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Bayern München würdigt Franz Beckenbauer mit Trikotaufschrift – SportsLogos.Net News

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Bayern Munich, the German Bundesliga team, paid tribute to one of its legends on Friday with a special addition to their jerseys.

Former FC Bayern and West German national team defender Franz Beckenbauer passed away on Sunday, January 7. To honor him, Bayern added an inscription that read „DANKE FRANZ“ („THANK YOU FRANZ“) to their jerseys for their home game against TSG Hoffenheim on Friday, January 12. The lettering was printed in red, centrally on the chest between the Adidas logo and the club crest.


In addition, the players had Beckenbauer’s number 5 printed in retro style on the back of their warm-up jerseys and jackets. The mascots that accompanied the players onto the field before the game also wore the number 5 on the back of their jerseys.

Courtesy of Bayern Munich

The tributes to Bayern included graphics on scoreboards throughout the Allianz Arena and on the lights on the outside of the stadium. Additionally, a photo of Beckenbauer was placed at the center circle, and a minute of silence was observed before kick-off.

Courtesy of @FCBayern / Twitter

Beckenbauer passed away at the age of 78 from natural causes. He made his debut for the FC Bayern national team at the age of 18 and spent 13 seasons there, winning the Bundesliga four times, the DFB-Pokal (German Cup) four times, and the European Cup three times. He also won the North American Soccer League championship three times with the New York Cosmos and another Bundesliga title in 1981/82 with Hamburger SV. He was awarded the Ballon d’Or as the world’s best footballer in 1972 and 1976.

With the West German national team, Beckenbauer won the FIFA World Cup in 1974 and was runner-up in 1966. As the coach of the West German team, he won the 1990 FIFA World Cup and was runner-up in 1986.

Beckenbauer’s career as a club manager in the 1990s included two stints at FC Bayern, where he won a Bundesliga title and a UEFA Cup, as well as leading Olympique Marseille to the French Ligue 1 title in 1990/91.

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