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News from around the FC Bayern Campus: Frauen, U-19, and U-17 updates

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The draws for the DFB Pokal First Round for the Frauen and the U19s have taken place. Also, what are Miroslav Klose’s preseason plans with the U17s?

FC Bayern Campus Photo by Andreas Gebert/picture alliance via Getty Images

There’s a bunch of news from out of the FC Bayern Campus to bring you about the Frauen, U19s, and U17s. In recent weeks, I’m sure you’ve noticed an uptick in coverage of the Bayern Frauen, Bayern II, and other various youth sides. While it’s nearly impossible for many of us to view the games, we’ll continue to do our best to bring you updates.


2019-2020 DFB-Pokal Frauen first-round draw

If you’re unfamiliar with the DFB-Pokal Frauen, here’s a brief explainer. This year, the twelve Bundesliga clubs gets a bye in the first round along with the top three 2.Bundesliga finishers. Like the men’s DFB Pokal, reserve sides cannot compete. This means that Bayern will not be participating in the first round; however, they will keep an eye out for their potential second-round opponent. Last season, Bayern were knocked out in the semifinals by the eventual winners, Wolfsburg.

Full Draw

Hamburg vs Union Berlin
RB Leipzig vs BV Cloppenberg
Borrusia Bocholt vs Viktoria 1889 Berlin
TuS Schwachhausen vs SV Berghofen
HSG Warnemunde vs FSV Gutersloh 2009
Madeburger FFC vs Holstein Kiel
FSV Babelsberg 74 vs Wolddorfer SV Hamburg
Eintracht Braunschweig vs Arminia Bielefeld
SV Gottelborn vs SG 99 Andernach
SV Holzbach vs Nürnberg
FFV Erfurt vs FC Saarbrucken
Hegauer FV vs Ingolstadt
Forstern vs FFC Niederkirchen
Eintracht Frankfurt vs SV Hegnach 1947 e.V.
Fortuna Köln vs FSV Hessen Wetzlar
SV 67 Winberg vs Karlsruher SC
TuS Worrstadt vs FC Monchengladbach


2019-20 DFB-Pokal Junior first-round draw

Martin Demichelis’s U19 side has learned their fate with the draw for the DFB-Pokal Junior tournament. The Bavarians will travel to Wolfsburg in the opening round. Last season, Bayern was knocked out in the Round of 16 by the eventual champions, Stuttgart.

Full Draw

SSV Ulm 1846 vs Hoffenheim
FK Pirmassens vs VfL Bochum
Hallescher FC vs St. Pauli
Rot-Weiss Erfurt vs Schalke 04
SC Borgfeld vs Bayer Leverkusen
SG 2000 Mulheim-Karlich vs Dynamo Dresden
Energie Cottbus vs Hertha BSC
Ingolstadt vs Freiburg
Kickers Offenbach vs Borussia Monchengladbach
Hansa Rostock vs Jahn Regensburg
SV Elversberg vs Stuttgart
FC Koln vs Mainz 05
Fortuna Dusseldorf vs Hannover 96
Holstein Kiel vs Werder Bremen
Wolfsburg vs Bayern Munich
Borussia Dortmund vs RB Leipzig


Miroslav Klose is back for another season with the U17s after turning down a promotion to the U19 squad. He’s set to tackle another season in the B-Juniors Bundesliga Sud/Sudwest with a relatively young squad. Last season, Bayern won the division before being eliminated in the Semifinals by eventual U17 Bundesliga champion FC Köln.

Johannes Schenk, Roman Reinelt, Gabriel Marusic, David Herold, Angelo Brückner, Leon Fust, Luca Denk, Behar Neziri, Nemanja Motika, and Yusuf Kabadayi are returning from last season’s team.

The following players were promoted from Bayern’s U16 side: Nick Salihamidzic (he has a rather famous father, if you didn’t know), Lucas Copado, Dominik Auerhammer, Justin Janitzek, Grant-Leon Mamedova, Frans Krätzig, Gabriel Vidovic, Liam Barakat, Giancarlo Lore, Younes Aitamer, Ibrahim Madougou, Pepe Brekner, Brandon Happi-Monthe, Marcel Wenig.

Two players from Bayern’s U15 team have been promoted to the U17s: Benjamin Dibrani and Tom Hulsmann.

New additions to the club include Jamal Musiala and Bright Arrey-Mbi from Chelsea and Christos Evangelou from SpVgg Unterhaching.

Preseason Schedule

7/13: Friendly against Rot-Weiss Erfurt (Canceled)
7/17: Friendly against Tennis Borussia Berlin
7/20: Friendly against Union Berlin
7/27-8/2: Training camp
7/28: Friendly against AKA Tirol
7/31: Friendly against FC Basel
8/3: Friendly against Ingolstadt
8/10: Bundesliga opener against Greuther Furth


Bayern II pose for a team photo