Check the trophies that the Bavarian team has won in the Mundialitop to consider themselves a giant of the world.
The Bayern Munich is in a sweet time to win the Club World Cup 2020. For many, it is the team that best plays football today, although in recent weeks they have declined, but still the triumphs are in the bag.
Now, they will seek at all costs to increase their rich record in the Mundialito that takes place in Qatar. With two games on the horizon, the team led by Hans-Dieter Flick will show what it’s made of, and that’s why in Goal We bring you all the titles that the Germans have in this contest.
How many titles does Bayern Munich have in the Club World Cup?
Since the 2005 Mundialito format was implemented, Bayern have only one title to their name. This came in 2013 when, in the semifinals they faced the Guangzhou Evergrande China and defeated it by a score of 3-0.
For the final they ran into him Raja Casablanca of Morocco, which they also beat by two goals to nil. With this, the Bavarians became the first german club to win the Club World Cup.
Bayern’s titles in the Intercontinental Cup
Before the Mundialito existed, an Intercontinental Cup was held between the UEFA champion and the Copa Libertadores champion, in a round trip series. There, the Teutons managed to lift the trophy twice.
The first came in 1976 when they defeated Cruzeiro by an aggregate score of 2-0.
The second came 25 years later. In 2001, Bayern beat Boca with the lonely notation of Samuel Kuffour. It should be noted that for the edition of that year, the single-match cup was only disputed in a designated venue, in this case, Japan.
In this way, Bayern Munich will seek to raise its second Club World Cup trophy in 2021, but for that it must first go through Al-Ahly and then through the Tigres del Tuca Ferretti.