Ballspielverein Borussia 09 e. V. Dortmund, also referred to as Borussia Dortmund, BVB, or just Dortmund, is a North Rhine-Westphalia-based German professional sports club. Eight league titles, five DFB-Pokals, one UEFA Champions League, one Intercontinental Cup, and one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup have all been won by the club.
Dortmund was rated as the 12th richest football team in the world and the second wealthiest sports club in Germany in 2021 according to Deloitte’s annual Football Money League.
|Full name||Ballspielverein Borussia 09 e. V. Dortmund|
|Founded||19 December 1909|
|Ground||Signal Iduna Park|
|Head coach||Edin Terzić|
|2022–23||Bundesliga, 2nd of 18|
Borussia Dortmund Over the Years
The 2020–21 season for Dortmund got off to a fairly rough start. They had mixed performances in the Champions League and the Bundesliga, and they lost the DFL-Supercup. Lucien Favre was fired as manager following a devastating 5-1 loss to Stuttgart on Matchday 11.
Edin Terzi, the assistant manager, was appointed interim manager for the remainder of the campaign. During Terzi’s tenure, Dortmund lost to Manchester City in the Champions League quarterfinals and finished third in the Bundesliga’s final matchday. After defeating RB Leipzig 4-1 in the championship match, the squad was able to claim the DFB-Pokal.
Terzi was chosen as the club’s new technical director, while Marco Rose was named manager for the 2021–22 campaign. Later, Terzi was reappointed as manager ahead of the 2022–2023 campaign. Following a dismal 2-2 home draw against Mainz on the season’s last matchday, Dortmund, who had been leading the league standings, lost the Bundesliga championship to Bayern Munich on goal differential.
Borussia Dortmund Current Squad
|1||GK||Germany Roman Weidenfeller|
|3||DF||South Korea Park Joo-ho|
|5||DF||Spain Marc Bartra|
|6||MF||Germany Sven Bender|
|7||MF||France Ousmane Dembélé|
|8||MF||Turkey Nuri Şahin|
|9||MF||Turkey Emre Mor|
|10||MF||Germany Mario Götze|
|11||FW||Germany Marco Reus|
|13||DF||Portugal Raphaël Guerreiro|
|14||FW||Sweden Alexander Isak|
|17||FW||Gabon Pierre-E. Aubameyang|
|18||MF||Germany Sebastian Rode|
|21||MF||Germany André Schürrle|
|22||MF||United States Christian Pulisic|
|23||MF||Japan Shinji Kagawa|
|24||MF||Spain Mikel Merino|
|25||DF||Greece S. Papastathopoulos|
|26||DF||Poland Łukasz Piszczek|
|27||MF||Germany Gonzalo Castro|
|28||DF||Germany Matthias Ginter|
|29||DF||Germany Marcel Schmelzer|
|30||DF||Germany Felix Passlack|
|32||MF||Germany Dženis Burnić|
|33||MF||Germany Julian Weigl|
|34||MF||Denmark Jacob Bruun Larsen|
|37||DF||Germany Erik Durm|
|38||GK||Switzerland Roman Bürki|
|39||GK||Germany Hendrik Bonmann|
Borussia Dortmund Champions League Record (After 1990’s)
|2022-2023||Round of 16||8||3||3||2|
|2019-2020||Round of 16||8||4||1||3|
|2018-2019||Round of 16||8||4||1||3|
|2014-2015||Round of 16||8||4||1||3|
|2003-2004||Third Qualifying Round||2||0||1||1|
|2002-20023||Second Group Stage||16||6||2||4|
|2001-2002||First Group Stage||8||4||2||2|
|1999-2000||First Group Stage||8||3||3||2|
Has Borussia Dortmund Ever Won the Champions League?
Yes, Borussia Dortmund has won their only title in 1997 against Jeventus Champions League title.