2009–10 FC Bayern Munich season

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Bayern Munich
2009–10 season
Chairman Uli Hoeneß
Manager Louis van Gaal
Bundesliga 1st
DFB-Pokal Winners
UEFA Champions League Runners-up
Top goalscorer League:
Arjen Robben (16)

All:
Arjen Robben (23)
Highest home attendance 69,000
Lowest home attendance 69,000
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2009–10 season of Bayern Munich began on 1 July with their first training session, led by the team's new head coach Louis van Gaal. After several friendlies the first competitive game was a cup game on 1 August. The league started on 8 August.[1]

Bayern made several squad changes, signing Alexander Baumjohann, Edson Braafheid, Mario Gómez, Ivica Olić, Danijel Pranjić and Anatoliy Tymoshchuk. Andreas Görlitz returned to Munich after a two-year loan spell at Karlsruher SC, while Bayern declined the option to buy Massimo Oddo, who returned from loan to Milan. Tim Borowski was sold to his former club, Werder Bremen,[2] and Lúcio left the club for Inter Milan.[3] Zé Roberto signed at Hamburger SV after his contract with Bayern was not renewed.[4] Just before the end of the summer transfer period, Bayern acquired Arjen Robben from Real Madrid.[5]

In the winter transfer period, Bayern loaned both Breno and Andreas Ottl to 1. FC Nürnberg in the hopes of the duo earning first-team experience.[6] After some quarrels with coach Van Gaal, Luca Toni moved to Roma, also on loan. Alexander Baumjohann was signed by his first club, Schalke,[6] and Bayern loaned Edson Braafheid to Celtic in a last minute deal before the end of the winter transfer period.[7] The Reds did not buy any new players themselves, but gave professional contracts to Diego Contento and Mehmet Ekici from Bayern II.[8]

Bayern helped ensure they won the championship on 1 May, by winning on the penultimate gameday of the Bundesliga. In the last game, their rivals Schalke 04, who were at the time in second place, would have had to overcome a three-point and 17-goal lead to supplant the Reds. Bayern was formally awarded the trophy after the final game of the season on 8 May. A week later they also won the cup, defeating Werder Bremen 4–0 in the final. In the final game of the season, Bayern lost the Champions League final to Inter Milan 0–2.

Course of the season[edit]

Pre-season[edit]

After the sacking of coach Jürgen Klinsmann late in the previous season, Jupp Heynckes had taken over as caretaker coach until the end of the season. It was thus that Bayern had to find a replacement in the summer break. Their choice fell on the Dutch Louis van Gaal, who had just led AZ Alkmaar to a championship in his home country. The signing of Van Gaal was in stark contrast to the signing of Klinsmann before the previous season, as Klinsmann came with absolutely no experience at the club level while Van Gaal had been working as a coach in club football for almost 20 years. His quality as a coach was further underlined by the titles he had already won.

Before Van Gaal's arrival, the club had already signed Mario Gómez for a Bundesliga record sum of €35 million, as well as Anatoliy Tymoshchuk, Ivica Olić and Alexander Baumjohann. Finally, Andreas Görlitz returned on loan from Karlsruher SC. Van Gaal then encouraged the recruitment of Danijel Pranjić and Edson Braafheid. On the outgoing side, the loanee Massimo Oddo returned to Milan, Tim Borowski was sold to his former club Werder Bremen, Lúcio left for Inter Milan after many successful years with the Reds, and Zé Roberto signed with Hamburger SV when he could not agree with Bayern on a new contract.

The pre-season began with a score of friendlies which had been arranged still under the reign of Klinsmann. While Van Gaal was not happy with the packed schedule, as he preferred to work with the team, Bayern played a mostly successful preseason, including several high wins against opponents from lower tiers. They also managed to win in their own Audi Cup for which they had invited international premier clubs Milan, Manchester United, and Boca Juniors. Van Gaal waited until after the last friendly to decide on two key roles in his team. In the previous season, Klinsmann had first chosen Michael Rensing as keeper of choice, but in the second half of the season, he switched to Hans-Jörg Butt after a string of unsatisfactory games. The other important issue was that of the team captain and his replacements. On the day prior to the first competitive game of the season, the cup match at Neckarelz, the coach announced his decisions. Mark van Bommel stayed captain and Philipp Lahm became his first replacement. Van Gaal had also announced that the keeper he elected for the Neckarelz game would be his keeper of choice for the season, and in the cup game, it was Rensing who had the starting position as goalkeeper.

