So, with six games remaining on the league calendar, bundesliga.com looks at exactly what else this record-breaking ensemble can accomplish...
- Bayern have occupied top spot in the Bundesliga on each and every Matchday in 2012/13 - a feat achieved only on four previous occasions (1968/69, 1972/73, 1984/85, 2007/08).
- Bayern have conceded only 13 goals in the league so far this season - eight less than their own record count of 21 (2007/08).
- Bayern have kept 18 clean sheets in 28 Bundesliga outings thus far, having already trumped Schalke's 1971/72 record of to-nil victories (17). The current record for total Bundesliga shut-outs in a single campaign stands at 19 (Bremen twice, Bayern once).
- Bayern have enjoyed at least a two-goal winning margin in 20 of their 24 league wins to date - one shy of their 1972/73 bestmark.
- Seeing their last line of defence breached just twice on the road, Bayern are well on course to smashing Bremen's 1987/88 tally of only conceding ten away goals in a single season.
- Bayern's twelve cleansheets away from the Allianz Arena is already a new Bundesliga record (previously nine).
- Bayern's title-clinching win over Eintracht Frankfurt was their 13th on their travels this season - yet another record.
- 1. FC Köln's away day run has fallen prey to the Bayern wrecking ball, with the Bavarian club having gone 658 minutes without conceding a goal away from home (Matchdays 14-24).
- Only once has a team completed a season without losing away from home: Bayern in 1986/87.
- Werder Bremen hold the record for most away goals scored in a single season (43, 2006/07). Bayern currently have 31 away strikes to their name.
- Should Jupp Heynckes' side maintain their +66 goal difference, Bayern's 1972/73 tally of +64 will be another best mark to go under.
- 1. FC Köln were the first team to score at least once in every Bundesliga outing in a single season (1963/64; 30 Matchdays). Bayern strung together a scoring run of 36 consecutive games between 1974-1974; their current tally stands at 31.
- With an average age of 26.6, this is Bayern's youngest title-winning squad since 1993/94.
- Aged 68 by the time the season's out, Jupp Heynckes will go down as the oldest Bundesliga-winning manager of all time.
Compiled by Christopher Mayer-Lodge