2005–06 FC Bayern Munich season

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Bayern Munich
2005–06 season
Manager Felix Magath
Bundesliga 1st
DFB-Pokal Winners
Champions League Round of 16
Top goalscorer League:
Roy Makaay (17)
All:
Roy Makaay (19)
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

FC Bayern Munich won the domestic double, beating Werder Bremen by five points in Bundesliga, and defeating Eintracht Frankfurt 1–0 in the DFB-Pokal final, thanks to a goal from Claudio Pizarro. The season was in spite of that tainted due to a big defeat to Milan in the UEFA Champions League, losing out 5–2 on aggregate in the Last 16. At the end of the season, Bayern signed German football's wonderkid Lukas Podolski from Köln.

Squad[edit]

Goalkeepers[edit]

Defenders[edit]

Midfielders[edit]

Attackers[edit]

Bundesliga[edit]

Matches[edit]

Top Scorers[edit]

Team kit[edit]

Home
Home Alternate
Home Alt. 2
Home Alt. 3
Away
Away Alternate
Third

Reserve team[edit]

Bayern's reserve team were managed by Hermann Gerland and finished 12th in the Regionalliga Süd.

Squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Germany GK Max Grün
Germany GK Markus Grünberger
Germany GK Oliver Hassler
Germany GK Michael Rensing
Germany GK Jan Schlösser
Germany DF Stefano Celozzi
Germany DF Andreas Görlitz
Germany DF Timo Heinze
Germany DF Mats Hummels
Germany DF Markus Husterer (on loan to Eintracht Frankfurt until January)
Germany DF Jan Mauersberger
Germany DF Georg Niedermeier
Germany DF Philipp Rehm
Ghana DF Christian Saba
Germany DF Michael Stegmayer
Paraguay MF Julio dos Santos (signed from Cerro Porteño in January)
No. Position Player
Germany MF Thorsten Fink
Germany MF Stephan Fürstner
Germany MF Michael Görlitz
Germany MF Christopher Krause (signed from Bonner SC in January)
Germany MF Fabian Müller
Germany MF Florian Müller
Bolivia MF José Luis Ortíz
Germany MF Tom Schütz
Germany MF Markus Steinhöfer
Germany MF Rainer Storhas
Germany MF Sandro Wagner
Germany MF Matthias Zimmermann
Austria FW Stefan Maierhofer
Peru FW Paolo Guerrero
Slovenia FW Borut Semler
Austria FW Daniel Sikorski[1]
Turkey FW Deniz Yılmaz[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Sikorski was born in Warsaw, Poland, but was raised in Austria.
  2. ^ Yılmaz was born in Neu-Ulm, West Germany (now Germany).

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