Eintracht Frankfurt – BIGGEST FAN, Simpsons,  30cm x 60cm

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Eintracht Frankfurt : Bernd Hölzenbein, 95cm x 135cm, Spraypaint on canvas.

Fussballgott

Fussballgott,80 cm x 120 cm.

Trapp

Kevin Trapp, 80 cm x 120 cm.

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Trapp @ Divino Frankfurt

Haris und Diana

Haris Seferovic und Diana

Ozipca

Sebastinan Ozipka, 80 cm x 120 cm.

Team

Team Eintracht Frankfurt, 95 cm x 135 cm.

450-SEFE-rot

9 – Seferovic, 95 cm x 135 cm.

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Lucas with his new painting.

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SEFEROVIC, 90cm x 120cm

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Team, 80 cm x 120 cm

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Lucas Piazon, 80 cm x 120 cm

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Seferovic – 9 , 50cm x 100cm

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Brothers: Seferovic & Piazon, 100 cm x 100 cm

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Offence, 50 cm x 100 cm

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Seferovic vs. Ronaldo

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2016 after the Relegation against Nürnberg ..

Eintracht Frankfurt

18 teams compete season by season in Bundesliga for the German championship title.

Matches are played in a round robin mode in first and second leg ties (home and away).

The bottom two of the final table are relegated directly

and are replaced by the two best teams of the 2. Bundesliga.

The Bundesliga team ranked 16th competes in a relegation play-off

over two legs against the third-best team of the 2. Bundesliga.

Since 1995/96, the three-point rule is being applied.

The winners of a match earn three points (formerly two),

and in case of a tie each team earns one point, defeated teams get none.

The German champions, the runner-ups and the team ranked third are qualified for the Champions League,

the top-flight class in the European club contests.

The team ranked fourth enters the Champions League qualifying rounds.

The teams ranked fifth and sixth are qualified for the UEFA Europa League.