He missed the majority of Bayern's tight title contest against Borussia Dortmund in the second half of last term, but returned late in the season.
Arjen Robben announced on Thursday that he had taken the hard decision to bring his football career to an end.
Arjen Robben has called time on his illustrious career. "And now I have chose to end my career as a professional player", Robben said in a statement.
"The love for the game and the belief that you can still take on the whole world went up against the reality that not everything always turns out exactly as you would like, and that you are no longer a 16-year-old boy who didn't even know what an injury was", Robben wrote. "My quitting is permanent, but it's all right this way".
In 2007, he moved to Real Madrid, winning La Liga in his first season with the Spanish giants, before joining Bayern Munich in 2009. He developed a fantastic partnership with French winger Franck Ribéry forming the basis for Bayern's Champions League triumph in 2013.
But Robben, a Groningen youth product, will be best remembered for his time at Bayern.
Robben was a PSV player from 2002 to 2004.
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"The career that followed after that is something I only could have dreamt back then".
The 2010 World Cup finalist appeared in a total of 110 Champions League matches for Eindhoven, Real Madrid, Chelsea and Bayern.
He added: "It is maybe a cliche but there is nothing nicer than playing for your country". I finally said goodbye after 96 caps.
"I was able to play in six major tournaments and was the captain in the final years". Altogether it's an unforgettable time that I'll always cherish.
My parents, my sister, family, friends, my personal coaching team, all of the clubs, team members, coaches, journalists and fans.
Robben continued, "I lived for 19 years for my passion and tried to get the most out of it". "So I will definitely stop, but it is good that way".
On top of a glorious club career, Robben also won 96 caps for his country in 14 years, netting 37 Netherlands goals.