Doing the Double!

  • Three or More Domestic Doubles
  • Continental Overviews of Double Winners by Country
  • Countrywise Records
  • Defending Doubles
  • Domestic Trebles
  • Overview of Treble Winners by Country
  • Spanish 'Dobletes' Trivia
  • Argentina 'Doubles'

  • Three or More Domestic Doubles

    NB: teams in bold face are record double winners for their country;
        teams in italics share the record number of double wins in their country;
        for clubs having won the domestic double once or twice, please refer to the
        countrywise lists linked from the continental overviews below.
    
     25 Linfield                             Northern Ireland            [1]
    
     20 South China                          Hongkong                   [17]         
    
     19 Celtic                               Scotland   
    
     18 Olympiakos                           Greece   
        Rangers                              Scotland
    
     15 Al-Ahly                              Egypt                       [2]
        Muharraq                             Bahrain                
    
     13 Bayern München                       (West) Germany    
        Dinamo Kyiv                          Soviet Union/Ukraine       [22]
        HB                                   Faroe Islands
        Levski Sofia                         Bulgaria                    [3]
    
     12 Crvena zvezda                        Yugoslavia/Serbia-Montenegro
        Dinamo Zagreb                        Croatia
    
     11 Al-Ansar                             Lebanon
        SL Benfica                           Portugal
        AS Central-Sport                     Tahiti
        CSKA Sofia                           Bulgaria                    [3]
        Djoliba AC                           Mali
        Al-Faisaly                           Jordan
    
     10 APR FC                               Rwanda
        FK Austria (Wien)                    Austria               
        Dinamo Tbilisi                       Georgia  
        Steaua Bucuresti                     Romania                     [5]
        Wallidan                             Gambia                  
        
      9 Ajax                                 Netherlands
        ASEC Abidjan                         Ivory Coast 
        Al-Merreikh                          Sudan
        Rosenborg BK                         Norway
        Stade Malien                         Mali
    
      8 FC Barcelona                         Spain
        Club Franciscain                     Martinique
        Etoile Filante                       Burkina Faso
        Grasshopper Club                     Switzerland
        Harlem United                        Dominica                   [19]
        Jeunesse d'Esch                      Luxembourg
        Pakhtakor Toshkent                   Uzbekistan
        Panathinaikos                        Greece
        FC Porto                             Portugal
        RB Salzburg                          Austria
        Shakhtar Donets'k                    Ukraine
        Sheriff Tiraspol                     Moldova
        Al-Zawra                             Iraq         
    
      7 Ba                                   Fiji                       [34]
        Dordoy Bishkek                       Kyrgyzstan             
        F91 Dudelange                        Luxembourg
        Ferencváros                          Hungary
        Galatasaray                          Turkey
        Legia Warszawa                       Poland
        Maccabi Tel-Aviv                     Israel
        Malmö FF                             Sweden
        Partizani Tiranë                     Albania
        JS Saint-Pierroise                   Réunion                    [10]
        Skonto Riga                          Latvia
        Slovan Bratislava                    CSSR/Slovakia
        Sparta Praha                         Czechoslovakia              [4]
        Valletta                             Malta           
        Weymouth Wales                       Barbados                   [19]
    
      6 Africa Sports                        Ivory Coast 
        FC Basel                             Switzerland
        Cotonsport Garoua                    Cameroon  
        CSKA Moskva                          Soviet Union/Russia
        Dinamo Bucuresti                     Romania
        Dinamo Tiranë                        Albania
        Dynamos                              Zimbabwe (of which 1 in Rhodesia)
        Al-Hilal                             Saudi Arabia               [24]
        Hearts of Oak                        Ghana
        HJK                                  Finland
        Horoya AC                            Guinea
        Istiqlol Dushanbe                    Tajikistan
        Juventus                             Italy
        Kaizer Chiefs                        South Africa (NPSL/NSL)
        Nart Sukhum                          Abkhazia
        Partizan Beograd                     Yugoslavia/Serbia-Montenegro
        Al-Quwa Al-Jawia                     Iraq
        SK Rapid (Wien)                      Austria
        SS Saint-Louisienne                  Réunion                    [10]
        Shamrock Rovers                      Ireland
        Slavia Praha                         Czechoslovakia              [4]
        Sporting CP                          Portugal
        Villa SC                             Uganda
      
