List of association football teams to have won four or more trophies in one season

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This is an incomplete list of football clubs which have won four or more trophies in a single season.

In a football season, clubs typically compete in a number of domestic competitions, such as a league and one or more cup competitions, as well as sometimes in continental competitions. Winning multiple competitions is seen as a particularly significant achievement. Doubles and trebles are usually long-remembered achievements, but do occur with some level of frequency,[1] whereas winning four or more trophies in one season is much rarer. In the 2010s, the terms quadruple, quintuple and sextuple have sometimes been used to refer to winning four, five and six trophies in a single season.[2][3][4][5][6][7]

This list is limited to clubs playing in the top division of their league system.

Four titles in one season[edit]

Some clubs have won four competitions in a single season. This has sometimes been called a 'quadruple'. Other teams have won four competitions in a calendar year, though not all in the same season.

Men[edit]

Club Country Confederation Number
won
Season Titles won Refs.
Paris Saint-Germain  France UEFA
4
2014–15, 2015–16, 2017–18, 2019–20 Trophée des Champions, Ligue 1, Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue [8][9][10][11]
Rangers  Scotland UEFA
3
1929–30, 1933–34, 1975–76 Scottish Division One, Scottish Cup, Glasgow Cup, Glasgow Merchants Charity Cup (1929–30, 1933–34)
Scottish Premier Division, Scottish Cup, Scottish League Cup, Glasgow Cup (1975–76)
[12][13][14][15]
Barcelona  Spain UEFA
3
2009–10, 2011–12, 2015–16 Supercopa de España, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, La Liga (2009–10)
Supercopa de España, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, Copa del Rey (2011–12)
UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, La Liga, Copa del Rey (2015–16)
[16][17][18]
Santos  Brazil CONMEBOL
2
1962, 1963 Campeonato Paulista, Taça Brasil, Copa Libertadores, Intercontinental Cup (1962)
Torneio Rio-São Paulo, Taça Brasil, Copa Libertadores, Intercontinental Cup (1963)
[19][20]
Celtic  Scotland UEFA
2
1907–08, 1974–75 Scottish Division One, Scottish Cup, Glasgow Cup, Glasgow Merchants Charity Cup (1907–08)
Scottish Cup, Scottish League Cup, Drybrough Cup, Glasgow Cup (1974–75)
[21][13][22]
South China  Hong Kong AFC
2
1987–88, 1990–91 Hong Kong First Division League, Hong Kong Senior Challenge Shield, Hong Kong FA Cup, Viceroy Cup [23][24]
East Bengal  India AFC
2
1990–91, 1995–96 IFA Shield, Durand Cup, Rovers Cup, All Airlines Gold Cup (1990–91)
Calcutta Football League, IFA Shield, Durand Cup, All Airlines Gold Cup (1995–96)
[25][26][27][28][29]
Al-Muharraq  Bahrain AFC
2
2008, 2009 Bahraini Premier League, Bahraini King's Cup, Bahraini Crown Prince Cup, AFC Cup (2008)
Bahraini Premier League, Bahraini King's Cup, Bahraini Crown Prince Cup, Bahraini FA Cup (2009)
[23][30][31]
Porto  Portugal UEFA
2
1987–88, 2010–11 UEFA Super Cup, Intercontinental Cup, Primeira Divisão, Taça de Portugal (1987–88)
Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira, Primeira Liga, Taça de Portugal, UEFA Europa League (2010–11)
[32][33][34]
Al-Wehdat  Jordan AFC
2
2008–09, 2010–11 Jordan Super Cup, Jordan League, Jordan FA Cup, Jordan FA Shield [23][35]
Bayern Munich  Germany UEFA
2
2012–13, 2013–14 DFL-Supercup, Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal, UEFA Champions League (2012–13)
UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal (2013–14)
[36][37]
Auckland City  New Zealand OFC
2
2013–14, 2014–15 Charity Cup, NZFC Minor Premiership, NZFC Grand Final, OFC Champions League (2013–14)
OFC President's Cup, NZFC Minor Premiership, NZFC Grand Final, OFC Champions League (2014–15)
[38]
Albirex Niigata (S)  Singapore AFC
2
2016, 2017 Singapore Community Shield, Singapore Premier League, Singapore Cup, Singapore League Cup [39]
Real Madrid  Spain UEFA
2
2016–17, 2017–18 UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, La Liga, UEFA Champions League (2016–17)
Supercopa de España, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, UEFA Champions League (2017–18)
[40][41]
Al Ahed  Lebanon AFC
2
2010–11, 2018–19 Lebanese Super Cup, Lebanese Premier League, Lebanese Elite Cup, Lebanese FA Cup (2010–11)
Lebanese Super Cup, Lebanese Premier League, Lebanese FA Cup, AFC Cup (2018–19)
[42]
Mufulira Wanderers  Zambia CAF
1
1965 Zambian Premier League, Zambian Cup, Chibuku Cup, Inter-Rhodesia Castle Cup [23][43]
Kabwe Warriors  Zambia CAF
1
1972 Zambian Premier League, Zambian Cup, Zambian Challenge Cup, Chibuku Cup [23][43]
Nkana  Zambia CAF
1
1989 Zambian Premier League, Zambian Cup, Zambian Charity Shield, Chibuku Cup [23][43]
São Paulo  Brazil CONMEBOL
1
1993 Copa Libertadores, Intercontinental Cup, Recopa Sudamericana, Supercopa Libertadores [44]
Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya  Iraq AFC
1
1996–97 Iraqi Elite Cup, Iraq FA Cup, Iraqi Premier League, Iraqi Super Cup [45]
Club Franciscain  Martinique CONCACAF
1
1998–99 Martinique Championnat National, Coupe de la Martinique, Trophée du Conseil Général, Coupe de la France (Régionale) [23][46]
Al-Zawra'a  Iraq AFC
1
1999–2000 Iraqi Super Cup, Iraqi Elite Cup, Iraq FA Cup, Iraqi Premier League [47]
Saint-Louisienne  Réunion CAF
1
2002 Réunion Premier League, Coupe de la Réunion, Coupe Régionale de France, Coupe D.O.M [23][48][49]
Sun Hei  Hong Kong AFC
1
2004–05 Hong Kong First Division League, Hong Kong Senior Challenge Shield, Hong Kong FA Cup, Hong Kong League Cup [24]
Linfield  Northern Ireland UEFA
1
2005–06 County Antrim Shield, Irish League Cup, Irish Premier League, Irish Cup [50][51]
Manchester United  England UEFA
1
2008–09 FA Community Shield, FIFA Club World Cup, Football League Cup, Premier League [52]
Debreceni  Hungary UEFA
1
2009–10 Szuperkupa, Nemzeti Bajnokság I, Magyar Kupa, Ligakupa [23]
St Michel United  Seychelles CAF
1
2011 Seychelles League, Seychelles FA Cup, Seychelles League Cup, Seychelles Presidents Cup [23][53]
Mbabane Swallows  Swaziland CAF
1
2012–13 Swazi Premier League, Swazi FA Cup, Castle Premier Challenge, PLS Cup [23][54]
W Connection  Trinidad and Tobago CONCACAF
1
2013–14 Charity Shield, TT Pro League, FA Trophy, Pro Bowl [23][55]
Kuwait SC  Kuwait AFC
1
2016–17 Kuwait Super Cup, Kuwait Premier League, Kuwait Emir Cup, Kuwait Crown Prince Cup [23][56]
Saint-Pierroise  Réunion CAF
1
2018 Trophée des Champions, Réunion Premier League, Coupe de la Réunion, Coupe Régionale de France [23][48]
Manchester City  England UEFA
1
2018–19 FA Community Shield, EFL Cup, Premier League, FA Cup [57]

