As sports slowly begin to return to television, the ones earliest to resume play will be getting unprecedented attention, but that doesn’t mean people will necessarily know anything about what they’re watching. And for those tuning in for the first time, NESN is here to inform and educate you with the league’s biggest storylines, athletes and how to tune in to its return or postponed start.

Saturday, May 16 marks a special day, as one of Europe’s major soccer leagues resumes its season after a two-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Meaning sports are back.

Germany’s Bundesliga has nine matchdays left in its season, and its governing body is adamant on squeezing it all in before June 30.

So for those who may not like soccer (or never have given it a chance) but still plan to wake up early and tune in because they’re feigning to watch real competition, the Bundesliga offers perhaps one of the best products of soccer there is. There’s a reason people are loyal to German manufacturing for appliances and cars, but that quality spreads to the pitch, as well.