Dortmund endured a relatively disappointing 2014/15 campaign and despite going from Bundesliga champions to mid-table fodder in the space of four seasons, supporters have still continued to back their players ahead of the new season.
In a season where manager Jurgen Klopp also left the club, Dortmund managed to boast the highest average attendance across Europe with an average of 80,424 spectators.
"Borussia Dortmund topped the rankings across Europe—ahead of FC Barcelona (77,632), Manchester United (75,335), Real Madrid (73,081) and FC Bayern Munich (72,882)", read a statement on Dortmund's official website.
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Only 93 of the club's 55,000 season ticket holders opted not to renew their subscriptions for next season. The upshot, however, is that 93 people on the waiting list will become members of the Black and Yellow family for the coming season."
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