BVB have made it known that they’re yearning for Fans to return to their ground Prior to the Covid-19 crisis which has called a halt to the Year.

Borussia Dortmund have expressed how much they’re missing their supporters by enjoying their ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ anthem at full volume to a vacant Signal Iduna Park as the conflict contain the spread of coronavirus persists.

The 2019-20 football season was suspended indefinitely in Germany, Italy, Spain, England, and France as a result of a global pandemic that has caused 10,406 deaths thus far.

A range of European and domestic fittings was staged behind closed doors originally before all suits were suspended until April at the earliest according to government information regarding public events with 1000 attendees or more.

Dortmund’s final outing before the enforced break came in a vacant Parc des Princes against Paris Saint-Germain at a Champions League last-16 tie on March 11, as they crashed out of the competition after losing 3-2 on aggregate.

Lucien Favre’s side have not played in front of their own fans at Westfalenstadion since February 29, and it seems unlikely that Bundesliga soccer will be resuming anytime soon.

BVB have injected some background sound into their home site in an attempt to increase the spirits of everyone involved with the club, releasing a movie via social media on Friday to allow fans to understand that their absence hasn’t gone unnoticed.

Ex-Borussia Dortmund celebrity Jakub Blaszczykowski declared he’s given $87,000 to the struggle against coronavirus through his”Ludzki Gest” base on Friday morning.

“There is a major challenge ahead of us. We must tackle it together.

Meanwhile, Germany international duo Leon Goretzka and Joshua Kimmich have put up an internet platform called to contribute $1 million to people affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

A statement on the newly formed site reads:”As professional footballers, we lead a healthy and privileged life. We, therefore, feel obliged to take on duty in this challenging time.

“Each and every one of us can make sure that the coronavirus doesn’t propagate further, but only together can we do our part to assist society to recuperate.

“Together with #WeKickCorona we want to help people who help others and make our contribution to ensuring that our society is as strong and diverse as before, even after the catastrophe.”​