Is it possible to link the Olympic Games from Beijing to Dortmund? Yes, if the content features the BVB players in a fun vibe.
Niklas, a coach from the BVB Academy, visited Hokkaido. It was a chance to bridge the gap between Germany and Japan.
Two of the hottest star of the moment – Erling Haaland and Jude Bellingham – gather to wish BVB Korean fans a Happy New Year.
Noah is a special BVB fan. He’s German, he speaks Japanese and he shared the BVB’s perspective of a Bundesliga match to fans from Japan.
What if a BVB player could be a Korean Trot singer? Borussia Dortmund and South Korea come together in one Facebook post.
Emma enjoyed a nice tour of Tokyo, going through the landscape of the city. BVB’s mascot couldn’t be happier!
April 16th provided a new point of contact between Dortmund and Morioka, Iwate. Emma’s birthday featured a special message from Japan.
To bridge the gap with the Japanese fans, Emma – the BVB’s mascot – sent a message to all the Borussia Dortmund fans in Japan.
Two BVB players, one country and eight questions: Julian Brandt and Manuel Akanji talked through Japan and its traditions.
Knowing German might be useful at Borussia Dortmund’s games: Marcel Schmelzer helped the Japanese fans learn some terms.