The stage is set for this Saturday’s ‘Der Klassiker’ between title contenders FC Bayern München and Borussia Dortmund with the Allianz Arena providing the perfect platform for one of the most anticipated matches in world football this season.
- Over 200 broadcasters showing one of the biggest matches in world football
- Enhanced TV coverage to bring fans closer to the game
- Clubs, Bundesliga and broadcast partners join forces to organise global celebrations
The 100th duel between both clubs is a fitting milestone in what is being deemed the most important match between the clubs in recent years. With only two points separating top team Dortmund from second placed Bayern, fans in 205 countries across the world will be able to experience ‘Football As It’s Meant To Be’ live in to this decisive fixture thanks to over 65 Bundesliga broadcasters.
Fans need not worry about missing any of the action, with a truly stellar broadcast production ready to bring fans closer to the game. As football’s innovation leader, the Bundesliga will be rolling out the latest technology to ensure every minute of this crucial game is covered.
25 cameras will capture all the on-field drama, with additional insights also provided by the likes of corner flag cams, unique to the Bundesliga, drones for spectacular overhead shots, and a remote-controlled mini ultra-slow-motion camera to be used to capture goals, shots and the emotions of players around the game’s defining moments.
The global TV production will once again use Augmented Reality technology to illustrate various graphics such as the team line-ups and statistics, while 16 broadcasters from around the globe will be going live from inside the stadium.
Those looking to share the excitement with fellow fans will be able to visit thousands of cafés and bars across the world who will be showing the match. In addition, over 50 official Viewing Parties have been organised by the clubs, media partners and the Bundesliga.
In Mexico City, Bundesliga legend and title winner Pavel Pardo will be the centre of attention at the Bundesliga Experience event. In addition to a Viewing Party, several other activities will be organised across the weekend, including mini-tournaments and coaching sessions from German clubs.
Several other large-scale events are being organised across the world by clubs in locations such as Houston, USA, the metropoles of New Delhi, India, Jakarta, Indonesia, Dubai, UAE and Beijing, China, as well as Warszawa in Poland.
Around these viewings, family friendly activities will take place, including football tournaments, coaching sessions and the guest appearance of some of the players who have played central roles in Klassiker’s down the years.
As part of bringing together fans of both teams from across the world, fan reactions from these official parties will be captured and shared on both the Bundesliga’s and the clubs’ official social media channels on the matchday. To supplement this buzz, a select group of the world’s top social media influencers, including Vanessa Huppenkothen and Rannvijay Singha, will also be posting live from the game in München.