It’s the most unusual home game in the 110-year history of the club: Borussia Dortmund will face Schalke 04 in front of empty terraces, just like all the other Bundesliga clubs. A "stadium experience" is only possible at home in front of the television. To round off this experience, the stadium programme "Borussia aktuell" will continue to be published for BVB home games.
Not in printed form, but still free of charge, it can be easily downloadable as a PDF file via this link, "Borussia aktuell" provides all the important facts and information about the 156th Ruhr derby.
And you don’t have to do without Netradio either. Lars Ricken, scorer of the winning goal in the 2005 derby, and Boris Rupert will commentate on events on Saturday from 15:25 CET using the TV signal from our BVB office studio on Rheinlanddamm. Netradio is available free of charge.
As a special service on this match day, we are also offering an audio-visual version where you can take a small but essential part of the stadium experience home with you: the score display from SIGNAL IDUNA PARK, where you can see on your screen at all times what the latest score is, how many corners BVB have already been awarded or which substitutions- up to five per match and team can be made in these times of the Coronavirus. In addition, our coverage for the blind will also be available.
Coverage for visually impaired people at every game
For many years, BVB's coverage for the blind has been an integral part of the matchday programme for blind and visually impaired fans at Borussia Dortmund's home games. For the nine remaining home and away matches in the current Bundesliga season, coverage for the blind is being expanded. The blind report will be available free of charge as an additional audio stream on the BVB website from Saturday onwards. https://www.bvb.de/blindenreportage
Turn on the radio for the blind here from approx.15:25 CET