      5 APOEL Nicosia                        Cyprus
        Al-Arabi                             Kuwait
        Athletic de Bilbao                   Spain
        Benfica de Bissau                    Guinea Bissau
        Costa do Sol                         Mozambique
        Defence Force                        Trinidad and Tobago
        Espérance Tunis                      Tunisia
        Flora Tallinn                        Estonia                    [28]
        Floriana                             Malta
        ASC Jaraaf                           Senegal                     [6]
        Jong Holland                         Curaçao
        Al-Karama                            Syria
        Levadia Tallinn                      Estonia                    [28]
        AS Magenta                           New Caledonia
        Mekelakeya (formerly Army, Mechal)   Ethiopia          
        Omonoia Nicosia                      Cyprus
        Petro Atlético                       Angola
        Pyunik Yerevan [II]                  Armenia
        Al-Qadisiya                          Kuwait
        R.C.A.                               Aruba
        Sahel SC                             Niger
        Saint Michel                         Seychelles
        Seiko                                Hongkong                   [17]
        Sliema Wanderers                     Malta
        Spartak Moskva                       Soviet Union/Russia
        S.U.B.T.                             Curaçao
        The New Saints (Llansantffraid)      Wales
        AS Vénus                             Tahiti
        Al-Wahdat                            Jordan
        White Phantoms                       Gambia       
        Zalgiris Vilnius                     Lithuania                  [12]
    
      4 Abahani Ltd. (Dhaka)                 Bangladesh
        Admira Wien                          Austria
        Alga Bishkek                         Kyrgyzstan              
        Altyn Asyr Ashgabat                  Turkmenistan  
        Barry Town                           Wales
        Colo Colo                            Chile
        Dundalk                              Ireland
        Eastern                              Hongkong                   [17] 
        Fanja                                Oman
        Geylang International                Singapore 
        Al-Hilal                             Sudan
        ÍA                                   Iceland
        Al-Ittihad (Tripoli)                 Libya
        Al-Jaish                             Syria
        FC Křbenhavn                         Denmark
        KR                                   Iceland
        Al-Kuwait                            Kuwait
        Magusa Türk Gücü                     Northern Cyprus
        Maribor                              Slovenia
        MTK                                  Hungary
        Nkana FC                             Zambia
        North Village                        Bermuda
        Notre Dame                           Barbados                   [19]
        Paris-Saint-Germain FC               France
        PSV                                  Netherlands
        Qarabag Agdam                        Azerbaijan
        Real Madrid                          Spain
        Al-Sadd                              Qatar
        AS Saint Etienne                     France
        FC Santa Coloma                      Andorra
        Singapore Armed Forces               Singapore   
        Sporting Clube Bissau                Guinea Bissau
        Unión SC                             Venezuela
    
