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Five facts on DFB Cup First Round tie against FC Düren

Postby FCBayernNews » Wed Oct 14, 2020 1:35 pm

With somewhat of a delay, holders FC Bayern embark on this season’s DFB Cup campaign. After the long 2019/20 season, the first round tie against fifth division FC Düren was moved to 15 October. fcbayern.com brings you key facts and figures on the tie against the club from the Middle Rhine League.

1. Several firsts at the Allianz Arena

Düren are in the DFB Cup first round for the first time thanks to a 1-0 win in the Middle Rhine Cup final against Alemannia Aachen.

Founded in 2018, FC Düren play a Bundesliga side in FC Bayern in the first DFB Cup campaign in the club’s still very short history. This is also unknown territory for the Reds – due to the swap of home sides, FCB are at home at the Allianz Arena for the first time in a DFB Cup first-round tie.

2. Bayern exit

FC Bayern are in the domestic cup competition for the 62nd time and the previous exit in the first round of the DFB Cup was 26 years ago. FC Bayern went out in a 1-0 defeat at TSV Vestenbergsgreuth in August 1994.

3. Bayern winning cup run

After retaining the DFB Cup, Bayern are unbeaten in their last twelve cup games. The last club to clock up twelve wins in succession in this competition was FC Bayern – with 15 wins on the bounce from 2012 to 2015.

The twelfth win succession in the DFB Cup saw Bayern secure the thirteenth double in the club’s history.

4. Bayern start a possibly historic season

After retaining the title last term, the team under Hansi Flick could make history this season with another cup triumph. Winning the cup three times in succession has yet to be achieved by any club in this competition.

5. Düren? Haven’t we met them!

FCB have already played a team from Düren but not FC. In the middle of May 2011, the German record cup winners played at the Langerwehe Stadium in Düren in a friendly against a local district eleven a day after the end of the season: Against a side made up of players from three Middle Rhine League sides – Germania Lich-Steinstraß, Viktoria Arnoldsweiler and Borussia Freialdenhoven – FCB won 4-3 with a brace from Anatoliy Tymoshchuk and goals from Holger Badstuber plus the then Bundesliga top goalscorer Mario Gómez.

 
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