2011–12 FC Bayern Munich season

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Bayern Munich
2011–12 season
Chairman Uli Hoeneß
Manager Jupp Heynckes
Stadium Allianz Arena
Bundesliga 2nd
DFB-Pokal Runners-up
Champions League Runners-up
Top goalscorer League:
Mario Gómez (26)

All:
Mario Gómez (41)
Highest home attendance 69,000 vs. Bor. Mönchengladbach, 7 August 2011
69,000 vs. Hamburg, 20 August 2011
Lowest home attendance 64,000 vs. FC Ingolstadt, 26 October 2011
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2011–12 season of Bayern Munich began on 27 June with their first training session. In the yearly Forbes' list of the most valuable football clubs, Bayern Munich were ranked the fifth-most valuable team in the world.[1]

Review and events

Nils Petersen of Energie Cottbus became the first official signing of Bayern's 2011–12 season. The next two signings were Schalke 04 goalkeeper Manuel Neuer followed shortly thereafter by former Schalke right-back Rafinha (after having spent one season at Genoa). On 27 June 2011, it was announced that Gamba Osaka's Japanese teenage prodigy Takashi Usami would be joining Bayern on a one-season loan (with an option to make the switch permanent). Usami will become the first Japanese player ever to play for Bayern. On 14 July, Bayern confirmed the signing of the defender Jérôme Boateng from Manchester City, following drawn-out negotiations.

In light of the signing of Neuer, goalkeeper Thomas Kraft departed for newly promoted Hertha BSC.[2] Andreas Ottl also joined Hertha.[3] Hamit Altıntop joined Real Madrid,[4] while Miroslav Klose opted to join Lazio[5] after negotiations with Bayern over a new contract failed. All these players left on free transfers. Mehmet Ekici joined Werder Bremen for €5 million.[6]

On 1 August, Bayern played their first competitive match of the season against Eintracht Braunschweig.[7] The match was the competitive debut for Manuel Neuer, Jérôme Boateng and Rafinha.[7] The match saw the beginning of Jupp Heynckes' third stint in charge of the club.[7] Bayern won the match with goals from Mario Gómez, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Thomas Müller.[7]

Friendlies

Pre-season

LIGA total! Cup 2011

Bayern played in the 2011 LIGA total! Cup. The tournament was held in the Coface Arena and organized by Bayern's prime sponsor Deutsche Telekom. In this tournament matches consisted of two 30 minutes halves each. The Reds faced Hamburger SV in the first game and Mainz 05 in the second game. Borussia Dortmund was the winner of the tournament.

Audi Cup 2011

Bayern played the 2011 Audi Cup at home in the Allianz Arena, with Milan, Barcelona and Internacional from Brazil in a four-team, knockout tournament.

Other friendlies

Bayern travelled to Trentino, Italy, in early July to play a Trentino regional XI and the Qatar national team in friendlies. After that, Bayern played Carl Zeiss Jena in a benefit match. Between the LIGA total! Cup and the Audi Cup, Bayern played the annual Dream Game against two official fan clubs in Passau. The season officially started on 1 August with the Round 1 of the DFB-Pokal against Eintracht Braunschweig. The first Bundesliga match was against Borussia Mönchengladbach on 7 August 2011. After the Bundesliga started, Bayern played a benefit match against the club from Thomas Müller's home town.

Mid-season

Bayern's winter training camp took place in Doha, Qatar, from 2 January until 9 January 2012. There, Bayern played against Al-Sailiya S.C., the "African Club of the Century" Al-Ahly S.C. from Cairo and a local U-19. After that, they played the Audi Football Summit in India against the India National Team and Rot-Weiß Erfurt in a benefit match.

Post-season

Bayern played against the Netherlands national team in a compensation match for Arjen Robben's injury during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Competitions

