Introduction “You’ll never walk alone”
“You'll never walk alone” - you don't go your way alone: This is not only one of the songs with which the fans get “their” team in the mood for the home game in Dortmund, but also what is lived in the club: Nobody has to go his way alone or is left alone - no matter in what a difficult situation he finds himself in.
Hello, I'm René, 51 years old and the chairman of the Temple Freaks. I would like to share with you a little bit about the story of how Borussia Dortmund became my favorite club and how the "Freaks" came up.
Jo Marie is 22 years old, born with multiple handipcaps and she has to rely on help in her daily life. At 17, she discovered her love for BVB. Everything started to revolve uniquely around players, football and broadcast times. Birthdays and Christmas presents were all BVB presents. A BVB birthday cake, BVB dishes and garlands. The world turned black and yellow. A autistic girl with spectrum disorder and selective mutism was suddenly speaking. Whether somebody declared himself a BVB fan through his clothing or whether Jo was addressed because of her way of dressing. Autism - mutism- what is that? Suddenly, she held discussions with bearded men with long hair and tabooed bikers or people driving in a Mercedes with designer clothes, Bavaria fans and doctors. For Jo-Marie, BVB opened the door to her very personal Narnia!