Adidas - Bayern Munich 2016/17 Home Football Shirt
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All products are brand new unless else stated. The condition of our used products are rated according to a 6-9 scale,
9/10 - Very good condition, almost new. Few signs of wear.
8/10 - Good condition, used but maintained well. Signs of wear.
7/10 - Used with love, clear signs of wear such as scratches, star loss etc.
6/10 - The last dance, looks for a new owner for the last time.
We call our used items "Pre-Loved" as they have been worn with care and love.
The 2016/17 season was another successful year for FC Bayern Munich, as they continued their dominance in German football under the management of Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti, who took over from Pep Guardiola at the start of the season.
Bundesliga: Bayern Munich secured their 5th consecutive Bundesliga title, maintaining a strong lead over their rivals. Their domestic dominance was clear, as they finished 15 points ahead of second-placed RB Leipzig, showcasing their consistency and strength in depth.
DFB-Pokal: In the DFB-Pokal (German Cup), Bayern reached the semi-finals but were knocked out by Borussia Dortmund, ending their hopes of a domestic double. The match finished 2-3 in favor of Dortmund, with Bayern unable to capitalize on their home advantage at the Allianz Arena.
UEFA Champions League: Bayern Munich's Champions League campaign ended in the quarter-finals, where they faced Real Madrid. The tie was highly anticipated and proved to be a dramatic affair. The first leg in Munich ended in a 1-2 defeat for Bayern. The return leg at the Santiago Bernabéu went to extra time after Bayern leveled the aggregate score, but they ultimately lost 4-2 (6-3 on aggregate), with contentious decisions and Arturo Vidal's sending off proving pivotal.
Squad: The team boasted a wealth of talent with key players such as Robert Lewandowski, who was the club's top scorer, Thomas Müller, Arjen Robben, Franck Ribéry, and the ever-reliable goalkeeper Manuel Neuer. Philipp Lahm, the club captain, and Xabi Alonso, both announced their retirements at the end of the season, marking the end of an era for the club.
Style of Play: Under Ancelotti, Bayern Munich continued to play attacking football but with a slightly different approach than his predecessor Guardiola. Ancelotti preferred a more direct style of play, although the team still maintained the possession-based approach that had become their hallmark.
Transfers: Bayern made several significant signings before the season, including Mats Hummels from Borussia Dortmund and young Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches from Benfica, who had just won the European Championship with Portugal.
- The team's response after the Champions League exit was strong, with Bayern winning their remaining Bundesliga games to clinch the title.
- The retirement of club legends Philipp Lahm and Xabi Alonso marked an emotional end to the season. Both players had been integral to the club's success over the years.