Created on 28-12-2013 at 13:00 PM
The year 2013 goes down as truly historic for Bayern, as the Reds collected an incredible five trophies and set a host of new records. fcbayern.de reviews the facts and figures from the most successful 12 months in the club’s history.
0 - The number of times Bayern lost in the Bundesliga in the calendar year - a feat that has never been achieved before!
1 - Bayern’s position in the standings on 27 of the 34 Bundesliga matchdays in 2013. FCB were only not top for the first seven games of the current campaign.
3 - Defeats in all competitions throughout the year, meaning Munich were undefeated in 95 percent of their matches.
5 - The number of trophies collected by Bayern in 2013: the Champions League, Bundesliga, DFB Cup, UEFA Super Cup and most recently the FIFA Club World Cup. The tally is bettered only by Barcelona, who won six trophies in 2009 under Pep Guardiola.
10 - Bayern’s record-breaking winning run in the Champions League up to and including the victory away to CSKA Moscow in November. The previous record of nine straight wins in Europe’s elite club competition was set by Barcelona in 2002/03.
14 - The number of consecutive victories posted by Bayern at the start of the second half of the season in 2012/13. That broke two records at once, as no Bundesliga side had ever managed 14 straight victories before!
16 - The number of Bundesliga matches without defeat presided over by Pep Guardiola – also a new record! The previous record of 14 was set by Kaiserslautern’s Karl-Heinz Feldkamp in 1978/79.
17 - Bayern won all 17 of their home league fixtures in the calendar year, matching their own record from 1972 and 2005.
18 - The number of goals conceded by Bayern in the 2012/13 Bundesliga season, the best defensive performance in the history of the league!
19 - The number of times FCB have been top of Bundesliga at the midpoint of the season. In 16 of the previous 18 cases the championship shield ended up in Munich.
20 - Franck Ribéry’s assists in 2013, making the Frenchman the best provider at the club. He was followed by Arjen Robben (18), Thomas Müller and Philipp Lahm (17 each).
25 - The winning margin in points at the end of the 2012/13 campaign between champions Bayern and runners-up Borussia Dortmund, the biggest-ever gap between two adjacent teams in the final standings.
26 - The club’s top marksman Thomas Müller’s goalscoring total in 2013! He was followed by Mario Mandzukic (23) and Arjen Robben (22).
28 - The number of matches FCB required before sealing the league title in April away to Frankfurt. The Bundesliga has never before been won at such an early stage!
41 - Bayern’s current unbeaten run in the Bundesliga, comfortably a new record! The best previous performance of 36 games undefeated was set by Hamburg from January 1982 until January 1983.
43 - Thomas Müller’s scorer points total for the year (26 goals, 17 assists). He was followed by Arjen Robben (40) and Franck Ribéry (38).
44 - Bayern’s points total from 16 Bundesliga fixtures in 2013/14 - a new league record!
50 - Games won by Lahm, Schweinsteiger & Co. in 2013, meaning FCB won just short of nine of every 10 matches they played.
53 - The number of consecutive league matches in which FCB have scored at least once, beating the club’s own record of 36 from May 1973 until May 1974.
56 - Number of matches played by FCB in 2013 in a total of six competitions: the Bundesliga, Champions League, DFB Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, UEFA Super Cup and DFL Super Cup.
80 - Or to be more precise: +80. Bayern’s goal difference at the end of the 2012/13 Bundesliga campaign, easily a new league record!
93 - Total number of Bundesliga points taken by Bayern from 33 matches in the calendar year, a new record! The Reds only dropped a total of six points in 2013. The previous record of 87 points from 34 matches in 2005 was also set by the Reds.
159 - Total goals scored by FCB in 2013, an average of 2.8 per match.
207 - The number of countries in which the Bundesliga meeting between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern on 23 November was broadcast live, a new record for the German top flight.
250 - Number of accredited media representatives at the unveiling of Pep Guardiola as new Bayern coach on 24 June at the Allianz Arena, making the event the biggest press conference in the club’s history. Two days later, 180 reporters watched the new boss supervise his first training session.
2,018,500 - The total attendance at the Allianz Arena for the 29 home games (including the Audi Cup and the Uli Hoeneß Cup) in the year 2013. The average crowd was 69,603 with only two matches not entirely sold out.