Saturday's Bundesliga match between Borussia Dortmund and Bayer Leverkusen will be shown live on pay-TV channel Sky, while commentary on the BVB Net Radio will begin at 15:15 CET.


Television: Pay-TV channel Sky will be reporting from Signal Iduna Park from 15:00 CET. Wolff Fuss will be your commentator, with Esther Sedlaczek (pictured) presenting in the studio and Yannick Erkenbrecher interviewing on the sidelines. Martin Groß will cover the simulcast. Highlights will be shown on free TV, too: first on the ARD-Sportschau at 18:30 CET, then on ZDF's Aktuelle Sportstudio at 23:00 CET.

BVB total!: Just like for all BVB's other competitive games, the club's own broadcaster will provide you with all the match info. Starting with the "Matchday Magazine", then the PC, followed by the Net Radio highlights and the entire match from kick-off on BVB total!

Radio: Local Dortmund radio station Radio 91.2 and WDR2 will be providing detailed live reporting.

Net Radio: The BVB Net Radio will be on air from 15:15 CET to provide you with live and uninterrupted coverage. Reporters are Boris Rupert and Norbert Dickel. You can tune in to the BVB Net Radio for free, here on the BVB homepage.

BVB App: On matchdays, the official BVB App switches into "Matchday mode"! It will provide you with all the info you need from 09:09 CET in the morning until the evening. It's perfect for matchday use, giving you a close-up and complete Black and Yellow experience. Click here for all the info and to download it: The BVB App

Social Media: Those looking for an active exchange with other fans on matchdays are in the right place on BVB's social media channels. Whether it's Facebook, Twitter or Google+, you get a close-up and complete experience of BVB matchdays! And the best part: you can join in!

Live-Ticker: The mobile application keeps you up to date with all the highlights and goals directly on your mobile phone. Furthermore, in the general overview tab of the ticker you can follow each passage of play directly. It's ideal if you're on the go but want to stay completely up to date with the action.