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Name: Bayern Munich
Full Name: Fußball-Club Bayern München e. V.
Founded: 27 February 1900
City: Munchen (Munich)
Stadium: Allianz Arena
Capacity: 75,000

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Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V., more commonly known as FC Bayern Munchen, FCB, FC Bayern or in English simply as Bayern Munich, the Bavarian giants are one of the most successful clubs both domestically in Germany but also in European competitions.

Since there formation in 1900, the club have enjoyed a most nothing but success although it wasn’t until 1932 when Bayern Munich won their first national championship.

It was the 1970 when the club quickly moved from a good team to a great team when under the captaincy of Franz Beckenbauer the club dominated Europe with 3 straight (74-76) European Cups. FC Bayern have gone on to win all that there is to win both domestically and in Europe where they have now won the Champions League, the UEFA Cup, the European Cup Winners Cup, the UEFA Super Cup as well as winning the FIFA Club World Cup and the Intercontinental Cup.

Bayern have dominated the Bundesliga ever since its inception which has led them to have numerous rivalry with other big teams in Germany although traditional their main rivals are their city neighbours TSV 1860 Munchen, with whom they share their stadium.

The Allianz Stadium is one of Europe’s premier sporting venues and can hold an impressive 75,000 fans. When Bayern are at home the stadium illuminates in red and when 1860 are at home the stadium illuminate blue.

The clubs traditional playing colours of red and white is often offset with the blue of the Bavarian state.

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FC Bayern

When it comes to the Bundesliga, the topflight football division in the German football pyramid, there are no bigger names and more iconic teams that the Bavarian giants of FC Bayern Munich.

Not only are they the most successful team in German football domestically but they are one of the most successful in European football having won all that there is to win in Germany and in Europe.

That includes multiple Bundesliga titles and DFB Pokal Cup (German version of the FA CUP) wins whilst they also have multiple European Cup/Champions League wins and they have also picked up the European Cup Winners Cup, the UEFA Super Cup, the UEFA Cup.

Their success hasn’t just ended on the European stage as they also have wins in the FIFA Club World Cup and two Intercontinental Cup wins.
That continued success has led to them having a massive fanbase not just in Bavaria but throughout Germany and across the world include many fans right here in the UK.

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The popularity of FC Bayern has also led them to have multiple nicknames including Der FCB (The FCB), Die Bayern (The Bavarians), Stern des Sudens (Star of the South), Die Roten (The Reds) and FC Hollywood.

Bayern Munich have a number of rivalries, as you would expect from been the team to beat in Germany, with their biggest rivalry traditionally been against their city neighbours 1860 Munich but with the downfall of the blue half of the city, a number of over rivalries have become just as important.

Other big rivals include 1. FC Nurnberg, another Bavarian giant who they have had many battles with for titles and trophies.

FC Kaiserslautern have been a rival since the 1970’s whilst they have had rivalries against a number of clubs who been their biggest challenger for titles and trophies at any given period including Borussia Monchengladbach, Hamburger, Werder Bremen and Bayer Leverkusen.

Over the past couple of decades the biggest rivalry for Fc Bayern has been between themselves and Borussia Dortmund who they have been challenging for the title with and who they have had many transfer dealing with.

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History of FC Bayern Munich

As you would more than likely expect from a club the size of FC Bayern, Munich have a long and storied history dating back to their establishment in 1900 but even a club the size of FCB have to start from humble beginnings.

It was members of the Munich gymnastics club (MTV 1879) that founded the club when a vote was made to not allow members, who played football under the clubs banner, to join the German Football Association (DFB).

That saw 11 members of the club quit and create their own football club- Futball-Club Bayern Munchen.

It didn’t take long for hints of the future successes of the club started to show as within a few months they started picking up big wins again local rivals including a 15-0 win against FC Nordstern in their first season and they also reached the semi-final of the South German championship in the 1900-01 season.

In the 1910-11 season, the club joined the newly formed ‘Kreisliga’, the first regional Bavarian league competition and the successes of Bayern continued as they one the first league title.

After stopping play for the first world war, Bayern continued to go from strength to strength by signing there first ever German international, Max Gaberl Gablonsky, and by 1920 the club had over 00 members and were now the biggest club in the region.

