The CEO is delighted with the Bavarians' exploits on the pitch after winning their fifth trophy - the Club World Cup - and hopes that Uli Hoeness can beat his tax case next year
Under Jupp Heynckes last term, they won the Bundesliga, the DFB-Pokal and the Champions League, before Pep Guardiola guided them to the European Super Cup in August and the Club World Cup on Saturday.
"It's been an extremely spectacular year that we've seen," the Germany legend told Bild. "We are now 113 years old and it took the club 113 years to have all five trophies here."
Looking ahead to 2014, Rummenigge voiced his wish that club president Uli Hoeness can beat his upcoming tax evasion case and continue in his current role.
"I have one wish and it is not sporting," he continued. "I have no concern that we won't play good and successful football in the new year.
"I have one wish: that the Uli Hoeness story works out well."
For his part, Hoeness is pleased with how his side have fared on the pitch.
"We are the best club in the world at the moment. I'm proud to be president of this association," he added.
Bayern pick up their Bundesliga campaign with a trip to Borussia Monchengladbach on January 25, hoping to become the first team to win at Borussia Park this term.