Bayern Munich's final home game of the Bundesliga season will be a Bavarian derby against Augsburg on Saturday. Though this entire season has felt like a celebration for the club, they will finally be presented with the trophy they won last month and will then hold a roving party through the streets of Munich and ending up at the town hall. And to ensure the most festive possible atmosphere, the club posted a request on their official website asking fans to attend the match in costume.
According to Bild, the players will also change into their Oktoberfest lederhosen after the match so as not to feel left out.
In other Bayern celebration news, May 9 marks manager Jupp Heynckes' 68th birthday (making him the oldest manager to win the Bundesliga title, says Opta). Here's his appropriately themed cake...
Since Pep Guardiola hasn't spontaneously combusted yet, I think we can assume Jupp's birthday wish didn't come true.