August– December[edit]

In their first game, Bayern did not shine, but put away the underdogs from Neckarelz 3–1. The first games in the league were draws against 1899 Hoffenheim and Werder Bremen, before Bayern lost their first game to newly promoted Mainz 05. Just before the next Bundesliga match, Bayern announced that they had signed Arjen Robben in a last minute transfer from Real Madrid. In his first game, against VfL Wolfsburg a day later, Robben scored twice, but after a string of victories, including a 3–0 victory away at Maccabi Haifa in the starter of the Champions League, Bayern began to struggle. A loss at Hamburger SV and a draw at home against 1. FC Köln saw the Reds to the eighth place in the league, marking the worst start in decades, and the media already speculated about an even quicker sacking of Van Gaal than that of Klinsmann the previous season.

Although the draw at Köln would eventually be the start of a series of 19 undefeated games in the league, Bayern won only two of their next five league games, drawing the other three. Meanwhile, they lost twice to Bordeaux in the Champions League. This led to a configuration where Bayern could not make it to the knockout phase without the help of Bordeaux. As Bordeaux already secured qualification to the knockout phase, many expected that they would not put all their effort into their next match against Juventus, and a win of the Italians would mean the end of Bayern's Champions League campaign this season.

The Reds won their last four league matches before the winter break, and also managed to win at Haifa while Bordeaux indeed defeated Juventus, meaning that Bayern and Juventus decided who qualified for the next round face to face in the final match of the group stage. The Germans needed to win, while the Italians would be through with a draw. When David Trezeguet put Juventus in front in the 19th minute, prospects looked bleak for Bayern, but they managed to turn the game around and eventually won 4–1.

January – May[edit]

After the winter break, Bayern won game after game. Five in the league completed a streak of nine consecutive victories while Fiorentina was put away 2–1 in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16, and second-tier SpVgg Greuther Fürth was run over 6–2 in the cup.

On 20 February 1. FC Nürnberg managed a draw against Bayern, thus ending their streak of victories, but on the following day of play a victory of the Reds at Hamburg saw them to the top of the standings for the first time in more than 18 months. A draw at Cologne and a victory against SC Freiburg completed Bayern's streak of 19 undefeated games in the league. On 9 March at Fiorentina, the club also reached the next round of the Champions League although their first loss after the winter break, 3–2, meant that they advanced only on the away goals rule.

Despite a loss at Eintracht Frankfurt on 20 March, Bayern stayed in first place, but that was of minor importance as the deciding weeks were yet to come. Within three weeks Bayern was to play in the semi-final of the cup against Schalke 04, in the league against their direct rivals, Schalke and Leverkusen, and the best team in the second leg of the league, VfB Stuttgart. In the Champions League the club faced Manchester. Bayern won the first of the matches at Schalke, the cup semi-final, in a close game after extra time. Three days later a loss at home against Stuttgart set the Reds back into second place in the league. Yet another three days later Bayern won the first leg of their quarter-final encounter with Manchester United. For the next game the club returned to Schalke where they won again, thus reclaiming their lead in the league. In the second leg the quarter-final at Manchester Bayern was down by two early, but managed to get back into the game. Eventually they won by the same score as in the previous round, 2–1 and 2–3, to advance to the semi-final. The final game of these weeks was their away game at Leverkusen where the Reds were able to claim a draw.

