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Nürnberg

Nürnberg

18 on Bundesliga

Stadium
Grundig-Stadion

Coach
Michael Köllner

President
Franz Schäfer

Bundesliga

Hazard nets decisive goal for Gladbach

Thorgan Hazard missed a penalty but netted the decisive goal as Borussia Moenchengladbach battled to a 2-0 win over struggling Nuremberg to maintain their perfect home record and keep the heat on Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund. 

Bundesliga

Sancho seals Dortmund derby win as Bayern move second

Jadon Sancho fired Borussia Dortmund nine points clear at the top of the Bundesliga on Saturday with a late winner in a 2-1 derby triumph at Schalke, while a Robert Lewandowski double against Nuremberg helped champions Bayern Munich up to second.

Bundesliga

Bundesliga Round-up: Franfurt salvage draw and Schalke saved by Nuebel

Germany goalkeeper Kevin Trapp was furious with his Eintracht Frankfurt side after a 92nd-minute equaliser salvaged their recent unbeaten run in a 1-1 Bundesliga draw at Nuremberg on Sunday.

Bundesliga

Leipzig hit Nuremberg for six to go second

RB Leipzig put their early season stumbles behind them on Sunday, walloping 10-man Nuremberg 6-0 to go second in the Bundesliga ahead of the international break.

2. Liga

Nurnberg make their Bundesliga return

Nurnberg will return to the Bundesliga after three seasons away as a 2-0 win at Sandhausen on Sunday confirmed promotion for Michael Kollner's side.

Premier League

Huddersfield sign Nuremberg's Sabiri

Abdelhamid Sabiri has signed a three-year-deal with Huddersfield Town, with the option of a year's extension.

Bundesliga Play-Offs

Seferovic keeps Eintracht in Bundesliga

Switzerland striker Haris Seferovic threw down a marker for Euro 2016 on Monday by scoring the crucial goal in Eintracht Frankfurt's 1-0 play-off win at Nuremberg to keep them in the German league.

2. Liga

Lehmann out of running for Nuremberg director's vacancy

Former Arsenal and Germany goalkeeper Jens Lehmann will not be taking over the vacant director of sport role at fallen Bundesliga giants Nuremberg, the German second division club confirmed Monday.

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