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Bayern Munich Junior Team

Bayern Munich Junior Team
logo
Full name FC Bayern Munich Junior Team
Founded 1902
1995 (Restructured)
Ground FC Bayern Munich Headquarters
Chairman Herbert Hainer
Manager Wolfgang Dremmler

Bayern Munich Junior Team is the youth academy for German football club Bayern Munich. The Junior Team was created in 1902 and restructured in 1995. It has educated many players who have become regulars in the Bundesliga and Germany. The vision for the Junior Team is "to educate young players so that it will be possible for FCB to keep a global position in club football in the next millennium and its mission is "to have the best youth development in club football." Rosters remain unchanged while players train for their position. Bayern Munich Junior Team uses a 4–3–3 formation system from D Juniors and upwards. Bayern Munich has scouts all over the world. Bayern Munich has developed a "Talent Day". In 2003, Bayern Munich started partnering with other football clubs. The penultimate stage for youngsters at Bayern is Bayern Munich II.

History

The Junior Team was created in 1902[1] and restructured in 1995.[2]

Overview

The vision for the Junior Team is "to educate young players so that it will be possible for FCB to keep a global position in club football in the next millennium and its mission is "to have the best youth development in club football."[3]

There are 165 players, 16 instructors and managers, 1 physiotherapist and 1 masseur.[1] Rosters remain unchanged while the kids learn their trade whether it be for goalkeeper, defence, midfield or forward. They are trained for no more than 1 or 2 positions.[4]

Bayern Munich Junior Team uses a 4–3–3 formation system from D Juniors and upwards.[1] Players from overseas are offered accommodation in a youth apartment block with 13 single rooms inside the club grounds on Säbener Straße.[1] The facility arrangement at different to many other high profile clubs, in that both the first team and the youth teams train at the same location.[2]

Bayern Munich has a residence building for players who are between 15 and 18 and live too far away from the training ground.[5] Up to 14 youth team players can live there.[5] They have an employee in the residence building where in the morning waking up and prepares a breakfast buffet and also takes care of small and large problems of youth players.[5] There are up to eight part-time teachers are available to support the youth players to compensate for the educational gaps.[5] The ground floor of the youth center is also the office of the junior team and a meeting room for the coaches.[5]

Scouting

Bayern Munich has scouts all over the world, though most of the scouting happens within a few hours drive of Munich.[4] Thomas Hitzlsperger, Christian Lell, Andreas Ottl, current first team players Philipp Lahm and Bastian Schweinsteiger and most recent graduates Holger Badstuber, Diego Contento and Thomas Müller are all from either Munich or within a 70 km radius of the city.

As part of the restructuring and to help find players for the Junior Team, Bayern Munich has developed a "Talent Day" where up to 500 boys are scouted. The Talent Days are done over Saturday and Sunday.[6] The format used is 3 twenty-minute 5-a-side matches on reduced-sized football fields.[6] The scouts are looking for how well the participants "cope with the ball" "particular skill", "excellent dribbling" and "good vision".[6] An average of seven children will make it to the Bayern Munich Junior Team during Talent days.[4] Talent Days has drawn "worldwide attention".[6] The event has drawn participants from all over Germany along with participants from Austria, France, Italy, Egypt, Slovenia, Slovakia and Australia.[6][7]

In 2003, Bayern Munich started partnering with other football clubs.[8] The partner clubs are SpVgg Unterhaching, Ingolstadt 04, Kickers Offenbach and Ulm 1846, 1860 Rosenheim, SpVgg Landshut, TSV Milbertshofen and SC Fürstenfeldbruck.[8] SpVgg Unterhaching, Ingolstadt 04, Kickers Offenbach and Ulm 1846 are the elite partners.[8] 1860 Rosenheim and SpVgg Landshut are regional partners.[8] TSV Milbertshofen and SC Fürstenfeldbruck are local partners.[8] Udo Bassemir is responsible for club partnerships.[8] Players they are interested in are not transferred immediately.[8] They allow the player to train at their own club and at Bayern Munich's training fields and the transfer happens at the "right time".[8]

FC Bayern II

The penultimate stage for youngsters at Bayern is Bayern Munich II, which currently plays in the Regionalliga Bayern.

Youth squad

Under 19

Source: fcbayern.de/de/teams/junior-team/u19

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK David Hundertmark
2 DF Felix Pohl
3 DF Vincent Friedrich
4 DF Philipp Walter
5 DF Nicola della Schiava
6 MF Gianluca Gaudino
7 MF Daniel Hägler
8 MF Marco Hingerl
9 FW Michael Eberwein
10 MF Lucas Scholl
11 FW Milos Pantovic
12 GK Leon Fischhaber
13 FW Dominik Martinovic
14 FW Kevin Nsimba
15 DF Yannick Günzel
No. Position Player
16 MF Marco Pfab
17 FW Michael Strein
18 MF Valentin Micheli
19 MF Akin Memetoglou
20 MF Marco Zupur
21 MF Marcel Leib
22 MF Bastian Grahovac
23 GK Tomas Zieger
24 DF Alexander Gschwend
25 DF Lukas Ramser
26 FW Michael Molata
27 DF Chima Okoroji
28 MF Bernard Mwarome
29 MF Alexander Handle
30 MF Ivica Simic