Women[edit]

Club Country Confederation Number
won
Season Titles won Refs.
Tokyo Verdy Beleza  Japan AFC
1
2019 Nadeshiko League, Empress's Cup, Nadeshiko League Cup, AFC Women's Club Championship [58][59]

Five titles in one season[edit]

Other teams have won five competitions in a calendar year, though not all in the same season.

Men[edit]

Club Country Confederation Number
won
Season Titles won Refs.
East Bengal  India AFC
3
1972–73, 1973–74, 2002–03 Calcutta Football League, IFA Shield, Durand Cup, Rovers Cup, Bordoloi Trophy (1972–73)
Calcutta Football League, IFA Shield, Rovers Cup, DCM Trophy, Bordoloi Trophy (1973–74)
National Football League, Calcutta Football League, IFA Shield, Durand Cup, Independence Day Cup (2002–03)
[25][26][27][29][60][61][62][63]
Club Franciscain  Martinique CONCACAF
3
2001–02, 2002–03, 2004–05 Martinique Championnat National, Coupe de la Martinique, Trophée du Conseil Général, Coupe de la France (Régionale), Coupe D.O.M (2001–02, 2002–03)
Martinique Championnat National, Coupe de la Martinique, Trophée du Conseil Général, Coupe de la France (Régionale), Ligue des Antilles (2004–05)
[23][49][64][46]
Celtic  Scotland UEFA
1
1966–67 European Cup, Scottish First Division, Scottish Cup, Scottish League Cup, Glasgow Cup [65][66][67][68]
Valletta  Malta UEFA
1
1996–97 Maltese Premier League, Maltese Cup, MFA Super Cup, Löwenbräu Cup, Super 5 Lottery Tournament [69]
Ba  Fiji OFC
1
2006 Fiji Premier League, Fiji FA Cup, Inter-District Championship, Battle of the Giants, Champions of Champions [70]
Al Ahly  Egypt CAF
1
2006–07 CAF Super Cup, Egyptian Premier League, Egypt Cup, CAF Champions League, Egyptian Super Cup [71][72]

Six titles in a season[edit]

Other teams have won six competitions in a calendar year, though not all in the same season.

Men[edit]

Club Country Confederation Number
won
Season Titles won Refs.
Nkana  Zambia CAF
1
1993 Zambian Premier League, Zambian Cup, Zambian Challenge Cup, Zambian Charity Shield, Chibuku Cup, Champion of Champions Cup [23][43]
Valletta  Malta UEFA
1
2000–01 Maltese Premier League, Maltese Cup, MFA Super Cup, Löwenbräu Cup, Super 5 Lottery Tournament, Malta Centenary Cup [70][73]

Women[edit]

Club Country Confederation Number
won
Season Titles won Refs.
Arsenal  England UEFA
1
2006–07 UEFA Women's Cup, FA Women's Premier League, FA Women's Cup, FA Women's League Cup, FA Women's Community Shield, London Women's Cup [74][75][76]

Seven titles in a season[edit]

Other teams have won seven competitions in a calendar year, though not all in the same season.

Men[edit]

Club Country Confederation Number
won
Season Titles won Refs.
Linfield  Northern Ireland UEFA
2
1921–22, 1961–62 County Antrim Shield, Irish Premier League, Irish Cup, City Cup, Gold Cup, Belfast Charity Cup, Alhambra Cup (1921–22)
County Antrim Shield, Irish Premier League, Irish Cup, City Cup, Gold Cup, Ulster Cup, North-South Cup (1961–62)
[77][78][70][79]

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