Klaus Augenthaler became the first player ever to win seven Bundesliga titles.
It all began with a good clip round the ear, unfortunately for TSV 1860 Munich.
Eccentric, revolutionary, firebrand, uncompromising rebel: Paul Breitner was a player who split opinions.
The name Stefan Effenberg is synonymous with one of the most glorious periods in the club's history.
Brazilian wizard Giovane Elber conquered hearts and the record books.
Konrad ‘Conny’ Heidkamp joined FC Bayern in 1928/29. He lived and breathed the role of Bayern captain.
'To me, this isn't a job, it's a passion!' Only one man at Bayern could be responsible for such a statement.
Eight-time champion and Champions League winner.
An undisputed regular and top performer on the pitch, he personified consistency.
“Despite all the trophies, he's remained modest and never acted like a star".
Sepp Maier, was one of the finest goalkeepers the world has ever seen.
8 March 2000, 10.37 pm: it was one of those moments guaranteed to bring out goose bumps on the skin.
Only one player has run up 365 goals in the Bundesliga: Gerd Müller. The striker remains the all-time highest scorer in Germany's top flight.
Franz ‘Bulle’ Roth earned his place on Bayern's all-time roll of honour in his very first season in Munich.
Looking back on it afterwards, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge described joining FC Bayern in 1974 as a “kamikaze mission.”
Every successful side needs unsung heroes like Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck.
Undisputed superstar and crowd favourite Mehmet Scholl entertained the Munich fans for a full decade and a half.
Bastian Schweinsteiger won a host of titles with FC Bayern. He is therefore sure of a place in the Hall of Fame.