Uli Hoeneß (67) will not stand for re-election as club president at the next Annual General Meeting of FC Bayern München e.V. on November 15, 2019. On Wednesday, Uli Hoeneß informed fellow Executive Committee members Prof Dr Dieter Mayer and Walter Mennekes, and subsequently the FC Bayern München eV Advisory Board, about his decision. On Thursday he informed the FC Bayern München AG Supervisory Board of his decision.
Uli Hoeneß recommended the nomination of Herbert Hainer as his successor as FC Bayern München eV president to the Advisory Board members, who have the statutory duty of nominating candidates for the club presidency.
Following thorough discussion, the Advisory Board unanimously resolved to propose Herbert Hainer as a candidate for president to the club members.
In addition, the Advisory Board unanimously resolved to nominate Prof Dr Dieter Mayer (first vice-president) and Walter Mennekes (second vice-president) as candidates for their respective positions again.
Uli Hoeneß informed the FC Bayern München AG Supervisory Board that he will relinquish the chairmanship of the Supervisory Board at the first meeting of the board following the Annual General Meeting. However, Uli Hoeneß will continue as a member of the Supervisory Board for the duration of his appointment through November 2023.