Next Hannover 96 was stomped 7–0, but otherwise the Reds did not have time to take breath. The first game of their semi-final against Lyon was a heated affair with red cards on both sides, but Bayern emerged victorious. Before going to Lyon for the second leg, Bayern had to face their classic rival, Mönchengladbach, in the league. A 1–1 let Bayern stay ahead of Schalke. Then the game at Lyon was all Ivica Olić's. The Croat put three past Lyon and Bayern advanced to their first Champions League final since their triumph in 2001.

With only four games left Bayern could still win the Treble, but they had not claimed a single title yet. On 1 May, Bayern defeated VfL Bochum in the league, thus putting the title out of Schalke's reach. Officially Bayern were not champions yet, but even if Schalke won on the last day while Bayern lost they would still have to do that by a result that was by 17 goals better than Bayern's. Unsurprisingly, the title went to Munich as Bayern won their last game whereas Schalke didn't. A week later Bayern faced another of their continuous rivals, Werder Bremen, in the cup final. The result was one of the most lopsided in the history of German cup finals as the Reds won 4–0. Only the most prestigious title was elusive as Bayern could not overcome Inter in the final of the Champions League.

Post-season[edit]

Bayern had no post-season friendlies this year, but eleven players where internationals of teams that had qualified for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Franck Ribéry joined the French World Cup squad, Martín Demichelis the Argentinian. Arjen Robben and Mark van Bommel were part of the Dutch squad and seven players, Butt, Lahm, Badstuber, Schweinsteiger, Klose, Müller, and Gómez, were called up for Germany. Butt replaced Adler who missed due to injury. Lahm became captain of the team as Ballack also missed the tournament due to injury.

Annual General Meeting[edit]

On 30 November 2010, Bayern Munich reported to their members regarding the period between 1 July 2009 and 30 June 2010.[9] There was a unanimous approval of a series of detailed amendments to the club’s constitution.[9] Any sale of shares in FC Bayern München AG taking the total in outside hands to more than 30% of the stock will now require the approval of a 75% majority at the AGM.[9] Bayern Munich considered their 2009–10 season a success on the field.[9] Bayern Munich made a profit for the 18th year in a row.[9] There were no elections to club offices this year.[9] 2,807 club members attended the Annual General Meeting at Olympiahalle in Munich.[9]

2009–10 Financial Results Comment
Revenue €312 Million[9] An increase of almost 16% from the previous season.
€300 million turnover barrier for the first time.[9]
Equity capital €206.4 million (65.1%)[9]
Net profit €2.9 million[9]
EBITDA €61.2 million[9] Profit after tax rose 20%.[9]

Bundesliga[edit]

Matches[edit]

Match
Date
Ground
Opponent
Score1
Pos.
Pts.
GD
Report
1 8 August A 1899 Hoffenheim 1 – 1 10 1 0
2 15 August H Werder Bremen 1 – 1 11 2 0
3 22 August A Mainz 05Germany 1 – 2 14 2 -1
4 29 August H VfL Wolfsburg 3 – 0 8 5 2
5 12 September A Borussia Dortmund 5 – 1 5 8 6
6 19 September H 1. FC Nürnberg 2 – 1 3 11 7
7 26 September A Hamburger SV 0 – 1 7 11 6
8 3 October H 1. FC Köln 0 – 0 8 12 6
9 17 October A SC FreiburgGermany 2 – 1 6 15 7
10 24 October H Eintracht Frankfurt 2 – 1 5 18 8
11 31 October A VfB Stuttgart 0 – 0 6 19 8
12 7 November H Schalke 04 1 – 1 8 20 8
13 22 November H Bayer LeverkusenGermany 1 – 1 7 21 8
14 29 November A Hannover 96 3 – 0 4 24 11
15 4 December H Borussia Mönchengladbach 2 – 1 4 27 12
16 12 December A VfL Bochum 5 – 1 3 30 16
17 19 December H Hertha BSCGermany 5 – 2 3 33 19
18 15 January H 1899 Hoffenheim 2 – 0 3 36 21
19 23 January A Werder Bremen 3 – 2 2 39 22
20 30 January H Mainz 05Germany 3 – 0 2 42 25
21 6 February A VfL Wolfsburg 3 – 1 2 45 27
22 13 February H Borussia Dortmund 3 – 1 2 48 29
23 20 February A 1. FC Nürnberg 1 – 1 2 49 29
24 28 February H Hamburger SV 1 – 0 1 52 30
25 6 March A 1. FC Köln 1 – 1 1 53 30
26 13 March H SC FreiburgGermany 2 – 1 1 56 31
27 20 March A Eintracht Frankfurt 1 – 2 1 56 30
28 27 March H VfB Stuttgart 1 – 2 2 56 29
29 3 April A Schalke 04 2 – 1 1 59 30
30 10 April A Bayer LeverkusenGermany 1 – 1 1 60 30
31 17 April H Hannover 96 7 – 0 1 63 37
32 24 April A Borussia Mönchengladbach 1 – 1 1 64 37
33 1 May H VfL Bochum 3 – 1 1 67 39
34 8 May A Hertha BSCGermany 3 – 1 1 70 41

