Summary

  • Dortmund host double winners Bayern in season curtain-raiser.
  • Sell-out crowd expected at SIGNAL IDUNA PARK.
  • Game sees Götze and Hummels face teams they left this summer.

The curtain comes up on the 2016/17 Bundesliga season with a titanic collision at SIGNAL IDUNA PARK on Sunday when heavyweights Borussia Dortmund and FC Bayern München go toe-to-toe for the new campaign's first piece of silverware, the Supercup.

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bundesliga.com will have all the build-up and take you through to the final whistle and beyond in Dortmund where the game promises to be another unforgettable Der Klassiker.

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All times are CEST

Saturday 13 August

21.55 - Bis Morgen!

That's all from us here at bundesliga.com for now, but check back with us again tomorrow for the full LIVE build-up to the Supercup Klassiker, as well as commentary of the game itself and post-match reactions. Don't forget to head over to Twitter at @Bundesliga_EN to tell us where you're going to watch the game from, using the hashtags #Supercup and #BVBFCB!

21.28 - Ancelotti on point

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang may have been nutmegged by Raphael Guerreiro, but Bayern coach Carlo Ancelotti is taking nothing for granted ahead of Sunday's game.

20:56 - Nuts!

What happened there?!

19:42 - All things Supercup

A reminder to head on over to our special site dedicated to the 2016 Supercup for latest news, exclusive features and much, much more!

You can find it by clicking on 'PLAYERS' at the top of the homepage then scrolling down to 'Supercup 2016/17'. Or, if it's easier, just click here.

18:59 - Touchdown!

18:38 - Best Supercup moments

If your appetite needs further whetting ahead of tomorrow's game, here are ten of the most memorable moments in Supercup history. Well worth a watch!

18:03 - Meanwhile, in Munich...

17:41 - Introducing... Marco and Marc!

17:18 - Here they come!

The players are here...

17:03 - Borussia fans awaiting their heroes

Now that the presser's over, it's time for Dortmund's 2016/17 Bundesliga squad to meet their fans...

16:52 - EURO stars given plenty of rest

Tuchel: "The players who participated at the European Championships have had plenty of time to recharge their batteries."

Raphael Guerreiro helped Portugal win UEFA EURO 2016 in France.

16:42 - More from Tuchel

"It’s a pleasure to train with the players. I won’t be distinguishing between new signings and the rest when I name my starting line-up. We're happy with the squad we have now, but we've only been together as a group for eight days.

"We're very focused in training and we're working very hard. We've got a great attitude."

16:37 - Thomas Tuchel faces the media

The BVB coach has arrived for Borussia's pre-Supercup presser and is taking questions...

16:08 - Ladies and gentleman, presenting...

Borussia Dortmund's team presentation takes place after Tuchel's pre-match press conference at 16:30 CEST. As you can see, the SIGNAL IDUNA PARK is filling up nicely...

16:02 - Arjen on the comeback trail

Click here for more on the news that Arjen Robben is up and running again.

He may be 32 now, but he could still have a big role to play for Ancelotti's Bayern this season...

15:45 - BVB presser at 16:30 CEST

We've already heard from Carlo Ancelotti ahead of the 2016 Supercup, now it's Thomas Tuchel's turn to face the media.

We'll bring you the best bits from Tuchel's press conference in around 45 minutes!

Borussia Dortmund head coach Thomas Tuchel.

15:13 - Excitement building in Dortmund

Just to be clear, guys: The game is tomorrow...! ;-)

14:54 - 'It'll be emotional'

This sort of answers the question below...! Mats Hummels and Mario Götze reveal how they're coping ahead of Sunday's clash:

14:18 - Final preparations

Wonder how Mats is feeling right now...

13:40 - Robben is up and running

It won't be in time to feature in Sunday's Supercup against Borussia Dortmund, but the good news for FC Bayern fans is that kicker are reporting that Arjen Robben has taken another step on his road to recovery after completing running drills this weekend.

Arjen Robben is hoping to be fit in time for Bayern's clash with SV Werder Bremen on Matchday 1.

12:45 - BVB to win 1-0?

Dortmund legend Lars Ricken has backed his former club to beat Bayern on Sunday, but admits it'll be a tight contest.

"Both Bayern and us take the Supercup very seriously," said the 40-year-old, who currently occupies the role of Youth Coordinator at BVB. "Over the past few years the Bundesliga champions haven't usually won it, so maybe that gives us a slight advantage. Obviously we're expecting a very tense game. I think we'll win 1-0."

Read the full interview here.

Lars Ricken was appointed Borussia Dortmund Youth Coordinator in 2008..

12:10 - Rummenigge hits the nail on the head

Cliches are sometimes used a little too often in footballing circles, but we can't disagree with FC Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge's thoughts ahead of the Supercup!

11:35 - Barta in for a breathtaking experience

Stepping out in front of your home crowd for the first time at a new club is always an exceptional experience, but when it's in front of some of the most impassioned fans in the Bundesliga's biggest stadium then get ready to hold onto your socks! Marc Bartra certainly seems to be looking forward to make his competitive debut as a Borussia Dortmund player.

10:55 - Ancelotti in it to win it

Here's a reminder of what new Bayern head coach Carlo Ancelotti had to say about the Supercup - and he means business:

10:00 - Welcome back!

The anticipation is building as we draw ever nearer to Sunday's hotly anticipated Supercup blockbuster between Dortmund and FC Bayern. Stay with us throughout the day for all the build-up to the game that everyone is talking about.