Under 17

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
-- GK Enrico Carusok
-- GK Daniel Shorunkeh-Sawyerr
-- GK Christian Janscheck
-- GK Jannis Sternberg
-- DF Patrick Zinner
-- DF Marco Friedl
-- DF Maximilian Dick
-- DF Simon Schurr
-- DF Nikola Gavric
-- DF Maxime Awoudja
-- DF Mustafa Sarici
-- DF Resul Türkkalesi
No. Position Player
-- MF Fabian Benko
-- MF Matthias Stingl
-- MF Marco Stefandl
-- MF Felix Götze
-- MF Niklas Lohmann
-- MF Yannick Maurer
-- MF Samet Yazir
-- MF Niklas Dorsch
-- MF Yousef Emghames
-- MF Mario Crnicki
-- FW Milos Pantovic
-- FW Tom Zimmerscheid

Technical staff

The head of the junior team is Michael Tarnat, assisted by Björn Andersson and Udo Bassemir. The following staff are in charge of the various age groups:

Role Under-19 Under-17 Under-16
Head coach Heiko Vogel Heiko Herrlich Harald Cerny
Assistant coach Danny Schwarz Antonio Di Salvo
Alexander Weissmann
Stefan Klos
Goalkeeper coach Walter Junghans Uwe Gospodarek Peter Sirch
Fitness coach Pascal Wunderlich Valentin Sötz
Physiotherpist Wolfgang Gebhardt Florian Göttl

Other coaches with younger age groups include Marco Toppmöller, Sebastian Backer and David Alaba.

Noted graduates

Andreas Ottl graduated from the Bayern Munich Junior Team
Player Year joined club Years played
for 1st team
National team Years Played
for National Team
Franz Beckenbauer 1959 1964 – 1997  Germany
Sepp Maier 1959 1962 – 1979  Germany
Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck 1962 1966 – 1981  Germany
Klaus Augenthaler 1975 1976 – 1991  Germany
Markus Babbel 1981 1991–2000  Germany 1995–2000
Christian Nerlinger 1986 1992 – 1998  Germany
Dietmar Hamann 1989 1993–1998  Germany 1998–2005
Stefan Wessels 1998 1999–2003
Owen Hargreaves 1997 2001–2007  England 2001 – 2008
Philipp Lahm 1995[9] 2002 – present  Germany 2004 – 2014
Piotr Trochowski 1999 2002–2005  Germany 2006 – 2010
Christian Lell 1993[10] 2003–2010
Zvjezdan Misimović 2000 2003–2004  Bosnia-Herzegovina 2004 – present
Michael Rensing 2002 2003–2010
Thomas Hitzlsperger 1989  Germany 2004 – 2010
Bastian Schweinsteiger 1998[11] 2003 – present  Germany 2004 – present
José Paolo Guerrero 2002 2004–2006  Peru 2005 – present
Andreas Ottl 1996 2005–2011
Mats Hummels 1995 2007 – 2009  Germany
Toni Kroos 2006 2007 – 2014  Germany 2010 – present
Thomas Müller 2000[12] 2008 – present  Germany 2010 – present
Holger Badstuber 2002[13] 2009 – present  Germany[14] 2010[14] – present
David Alaba 2008 2010 – present  Austria 2009 – present
Diego Contento 1995[15] 2010 – 2014  Germany
Emre Can 2009 2012 – 2013  Germany
Julian Green 2010 2013 - present (on loan)  United States

Honours

  • Reserve team

Recent seasons

The recent season-by-season performance of the club:[16]

Heads of the Junior Team

Head Start date End date Source
Werner Kern 1998 30 June 2012 [2][17]
Hans-Jörg Butt 1 July 2012 7 August 2012 [17][18]
Wolfgang Dremmler 9 August 2012 Present [19]

German championship winning teams

Bayern Munich has won the German under 19 championship three times and the under 17 championship four times. Here are the championship winning teams with goals in the final in brackets:

Under 19

2001:[20][21] FC Bayern Munich – Bayer Leverkusen 3–2
Philipp Heerwagen - Leonhard Haas (1) - Markus Husterer - Peter Endres - Martin Rietzler - Enzo Contento - Paul Thomik - Barbaros Barut - Markus Feulner - Philipp Lahm - Zvjezdan Misimović (1) - Piotr Trochowski (1) - Florian Heller - Yunus Karayün
2002:[22][23] FC Bayern Munich – VfB Stuttgart 4–0
Michael Rensing - Leonhard Haas - Alexander Aischmann - Andreas Ottl - Barbaros Barut - Michael Stegmayer - Christian Lell - Paul Thomik - Bastian Schweinsteiger - Philipp Lahm (1) - Piotr Trochowski (2) - Erdal Kilicaslan (1) - Borut Semler - Serkan Atak - Peter Endres
2004:[24] FC Bayern Munich – VfL Bochum 3–0
Michael Stegmayer - Paul Thomik (1) - Andreas Ottl (1) - Rainer Storhas - Timo Heinze - José Luis Ortíz - Fabian Müller - Borut Semler (1) - Sebastian Heidinger - Markus Steinhöfer - Marijan Holjevac

