101 Facts About Bayern Munich

1. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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2. Bayern Munich played at the Grunwalder Stadium from 1925 until 1972, when it moved into the Olympic Stadium, which it shared with in-town rival TSV 1860.

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3. Bayern Munich played in the Oberliga Sud and won the German Cup for the first time in 1957.

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4. Bayern Munich was formed when members of the MTV 1879 Munich sports club broke away to form their own club.

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5. Bayern Munich was founded in 1900 and has become Germany's most famous and successful football club.

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6. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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7. Bayern Munich is located further North than any other major city in the United States 2.

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8. Bayern Munich are looking to settle a score in their DFB Cup last 16 tie in Berlin.

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9. FC Bayern Munich has agreed a partnership with the Korean Football Association in Munich as part of its internationalisation strategy.

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10. Bayern Munich conceded only five times in six matches during the group stage, but Liverpool are a formidable scoring force at Anfield and their chances of keeping a clean sheet to take back to Munich seem very slim indeed.

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11. Bayern Munich are now just five points behind Borussia Dortmund after sealing a comfortable victory at home against Schalke.

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12. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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13. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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14. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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15. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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16. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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17. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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18. Bayern Munich held a weeklong training camp in Doha before the 10th edition of the Telekom Cup, which it has won five times.

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19. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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20. FC Bayern Munich have won the Telekom Cup for the fifth time after 2013, 2014 and twice in 2017.

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21. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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22. Bayern Munich have made it clear that they are looking to bring in another Chelsea striker in Callum Hudson-Odoi this month.

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23. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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24. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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25. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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26. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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27. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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28. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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29. Bayern Munich have filed a fourth offer of £35million for the forward, who is under contract with Chelsea until 2020.

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30. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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31. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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32. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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33. Bayern Munich are the only team who have taken part in all nine editions of the Telekom Cup.

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34. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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35. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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36. Bayern Munich insisted that the horror clash was accidental, with Muller stretching for the ball without knowing Tagliafico was there until it was too late.

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37. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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38. Bayern Munich are set to be without Thomas Muller for their Champions League last-16 tie against Liverpool after he got a two-game ban.

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39. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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40. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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41. Bayern Munich are interested in signing Paris Saint-Germain outcast Adrien Rabiot this month, German newspaper Bild reported on Thursday.

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42. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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43. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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44. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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45. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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46. Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic said: "He is a player we have great interest in.

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47. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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48. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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49. Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic said: "He is a player we have great interest in.

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50. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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51. Bayern Munich contested an internal friendly on Wednesday evening in Doha.

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52. Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic said: "He is a player we have great interest in.

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53. Bayern Munich are prepared to make him the most expensive English teenager, ahead of Luke Shaw who moved to Manchester United for £28million.

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54. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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55. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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56. Bayern Munich have reached an agreement to sign the France defender Benjamin Pavard, who will join the German champions on a five-year deal from next season, according to the Bavarian club's sporting director, Hasan Salihamidzic.

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57. Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic believes Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi has the qualities the Bundesliga outfit are looking for as they continue their pursuit of the teenager.

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58. Bayern Munich have confirmed the signing of Stuttgart and France defender Benjamin Pavard on a five-year deal.

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59. Bayern Munich are said to have lodged a fourth bid worth around £35 million.

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60. Bayern Munich "absolutely want to sign" Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi, club sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has confirmed.

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61. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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62. Bayern Munich is located just above the 48th parallel, making it further north than any major city in the United States.

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63. Bayern Munich has the strongest economy of any German city and has the lowest unemployment rate.

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64. Bayern Munich is home to the Bavarian Film Studios which are the biggest and most famous film production studios in Europe.

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65. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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66. Bayern Munich have increased their offer for Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi to £35m, with the 18-year-old having reiterated his desire to leave Stamford Bridge this month.

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67. Bayern Munich won their last five Bundesliga outings before the winter break.

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68. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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69. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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70. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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71. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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72. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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73. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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74. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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75. Bayern Munich have fined Franck Ribery after the winger responded angrily on social media to those who criticised him for eating a gold-covered steak during the Bundesliga winter break.

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76. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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77. Bayern Munich currently stand second in the Bundesliga, six points behind Dortmund.

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78. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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79. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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80. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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81. Bayern Munich stars have arrived in Doha for the traditionally intense week of mid-season training.

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82. Bayern Munich have made the teenage sensation their No1 target this month and have already agreed terms with the winger who is determined to join the Bundesliga champions.

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83. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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84. Bayern Munich have offered Chelsea £30 million plus add-ons for the young winger after seeing bids of £15 million and £20 million rejected, according to the Guardian's Ed Aarons.

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85. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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86. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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87. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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88. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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89. Bayern Munich have agreed to send promising striker Franck Evina to second-tier Holstein Kiel on an 18-month loan deal.

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90. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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91. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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92. Bayern Munich have increased their offer for Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi to £30 million and are leading the race to sign the 18-year-old, Goal understands.

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93. Bayern Munich have already seen a £20million offer rejected by Chelsea as Hudson-Odoi is seeking more playing time having only featured once for the London club in the Premier League this season.

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94. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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95. Bayern Munich have tabled a new offer for Chelsea wonderkid Callum Hudson-Odoi.

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96. Bayern Munich published footage on Twitter of Davies' first training session, during which he could be seen chatting to Robben as the pair ambled across one of the pitches at Saebener Strasse.

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97. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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98. Bayern Munich have lodged a lofty third bid for Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi, worth €30m including add-ons.

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99. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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100. Bayern Munich is called "Minga" instead of Munchen—but mostly not by people who live in Munich but people from the villages and cities around 7.

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101. Bayern Munich are already facing a rocky start to the 2019 winter window, with Sky Sports reporting that Chelsea have rejected a £20 million bid for Callum Hudson-Odoi from the Bavarian giants.

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