Football fans are touring Germany to raise money in the old car of former BVB coach Jürgen Klopp. On Saturday (25.9.), they will make a stop in Dortmund to support BVB's blind footballers.

Football and Klopp fans have joined forces to form the "We love football" football project and are transforming the Mini, which belonged to Jürgen Klopp in his Mainz days, into a travelling work of art. Numerous moments from both Klopp's career and football history are immortalised on the car. BVB players have also signed their names on the "Kloppocar". 

On Saturday, 25 September, a goal wall shooting competition will take place on the Kloppocar at the German Football Museum in Dortmund from 12:00 to 18:00. The organisers are "We love football" and "Moni's Kloppo Fanclub" from Dortmund. Matthias Kartner will lead the event in aid of Borussia Dortmund's blind footballers. Club President Dr Reinhard Rauball will also be present.

The main prize of the goal wall shooting is a seat on the bus to Liverpool when the Kloppocar is to be presented to Jürgen Klopp next year. There is also a signed shirt from Erling Haaland and a signed football boot from the BVB striker to be won. Former BVB captain Marcel Schmelzer, Tote Hosen singer and Liverpool fan Campino and comedian Matze Knop are among the celebrities who have contributed other prizes.