Borussia Dortmund are in Leverkusen on Sunday. Kick-off is at 17:30 CET. We have compiled all the info on our away game in a compact format below. This page will be updated if there is any news.

Referee: Siebert in charge

Daniel Siebert, a 39-year-old teacher from Berlin, will oversee the match. Jan Seidel and Rafael Foltyn will be the linesmen, with Florian Badstübner the fourth official. Benjamin Cortus will observe the action as the "VAR". Siebert made his Bundesliga debut in a match between Schalke 04 and FC Augsburg on 1 September 2012. The 1.91-metre-tall Berlin native has been a FIFA referee since 2014 and cites sport and travel as his main interests. He is seen as a very level-headed referee. He refereed his first BVB game on 12 September 2015 when Borussia won by a 4-2 scoreline in Hanover. In total, he has taken charge of 25 league matches involving BVB (18 wins, three draws and four defeats). He last refereed BVB in their home game against Köln last season (6-1).


Weather: Dry and cold

It is set to remain largely dry throughout the entire day, with temperatures set to reach zero degrees at kick-off. The probability of rain is 15%.

Live broadcast: DAZN and Net Radio

The match can be watched live on TV via DAZN. The pre-match coverage starts at 16:45 CET and will be presented by Laura Wontorra (picture). Tim Borowski is on punditry duty, with Jan Platte commentating the match and Marco Hagemann conducting the interviews. The BVB Net Radio will give you the usual Black & Yellow take, with Norbert Dickel and Danny Fritz on the mic. Match highlights plus the press conference and match reactions will be available on BVB TV, among others.


Kits: BVB in all-yellow once again

Borussia Dortmund will line up in their yellow home shirts, yellow shorts and socks. The home team will wear black shirts with a broad vertical stripe red plus black shorts and socks.

Live ticker: Over to the app

BVB's digital channels operate at full throttle on matchday. And that's not only the case during the match, but throughout the matchday too – starting at 09:09 CET of course. In "Matchday Mode", the BVB app offers news, pictures, posts, videos, statistics and plenty more match info besides. The live ticker starts at kick-off and updates you on all the important moments. In addition to the live ticker, there will be full match highlights, statistics and first-hand info on our social media channels Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. The quickest match report in the league can be found on the app and at seconds after the final whistle. On our website, there will then be match reactions and facts to read.