First set of dates for pre-season confirmed

After a summer break of seven weeks, the Foals will kick off their preparations for the 2024/25 season in the second week of July. The first set of dates for the new season have now been confirmed.

Borussia will begin pre-season on Wednesday, 10th July. On the two days before that, the Foals will undergo obligatory medical examinations at BORUSSIA-PARK.

From Friday, 26th July until Friday, 2nd August, Gladbach will once again stay at the Althoff Seehotel Überfahrt in Rottach-Egern for their summer training camp.

On Saturday, 10th August and Sunday, 11th August, BORUSSIA-PARK will host a season-opening weekend with a friendly match, a colourful programme of events, a family day and Jünter Day, presented by Borussia’s new main sponsor Reuter.

The following weekend will see the first round of the DFB-Pokal take place. The draw for this will be held this Saturday (from 18:00 CEST) during ARD-Sportschau. The first Bundesliga matchday will run from Friday 23rd until Sunday 25th August.

First dates for the 2024/25 season

  • Wednesday, 10th July: Training begins at BORUSSIA-PARK
  • Friday, 26th July to Friday, 2nd August: Training camp at Tegernsee
  • Saturday, 10th and Sunday, 11th August: Start-of-the-season weekend with a friendly match, programme of events, family day and Jünter Day
  • Friday, 16th to Monday, 19th August: First round of the DFB-Pokal
  • Friday, 23rd to Sunday, 25th August: Matchday 1 of the Bundesliga


Switzerland defeat Hungary in opening EUROs game

The Swiss national team kicked off their EURO 2024 campaign with a 3-1 win over Hungary in Cologne. Gladbach centre-half Nico Elvedi was an unused substitute, but former Foals made a key contribution to the victory.


Tobias Sippel extends his contract until 2025

Borussia Mönchengladbach and Tobias Sippel have agreed to extend his contract by a further year until 30th June 2025.


Foals involved in the EUROs, Copa América, and Paris Olympics

While the majority of Gladbach’s players are able to put their feet up now that the season is over, a number of the Foals are in the midst of preparing for major tournaments with their respective national sides.