      3 2nd Duke of Wellington's Regiment    Singapore
        AGF                                  Denmark
        Al-Ahed                              Lebanon
        Al-Ahli (Tripoli)                    Libya
        Albirex Niigata (S)                  Singapore    
        Anderlecht                           Belgium
        Arsenal                              England
        Aruba Juniors                        Aruba
        ASFA-Yennenga                        Burkina Faso
        Assaut                               Martinique
        Avenir Beggen                        Luxembourg
        BATE Barysau                         Belarus
        CR Belouizdad                        Algeria                     [9]
        Belfast Celtic                       Northern Ireland            [1]
        Besiktas                             Turkey
        Boca Juniors                         Argentina
        Bunyodkor Toshkent                   Uzbekistan
        Buriram United                       Thailand
        Caracas FC                           Venezuela
        Çetinkaya                            Northern Cyprus
        Club Africain                        Tunisia
        CS Moulien                           Guadeloupe
        Dakota                               Aruba
        Dhofar                               Oman
        Dynamo Dresden                       East Germany
        Enugu Rangers                        Nigeria
        Etoile du Congo                      Congo-Brazzaville
        Everton                              Trinidad and Tobago
        FBK Kaunas                           Lithuania
        Fenerbahçe                           Turkey
        Feyenoord                            Netherlands
        Fire Brigade                         Mauritius
        Frederikstad FK                      Norway
        Al-Gharrafa (Doha)                   Qatar
        Glentoran                            Northern Ireland            [1]
        Gönyeli                              Northern Cyprus
        Górnik Zabrze                        Poland 
        Hamrun Spartans                      Malta
        Hapoel Tel-Aviv                      Israel
        Highlands Park                       South Africa (NFL) 
        Kashima Antlers                      Japan                      
        Kedah                                Malaysia                   [27]
        KÍ                                   Faroe Islands
        Kitchee                              Hongkong                   [17] 
        Kopetdag Ashgabat                    Turkmenistan
        Lautoka                              Fiji                       [34]
        AC Léopards de Dolisie               Congo-Brazzaville
        Manchester United                    England
        Mogoditshane Fighters (Gaborone)     Botswana
        Mufulira Wanderers                   Zambia
        Nebitci (Balkan) Balkanabat          Turkmenistan
        Neftçi Baki                          Azerbaijan
        Orlando Pirates                      South Africa (NPSL/NSL)
        PHC Zebras                           Bermuda
        Portuguesa FC                        Venezuela
        Primeiro de Agosto                   Angola
        CE Principat                         Andorra
        Quality Distributors                 Guam
        Red Boys Differdange                 Luxembourg
        Riffa                                Bahrain                
        River Plate                          Argentina
        Robinhood                            Surinam
        Simba                                Tanzania
        Somerset Trojans                     Bermuda
        US Stade Tamponnaise                 Réunion                    [10]
        Sunrise SC Flacq United              Mauritius
        FC Tirol                             Austria
        Township Rollers                     Botswana
        Újpesti Dózsa                        Hungary
        Urawa Red Diamonds                   Japan                      [11]
        JS Vallée du Tir                     New Caledonia
        Yenicami                             Northern Cyprus
        BSC Young Boys                       Switzerland            
        Zamalek                              Egypt
    

    Continental Overviews of Double Winners by Country

    Europe

    country                  # doubles     # different clubs
    Abkhazia                      8                3
    Albania                      17                5
    Andorra                       9                4
    Armenia                       8                4
    Austria                      35                9
    Azerbaijan                    9                4
    Belarus                       8                4
    Belgium                       7                4
    Bohemia and Moravia           3                2
    Bosnia-Herzegovina            3                2
    Bulgaria                     27                4
    Croatia                      14                3
    Czech Republic                4                2
    Czechoslovakia (1925-1938)    3                2
    Czechoslovakia (1960-1993)    7                4
    Denmark                      12                5
    East Germany                  5                3
    England                      12                8
    Estonia                      13                5
    Faroe Islands                21                6
    Finland                       9                3
    France                       20               12
    Georgia                      11                2
    (West) Germany               17                5
    Gibraltar                    27                7
    Gozo                         15                6
    Greece                       29                4
    Hungary                      18                5
    Iceland                      11                5
    Ireland                      18                9
    Israel                       14                6
    Italy                        11                5
    Kazakhstan                    6                6
    Kosovo                        5                4
    Latvia                       10                4
    Lithuania                    12                5
    Luxembourg                   27               10
    (North) Macedonia             7                5
    Malta                        22                6
    Moldova                       9                2
    Montenegro                    2                2
    Netherlands                  19                6
    Northern Cyprus              14                5
    Northern Ireland             36                7
    Norway                       17                7
    Poland                       13                5
    Portugal                     25                3
    Romania                      22                6
    Russia                        7                3
    San Marino                    8                6
    Scotland                     38                3
    Serbia                       12                2
    Slovakia                     13                6
    Slovenia                      6                3
    Soviet Union                 13                6
    Spain                        18                4
    Sweden                       17                6
    Switzerland                  25                8
    Turkey                       15                4
    Ukraine                      17                2
    Wales                        10                3
    Yugoslavia                    7                3
    
    NB: for entries in italics, the available data is incomplete.
    

