Stephan Lehmann (moderator)

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Stephan Lehmann (born June 23, 1962 in Munich ) is a German radio presenter and stadium announcer .


Currently at Bayern 1 in the afternoon - Stephan Lehmann.

Stephan Lehmann began his career in 1984 and was a permanent presenter at Antenne Bayern from 1988 to 2008 , where he regularly co-designed and moderated the programs Lehmann am Sonntag and Guten Morgen Bayern . The special thing about it is that he was the presenter for the first hour of broadcast at Antenne Bayern. The departure was all the more painful for many Lehmann fans at Antenne Bayern. He left the station at the end of 2008 and went to Bayern 1 . Since March 9, 2009, Lehmann has been hosting the afternoon program Bayern 1 . In June 2020 he left Bayern 1 to pursue new projects.

In the 1990s he also moderated brief programs on private television on DSF, such as the game show "PowerPlay", as well as the dome show Herz ist Trumpf on Sat.1 . However, he then concentrated almost exclusively on his radio work .

He has been a supporter of FC Bayern Munich , of which he is also a member, since his early youth . Therefore, he was offered a job as a stadium announcer for the German soccer record champions. In August 1996 he took over as the successor to Andreas Wenzel and still holds it today. Due to his many years of experience, he was appointed the official stadium announcer for the FIFA World Cup stadium in Munich during the 2006 World Cup . He also performed this activity in the Frankenstadion in Nuremberg during the Confederations Cup in 2005 .

Stephan Lehmann also achieved regional fame through his role as Alfons Feuchtgruber in the comedy program Die Feuchtgrubers by Willy Astor , which was a regular item on the program of Antenne Bayern in the 1990s. In 2007 Lehmann hosted the celebrity duel between us and Bayern ( NDR ) together with Marek Erhardt , the stadium announcer for Hamburger SV .

In 2008 Lehmann played at the Luisenburg Festival in Der Watzmann calls from Wolfgang Ambros as the Gailtalerin.

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