Deutsche Bahn makes funny German Bundesliga speculation: ‘Running on Dad’s BahnCard 100’
Written by Stefan Bruel
Germany – Deutsche Bahn’s social media team is on alert The start of the German League Some masks! The big company is providing the entertainment on Twitter as it classifies the football teams in Germany’s first division as commuters.
Bayern Munich is, of course, at the fore: “always sitting in the same place,” referring to the long-running tournament involvement of German record champions.
Borussia Dortmund is at the back: “He sits at first at the front, but then always falls back.” This also builds on the past few years, where BVB has been able to keep up with FCB at times, but not consistently over the course of an entire season.
In Bayer 04 Leverkusen it is said: “Always with him a pill for nausea. And headache. And diarrhea. And stomach aches…”, as Bahn refers to the group in Werkself: Bayer’s background.
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And RB Leipzig is also lacking in fat: “She only joined recently, but she rattles everyone with loud marketing talk.” After all, there is probably no other club in the elite football category that attracts like the Red Bulls.
In the 1. FC Union Berlin “You’d rather stand on the empty train yourself,” she says, which means iron fans, who always watch all the matches at Alte Försterei – except for the main amphitheater.
Borussia Mönchengladbach thought “the trains in the 1970s were much better”
SC Freiburg has “enough carrot sticks and rice pancakes for the entire cabin,” which indicates the popularity of Breisgauer Club, which also appears to be one of Germany’s most beloved professional rail clubs.
On the other hand, the party mood is expected to be at 1. FC Köln: “He has a bluetooth box and will use it.”
1. FSV Mainz 05 is wrongly called a gray mouse: “Oh, it’s here too. I didn’t notice it at all. Hey!”
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In TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, the social media team notes the good financial conditions: “Found on Papa’s BahnCard 100.”
On the other hand, Borussia Mönchengladbach and VfL fans are famous for pointing out the great traditions of the club and especially the most successful times in the sport: “He likes to point out that the moves were much better in the seventies”.
It can be predicted in any direction Eintracht Frankfurt “It really thrives on trips all over Europe,” he says, referring to the Europa League victory.
Deutsche Bahn thread about the classification of Bundesliga clubs as passengers
Hertha BSC “Traveling abroad this year. Or next. One then for sure.”
The trend is also evident in the VfL Bochum trade union: “Regularly check in the bistro on the plane when there’s a manta platter at the end.” The same at FC Augsburg: “For years he has always been in the first division and everyone is a little surprised by that.”
VfB Stuttgart alludes to the fact that another mode of transportation is more popular here: ‘drive is preferred’. The same will likely also apply to Wolfsburg VFL, which the railways have deliberately ignored.
Hertha BSC also has to put up with a joke on its own after the grandiose ads of the past called the “Big City Club”: “She’s going abroad this year. Or next. Surely the day after.”
FC Schalke 04 reports the great anticipation after the live return and especially the long-awaited Revierderby: “I can’t wait to go to Lüdenscheid-Nord again this year.”
Followers with a little innovation SV Werder Bremen To hear a fish joke, there are also relevant and derogatory claims from other clubs towards green eggs in this direction: “Who the hell broke the roles?”
Cover photo: dpa / Moritz Frankenberg