Four times, Clarence Seedorf won the Champions League in its impressive career with three different clubs. One of the favorite opponents of the Dutch football icon in the royal class was FC Bayern.

This revealed Seedorf in a kicker interview on the occasion of its award with the Walther-Bensemann prize of the German German Academy of Football Culture.

In addition to Juventus and Manchester United, FC Bayern had been one of the opposing teams he had preferably, said Seedorf.

The 45-year-old had brought the title in the Champions League in 2003 and 2007 and in both years on the way to winning the Henkelpott also turned off the German record champion.

Clarence Seedorf very grateful for his big career

It was a privilege to play with so many inspiring players and clubs in different countries at a high level, said Seedorf in retrospect on his active career, where he also in 1995 with Ajax Amsterdam and 1998 with Real Madrid in the Royal Class triumphed.

All this time was unique. I am very grateful for everything I was allowed to see, and the people I could get to know. I could go to all my previous clubs and would receive with open arms, ​​that s a wonderful feeling So the former world-class midfielder, who acted from 2018 to 2019 as head coach of the Cameroon National Team.

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Werder Bremen, 1. FC Cologne, VfB Stuttgart and HSV big teams

Also in the national leagues in Spain and Italy, Seedorf celebrated great successes. According to Germany, however, the 86-colored international of the Elftal never bug.

The boom of the Bundesliga started ten years ago, I would say. When my career began, Italy and Spain were leading, England brought in with the Premier League later. But there are a few very interesting clubs in Germany, for which I like Shaid, said Seedorf.

In this context, he called Werder Bremen, the 1st FC Cologne, the VfB Stuttgart and the Hamburg SV. All big teams as I grow up, but have problems for years. But Germany is a top nation in terms of football, said Seedorf.