Bundesliga

The 2011–12 Bundesliga campaign began on 7 August when Bayern played in the opening game of the season against Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Match
Date
Ground
Opponent
Score1
Pos.
Pts.
GD
Report
1 7 August H Borussia Mönchengladbach 0 – 1 12 0 -1
2 13 August A VfL Wolfsburg 1 – 0 10 3 0
3 20 August H Hamburger SV 5 – 0 2 6 5
4 27 August A 1. FC Kaiserslautern 3 – 0 1 9 8
5 10 September H SC FreiburgGermany 7 – 0 1 12 15
6 18 September A Schalke 04 2 – 0 1 15 17
7 24 September H Bayer LeverkusenGermany 3 – 0 1 18 20
8 1 October A 1899 Hoffenheim 0 – 0 1 19 20
9 15 October H Hertha BSCGermany 4 – 0 1 22 24
10 23 October A Hannover 96 1 – 2 1 22 23
11 29 October H 1. FC Nürnberg 4 – 0 1 25 27
12 6 November A FC Augsburg 2 – 1 1 28 28
13 19 November H Borussia Dortmund 0 – 1 1 28 27
14 27 November A Mainz 05Germany 2 – 3 3 28 26
15 3 December H Werder Bremen 4 – 1 1 31 29
16 11 December A VfB Stuttgart 2 – 1 1 34 30
17 16 December H 1. FC Köln 3 – 0 1 37 33
18 20 January A Borussia Mönchengladbach 1 – 3 1 37 31
19 28 January H VfL Wolfsburg 2 – 0 1 40 33
20 4 February A Hamburger SV 1 – 1 2 41 33
21 11 February H 1. FC Kaiserslautern 2 – 0 2 44 35
22 18 February A SC FreiburgGermany 0 – 0 3 45 35
23 26 February H Schalke 04 2 – 0 2 48 37
24 3 March A Bayer LeverkusenGermany 0 – 2 2 48 35
25 10 March H 1899 Hoffenheim 7 – 1 2 51 41
26 17 March A Hertha BSCGermany 6 – 0 2 54 47
27 24 March H Hannover 96 2 – 1 2 57 48
28 31 March A 1. FC Nürnberg 1 – 0 2 60 49
29 7 April H FC Augsburg 2 – 1 2 63 50
30 11 April A Borussia Dortmund 0 – 1 2 63 49
31 14 April H Mainz 05Germany 0 – 0 2 64 49
32 21 April A Werder Bremen 2 – 1 2 67 50
33 28 April H VfB Stuttgart 2 – 0 2 70 52
34 5 May A 1. FC Köln 4 – 1 2 73 55

Last updated: 5 May 2012
Source: DFB.de
1Bayern Munich goals come first.
Ground's country's flag and opponent's country's flag shown when from a different country of Bayern Munich.
Pos. = Position in league, Pts. = Points, GD = Goal difference, Ground: H = Home, A = Away, N = Neutral, HR = Home replacement, AR = Away replacement.

DFB-Pokal

Bayern kicked off the 2011–12 DFB-Pokal against Eintracht Braunschweig in Braunschweig, where they advanced to the second round with a 3–0 victory.

UEFA Champions League

Bayern Munich qualified for the play-off round of the 2011–12 UEFA Champions League by finishing third in the Bundesliga in 2010–11.

Play-off round

Group stage

Group A
Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Germany Bayern Munich 6 4 1 1 11 6 +5 13
Italy Napoli 6 3 2 1 10 6 +4 11
England Manchester City 6 3 1 2 9 6 +3 10
Spain Villarreal 6 0 0 6 2 14 −12 0

Knockout phase

Round of 16
Quarter-finals
Semi-finals
Final

Overall record

Competition First match Last match Record
G W D L GF GA GD Win %
Bundesliga 7 August 2011 5 May 2012 34 23 4 7 77 22 +55 067.65
DFB-Pokal 1 August 2011 12 May 2012 6 4 1 1 15 6 +9 066.67
Champions League 17 August 2011 19 May 2012 15 10 2 3 29 11 +18 066.67
Total 55 37 7 11 121 39 +82 067.27

Squad information

Squad Season 2011–12
No. Player Nat. Birthdate at FCB since previous club BL matches BL goals Cup matches Cup goals CL matches CL goals
Goalkeepers
1 Manuel Neuer Germany 27 March 1986 2011 Schalke 04 33 0 5 0 14 0
22 Hans-Jörg Butt Germany 28 May 1974 2008 Benfica 1 0 1 0 1 0
24 Maximilian Riedmüller Germany 4 January 1988 2008 SV Heimstetten 0 0 0 0 0 0
32 Rouven Sattelmaier Germany 7 August 1987 2010 Jahn Regensburg 0 0 0 0 0 0
Defenders
2 Breno Brazil 13 October 1989 2008 São Paulo 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Daniel Van Buyten Belgium 7 February 1978 2006 Hamburger SV 12(1) 4 1(1) 0 6(1) 0
13 Rafinha Brazil 7 September 1985 2011 Genoa 20(4) 0 3(1) 0 5(2) 1
17 Jérôme Boateng Germany 3 September 1988 2011 Manchester City 26(1) 0 6 0 15 0
21 Philipp Lahm (captain) Germany 11 November 1983 1995 Junior Team 31 0 5 0 14 0
26 Diego Contento Germany 1 May 1990 1995 Junior Team 5(6) 0 1(1) 0 2 0
28 Holger Badstuber Germany 13 March 1989 2002 Junior Team 32(1) 0 5 0 12 0
Midfielders
7 Franck Ribéry France 7 April 1983 2007 Marseille 27(5) 12 4 2 14 3
10 Arjen Robben Netherlands 23 January 1984 2009 Real Madrid 18(6) 12 3 2 8(1) 5
14 Takashi Usami Japan 6 May 1992 2011 Gamba Osaka 2(1) 0 0(1) 1 0(1) 0
23 Danijel Pranjić Croatia 2 December 1981 2009 Heerenveen 4(3) 0 1(1) 0 1(4) 0
27 David Alaba Austria 24 June 1992 2008 Junior Team 14(16) 2 4(2) 1 8(3) 0
30 Luiz Gustavo Brazil 23 July 1987 2011 1899 Hoffenheim 18(10) 1 6 0 10(2) 0
31 Bastian Schweinsteiger (vice-captain) Germany 1 August 1984 1998 Junior Team 18(4) 3 3 1 9(2) 1
39 Toni Kroos Germany 4 January 1990 2006 Junior Team 27(4) 4 6 1 14 2
44 Anatoliy Tymoshchuk Ukraine 30 March 1979 2009 Zenit 17(6) 0 2(2) 0 7(5) 0
Forwards
9 Nils Petersen Germany 6 December 1988 2011 Energie Cottbus 2(7) 2 1(1) 2 1(3) 0
11 Ivica Olić Croatia 14 September 1979 2009 Hamburger SV 4(16) 2 1(3) 0 2(3) 2
25 Thomas Müller Germany 13 September 1989 2000 Junior Team 33(1) 7 4(1) 2 9(5) 2
33 Mario Gómez Germany 10 July 1985 2009 VfB Stuttgart 30(3) 26 4(1) 2 13(1) 13
Last updated: 19 May 2012

