DFB Cup on TV: Dortmund against labor live

DFB Cup on TV: Dortmund against labor live

The DFB Cup is regularly one of the most exciting football tournaments of the season for a number of reasons. Not only do smaller clubs have the really big ones as guests and can also show how committed you can kick the ball, there can always be surprises. Last season Rot-Weiss-Essen almost reached the final and Holstein Kiel even kicked FC Bayern out of the tournament.

Reason enough to watch the DFB Cup. Today top club Dortmund plays against SV Wehen from Wiesbaden. All information about football broadcasts can be found here.

Watch Dortmund vs SV Wehen on TV

DFB-Pokal im TV: Dortmund gegen Wehen live

Who is broadcasting the DFB Cup this season? Again, various providers have divided the rights among themselves: pay-TV provider Sky is just as involved as streaming service DAZN, both of which hold exclusive rights to games. There are also various channels on free TV: ARD, ZDF and Sport1 each show a few live games.

The game between Dortmund and SV Wehen will be broadcast exclusively by Sky. With the Sky Ticket you can easily stream the game live. It starts at 8.30 p.m.

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Third division soccer club SV Wehen Wiesbaden is looking forward to the cup game against defending champions Borussia Dortmund with a lot of optimism and anticipation. "We know that a really good caliber is coming our way. But we also know that there is always a small chance and that's exactly what we want to use," said Wehen coach Rüdiger Rehm on Thursday. That's why he doesn't want to let the BVB game be forced on him on Saturday, but wants to be dominant himself. "We're already in competition mode, we want to take advantage of that. That's our little plus," said Rehm, who has plenty of staff to draw from.

At Borussia Dortmund, the feared further corona cases did not materialize. As the Bundesliga soccer club announced on Thursday, all PCR tests carried out in the morning were negative. This means that the game at third division club SV Wehen Wiesbaden is not at risk. BVB had reported two corona cases with Julian Brandt and Thomas Meunier on Tuesday. Both professionals have been in domestic isolation since then.