Bayern Munich enjoy Oktoberfest's Bavarian beer and lederhosen 7 Oct 2013 From the section Football Share this page Share this with Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/24429252 Read more about sharing. Led by coach Pep Guardiola, Bayern Munich players, staff and their families enjoy the festivities at the city's annual Oktoberfest celebration on Sunday. The event, which is the world's largest beer festival, began in 1810 and now attracts over six million visitors from across the world. Guardiola poses for photographers in his traditional Bavarian outfit including lederhosen and a Miesbacher hat. "I must say that the hat looks marvellous on him," said Bayern director of football Matthias Sammer. The Spaniard, who joined the German champions in the summer, tucks into a pretzel alongside his wife Christina and Bayern chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. "Celebrate freely. Our next game isn't for another two weeks. We can enjoy the beer," ex-Germany midfielder Rummenigge told the players. Bayern skipper Philipp Lahm and forward Thomas Muller, and their respective wives, clink their huge steins of Bavarian lager. Guardiola and Rummenigge were joined by other Bayern officials including director of football Matthias Sammer and president Uli Hoeness. Bayern's Brazilian defender Dante, pictured here with his family, also dons a traditional Bavarian outfit as the players socialised on the final day of Oktoberfest. Teenage winger Mitchell Weiser, Germany defender Jerome Boateng and Switzerland midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri. Netherlands winger Arjen Robben and his family get into the spirit as they all dress up for the occasion. Spain midfielder Thiago Alcantara, who moved to Munich from Barcelona in the summer, enjoys the celebrations with his girlfriend Julia Vigas. Pep Guardiola takes a good swig to celebrate Bayern moving top of the Bundesliga. The team outing took place the day after his side drew 1-1 at third-placed Bayer Leverkusen. Bayern forward Franck Ribery poses with an impersonator of King Ludwig I of Bavaria, who reigned between 1825 and 1848. The first Oktoberfest in 1810 was part of the wedding festivities following King Ludwig I's marriage to Theresie. Bayern midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger, pictured with his girlfriend Sarah Brandner, swaps his football shorts and socks for Bavarian lederhosen and calf socks. Bayern also wore a special Oktoberfest-inspired tracksuit before each of their games during the two-week festival. Schweinsteiger, Diego Contento and Javi Martinez promoted the Alpine Parade jacket last month.