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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby Paphlagonian » Mon Feb 05, 2018 8:45 pm

ramsej84 wrote:18/2019 ... first glimpse of the next Bayern Jersey https://twitter.com/einschusseintor/sta ... 3072744449
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby IsiahRashad » Fri Feb 09, 2018 10:32 pm

UEFA have ordered Anderlecht to refund 30€ to every Bayern fan who paid 100€ to attend their Champions League game last November. Total: €27,000
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby MUTU » Sat Feb 10, 2018 11:40 am

IsiahRashad wrote:UEFA have ordered Anderlecht to refund 30€ to every Bayern fan who paid 100€ to attend their Champions League game last November. Total: €27,000

According to the UEFA rules, “the price of tickets for supporters of the visiting team must not exceed the price paid for tickets of a comparable category that are sold to supporters of the home team.”

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby DRvad14 » Fri Feb 23, 2018 11:18 pm

FC Bayern Munich Has Built An American Soccer Brand; Is Expansion To South And Latin America Next?
When European soccer clubs look across the Atlantic they see one of the two most engaged and fastest growing business markets for soccer expanding every day. The United States, as well as China, continues to be an expansion areas not for professional play (it is hard to see the Bundesliga (@Bundesliga_EN) or Serie A (@SerieA_TIM) putting up franchises in Chicago or New York or Beijing right now) but for media, marketing, and perhaps most importantly, for cultivation of fans and a vibrant future talent pool.While Major League Soccer (@MLS) continues to expand its professional footprint and USA Soccer resets its course with a new head and new board members, the elite clubs of the world continue to press ahead, with the help of engaged media companies like Fox and NBC, and soon Turner and the always-trying-to-expand BeIN SPORTS and others.

One of the clubs that certainly has set the bar is FC Bayern Munich (@FCBayern). A few years ago the club was one of the first to set up shop in the U.S., opening an office in New York not just for sales, but for expansion and engagement at all levels, especially in the digital space. The club did have an upcoming U.S. tour to market and eager brands that were familiar to the U.S. consumer like Audi, T Mobile, Allianz and Adidas, but that was not enough. Under the leadership of Rudolf Vidal, FCB built an amazing grassroots following, engaging fans in all 50 States, and they formed over 100 supporter clubs and have grown their U.S. specific following on a social platform like Twitter to over 130,000 engaged followers. They constantly stay in contact with their clubs through social, and have set a very high bar for engagement as other elite clubs look to expand their casual fan base in the United States.

According to Benno Ruwe, Head of Partnerships for FC Bayern Munich US, the next expansion of the brand and its partners could be south.
That social following has been a boom not just for the Bayern brand, but for its partners as well, who have been able to take the elite club and create a whole host of experiences for consumers who are now able to follow the club and its Bundesliga opponents throughout the season on FOX Sports as well as with the engaged social communities that Bayern has created in the United States. Also don’t forget all of this has happened without Bayern having a marketable rising American star regularly in its lineup, something that some of its rivals have had.

So as FCB continues its solid American work, what’s next? According to Benno Ruwe, Head of Partnerships for FC Bayern Munich US, the next expansion of the brand and its partners could be south. “We have enjoyed great success building here in the States in a marketplace that is still growing, and we are going to look to other areas in the near future to replicate that success, and Central and South America seem to be a place we will look,” he said recently during a leadership program at Columbia University. The engagement into Central and South America makes great sense for Bayern, as they have key members of their first team in Rafinha (Brazil), James Rodriguez (Colombia) and Arturo Vidal (Chile), giving them star power into markets that did not exist in the United States.All those markets are obviously soccer strongholds so the “education process” will not be as vast, but cutting through the loyalties of local clubs could present a bigger challenge. The biggest opportunity according to Ruwe, will be with the seamless integration of Bayern’s elite brand partners into the mix.

“Our partners are very interested in activating in markets throughout Latin America, including Mexico, and we are very interested in that area as a key part of growth for our sport and for the FC Bayern Munich brand,” he added. “We also see a great opportunity to engage with new partners who have an affinity for both elite soccer and the Latino audience, and we believe we have a great chance to again expand our footprint beyond the traditional.”

While Ruwe was careful to point out that no formal plan for expansion deep into the Latino market has been announced, it is clear that the opportunity, and the basic model, FCB has cultivated in the U.S. is one that has Latino legs, and is certainly something to watch as the Americas head towards World Cup and a renewed and expanded interest in all things about “The Beautiful Game.”

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby ramsej84 » Sat Feb 24, 2018 7:40 am

Imagine this
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The first one when the players come in on the pitch!


