FC Bayern Munich II

Sport Soccer
Country Germany Germany
Home town Munich
Founding year 1900
Website fcbayern.te...

Bayern Munich II is the second team of German association football club Bayern Munich. The team played in the third Liga in 2010-11. They have successfully qualified their inaugural season in 2008 and since then showed their consistent performance while playing in the third level of German Football.

The club was formed in 1900. It is most popularly known as little Bayern and is well managed by its manager Andries Jonker. The club practices its home matches at a huge Grünwalder Stadion that has a capacity of housing 28,000 viewers at a time.

The club holds several recognition and awards for this month in various Leagues including German amateur football championship, Regionalliga Sud champions, Amateurliga Sudbayern, Amateur Oberliga Bayern, 2nd Amateurliga Oberbayern A champions and Landesliga Bayern-Süd. Along with these, the club also holds championship of different cups including Bavarian Cup, IFA Shield and Oberbayern Cup.

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