    Africa

    country                  # doubles     # different clubs
    Algeria                       9                5
    Angola                        9                3
    Botswana                     12                6
    Burkina Faso                 13                4
    Cameroon                     11                5
    Congo-Brazzaville             7                3
    Congo-Kinshasa                1                1
    Djibouti                      7                5
    Egypt                        18                2
    Eswatini                      7                5
    Ethiopia                      8                3
    Gabon                         6                5
    Gambia                       18                5
    Ghana                         9                3
    Guinea                        9                3
    Guinea Bissau                11                4
    Ivory Coast                  15                2
    Kenya                         4                3
    Libya                         7                2
    Madagascar                    6                5
    Mali                         22                3
    Mauritania                    4                3
    Mauritius                    15                7
    Morocco                       4                3
    Mozambique                   10                5
    Niger                        15               10
    Nigeria                       9                7
    Réunion                      17                4
    Rwanda                       13                3
    Senegal                       9                5
    Seychelles                    7                3
    Sierra Leone                  3                2
    Somalia                       2                2
    South Africa (NFL)            6                4
    South Africa (NPSL/NSL/PSL)  12                4
    Sudan                        13                2
    Tanzania                      4                2
    Togo                          4                4
    Tunisia                      12                5
    Uganda                        8                3
    Zambia                       13                7
    Zimbabwe                     12                6
    
    NB: for entries in italics, the available data is incomplete.
    

    Americas

    country                  # doubles     # different clubs
    Aruba                        13                4
    Barbados                     19                7
    Bermuda                      18                9
    Brazil                        2                2
    Chile                         6                3
    Colombia                      2                2
    Curaçao                      10                2
    Dominica                      9                2
    Guadeloupe                   12                8
    Jamaica                       5                3
    Martinique                   14                4
    Mexico                       12                8
    Saint Kitts and Nevis         8                6
    Surinam                       7                4
    Trinidad and Tobago          23               13
    United States                 6                5
    Venezuela                    18               10
    
    NB: for entries in italics, the available data is incomplete.
    

    Asia and Oceania

    country                  # doubles     # different clubs
    Australia                     4                4
    Bahrain                      18                2
    Bangladesh                    9                5
    Brunei                        3                2
    Cambodia                      1                1
    China                         7                4
    East Timor                    1                1
    Fiji                         14                5
    Guam                          5                2
    Hongkong                     38               10
    India                         3                3
    Indonesia                     2                2
    Iran                          3                2
    Iraq                         17                4
    Japan                        19               11
    Jordan                       17                3
    Kuwait                       14                3
    Kyrgyzstan                   13                4
    Laos                          3                3
    Lebanon                      18                6
    Macao                         4                3
    Malaysia                     11                8
    New Caledonia                17               10
    New Zealand                   9                5
    Oman                         11                6
    Qatar                        10                4
    Saudi Arabia                 12                5
    Singapore                    36               19
    South Korea                   2                2
    Syria                        14                6
    Tahiti                       26               10
    Tajikistan                   12                5
    Thailand                      5                3
    Turkmenistan                 11                4
    United Arab Emirates          6                6
    Uzbekistan                   15                5
    Vietnam                       4                4
    Yemen                         4                4
    
    NB: for entries in italics, the available data is incomplete.
    

    Countrywise Records

    Countries where more than 30 doubles were won:
    
     38 Hongkong
        Scotland
     36 Northern Ireland                                                  [1]
        Singapore
     35 Austria
    
    
    Countries where at least 10 different teams won doubles:
    
     19 Singapore
    
     13 Trinidad and Tobago
    
     12 France
    
     11 Japan
    
     10 Hongkong
        Luxembourg
        New Caledonia
        Niger
        Tahiti
        Venezuela
    
    
    Leading double winners for 10 selected European countries:
       
      3 Anderlecht                           Belgium
      3 Arsenal and Manchester United        England
      4 AS Saint Etienne                     France
     13 Bayern München                       (West) Germany
      6 Juventus                             Italy
      9 Ajax                                 Netherlands
     11 SL Benfica                           Portugal
     19 Celtic                               Scotland
      8 Barcelona                            Spain
      7 Galatasaray                          Turkey
    

    Defending Doubles

    The following teams managed to win domestic doubles in consecutive seasons.
    
