FC Bayern says no to the Super League

Tue 20 April 2021 | 16:00

Bayern Munich have been at the forefront of the news in the last 24 hours and the team's reluctance to participate in the European Super League has aroused much admiration.

 An hour ago, the club's managers officially announced that Bayern Munich will be in the Champions League next season and is not interested in participating in the European Super League.

The club's

official website

states: “

Our members and fans reject a Super League,”

said president Herbert Hainer

. “As FC Bayern, it is our wish and our aim that European clubs live the wonderful and emotional competition that is the Champions League, and develop it


together with UEFA. FC Bayern says no to the Super League.”

CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge reinforced that:

“On behalf of the board, I would like to make it explicitly clear that FC Bayern will not be taking part in the Super League. FC Bayern stands in solidarity with the Bundesliga. It always was and is a great pleasure for us to be able to play and represent Germany in the Champions League. We all remember fondly our 2020 Champions League victory in Lisbon – you don’t forget such a joyful moment. For FC Bayern, the Champions League is the best club competition in the world




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