Bayern Honorary Chairman Hoeness celebrates his 71st birthday, and the club sends a message of congratulations

January 5th Today is the 71st birthday of the former Bayern Munich Club Honorary Chairman Hoeness, and Bayern officially tweeted a message for him

Hoeness was born on January 5, 1952. Today is his 71st birthday. In the player era, except for a short loan at Nuremberg, Hoeness dedicated his career to Bayern, winning 3 Bundesliga titles,
1 German Cup champion, 3 Champions League champions and 1 Intercontinental Cup champion, and at the national team level, he represented West Germany in the 1974 World Cup and the 1972 European Cup.

After hanging up his boots in May 1979, Hoeness immediately entered the Bayern club and initially served as a commercial manager. On November 27, 2009, after 30 years in the managerial position, Hoeness was elected chairman of the club.
Since Hoeness entered Bayern’s management, the club has achieved great success on the court, winning 24 Bundesliga titles, 14 German Cup titles, 2 Champions League titles, 1 Europa League title, 1 UEFA Cup title, 1 UEFA Cup title and 1 UEFA Cup title.
Club World Cup champion and 1 Intercontinental Cup champion, while financial income is also rising steadily. In addition, Hoeness is also the main promoter of the completion of the Allianz Stadium.

In 2019, Hoeness retired and served as the honorary chairman of the club. As a player and manager, Hoeness spent 49 years at Bayern, and he has dedicated himself to the club.

(Goblin Slayer)