Episode 286: Pronunciations, Geography & other stupid stuff

The Bundesliga is back, baby! And so is Luca Gierl, who joins the show to talk about the most recent transfers, BVB’s DFB Pokal win vs. KFC Uerdingen, the Augsburg game and who will win the Championship.

Episode 282: 2018-19 Season Awards

Before we begin with in-depth coverage of the upcoming season, it is time for our traditional season award show! Enjoy.

Episode 274: #FCBBVB – Let’s Get Hyped!

One of the biggest games in years awaits for BVB and we want you to get in the mood for a potential classic. Justin Kraft of Miasanrot joins us for an interview and we have a Q&A!

Episode 273: #FCBBVB – Tactical Preview with Left-Back Focus

Ahead of the big clash between Bayern and Dortmund, we take look at the tactical aspects of the game. Biggest question: Who should start at left-back?

Episode 245: Paco Altabellenführer

BVB thumbed RB Leipzig 4-1 to move all the way to No. 1. after round 1 and then signed Paco Alcacer. Up next: Hannover 96.

Episode 233: Let’s talk about football

Borussia Dortmund have bounced back in style from a derby loss, routing Bayer Leverkusen 4-0. Can they do the same trick again in Bremen?

Episode 228: International Break Q&A

It’s international break that means it’s time for another listener Q&A – but first we quickly gloss over Salzburg and Hannover. If you want to support the show and become a Patron, you can do that here: Follow our panel…

Episode 222: What is Stöger’s plan?

A hard-fought 2-0 win over HSV left a lot to be desired. Will Dortmund’s incoherent football be enough to continue winning in the Euro League against Atalanta and in Gladbach on Sunday?

Episode 221: Cologne, Watzke, Hamburg

BVB picked up their first win of the year, Hans-Joachim Watzke gave an interview, and Hamburg are next.

BVB Fans From Around the World: Karl Roberg, Norway

Karl Roberg made his way to the Westfalenstadion together with around 30 other members of the Norwegian Fan Club BVB Supporters Norge for the match against Freiburg. We’ve caught up with him ahead of the game.

Episode 219: Hertha, Freiburg, and pesky transfer drivel

Borussia Dortmund dropped points once again in a 1-1 draw against Hertha Berlin. Can they finally pick up their first win of the year against Freiburg? And what about Aubemyang?

Episode 218: It’s complicated.

A scoreless draw against Wolfsburg was overshadowed by more misdemeanour by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. But before the striker’s and BVB’s futures were discussed, we had to address a more sensitive issue.

Episode 217: Start of the Rückrunde against Wolfsburg

The Yellowwallpod looks ahead to Borussia Dortmund’s start in 2018 as they host Wolfsburg on Sunday.


It’s time again for the most anticipated award show in the BVB universe: The Yellowwallpod mid-season awards. Which Dortmund player will receive the glory of winning the most awards after the Hinrunde?

Episode 202: Is this Borussia Dortmund for Real?

BVB emphatically dismantled foolish foals 6-1 on Saturday. Can they do the same against Real Madrid in the Champions League? And what about Augsburg?

Episode 198: Transfer Window is closed. Freiburg. Tottenham. Let’s Go!

In this week’s episode, we’ll have a final assessment of the transfer window and look ahead to Borussia Dortmund’s games in Freiburg and against Tottenham.

Episode 177: Dortmund are back among Europe’s Top 8!

On Episode 177, the Yellowwallpod dissects BVB’s spirited 4-0 over Benfica and previews a tricky away trip to Hertha Berlin. Guest: ESPN’s Stephan Uersfeld.

Episode 175: Freiburg, Leverkusen and a box of chocolates

In episode 175, Lars Pollmann and Stefan Buczko discuss BVB’s 3-0 win over SC Freiburg and preview Saturday’s all-important home match against Leverkusen.

Episode 173: Borussia Dortmund is a two-faced frowny

In Episode 173, the Yellowwallpod reviews Borussia Dortmund’s losses against Darmstadt and Benfica and looks ahead to Saturday’s match against Wolfsburg.

Episode 169: Can Dortmund hit the ground running in Bremen?

In Episode 169 the Yellowwallpod panel previews Borussia Dortmund’s first match of 2017 away to Werder Bremen.