List of FC Bayern Munich records and statistics

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This list has details on FC Bayern Munich records and statistics.

Coaches[edit]

Until 1963[edit]

Information on the club's coaches before the Bundesliga era is hard to come by. The information as given in the following table is compiled from the book Die Bayern by Dietrich Schulze-Marmeling.[1] Some of the coaches, especially in the club's early years, are only referenced cursory, leading to unknown dates of tenure and in a few cases it is even questionable whether the list is exhaustive.

Coach Period Titles
from until
Netherlands Dr. Willem Hesselink 1903 (?) ?
England Taylor 1907 ?
England Dr. Hoer 1909 1911
England Taylor 1911
England Charles Griffiths 1911 1912
England Billy Townley 1914
England Billy Townley 1919 1921
Hungary Izidor Kürschner 1921 1922
Scotland Jim McPherson 1925 (?) 1927
Hungary Konrad Weiß 1927 ?
Hungary Kalman Konrad ?
Austria Richard "Dombi" Kohn 1931 1933 1 Championship
Germany Dr. Michalke 1936 1937
Germany Richard Högg 1945 1946
Germany Josef Pöttinger 1946 1947
Germany Alv Riemke (caretaker) 1947
Germany Franz Dietl 1947 1948
Germany Alv Riemke 1948 1950
England David Davidson 1950 1951
Germany Alv Riemke 1951 1951
Germany Max Schäfer 1951 1953
Germany Georg Bayerer 1953 1954
Germany Georg Knöpfle 1954
Germany Jakob Streitle 1954 1955
Germany Bertl Moll 1955 1956
Germany Willibald Hahn 1956 1958 1 Cup
Germany Bertl Moll (caretaker) 1958
Austria Adolf Patek 1958 1961
Germany Helmut Schneider 1961 1963

Since 1963[edit]

In contrast to the pre-Bundesliga era a list of coaches since the inception of the national league (Bundesliga) in 1963 is readily available on the club's website.[2] Felix Magath (in 2005), Ottmar Hitzfeld (in 2008), Louis van Gaal (in 2010), and Jupp Heynckes (in 2013) were awarded the title of German Football Manager of the Year for their work at Bayern. In 2001 Hitzfeld was awarded UEFA Coach of the Year and the IFFHS World's Best Club Coach titles. Also in 2013 Heynckes was awarded FIFA World Coach of the Year and the IFFHS World's Best Club Coach titles.

No. Coach Period League Record Major
Titles
Titles
from until days P W D L GF GA
1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zlatko Čajkovski 01/07/63 30/06/68 1096 102 52 18 32 211 170 3 2 Cup, 1 European Cup Winners Cup
2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Branko Zebec 01/07/68 13/03/70 621 58 32 14 12 117 56 2 1 Championship, 1 Cup
3 Germany Udo Lattek 14/03/70 02/01/75 1756 163 102 33 28 424 202 5 3 Championships, 1 Cup, 1 European Champions Cup
4 Germany Dettmar Cramer 16/01/75 01/12/77 1051 101 40 27 34 205 180 3 2 European Champions Cup, 1 Intercontinental Cup
5 Hungary Gyula Lorant 02/12/77 28/02/79 454 38 16 10 12 72 57 0
6 Hungary Pal Csernai 01/03/79 16/05/83 1538 147 87 31 29 346 173 4 2 Championships, 1 Cup, 1 Super Cup
7 Germany Reinhard Saftig 17/05/83 30/06/83 45 3 1 1 1 7 7 0
8 Germany Udo Lattek 01/07/83 30/06/87 1461 136 82 35 19 313 141 5 3 Championships, 2 Cups
9 Germany Jupp Heynckes 01/07/87 08/10/91 1561 148 82 40 26 303 157 4 2 Championships, 2 Super Cups
10 Denmark Søren Lerby 09/10/91 11/03/92 155 15 4 5 6 23 23 0
11 Germany Erich Ribbeck 12/03/92 27/12/93 656 65 31 20 14 137 89 0
12 Germany Franz Beckenbauer 07/01/94 30/06/94 175 14 9 2 3 26 14 1 1 Championship
13 Italy Giovanni Trapattoni 01/07/94 30/06/95 365 34 15 13 6 43 25 0
14 Germany Otto Rehhagel 01/07/95 27/04/96 302 30 18 4 8 58 37 0
15 Germany Franz Beckenbauer 29/04/96 30/05/96 63 3 1 0 2 6 7 1 1 UEFA Cup
16 Italy Giovanni Trapattoni 01/07/96 30/06/98 730 68 29 20 9 137 81 3 1 Championship, 1 Cup, 1 League Cup
17 Germany Ottmar Hitzfeld 01/07/98 30/06/04 2192 204 128 41 35 425 181 11 4 Championships, 2 Cups, 3 League Cups, 1 Champions League, 1 Intercontinental Cup
18 Germany Felix Magath 01/07/04 31/01/07 945 87 56 18 13 174 87 5 2 Championships, 2 Cups, 1 League Cup
19 Germany Ottmar Hitzfeld 01/02/07 30/06/08 516 49 30 12 7 91 39 3 1 Championship, 1 Cup, 1 League Cup
20 Germany Jürgen Klinsmann 01/07/08 27/04/09 300 29 16 6 7 59 37 0
21 Germany Jupp Heynckes 27/04/09 31/05/09 35 5 4 1 0 12 5 0
22 Netherlands Louis van Gaal 01/07/09 10/04/11 648 63 35 17 11 133 66 3 1 Championship, 1 Cup, 1 Super Cup
23 Netherlands Andries Jonker 10/04/11 30/06/11 62 5 4 1 0 20 5 0
24 Germany Jupp Heynckes 30/06/11 1/06/13 721 68 52 8 8 175 40 4 1 Super Cup, 1 Championship, 1 Champions League, 1 Cup
25 Spain Pep Guardiola 26/06/13 545 - - - - - - 4 1 Championship, 1 Cup, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 1 FIFA Club World Cup

