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Founded on December 19th, 1909, Borussia Dortmund are one of the leading clubs in the German league. Based in Dortmund in the Ruhr area, BVB has a historic rivalry with its neighbour Schalke 04, the other major club in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The club is also renowned for the fervour of its fans, with its Signal Iduna Park stadium regularly ranking among the busiest in Europe.
The first team is currently coached by Swiss coach Lucien Favre, who is well known in Ligue 1 Uber Eats after his time at OGC Nice between 2016 and 2018. The Ruhr club has won eight German championships, four German Cups and six German Super Cups. A finalist in 2013 against rivals Bayern Munich, BVB won their only Champions League title in 1997 by beating Juventus Turin 3-1.
Bayern Munich's main rivals, Borussia Dortmund are one of the leading clubs in the German league. At the end of the 2019-20 season of Bundesliga, the club finished at the 2nd position, behind Bayern Munich.
Alfred Preissler, the club's all-time top scorer, won the first German championship with Borussia in 1956
Following the draw for the Champions League Round fo 16 in Nyon on 16 December 16th, 2019, the two teams will meet in the first leg on 18 February 2020 and in the second leg on March 11th, 2020.
The Parisians lost 2-1 at Signal Iduna Park (Håland's two goals for Borussia and Neymar Jr.'s goal for Paris Saint-Germain). In the return match at the Park, which took place behind closed doors, the Red and Blue won 2 - 0 thanks to goals from Neymar Jr. and Juan Bernat, ensuring their qualification for the quarter-finals.
Neymar Jr.'s goal in the first leg and the return leg was crucial to the Red and Blue's qualification for the quarter-finals of the 2019-20 edition.
Signal Iduna Park was inaugurated on April 2nd, 1974, but it was not until 1976 that Dortmund's first team played in this stadium in the first division. Recently renovated, it is now capable of accommodating more than 81,000 spectators in match configuration.
The stadium also hosted several matches at the 2006 FIFA World Cup, and many matches will again be played here at the 2024 European Football Championship in Germany.
You can easily reach the stadium by car, as it has a 10,000-space car park. The Signal Iduna Park can also be reached by public transport, with the U-Bhan subway, stop Westfalenstadion, line U45.