Hallo! Bundesliga (lost GolTV series; mid 2000s-mid 2010s)
Hallo! Bundesliga is a TV series that has existed since at least 2006. It is a weekly highlights show for the Bundesliga (the top league in German association football). Older episodes were initially 30 minutes long, but starting in the 2012-13 season, episodes were lengthened to 1 hour long. Older episodes also had weekly contests for things such as an autographed jersey or an autographed ball. The series is currently commentated by Jose Serna. Former commentators include Phil Schoen and George D. Metellus.
Episode Status[edit | edit source]
At one time, many episodes from between 2012-2014 were viewable on the GolTV website. However, after GolTV began to rely on Youtube for its video services, it stopped uploading Hallo Bundesliga! episodes to the Internet. The only way to see them is either on TV or on GolTV On Demand.
Additionally, episodes from both the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons were once able to be viewed on the GolTV website, but they were removed by 2013 except for an episode from the 2010-11 season that counted down the best goals of the season (which included goals from players such as Michael Bradley, Srdjan Lakic, Charles Takyi, Diego, Lucas Barrios, Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Theofanis Gekas, Nuri Sahin, Tranquillo Barnetta, and Papiss Demba Cisse). That video was later taken down by the beginning of 2014.
Episodes from before the 2010-11 season are not able to be found anywhere, save for 4 torrents from the 2007-08 season, all of which are now dead.
Looking at the GolTV site using the Wayback Machine, it appears that links to some of the episodes from the 2012-13 season are archived, but when clicked on, nothing plays.
See Also (Football Media)[edit | edit source]
- 1937 FA Cup Final (partially found footage of football match; 1937)
- 1938 FA Cup Final (partially found footage of football match; 1938)
- 1939 FA Cup Final (partially found footage of football match; 1939)
- 1966 FIFA World Cup Final (partially found original colour film of international football match; 1966)
- Arsenal vs Arsenal Reserves (lost footage of early BBC televised football match; 1937)
- Barbados 4–2 Grenada (partially found soccer match footage; 1994)
- Brian Clough's Football Fortunes (lost DOS port of football management game; 1987)
- England 0-1 Scotland (partially found international football match; 1938)
- United! (lost British soap opera; 1965-1967)