Under 17

1989:[25] FC Bayern Munich – Hertha Zehlendorf 1–1 (5–4 pen)
Andreas Schöttl - Markus Babbel - Daniel Punzelt - Karaula - Dieter Schönberger - Alexander Roth - Schmidt - Christian Nerlinger - Max Eberl - Gehann - Tripp - Bauer - Papachristous
1997: FC Bayern Munich – Werder Bremen 3–0
Matthias KüfnerMarcin Mamzer - Stephan Kling - Stefan Bürgermeier - Simon KelletshoferSebastian Backer - Benjamin Schöckel - Steffen Hofmann - Sebastian Bönig - Zvjezdan Misimović - Daniel JungwirthPatrick Mölzl - Thomas Hitzlsperger - Aykin Aydemir - David Reinisch
2001:[20] FC Bayern Munich – Borussia Dortmund 4–0
Michael Rensing - Markus Grünberger - Andy Balck - Daniel Brode - Christian Lell - Florian Stegmann - Andreas Ottl - Bastian Schweinsteiger (1) - Oguz - Thorsten Schulz - Paul Thomik - Domenico Contento - Erdal Kilicaslan (2) - Serkan Atak (1) - Robert Rakaric
2007:[26] FC Bayern Munich – Borussia Dortmund 1–0
Ferdinand Oswald - Uwe Schlottner - Christoph Herberth - Matthias Haas - Schapfl - Mario Erb - Gianluca Simari - Roberto Soriano - Jonas Hummels - Diego Contento - Mehmet Ekici - Nikola Trkulja - Vincent Bönig - Yannick Kakoko (1) - Elender

References

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  2. ^ a b c "THE BOYS of BAYERN: A look at the FC Bayern Munich Junior Team". Retrieved 2006-11-04. 
  3. ^ "THE BOYS of BAYERN: A look at the FC Bayern Munich Junior Team". Retrieved 2006-11-01. 
  4. ^ a b c "THE BOYS of BAYERN: A look at the FC Bayern Munich Junior Team". Retrieved 1 November 2006. 
  5. ^ a b c d e "Das Jugendhaus" (in German).  
  6. ^ a b c d e "Australian lad among crop of hopefuls".  
  7. ^ "‘Total success’ with kids from all over the world". Bayern Munich. 4 June 2012. Retrieved 4 June 2012. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h "VEREINSPARTNERSCHAFTEN" (in German).  
  9. ^ "Philipp Lahm". Bayern Munich. Retrieved 23 June 2010. 
  10. ^ "Defender Lell heads for Hertha Berlin". Bayern Munich. 23 June 2010. Retrieved 23 June 2010. 
  11. ^ "Bastian Schweinsteiger". Bayern Munich. Retrieved 23 June 2010. 
  12. ^ "Thomas Müller". Bayern Munich. Retrieved 23 June 2010. 
  13. ^ "Holger Badstuber". Bayern Munich. Retrieved 23 June 2010. 
  14. ^ a b "Badstuber earns first senior cap". Bayern Munich. 30 May 2010. Retrieved 23 June 2010. 
  15. ^ "Diego Contento". Bayern Munich. Archived from the original on 30 May 2010. Retrieved 23 June 2010. 
  16. ^ Fussball.de - Ergebnisse (German) Tables and results of all German football leagues
  17. ^ a b "Club bids official farewell to Butt & Co". FC Bayern Munich. 22 May 2012. Retrieved 9 August 2012. 
  18. ^ "Butt to leave FCB youth development post". FC Bayern Munich. 7 August 2012. Retrieved 9 August 2012. 
  19. ^ "Dremmler appointed head of FCB youth section".  
  20. ^ a b Deutschlands Fussball in Zahlen - Die Saison 2000-01 (German) publisher: DSFS, published: 2001, page: 287, accessed: 1 December 2008
  21. ^ Meisterschaft 2000/2001 .:. Finale (German) Weltfussball.de, accessed 20 June 2013
  22. ^ Deutschlands Fussball in Zahlen - Die Saison 2001-02 (German) publisher: DSFS, published: 2002, page: 307, accessed: 1 December 2008
  23. ^ Meisterschaft 2001/2002 .:. Finale (German) Weltfussball.de, accessed 20 June 2013
  24. ^ Meisterschaft 2003/2004 .:. Finale (German) Weltfussball.de, accessed 20 June 2013
  25. ^ 50 Jahre Bayerischer Fussball Bund (German) publisher: BFV, published: 1996, page: 130, accessed: 1 December 2008
  26. ^ B-Jugend erneut Vizemeister (German) , accessed: 1 December 2008

External links

  • Bayern Munich U19 Team website
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