Goal scorers

Penalties

Bookings

Minutes played

Transfers and loans

Transfers in

Team kit

Home
Away
Away Alternate
Away Alt. 2
Away Alt. 3
Third
Type Shirt Shorts Socks First appearance / Info
Home Red Red Red
Away White Navy White
Away Alt. White White White Bundesliga, Match 8, 1 October against Hoffenheim
Away Alt. 2 White White Navy Bundesliga, Match 10, 23 October against Hannover2010-11 Third Socks
Away Alt. 3 White Navy Navy Bundesliga, Match 14, 27 November against Mainz
Third Black Black Black European Kit

Reserve team

Bayern's reserve team were coached by Andries Jonker and finished 14th in the Regionalliga Süd.

Squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Germany GK Rouven Sattelmaier
2 Turkey DF Cüneyt Köz
3 Germany DF Emre Can
4 Netherlands DF Timothy van der Meulen
5 Germany DF David Vržogić
6 Germany MF Sebastian Dreier
7 France FW Saër Sène (released January 2012, signed for New England Revolution)
8 Netherlands MF Anduele Pryor
9 Germany FW Manuel Fischer
10 Germany MF Bastian Müller
11 England FW Dale Jennings
12 Germany MF Nicolas Jüllich
13 Germany DF Max Dombrowka
14 Germany DF Antonio Pangallo
15 Germany MF Dennis Chessa
16 Germany MF Rico Strieder
17 Germany FW Koray Altınay
18 Netherlands MF Boy Deul
19 Germany FW Pascal Reinhardt
No. Position Player
20 Germany MF Niklas Horn
21 Austria FW Toni Vastić
22 Germany MF Daniel Steimel
23 Austria MF Deniz Mujić (joined FC Pasching in January 2012)
24 Germany GK Maximilian Riedmüller
25 Germany GK Daniel Müller
26 Germany MF Danny Schwarz
27 Germany FW Nils Petersen
28 Japan MF Takashi Usami (on loan from Gamba Osaka)
30 United States MF Fabian Hürzeler
31 Germany MF Vladimir Ranković
33 Germany FW Patrick Weihrauch
34 Austria MF Christian Derflinger
36 Austria FW Dominik Burusic
37 Austria FW Alessandro Schöpf
38 Germany MF Edwin Schwarz
39 Germany DF Maximilian Eberwein
41 Germany MF Maximilian Rothenbücher
42 Germany DF Lukas Grill

References

  1. ^ Dan Bigman (19 April 2012). "The World's Most Valuable Soccer Teams". Forbes. Forbes. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "Kraft finalises move to Hertha". AFP. 9 May 2011. Retrieved 23 September 2011. 
  3. ^ "Official: Andreas Ottl Transfers to Hertha Berlin". fcbayernreport.com. 21 May 2011. Retrieved 23 September 2011. 
  4. ^ "Real Madrid complete Altintop capture". ESPN Soccernet. 19 May 2011. Retrieved 23 September 2011. 
  5. ^ "Miroslav Klose joins Lazio on free transfer from Bayern Munich". The Guardian. 9 June 2011. Retrieved 23 September 2011. 
  6. ^ "Report: Mehmet Ekici to Transfer to Werder Bremen". fcbayernreport.com. 11 May 2011. Retrieved 23 September 2011. 
  7. ^ a b c d Hamley, Chris (1 August 2011). "Bayern safely through to DFB Cup second round". FC Bayern Munich. Retrieved 12 May 2012. 
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