Presidents[edit]

Former President Uli Hoeneß
Former player, manager, and president Franz Beckenbauer

At the club's founding Franz John was appointed as the first president. The current president, Karl Hopfner, is Bayern's 34th president with several presidents having multiple spells in office (counted separately.)[3]

Era President
1900–1903 Franz John
1903–1906 Willem Hesselink
1906–1907 Kurt Müller
1907–1913 Angelo Knorr
1913–1914 Kurt Landauer
1914–1915 Fred Dunn
1915 Hans Tusch
1915 Fritz Meier
1916 Hans Bermühler
1916–1919 Fritz Meier
1919–1921 Kurt Landauer
1921–1922 Fred Dunn
1922–1933 Kurt Landauer
1933–1934 Siegfried Hermann
1934–1935 Karl-Heinz Oettinger
1935–1937 Richard Amesmeier
1937–1938 Franz Nußhardt
1938–1943 Franz Kellner
1943–1945 Josef Sauter
1945 Franz Xaver Heilmannseder
1945 Josef Bayer
1945–1947 Siegfried Hermann
1947–1951 Kurt Landauer
1951–1953 Julius Scheuring
1953–1955 Adolf Fischer
Karli Wild
Hugo Theisinger
1955–1958 Alfred Reitlinger
1958–1962 Roland Endler
1962–24.04.1979 Wilhelm Neudecker
24.04.1979–09.10.1985 Willi O. Hoffmann
09.10.1985–07.10.1994 Fritz Scherer
07.10.1994–28.11.2009 Franz Beckenbauer
28.11.2009–13.03.2014 Uli Hoeneß
13.03.2014–02.05.2014 Herbert Hainer
02.05.2014– Karl Hopfner

Honours[edit]

Bayern has won 63 major trophies.[4]

National titles (52)[edit]

International titles (11)[edit]

Bayern is one of only four clubs to have won all three major European competitions and the only one of them who won also the Club World Cup. Bayern are also the last club to have won the European Cup three times in a row, entitling them to wear a multiple-winner badge during Champions League matches.

  • UEFA Super Cup
    • Winner (1): 2013 (German record)
    • Finalist (1): 1974 (did not play) (that year the European Super Cup was not played because could not find a mutually convenient date for the match.)
    • Runners-up (3): 1975, 1976, 2001 (German record)

Regional competitions[edit]

  • Regionale Meisterschaft Bayern (Oberbayern) (I), Münchner Stadtmeisterschaft champions: 1902 (unofficial), 1903 (unofficial), 1904, 1905
  • Ostkreis-Liga (I) champions: 1910, 1911; runners-up: 1912, 1913, 1917, 1918 (record)
  • Bezirksliga Südbayern (I) champions: 1927–28, 1928–29, 1929–30, 1930–31, 1931–32, 1932–33 (record)

