2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
13-2-2, 1st in German Bundesliga
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3hMark Lovell

Bayern president confirms Khedira meeting

Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has confirmed meeting Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira to discuss a future role at the German champions.

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Neuer absent as Bayern head to Qatar

Bayern Munich's injured goalkeeper Manuel Neuer will miss their winter training camp in Qatar, boss Jupp Heynckes has confirmed.

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Heynckes: Hummels back for Dortmund clash (0:38)
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2dMark Lovell

Sub Muller comes to Bayern's rescue vs. Stuttgart

It was rough sledding for Bayern Munich, but substitute Thomas Muller came to the rescue, scoring the lone goal in a 1-0 win vs. Stuttgart.

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Ulreich's late heroics save the day for Bayern Munich (0:32)
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Muller strikes as Bayern go 11 clear

Sven Ulreich's penalty save in the fifth minute of added time helped earn Bayern Munich a 1-0 win at stubborn Stuttgart.

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Heynckes: No plans to end Renato Sanches' Swansea loan (0:36)
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Shaka's Power Rankings: Unbeaten City remain top (1:33)
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3dMark Lovell

Bayern won't end Sanches' Swansea loan

Jupp Heynckes has dismissed speculation that Bayern Munich are about to end Renato Sanches' disappointing loan spell at Swansea.

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3dAdriana Garcia

James not thinking about Madrid return

Colombia international James Rodriguez is not looking too far ahead and says he is just happy to be receiving regular playing time at Bayern Munich.

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4dStephan Uersfeld

Kahn regrets not leaving Bayern for United

Oliver Kahn has said that he turned down Manchester United in the early-2000s, adding that he "regrets" not joining the Premier League side.

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Heynckes: Bayern looked 'lethargic' (0:36)
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4dStephan Uersfeld

Lewy joins all-time Bundesliga scorers list

Lewandowski's 60th-minute winner against Cologne took his tally for Borussia Dortmund and Bayern to 166 goals in 242 matches.

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5dMark Lovell

Bayern's Heynckes praises Starke display in goal

Jupp Heynckes hailed academy coach Tom Starke's performance in goal as Bayern Munich edged to a scrappy 1-0 victory against last-placed Cologne.

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Lewy spares Bayern's blushes vs. Cologne

A Robert Lewandowski goal ended the resistance of rock bottom Cologne as Bayern Munich extended their Bundesliga lead to nine points with a 1-0 win.

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5dMark Lovell

Bayern's Boateng mulls moving abroad

Boateng, 29, joined Bayern from Manchester City for €13.5 million in 2011 after making 16 appearances for them.

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RankingsGerman Bundesliga

Goal Difference261st
Goals Scored372nd
Assists29Tied-1st
Goals Conceded111st