Bayern Munich conclude winter training camp in Qatar Jan 17, 2020 0 124 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaBayern München men’s senior team spent last week in Qatar at their annual winter training camp. The German champions were based at the Aspire Academy in Doha from January 4 to 10 and utilised its world-class facilities in preparation for the remainder of the 2019-2020 season, when they will challenge for the Bundesliga title, DFB Cup and the UEFA Champions League. Qatar Airways is a proud Platinum Sponsor of the five-time European champions whose stars include among others current French World Cup winners Benjamin Pavard, Corentin Tolisso and Lucas Hernandez, Germany’s world champions of 2014 Manuel Neuer, Thomas Müller and Jérôme Boateng as well as international top stars such as Philippe Coutinho, along with Robert Lewandowski who stars in the Qatar Airways in-flight safety video. The airline became Platinum Sponsor of FC Bayern in 2018, securing a long-term partnership with the Bundesliga club.Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar al Baker, said: “Qatar Airways is delighted to have welcomed the most decorated German football club, FC Bayern München, to Doha. We are dedicated to being associated with top global names in football such as FC Bayern, who consistently demonstrate an ambition to be the best. The world-class sport facilities available here in Doha, coupled with the warm Qatar hospitality, make it the perfect winter destination for many top European football clubs.”During the club’s visit, the airline invited children from the Qatar Cancer Society to meet the football stars on the sidelines of their training session. Additionally, two lucky, lifelong FC Bayern fans from Germany were granted VIP access to meet the club’s players after winning an all-expenses paid trip to Doha courtesy of Qatar Airways.On January 20, Bayern’s women’s senior team will also travel to Doha to start its winter preparation for the current campaign at Aspire Academy. The women’s winter camp of FC Bayern will include social activities such as girls practise sessions delivered by the club’s coaches to promote grassroots sport. Pages 1234 RELATED ARTICLES India’s oldest football team forced into merger with rival Jan 17, 2020 0 166 Liverpool take on Man Utd but more eyes on bottom of the table clash Jan 17, 2020 0 102 Mbappe bags 20th goal as PSG thrash Monaco Jan 17, 2020 0 385 ‘Can’t let this slide’: Anger grows over smoke haze play at Australian Open AFP Melbourne Britain’s Liam Broady Thursday lashed out at Australian Open officials for insisting qualifying take place this week despite toxic smoke from bushfires, telling fellow players: “We can’t let this go.” ..