Source: [10]
1Bayern Munich goals come first.
Ground's country's flag and opponent's country's flag shown when from a different country of Bayern Munich.
Pos. = Position in league, Pts. = Points, GD = Goal difference, Ground: H = Home, A = Away, N = Neutral, HR = Home replacement, AR = Away replacement.

DFB-Pokal[edit]

As determined by the seeding on 27 June 2009 Bayern's 2009–10 DFB-Pokal campaign began on 2 August 2009 with an away match at Neckarelz. Having defeated Rot-Weiß Oberhausen, Eintracht Frankfurt, and SpVgg Greuther Fürth in the following rounds, Bayern visited Schalke 04 in the semi-final on 24 March 2010. They won in extra time to face Werder Bremen who fell to the league champions by 4 goals.

UEFA Champions League[edit]

Bayern qualified for the group stage of the Champions League with a second place Bundesliga finish in 2008–09. Bayern was drawn in Group A with Italian runner-up Juventus, French Champions Bordeaux, and Israeli Champions Maccabi Haifa. Following a second-placed finish in Group A, Bayern advanced to face the Italian side Fiorentina, who had won Group E.

Group stage[edit]

Group A
Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
France Bordeaux 6 5 1 0 9 2 +7 16
Germany Bayern Munich 6 3 1 2 9 5 +4 10
Italy Juventus 6 2 2 2 4 7 −3 8
Israel Maccabi Haifa 6 0 0 6 0 8 −8 0

Knockout phase[edit]

Round of 16[edit]

Quarter-finals[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

Final[edit]

Friendlies[edit]

T-Home-Cup[edit]

The official league cup again was not held this season. Instead Bayern participated in the T-Home Cup on 18–19 July in Gelsenkirchen. The other contestants were Schalke, Hamburg, and Stuttgart. Matches in the tournament are played with halves of 30 minutes only.


19 July 2009
16:45 CEST
Schalke Germany 1–2 Germany Bayern Munich
Altıntop Goal 29' Report Breno YC, Goal 13'
Höwedes Goal 26' (o.g.)
Görlitz YC
Veltins-Arena (Gelsenkirchen)
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Guido Winkelmann (Kerken)

Audi Cup[edit]

Bayern hosted the inaugural Audi Cup on 29–30 July in Munich to celebrate their partner Audi's 100th anniversary. The invited opponents were Milan, Boca Juniors, and Manchester United. Bayern won the tournament by defeating Milan in the semi-final and Manchester United on penalties in the final.

29 July 2009
20:45 CEST
Bayern Munich Germany 4–1 Italy Milan
Müller Goal 11'90'
Schweinsteiger Goal 80'
Sène Goal 89'
Van Bommel YC
Report Pirlo Goal 81'
Allianz Arena (Munich)
Attendance: 61,000
Referee: Günter Perl (Munich)

Other[edit]

The friendly at Salzburg was also the farewell game for former Bayern midfielder Niko Kovač, who played from 2001 to 2003 for Bayern and from 2006 to 2009 for Salzburg.

