On Saturday afternoon, Borussia Dortmund will play against Werder Bremen in SIGNAL IDUNA PARK. Kick-off is at 15:30 CET. Here's all the information you need for our Bundesliga home game. This page will be updated if there is any news.
Borussia aktuell: Bremen edition online
A free-of-charge service for those who can't make it to the stadium and are watching the top match on TV, and an informative guide for all those who will be following the action live at SIGNAL IDUNA PARK: "Borussia aktuell" contains all the important info for the home game against Werder Bremen in a compact format as a PDF: the squads for both teams, the table, facts on Borussia, the opposition's strengths and weaknesses, plus background info and a pre-match report.
Disruptions on arrival
Due to construction work in the street "Im Rabenloh", there are currently traffic problems at the stadium. The area "Im Rabenloh / Strobelallee" should therefore be avoided by car. Please follow the signs to the public car parks in the vicinity of the stadium and listen to the instructions given by City of Dortmund council. We also recommend arriving early for the match.
Tickets: the match is sold out
The second home game of the 2022/23 season is also sold out. All 81,365 tickets were sold in advance. That number includes some 8,100 fans from Bremen.
Head-to-head record: Only more wins against Frankfurt
In our Bundesliga history, BVB have taken a 1-0 lead against Werder Bremen 57 times – more often than against any other team, and have only beaten Eintracht Frankfurt more often (47 wins against Frankfurt, 45 against Bremen). Borussia have never failed to score in their past 20 Bundesliga matches against Werder. The last time that happened was on 7 May 2011, when Dortmund lost 2-0 in Bremen.
Live broadcast: Sky and Netradio
The match can be seen live on TV in Germany on the Sky Pay-TV channel. The preliminary coverage will start at 14:00 CET on Sky Sport Bundesliga and will be presented by Michael Leopold. Dietmar Hamann will also be in the studio to provide expert punditry. The commentator for the live game on Sky Sport Bundesliga 2 will be Kai Dittmann. Frank Buschmann (Bild) will be covering the match for the simulcast. The BVB Netradio will provide Black and Yellow colour commentary from 15:10 CET. Norbert Dickel and Boris Rupert will be on the microphones as usual. A summary of the match as well as the press conference and reactions to the game can be found on BVB TV, among other places..
Kits: BVB in classic yellow
Borussia Dortmund will play in their usual strip: yellow shirt, black shorts, yellow socks. The Werder Bremen team will play in "peach with olive-green accents".
Weather: clear, 24 degrees
The weather forecast for Saturday: slightly overcast. There is a five percent chance of rain.
Compiled by Boris Rupert