BORUSSEUM – The Borussia Dortmund museum

The BORUSSEUM, Borussia Dortmund's club museum, originally came about through an initiative of the fans. The fan department of BVB was significantly involved, drafting the initial concepts, and the AG Tradition found the space for the BORUSSEUM in the northeast corner of the "most beautiful stadium in the world."

The initiators ensured that the BORUSSEUM documents not only the sporting development but also the tradition of BVB's unique fan culture. In no other club museum does the history of the fans play such a significant role.

On December 19, 2008, the club's 99th birthday, the BORUSSEUM was first opened. Then, after around ten years in continuous operation, the doors were closed for a complete overhaul. At the same location, but with new content, dramaturgical and theatrical structure, along with the latest technology, a black and yellow home has been created again, evoking memories and emotions.

New, never-before-exhibited artifacts found their way from the club's archive into the BORUSSEUM. Some had to be researched and requested from their owners. Not to forget the beloved and unique exhibits from the "old" permanent exhibition, which have now been newly staged - including the five major trophies: Bundesliga trophy, DFB-Pokal, Champions League trophy, Intercontinental Cup, and the European Cup Winners' Cup in the new treasure chamber!

A visit to the BORUSSEUM is worthwhile for both young and old.

The new BORUSSEUM is an "all-round talent," because whether young or old, everyone will find something for themselves. The little ones can follow the "children's trail," with content explained in a child-friendly way by our stadium announcer Nobby Dickel. And the fun doesn't stop there - the game zone offers a balance to the exhibits, which can be admired but are behind display glass.

However, some exhibits will actually be touchable! Which ones? You can find out for yourself with a visit to the BORUSSEUM, so let yourself be surprised!

Let yourself be guided through the BORUSSEUM

Borussia Dortmund's museum can not only be explored on your own but also through expert-guided tours or by attending exciting special events and temporary exhibitions. In addition to its central function as a club museum, collecting, preserving, and presenting the tradition of BVB, the BORUSSEUM has developed into a communication center within the club through numerous social, traditional, and entertaining events.

Since football enjoys a very high status in all social strata, the BORUSSEUM sees it as an obligation to use the great appeal of the sport to promote adherence to values such as tolerance, diversity, and democracy, which are part of BVB's statutes. An example is the annual events held on January 27 at the BORUSSEUM to mark the "Day of Remembrance," commemorating the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration and extermination camp.

Unlike other football or club museums, Borussia Dortmund's club museum is independent of sponsors. Therefore, the exhibition spaces are an advertising-free zone.

For anyone with a black and yellow heart, a visit to the BORUSSEUM is a must. Those who experience the development from that fourth Sunday of Advent in 1909 to the present day will realize that players, officials, and fans come and go, but one thing always remains: the club.

"But one thing, but one thing remains, Borussia Dortmund will never go under."

Dr. Reinhold Lunow

President Borussia Dortmund

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Strobelallee 50
44139 Dortmund
Phone: +49 (0)231 90 20 1368
Telefax: +49 (0)231 90 20 1344

E-Mail: [email protected]

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