FC Bayern is celebrating its tenth championship in a row and, for the first time since the start of the pandemic, has been able to celebrate with the fans on the town hall balcony at Marienplatz. SPOX accompanies the celebrations in the live ticker.
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2:36 p.m.: Uli Hoeneß has just commented on the heavily criticized Hasan Salihamidzic: “It’s a hunt! When we won six titles, nobody talked about Hasan. Now I only hear Hasan, Hasan! He’s not solely responsible for the transfer market. But the whole board!”
2:32 p.m.: Oliver Kahn begins the speech: “We have heard that the competition is hoping to become champion next year. You can forget that!”
2.30 p.m.: The Bayern fans chant: “Lewa stay! Lewa stay!” Bayern President Herbert Hainer says: “We still have Robert up here for a little while and will speak to him.” And he also said a few words about Ukraine: “The war must stop immediately!” Word!
2:26 p.m.: Now he has appeared. But like everyone else, the sports director is not in ecstasy. But maybe the whistles from yesterday’s fan festival are still hanging around.
2:23 p.m.: Where is Hasan Salihamidzic?
2:22 p.m.: Nagelsmann does not receive an exclusive invitation, but is allowed to enter the stage with Tillmann, Richards, Vidovic and Co. The Bayern coach isn’t in a brutal mood either, but he said he wouldn’t escalate.
2:20 p.m.: Sarr, Ninanzou, Choupo-Moting and Sane come together. Sane with a Coke bottle, but apparently with as much interest in the event as a visit to the dentist.
2:17 p.m.: So brutal mood does not come up. You can leave it like that. Lewandowski dances into Neuer’s camera, Müller takes Gnabry’s sunglasses away to watch Neuer’s video.
2:14 p.m.: Ulreich, Kimmich, Coman, Früchtl, Tolisso and Süle are there too. Süle has the championship trophy in his hand.
2:11 p.m.: Now comes Robert Lewandowski. If hearing is not deceptive, there are indeed occasional boos. But Lewandowski is in a good mood and of course he has a pair of stylish sunglasses with him.
2:08 p.m: Neuer is the first player to come. With sunglasses and “Wake me up” by Avicii as the warm-up music. The fans leave. He is followed by Thomas Müller, about whom stadium announcer Lehmann says: “Germany’s most successful professional footballer.” It’s so.
2:05 p.m.: Now it’s really starting. The crew is right on the balcony. Players will be announced individually. Let’s see if there will be whistles for Süle, Lewnadowski and Co.
1:59 p.m.: Oliver Kahn speaks at BR: “We must not lose focus and concentration on the important things.”
He says to Lewandowski: “We know this alarmism from the past. We made Robert an offer, he rejected it and that’s his right. He still has a year of contract and he will fulfill it. Basta! We are very consistent there. There is none Player who is bigger than the club.”
To find a replacement: “We have to constantly search for fresh blood. It’s an ongoing process that’s ongoing.”
1:57 p.m.: Herbert Hainer on Bayern TV: “We haven’t been here for three years. It’s a fantastic experience.” This morning Hainer was still in a one-two and was talking about Robert Lewandowski. Click here!
1:52 p.m.: Thomas Müller also speaks. “We’re happy to be here, even if some of those from yesterday still have a list. But the sunglasses are included.”
1:49 p.m.: Oliver Kahn with a dig at ex-OB Christian Ude. Loud laughter from the guests. Roca’s face like this: “What is a Ude?”
1:47 p.m.: Oliver Kahn speaks to the invited guests in the town hall: “FC Bayern has made history.” Then he thanks the Mayor of Munich, Dieter Reiter. Applause, the players behind with brutal mood. Not.
1:45 p.m.: leon Goretzka just said on BR after the reporter said that the Bayern players used to celebrate five days of the championship: “Now you get pissed off if you fly to Ibiza for two days.” isso.
1.40 p.m.: The Bavarians enter the town hall. Serge Gnabry with sunglasses says: “It’s just because of the sun.” Gnabry continues on the return to Marienplatz: “Last year we drank a red wine with Jo Kimmich, that was nice too, but I’m happy that we’re here now.”
1:29 p.m.:The team is almost at Marienplatz, and now it’s straight to City Hall via Maximilianstrasse. Before that, there’s an entry in the city’s Golden Book. Then it’s up to the balcony.
1:20 p.m.: There is of course a lot going on at Marienplatz. Our Bayern reporter Johannes Ohr is on site and just sent the editors this photo. He says, “Here it’s bursting at the seams!”
1:16 p.m.: The FC Bayern team has now set off and is on its way from Harlaching via Giesing to the city centre. Traffic is reasonably free so it shouldn’t take that long.
1:03 p.m.: The first players get on the bus. All are equipped with a traditional costume – and most also with a beer.
12:58 p.m.: The arrival at Marienplatz will be postponed a bit. The team just had a white sausage breakfast and the team isn’t on the bus yet.
FC Bayern: celebration of the championship at Marienplatz in LIVETICKER – before the start
before start: The festivities will start around 1 p.m. A big question, however, is how the superstar Robert Lewandowski and sports director Hasan Salihamdizic will be received. The latter received whistles at a fan festival on Nockherberg the night before.
before start: It’s been a long time since the German record champions were allowed to celebrate a championship with their fans on the town hall balcony. This was last the case in 2019, since then the pandemic has made it impossible. The enthusiasm of the fans should be correspondingly high today.
before start: Welcome to the FC Bayern championship celebrations at Marienplatz!
FC Bayern: Championship celebration at Marienplatz on TV and LIVESTREAM
Anyone who wants to see moving pictures of the championship celebrations on the town hall balcony is in good hands with FC Bayern itself. He offers the celebrations, for example, on his website as well as on YouTube via live stream. In addition, Bavarian television and the in-house pay station FC Bayern TV Live will broadcast the event on TV.
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