The German women's ice hockey Bundesliga (German: Deutsche Fraueneishockey-Liga, or Fraueneishockey-Bundesliga) is Germany's top league in Women's ice Hockey. It is organized by the Deutscher Eishockey-Bund, which governs the sport in Germany, in which 3 114 players competed in 2013.
The German Women's Ice Hockey Bundesliga was created in 1988–89. Previously, the national championship took the form of a tournament featuring the best teams from the various regional federations. The Bundesliga was initially split into two divisions, North and South, with a final championship tournament at the end of the season, but in April 2006, the participating teams voted to have only a single division, starting from the 2006-07 season.
Since the 2001-02 season, the Deutscher Eishockey-Bund has organized a Women's cup of Germany. This is a tournament played over several days at the end of the season. It features the six top teams, divided into two groups of three teams each.