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 more rare. 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'.

Club Country Confederation Year(s) Titles won
Santos Brazil Brazil CONMEBOL 1962[8] Campeonato Paulista, Taça Brasil, Copa Libertadores, Intercontinental Cup
Santos Brazil Brazil CONMEBOL 1963 Torneio Rio – São Paulo, Taça Brasil, Copa Libertadores, Intercontinental Cup
Cruz Azul Mexico Mexico CONCACAF 1968–69 Primera División de México, Copa México, CONCACAF Champions Cup, Campeón de Campeones
Rangers Scotland Scotland UEFA 1975–76 Scottish League, Scottish Cup, Scottish League Cup, Glasgow Cup
Göteborg Sweden Sweden UEFA 1981–82 Allsvenskan, Svenska Cupen, UEFA Cup, Allsvenskan play-offs
Porto Portugal Portugal UEFA 1987–88 UEFA Super Cup, Intercontinental Cup, Primeira Divisão, Taça de Portugal
South China Hong Kong Hong Kong AFC 1987–88 Hong Kong First Division League, Hong Kong FA Cup, Hong Kong Senior Challenge Shield, Hong Kong Viceroy Cup
South China Hong Kong Hong Kong AFC 1990–91 Hong Kong First Division League, Hong Kong FA Cup, Hong Kong Senior Challenge Shield, Hong Kong Viceroy Cup
Necaxa Mexico Mexico CONCACAF 1994–95 Liga MX, Copa México, CONCACAF Cup Winners' Cup, Campeón de Campeones
Ajax Netherlands Netherlands UEFA 1994–95 Eredivisie, Johan Cruyff Shield, European Super Cup, Intercontinental Cup
Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya Iraq Iraq AFC 1996–97 Iraqi Elite Cup, Iraqi Premier League, Iraq FA Cup, Iraqi Super Cup
Suwon Samsung Bluewings South Korea South Korea AFC 1999 K League, Korean League Cup, Korean League Cup (Supplementary Cup), Korean Super Cup
Al-Zawra'a Iraq Iraq AFC 1999–2000 Iraqi Super Cup, Iraqi Elite Cup, Iraqi Premier League, Iraq FA Cup
Sun Hei Hong Kong Hong Kong AFC 2004–05[9] Hong Kong First Division League, Hong Kong Senior Challenge Shield, Hong Kong FA Cup, Hong Kong League Cup
Al Ahly Egypt Egypt CAF 2005–06 Egyptian Super Cup, CAF Champions League, Egyptian Premier League, Egypt Cup
Boca Juniors Argentina Argentina CONMEBOL 2005–06 Recopa Sudamericana, Copa Sudamericana, Torneo Apertura, Torneo Clausura
Linfield Northern Ireland Northern Ireland UEFA 2005–06 Irish Premier League, Irish Cup, Irish League Cup, County Antrim Shield
Al Ahly Egypt Egypt CAF 2006–07[10] CAF Super Cup, Egyptian Premier League, Egypt Cup, Egyptian Super Cup
Al-Muharraq Bahrain Bahrain AFC 2008 Bahraini Premier League, Bahraini King's Cup, Bahraini Crown Prince Cup, AFC Cup
Manchester United England England UEFA 2008–09 FA Community Shield, Football League Cup, Premier League, FIFA Club World Cup
Barcelona Spain Spain UEFA 2009–10 Supercopa de España, UEFA Super Cup, La Liga, FIFA Club World Cup
Debreceni Hungary Hungary UEFA 2009–10 Nemzeti Bajnokság I, Magyar Kupa, Ligakupa, Szuperkupa
Porto Portugal Portugal UEFA 2010–11[11] Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira, Primeira Liga, UEFA Europa League, Taça de Portugal
Orlando Pirates South Africa South Africa CAF 2011 South African Premier Division, Nedbank Cup, Telkom Knockout, MTN 8
Barcelona Spain Spain UEFA 2011–12 Supercopa de España, UEFA Super Cup, Copa del Rey, FIFA Club World Cup
Bayern Munich Germany Germany UEFA 2012–13 DFL-Supercup, Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal, UEFA Champions League
Buriram United Thailand Thailand AFC 2013 Kor Royal Cup, Thai Premier League, Thai FA Cup, Thai League Cup
Bayern Munich Germany Germany UEFA 2013–14 UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal
Auckland City New Zealand New Zealand OFC 2013–14 Charity Cup, NZFC Championship, NZFC Premiership, OFC Champions League
Qadsia Kuwait Kuwait AFC 2014 Kuwait Super Cup, Kuwaiti Premier League, Kuwait Crown Prince Cup, AFC Cup
Auckland City New Zealand New Zealand OFC 2014–15 OFC President's Cup, NZFC Championship, NZFC Premiership, OFC Champions League
Paris Saint-Germain France France UEFA 2014–15 Trophée des Champions, Ligue 1, Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue
Paris Saint-Germain France France UEFA 2015–16 Trophée des Champions, Ligue 1, Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue
Barcelona Spain Spain UEFA 2015–16 UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, La Liga, Copa del Rey
Albirex Niigata Singapore Singapore Singapore AFC 2016 2016 Singapore Community Shield, 2016 S.League, 2016 Singapore Cup, 2016 Singapore League Cup
Real Madrid Spain Spain UEFA 2016–17[12] UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, La Liga, UEFA Champions League[12]
Albirex Niigata Singapore Singapore Singapore AFC 2017 2017 Singapore Community Shield, 2017 S.League, 2017 Singapore Cup, 2017 Singapore League Cup
Paris Saint-Germain France France UEFA 2017–18 Trophée des Champions, Ligue 1, Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue
Real Madrid Spain Spain UEFA 2017–18 Supercopa de España, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, UEFA Champions League

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

Five titles in one season[edit]

Club Country Confederation Year(s) Titles won
Celtic Scotland Scotland UEFA 1966–67[13][14][15][16] European Cup, Scottish First Division, Scottish Cup, Scottish League Cup, Glasgow Cup
Valletta Malta Malta UEFA 1996–97[17] Maltese Premier League, Maltese Cup, MFA Super Cup, Löwenbräu Cup, Super 5 Lottery Tournament
Fulham Ladies England England UEFA 2002–03 FA Women's Premier League, FA Women's Cup, FA Women's Premier League Cup, FA Women's Community Shield, London FA Women's Cup
Buriram United Thailand Thailand AFC 2015 Kor Royal Cup, Thai League Cup, Thai Premier League, Mekong Club Championship, Thai FA Cup

Six titles in a season[edit]

Club Country Confederation Year(s) Titles won
Valletta Malta Malta UEFA 2000–01[18] Maltese Premier League, Maltese Cup, MFA Super Cup, Löwenbräu Cup, Super 5 Lottery Tournament, Malta Centenary Cup
Arsenal Ladies England England UEFA 2006–07[19][20][21] UEFA Women's Cup, FA Women's Premier League, FA Women's Cup, FA Women's Premier League Cup, FA Women's Community Shield, London FA Women's Cup

Seven titles in a season[edit]

Club Country Confederation Year(s) Titles won
Linfield Northern Ireland Northern Ireland UEFA 1921–22[22][23] Irish League, Irish Cup, County Antrim Shield, City Cup, Gold Cup, Belfast Charity Cup, Alhambra Cup
Linfield Northern Ireland Northern Ireland UEFA 1961–62[22][24][25] Irish League, Irish Cup, County Antrim Shield, City Cup, Gold Cup, Ulster Cup, North-South Cup

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