Bayern Munich History
Daily Schmankerl: Neuer “not at all clear,” Coutinho’s agent rules him out, Hargreaves talks about Bayern Fight Club, and Hudson-Odoi arrested
Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said he was cautiously optimistic that Manuel Neuer would soon sign an extension. Neuer himself seemed rather less optimistic.
We talk about the teams that cannot stand each other in today’s article. If you’ve picked your team, it’s time to know your enemy.
Our latest in the Bundesliga Restart Week series, we look at the teams who are fighting for the title.
Turan’s career took an odd, unfortunate twist after his time with Atletico Madrid
Hermann said that Heynckes could even motivate groundsmen with his enthusiasm.
It takes a lot to make the "Special One" shed tears, but Bayern made him do so in 2012.
Interim coach for a single game after Carlo Ancelotti’s dismissal, Willy Sagnol still finds it hard to talk about his exit from Bayern Munich.
With SBNation’s Jersey week coming to a close, we here at BFW thought it would be nice to go through our favorite jerseys of all time. Here are our answers!
We take a look at the five best away kits of Bayern Munich since the club’s promotion to the Bundesliga.
Claudio Pizarro says Guardiola’s the best manager he’s played for, still weighing Bayern’s ambassador offer
Pizarro wants to finish the season with Werder Bremen before he makes a decision on anything.
When we were footballers — Paul Breitner: the elusive rebel who became one of football’s all-time greats
The third installment of "When we were footballers" will tell the story of the complicated left-leaning rebel Paul Breitner.
Another instance of "could have been"? Varane is one of the best center backs in the world today.
How good of a Bayern squad can you make using eleven players from the last decade from eleven different countries?
Rummenigge had a lot to say about some of Bayern’s previous managers in a recent interview.
Javi admitted in a recent interview that he simply cannot remember the biggest matches of his career with Bayern and Spain.
Daily Schmankerl: Bayern declines to confirm interest in Leroy Sané, Jordan Torunarigha’s statement about racism in the Bundesliga, and more!
Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge played very coy about the club’s pursuit of Manchester City’s Leroy Sané. Hertha Berlin’s Jordan Torunarigha spoke out after suffering racist attacks on the pitch in Gelsenkirchen. Read his full statement in English.
Daily Schmankerl: Bayern interest in Havertz waning, Lucio retires, Hertha signs Piatek, Goretzka and Boateng make up, and more!
Bayern Munich legend Lucio has at last called it a career at the age of 41. Hertha has signed Krzysztof Piatek from AC Milan. Woo-yeong Jeong goes Gangnam Style, and Boateng and Goretzka make nice. That and more!
In memory of those who fell victim to National Socialism, Bayern chose to honor their own today.
Maier has no interest in revisiting past quarrels with Hertha Berlin’s new head coach.
Before Bayern Munich’s first game of the new decade, BFW goes back into the history books to look at what went wrong for Jürgen Klinsmann as Bayern’s manager.
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Here are all the versions of BFW’s "Five Bayern Munich games" series!
The fifth edition of this series will cover when Bayern Munich took its first steps into the new millennium and renewed success.
The Dutch youngster scored an extremely important and historic goal in Bayern’s match against Freiburg.
At last, it is official. Uli Hoeness bade farewell to the gathered members of the club at Bayern Munich’s annual general assembly. Herbert Hainer was confirmed as his successor.
Danke für alles, Norbert Eder.
Little transfer market of horrors: When Philipp Lahm almost went to Arminia Bielefeld and Oliver Kahn to Manchester
The turn of the twenty-first century could have been very different for FC Bayern Munich.
Party time for 2020 winners Bayern! @FCBayernEN | #UCLfinal pic.twitter.com/gJ8s89nySC— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) August 24, 2020