Players and coaches

Who were BVB's team captains?
Mats Hummels (2014-)
Sebastian Kehl (2009-2014)
Christian Wörns (2004-2008)
Christoph Metzelder (2003-2004)
Stefan Reuter (1997-2003)
Michael Zorc (1988-1997)
Frank Mill (1987-1988)
Dirk Hupe (1985-1987)
Rolf Rüßmann (1983-1985)
Manfred Burgsmüller (1979-1983)
Lothar Huber (1977-1979)
Klaus Ackermann (1974-1977)
Hoppy Kurrat (1971-1974)
Siegfried Held (1968-1971)
Wolfgang Paul (1965-1968)
Alfred Schmidt (1963-1965)
Willi Burgsmüller (1962-1963)

What are the names of BVB's Bundesliga coaches?
Klopp, Jürgen (seit 1.07.2008)
Doll, Thomas (13.03.2007 - 19.05.2008)
Röber, Jürgen (19.12.2006 - 12.03.2007)
van Marwijk, Bert (1.07.2004 - 18.12.2006)
Sammer, Matthias (1.07.2000 - 30.06.2004)
Lattek, Udo (16.04.2000 - 30.06.2000)
Krauss, Bernd (5.02.2000 - 12.04.2000)
Skibbe, Michael (1.07.1998 - 4.02.2000)
Scala, Nevio (1.07.1997 - 30.06.1998)
Hitzfeld, Ottmar (1.07.1991 - 30.06.1997)
Köppel, Horst (27.06.1988 - 30.06.1991)
Saftig, Reinhard (20.04.1986 - 26.06.1988)
Csernai, Pal (1.07.1985 - 20.04.1986)
Ribbeck, Erich (28.10.1984 - 30.06.1985)
Konietzka, Friedhelm (1.07.1984 - 24.10.1984)
Franz, Horst (16.11.1983 -30.06.1984)
Tippenhauer, Hans-Dieter (31.10.1983 - 15.11.1983)
Maslo, Uli (1.07.1983 - 23.10.1983)
Witte, Helmut (6.04.1983 - 30.06.1983)
Feldkamp, Karlheinz (1.07.1982  - 5.04.1983)
Zebec, Branko (1.07.1981 - 30.06.1982)
Bock, Rolf (11.05.1981 - 30.06.1981)
Lattek, Udo (1.07.1979 - 10.05.1981)
Maslo, Uli (30.04.1979 - 30.06.1979)
Rühl, Carl Heinz (21.05.1978 - 29.04.1979)
Rehhagel, Otto (14.06.1976 - 30.04.1978)
Buhtz, Horst (1.02.1976  - 13.06.1976)
Knefler, Otto (1.07.1974 - 1.02.1976)
Bedl, Janos (1.07.1973 - 30.06.1974)
Kurrat, Dieter (2.03.1973 - 30.06.1973)
Burdenski, Herbert (3.01.1972 - 1.03.1973)
Michallek, Max (1.11.1972 - 1.03.1973)
Brüggemann, Detlev (1.07.1972 - 31.10.1972)
Witzler, Horst (1.07.1970 - 21.12.1971)
Lindemann, Hermann (21.03.1969 - 30.06.1970)
Schneider, Helmut (17.12.1968 - 17.03.1969)
Pfau, Oßwald (18.04.1968 - 16.12.1968)
Murach, Heinz (1.07.1966  - 10.04.1968)
Multhaup, Willi (1.07.1965 - 30.06.1966)
Eppenhoff, Hermann (1.07.1963 - 30.06.1965)

Which BVB players have been world champions?
BVB's goalkeeper Heinrich Kwiatkowski belonged to the national team playing the World Cup tournament in Switzerland in 1954. Thus he was the first Borusse (player of Borussia Dortmund) receiving the world champion title.
Apart from BVB players, Andreas Möller and Frank Mill, also Stefan Reuter and Jürgen Kohler, who joined BVB after becoming world champions in 1990, played in the world cup championship..

Who of Borussia Dortmund's players scored most goals in one match?
6 November 1982 Manfred Burgsmüller shot five goals during the match against Arminia Bielefeld. The final score was 11-1 for Borussia Dortmund. In five other matches Burgsmüller shot three goals for BVB. He managed to shoot brazes in 23 matches.

Who scored the first Bundesliga goal for BVB?
Friedhelm Konietzka shot Borussia's first Bundesliga goal only after one minute during an away match against SV Werder Bremen on 24 August 1963. Second BVB goal was shot during the same match also by Konietzka. The game ended with Werder Bremen winning 3-2.

Who of Borussia's players played most international matches?
 1. Jürgen Kohler: 105 international cabs (début: 24 September 1986 against Denmark during a 2-0 victory)
 2. Andreas Möller: 85 international cabs (début: 21 September 1988 against USSR during a 1-0 victory)

Who shot most Bundesliga goals for BVB?
The current lists of BVB's goal scorers but also of all Bundesliga club's goal scorers can be found in the category "statistics".

Who was BVB's first international?
First Borusse who joined the national team was the legendary August Lenz. He made his international match debut against Belgium (6-1) in Brussels on 28 April 1935 and promptly scored two goals. Altogether, Borussia's striker was successful nine times in 14 international matches. In reminiscence of BVB's first international player the club's office in Strobelallee is called "August-Lenz-Haus"