Dortmund is one of the most successful clubs in German football history.
Borussia Dortmund otherwise commonly known as BVB has won eight German Championships, one Champions League title and their victory in the 1966 Cup Winner Cup made them the first German club to win a European title.
Since 1974, Dortmund have played their home games at the Westfalenstadion (now known as Signal Iduna Park), which is the largest in Germany and has the highest average attendance of any football club in the world.
The training ground used for touring groups is located next to the stadium and is the former pitch of the BVB first team. All sessions are conducted in English and all the BVB coaches are experienced with different age groups and performance levels.
Each course will be tailor made to meet a group's requirements and objectives with two training sessions each day.
- Flights into – Dortmund or Dusseldorf Airport
- Ferry Crossing from Dover/Hull/Harwich
- 3* hotel accommodation with football theme located centrally, 10 minutes from the training facility. The hotel itself is equipped with; air conditioned rooms, TVs and WiFi service. Our hotels are individually selected to accommodate the needs of a sporting group
- Full board meal basis – breakfasts & dinner in hotel and lunch in VIP area in the stadium each day
- Executive coach transportation and driver for full duration of tour. BVB first team bus to pick up groups flying into Dortmund
- 6 x 90min training sessions with BVB coaching staff on pitches in the shadow of the stadium
- Team building & BVB specific activities conducted by BVB coaches
- BVB Puma kit for each player (shirt, shorts & socks)
- BVB boot bag, water bottle, medal & certificate
- Friendly fixtures against local schools, clubs or academies, suited for your touring group.
- Stadium & BVB Museum tour
- BVB home match tickets (subject to schedule)
- English speaking tour liaison officer on hand 24/7.
- Sightseeing tour of Dortmund
- Bowling or Go Karting excursion
Full ATOL or Travel Vault Protection depending on mode of transport