Beer tent instead of international match: BVB star from Munich celebrates at the Wiesn - in the absolute party tent
Created: 09/27/2022, 13:52
By: Patrick Mayer
Instead of the DFB team in the Schottenhamel marquee at the Wiesn: Karim Adeyemi (Wednesday) from Borussia Dortmund.
© Screenshot Instagram@karim_adeyemi
National coach Hansi Flick does without BVB attacker Karim Adeyemi in the DFB team.
The Dortmunder uses this for a visit to the Wiesn in his hometown of Munich.
The marquee he chooses has it all.
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"Most of all Munich's youth meet in Schottenhamel", writes the official Oktoberfest portal of the Bavarian capital about the huge beer hall below the Bavaria.
"You don't just sit across from each other at the classic beer set, but also around the corner.
That increases communication and the potential for flirting!” the description continues.
Wiesn in Munich: Karim Adeyemi from Borussia Dortmund celebrates at the Oktoberfest
National player Karim Adeyemi from Borussia Dortmund had his picture taken on just such a beer table set.
Documented on his own Instagram account on Monday (September 26) noon.
The 20-year-old attacker was born in Munich, grew up in the Isar metropolis and was trained at suburban club SpVgg Unterhaching.
National coach Hansi Flick had dispensed with the BVB attacker for the international matches of the DFB team against Hungary (0: 1) and in England (3: 3) at the end of the Nations League.
These are the last endurance tests before the 2022 World Cup in Qatar (November 20 to December 18).
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Adeyemi obviously used this circumstance to visit the Oktoberfest in his hometown with friends.
Striking: The Schottenhamel is known as an absolute party tent for teenagers and young adults.
Things really get going here, sometimes people party like there's no tomorrow.
Because: The aforementioned beer table sets are lined up close together around the stage, from which the Wiesn band heats up to 9,000 visitors.
Celebrate where the league competitor FC Bayern is at home.
Karim Adeyemi (BVB): Grew up in Munich, sorted out by FC Bayern
As a young boy, Adeyemi was not good enough for the football giants from the South.
At the age of seven to nine, today's Bundesliga star trained on Säbener Strasse in Munich.
From there we went back to the southern district of Forstenried for a year, where the youngster was born in 2002.
Eventually he joined the SpVgg Unterhaching.
Red Bull Salzburg became aware of him, and he came to the Ruhr area in the summer via the Austrians (2018-2022).
The rival of the "Reds" paid a fee of rumored 30 million euros for the native of Munich.
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Bayern had decided to sort me out.
Karim Adeyemi in August 2021
"Bayern decided to sort me out," he told
in August 2021 after winning the U21 European Championship .
Adeyemi had already declared to
at the end of 2019 : "In the Bundesliga I'm a Dortmund fan".
FC Bayern, on the other hand, is “not my club at the moment.
I wish Dortmund they win the league so Bayern stop dominating the league."
Despite all the sporting competition, the national player is always visiting the Bavarian capital.
His mother Sandra works in the office of SpVgg Unterhaching, his father Abbey in scouting for today's regional league team.
And his best friend Ben is doing an apprenticeship in the inn that is integrated into the 15,000-seat stadium in Hachinger Sportpark.
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His move to Dortmund reportedly brought the club a transfer fee of more than six million euros.
The connection to the game association is not only great because of that.
His parents live a bit away from the stadium in a semi-detached house in Haching, where son Karim still has a room.
From there it obviously went to the Wiesn in the city center - to the party tent for young people.