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Thomas MÜLLER
FC Bayern Munich (GER)
 
Full name Thomas Müller
Date of Birth September 13, 1989
Birthplace Weilheim, West Germany
Height 186 cm
Position Second striker (or attacking midfielder / right winger)
Foot Right
Nationality German
Club FC Bayern Munich (GER)
Nation Germany
Int. debut Age 20 (March 3, 2010 - vs. Argentina)
World Cups 16 matches (2018: 3 / 2014: 7 / 2010: 6)
SEASON CLUB
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LVL
APP
GLS
2018-19 Bayern Munich
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1
?
?
2017-18 Bayern Munich
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1
29
8
2016-17 Bayern Munich
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1
29
5
2015-16 Bayern Munich
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1
31
20
2014-15 Bayern Munich
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1
32
13
2013-14 Bayern Munich
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1
31
13
2012-13 Bayern Munich
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1
28
13
2011-12 Bayern Munich
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1
34
7
2010-11 Bayern Munich
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1
34
12
2009-10 Bayern Munich
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1
34
13
2008-09 Bayern Munich
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1
4
0

CAREER TRANSFERS
None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


TFR PLAYERS
Teams represented (central column) +
TFR Players Rankings (right column)
2018-19 Bayern Munich
?
2017-18 Bayern Munich
15
2016-17 Bayern Munich
15
2015-16 Bayern Munich
7
2014-15 Bayern Munich
8
2013-14 Bayern Munich
3
2012-13 Bayern Munich
4
2011-12 Bayern Munich
21
2010-11 Bayern Munich
8
2009-10 Bayern Munich
8
2008-09 Bayern Munich
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OTHER TFR RANKINGS
2018-19 ?
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2017-18 Top Assists
3
2016-17 Top Assists
17
2015-16 Top Scorers
8
2014-15 Top Scorers
6
-  Top Assists
9
2013-14 Top Scorers
5
- Top Assists
9
2012-13 Top Scorers
14
-  Top Assists
9
2011-12 Top Assists
8
- Young Guns
1
2010-11 Top Assists
6
- Young Guns
2
2009-10 Top Scorers
14
- Top Assists
3
- Young Guns
2
2008-09 None
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DID YOU KNOW ?

Müller was born in Weilheim, Upper Bavaria, and grew up in the nearby village of Pähl, which became the centre of media attention during his World Cup exploits in 2010.

Müller played as a youth for TSV Pähl, before joining FC Bayern München in 2000, aged 10. He progressed through the youth setup, and was part of the team that finished runner-up in the U-19 Bundesliga in 2007.

As he came through the youth system, he was seen primarily as a midfielder, but since breaking into the first-team he has been used in more forward roles.

In December 2009 he married his long-time girlfriend Lisa Trede, a semi-professional equestrian.


He made his international debut in March 2010 against Argentina, being named in the starting eleven for the match at the Allianz Arena, his home stadium.

He almost missed out on the 2010 World Cup because he fell off his bicycle at the team's training camp in South Tyrol suffering a scare.