Goals (per game): 829 (2.88)
One-goal victories: 93
Average attendance: 42,451
This will be a controversial choice because of the manner in which Bayern won the title this season. The Bavarians steamrolled their way through the league season, clinching the title in record time.
That's something of a negative, but at the same time, it's been breathtaking to watch Bayern break record after record this season. It's no stretch to say that, in Bayern, we could be watching one of the all-time great teams in progress.
With that in mind, consider that the Bundesliga has provided both of this season's UEFA Champions League finalists. That would suggest the competition is top-rate, and the 2.88 goals-per-game average suggests plenty of excitement every week.
Beyond the big two of Bayern and Dortmund, the league has plenty of stars like Bayer Leverkusen's Andre Schurrle and Schalke's Klaas-Jan Huntelaar. Meanwhile, upstarts Eintracht Frankfurt have pushed for a place in the Champions League, and at the other end of the table, the 16th-placed team (currently Augsburg) will play in a relegation playoff at the end of the season.
The Bundesliga boasts the best attendance average in Europe's top five leagues, and that's probably no coincidence. In Germany, they're playing some of the best and most exciting football in the world.