While Eintracht sail in save waters, Relegation-threatened Wolfsburg have lost four of their last five Bundesliga games. Read the match preview ahead of Eintracht v Wolfsburg (Saturday, 15.30 CET).

Seferovic, Fabián
Are looking forward to the match against the Wolves: Haris Seferovic and Marco Fabián

Matchday 32: Eintracht Frankfurt - VfL Wolfsburg

  • Kick-off: Saturday (6 May 2017), 15.30 CET
  • Venue: Commerzbank Arena, Frankfurt
  • Referee: Manuel Gräfe (219 Bundesliga matches)


The Eagles lost only 1 of the last 6 home games against the Wolves, who are currently ranked 15th in the table and are in serious danger of being relegated. On the last matchday, VfL suffered a crushing defeat against Bundesliga champions FC Bayern München (0-6). Anyway, entertainment is guaranteed: In the last 18 duels of SGE against Wolfsburg, a whopping 60 goals were scored - on average 3.3 per game.


More than 47,500 fans will watch the match in Frankfurt's home stadium. Tickets can still be bought either online or at the box office on Saturday.

The Opponent 

You can find the latest on VfL Wolfsburg on their English club website and via bundesliga.com.

Live TV Coverage

The match will be on international broadcast. For all international TV stations broadcasting the match live see the tweet below. To find out about TV channels in your area showing Bundesliga matches, you can check the league's list of international broadcasting partners. This picture might also help you finding out where you can watch Eintracht's encounter with Wolfsburg.

Live Match Center

We will provide you with pre-match and live updates via the English language Live Match Center - line-ups, live text commentary, scores and tweets will be available from kick-off onwards.

Social Media

We will also cover the match on our English Twitter channel with pics and tweets from the ground. Additionally, our English Facebook site will contain live info. The hashtags are: #SGE and #SGEWOB.