• Since 1960, there have been 99 competitive matches between Bayern and Frankfurt (Bundesliga: 85, DFB-Pokal: 4, International: 4, Oberliga: 6).
  • Since 1977, Eintracht have lost 25 of the 30 matches to have taken place at Bayern Munich (D4). Matchday 13 in 2000/01 is the only instance of a Frankfurt win at Bayern, Jan Aage Fjörtoft scored the winning goal (2-1).
  • Bayern are leading the league by 13 points, this is the largest gap ever between the first and second place sides after 18 matches. Dortmund had 12 points more than Hanover in 2010/11; a gap of more than 11 points has never been closed in the BL.
  • Munich have recorded 50 out of a possible 54 points; the best amount ever after 18 matches. Bayern beat their own record of 2005/06 (47 points).
  • Bayern have scored in each of their last 55 league matches. This is not only a Bundesliga record but across Europe’s Top 5 leagues, only Barcelona have managed a better run (64 matches, partly with Pep Guardiola); Arsenal also managed 55 matches in a row.
  • When Munich’s opponents have scored first this season, Bayern have always won (four times); Munich have only lost points in games where they scored first.
  • Bayern won all Bundesliga home matches in the year 2013 (17). In the Bundesliga, only Munich have achieved this already - in 1972 and 2005.
  • Frankfurt scored one goal in each of their last four Bundesliga matches, collecting seven points in this timeframe.
  • For the first time since he arrived at Bayern, Pep Guardiola did not change his starting eleven from one competitive match to another.
  • Thiago and Augsburg’s Dominik Kohr are the only Bundesliga players in the history of the league to win in all their eight appearances. Thiago scored 1 goal and assisted another in Stuttgart (2-1).
  • In March 2011 Armin Veh was defeated 0-6 by Bayern as coach of Hamburg. After the game he was substituted by Michael Oenning.