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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby ramsej84 » Tue Feb 27, 2018 8:04 am

Bayern Munchen was born today 118 years ago
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby YlonenXabi » Tue Feb 27, 2018 6:31 pm

Happy birthday Bayern 8)
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby klinsmann » Sun Mar 11, 2018 1:24 pm

There is no right or wrong,
only yes and no. The rest are just bullshit.
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby DRvad14 » Tue Apr 10, 2018 5:56 pm

Heynckes stabilising Bayern obscures the club's uncertain summer
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In recent years, football's biggest clubs have become very adept at deflecting from poor results with positive off-the-pitch developments. A huge defeat in the Champions League? Quick, let's bring forward the announcement of the new engine oil partner. Nothing more to play for in the season? Time to leak interest in a star player or two for the following campaign. Or better still, unveil a new signing to wrest away some column inches from your fiercest rivals, who --coincidentally -- have just won the FA Cup two days before. That's what Chelsea did when they introduced Germany captain Michael Ballack to the press in May 2006, 48 hours after Liverpool's 3-1 final win over West Ham in Cardiff.

Ballack's previous club Bayern Munich, too, will have the odd contract extension or delicious rumour in store for the day they'll exit the Champions League (or lose the final in Kiev). But curiously, the German champions have played this game the other way around this season. For them, excellent results -- a sixth German championship, likely qualification for the Champions League semifinal -- have kindly diverted attention away from the club's wider, pretty worrying state of affairs.

First and foremost, Bayern's continued search for a new manager has become an unedifying spectacle. Whereas Jupp Heynckes' big-name predecessors Carlo Ancelotti, Pep Guardiola and Heynckes himself were signed with minimum fuss and in good time, well in advance of the following campaign, whoever the board will announce at their self-imposed deadline in three weeks' time cannot pretend to have been first, second or even third choice.

Peter Neururer, the former Hannover 96 and VfL Bochum manager, might still be right in principle that the Bavarian giants "could get any manager they want", but president Uli Hoeness' relentless and ultimately fruitless pursuit of Heynckes over Christmas has wasted valuable time and seen viable contenders such as Paris Saint-Germain-bound Thomas Tuchel run out of patience. For a club that prides itself on getting their own way, each and every time, it's been a chastening, unnerving experience.

Heynckes' superb talent for keeping the team happy and playing successfully has ensured that there have been no immediate negative repercussions. But the uncertainty surrounding the identity of the next man on the bench has made planning for the coming season much more complicated.

Despite CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge's insistence that there was "no reason not to extend the contracts of Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben" beyond this May, the latter has yet to receive a formal offer. Bayern are wary of burdening the new and possibly inexperienced coach with the burden of having two ageing wingers who will need to be micro-managed every time they're not the in the starting XI come August. Until they know who'll be in charge, they can't really take a view on whether a total of four wide attacking players made up of the aforementioned duo plus Serge Gnabry and Kingsley Coman are too many or good enough.A more prominent coach, such as Luis Enrique, who might well come into contention in light of the paucity of the German-speaking market, could well insist on bringing his choice of creative player with him. Bayern are continuing to monitor a host of forwards, including Bayer Leverkusen's exciting young winger Leon Bailey, to prepare for such eventualities, but will be forced to make any moves at a much later stage in spring than they would have preferred.

Throughout the past few years, one of the club's secrets has been to complete transfers very early, in advance of the wealthier clubs and certainly well before the players in question have seen their profile and price tags raise after impressive performances at major tournaments. If this policy is set to continue, the bosses at Sabener Strasse will have to work inside a very narrow window of about four weeks in May to complete the squad for the 2018-19 campaign.

It won't be easy. A Real Madrid move for Robert Lewandowski, one of Bayern's key players, is only likely to materialise after the World Cup and thus holds much potential for disruption. Bayern are privately bracing themselves for renewed interest in left-back David Alaba and centre-back Jerome Boateng. The Germany defender had been so disillusioned with life under Ancelotti at the beginning of the campaign that some middle men had begun to look for an escape route.

On top of all of that, the club and their new coach will have to agree on whether Bayern will at last adapt to the changed realities of the market by paying transfer fees inching closer to €100 million for recognised star performers or continue to recruit players with potential for growth on the €30m-€45m shelf.The club's to-do list is so long that both Rummenigge and Hoeness seem to have delayed changing of the guard at boardroom level. The two men in charge since the turn of the century are reluctant as ever to make way for a new generation in light of the huge challenges ahead.

By being so perfect for the job that no one else comes close, Heynckes has inadvertently made the necessary reform process that much harder. But the 72-year-old has more than made up for it by focussing minds on the here and now. The more he wins and stokes Bayern's Champions League dreams, fewer supporters will stop and wonder about the club's considerable problems to shape up well for the next few years.
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

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