Friendly competitions[edit]

  • Fuji-Cup (Former friendly tournament competition, prior DFB-Ligapokal and nowadays Telekom Cup, which also competed with the DFB-Supercup.)
    • Champions (5): 1986, 1987, 1988, 1994, 1995 (record)
    • Runners-up (2): 1993, 1996
    • Third-place (3): 1989, 1990, 1991
  • Telekom Cup
    • Champions (2): 2013, 2014 (record)
    • Runners-up (1): 2010
    • Third-place (3): 2009, 2011, 2012
  • Opel Master Cup
    • Champions (2): 1996, 2000 (shared record)
    • Runners-up (1): 1997
  • Audi Cup (The 2007, 2008, 2010 editions known as Franz-Beckenbauer-Cup, they renamed to Audi Cup later.)
    • Champions (2): 2009, 2013 (record)
    • Runners-up (4): 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011 (record)
  • Saitama City Cup
    • Champions (1): 2008
    • Runners-up (1): 2006
  • Audi Football Summit
    • Champions (3): 2011, 2012, 2014
  • Yingli Cup
    • Champions (1): 2012
  • Uli Hoeneß Cup
    • Champions (1): 2013
  • IFA Shield (The trophy was won by the reserve team.)
    • Champions (1): 2005
  • Trofeo Santiago Bernabéu
    • Champions (3): 1979, 1980, 2002
    • Runners-up (1): 1985
  • Trofeo Valencia Naranja
    • Champions (1): 1972
  • Trofeo Teresa Herrera
    • Champions (1): 1989
  • Wiener Stadthallenturnier
    • Champions (1): 1971
  • Trofeo Ciudad de Las Palmas
    • Champions (1): 1972
  • Trofeo 75 Aniversario del Athletic de Bilbao
    • Champions (1): 1973
  • Trofeo Internacional Ciudad de Terrassa
    • Champions (1): 1973
  • Toulouse Tournament
    • Champions (1): 1979
  • Mohamed V Trophy
    • Champions (1): 1972

Honours and Awards[edit]

Reserve Team[edit]

Youth[edit]

Honours for players[edit]

