Heidenheim vs Karlsruher Live Score and Live Stream

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Heidenheim played Karlsruher at the 2. Bundesliga of Germany on May 15. The match kicked off 13:30 UTC. Heidenheim won 2-0.

Kevin Sessa scored the first goal on the 38th minute of the game. Sessa later scored 1 more, making the final score 2-0.

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Heidenheim (also known as 1. FC Heidenheim or Heidenhein) and Karlsruher (commonly referred to as Karlsruhe or Karlsruher SC) are football clubs from Germany and they are playing this match of 2. Bundesliga on Sunday. Make sure to follow it live here on ScoreBat.

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We are updating team formations and line-ups for Heidenheim - Karlsruher in real time.

Heidenheim kicked off the game with Kevin Muller, Tim Siersleben, Oliver Husing, Patrick Mainka, Jonas Fohrenbach who got substituted by Melvin Ramusovic on the 84th minute, Norman Theuerkauf, Andreas Geipl who got substituted by Christian Kuhlwetter on the 30th minute, Marnon Busch, Kevin Sessa who got substituted by Konstantin Kerschbaumer on the 80th minute, Tim Kleindienst who got substituted by Stefan Schimmer on the 84th minute and Robert Leipertz who got substituted by Marvin Rittmuller on the 80th minute as starters, with Vitus Eicher, Dzenis Burnic, Konstantin Kerschbaumer, Melvin Ramusovic, Marvin Rittmuller, Christian Kuhlwetter, Maurice Malone, Stefan Schimmer and Denis Thomalla on the bench.

Karlsruher's starting eleven were Max Weiss, Philip Heise, Robin Bormuth who got substituted by Daniel O'Shaughnessy on the 83rd minute, Daniel Gordon, Jannis Rabold who got substituted by Ricardo van Rhijn on the 83rd minute, Tim Breithaupt, Jerome Gondorf, Kilian Jakob who got substituted by Tim Rossmann on the 62nd minute, Fabian Schleusener, Malik Batmaz who got substituted by Benjamin Goller on the 62nd minute and Philipp Hofmann, with Niklas Heeger, Felix Irorere, Daniel O'Shaughnessy, Tim Rossmann, Ricardo van Rhijn, Marc Lorenz and Benjamin Goller on the bench.

Referee showed the yellow card 3 times throughout the game. Kilian Jakob, Tim Kleindienst and Tim Breithaupt were the ones to receive it.


Explore stats from Heidenheim vs Karlsruher on ScoreBat - we are updating the numbers on this page every second of the game.

  • Ball Possession: 47 - 53
  • Total Attempts: 13 - 10
  • Shots On Target: 6 - 4
  • Fouls: 6 - 5
  • Corners: 0 - 8
  • Saves: 3 - 4
  • Throw-Ins: 26 - 25
  • Free Kicks: 6 - 11


Heidenheim and Karlsruher have met 5 times since September 2019. Heidenheim have won once, 2 matches ended in a draw while Karlsruher have won twice. The most recent match between them took place on December 12, 2021 at the 2. Bundesliga of Germany where Karlsruher won 3-2. Heidenheim have scored 8 goals in these 5 head-to-head matches in total and Karlsruher have also scored 8. So, overall, Karlsruher have a better head-to-head record against Heidenheim in their recent history.

Heidenheim have won 15 of their 34 matches in 2. Bundesliga, drawing 7 and having 12 defeats this season. They have scored 43 goals - 1.26 per match, conceding 45 - 1.32 per match. Karlsruher have won 9 of their 34 matches in 2. Bundesliga, drawing 14 and having 11 defeats this season. They have scored 54 goals - 1.59 per match, conceding 55 - 1.62 per match.

Recent Form

Heidenheim have won Regensburg in their previous match while Karlsruher have played a draw with Dynamo Dresden in their previous match. Overall, Heidenheim have won 9 of their last 20 matches, losing 7 and drawing 4, while Karlsruher have won 5 of their last 19 matches, losing 6 and drawing 8. In their most recent 6 matches Heidenheim have won twice (0-2 against Regensburg on 7th of May and 3-1 against Nurnberg on 3rd of April), lost 3 times (1-3 against Fortuna Dusseldorf on 29th of April, 0-2 against Erzgebirge Aue on 17th of April and 3-0 against Schalke on 9th of April) and drew once (1-1 against Holstein Kiel on 23rd of April). In their most recent 6 matches Karlsruher have lost twice (2-0 against Hannover on 29th of April and 3-0 against Hamburg on 16th of April) and drew 4 times (2-2 against Dynamo Dresden on 8th of May, 2-2 against Ingolstadt on 22nd of April, 2-2 against Paderborn on 10th of April and 2-2 against Fortuna Dusseldorf on 3rd of April).

Team Streaks

  • Heidenheim have gone 8 consecutive home matches without a clean sheet.
  • Karlsruher have gone 7 consecutive matches without a clean sheet.
  • Karlsruher have conceded two or more goals in their previous 3 away matches.

Live Standings

As always, Germany 2. Bundesliga's live standings are availble and updated in real time. Heidenheim are 6th in the table with 52 points after 34 matches, while Karlsruher are 12th with 41 points in 34 matches.

Video Highlights

We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Heidenheim and Karlsruher in real time. You can watch the goal by Kevin Sessa as the videos of the goals are added usually minutes after the actual event if there are any official videos available. Full video highlights of Heidenheim - Karlsruher are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.

Live Commentary

  1. Full Time
    Match ends. Heidenheim 2, Karlsruher 0.
  2. 84'
    Substitution for Heidenheim. Melvin Ramusovic replaces Jonas Fohrenbach
  3. 84'
    Substitution for Heidenheim. Stefan Schimmer replaces Tim Kleindienst
  4. 83'
    Substitution for Karlsruher. Ricardo van Rhijn replaces Jannis Rabold
  5. 83'
    Substitution for Karlsruher. Daniel O'Shaughnessy replaces Robin Bormuth
  6. 80'
    Substitution for Heidenheim. Konstantin Kerschbaumer replaces Kevin Sessa
  7. 80'
    Substitution for Heidenheim. Marvin Rittmuller replaces Robert Leipertz
  8. 62'
    Substitution for Karlsruher. Tim Rossmann replaces Kilian Jakob
  9. 62'
    Substitution for Karlsruher. Benjamin Goller replaces Malik Batmaz
  10. 60'
    Tim Breithaupt is shown the yellow card.
  11. 60'
    Tim Kleindienst is shown the yellow card.
  12. Kick-off
    Second half begins
  13. Half Time - 2 : 0
    First half ends.
  14. 42'
    2 - 0
    Kevin Sessa scores for Heidenheim.
  15. 38'
    1 - 0
    Kevin Sessa scores for Heidenheim.
  16. 32'
    Kilian Jakob is shown the yellow card.
  17. 30'
    Substitution for Heidenheim. Christian Kuhlwetter replaces Andreas Geipl
  18. Kick-off
    First half begins