bundesliga.com has crunched the numbers, with new records - desired and otherwise - abounding over the course of 2014/15. Why not dive right in...
843 - The total number of goals scored in the Bundesliga this season, 124 fewer than in 2013/14.
145 - The overall number of home wins was exactly the same as it was last term.
79 - Only 79 away wins were posted in 2014/15, the lowest figure since 2005/06.
2 - Hamburger SV are the first ever Bundesliga club to contend the relegation play-offs for two consecutive years. Eintracht Frankfurt are the only other top-flight side to have been in the play-offs twice.
11 - SC Paderborn 07 lost 11 of their 17 games in the second half of the season. No other team was defeated as often in 2015.
11 - Frankfurt went unbeaten in their last 11 home games (seven wins, four draws), the club's longest such run for 15 years. Conversely, however, the Eagles failed to win at all in their last 11 away matches.
10 - 1. FC Köln's 2-2 draw with VFL Wolfsburg was their tenth straight home game without defeat (three wins, seven draws). They have not managed a similar feat for 23 years.
8 - SV Werder Bremen's 3-2 reverse at Borussia Dortmund was their eighth successive defeat to away BVB, equalling their worst ever run of away results against a single team.
0 - FC Schalke 04 failed to win away from home at all in the second half of the season, drawing four and losing five.
4 - Hannover 86's 2-1 win over SC Freiburg marked the first time all season that they went four games undefeated. Two victories in their last two outings helped them avoid the drop.
5 - Bremen lost their final match of the season for a fifth consecutive year.
4 - Paderborn's Marc Vucinovic scored his maiden Bundesliga goal in the fourth minute on Saturday. The goal was also his club's fastest-ever strike in the top flight.
200 - Hannover recorded their 200th home win in the Bundesliga.
100 - Freiburg defender scored an own-goal in his 100th - and last - Bundesliga appearance, inadvertently contributing to his side's demotion to the second tier.
91 - netted his 91st Bundesliga goal at the weekend, overtaking Austria's Toni Polster to sit in ninth place in the all-time top scoring foreigners list.
22 - FC Bayern München kept 22 clean sheets in 2014/15, setting a new Bundesliga record.
20 - Of that tally, 20 clean sheets belonged to , who likewise set a new Bundesliga record for single-season shut-outs.
69 - Wolfsburg chalked up 69 points this season, equalling the club record set in their championship-winning 2008/09 campaign.
61 - Bayer 04 Leverkusen ended the season on 61 points, exactly the same total as last year, when they likewise finished in fourth place.
31 - In the second half of the season, Dortmund collected more than twice as many points (31) as they did prior to the winter break (15).
4 - Freiburg have now been relegated from the Bundesliga four times, following demotions in 1997, 2002 and 2005.
17 - Hertha Berlin lost more times than any other side this season, but still finished 15th ahead of Hamburg thanks to a superior goal difference.
15 - FC Augsburg's 3-1 triumph away to Borussia Mönchengladbach was their 15th win this term - their highest ever number of victories in a single season.
0 - Augsburg were the only Bundesliga side not to draw a single match away from home this season.
14 - VfB Stuttgart finished the season in 14th place - the first time in 2015 that they have been outside of the bottom three.
10 Hamburg have a decent record under coach Bruno Labbadia, winning ten points from his six games in charge to finish in the relegation play-off spot.