Interessting facts for BVB Fans
BVB worldwide 13.12.2012, 15:20
At first I have to make a confession. One of my great passions is without a doubt Borussia Dortmund – it's the main reason why I'm writing some reports here from time to time. The other passion is that I'm a really big New York fan. Of course there are a lot of different meanings about the pros and cons of the "Big Apple". But my opinion about New York City is clear: I'm sure it's hard to find another city where you can find a new attraction even nearly at every corner of the street. And very often you will find some attractions or places of interest which are not mentioned in any of these hundreds of tourist guides about New York City and especially Manhattan.
Guest Authors 20.11.2012, 19:07
This past summer, while in Germany visiting family (I currently live in the USA), I made a much needed pilgrimage to Dortmund. I made the obligatory trip to the fan shop, where I spent way too much money, but was happier for it. I also made my first ever stop in to see the Borusseum; Dortmund’s club museum. It was a great experience seeing the history of the club that I’ve supported since I was seven come to life with great old match footage, historical artifacts and getting up close to the trophies won over the decades. This short, one day trip to hallowed grounds was crucial for me in once again making it clear just how important a club Borussia Dortmund have been in the past and are today.
Guest Authors 17.10.2012, 16:41
It's like hearing a clock ticking everywhere you go. An ominous countdown no true Borusse could ever forgo. What is this phenomenon always keeps us pacing with angst in the night? Dearest friends, it's Derby time!
Ask The Editors 12.09.2012, 15:53
In this year's March, we started a new series giving you the opportunity to send in questions about Borussia which will then be answered by our editors. Once again, three readers sent in some questions so we will discuss the history of the rivalry between Borussia and Scheiße 04, the creations of choreographies on the Südtribüne and some little questions in the second episode of "Ask The Editors". Thanks to our three readers who sent in the questions.
BVB worldwide 07.08.2012, 19:57
A couple of months ago, the Facebook site of the BVB started collecting pictures that showed fans of Borussia in their jerseys, with their scarfs and flags in a lot of different countries all over the world.
When I first saw those pictures, I thought it was a nice idea, but then it came to my mind that it would be much more interesting not only to see the German supporters travel the world but also to get to know supporters in other countries, and especially to get to know their ways of becoming fans of Borussia Dortmund.
This is why we are going to introduce you to a supporters club that, at least in the German perspective, is located in Far Far Away Land: Say hi to our friends from Borussia Dortmund Australia!
Guest Authors 01.06.2012, 16:15
This was already my third time this season when I traveled to Germany for a match between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern München. I saw both Bundesliga matches live inside Arroganz Arena and Westfalenstadion but I had to settle for the public viewing event in Waldbühne when I traveled to Berlin. The planning of this Pokalfinale trip started immediately after the last BVB-Bayern match when I realized that I have to come and enjoy that great BVB-atmosphere one last time this season. I actually had a couple of tickets for the match against SC Freiburg but unfortunately I had to skip that trip and sell the tickets due to some non-cancellable engagements Finland. When I realized that I can't make the trip to Dortmund I knew that I had to fly to Berlin and see BVB play "live".
Guest Authors 23.05.2012, 21:36
Bayern don't lose two years in a row. Without Sahin Dortmund is nothing. They're too hungover from last year's party. You can't expect players like Grosskreutz, Schmelzer, and Subotic to step up again. Klopp got lucky. Doubts. Concerns. Insults. MEISTER!
Looked like a long ball with potential, but alas its scuttled to Grosskreutz. Decent pass to Gündogan at the top of the box. Mhm. What's this? Off the post? No?! NO! TOR! TOR! TOR! TOR! TOR! TOR! BERLIN BERLIN WIR FAHREN NACH BERLIN!
Ask The Editors 15.03.2012, 09:42
In our new series, the readers of schwatzgelb.com have the possibility to send in questions concerning Borussia to be answered by the editors. In the very first episode, we will discuss future line-up possibilities, the traditional home of Borussia, Westfalenstadion and some things about the fan culture. Thanks to our three readers who sent the questions used in this article.
Guest authors 25.01.2012, 08:35
Only recently Don from the US of A became a football fan. Whereas his boys decided to go along with the mainstream, Don decided his club would be mighty Borussia Dortmund. He started a blog (check it here - BVB 09 America) to write about being a BVB fan from stateside. He was kind enough to let us publish one of his blog posts on how he became a Borussia Dortmund supporter. Sometimes strange things happen to you. This is what happened to Don.
BVB Worldwide 29.12.2011, 00:55
Maybe, some of you remember my report about New York having been published on schwatzgelb.com one year ago, regarding the football bar Nevada Smith’s.
A visit of this football bar last year was really worthwhile, because we (my wife Cornelia, my brother-in-law Wolfgang and me) had the opportunity to watch the 2:0 win of BVB against Nuremberg live. Furthermore we met a Japanese girl, named Chikako, a BVB supporter as well as a great Shinji Kagawa Fan.
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