This Bayern side has displayed all the requisite qualities to win a championship - flair, quality, ambition, grit and determination - in abundance. Click on the links below for bundesliga.com's video highlights of every one of their games this season, as they became Bundesliga champions for the 23rd time.
Mario Götze was on target twice as Bayern took no pity on Hamburger SV, bouncing back from UEFA Champions League elimination with an easy win at the Imtech Arena.
Claudio Pizarro's brace helped Bayern come back twice against Bremen and register a comprehensive 5-2 win at the Allianz Arena.
The Reds fell to a second successive league defeat after being outclassed by closest rivals Borussia Dortmund in the Allianz Arena.
The Bundesliga champions' record-breaking unbeaten streak was brought to an end as a much-changed side lost away to Bavarian neighbours Augsburg.
Pep Guardiola rested several first-team regulars at home to a spirited Hoffenheim side, with Claudio Pizarro grabbing a brace in a spectacular six-goal thriller.
They didn't have to wait much longer, though. Bundesliga title no. 23 (and national title no. 24) is sealed in the capital, with Bayern now 52 games.
Bastian Schweinsteiger and Co. make it 18 victories in a row by beating a brave Mainz side, although results elsewhere prevent them wrapping up the league title.
Bastian Schweinsteiger scores a peach of a free-kick to set the Reds on the road to victory over Leverkusen, the last side to beat them in the league back in October 2012.
Arjen Robben almost single-handedly dispatches FC Schalke 04, notching a hat-trick in another easy win over the Royal Blues.
Tom Starke makes his first appearance of the season and is a veritable spectator as Bayern destroy Hannover in the HDI Arena.
Five different players find the net against Eintracht Frankfurt, but it is Thiago that steals the headlines with a Bundesliga record-breaking 177 touches.
In Matchday 17's rearranged fixture, Thiago volleys home a stunning bicycle kick to break VfB Stuttgart hearts and send Bayern 13 points clear at the top.
In the New Year, Mario Götze picks up where he left off in 2013 with another classy finish to set up victory in Mönchengladbach.
Mario Götze produces another moment of brilliance to inspire the Reds past Hamburg in their final league game of 2013 before the .
Bayern embarrass Werder Bremen in their own back yard as Franck Ribery justifies his Ballon d’Or nomination with a virtuoso display, including two goals and two assists.
Arjen Robben bags a brace - his fifth and sixth goals of the campaign - to give the champions an easy victory against cellar-dwellers Eintracht Braunschweig.
In his first meeting with Borussia Dortmund since leaving for Bayern in the summer of 2013, Mario Götze returns to haunt his former club, netting the first in a convincing Klassiker win.
A bullet free-kick from Franck Ribery helps Bayern defeat near neighbours FC Augsburg and establish a Bundesliga record of 37 games unbeaten.
For the third match in a row the Reds concede first, but Thomas Müller's winner sees them past 1899 Hoffenheim and equal Hamburger SV's 36-game unbeaten record.
Mario Götze's introduction in the second half makes all the difference as the Reds come from behind to blow 1. FSV Mainz 05 away in style.
Despite having 27 attempts on goal, Guardiola's team are denied victory in the BayArena in Philipp Lahm's first run-out as a holding midfielder under the new boss.
Thomas Müller's close-range finish is enough to beat an organised VfL Wolfsburg side and maintain Bayern's 100 per cent home record.
Their first big 'test' of the season sees the Reds travel to Gelsenkirchen, where Bastian Schweinsteiger's header sets them on the road to a hugely comfortable victory.
Xherdan Shaqiri nets his maiden strike of the season, but a late equaliser from the hosts means Bayern drop their first points of the campaign to lowly SC Freiburg.
Arjen Robben's beautiful solo goal lights up the first Bavarian derby of the season, as the Reds see off a stubborn Nürnberg.
Mario Mandzukic notches for the second consecutive game, with the Reds setting a new record of 27 league matches unbeaten, a sign of what was to come.