    NB: running series in italics.
    
      6 Dinamo Tbilisi                       Georgia       1992-97
        Pakhtakor Toshkent                   Uzbekistan    2002-07
        Muharraq                             Bahrain       1961-64,66-67 [31]
      
      5 Club Franciscain                     Martinique    2001-05
        Djoliba AC                           Mali          1973-76,79    [20]
       
      4 Dinamo Tiranë                        Albania       1950-53
        Juventus                             Italy         2015-18
        RB Salzburg                          Austria       2014-17
        Zalgiris Vilnius                     Lithuania     2013-16
    
      3 2nd Duke of Wellington's Regiment    Singapore     1926-28
        Al-Ahly (Cairo)                      Egypt         1949-51
        Albirex Niigata (S)                  Singapore     2016-18
        Al-Ansar                             Lebanon       1990-92
        Al-Ansar                             Lebanon       1994-96
        Al-Arabi                             Kuwait        1962-64
        APR FC                               Rwanda        2010-12
        Assaut                               Martinique    1966-68
        Barry Town                           Wales         2001-03
        Celtic                               Scotland      2017-19
        Croatia Zagreb                       Croatia       1996-98
        Dinamo Kyiv                          Ukraine       1998-00
        Dinamo Zagreb                        Croatia       2007-09
        Dordoy-Dinamo Naryn                  Kyrgyzstan    2004-06
        Everton                              Trinidad/T.   1930-32
        AS Excelsior                         Tahiti        1975-77
        Al-Faisaly                           Jordan        2001-04
        Istiqlol Dushanbe                    Tajikistan    2014-16
        Al-Karama                            Syria         2007-09
        Al-Kuwait                            Kuwait        2017-19
        Linfield                             N. Ireland    1891-93
        Linfield                             N. Ireland    2006-08
        Linfield                             N. Ireland    2010-12
        AS Magenta                           New Caledonia 2003-05
        Al-Merreikh                          Sudan         1970-72
        Olympiakos                           Greece        1957-59
        Omonoia Nicosia                      Cyprus        1981-83
        CE Principat                         Andorra       1997-99
        Qarabag Agdam                        Azerbaijan    2015-17
        RB Salzburg                          Austria       2019-21
        SS Saint-Louisienne                  Réunion       1968-70    [10]
        Seiko                                Hongkong      1979-81    [17]
        Shakhtar Donets'k                    Ukraine       2011-13
        Shakhtar Donets'k                    Ukraine       2017-19
        Shamrock Rovers                      Ireland       1985-87
        Sheriff Tiraspol                     Moldova       2008-10
        SKA-PVO Bishkek                      Kyrgyzstan    2000-02
        Skonto Riga                          Latvia        2000-02
        Somerset Trojans                     Bermuda       1968-70
        South China                          Hongkong      1957-59    [17]
        Steaua Bucuresti                     Romania       1987-89    [5]
        Al-Tayaran (later Al-Quwa Al-Jawia)  Iraq          1973-75
        The New Saints (Llansantffraid)      Wales         2014-16
        Al-Zawra                             Iraq          1994-96
    
