Borussia Dortmund Moroccan Supporters Fanclub

  • Founding Year: 2015
  • Based in (City, Country): Casablanca, Morocco
  • Number of Members: 135
  • Head of Fan Club: Damani Belaid
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    What's your History?

    Borussia Dortmund Supporters fan club in Morocco"", also known as ""Die Marokkanner Borussen"", was created in the 08/11/2015 to combine the many supporters of Borussia Dortmund from the different parts of Morocco. We became an official Borussia Dortmund fanclub in the 18/01/2018. We are actually considered as the most active fanclub in Morocco, with 6 national meetings organized so far, and 3 participations in the European Teams Fanclubs tournament. We also attended the Christmas Party 2 times following an invitation from Borussia Dortmund, it was an opportunity to meet there a lot of BVB players and staff, and to make friendships and partnerships with many BVB fanclubs. We are planning in the near future to take part in some social activities. Our main objective was always to represent Borussia Dortmund in our country the best way.

    Why do you love BVB?

    Personally, and I think, most of us found out about Borussia Dortmund in the 2010-2011 season. Back then, the Bundesliga was streamed for free in an arabic channel, so we used to watch Dortmund's games every week, under Jurgen Klopp and his golden generation, and the love for the club has grown over the years. The mean reason that makes you start supporting BVB is their fans, the atmosphere they make in every home game at the Signal Iduna Park, the continuous support no matter the result, the sound and cheers you hear after the team scores, and the yellow wall bouncing and celebrating together with the players in the end.. It's hard not to fall in love with this team. The culture of the club is another reason to love BVB.

    In Dortmund, it's not about trophies and money, it's about the passion.

    Also, the club always takes clear stance against racism and any type of discrimination.

    Borussia Verbindet"" slogan says it all: all generations, men and women of all nations are united by Borussia.

    What's your most memorable BVB-Moment?

    Felipe Santana's last minute goal vs. Malaga in the 2012/2013 Champions League quarter-final, that sealed us a dramatic comeback and the qualification into the next round. We rewatched that goal several times, and we can remember every word the commentator said after the goal, and whenever we think about that moment, it still gives us goosebumps.

    Where do you watch our matches?

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