Honour Player Year/s
Goalkeeper of the Century (4th)
Title awarded only once
Sepp Maier
Ballon d'Or
Title awarded since 1956, stopped in 2009
Gerd Müller 1970
Franz Beckenbauer 1972, 1976
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 1980, 1981
Ballon d'Or (2nd)
Title awarded since 1956, stopped in 2009
Gerd Müller 1972
Franz Beckenbauer 1974, 1975
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 1979
Paul Breitner 1981
Jürgen Klinsmann 1995
Ballon d'Or (3rd)
Title awarded since 1956, stopped in 2009
Franz Beckenbauer 1966
Gerd Müller 1969, 1973
Oliver Kahn 2001, 2002
FIFA Footballer of the year
Title awarded since 1991, stopped in 2009
Lothar Matthäus 1991
FIFA Footballer of the year (2nd)
Title awarded since 1991, stopped in 2009
Oliver Kahn 2002
FIFA Footballer of the year (3rd)
Title awarded since 1991, stopped in 2009
Jürgen Klinsmann 1995
FIFA Ballon d'Or (3rd)
Title awarded since 2010, after Ballon d'Or & FIFA World Player of the Year awards were merged
Franck Ribéry 2013
UEFA Footballer of the Year
Title awarded since 1998, stopped in 2010
Stefan Effenberg 2001
UEFA Best Goalkeeper
Title awarded since 1998, stopped in 2010
Oliver Kahn 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002
UEFA Best Player in Europe
Title awarded since 2011
Franck Ribéry 2013
Onze d'Or
Title awarded since 1976
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 1980, 1981
Bravo Award
Title awarded since 1978
Owen Hargreaves 2001
Thomas Müller 2010
FIFA Golden Ball
Title awarded since 1982
Oliver Kahn 2002
World's Best Goalkeeper
Title awarded since 1987
Jean-Marie Pfaff 1987
Oliver Kahn 1999, 2001, 2002
Manuel Neuer 2013
German Footballer of the Year
Title awarded since 1960
Franz Beckenbauer 1966, 1968, 1974, 1976
Gerd Müller 1967, 1969
Sepp Maier 1975, 1977, 1978
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 1980
Paul Breitner 1981
Lothar Matthäus 1999
Oliver Kahn 2000, 2001
Michael Ballack 2003, 2005
Franck Ribéry 2008
Arjen Robben 2010
Bastian Schweinsteiger[5] 2013
Manuel Neuer[6] 2014
Austrian Footballer of the Year
Title awarded since 1984
David Alaba 2011, 2012, 2013
Austrian Sports Personality of the Year
Title awarded since 1949
David Alaba 2013
Croatian Footballer of the Year
Title awarded since 1991
Ivica Olić 2009, 2010
Mario Mandžukić 2012, 2013
Croatian Sportsman of the Year
Title awarded since 1952
Mario Mandžukić 2013
France Footballer of the Year
Title awarded since 1965
Franck Ribéry 2008, 2013
England Player of the Year
Title awarded since 2003
Owen Hargreaves 2006
Danish Football Player of the Year
Title awarded since 1963
Brian Laudrup 1992
Swedish footballer of the Year
Title awarded since 1946
Patrik Andersson 2001
Paraguayan Footballer of the Year
Title awarded since 1997
Roque Santa Cruz 1999
Asian Footballer of the Year
Title awarded since 1988
Ali Daei 1999
Ghanaian Footballer of the Year
Samuel Kuffour 1998, 1999, 2001
BBC African Footballer of the Year
Title awarded since 1991
Samuel Kuffour 2001
Top Scorers
Golden Boot for Top Scorer in Europe - Winner of the Soulier d'Or
Player Year/s (Goals)
Gerd Müller 1970 (28), 1972 (40)
UEFA Champions League Top scorers
Player Year/s (Goals)
Gerd Müller 1973 (12), 1974 (8), 1975 (5), 1977 (5)
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 1981 (6)
Dieter Hoeneß 1982 (7)
UEFA Cup Top scorers
Player Year/s (Goals)
Dieter Hoeneß 1980 (7)
Jürgen Klinsmann 1996 (15)
Luca Toni 2008 (10)
Bundesliga top scorers
Player Year/s (Goals)
Gerd Müller 1967 (28), 1969 (30), 1970 (38), 1972 (40), 1973 (36), 1974 (30), 1978 (24)
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 1980 (26), 1981 (29), 1984 (26)
Roland Wohlfarth 1989 (17), 1991 (21)
Giovane Élber 2003 (21)
Luca Toni 2008 (24)
Mario Gomez 2011 (28)
Notes 1967: jointly w. Lothar Emmerich (Borussia Dortmund)
1974: jointly w. Jupp Heynckes (Borussia Mönchengladbach)
1977: jointly w. Dieter Müller (1. FC Köln)
1989: jointly w. Thomas Allofs (1. FC Köln)
2003: jointly w. Thomas Christiansen (VfL Bochum)

The scores by Müller of 1972, 70 and 73 are still unmatched record!
The score by Rummenigge of 1981 has been unmatched since!

1ºTop scorer World Cup
Player Year/s (Goals)
Gerd Müller 1970 (10)
Miroslav Klose 2006 (5)
Thomas Müller 2010 (5)
2ºAll-time Top scorer World Cup goalscorers
Player Year/s (Goals)
Miroslav Klose 16 Goals (2002–2006–2010–2014)
Gerd Müller 14 Goals (1970–1974)
Thomas Müller 10 Goals (2010–2014–present)

Highlighted Players played for Bayern Munich while winning the World Cup.

* Franz Beckenbauer won the World Cup 1974 as player and 1990 as coach. He was also player and later coach for Bayern Munich.
** Jupp Heynckes won the World Cup as player and later became coach of Bayern Munich.

Records[edit]

Bundesliga[edit]

All-time[edit]

  • Most Bundesliga titles won: 23
  • Most Bundesliga games won (965) and points achieved (3246)
  • Most match-days at the first place of the Bundesliga table (654)
  • Most average points per game in the Bundesliga: 1.97
  • Most Bundesliga goals scored: 3604
  • Most consecutive wins in the Bundesliga (matchday 9 to 27 of 2013–14 season): 19
  • Most games won in a club's first Bundesliga season (1965–66): 20
  • Earliest point of time in a year for a team to be crowned champions: (25 March of 2013–14 season)
  • Highest number of games left when becoming champions: 7 by Bayern Munich (2013–14 season)
  • Biggest lead over second-place finisher (2012–13): 25 points
  • Championship with fewest points under the 3-point rule (2000–01): 63
  • Championship with the most losses in a season (2000–01): 9

per season[edit]

per game[edit]

  • As a negative record Bayern's match in Dortmund in the 2000–01 season was the most unfair match in Bundesliga history with 15 cards shown (10 yellow, 1 yellow-red, 2 red),[7] of those 12 (8, 1, 1) were shown to Bayern players which is also a record in Bundesliga history.

