Sunday, 24 May 2009

FC Isselhorst v SW Marienfeld II

Kreisliga A
 FC Isselhorst 1 SW Marienfeld II 1
An der Lutter
May 23rd 2009 5pm Kick off
Attendance 40
Weather Warm And Sunny + 26 
Ticket Standing Free
Stadium 1/5 
Referee 2/5 
Beer  Krombacher Pills 330ml 1.40 Euros 4/5
Entertainment 1/5
Club Websites
 My Route 
35 Min Cycle










Friday, 22 May 2009

SC Preußen Münster v SC Sportfreunden Lotte


 Westfalenpokal Final
 SC Preußen Münster 3 SC Sportfreunden Lotte 1 aet
Preußenstadion
May 21st 2009 4pm Kick off
Attendance 2,612 (Cap 15,050)
Weather Warm And Sunny + 22 
Ticket Seating 10 Euros
Stadium 4/5 
SC Fans 3/5
Lotte Fans 3/5 (Around 100)
Referee 3/5 
Beer  Krombacher Pills 500ml 2.80 Euros 4/5
Entertainment 4/5
 My Route 
Gutersloh Hbf - Münster Hbf 1Hr 10Mins
7.50 Euro Taxi To The Stadium




























A Fact

  • Football made its debut on German radio in November 1925 with the broadcast of part of the game between Münster and Arminia Bielefeld.
  • On the first ever day of Bundesliga play on August 24, 1963, Preussen Münster's game against Hamburg was the only complete sell out. The team earned another broadcasting first as this was also the first recorded Bundesliga match. The contest ended in a 1:1 draw. From Wikipedia

Sunday, 17 May 2009

Borussia Dortmund v Arminia Bielefeld


Bundesliga 1
Borussia Dortmund 6 Arminia Bielefeld 0
Signal-Iduna-Park
May 16th 2009 3.30pm Kick off
Attendance 80,200 (Cap 80,708)
Weather Warm And Sunny + 22
Ticket Seating 24 Euros
Stadium 5/5
DvB Fans 5/5
Arminia Fans 5/5 (Around 5,000)
Referee 4/5
Beer ? 500ml 3.40 Euros 3/5
Entertainment 5/5
Club Websites
Match Details
My Route
Gutersloh Hbf - Dortmund Hbf 55Mins
Dortmund Hbf - Dortmund West f Halle 15Mins
5 Min Walk To The Stadium























A Fact
At the 1974 World Cup, Zaire, Scotland, Sweden, Brazil and runners-up Holland played their first round matches at the Westfalenstadion. Dortmund`s football fever was back. This enthusiasm, that ruled the glorious years of the 1950s and 1960s, flared back up during the days of the World Cup and not only carried over to the matches but, also to the 2nd Bundesliga. Often more than 45,000 fans attended the BVB matches, approximately three times as many as at the "Rote Erde" stadium. BVB benefitted from its new stadium immensely. In June 1976, BVB returned to the Bundesliga and celebrated its comeback on the European stage in 1983. They won the German Cup (DFB Pokal) in 1989, the German Championship in 1995, 1996 and 2002 and reached three European finals. In 1997 they won one of these; the most important against Juventus Turin in the 1997 UEFA Champions League. From DvB.de