10 July 2009
20:15 CEST
Red Bull Salzburg Austria 0–0 Germany Bayern Munich
Ngwat-Mahop YC Report Braafheid YC
Baumjohann YC
Red Bull Arena, Wals-Siezenheim
Attendance: 32,000 (capacity)
Referee: Louis Hofmann

The fanclub "De rodn Waginga" won the right to host the annual Dream Game, a game Bayern contests against one of its fanclubs with the earnings going to charity. In the second half the fanclub members left the field to the local club TSV Waging.[11]

11 July 2009
De rodn Waginga Germany
TSV Waging Germany
0–11 Germany Bayern Munich
Report Müller Goal 11'
Altıntop Goal 24'41'
Sène Goal 28'34'
Klose Goal 58'72'
Gómez Goal 66'74'
Tymoshchuk Goal 75'
Badstuber Goal 90'
Waging am See
Attendance: 15,000

This match was dedicated to the memory of former Kickers president Axel Dünnwald-Metzler.[12]

21 July 2009
Stuttgarter Kickers Germany 0–10 Germany Bayern Munich
Report Gómez Goal 15'86'
Olić Goal 58'68'83'
Müller Goal 60'77'81'
Altıntop Goal 61'
Görlitz Goal 72'
GAZi-Stadion auf der Waldau, Stuttgart
Attendance: 10,899 (capacity)

This was the first match with Lukas Podolski starting for Köln again. After a three-year stay at Bayern Podolski had returned to his home club Köln in summer 2009.[13]

24 July 2009
20:45 CEST
1. FC Köln Germany 0–2 Germany Bayern Munich
Report Gómez Goal 19'
Schweinsteiger Goal 73'
Van Bommel YC
RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne
Attendance: 50,000 (capacity)
Referee: Guido Winkmann (Kerken)

The match was a benefit match. McFit, a chain of fitness studios, had paid €1 million for the match in an action favoring the Ein Herz für Kinder foundation. The McFit team was captained by Oliver Pocher and included other German celebrities like Johannes B. Kerner. Also a few former professional footballers like Mario Basler, Ebbe Sand, and Thomas Häßler complemented the amateur squad.[14]

25 July 2009
McFit Allstars Germany 0–13 Germany Bayern Munich
Report Klose Goal 10'25'28'64'81'
Görlitz Goal 12'
Schweinsteiger Goal 14'
Tymoshchuk Goal 57'
Baumjohann Goal 67'
Demichelis Goal 70'
Lahm Goal 74'
Sosa Goal 76'
Altıntop Goal 87' (pen.)
Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Christian Bandurski (Essen)

NFV Gelb-Weiß Görlitz is the youth club of former Bayern midfielder Jens Jeremies. Bayern played against Görlitz for a friendly on the occasion of their centenary.

18 August 2009
NFV Gelb-Weiß Görlitz Germany 0–10 Germany Bayern Munich
Jablonski YC Report Olić Goal 17'29'57'
Müller Goal 34'37'68'
Klose Goal 36'67'
Lell Goal 42'
Görlitz Goal 85'
Junge Welt, Görlitz
Attendance: 6,521 (capacity)
Referee: Jens Klemm (Gröditz)

The game was held to celebrate the 375th anniversary of Bayern's partner and Munich based brewery Paulaner.

26 August 2009
Union Berlin Germany 1–3 Germany Bayern Munich
Şahin Goal 69' Report Olić Goal 22'
Breno Goal 30'
Braafheid Goal 47'
Stadion An der Alten Försterei, Berlin
Attendance: 19,000 (capacity)
Referee: Felix Zwayer (Berlin)

Bayern arranged this friendly game to give Mark van Bommel, Luca Toni, and Martín Demichelis some practice after their injuries. Demichelis was called up for the Argentina national team, though.[15]

13 October 2009
19:00 CET
Jahn Regensburg Germany 1–0 Germany Bayern Munich
Shynder Goal 46' Report
Jahnstadion, Regensburg
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: Deniz Aytekin (Oberasbach)

This game against the U-20 Netherlands national team was arranged to give some players match practice who had played few or no competitive matches at the time like Lell, Breno, or Rensing.

