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About Borussia Dortmund vs FC Barcelona Tickets 2023/24

When FC Barcelona are in town, you can be sure of a fanfare. Clearly, Borussia Dortmund have no problems selling out their amazing Signal Iduna Park stadium whenever they are in action, but access to tickets when the giants from Catalonia are in town is going to be very scarce indeed.

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Borussia Dortmund, though clearly with less top tier UEFA titles than their opponents, are no stranger to success in Europe. They have regularly reached the latter stages of both the European Cup and the UEFA Champions League and will be looking to do so again this season.

Their first foray into the European Cup came in 1956/57 when they lost to Manchester United in the First Round, and the following season, they got to the Quarter-Finals, where they were thumped by AC Milan 5-2 on aggregate.

By 1963/64, they had edged a little further, getting to the Semi-Finals, where they met Inter Milan. Two goals from Franz Brungs earned Die Borussen a 2-2 draw to take to the San Siro, where they were duly beaten 2-0 by the eventual winners.

It took more than thirty years for the club to return to the competition, and in 1995/96, they negotiated a path through the group phase before facing Ajax in the Quarter-Finals, where they went down 3-0 on aggregate.

The following season, Ottmar Hitzfeld led the team to a first UEFA Champions League title following a great run in the competition. They finished second in their group behind Atletico Madrid with a healthy 13-point haul.

They then eased past French side Auxerre to set up a mouthwatering Semi-Final with Manchester United and performed wonderfully well to win both legs 1-0 to set up a final with Juventus in Munich.

They were by no means favourites to win, but German international Karl-Heinz Riedle, who would go on to sign for Liverpool, scored twice in a five-minute spell to put Dortmund in control.

Alessandro Del Piero pulled a goal back for Juventus, but within six minutes, substitute Lars Ricken had reestablished a two-goal lead to secure a 3-1 victory.

That success was no flash in the pan. The following year, the defending title holders got all the way to the Semi-Finals, beating Bayern Munich along the way before losing to Real Madrid.

2012/13 saw Jurgen Klopp’s side once again reach the UEFA Champions League Final, this time after beating Real Madrid in an exciting Semi-Final, which Borussia Dortmund triumphed 4-3 on aggregate.

They then took on Bayern Munich in an all-German clash at Wembley Stadium. After a goalless first half, Mario Mandzukic put Munich ahead on the hour mark before Ilkay Gundogan netted a penalty to level eight minutes later.

Jupp Heynckes’ side had the upper hand and were thwarted on a number of occasions before Dutch winger Arjen Robben scored the winner after 88 minutes.

Borussia Dortmund have struggled to hit those heights in European competition and have regularly found themselves some way off the pace in the Bundesliga while also seeing a number of their top stars leaving for pastures new.

FC Barcelona have won six European Cup/UEFA Champions League titles as of 2023, and their success is part of the reason that they are one of the biggest teams in the global game, with a fanbase stretching to all corners of the globe.

Winning that first top tier title was something of a challenge, though. In their first European Cup adventure, they lost to Real Madrid in the Semi-Finals in 1959/60, with their Spanish rivals going on to once again win the title, Indeed, Los Blancos won the first five editions of the tournament.

Barcelona were actually the first team to knock out Real Madrid from the competition, doing so in the Second Round in 1960/61 before meeting Benfica in the final, which they lost 3-2 in Bern, Switzerland.

It took another 25 years to reach another final, which they did under the reign of English manager Terry Venables. They went into the 1985/86 European Cup Final against Steaua Bucharest as the heavy favourites, but they were unable to break down their Romanian opponents, and 120 goalless minutes led the way to a penalty shoot-out that saw all four of Barca’s first four penalties all being saved, leading them to lose in the final once again. In 1991/92, under Johan Cruyff, the spell was broken. Barcelona defeated Sampdoria at Wembley Stadium thanks to a long-range free-kick from Ronald Koeman. Two years later, defeat came calling again, this time via a 4-0 thrashing by AC Milan in Athens.

The club’s first UEFA Champions League success came in 2006 when Frank Rijkaard’s side defeated ten-man Arsenal 2-1 in Paris. On that occasion, a young Argentine by the name of Lionel Messi had started to make an impact, though he did miss the final.

He went on to be pivotal in the club’s three successes between 2009 and 2015. The first two of these came at the hands of Manchester United in Rome and London, with Messi scoring in both their 2-0 win in 2009 and their 3-1 success in 2011.

Under Luis Enrique, FC Barcelona made light work of Juventus to win the 2014/15 UEFA Champions League, the La Liga side’s sixth crown.

Borussia Dortmund vs FC Barcelona Head-to-Head

These two teams have surprisingly met in just one European campaign thus far, and that came in the group stage of the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League.

The two sides played out a goalless draw in Germany before Barcelona won 3-1 at Camp Nou thanks to goals from Luis Suarez, Lionel Messi, and Antoine Griezmann, with Jadon Sancho scoring a consolation goal for the visitors.

Borussia Dortmund vs FC Barcelona Connections

Quite a few players have worn the colours of Borussia Dortmund and Barcelona; these include forward Paco Alcacer, winger Ousmane Dembele, defender Marc Bartra and versatile Spaniard Sergio Gomez.

By some distance, though, the most successful talent to play for both teams is Polish goal machine Robert Lewandowski.

The deadly finisher moved to Borussia Dortmund from Lech Poznan in 2010, and over the course of four seasons, he scored an astonishing 103 goals in 187 games, twice winning the Bundesliga in the process.

He then left to join arch-rivals Bayern Munich, where he proved even more prolific, netting 344 goals in just 375 games across his eight seasons at the Allianz Arena.

Lewandowski then moved to Barcelona under manager Xavi and proved he can score in any league in the world, netting 33 goals in his first campaign, during which the Camp Nou side won the La Liga title.

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Where do Borussia Dortmund vs FC Barcelona matches take place?

Anytime Borussia Dortmund play as the home team, the match takes place at Signal Iduna Park (Westfalenstadion) in Dortmund, Germany. There's room for 81,365 spectators in the stadium. The home matches of FC Barcelona are held at Estadi Olímpic Lluis Companys, situated in Barcelona, Spain. The venue can accommodate 55,926 spectators.

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