Bundesliga: The last time FC Bayern wasn’t German champions…

Bundesliga: The last time FC Bayern wasn’t German champions…

The practice fee still had to be paid, Benedict XVI. was Pope, Ballack played in Leverkusen, Kroos at FC Bayern. This and much more was different when FC Bayern did not become champions recently.

Many children have never experienced this before: FC Bayern will not become German football champions. The last time the Munich team didn’t celebrate with the bowl was in 2012. At that time, Borussia Dortmund became champions. The designated new champion Leverkusen finished fifth in the Bundesliga at the time.

In 2012…

…was Benedict XVI. nor Pope.

…the musician Psy stormed the charts with Gangnam Style.

…Christian Wulff resigned as Federal President. Joachim Gauck became his successor.

…Michael Schumacher drove his last Formula 1 season. Sebastian Vettel became world champion.

…Markus Lanz took on the TV classic “Wetten,dass..?”.

…Barack Obama was re-elected as US President.

…the Italian Mario Balotelli stopped the German national team in the European Championship semi-finals with a brace.

…Jamaica’s sprint star Usain Bolt won three of his eight gold medals at the 2012 Olympic Games. Kobe Bryant, who died in 2020, won gold with the US basketball players.

…a year after the dream wedding of Prince William and Kate in England, there were still no lovers, Prince Harry and Meghan. Harry was dating model Cressida Bonas.

…Apple brought the iPhone 5 onto the market. Microsoft released Windows 8.

…Toni Kroos still played for FC Bayern – and Michael Ballack for Bayer Leverkusen.

…Jacques Rogge was IOC president, FIFA was led by Sepp Blatter.

…Facebook went public. Twitter didn’t do that until a year later.

…Die Toten Hosen sang the hit days like this.

…Horst Seehofer was still Prime Minister in Bavaria, Hannelore Kraft was Prime Minister in North Rhine-Westphalia.

…Lionel Messi played for FC Barcelona, ​​Cristiano Ronaldo for Real Madrid and Kylian Mbappé for the youth team of INF Clairefontaine

…was Theo Zwanziger’s last year as DFB president.

…Vitali Klitschko was still in the ring as a professional boxer.

…ZDF announced that the TV classic “A Case for Two” with Claus Theo Gärtner as Josef Matula will be discontinued.

…the Bond film Skyfall with Daniel Craig was released in cinemas.

…the practice fee still had to be paid when visiting the doctor.

…Nintendo launched the Wii U game console.

…Reinhold Beckmann moderated the ARD sports show and Michael Steinbrecher moderated the ZDF sports studio.

Source: Stern

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