As part of the 100th anniversary of SpVgg Lindau, FC Bayern will play a friendly match against the traditional Bavarian club today! This will mark Bayern’s first appearance since it played against SSV Ulm at the stadium’s inauguration in 1934. Now, 85 years later, Bayern is back.
SpVgg Lindau plays in the ninth division and will undoubtedly be happy to match up against the domestic double winners.
You can watch the game here:
Location: Reutiner Straße Stadium, Lindau, Germany
Time: 6:00 pm local time, 12:00 om EST
TV/streaming: You Tube
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Miss the action? Check this out!
Bayern Munich 1, SpVgg Lindau 0
Resul Türkkalesi gave Bayern to a 1-0 lead from a tough angle.
Bayern Munich 2, SpVgg Lindau 0
Paul Will made it 2-0!
Bayern Munich 2, SpVgg Lindau 1
Musa Gaye cut into Bayern’s lead as the hit halftime.
Highlights have ceased on the Bayern accounts, but the game ended 4-2!