Season-by-Season Results

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Season-by-Season Results Table
Season Squad Country Comp LgRank Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2019-2020Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga4th84312011+91581,365Paco Alcácer, Marco Reus - 5Roman Bürki
2018-2019Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga2nd3423748144+377680,841Paco Alcácer - 18Roman Bürki→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2017-2018Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga4th34151096447+175579,496Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 13Roman Bürki→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2016-2017Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga3rd34181067240+326479,653Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 31Roman Bürki→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2015-2016Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga2nd3424648234+487881,178Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 25Roman Bürki→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2014-2015Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga7th34137144742+54680,424Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 16Roman Weidenfeller→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2013-2014Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga2nd3422578038+427180,297Robert Lewandowski - 20Roman Weidenfeller→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2012-2013Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga2nd3419968142+396680,520Robert Lewandowski - 24Roman Weidenfeller→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2011-2012Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga1st3425638025+558180,521Robert Lewandowski - 22Roman Weidenfeller→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2010-2011Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga1st3423656722+457579,151Lucas Barrios - 16Roman Weidenfeller→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2009-2010Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga5th3416995442+125777,268Lucas Barrios - 19Roman Weidenfeller→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2008-2009Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga6th34151456037+235974,483Alexander Frei - 12Roman Weidenfeller
2007-2008Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga13th341010145062-124072,321Mladen Petrić - 13Marc Ziegler→ UEFA Cup via cup loss
2006-2007Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga9th34128144143-24472,676Alexander Frei - 16Roman Weidenfeller
2005-2006Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga7th341113104542+34674,508Euzebiusz Smolarek - 13Roman Weidenfeller
2004-2005Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga7th34151094744+35570,682Jan Koller - 15Roman Weidenfeller→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish
2003-2004Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga6th34167115948+115579,647Ewerthon, Jan Koller - 16Guillaume Warmuz, Roman Weidenfeller→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish
2002-2003Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga3rd34151365127+245867,894Jan Koller - 13Jens Lehmann→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2001-2002Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga1st3421766233+297065,700Márcio Amoroso - 18Jens Lehmann→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2000-2001Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga3rd34161086242+205863,447Fredi Bobic - 10Jens Lehmann→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
1999-2000Borussia Dortmundde GER1. Bundesliga11th34913124138+34064,629Fredi Bobic - 7Jens Lehmann

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