      2 2nd Battalion Middlesex Regiment     Singapore     1922-23
        3rd Battalion Middlesex Regiment     Singapore     1909-10
        Abahani Ltd. (Dhaka)                 Bangladesh    2016-17
        MS ABDB                              Brunei        2015-16
        Africa Sports                        Ivory Coast   1977-78
        Africa Sports                        Ivory Coast   1985-86
        Al-Ahed                              Lebanon       2018-19
        Al-Ahly (Cairo)                      Egypt         2006-07
        Altyn Asyr Ashgabat                  Turkmenistan  2015-16
        Altyn Asyr Ashgabat                  Turkmenistan  2019-20 [no league 2021]
        Al-Ansar                             Lebanon       2006-07
        Al-Hilal                             Saudi Arabia  2010-11
        APOEL Nicosia                        Cyprus        2014-15
        APR FC                               Rwanda        1995-96
        APR FC                               Rwanda        1999-00
        APR FC                               Rwanda        2006-07
        ASEC Abidjan                         Ivory Coast   1972-73
        ASL Sports                           Trinidad/Tob. 1982-83
        Athletic Bilbao                      Spain         1930-31
        FK Austria (Wien)                    Austria       1962-63
        Avatiu FC                            Cook Islands  1996-97
        Avenir Beggen                        Luxembourg    1993-94
        Ba                                   Fiji          2003-04
        FC Barcelona                         Spain         1952-53
        FC Barcelona                         Spain         2015-16
        Bayern München                       Germany       2005-06
        Bayern München                       Germany       2019-20
        Belfast Celtic                       N. Ireland    1937-38
        CR Belouizdad                        Algeria       1969-70 [as CR Belcourt]
        Britannia                            Aruba         2009-10
        Caracas FC                           Venezuela     1994-95
        Celtic                               Scotland      1907-08
        Celtic                               Scotland      1971-72
        CNapS Sport                          Madagascar    2015-16
        Colo Colo                            Chile         1989-90
        Costa do Sol                         Mozambique    1992-93
        Cotonsport Garoua                    Cameroon      2003-04
        Cotonsport Garoua                    Cameroon      2007-08
        Crvena zvezda Beograd                Serbia(-Mont) 2006-07
        CS Moulien                           Guadeloupe    2013-14
        CSKA Moskva                          Russia        2005-06
        CSKA Sofia                           Bulgaria      1954-55 [as CDNA]
        CSKA Sofia                           Bulgaria      1972-73
        Dakota                               Aruba         1962-63
        Deportivo Galicia                    Venezuela     1969-70
        Dinamo Tbilisi                       Georgia       2013-14
        Dinamo Zagreb                        Croatia       2011-12
        Dinamo Zagreb                        Croatia       2015-16
        Djoliba AC                           Mali          2008-09
        Domagnano                            San Marino    2002-03
        Dynamos                              Zimbabwe      2011-12
        Eastern                              Hongkong      1993-94    [17]
        Ekranas Panevezys                    Lithuania     2010-11
        Enugu Rangers                        Nigeria       1974-75
        Etoile Filante                       Burkina Faso  1992-93
        AS Excelsior                         Tahiti        1966-67
        AS Excelsior                         Tahiti        1972-73
        F91 Dudelange                        Luxembourg    2006-07
        F91 Dudelange                        Luxembourg    2016-17
        Al-Faisaly                           Jordan        1993-94
        Fanja                                Oman          1986-87
        AS Fei-Pi                            Tahiti        1948-49
        Ferencváros                          Hungary       1927-28
        Al-Foutoua                           Syria         1990-91
        Galatasaray                          Turkey        1999-00
        Geylang International                Singapore     1990-91
        Gönyeli                              N. Cyprus     2008-09
        Górnik Zabrze                        Poland        1971-72
        IFK Göteborg                         Sweden        1982-83    [15]
        Grasshopper Club                     Switzerland   1942-43
        Hamrun Spartans                      Malta         1987-88
        Harlem Rovers (now Harlem United)    Dominica      1973-74
        Harlem United                        Dominica      2003-04
        HB                                   Faroe Islands 1963-64
        HB                                   Faroe Islands 1981-82
        Hearts of Oak                        Ghana         1999-00
        Highlands Park                       South Africa  1965-66
        Horoya AC                            Guinea        2018-19 [no cup 2020]
        ÍA                                   Iceland       1983-84
