yussuf Yurary Poulsen Centre Forward
11
Timo Werner Centre Forward
21
Patrik Schick Centre Forward
 
Julian Nagelsmann Coach
About RB Leipzig
RB Leipzig logo
  • Name: RB Leipzig
  • City:
  • Home Stadium: Red Bull Arena
  • Established Date:
  • Coach: Julian Nagelsmann
RB Leipzig as founded in 2009 by initiative of the company Red Bull GmbH – which purchased the playing rights of then fifth-tier side, SSV Markranst?dt, with the intent of advancing the new club to the top-flight Bundesliga within eight years. Men's professional football is run by the spin-off organization RasenBallsport Leipzig GmbH.RB Leipzig plays its home matches at the Red Bull Arena. In its inaugural season in 2009–10, RB Leipzig dominated the NOFV-Oberliga Süd (V) and was promoted as champions to the Regionalliga Nord (IV). RB Leipzig won the 2012–13 Regionalliga Nordost season without a single defeat and was promoted to the 3. Liga (III), then finished the 2013–14 3. Liga season as runners-up and was promoted to the 2. Bundesliga (II) as the first team since the introduction of the 3. Liga to win promotion after only one season.