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Name: Borussia Dortmund
Full Name: Ballspielverein Borussia 09 e.V. Dortmund
Founded: 19 December 1909
City: Dortmund
Stadium: Signal Iduna Park
Capacity: 81,359
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No matter if you know them as Ballspielverein Borussia 09 e.V. Dortmund, BVB, Borussia Dortmund or simply as Dortmund, the team from the city of Dortmund that wears the iconic Black and Yellow playing strip are one of Germany’s and Europe’s biggest football clubs that perhaps having enjoyed the levels of success there huge fan base deserves.

Founded in 1909 the club have enjoyed numerous years of success throughout their history with the club winning the German Championship (Bundesliga), the DFB-Pokal, the DFL-SuperCup in domestic competitions and in Europe they have also won all major trophies with a Champions League victory, a UEFA Cup Winners Cup and they have won the Intercontinental cup.

Borussia Dortmund moved to their iconic Westfalenstadion home which is the biggest stadium in Europe which the club fills regularly to give Borussia Dortmund the highest average attendance of any associate football club in the world.

The large Sudtribune (South Stand) at their stadium is always an impressive sight, with fans waving flags and scarves, and this is where the majority of the noise is made by the Borussia Dortmund faithful.

Whenever Dortmund take the field they are always recognisable thanks to their yellow and black playing strip which also gives the team the one of their nicknames, Die Schwarzgelben (The Black and Yellows).

Dortmund have a number of rivals with matches against there long standing rivalry with Schalke given the name Revierederby.

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When it comes to German football there are 2 names that often come instantly to mind and that is FC Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.

It will be no surprise therefore that they are one of the most watched clubs in the German topflight and they also have a huge following of fans not just in and around Dortmund but across the globe.

Dortmund are one of the most iconic teams in Germany thanks in part to the success they have enjoyed down the years and also for their iconic playing kit. The bright yellow and black colours of Dortmund make them instantly recognisable whenever they take to the field, no matter if it is domestic or European footballing competitions.

The club have a reputation for having some of the most dedicated fans in the Bundesliga which has led to matches at their impressive Westfalenstadion stadium been on the bucket list of many fans.

Home games for Dortmund see 80,000+ fans sing from minute 1 to minute 90 but it is there main kop style end stand that is the most impressive part of their stadium.

The stadium, whose name comes from the former Prussian province of Westphalia, is one of the biggest stadiums in European football with a capacity of 81,365 but it has a capacity of European and international matches of just 65,829.

That is because of the stadiums south stand, which is a all standing kop style stand for league and domestic cup games which is where most of the noise in the ground comes form and with 100’s of flags and vast displays, this is one of the standout aspects of Dortmund and the Bundesliga.

Dortmund are one of the most successful clubs in German football, having won multiple Bundesliga titles, numerous DFB Pokal cup wins and they have also enjoyed success in continental action with a Champions League victory, a UEFA Cup Winners Cup victory and they have also won the Intercontinental Cup.

They have also become the biggest challenger for FC Bayern during the Bavarian giants last few decades of dominance and that has led to some great matches between the 2 giants of the German game.

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In recent seasons, Borussia Dortmund have grown a reputation for developing some of the best talented youngsters from across the globe.

They have invested heavily in their facilities for youths and in signing quality youngsters from Germany, Europe and beyond but most importantly they have found a way to get those young up and coming players into the first team and make them into stars.

One such player to follow that route in recent times has been England’s own Jadon Sancho, who they signed from Man City having never played in the first team and quickly not just turned him into a first team player but also a star of the Bundesliga and an England regular.

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History of Borussia Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund have gone on to become one of the most famous names in German football and one of the iconic football clubs in Europe but just as is the case with most sporting clubs, their beginnings were much humbler.

The club were established in December 1909 by a group of men who were unhappy at the club that they were already playing at that was under the control of the local church and a priest that nobody liked.

The name chosen for the club comes from the Latin for Prussia although it was named in honour of a local beer of the same name produced by a local brewery.

In the early years of the clubs existence, the playing colours were blue and white stripes with a red sash, with black shorts but that soon changed when in 1913, the club started to don the colours of yellow and black, that we all associate with them to this very day.

The first few decades of the clubs existence were modest in terms of success and in terms of the competition that they played in as the club start life in local and regional leagues.

A push in the last part of the 1920’s to sign professional players nearly bankrupted the club and ended Dortmund before they really got going but they did of course survive, thanks mainly to a wealthy supporter who paid of many of their debts.

The 1930’s was a turbulent periods for all of those living in Germany and football was no different to the rest of society as the rise of Third Reich saw the restructuring of all sports including football.

The then president of Dortmund was replaced as he refused to join the Nazi Party and some members of the club who used the clubs offices to produce anti-Nazi pamphlets were executed but things did settle down under their Nazi friendly new rulers and they started to enjoy some success in the newly formed Gauliga Westfalen competition.

