But yeah the Bundesliga doesn't get enough shine, it's better than La Liga to me. I can't stand watching that Serie A "Chessball - Catenaccio" shit either.
I got a team that I follow in every league - (follow, not full blown support)
I been there a few times and there's definitely something different about them.
As a former player for a Bundesliga club, plus several month in youth academies in Liverpool, Athletico Madrid and Juventus Turin I think I can judge that the classiest football is played between the first four Premiere League teams plus one extra suprise team per year. The problem is, the rest of the league sucks so hard it's not funny. Same goes for Spain, but it's just Barca+Real+one other team, Italy has Inter and AS Roma and the Bundesliga Bayern Munich, but the thing is, even though they are high class, 12 of 18 teams can beat them on a good day, because they are not just nominal members of the first league, they are opponents.
St. Pauli is cool, some people here do not like that they want to keep the outlaw image so hard but I like them anyways. They have a good, honest coach and a great home pitch.
If you like St. Pauli games, try to get some tickets for Koeln - Gladbach or Dortmund - Schalke. There's no bigger rivalries in german football
Yes it's Mehmet Scholl, a former Bayern Munich player for almost a decade, now retired, and Bastian Schweinsteiger, who is warming up on the pitch, tries to scare him by fake-shooting in his direction. They are good friends.