Other national records[edit]

International record[edit]

  • Last club to win the Champions League/European Cup three times in a row: 1974–76
  • Fastest goal in Champions League history: After 10 seconds by Roy Makaay on 7 March 2007 against Real Madrid.
  • Managed to score at least two goals in each match of the group stage: 2010–11 UEFA Champions League group stage by beating Basel 3–0 in the last games.
  • Highest aggregate win in the UEFA Champions League knockout stage: 12–1 on 24 February 2009 (5–0) and 11 March 2009 (7–1) against Sporting CP.
  • The largest margin of victory in the knockout stage in the current Champions League format: Bayern Munich 7–0 Basel 2011–12.
  • Bayern Munich holds the record for the biggest win in a quarter final in Champions League era: Bayern Munich 6–0 Kaiserslautern (2–0, 4–0) in 1998–99.
  • Highest aggregate win in the UEFA Champions League semi-final: 7–0 (4–0 and 3–0) against FC Barcelona (2013).
  • The largest margin of victory in a final: 4–0 Atlético Madrid 1973–1974 (replay).
  • Bayern Munich hold the record of consecutive wins in the Champions League: 10 consecutive wins.
  • Bayern Munich hold the record of consecutive away wins in the Champions League: 7 consecutive away game.
  • Longest home undefeated run: 31 games, The run began with a 0–0 draw against Borussia Dortmund in 1997–98 and ended with a 2–3 loss to Deportivo La Coruña in the first group stage in 2002–03.

By individual players[edit]

Appearances[edit]

Competitive, professional matches only.

As of 20 December 2014

Name Years League Cup Europe Other Total
1 Germany Oliver Kahn 1994–2008 429 57 130 16 632
2 Germany Sepp Maier 1962-1980 473 63 78 9 623
3 Germany Gerd Müller 1964-1979 427 62 74 10 573
4 Germany Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck 1966–1981 416 57 70 11 554
5 Germany Klaus Augenthaler 1976–1991 404 50 89 2 545
6 Germany Franz Beckenbauer 1963–1977 396 61 71 11 539
7 Germany Bernd Dürnberger 1972–1985 375 43 78 9 505
8 Germany Bastian Schweinsteiger 2002–present 328 45 99 8 480
9 Germany Mehmet Scholl 1992–2007 334 37 88 10 469
10 Germany Franz Roth 1966–1978 322 48 63 7 440
11 Germany Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 1974–1984 310 42 64 7 423
12 Germany Philipp Lahm 2002-present 271 42 94 12 419
13 Germany Lothar Matthäus 1984–1988
1992–2000
302 36 64 8 410
14 Germany Hans Pflügler 1981–1992
1995
277 34 57 4 372
15 Bosnia and Herzegovina Hasan Salihamidzic 1998–2007 234 28 88 15 365

Goalscorers[edit]

Competitive, professional matches only.

As of 17 December 2014

Name League Cup Europe Other Total
1 Germany Gerd Müller 365 78 66 16 525
2 Germany Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 162 25 30 1 218
3 Germany Roland Wohlfarth 119 18 18 0 155
4 Germany Dieter Hoeneß 102 17 26 0 145
5 Brazil Giovane Élber 92 16 23 8 139
6 Peru Claudio Pizarro 87 19 19 0 125
7 Germany Mehmet Scholl 87 11 18 1 117
8 Germany Mario Gomez 75 14 24 0 113
9 Germany Uli Hoeneß 86 14 11 0 111
10 Germany Thomas Müller 65 19 24 2 110
10 Germany Paul Breitner 83 11 15 1 110
12 Netherlands Roy Makaay 78 17 1 7 103
13 Netherlands Arjen Robben 66 14 19 2 101
14 France Franck Ribéry 65 11 19 5 100
15 Germany Lothar Matthäus 85 7 8 0 100


