Squad Focus.

The fourth and final card is a more detailed analysis of the previous season, with squad data including information on the youngest and oldest players, team MVP and overall squad value. There is a breakdown on red and yellow cards, top goalscorers, the highest player rating according to kicker.de and comprehensive win-draw-defeat doughnut charts.

Squad Focus

33. Players Used/Unused. This is based on the complete list of players for the given season, including players transferred out and in during the course of the season. The large number indicates the number of players on the team’s roster during that season, with the smaller numbers (and the stick-man graphics) representing the players used (even for thirty seconds in one game as a last-minute substitute) and not used. Source: transfermarkt.de

34. Full Internationals. The number of players in the team’s roster for that given season, who have appeared in at least one full international fixture. Sources: transfermarkt.de, Wikipedia

35. DFB Internationals. The number of players in the team’s roster for that given season, who have appeared in at least one full international fixture for the German national team. Unlike the World Cup winners on page 1, this can include players who have played for the Nationalmannschaft for other clubs. Sources: transfermarkt.de, dfb.de, Wikipedia

36. Youngest Player. The youngest player in the complete squad as at the cut-off date, 01.06.2016. Source: transfermarkt.de

37. Oldest Player. The oldest player in the complete squad as at the cut-off date, 01.06.2016. Source: transfermarkt.de

38. Most Valuable Player (MVP). Probably one of the more contentious sets of numbers, given the fluidity of the transfer market and player values being continually reassessed. All figures are as of the cut-off date, 01.06.2016. Source: transfermarkt.de

39. Squad Value. The collective value of the complete squad in Euros, as at 01.06.2016. Source: transfermarkt.de

40. Discipline. The total number of yellow, yellow/red and red cards collected by each team in all competitions. Sources: bundesliga.de, fussballdaten.de

41. Kicker Rating. The player with the highest average rating for each team, taken from Germany’s most popular football journal. The ratings are based on the standard German system which rates players from 1-5 (with 6 being awarded for particularly poor performances), with one being the highest. Source: kicker.de

42. Overall Season Record. Each team’s win/draw/defeat record in all competitions, in the form of a doughnut chart. The figures are taken from the league tables, with additional information for cup games. In cases of cup matches decided in a penalty shootout, a win is counted as a win and a defeat counted as a defeat. Sources: bundesliga.de, fussballdaten.de

43. Bundesliga Season Record. Simple win/draw/defeat figures for all domestic league matches only, expressed in a simple doughnut chart for overall. Sources: bundesliga.de, dfb.de/3-liga

44. Bundesliga Season Home Record. Simple win/draw/defeat figures for all home domestic league matches, expressed in a simple doughnut chart. Sources: bundesliga.de, dfb.de/3-liga

45. Bundesliga Season Away Record. Simple win/draw/defeat figures for all away domestic league matches, expressed in a simple doughnut chart. Sources: bundesliga.de, dfb.de/3-liga

46. Top Goalscorers. The top goalscorers for each club in all competitions. The charts have been split in shades of grey (where relevant) to indicate goals scored in the Bundesliga, European Competition (UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Super Cup) and Domestic Cups (DFB-Pokal, DFL Supercup, regional cup competitions for promoted 3. Liga teams). Sources: bundesliga.de, transfermarkt.de, fussballdaten.de, uefa.com