FC Bayern Munich - German Giants
Brace yourself! Bayern Munich, the most successful German football team of all time is back on the field ready to strive for victory. The 2017/2018 Bundesliga is about to begin and the team from Southern Germany is ready to defend their title. Perhaps more importantly for the team is to make a stamp on this year's Champions League and wrest the trophy from the hands of Real Madrid to win a sixth trophy. If you want to see this great team in action, don’t hesitate and grab your Bayern Munich tickets today!
FC Bayern Munich: Germany's Most Successful Club
Bayern Munich is, unsurprisingly, based in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. If you are one of the many followers of this team, then you know that Bayern Munich is the most successful team in Germany with a record of twenty-seven national titles (26 in the Bundesliga) and eighteen national cups to their name. This success is unprecedented in the Bundesliga, the second-most successful teams in the league are Borrusia Monchengladbach and Borussia Dortmund with five Bundesliga titles each.
Not only is this team by far the most successful in Germany, but it’s also known as being Germany's most successful team in international competitions with a total of eleven trophies, including five European Cups/Champions Leagues. The German side is the only club (so far) to have won the European Cup three times in a row (1974-76) and also one of only five clubs to have won all three major European competitions, the other four are Juventus, Ajax, Chelsea and Manchester United.
Also known as "Die Roten" or "The Reds", Bayern Munich’s home ground is the Allianz Arena, which has a capacity of over sixty-six thousand seats, enough to welcome Bayern Munich fans from all over the world. However, tickets to see this amazing football team live are always in high demand and often sell out within hours. So make sure you get hold of your Bayern Munich tickets here and don’t miss a move. Join the crowd and have the time of your life!
Bayern Munich sack Carlo Ancelotti
Early on in the 2017-18 Bundesliga season, Bayern Munich sacked their highly-decorated manager Carlo Ancelotti. The Italian, who won the UEFA Champions League with AC Milan and Real Madrid, was fired on 28 September after Bayern's 3-0 defeat at the hands of football's rich kids PSG. There are several names being linked to the vacant role with many people tipping former Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel for the role.