  • Most championships: 8 (Oliver Kahn and Mehmet Scholl)
  • Most cups: 7 Bastian Schweinsteiger
  • Most goals in a single Bundesliga season: 40 (Gerd Müller in 1971–72)
  • Most goals in European club competitions: 69 (Gerd Müller)
  • Most Bundesliga career goals: 365 (Gerd Müller)
  • Most times Bundesliga top scorer: 7 (Gerd Müller)
  • Most consecutive starts in the Bundesliga: 422 (Sepp Maier from 1966 to 1977)

Club records[edit]

  • Most league appearances: Sepp Maier (473)
  • Most league goals: Gerd Müller (365)
  • Record league victory: 11–1 v. Borussia Dortmund (27 November 1971)
  • Record league defeat: 0–7 v. Schalke 04 (9 October 1976)
  • Record league away victory 8–1 v. St. Pauli (8 May 2011)
  • Youngest player to appear in a competitive game: Pierre Højbjerg (17 years, 10 days)
  • Youngest player to start in the Champions League: David Alaba (17 years, 258 days)

Clubs statistics[edit]

Fiscal year Revenues in Mio. €[I] Earnings in Mio. €[I] Members[II] Fanclubs Fanclub members
1992–93 033.3 02.5 024,285 0720 ?
1993–94 038.0 00.1 033,000 0850 ?
1994–95 063.4 04.9 044,311 1,100 ?
1995–96 075.3 03.1 059,339 1,348 063,747
1996–97 084.5 07.7 071,757 1,532 078,958
1997–98 100.5 08.1 077,075 1,617 088,893
1998–99 127.7 12.3 081,957 1,761 098,728
1999–00 144.7 08.7 084,717 1,845 107,112
2000–01 173.2 16.5 091.288 1.909 115,343
2001–02 176.0 09.8 095,195 1,980 121,348
2002–03 162.7 00.4 096,440 2,055 132,308
2003–04 166.3 −3.4 097,810 2,123 136,563
2004–05 189.5 06.6 104,720 2,189 146,009
2005–06 204.7 04.8 121,119 2,290 156,673
2006–07 225.8 18.9 135,752 2,329 164,580
2007–08 286.8 02.1 147,072 2,437 176,976
2008–09[8] [9] 268.7 02.5 151,227 2,535 181,688
2009–10[10] 312.0 02.9 162,187 2,764 192,160
2010–11[11] 290.9 01.3 171,345 2,952 204,235
2011–12 332.2 11.1 187,865 3,202 231,197
2012–13[12] 393.9 14.0 223,985 3,576 262,077

Notes[edit]

^I : The represent are the AG's earnings and revenues. ^II : The number represents the club's members.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schulze-Marmeling, Dietrich (2003). Die Bayern. Die Geschichte des deutschen Rekordmeisters (in German). Die Werkstatt. ISBN 3-89533-426-X. 
  2. ^ "Bayern head coaches in the Bundesliga". FC Bayern Munich official website. 2011. Retrieved 30 October 2011. 
  3. ^ "Die Präsidenten des FC Bayern" (in German). FC Bayern Munich official website. Retrieved 29 January 2010. 
  4. ^ "Klubstatistik". FC Bayern Munich Official Website. June 2008. Retrieved 2008-08-11. 
  5. ^ "Bastian Schweinsteiger ist Fußballer des Jahres" (in German). kicker.de. 28 July 2013. Retrieved 28 July 2013. 
  6. ^ "Manuel Neuer ist Fußballer des Jahres" (in German). kicker.de. 10 August 2014. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
  7. ^ "Bundesliga: Statistics: Most unfair matches". weltfussball.de. 2008. Retrieved 2008-07-07. 
  8. ^ "Jahresabschluss der FC Bayern AG" (in German). FC Bayern Munich. 27 November 2009. Retrieved 28 November 2009. 
  9. ^ Bayern-Magazin, Nr. 7/60, page: 41 (in German)
  10. ^ "FCB posts profit for 18th year in a row". FC Bayern Munich. 30 November 2010. Retrieved 1 December 2010. 
  11. ^ "FC Bayern zum 19. Mal in Folge profitabel" (in German). FC Bayern Munich. 18 November 2011. Retrieved 16 April 2012. 
  12. ^ "Bayern post landmark €400M plus turnover". FC Bayern Munich. 13 November 2013. Retrieved 1 September 2014. 

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  1. ^ http://www.bayernbaeda.de/statistik/spieler/spieler_rangliste.htm