Germany’s Bundesliga is a league that has no affiliation with the national football league and has long been a target of nationalistic politicians.
In fact, the governing body has been a focus of much debate, with some of the most vociferous criticism directed at the German National League.
But the German government has decided to change this.
This week, it announced that the Bundesliga will no longer be a German football league, with the clubs now being run by German clubs.
The change comes as the German parliament is due to hold an emergency debate on the issue of the national league in the coming days.
The debate has been dominated by the issue that the national team can be sold or bought and that the owners are responsible for their own finances.
In a bid to placate the public, Chancellor Angela Merkel said last week that the government would be supporting clubs that wish to form the Bundesliga and also that clubs will be given a stake in their club.
The Bundesliga, which has existed since 1933, has the second-highest number of fans in the Bundesliga behind the top flight, which boasts more than 1.2 million supporters.
It was founded by the brothers of the famous German football team Hoffenheim, who played in the same club.
The Bundesliga was born from the merger of the two German leagues, the Bundesliga 2 and the German Football League, but it has been divided into a smaller structure.
The new league will be known as the National League, and the existing one will be called the Bundesliga.
The changes have been a cause for alarm in the national press, with politicians saying they would destroy the game.
The head of the German football association, Frank Arndt, called the new system a “sham”, and accused the government of making a “bait and switch”.
He said the league was in no way connected to the national sport and was not “part of the country’s identity”.
However, some football fans have also expressed support for the new league, arguing that it will be more attractive to foreigners and bring more foreign talent to the game, with many hoping that the league will offer better wages and better facilities.
The decision to separate the Bundesliga from the national club was also welcomed by the German FA.
The federation said that it was an “appropriate way to unite the two leagues”.
The league’s owners have also been under fire, with a petition launched by the Football Association for the League of the National Championship (FLN-DFC) calling on the government to support the Bundesliga by allowing it to be a league with no affiliation to the National Football League.
“The German Football Association is fully supportive of the Bundesliga’s future,” the petition said.
The German football federation has also been criticised for its handling of the issue, with one member of the governing board claiming that it had failed to properly inform the authorities and that it should have done so before making the decision.
It is not the first time that the new German league has been criticised.
Last year, a similar proposal was put forward for the Bundesliga, with clubs being required to pay taxes and fees to the German state.
The current Bundesliga is expected to play its home matches at the Allianz Arena, and it has also attracted a record number of foreign players.
However, the game has also sparked criticism from the German authorities.
The German Federal Ministry of Sport has warned that the move would have a “chilling effect” on the game and that a “rebound from this mistake” would be necessary to “restore Germany’s reputation for sport”.
The league was created to be the next step in Germany’s football history.
It was originally founded in 1933 by Hoffenham’s brothers, Heinz and Wilhelm, and their son, Peter.
Hoffenheim have been linked to the creation of the league by many of the club’s owners, including Bayern Munich’s Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, who also has a close friendship with the elder Rummenigs sons.
It has been said that some of them have been seen celebrating during the World Cup as they were celebrating their victory.