All-Time Record – Bayern Munich v Real Madrid


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Bayern Munich sweeper KLAUS AUGENTHALER, who later went on to capture the ultimate prize with West Germany at the 1990 FIFA World Cup tournament hosted by Italy, is waved off the pitch by French match referee MICHEL VAUTROT in the 30th minute of the second leg of the 1987 European Cup semifinal tie opposite Real Madrid at the enormous Estadio Santiago Bernabeu in the captial city of Spain.
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1975/76 – European Cup semifinal
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Real Madrid 1 – Bayern Munich 1
BAYERN MUNICH 2 – Real Madrid 0

(Bayern Munich win 3-1 on aggregate)

1986/87 – European Cup semifinal
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BAYERN MUNICH 4 – Real Madrid 1
REAL MADRID 1 – Bayern Munich 0

(Bayern Munich win 4-2 on aggregate)

1987/88 – European Cup quarterfinal
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BAYERN MUNICH 3 – Real Madrid 2
REAL MADRID 2 – Bayern Munich 0

(Real Madrid win 4-3 on aggregate)

1999/2000 – UEFA Champions League second group stage
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Real Madrid 2 – BAYERN MUNICH 4
BAYERN MUNICH 4 – Real Madrid 1

(both teams advance to knockout round)

1999/2000 – UEFA Champions League semifinal
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REAL MADRID 2 – Bayern Munich 0
BAYERN MUNICH 2 – Real Madrid 1

(Real Madrid win 3-2 on aggregate)

2000/01 – UEFA Champions League semifinal
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Real Madrid 0 – BAYERN MUNICH 1
BAYERN MUNICH 2 – Real Madrid 1

(Bayern Munich win 3-1 on aggregate)

2001/02 – UEFA Champions League quarterfinal
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BAYERN MUNICH 2 – Real Madrid 1
REAL MADRID 2 – Bayern Munich 0

(Real Madrid win 3-2 on aggregate)

2003/04 – UEFA Champions League round of 16
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Bayern Munich 1 – Real Madrid 1
REAL MADRID 1 – Bayern Munich 0

(Real Madrid win 2-1 on aggregate)

2006/07 – UEFA Champions League round of 16
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REAL MADRID 3 – Bayern Munich 2
BAYERN MUNICH 2 – Real Madrid 1

(4-4 on aggregate, Bayern Munich win on away goals rule)

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Brazil international GIOVANE ELBER, the prolific striker who helped his Bavarian employers secure the continent’s most-coveted title in 2001, scored four goals for record German champion Bayern Munich over the course of eight career UEFA Champions League matches opposite traditional Spanish La Liga giant Real Madrid.

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  1. Matt boone

    Nice article.. Didn’t realize the long history. I’m worried about this Madrid team because of their coach

    • LOOSE CANNON

      Historically speaking, these Bayern Munich v Real Madrid match-ups are razor tight! … Knock on wood, but Bayern Munich have never lost to Real Madrid on German soil.

      • Matt

        You better of knocked on wood… i am so nervous for this game… if they can pull off a win It will make my month… I’m worried the damn refs might call everything in Spaniards favor… if there are multiple penalty’s in this game ill be pissed

      • LOOSE CANNON

        I am a little concerned that the Bayern Goal Rush that was booming earlier this spring has dried up somewhat, particularly the last two matches …