By the time 1970 hit, Bayern Munich had just two Bundesliga titles to their name and a solitary Cup Winners' Cup. By 1977, however, they were considered one of Europe's powerhouses. This is the story of how Bayern became Germany's most powerful football club, a true representation of its people.
From the defiance of Kurt Landauer against the Nazis to Bayern's dominance over four distinct eras - 1970-1977, 1984-1990, 1996-2008 and 2011-2016 - we've covered all the great names, stories and glories through the history of Die Roten. It's history the club is extremely proud of, and we've brought it to life in this unique magazine.
With a stunning cover paying homage to nine Bayern legends framing our biggest magazine to date at almost 170 pages, as well as art and data accompanying every feature, we've delved deep into the red half of Munich - from the Olympiastadion to the Allianz - to bring you a magazine that celebrates everything good about the game.
- Kurt Landauer and a defiance of the Nazis
- Franz Beckenbauer: Der Kaiser
- 1970-1977: the coming of Bayern Munich
- Paul Breitner: rebel, hero, genius
- 1984-1990: the domestic years of gold
- Maier, Pfaff, Aumann, Kahn, Neuer: a rare goalkeeping lineage
- The Gerd Müller and Robert Lewandowski debate
- 1996-2008: a reawakening of Bayern in Europe
- Mehmet Scholl
- The Boardroom: Hoeneß, Rummenigge, Beckenbauer, Salihamidžić, Kahn
- Thomas Müller and the mind of a Raumdeuter
- Arjen Robben, Franck Ribéry: the greatest modern wing partnership
- Philipp Lahm: a decade in the sun
- 2011-2016: Jupp, Pep and the shape of success
- Bayern by numbers
- Redesigned Evolution of a Logo
- The Allianz Arena illustrated fact file
- Eight great kits illustrated
... and much more
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