Munich - Believe it or not, 2012/13 Bundesliga champions FC Bayern Munich still have plenty of other bestmarks to sink their teeth into before the season's end.
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