13 November 2009
Bayern Munich Germany 2–0 Netherlands Netherlands U-20
Altıntop Goal 58' (pen.)
Toni Goal 85'
Report
Bayern training premises, Munich
Attendance: 500

12 January 2010
19:00 CET
Basel Switzerland 1–3 Germany Bayern Munich
Streller Goal 10'
Atan YC
Report Altıntop Goal 73'
Klose Goal 85'87'
St. Jakob-Park, Basel
Attendance: 20,087

Bayern organized this friendly to give some of their players, especially Ribéry, additional match practice.[16]

26 January 2010
14:00 CET
Bayern Munich Germany 2–0 Germany Ingolstadt
Yılmaz Goal 53'87'
Lell YC
Report Wohlfarth YC
Bayern training premises, Munich
Attendance: 500
Referee: René Neubert

Team kit[edit]

Home
Home Alt.
Finals
Away
Away Alt.
Third
Type Shirt Shorts Socks First appearance / Info
Home Red Red Red
Home Alt. Red Red Red Bundesliga, Match 33, 8 May against Berlin2010-11 Home Shorts and Alt. Socks
Finals Red / White stripes Red Black 2010 DFB-Pokal Final and 2010 UEFA Champions League Final → 2010-11 Home Kit
Away Navy Navy Navy
Away Alt. Navy Navy White Bundesliga, Match 7, 26 September against Hamburg
Third White White White European Kit

Players[edit]

Squad information[edit]

N
P
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Since
App
Goals
Ends
Transfer fee
Notes
1 GK Germany Michael Rensing 26 EU 2003 53 0 2010 Youth system
22 GK Germany Hans-Jörg Butt 35 EU 2008 30 1 2011 Free
35 GK Germany Thomas Kraft 21 EU 2006 0 0 2011 Youth system
5 DF Belgium Daniel Van Buyten 32 EU 2006 91 13 2012 € 10M
6 DF Argentina Martín Demichelis 29 Non-EU 2003 162 12 2012 € 5M
13 DF Germany Andreas Görlitz 28 EU 2009 18 0 2010 Loan return
21 DF Germany Philipp Lahm (VC) 26 EU 2005 129 4 2012 Loan return
23 DF Croatia Danijel Pranjić 28 EU 2009 12 1 2012 €7.7M
26 DF Germany Diego Contento 20 EU 2010 (Winter) 3 0 2013 Youth system
28 DF Germany Holger Badstuber 21 EU 2008 27 1 2014 Youth system
30 DF Germany Christian Lell 25 EU 2003 65 1 2011 Youth system
7 MF France Franck Ribéry 27 EU 2007 65 23 2015 €25M
8 MF Turkey Hamit Altıntop 27 EU 2007 47 5 2011 Free
10 MF Netherlands Arjen Robben 26 EU 2009 18 10 2013 €24M
17 MF Netherlands Mark van Bommel (captain) 33 EU 2006 105 11 2011 € 6M
31 MF Germany Bastian Schweinsteiger (VC2) 25 EU 2002 209 22 2012 Youth system
27 MF Austria David Alaba 17 EU 2010 (Winter) 3 0 TBA * Youth system * = David Alaba has an amateur contract, but plays for the professional team.
It was announced that he will get a pro contract after the season.
32 MF Germany Mehmet Ekici 20 EU 2010 (Winter) 0 0 2011 Youth system
44 MF Ukraine Anatoliy Tymoshchuk 31 Non-EU 2009 17 0 2012 €11M
11 FW Croatia Ivica Olić 30 EU 2009 23 8 2012 Free
18 FW Germany Miroslav Klose 31 EU 2007 71 21 2011 €12M
25 FW Germany Thomas Müller 20 EU 2008 32 7 2013 Youth system
33 FW Germany Mario Gómez 24 EU 2009 25 10 2013 €35M
  • Last updated: 2 April 2010
  • Source: Summer transfers and Winter transfers, Wikipedia players' articles (for appearances and goals)
  • Ordered by position on pitch.

