Borussia Dortmund kept the glimmering hope of a Meisterschaft alive. So, final match day, here we come! (Go Frankfurt!)
A long season has come to an end and now it’s time to look back and reminisce about the ups and downs of what happened in 56 eventful games with the involvement of the one and only Borussia Dortmund.
Ilkay Gündogan’s departure after the end of this season seems imminent, as German football Magazine “Kicker” reports that the 25-year-old German international won’t extend beyond 2017 with Borussia Dortmund.
The Yellowwallpod panel is decimated and only Stefan Buczko and Lars Pollmann are left to analyse Borussia Dortmund’s ever so crucial week. A 2-2 draw in the Revier derby, a 1-1 draw against Liverpool are the topics of discussion as well as an outlook on the upcoming match at Anfield – and a bit of HSV.
No winner in the Revierderby as Schalke and Dortmund drew 2-2 in Gelsenkirchen on Sunday afternoon. Here’s what coaches and players had to say after the game.
In a derby of two halves, one dull and one crazy, Dortmund and Schalke drew 2-2.
The Yellowwallpod panel reacts to Borussia Dortmund’s Europa League draw against Liverpool FC, discusses whether there is anything to take away from the games against surrendering Tottenham, and debates if the current football is the best ever in the history of BVB in the Bundesliga segment. Furthermore Hugo Sundman from Sweden joins in the ‘BVB Fans from around the world’ segment, and the winner of the Thomas Tuchel collector’s cup is determined in somewhat questionable methods.
The Yellow Wall Pod is back after an exciting week of football with a jam-packed episode. The panel reviews BVB’s 0-0 draw against Bayern Munich and the stellar performance against Tottenham Hotspurs in the Europa League, previews Sunday’s match against Mainz 05, while Jason Rose from Kansas City joins for the “Borussia Dortmund fans from around the World” segment.
You thought you misread that headline, didn’t you? In our collaboration with Bayern Central, we have them tell us why any hopes for a title race are futile! You find our five reasons why we think Bayern’s comfy cushion will vanish tonight on their site.
On MatchDay 23, I had the distinct pleasure of being a part of “The Yellow Wall” for BVB’s 3-1 win over Hoffenheim. Being able to watch the match from the heart of The Yellow Wall is an experience that I…
With a win against Bayern on Saturday, Borussia Dortmund can throw the title race wide open – or can they? And how will Saturday’s clash effect BVB’s enticing Europa League encounter against Tottenham on Thursday? That and more is discussed on the latest episode of the Yellow Wall Pod.
Borussia Dortmund claim a 2-0 win in a tough battle against Darmstadt. Here is watch coaches and players had to say after the match
Though Dortmund had a little trouble going forward in February, the team tightened up at the back to keep the momentum of a great season going. Heading through in the DFB Pokal and Europa League put the icing on a cake made up of solid Bundesliga form. So which player earns the spoils for busy February?
Borussia Dortmund won their 10th Bundesliga game in Signal Iduna Park this season on Sunday, beating 1899 Hoffenheim 3-1.
The visitors were on top for large parts of the game until a sending off helped tilt the game in the Black and Yellows favour.
In Episode 128 of the Yellowwallpod the panel talks about Borussia Dortmund’s successful first leg against FC Porto and previews the return leg. Before turning the attention to the Bundesliga and the crazy scenes that occurred in Leverkusen, we introduce a new segment on the show. In ‘Dortmund fans from around the World’ we interview Jon Eden (@Fussball_eh) from Canada on what’s it like to be a BVB fan abroad.
Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang told French paper L’Equipe in an interview that he was dreaming of playing for Real Madrid when he was boy. But that is nothing Borussia Dortmund fans have to worry about yet.
Borussia Dortmund will go head to head against Bayer Leverkusen in the BayArena on Sunday (kick-off: 3.30 pm local time). Although second place Dortmund are already 13 points ahead of third place Bayer in the league table, fans have an exciting match to look ahead to. Find out who will be fit and who will be missi
Lukasz Piszczek had to retake a fitness test in 2006 as the doctor believed the devices were malfunctioning – but Piszczek’s marks were really that good!
When Borussia Dortmund announced their lineup shortly after 6 pm local time on Thursday for the Europa League home tie against Porto fans around the globe rejoiced. Nuri Sahin was back in the starting lineup after 355 days. But what does the midfielder’s return mean for Borussia Dortmund?
Rumours were buzzing for quite a while. Now Borussia Dortmund made it official. The first addition to their 2016-2017 squad is Mikel Merino, a 19-year-old midfielder from Segunda División side CA Osasuna.