Herbert Hainer’s Daughter Cause of Death: Full Details

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Herbert Hainer was born on July 3, 1954, and he can be described as a German business man. He was the former Chief Executive Officer of Adidas Group. Herbert Hainer also served as the supervisory board chairman of the FC Bayern Munich AG and he is currently in charge of FC Bayern Munich as its President.

With regard to education, Herbert Hainer attended the University of Applied Sciences Landshut. He graduated from the University after taking a course in Business Administration.

Herbert Hainer was appointed trustee of the Bundesliga Foundation at the DFL’s New Year Reception. He was also elected President of Bayern Munich on November 15, 2019. He was re-elected for a second term on October 15, 2022, and this was during their annual general meeting.

He was re-elected after recording 78% of the votes.When Herbert Hainer was a child, he always watched the matches of 1860 Munich with his two brothers and uncle at the Grünwalder-Stadion.

He had the first chance to watch Bayern Munich when he was just about 12 years. Herbert Hainer was very loyal to Bayern Munich even though his younger brother was professionally playing for Landshut and 1860.

Herbert Hainer worked as divisional sales manager for the German arm of consumer goods corporation Procter & Gamble. He is also the director of Deutsche Lufthansa and Allianz SE.

Herbert Hainer’s Daughter Cause of Death

Herbert Hainer is married to Angelika.They have been married for more than thirty years. Unfortunately, their second daughter died in 2006.


Some of the honors to the credit of Herbert Hainer include Bambi Prize in the economics category (2003) and the Image Award (2006). He was also awarded the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany (2008) and the Bavarian Order of Merit (2011).

He was also named Entrepreneur of the Year (2005) and Manager of the Year (2010).

He was the brain behind Adidas AG’s purchase of a 10% stake in FC Bayern München AG resulting in Adidas becoming the first shareholder of the record champions, creating the financial basis for the construction of the Allianz Arena.



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