Transfers in[edit]

N
P
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving from
Type
Transfer
window
Ends
Transfer
fee
Source
4 DF Netherlands Edson Braafheid 27 EU TwenteNetherlands Transfer Summer 2013 2M
13 DF Germany Andreas Görlitz 28 EU Karlsruher SC Loan return Summer 2010 n/a
10 MF Netherlands Arjen Robben 26 EU Real MadridSpain Transfer Summer 2013 €24M
23 DF Croatia Danijel Pranjić 28 EU HeerenveenNetherlands Transfer Summer 2012 €7.7M
44 MF Ukraine Anatoliy Tymoshchuk 31 EU Zenit St. PetersburgRussia Transfer Summer 2012 €11M
11 FW Croatia Ivica Olić 30 EU Hamburger SV End of contract Summer 2012 Free
33 FW Germany Mario Gómez 24 EU VfB Stuttgart Transfer Summer 2013 €35m
26 DF Germany Diego Contento 20 EU Youth system Promoted Winter 2011 n/a
27 MF Austria David Alaba 17 EU Youth system Promoted Winter TBA n/a
32 MF Germany Mehmet Ekici 20 EU Youth system Promoted Winter 2011 n/a

Total spending: Decrease €79.7 million

Transfers out[edit]

N
P
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving to
Type
Transfer
window
Transfer
fee
Source
6 DF Brazil Lúcio 32 Non-EU Inter Milan Italy Transfer Summer 7m
6 MF Germany Tim Borowski 30 EU Werder Bremen Transfer Summer €0.75M
15 DF Germany Mats Hummels 21 EU Borussia Dortmund Transfer Summer €4.2M
10 FW Germany Lukas Podolski 24 EU 1. FC Köln Transfer Summer €10M
7 MF Argentina José Sosa 24 Non-EU Estudiantes (LP) Loan Summer Free
44 DF Italy Massimo Oddo 33 EU Milan Italy Loan return Summer n/a
11 MF Germany Alexander Baumjohann 23 EU Schalke 04 Transfer Winter € 1M
3 DF Brazil Breno 20 Non-EU 1. FC Nürnberg Loan Winter Free
23 MF Germany Andreas Ottl 25 EU 1. FC Nürnberg Loan Winter Free
30 FW Italy Luca Toni 32 EU Roma Italy Loan Winter Free
4 DF Netherlands Edson Braafheid 27 EU Celtic Scotland Loan Winter ?

Last updated: 22 May
Total income: Increase €22.95 million

Individual statistics[edit]

