|Place of birth Memmingen, Germany|
0000–1964 TSV Bertoldshofen
|Playing position |
1964–1966 SpVgg Kaufbeuren
Name Franz Roth
Height 1.79 m
Date joined 1966
|Date of birth (1946-04-27) 27 April 1946 (age 69)|
Franz Roth vs Colonia Finale DFB-Pokal 1970 1971
Franz "Bulle" Roth (born 27 April 1946 in Memmingen) is a former German footballer. He earned four caps for the Germany national football team and was nicknamed "the Bull" due to his physical playing style.
- Franz Roth vs Colonia Finale DFB Pokal 1970 1971
- Franz Roth vs jpesti Dzsa Coppa dei Campioni 1973 1974
Roth was a big game player and had a knack of scoring important goals in massive games for Bayern Munich. He scored the only goal of the 1967 European Cup Winners' Cup Final against Rangers in extra time, which was enough to give Bayern victory, and their first triumph in European competition. He opened the scoring in the 1975 European Cup Final win over Leeds United, a game in which Roth won the midfield battle against Billy Bremner. Roth scored for the third time in the final of a European competition, with his 57th-minute strike against AS Saint-Etienne 1976 European Cup Final enough to give Bayern a 1–0 victory, and retain the European Cup for the third straight season.
Roth is one of the most decorated players in Bayern Munich history and has been voted into their Hall of Fame.