Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich
Full name Fußball-Club Bayern München e. V.

Nickname(s) Der FCB (The FCB)
                        Die Bayern (The Bavarians)
                       Stern des Südens (Star of the South)
                       Die Roten (The Reds)
                       FC Hollywood[1]

Short name Bayern

Founded 27 February 1900; 114 years ago

Ground       Allianz Arena

Capacity        75,000[2]

President Karl Hopfner

Head Coach Pep Guardiola

League        Bundesliga
2013–14     1st

FC Bayern, is a German sports club based in Munich, Bavaria. It is best known for its professional football team, which plays in the Bundesliga, the top tier of the German football league system, and is the most successful club in German football history, having won a record 24 national titles and 17 national cups.[3]

FC Bayern was founded in 1900 by eleven football players led by Franz John.[4] Although Bayern won its first national championship in 1932,[5] the club was not selected for the Bundesliga at its inception in 1963.[6] The club had its period of greatest success in the middle of the 1970s when, under the captaincy of Franz Beckenbauer, it won the European Cup three times in a row (1974–76). Overall, Bayern has reached ten European Cup/UEFA Champions League finals, most recently winning their fifth title in 2013 as part of a continental treble. Bayern has also won one UEFA Cup, one European Cup Winners' Cup, one UEFA Super Cup, one FIFA Club World Cup and two Intercontinental Cups, making it one of the most successful European clubs internationally. Since the formation of the Bundesliga, Bayern has been the dominant club in German football with 24 titles and has won 6 of the last 10 titles. They have traditional local rivalries with TSV 1860 München and 1. FC Nürnberg, as well as a contemporary rivalry with Borussia Dortmund.

Since the beginning of the 2005–06 season, Bayern has played its home games at the Allianz Arena. Previously the team had played at Munich's Olympiastadion for 33 years. The team colours are red and white, and the team crest shows the white and blue flag of Bavaria.[7] In terms of revenue, Bayern Munich is the biggest sports club in Germany and the third biggest football club in the world, generating €487.5 million for the 2013-2014 season.[8] Bayern is the biggest club in the world in membership terms, with over 251,000 members.[9] There are more than 3,800 officially-registered fan clubs with over 285,000 members.[10] The club has other departments for chess, handball, basketball, gymnastics, bowling, table tennis, referees, and senior football with more than 1,100 active members.[11]

FC Bayern is ranked third in the current UEFA club coefficient rankings[12] and second in IFFHS's latest IFFHS Club World Ranking

Origin Country : Germany 
Home Ground :  Allianz Arena

Picture of  Allianz Arena

Location : Munich,Germany 
Capacity :

66,000 (2005)
69,901 (2006–2012)
71,137 (2012–2013)
71,437 (2013–2014)
75,000 (2015–) (League Matches)
70,000 (International Matches)
Official partners:  Hermes,Adidas,topps,grundig,,
Major Focus Area : German Bundesliga
Present Captain : Philipp Lahm

Present Manager : Pep Guardiola
Key Player : Arjen Robben

Remarkable Records of Bayern Munich: 

As the 2013-14 season begins to reach its business end, Bayern Munich are enjoying a period of unprecedented dominance both domestically and in Europe.

The unbeaten Bavarians are poised to shortly wrap up a second successive Bundesliga title and are in the semi-finals of the DFB Pokal.

Bayern are also favourites to become the first side to retain the Champions League in the modern era and are currently sweeping all before them in devastating fashion.

Under Jupp Heynckes and now Pep Guardiola, Bayern have been racking up a whole raft of incredible statistics and records.

Ahead of Tuesday's Champions League last 16 return leg with Arsenal, here are a selection of their best numbers.

0 – The number of teams who have previously retained the European Cup since the inception of the Champions League in 1992-93. Bayern are red-hot favourites to become the first.

3 – Since the start of 2013, the Bavarian outfit have suffered only three defeats in all competitions; two of these were virtually inconsequential losses in the Champions League when qualification was already assured.

4 – Bayern Munich have spilled only four points in this season’s Bundesliga, with their draws coming against Freiburg and Bayer Leverkusen.

5 – The number of trophies claimed by Heynckes and Guardiola for the Allianz Arena side over the course of the last year: the Bundesliga, the DFB Pokal, the Champions League, the Fifa Club World Cup and the European Supercup.

10 – Including last season’s final against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley, Bayern have won their last 10 away matches in the Champions League - a record.

16 – Saturday’s 6-1 win over Wolfsburg was Bayern’s 16th consecutive Bundesliga victory, which is a record they will want to further enhance. Previously, the best was a 14-match winning streak.

20 – With a massive 20-point advantage in the Bundesliga over second-placed Borussia Dortmund, Bayern could become the earliest winners of the German title in history. Last season's April 6 date is the mark that could be broken, potentially as early as March 25.

Super Mario | No one has contributed more than Man dzukic's 22 goals this season (2012-2014)

21 – In winning the German title last term, Heynckes’ side shut their opponents out 21 times from 34 matches – a record that could yet be beaten this time around.
22 – Despite the dominance of FCB, their top scorers – Mario Mandzukic and Thomas Muller – only have 22 goals each this season. However, an additional three players – Franck Ribery, Mario Gotze and Arjen Robben – have all hit double figures.
47 – When Bayern were crowned winter champions of Germany, they did so with a record points total, smashing the previous best mark of 42 that was set by themselves a season earlier.
49 – The current unbeaten run of the Bavarians in the Bundesliga. They have not lost in the league since October 2012.
61 – The goal difference of the Bavarian side is greater than the number of goals any other team in the Bundesliga has even scored.
69.54% - Bayern have kept more possession in the Champions League this season than any other team in the competition.
72 – The number of goals the Allianz Arena outfit have scored in only 24 Bundesliga matches so far this season. They are chasing the record total of 101.
87.18% - Bayern’s formidable win percentage this season
106 – Guardiola’s side have attempted 106 shots in the Champions League this season – more than any other team. Eight of these have hit the frame of the goal, again a competition high figure.
117 – From the last available 123 points in the Bundesliga, Bayern have picked up 117.
119 – Bayern are already deep into three figures in terms of goals scored, despite having played only 39 times this season

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