Bayern’s first ever national championship came in 1932 when they won the German Championship by defeating Eintracht Frankfurt in the final.

The outbreak of the 2nd world war and the rise of Hitler hit the Bavarian giants hard as there then president and head coach were both Jewish and both had to flee the country. Other’s involved in the club were ‘purged’ and the club was outcast in its community.

That saw the rise of their big rivals, 1860 Munich who were backed by the ruling party and when football returned back to been amateur in the country, the remaining big name players left and moved abroad.

After the war, the club joined the Oberliga Sud, or the southern conference of the German first division but they struggled for the next couple of decades as they changed head coaches often and were related in 1955, although they quickly bounced back and gained promotion before winning the DFB-Pokal (the German version the FA Cup) for the first by defeating Fortuna Dusseldorf in the final.

Despite that success, the clubs struggles continued, their finances became problematic and legal proceedings found their former president Reitlinger guilty of financial irregularities.

Industrialist Roland Endler took over as president and under his leadership, the clubs finances improved and they became much more settled off of the field and things on the field started to improve as well as although they were not chosen to become one of the founding members of the new national league in Germany, the Bundesliga, the soon gained promotion in 1965 when they featured the young talents of Gerd Muller, Sepp Maier, and Franz Beckenbauer.

On the back of those quality youngsters, the club went on to enjoy what is known as the clubs ‘Golden Years’ followed. In their first Bundesliga season, the club won the German cup and finished 3rd in the league table.

That saw them enter a European competition for the first time in the following season Cup Winners Cup where they went on to win their first continental title when they defeated Glasgow Rangers in the final.

The club developed a reputation for themselves as the cup king sin Germany and as an attack minded team but under the stewardship of Brannko Zebec, the team approached games much more defensively and that led to Bayern picking up their first ever league and cup double in 1969.

To make that even more of an impressive feat, the club only used 13 players in that whole season and the club are only 1 of 4 sides to complete the domestic double in Germany.

Success continued into the early 1970’s which helped the club to gain huge crowds at their new Olympiastadion home stadium and they also featured in the first ever match to be televised live in Germany.

It can be argued that the club made their breakthrough on the continental stage in 1974 when they won the European Cup (Champions Cup / Champions League) final for the very time when they defeat Atletico Madrid of Spain to be crowned the champions of Europe.

The club backed up that win by defeating Leeds United of England in the next season’s final before went on to defeat St Etienne of France the next season to be the champions of Europe for 3 years running and to therefore stamp themselves as the domain force on the continent.

The next step was to prove themselves on the world stage and that is something that was achieved when they took on and defeated Cruzeiro of Brazil in the final of the Intercontinental Cup.

The golden era started to wind up by the end of the decade however as stars including Uli Hoeneb, Sepp Maier, Franz Beckenbauer and Gerd Muller either retired or move to the USA for one last big payday whilst winding down.

The 1980’s saw the return of financial problems for the club and that led to on the field struggles although the decade did get off to a strong start when new stars including Paul Breitner and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, given the joint nickname of FC Breitnigge, starred as the club won the 1980 and 81 league titles.

The rest of the decade saw seasons of struggle or success, which was something that continued into the 1990’s as whilst the club continue to win league and cups, they would also go for years without trophies.

That was until 1998 when Ottmar Hitzfeld left Borussia Dortmund, the club big rivals, to take over as manager of FC Bayern and with the strict tactician in charge, success return to Bavaria including league, cup, and continental success.

This led to the club becoming the dominant force in German and one of the giants of the European game once more which is something that the club have managed to continually achieve almost ever since.

This is partly down to been the richest club in a top division and tactic of signing the best players and coaches from their domestic rivals to not only keep themselves at the top of the tree in Germany but to also stop their rivals from catching them.

That has been especially the case between the club and Borussia Dortmund who have proved to be their biggest rivals but whenever they get close to catching them as the top team in Germany, they sign their best player.

That has also been helped by the extra finances made available to the club by the corporate facilities on offer at their incredible new home stadium, the Allianz Arena, which first opened in 2005.

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