Manuel Neuer is set to make his 500th competitive appearance for Bayern Munich on Matchday 17 of the 2023/24 campaign. - © Christian Kaspar-Bartke/Bundesliga
Manuel Neuer is set to make his 500th competitive appearance for Bayern Munich on Matchday 17 of the 2023/24 campaign. - © Christian Kaspar-Bartke/Bundesliga
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Manuel Neuer's record-breaking Bayern Munich career in numbers

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As the Bayern Munich legend makes his 500th appearance for the club, we look at the remarkable numbers Manuel Neuer has racked up so far...

The Bayern and Germany No.1 has hoarded records throughout his stellar career.

1 - The 37-year-old is the only goalkeeper in Bundesliga history to have played 100+ appearances and concede fewer goals (402) than games played (485, at an average of 0.83 per game).

2 - He is the only goalkeeper in European football to win the treble of domestic league, domestic cup and UEFA Champions League twice.

4 - Neuer has been Bayern captain since 2017, when he became only the fourth goalkeeper in history (after Sepp Maier, Raimond Aumann and Oliver Kahn) to be given the armband.

5 - From 2013 to 2016, the Gelsenkirchen-native was named World's Best Goalkeeper by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS) four years in a row. He claimed the honour for a fifth time in 2020.

5 - Neuer is one of five players who took part in both of Bayern's trebles, in 2013 and 2020 (alongside Thomas Müller, David Alaba, Jerome Boateng and Javi Martinez). 

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11 - As well as Müller, Neuer is the only Bayern player to have featured in each of the club's record-breaking 11 successive league titles. Neuer has lifted the trophy as captain in each of the past six Bundesliga victories.

18 - From October 2013 to the end of March 2014, Neuer won 18 Bundesliga matches on the bounce. No other 'keeper in Bundesliga history has enjoyed such a long winning streak.

21 - In 2015/16, Neuer set a Bundesliga record for the most clean sheets (21) in a single season.

31 - Neuer has won 31 titles as a professional at Bayern and with the national team. He is a FIFA World Cup winner and, alongside his 11 Bundesliga crowns, Neuer has won six DFB Cups, seven DFL Super Cups, two Champions Leagues, two UEFA Super Cups and two FIFA Club World Cups. That's not including all his personal honours, either.

48 - Neuer went 48 games without defeat between November 2012 and March 2014, the longest unbeaten record of any goalie in history.

117 - With 117 caps for his country, the 2014 world champion has played more times for Germany than any other goalkeeper.

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193 - Neuer celebrated his 150th Bundesliga victory in just his 193rd game, reaching the milestone faster than any other player.

223 - With 223 Bundesliga clean sheets, Neuer holds the Bundesliga record for the most shutouts.

329 - Neuer is tied with Thomas Müller for the most wins in Bundesliga wins in history (329).

486 - Neuer has played 486 Bundesliga games since debuting for Schalke in August 2006, which is more than any active player. He sits 15th in the all-time rankings, with Claudio Pizarro (490) next in his sights.

500 - Neuer has now appeared 500 times in competitive games for Bayern, going level with Bastian Schweinsteiger in 10th on the club's all-time list of most outings in all competitions.

588 - From Matchday 2 to 17 of the 2014/15 campaign, Neuer went 588 Bundesliga minutes without conceding away from home — another Bundesliga record.

770 - During the 2011/12 Bundesliga season, Neuer went 770 minutes without conceding. Only Kahn (802) and Timo Hildebrand (884) have gone longer.

2011 - Since 2011, Neuer has been Bayern No.1 and, at the end of November 2023, he extended his contract by one year until 2025.