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Audi is a partner of top European football clubs and consistently electrifies their fleets. FC Bayern Munich is setting a good example: The German record holder and Champions League winner is the first international club to drive purely electrically.

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  • 05/02/22

    Finally back on the road: Audi and FC Bayern Munich’s “Summer Tour” heads to the United States for the fifth time

    After holding the Audi Summer Tour with the brand with the four rings in digital form for two years due to the coronavirus pandemic, FC Bayern Munich is now finally getting back on the road. This is the fifth time the tour will see the record-breaking German champions hop across the pond to the United States, where they will play games in Washington, D.C. and Green Bay. At the two Audi Soccer Summits, the reigning German champions will face D.C. United and this year’s Champions League semifinalists Manchester City.
  • 10/11/21

    Audi becomes a partner of women’s soccer at FC Bayern Munich

    Performance and passion are what both Audi and the FC Bayern München women’s soccer team stand for. And this is what the new partnership between the brand with the four rings and the FCB women’s team expresses. During the Champions League match on October 14 against BK Häcken, the players will be wearing the Audi logo on their home turf in Munich.
  • 07/30/21

    Electrification 2.0: pros from FC Bayern receive Audi e-tron GT

    Audi and FC Bayern are pushing ahead with the electrification of the soccer club that has the most members in the world. A total of 15 FC Bayern players and officials are now using the all-electric Audi e-tron GT or Audi RS e-tron GT premium models as their company cars. The official handover of the sporty electric cars took place on July 29 at the Audi Driving Experience Center in Neuburg an der Donau. Here, several FC Bayern stars experienced just how much fun it is to drive Audi’s premium electric car for the first time.

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