- Hoeneß re-elected Bayern president.
- First held the position between 2009-2014.
- Replaces Karl Hopfner.
Uli Hoeneß has been re-elected FC Bayern München president, it was announced at the club's annual general meeting on Friday.
The 64-year-old ran unopposed in the election, and replaces Karl Hopfner, who had held the position since May 2014 in Hoeneß's absence.
Hoeneß, a three-time European Cup winner in his playing days with Bayern, first became president in 2009.
Also present at the AGM, deputy chairman Jan-Christian Dreesen revealed that Bayern made a record turnover of €626.8 million for the fiscal year 2015/16, surpassing the previous year's earnings by €103.1.
"FC Bayern München is in outstanding shape, operating at the highest Champions League level in financial terms," Dreesen said. "Our FC Bayern is in a superb position. That's been the case for the last few years, and that's more than ever true for 2016!"