Borussia Dortmund will play in Stuttgart on Wednesday. Kick-off is at 20:45 CET. We have summarised all the info on our cup clash in a compact format. This page will be updated if there is any news.
Fixtures: Draw on Sunday
The winners will find out on Sunday who their next opponents will be in the DFB-Pokal: the four quarter-final pairings will be drawn at 19:15 CET (ARD will broadcast live) and played over four days at the end of January / start of February (30/1, 31/1, 6/2 and 7/2).
Weather: Dry and cold
Following a changeable day, it is expected to remain dry in the evening with temperatures set to drop to two degrees by kick-off. There is a 20% probability of rain.
Referee: Benjamin Brand in charge
As he was in the first round away to TSV Schott Mainz, the 34-year-old business economist from Gerolzhofen will be in charge of a DFB-Pokal tie involving BVB. Thomas Stein and Dr. Martin Thomsen will assist on the sidelines, with Timo Gerach the fourth official and Tobias Welz on VAR duty. BVB's record under Benjamin Brand's leadership: there have been three wins in three DFB-Pokal ties (all first round), plus four wins and a draw in the league.
Kits: BVB to wear cup shirts
BVB will wear yellow shirts, yellow shorts and yellow socks in Stuttgart – exactly as they did in their Bundesliga meeting – while the home team will line up in all-white strips once again.
Live broadcast: ZDF and Sky
The match can be watched live on TV via both ZDF and Sky. ZDF will be broadcasting live from Stuttgart from 20:15 CET. Katrin Müller-Hohenstein (picture) will present the programme, with Martin Schneider on commentary duty. In addition, the match can be watched on Sky Sport 3 and Sky Sport UHD l. 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.
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 bvb.de seconds after the final whistle. On our website, there will then be match reactions and facts to read.