Bayer Leverkusen finally shook off the annoying nickname “Vizekusen” by winning the first German football championship. When looking for a new name, terms like “Titlekusen” and “Triplekusen” were already mentioned in view of the two finals in the Europa League and the DFB Cup that were still to come. At the entrance to the city of Leverkusen, fans have apparently now immortalized a new name. The town sign in the Schlebusch district was pasted over with the inscription “Neverloosen”. Bayer is unbeaten in 50 games across all competitions this season and can become the first German champion to go an entire season without defeat on the final matchday on Saturday.