Written byAyush Gupta
There are a number of football clubs in Europe, who are among the best in the world and have dominated the circuit for years.
Being Germany's most successful club, it has also scripted a number of all-time records, as we take a look.
Considering the record attendance for Bayern, it is debatable.
Having played at over three venues to date, there is no official data as to their record attendance.
However, Allianz Arena, which has been their home since 2005, has seen a record capacity crowd of 75,000.
It came against FC Schalke 04 in February 2015, which saw both the teams playing a thrilling 1-1 draw.
When it comes to the top goal-scorer at the club, the only and only name that would most certainly dominate for years is the German legend, Gerd Müller.
Having scored 564 goals in 605 matches, Müller also holds the record of most League, European and Cup goals for the club.
He is also the record German goal-scorer, having scored 735 goals in his career.
Consistent performance always overrules the number of goals scored by a player in every match or one's career.
As far as playing the most number of matches for Bayern is concerned, Germany's Sepp Maier holds the record, having played 700 matches across competitions.
He also holds the record of the most league and cup appearances, as being a goal-keeper made things easier for him.
The manager plays an immense and crucial role in the success of any club.
Considering Bayern, there have been a number of managers who have had success.
However, it was Ottmar Hitzfeld, who was the most successful in his two separate tenures at the club.
Bayern won 14 trophies under him, including five Bundesliga honors and the Champions League.
Tough to replicate this performance.
Biggest win: 7-0 vs Basel (2011-12 UEFA Champions League)
Youngest player: Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (17 years, 10 days)
Longest-serving manager: Udo Lattek (8 years, 295 days)
Most points earned in a season: 91 points in 34 matches (2012-12 Bundesliga)
Most goals in a single season: 101 in 34 matches (1971-72 Bundesliga)
Most clean sheets in a single season: 21 (2012-13 Bundesliga)
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