Bayern Munich’s dominance in the German Football is unrivalled by any other club in any other nation, consistently performing every single year for several decades now. Hence why they are loved by thousands of fans and Bayern Munich tv listings are the most watched in the country. Outside of their home nation, even those who aren’t fans of the club still marvel at Bayern Munich on tv as their performances in Europe are equally as exciting, and Bayern Munich’s football tv listings always stand out. Never miss a match when keeping an eye out for all of our updates right here!
Bayern Munich won the Bundesliga last season.
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Formed in Munich, Bavaria nearly 120 years ago, Bayern Munich has achieved glittering success during that time. It took them just 30 years to achieve their first major title when they became German football champions in 1930. This competition turned into the Bundesliga in 1963 but they didn't get accepted till 1965, when they ended their first season in 3rd place. This was right in the midst of their golden era where they won the European Championship 3 times in a row and from 1968-1974 they won every championship.
Since then, they have won the Bundesliga, as well as all other German competitions, a record number of times. Today, they are just a formidable as they have always been and won every league championship since 2012 and the DFB/DFL Supercup for the last 3 years running, alongside remaining a massive threat in the Champions League too. With all this considered, it is no wonder that Bayern Munich on TV and Bayern Munich live streams are the some of the most popular football on tv and football live stream events every year.
Kits and Crest and Stadiums
While their kit has been altered in various ways over the years, they've predominately been red with either additional colourings of either white or blue. With a team of such a massive history, they have a fairly modest crest of just a red circle containing the colours of Bavaria. Less modest though is their stadium, the Allianz Arena. A massive 75,000-seater stadium, which is easily recognisable when watching Bayern Munich on TV by its exterior, which changes colour reflective of the match or event that is happening.
Bayern Munich have two main rivals, 1860 Munich, who were formerly a more successful club, as well as FC Nuremberg who they have a more historic rivalry with that stretches back to the 1920s. The latter of which is commonly referred to as the Bavarian Derby, which is one of the biggest German football tv listings. However, they have a few other historical rivalries based on big historical losses, such as Borussia Dortmund and 1. FC Kaiserslautern.
Key players and legends for the club include wingers Franc Ribery and Arjen Robben and goalkeeper Manuel Neuer. However, they have a huge abundance of quality in their team many of which also represent German at a national level.