During this period, the club’s rivalry with their near neighbours, Schalke 04, started to grow in fierceness as the side based in Gelsenkirchen become one of the most power and success of the era.

After the war, Borussia were dissolved by the occupying Allied Forces, as were many business and sporting clubs, with the plan by those in charge to merge the club with Werksportgemeinschaft Hoesch and Freier Sportverein 98 to become Sportgemeinschaft Borussia von 1894, but thankfully that didn’t come to fruition as it was as the newly named Ballspiel-Verein Borussia (BVB) that the club made the step up to the nation league in Germany.

Between 1946-1963, the club featured in the Oberliga West, one of the top leagues in German and one of the league to provide clubs for the national championship play-off final.

This was one of the strongest leagues of that period but Dortmund continued to enjoy success including winning their first national title in 1956, when they defeated Karlruher SC 4-2 in the final.

In 1963, the club put a marker down in German football as they became the last ever winners of the German Football Championship. The decision was taken to start a new national top flight league in the country for the following year when the Bundesliga started up.

Interestingly the meeting to decide on forming the new professional league in the country was made in Dortmund and it was little surprise when they were one of the clubs chosen to feature in the first edition of the Bundesliga.

The clubs Friedhelm Konietzka also made history as the first ever goal scorer in the new league, although they eventually lost the seaosn opener to Werder Bremen.

In 1965, they won the DFB Pokal (the German version of the FA Cup) and that saw them enter the European Cup Winners Cup the following season where they enjoyed instant continental success by defeating Liverpool in the final.

That success didn’t last for long however as the 1970’s saw the club struggle with financial problems, suffer from relegation in 1972 although this period did also see the opening the clubs iconic Westfalenstadion home ground, which is named after the club home region of Westphalia.

BVB returned to the German top flight in 1976 but they still struggled with poor finances and only avoided relegation once again in 1986 after a play-off win over Fortuna Koln.

It wasn’t until 1989 when the club enjoyed some success once again when they defeated Werder Bremen the final of the DFB Pokal. That was Horst Koppels first trophy at the club but he soon added to that when the clubs famous head coach helped his side defeat rivals FC Bayern in the 1989 DFL-Supercup.

That grew the confidence and belief of the club that kick started the 1990’s ‘Golden Era’ for the yellow and blacks when Ottmar Hitzfeld led the club to second in the table in 1992 and to the final of the 1993 UEFA Cup Final.

Although they lost heavily to Juventus, they did receive a vast cash influx and that helped them sign some new star names that would go on to become some of the most successful players in the clubs history.

Captain Matthias Sammer won the 1996 European Football of the Year award and under his on the field stewardship, BVB won back to back titles in 1995 and 1996. In the 1996-97 season, the club reached their first ever Champions Cup finals when Dortmund ran out winners over Juventus in a match played at their rivals Munich’s home ground.

The next seaosn, the clubs continental success was match on the world stage when they defeated Cruzeiro of Brazil in the Intercontinental Cup.

The club continued to enjoy success but no trophies and in the new Millennium, they became the first publicly traded football club on the German stock market.

The 2000’s saw the club success continue with a title in 2002 and a losing final appearance in the 2001-02 UEFA Cup final.

Unfortunately, that was the height of their successes for some time as the clubs finances began to struggle, with poor off of the field management leading to heavy debts burdening the club and even their Westfalenstadion home ground been sold to help ease their problems.

The club survived on a loan given to them by their rivals FC Bayern and by the cost cutting and streamlining of the club by new CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke. In order to raise funds, the clubs ground was renamed the ‘Signal Iduna Park’ after a sponsorship deal with a local insurance company.

The club now found themselves as a club battling it out simply for survival in the top flight but some joy was found in the cup when they reached the final in the 2007-08 season.

The fortunes of the club on the field improved under the control of new manager Jurgen Klopp as they qualified for the UEFA Europa League once more after a 5th place finish in the league and thanks to a new youthful squad full of quality, the club made it back into the Champions League and their finances started to improve once more.

In the 2012-13 season, the club made it to the final of the Champions League, where they met domestic rivals FC Bayern in the final at Wembley Stadium but they came up short in an entertaining match up.

Over the next decade or so, the club became famous for signing youngsters, making them into top stars and then selling them on for huge profits.

Unfortunately, it has been FC Bayern who have been one of the clubs to sign many of these stars, including the likes of Robert Lewandowski and Mario Gotze and that continual selling of their top stars has helped the club to constantly come up short in their battles with Bayern for league titles but the signing of quality youngsters has helped them be the best of the rest in Germany.

Other recent stars to use the club as a stepping stone have been Lucas Barrios, Neven Subotic, Mats Hummel, Shinji Kagawa, Lukasz Piszczek, Jakub Blaszczykowski, Ivan Perisic, Ilkay Gundogan and Jadon Sancho.

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