Monday, 7 September 2009

Borussia Dortmund II v Dynamo Dresden


Borussia Dortmund II 1 Dynamo Dresden 0

Signal-Iduna-Park (Westfalenstadion)
September 7th 2009 9am
 Kick off
Attendance 3,322 (Cap 80,708)
Weather Dry And Mild +19
Ticket Seating 12 Euros
Stadium 5/5
Referee 4/5
Beer 3/5 (Brinkoff No1 Pills 500ml 3.60 Euros)
Dortmund Fans 5/5
Dresden Fans 5/5
Entertainment 4/5
Match Details
My Route By Train
Gutersloh Hbf - Dortmund Hbf 55Mins
Dortmund Hbf - Dortmund West f Halle 15Mins
5 Min Walk To The Stadium

A Fact
After German re-unification in 1990 Dresden was re-named 1. FC Dynamo Dresden. Following the subsequent merger of the East and West German leagues, they played for four years in the top flight Bundesliga, always finishing in the bottom half of the table. A last place finish in 1994-95 led to relegation, compounded by financial problems that saw the club's president imprisoned for fraud. The club was denied a license and sent all the way down to Regionalliga Nordost (III). Dynamo then struggled for some time, at one point falling to the Oberliga Nordost-Süd (IV), before clawing its way back to the 2.Bundesliga in 2004, despite on-going financial problems. Dynamo played there for two seasons, but were relegated to the Regionalliga Nord (III) in 2006. The 2006-07 campaign saw the team involved in the race for promotion early on, but a disappointing second half resulted in only a 7th place finish. In the summer of 2007 the club re-adopted its old East German name to play as SG Dynamo Dresden.From Wikipedia

The No.1 Stadium To Watch Football
Fußballstadion der No.1
1: Signal Iduna Park
"Borussia Dortmund’s ground is a classic. Two huge end terraces (and they are terraces, with the use of safe standing) that fling noise down at the playing area with deafening intensity. This place was built for football and for fans to express themselves.Every European Cup final should be held here. The best atmosphere on the Continent on a game-to-game basis".