Borussia Dortmund Match Schedule & Results
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Borussia Dortmund | Match Schedule Week 1 – 34
|17 Agu 2019 8:30 PM||Dortmund||5 – 1||FC Augsburg|
|24 Agu 2019 1:30 AM||1. FC Köln||1 – 3||Borussia Dortmund|
|31 Agu 2019 8:30 PM||Union Berlin||3 – 1||Borussia Dortmund|
|14 Sep 2019 8:30 PM||Dortmund||4 – 0||Bayer Leverkusen|
|18 Sep 2019 2:00 AM||Dortmund||0 – 0||Barcelona|
|21 Sep 2019 8:30 PM||Eintracht Frankfurt||2 – 2||Borussia Dortmund|
|28 Sep 2019 8:30 PM||Dortmund||2 – 2||Werder Bremen|
|2 Okt 2019 2:00 AM||Slavia Praha||➤||Dortmund|
|5 Okt 2019 8:30 PM||SC Freiburg||➤||Borussia Dortmund|
|19 Okt 2019 8:30 PM||Dortmund||➤||Mönchengladbach|
|26 Okt 2019 8:30 PM||Schalke 04||➤||Borussia Dortmund|
|2 Nov 2019 9:30 PM||Dortmund||➤||VfL Wolfsburg|
|9 Nov 2019 9:30 PM||Bayern Munich||➤||Borussia Dortmund|
|23 Nov 2019 9:30 PM||Dortmund||➤||SC Paderborn|
|30 Nov 2019 9:30 PM||Hertha BSC||➤||Borussia Dortmund|
|7 Des 2019 9:30 PM||Dortmund||➤||Fortuna Düsseldorf|
|14 Des 2019 9:30 PM||Mainz 05||➤||Borussia Dortmund|
|19 Des 2019 2:00 AM||Dortmund||➤||RB Leipzig|
|21 Des 2019 9:30 PM||1899 Hoffenheim||➤||Borussia Dortmund|
|18 Jan 2020 9:30 PM||FC Augsburg||➤||Borussia Dortmund|
|25 Jan 2020 9:30 PM||Dortmund||➤||1. FC Köln|
|1 Feb 2020 9:30 PM||Dortmund||➤||Union Berlin|
|8 Feb 2020 9:30 PM||Bayer Leverkusen||➤||Borussia Dortmund|
|15 Feb 2020 9:30 PM||Dortmund||➤||Eintracht Frankfurt|
|22 Feb 2020 9:30 PM||Werder Bremen||➤||Borussia Dortmund|
|29 Feb 2020 9:30 PM||Dortmund||➤||SC Freiburg|
|7 Mar 2020 9:30 PM||Mönchengladbach||➤||Borussia Dortmund|
|14 Mar 2020 9:30 PM||Dortmund||➤||Schalke 04|
|21 Mar 2020 9:30 PM||VfL Wolfsburg||➤||Borussia Dortmund|
|4 Apr 2020 8:30 PM||Dortmund||➤||Bayern Munich|
|11 Apr 2020 8:30 PM||SC Paderborn||➤||Borussia Dortmund|
|18 Apr 2020 8:30 PM||Dortmund||➤||Hertha BSC|
|25 Apr 2020 8:30 PM||Fortuna Düsseldorf||➤||Borussia Dortmund|
|2 Mei 2020 8:30 PM||Dortmund||➤||Mainz 05|
|9 Mei 2020 8:30 PM||RB Leipzig||➤||Borussia Dortmund|
|16 Mei 2020 8:30 PM||Dortmund||➤||1899 Hoffenheim|
Borussia Dortmund Listed up to now are many successful trophies that they embraced during the club trip, both for the German Bundesliga domestic league or from international scale arenas such as the Champions League and European League, the existence that was shown by the same club with its black and yellow pride in all The competition shows that a team will be compact when they have to play in each competition, while also being able to compete with some of the other big German club names such as Bayern Munich, Schalke and others.
Founded in 1909, at least the club has won some of the best championship trophies, where it won eight times the German Bundesliga title, three local DFBs and 4x DFB Super cup champions. From the local domestic achievements that make Borussia dortmund itself increasingly considered in all championships. In the international arena 1x champions league champions and European winners trophy from 1x intercontinental cup champions have been successful in this club’s borrusian sabet.
Even in 1996, Die Borussen successfully pronounced his name to be only one German club that had won titles in Europe, while also anchoring his name in the ranks of elite soccer clubs and the world’s best according to the output made by the UEFA commission in giving the most rankings good for clubs that are under its auspices. This club is also known to be one of the many teams that gave birth to several star players who were also attracted by other big teams.
Located in the Signal Iduna Park stadium called the enclosure for this club with the ability of more than 80,000 seats and supported by several sponsors and other investors, making the design of the club tomorrow can be more professional, more with a positive trend that they keep working on sustainably in all The soccer player in the club also took part in the big name of this club and was even considered even more respectable by other clubs, despite losing competition with Bayern Munchen in terms of popularity.
The first inequality Dortmund fc is probably the origin of this club. If other clubs are made by a large group of people who love football and have skills in football, the Dortmund club is a combination of 18 players. They are the Dortmund players from the north of the Rhin River in Germany. Because of disappointment with a cautious eye and the stigma of the church, these 18 players decided to create a team for themselves, henceforth called the Borussia Dortmund football club by the name BVB briefly.
Apart from that, some Dortmund fc fans mentioned the club by the name of Schwarzgelben (Black-Gold) based on the color of the traditional shirt or Die Borussen (Prussia). More than 100 years of development, Dortmund football club has brought many achievements in large and small competitions in this country and Europe. It is an eight-time cup winner and runner-up 6 times in the Bundesliga; 4 times champion and 5 times German Cup runner-up; 5-time champion of the German Super Cup. Maybe that’s why the team has a rather large German fan base.
To explain the achievements of Dortmund FC, it might be impossible to underestimate team jargon. With the jargon “Echte Liebe” which means “True Love”, some players practice and play with sincere love for the ball. Out of that love, the attacker Dortumund has made dedication, great effort, respected the natural conditions of the ball and the shouts of several viewers. This spirit is expressed by the action before each hour of competition at Signal Iduna Park, some players singing the song “You never walk alone”, and remain obedient to viewers from the South stands. whether the fight was a victory or defeat.
Since the club was first established until entering the season, Dortmund remains on the top of the German Bundesliga, counting from the strict German league agenda and local DFB agenda such as the German Cup and German League Cup. this must be a particular reference for this club to explore more with regard to the competition shown by other soccer teams in all arenas and official competition, more special than the tight schedule of the German Bundesliga itself.