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About Borussia Dortmund vs Atletico Madrid Tickets 2024/25

These two sides are similar in terms of living under the shadow of domestic giants in their native Germany and Spain. They also both enjoy fervent support for all their games and large global fanbases.

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Borussia Dortmund vs Atletico Madrid History

It would be fair to say that both these teams have failed to effectively deliver on their potential in the European Cup/UEFA Champions League, although at least BVB can claim their place among those to have lifted this prestigious title.

Borussia Dortmund first entered the European Cup in 1956/57 but they were dumped out by Manchester United in the First Round. The following season Die Borussen made it through to the quarter-finals, and by 1963/64 they’d gotten as far as the semi-final when they lost to eventual winners Inter Milan 4-2 on aggregate.

They then failed to qualify for the competition for over thirty years, a run that saw them return to the tournament in its new rebranded format, namely the UEFA Champions League.

In their second season, back to their best, they won the tournament, securing safe passage to the final, having completed an impressive Semi-Final victory over Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United.

They went into the 1996/97 UEFA Champions League Final as underdogs but were two up at half-time against Juventus thanks to a double from Karl-Heinz Riedle. Alessandro Del Piero got the Turin side back into the game when he came off the bench to score a backheel past Stefan Klos.

With 20 minutes remaining, Ottmar Hitzfeld threw on Lars Ricken, and without a minute, he had lobbed Juventus keeper Angelo Peruzzi to complete a 3-1 victory in Switzerland.

Their next UEFA Champions League Final, in 2013, didn’t end quite so well. On that occasion, Jurgen Klopp’s side took on Bayern Munich in an all-German final at Wembley Stadium and saw Dortmund beaten by a late Arjen Robben winner.

Whilst Borussia Dortmund’s success rate of one win from two finals might not seem all that comprehensive, it looks frankly astounding when you compare it to how Atletico Madrid have done in both European Cup and UEFA Champions League Finals.

In the three that they’ve taken part in, they’ve been well-placed to win each, only to end up on the losing side on each occasion.

The first of these came in 1974 when they took on Bayern Munich. Juan Carlos Lorenzo’s side went ahead in the 114th minute of the game when Luis Aragones scored against their German opponents, and they looked set to win when Hans-Georg Schwarznebeck scored a 120th-minute equalizer, sending the game into a replay four days later, on which occasion Bayern Munich thrashed Atletico Madrid 4-0.

40 years later, Diego Simeone’s side looked to reverse their fortunes, and a Diego Godin goal looked set to do just that. However, Sergio Ramos had other ideas, scoring a 93rd-minute header for Real Madrid to force the game into extra time, but it was clearly Atletico had had the stuffing knocked out of them, and Carlo Ancelotti’s side scored three more goals to run out 4-1 winners.

Just two years later, in 2016, the same two sides met in the final again, and this time, the game ended 1-1 and went to penalties in Milan, and it was Juanfran who missed the only spot-kick of the shoot-out, leading to yet another loss.

Borussia Dortmund vs Atletico Madrid Connections

A select few individuals have represented both clubs, including Dortmund legend Mirko Votava, who spent eight years with Borussia before moving to Atletico in 1982, where he duly won the Copa del Rey during his three-year stint in the Spanish capital. Former Belgium midfielder Axel Witsel has also played for both these teams.

Borussia Dortmund vs Atletico Madrid Head-to-Head

These two sides have met on three separate occasions in competitive European action, the first of which coming in 1965/66 in the UEFA European Cup Winners’ Cup with Borussia Dortmund edging out Atletico to win 2-1 on aggregate in their quarter-final and they would go on to beat Liverpool in the final.

In 1996/97, the two teams were drawn in the same UEFA Champions League group, with both sides securing an away win against their opponents.

They were once again drawn into the same group in the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League competition. Dortmund thumped Atletico 4-0 in their first fixture as Raphaël Guerreiro scored twice, and Axel Witsel and Jadon Sancho bagging the others.

In the return fixture, goals from Saúl Ñíguez and Antoine Griezmann earned Simeone’s side a win.

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Where do Borussia Dortmund vs Atletico Madrid matches take place?

When Borussia Dortmund are at home, they'll play at Signal Iduna Park (Westfalenstadion) in Dortmund, Germany. At full capacity, the stadium can seat 81,365 supporters. The home matches of Atletico Madrid are held at Civitas Metropolitan Stadium, situated in Madrid, Spain. The venue is able to welcome 68,000 fans.

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