Hoffenheim edge Frankfurt in Bundesliga
Hoffenheim edge Frankfurt in Bundesliga

Hoffenheim overcame Frankfurt 3-2 courtesy Roberto Firmino's late winner in the opening game of the 15th round of the German Bundesliga.

Hoffenheim and Frankfurt staged a see-saw match in which the the latter came back twice to restore parity Friday, reports Xinhua.

Hamburg earn vital points, Frankfurt crush Bremen in Bundesliga
Hamburg earn vital points, Frankfurt crush Bremen in Bundesliga

Hamburg climbed out of the relegation zone thanks to a 2-1 win over Mainz while Frankfurt defeated Werder Bremen 5-2 thanks to four second half goals at the close of the 14th round in the German Bundesliga.

Davis Cup World Group: Germany plot France revenge in Frankfurt
Davis Cup World Group: Germany plot France revenge in Frankfurt

Germany will host 2014 Davis Cup runners-up France in the first round of next year`s World Group on the hardcourt of the Fraport Arena in Frankfurt, where the hosts beat Spain last season.

Ex-Germany star Tim Wiese climbs into pro-wrestling ring
Ex-Germany star Tim Wiese climbs into pro-wrestling ring

Beefed up ex-Germany international goalkeeper Tim Wiese is set for a career in professional wrestling after making an appearance in the ring at a WWE event on Saturday in Frankfurt.

ATP chief debates whether to move Tour Finals
ATP chief debates whether to move Tour Finals

ATP executive chairman Chris Kermode on Friday revealed his organisation are debating whether to extend London`s hosting of their showpiece Tour Finals.

German train drivers call biggest strike since 2008

Rail travellers in Germany face an entire weekend of disruptions, cancellations and delays after the train drivers' union on Friday called their biggest strike since 2008.

PM Modi arrives in Frankfurt on way back home

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday arrived here en route to New Delhi after concluding his visit to the US where he met President Barack Obama and agreed to make joint efforts to dismantle terrorist safe havens besides stepping up cooperation in defence, energy, economy and space.

Hospitalised John Degenkolb confident for 2014 UCI Road World Championships
Hospitalised John Degenkolb confident for 2014 UCI Road World Championships

German sprinter John Degenkolb, who recently won the green jersey as points leader on the Tour of Spain, has been hospitalised in Frankfurt with a fever, his manager Jorg Werner revealed on Wednesday.

Body parts found in barrels in German garage

Authorities say parts of a woman's body have been found in two plastic barrels in a garage near Frankfurt, but it's unclear how long ago she died, who she was and what happened to her.

Lufthansa flights grounded in new pilots' strike

Lufthansa, Germany's biggest airline, said it will cancel 200 flights on Friday, affecting 25,000 passengers, as a consequence of a pilots' strike to be held later in the day.

PM Narendra Modi`s plane was on shot down MH17`s route

Even as the world struggles to come to terms with the shooting down of a Malaysia Airlines plane over Ukraine, it has come to light that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on the same flight path as the MH17 Boeing 777.

Germany`s Angela Merkel to choose World Cup final over PM Modi?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel may not happen after all.

Bremen coach Schaaf takes over at Frankfurt

Former Werder Bremen coach Thomas Schaaf has taken over as Eintracht Frankfurt boss after signing a two-year contract, his new Bundesliga club confirmed on Wednesday.

German cops find six-month-old corpse watching TV

Cops who broke into an apartment in central Germany were in for a shock when they found a partially decomposed woman`s corpse sitting in front of a TV - six months after she had died.

Widespread flight cancellations in German strikes

Hundreds of flights have been cancelled after public-sector workers walked off the jobs at airports in Frankfurt, Munich, Duesseldorf and several other German cities in a strike for higher wages.

Frankfurt rout 10-man Nuremberg to pull clear

Eintracht Frankfurt pulled clear of the relegation battle on Sunday with a 5-2 romp at ten-man Nuremberg, who remain deep in the Bundesliga`s bottom three.

Klinsmann set to judge Europe-based US talent

US national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann will evaluate European-based players with an eye to the upcoming World Cup in Wednesday`s friendly against Ukraine in Cyprus.

German FM makes surprise visit to Afghanistan

Germany`s foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Sunday arrived in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan for an unannounced visit, a spokeswoman said.

Injury sours Germany`s victory over Spain

Germany were forced to forfeit a Davis Cup singles rubber through injury on Sunday having already won their World Group match against Spain.

Two men killed in shooting, stabbing at German court

Two men were killed on Friday when an assailant opened fire at a German court in the western city of Frankfurt and then stabbed at least one victim with a knife, police said.