93bcc27c 1743 4c11 af8b 9fadf6326e8b
Coat of arms
F6c58def 88b3 4474 b9a3 8f71305f6f39
Shirt
02089d28 951a 40ed 996e 0ddca0fb7343

Starting lineup - published: 06.01.19

Position First name Last name Mjesto rođenja Like Dislike
GK Julian POLLERSBECK Altötting

0

image/svg+xml

0

DC Florian NIEDERLECHNER Ebersberg

0

image/svg+xml

0

DC Kevin DANSO Voitsberg

0

image/svg+xml

0

DC Niklas STARK Neustadt a.d. Aisch 

0

image/svg+xml

0

DLC Holger BADSTUBER Memmingem

2

image/svg+xml

1

DR Roberto HILBERT Forchheim

0

image/svg+xml

0

DR Stefan LAINER Salzburg

0

image/svg+xml

0

DL Diego CONTENTO München

0

image/svg+xml

1

DC/DMC Sven BENDER Rosenheim

5

image/svg+xml

0

DMC Johannes GEIS Schweinfurt

2

image/svg+xml

1

DMC Julian BAUMGARTLINGER Sazlburg

1

image/svg+xml

0

DMC/DC Stefan ILSANKER Hallein

0

image/svg+xml

0

DMC/DR Christian TRASCH Ingolstadt

0

image/svg+xml

0

DMC/DR Lars BENDER Rosenheim

0

image/svg+xml

0

MC Bastian SCHWEINSTEIGER Kolbermoor

7

image/svg+xml

0

MC Julian WEIGL Bad Aibling

11

image/svg+xml

0

MC Konrad LAIMER Salzburg

1

image/svg+xml

1

MC Marcel BUCHEL Feldkirch

0

image/svg+xml

0

ML/DL Fabian JOHNSON München

0

image/svg+xml

0

AMC Mehmet EKICI München

0

image/svg+xml

1

AMRLC Karim FREI Feldkirch

0

image/svg+xml

0

AMRLC Mario GÖTZE Memmingen

6

image/svg+xml

1

AMRL Alessandro SCHOPF Umhausen  

0

image/svg+xml

0

SS/FC Nicolai MULLER Lohr am Main

0

image/svg+xml

0

SS/FC Thomas MÜLLER Weilheim in Oberbayern

15

image/svg+xml

3

SS/FRLC Nicola SANSONE München

2

image/svg+xml

0

FRLC Kevin VOLLAND Marktoberdorf

0

image/svg+xml

0

FRLC Lukas HINTERSSER Kitzbühel

0

image/svg+xml

0

FC Sandro WAGNER München

1

image/svg+xml

0

FC/SS Stefan KIEßLING Lichtenfels

5

image/svg+xml

0

(Today part: Bavaria and Baden Wuttenburg in Germany, western Austria)

After the battles with Ulm and Austerlitz (1805), Bavaria would be granted Kingdom status. Along with the principalities and dukes of the Rhine Confederation, Bavaria was one of Napoleon's most reliable allies because it was in her interest to weaken the power of the Habsburg Emperor. Numerous internal reforms followed: a legal code modeled on Napoleon's Civil Code was introduced, religious orders were restrained, the Church's privileged position in education was reduced, etc. Also, during the Napoleonic wars, Bavaria achieved a sudden and significant territorial expansion in the form of areas that had their own, separate culture, including Swabia and much of France, which also resulted in the Bavarians becoming just one part of the entire nation that inhabits Bavaria.

One of their main identity features was Catholicism, while, for example, their linguistic and cultural similarities are greater with neighboring Austria than with the rest of the former Holy Roman Empire. By timely altering the pages of 1813, Bavaria also benefited from the fall of Napoleon, so that it would retain most of the territory acquired and secure its independent status in the future post-Napoleonic world, that is, in the German Union into which it entered.