No. Pos Nat Player Total Bundesliga Champions League DFB-Pokal
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 GK Germany Michael Rensing[17] 7 0 3+1 0 0+0 0 3+0 0
22 GK Germany Hans-Jörg Butt[18] 47 1 31+0 0 13+0 1 3+0 0
35 GK Germany Thomas Kraft[19] 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
5 DF Belgium Daniel Van Buyten[20] 48 9 31+0 6 12+0 1 5+0 2
6 DF Argentina Martín Demichelis[21] 34 1 17+4 1 8+1 0 3+1 0
13 DF Germany Andreas Görlitz[22] 1 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+1 0
21 DF Germany Philipp Lahm (vice-captain)[23] 53 1 34+0 0 13+0 0 6+0 1
26 DF Germany Diego Contento[24] 14 0 8+1 0 2+1 0 1+1 0
27 MF Austria David Alaba[25] 6 0 2+1 0 1+1 0 1+0 0
28 DF Germany Holger Badstuber[26] 49 1 33+0 1 12+0 0 4+0 0
30 DF Germany Christian Lell[27] 1 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 1+0 0
7 MF France Franck Ribéry[28] 30 7 10+9 4 7+0 1 3+1 2
8 MF Turkey Hamit Altıntop[29] 26 1 7+8 0 4+2 0 2+3 1
10 MF Netherlands Arjen Robben[30] 37 23 18+6 16 8+2 4 3+0 3
17 MF Netherlands Mark van Bommel (captain)[31] 40 2 25+0 1 10+0 1 5+0 0
23 MF Croatia Danijel Pranjić[32] 31 1 14+6 1 6+3 0 1+1 0
25 MF Germany Thomas Müller[33] 52 19 29+5 13 12+0 2 5+1 4
31 MF Germany Bastian Schweinsteiger[34] 49 3 33+0 2 12+0 0 4+0 1
32 MF Germany Mehmet Ekici[19] 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
44 MF Ukraine Anatoliy Tymoshchuk[35] 32 1 11+10 0 3+4 1 2+2 0
11 FW Croatia Ivica Olić[36] 41 19 23+6 11 8+2 5+2 2+0 1
18 FW Germany Miroslav Klose[37] 38 6 11+14 3 3+5 1 4+1 2
33 FW Germany Mario Gómez[38] 45 14 21+8 10 4+8 1 3+1 3
Players sold or loaned out after the start of the season:
4 DF Netherlands Edson Braafheid[39] 14 0 5+4 0 2+0 0 2+1 0
9 FW Italy Luca Toni[40] 8 1 3+1 0 2+0 0 1+1 1
15 DF Brazil Breno[41] 3 0 1+2 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
16 MF Germany Andreas Ottl[42] 9 0 1+3 0 1+3 0 1+0 0
19 MF Germany Alexander Baumjohann[43] 4 0 1+2 0 0+0 0 0+1 0
20 MF Argentina José Sosa[44] 6 0 2+1 0 0+1 0 1+1 0

Management and coaching staff[edit]

Bayern had to change their coaching staff after the 2008–09 season as former head coach Jürgen Klinsmann was sacked during the season and his successor, Jupp Heynckes, was appointed as an interim only. With Klinsmann a few of the assistants he had brought in were dismissed. Louis van Gaal was hired as the new manager and took over on 1 July 2009. He brought some personnel of his own to the club.[46]

Position Staff
Manager Louis van Gaal
Assistant manager Andries Jonker
Assistant manager Hermann Gerland
Goalkeeping coach Walter Junghans
Sports psychologist Philipp Laux
Fitness and rehab coach Thomas Wilhelmi
Fitness coach Marcelo Martins
Fitness coach Darcy Norman
Leading physician Hans-Wilhelm Müller-Wohlfahrt
Physician Lutz Hänsel
Physician Peter Ueblacker
Physiotherapist Fredi Binder
Physiotherapist Gerry Hoffmann
Physiotherapist Stephan Weickert
Physiotherapist Gianni Bianchi
Analyst Max Reckers
Training physiologist Jos van Dijk

Reserve team[edit]

Bayern's reserve team finished 8th in the 3. Liga. They were coached by Mehmet Scholl.

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
1 Germany GK Thomas Kraft
3 Germany DF Oliver Stierle
5 Ghana DF Christian Saba
7 France FW Saër Sène
8 Germany MF Stefan Rieß
9 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Nazif Hajdarovic
10 Turkey FW Deniz Yılmaz
11 Germany MF Manuel Duhnke
12 Germany MF Danny Schwarz
13 Germany MF Tom Schütz
14 Germany MF Maximilian Haas
15 Germany DF Björn Kopplin
16 Germany FW Dominik Rohracker
No. Position Player
17 Austria MF Christoph Knasmüllner
23 Austria FW Daniel Sikorski
24 Germany DF Stefan Schürf
25 Germany GK Maximilian Riedmüller
30 Germany DF Diego Contento
31 Germany DF Mario Erb
32 Germany MF Taygun Kuru
33 Germany GK Ferdinand Oswald
35 Austria MF David Alaba
37 Germany MF Mehmet Ekici
38 Italy FW Nicola Sansone
51 Germany DF Dennis Chessa

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