Status: 23/09/2023, 23:14 p.m.
By: Sascha More
FC Bayern Munich are looking for reinforcements and seem to have found what they are looking for at Tuchel's former club FC Chelsea.
Update from Saturday, September 23, 23:08 p.m.: According to information from the online portal 90min, FC Bayern Munich is interested in Reece James from Chelsea FC. The 23-year-old is a trained right-back, but can also play in central defence and would therefore ideally fit into the requirements profile of the German record champions.
Reece James is apparently in the focus of FC Bayern. © IMAGO/Andy Rowland
Munich – The Bundesliga match between FC Bayern Munich and VfL Bochum will take place on Saturday, 23 September 2023, at 15:30 CET in Munich. We'll show you where and how you can watch the game live on TV and in the live stream.
FC Bayern Munich vs VfL Bochum: Bundesliga live on free TV?
- The Bundesliga match between FC Bayern Munich and VfL Bochum will not be broadcast live on free TV.
- The TV rights to the Bundesliga are currentlyshared by the pay-TV broadcaster Sky, streaming service DAZN and the free-to-air TV broadcaster Sat.1.
FC Bayern Munich vs VfL Bochum: Bundesliga live on pay-TV on Sky
- The match between FC Bayern Munich and VfL Bochum will be broadcast live on TV by the pay-TV channel Sky.
- The countdown to the match in Munich starts on Saturday, 23 September 2023, at 15:00 CET on Sky Sport with the preliminary reports.
- Kick-off is at 15:30 p.m.
- To watch the match live, you need Sky.
FC Bayern Munich vs VfL Bochum: Bundesliga live stream on Sky Go
- As a Sky customer, you can of course also watch the Bundesliga match between FC Bayern and VfL Bochum in the live stream via Sky Go on your PC or laptop or with the app on your tablet and smartphone.
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After the Champions League opener against Manchester United, FC Bayern Munich will continue in the Bundesliga against VfL Bochum. The starting eleven could change in some positions. "There's always the thought of rotating. We'll have to wait and see who is ready to go. The feedback yesterday was very positive, everyone came out of the match well. I believe that we have all of them available. We will not rotate for the sake of rotation. We need respect for our opponents," said Bayern head coach Thomas Tuchel at the pre-match press conference.
FC Bayern Munich vs VfL Bochum: Hosts clear favourites
"Bochum have a good run with three games without defeat, and they deserve it. They have a very intense style of play. We need to find the best line-up for this game. Bochum is not a game in which we just do our thing and then it takes care of itself. We have to be ready and go physically, there will be an extremely large number of sprints and duels," Tuchel continued.
The visitors from Bochum want to try to steal points from the Allianz Arena. "We're like all the teams that go to Munich: we're the blatant outsiders. It's one of the most difficult tasks of the season. But we're preparing well and want to take advantage of the admittedly small chance to get something there," said Bochum coach Thomas Letsch.
FC Bayern Munich will face VfL Bochum. © IMAGO/Moritz Mueller
Letsch clearly sets out the course of action: "We have to be self-confident and convinced of what we are doing. If doubts arise, it may not work. We're taking confidence with us from the last few games, even if we're still waiting for our first win of the season." (smr)