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Leipzig 2021-22 Schedule Released: Bayern in Week 4

RB Leipzig's 2021-22 Bundesliga calendar has been released, with the club starting play in Germany's first division on August 14th or 15th against 1. FSV Mainz at the Opel Arena. Mainz ended last season on a high note, finishing in 15th place. At one point it appeared as if they would be a relegation candidate.

The schedule only gets more treacherous from there as Leipzig will play Bayern Munich at Red Bull Arena in Week 4. To this point Leipzig have been unable to top the German giants but new manager Jesse Marsch is confident in his team's ability heading into the new campaign.

"Mainz and Stuttgart are exciting opponents, followed by big games against Wolfsburg and FC Bayern," said manager Jesse Marsch. "Oour first game in the new-look Red Bull Arena will be something special and hopefully we'll have fans back for that. We're raring to go and can't wait to start training in two weeks."

Leipzig are in a state of transition at the moment, following the departure of Julian Nagelsmann for Bayern Munich after two seasons at the helm in East Germany. The team did make the DFB Pokal final but fell short of their goal, losing to Borussia Dortmund by a wide margin. The team now hopes that Marsch can take them over the top to bring home the team's first trophy.

In their chase for silverware, Leipzig will play in the Pokal a week before the start of the Bundesliga season on August 6th. Their opponent will be determined in a drawing this Sunday.

Bundesliga 2021-22 First Round Schedule:

at 1. FSV Mainz
vs. Stuttgart
at Wolfsburg
vs. Bayern Munich
at Koln
vs. Hertha Berlin
vs. VfL Bochum 1848
at Freiburg
vs. SpVgg Greuther Furth
at Eintracht Frankfurt
vs. Borussia Dortmund
at Hoffenheim
vs. Bayer Leverkusen
at Union Berlin
vs. Borussia Monchengladbach
at Augsburg


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