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Formed back in 1900, Borussia Monchengladbach currently stands as one of the most successful, popular and fan-followed German football franchises of our time. Presently, the team plays as the members of Bundesliga where they started their play back in 1965. With the acquisition of five league championships during the 70s decade, the team went on to enjoy huge amount of on field and off field success which translated into increased fan support. Each year, Monchengladbach attracts a large number of its fans to the stadium which is why the demand for Borussia Monchengladbach tickets grows substantially.
Currently the team plays its home games at the Borussia Park which has the capacity of holding 54,057 football fans. The team has been calling it its home field since 2004. Prior to Borussia Park, the team has been playing its home games at the Bokelbergstadion. As of February 2012, Borussia Monchengladbach stands as the sixth biggest German football club.
It was in 1900 when the formation of Borussia Monchengladbach took place by the name of FC Borussia. By the year 1912, the team was finally able to be playing in the Verbandsliga, which at that time was the highest division of football that the team could play in. The year 1914 saw the purchase of the ground, De Kull, which made way for the Bokelbergstadion to be constructed. However, since the World War I broke out around that time, the construction of the stadium was halted and so were the proceedings of the team.
The team took the football field once again in 1917 and almost two years later in 1919 the team decided to merge up with another football club called Turnverein Germania 1889. Following the merger, the newly formed team was named VfTuR M.Gladbach. As a newly formed franchise, the first ever major achievement came to the club following its win against Kolner BC to win the final of Westdeutschen Meisterschaft. The merger, however, lasted only for two years.
Few weeks after Borussia Monchengladbach claimed a win in West German Cup against 1.FC Koln, they went on to claim their first ever national championship after defeating Karlsruher SC in the finals of DFB-Pokal. Around the time when the Bundesliga was formed in 1963, the team played in second Tier of Regionalliga West, because the records of their previous decades weren’t up to the mark. Borussia Monchengladbach didn’t enjoy the taste of playing in the Bundesliga up until 1965. Around that time the team went into bitter rivalry with Bayern Munich, as they fought for the regional supremacy around that time.
Over the next few decades, the financial condition of the team depreciated a lot which made it sell many of its key players. Quite recently with the construction of its new state of the art facility, Borussia intends to improve its financial situation immensely. Since for the past few years, team has been playing in considerably smaller venues, the opening of Borussia Park could mean in increased sales of Borussia Monchengladbach tickets.