RB Leipzig drawn away against SC Freiburg in the DFB-Pokal semi-finals


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One game to go until Berlin!

The two DFB-Pokal semi-finals were drawn on Sunday night at the German Football Museum in Dortmund.

All four sides left in are Bundesliga teams. We will face SC Freiburg away from home, our first away game in the Pokal this season.

So far, RBL have beaten Teutonia Ottensen (8-0), HSV (4-0), TSG Hoffenheim (3-1) and BVB (2-0) all at home on the way to the final four. SC Freiburg now stand in Leipzig’s path ahead of another potential final in Berlin.

Repeat of last year’s final

One of last season’s finalists will reach Berlin again this season. We beat SC Freiburg 4-2 on penalties in the capital on 21st May 2022 to win our first-ever DFB-Pokal trophy

A magical cup night

Our opponents

SC are currently fifth in the Bundesliga after 27 matchdays, just one point behind RB Leipzig in fourth.

The two sides will now face each other twice in a week, with matchday 31 also seeing Leipzig travel to Freiburg for that Bundesliga clash on 6thMay (15:30 CEST).


16 games | 7 wins | 5 draws | 4 defeats

Last five meetings

  • 9th November 2022 | Bundesliga
    RB Leipzig – SC Freiburg | 3-1
  • 21st May 2022 | DFB-Pokal final 
    SC Freiburg – RB Leipzig| 2-4 on penalties
  • 5th March 2022 | Bundesliga
    RB Leipzig -SC Freiburg | 1-1
  • 16th October 2021 | Bundesliga
    SC Freiburg – RB Leipzig| 1-1
  • 6th March 2021 | Bundesliga
    SC Freiburg – RB Leipzig| 0-3


The second semi-final sees VfB Stuttgart host Eintracht Frankfurt. The two ties will be played on 2nd and 3rd May. Exact dates and times as well as ticket details will be announced in due course.

This season’s DFB-Pokal final will be played on 3rd June in Berlin’s Olympiastadion. 


DFB schedules semi-final

The date and time of our fixture has now been confirmed by the DFB. RBL will take on Freiburg on Tuesday 2nd May (kick off: 20:45 CEST) at the Europapark Stadion.

The final will take place at the Olympiastadion in Berlin on 3rd June.

“Freiburg away is not exactly the draw that we’d hoped for, but we’re full of courage and absolutely want to take the next step and reach the final. It’s a strange situation with us playing them a few days later in the league.” – Max Eberl, board member for sport

RB Leipzig drawn away against SC Freiburg in the DFB-Pokal semi-finals

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