Thank you for your interest in the BvB London fan community podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of football life with a focus on Borussia Dortmund by talking to experts, fans, and players and coaches.
People, including journalists, who make up the football world including decision-makers and who know the football world and the world of BVB well.
The aim of the podcast is to make Bundesliga, BVB and international football more accessible.
The 22/23 2. Bundesliga season kicks off this coming Friday and to preview the season guest on the podcast is a familiar face for football fans in Germany, Sport 1 football presenter Ralf Bosse.
Ralf Bosse who is also presenter on Sport Radio Deutschland the national sports radio station in Germany has been working as a Bundesliga football presenter for over 25-years and has covered all the major tournaments including Champions League, World Cup and European Championship.
He is a regular presenter for 1. and 2. Bundesliga maches and DFB Pokal and has interviewed many of the good and the great of German football.
Bosse's recent guests include German national team coaches Hansi Flick and Joachim Löw, Marco Rose and Adi Huetter, Borussia Moenchengladbach's Valentino Lazaro and Ghana national coach Otto Addo.
On the podcast, we preview the 2. Bundesliga season ahead looking at which are the teams taking part, who are some of the key coaches and players, which teams are the favourites for promotion and which will be fighting for relegation in the coming season plus how do promotion and relegation work in Germany's second tier.
1. Introducing the league and how it works for promotion and relegation and the Christmas break and what will be different in 22/23.
2. The top half of the table the promotion candidates.
3. The bottom half of the table the relegation candidates.
4. A highlight of the biggest teams in the league including Hamburger SV, Arminia Bielefeld, 1 FC Kaiserslautern, Fortuna Duesseldorf,FC St Pauli Hannover 96 and 1.FC Nuernberg.
5. The teams from the Eastern side of Germany Hansa Rostock and 1 FC Magdeburg.
6. Predictions for the season 22/23 who is going up and who is going down.
7. Key stadiums to visit including classic grounds like the Bielefelder Alm and Kaiserslautern's Betzenberg (Fritz Walter Stadion).
8. Social media
Note: FC St Pauli beat Bayern Munich 1-0 in the league in 2001/2.
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