Of all the stadia in Europe, there is none quite like the The Yellow Wall , home of BVB’s die-hard fans a single-tier Sudtribune, which holds over 24,000 fans.Signal Iduna Park, Borussia Dortmund`s home arena is one of the true cauldrons of European football, famed for its atmosphere across the world.
we take a look at the some of the best displays the Yellow Wall have put on over the years.
With Borussia Dortmund turning 100 in December 2009, the fans showed up in their thousands for the home clash with Freiburg and honoured their club with this stunning banner commemorating some of the club’s most famous triumphs, including the 1966 Cup Winners’ Cup success against Liverpool and the 3-1 Champions League final win over Juventus 31 years late
The 2011 title ensured that Dortmund made a long-awaited return to the Champions League following a lengthy absence, and with the German champions drawn against Arsenal, Olympiakos and Olympique de Marseille, they were optimistic of reaching the knockout phase.Their first game of the group stage was against London giants Arsenal, and the fans duly celebrated with this display of a crown with the club’s crest on it to mark their return to football’s royalty.
it doesn’t have to be a special occasion for BVB fans to put on a bit of a show. With Wolfsburg in town for a Bundesliga game which Dortmund needed to win to keep up their hopes of catching Bayern Munich, supporters surpassed themselves once again.
The 2010-11 Bundesliga campaign was something of a miracle for Dortmund. Having lost their first game (at home) to Bayer Leverkusen, they produced an extraordinary run of form, eventually finishing seven points above the Werkself with the strongest defence in the division and the second best attack.On the last day of the season, relegation-fighting Eintracht Frankfurt were in town, and to celebrate their title BVB fans produced this banner with the caption Deutsche Meister, depicting the first team, coach Jurgen Klopp and the Bundesliga shield.
With Dortmund needing to beat Malaga to secure a place in the Champions League semi-finals, the fans did their best to create an atmosphere to intimidate the Andalusian minnows.
As both teams entered the pitch, the fans in the Sudtribune lifted up cards to form the shape of the European cup, with a figure in a BVB hat rising up, holding a pair of binoculars aimed at the pitch as the whole club dreamed of repeating their 1997 continental triumph.
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