        Inter Bratislava                     Slovakia      2000-01
        Istiqlol Dushanbe                    Tajikistan    2018-19
        Jeunesse d'Esch                      Luxembourg    1973-74
        Jong Holland                         Curaçao       1948-49
        Juventus                             Guadeloupe    1975-76
        Kedah                                Malaysia      2007-08
        KÍ                                   Faroe Islands 1966-67
        King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry  HK/Singapore  1912-13    [32]
        FC København                         Denmark       2016-17
        Kopetdag Ashgabat                    Turkmenistan  1993-94
        FC La Chaux-de-Fonds                 Switzerland   1954-55
        Lautoka                              Fiji          2017-18
        AS Le Nickel                         New Caledonia 1969-70
        Legia Warszawa                       Poland        1955-56 [as CWKS]
        Legia Warszawa                       Poland        1994-95 
        AC Léopards de Dolisie               Congo-Brazz.  2016-17
        Levski Sofia                         Bulgaria      1946-47
        Levski Sofia                         Bulgaria      1949-50
        Linfield                             N. Ireland    1922-23
        Lokomotiv Toshkent                   Uzbekistan    2016-17
        Malmö FF                             Sweden        1974-75    [15]
        Maribor                              Slovenia      2012-13
        Mogoditshane Fighters                Botswana      1999-00
        MTK                                  Hungary       1923-25    [14]
        Mufulira Wanderers                   Zambia        1965-66
        Muharraq                             Bahrain       1983-84
        Muharraq                             Bahrain       2008-09
        Murata                               San Marino    2007-08
        New South Wales                      Barbados      1969-70
        Nissan                               Japan         1989-90    [10]
        Nkana FC                             Zambia        1992-93
        North Village                        Bermuda       2002-03
        Olympiakos                           Greece        2005-06
        Olympiakos                           Greece        2008-09
        Olympiakos                           Greece        2012-13
        Pakhtakor Toshkent                   Uzbekistan    2019-20
        Paris-Saint-Germain FC               France        2015-16
        Partizan Beograd                     Serbia        2008-09
        Partizani Tiranë                     Albania       1948-49
        Partizani Tiranë                     Albania       1957-58
        Petro Atlético (Luanda)              Angola        1993-94
        AS Port                              Djibouti      2010-11
        Portuguesa FC                        Venezuela     1976-77
        PSV                                  Netherlands   1988-89
        Al-Qadisiya                          Kuwait        2003-04
        Quality Distributors                 Guam          2008-09
        Rangers                              Scotland      1949-50
        Rangers                              Scotland      1963-64
        Rangers                              Scotland      1992-93
        Rangers                              Scotland      1999-00
        SK Rapid (Wien)                      Austria       1919-20
        Al-Rasheed                           Iraq          1987-88
        Rosenborg BK                         Norway        2015-16
        AS Saint Etienne                     France        1974-75
        Saint Michel                         Seychelles    2007-08
        JS Saint-Pierroise                   Réunion       1993-94
        JS Saint-Pierroise                   Réunion       2018-19
        FC Santa Coloma                      Andorra       2003-04
        Sheikh Jamal DC                      Bangladesh    2014-15
        Sheriff Tiraspol                     Moldova       2001-02
        Simba                                Tanzania      2020-21
        Singapore Armed Forces               Singapore     2007-08
        Singapore Malays FA                  Singapore     1931-32
        Skonto Riga                          Latvia        1997-98
        Slavia Praha                         Bohemia/Mor.  1941-42    [4]
        Slovan Bratislava                    Slovakia      2020-21
        South China                          Hongkong      1961-62    [17]
        Sparta Praha                         CSSR          1988-89
        Spartak Moskva                       Soviet Union  1938-39
        Spartan                              Barbados      1949-50
        AS Tefana                            Tahiti        2010-11
        AS Trencin                           Slovakia      2015-16
        Újpesti Dózsa                        Hungary       1969-70
        Unión SC                             Venezuela     1934-35
        JS Vallée du Tir                     New Caledonia 1967-68
        Varzob Dushanbe                      Tajikistan    1998-99
        AS Vénus                             Tahiti        1998-99
        Villa SC                             Uganda        1988-89
        Al-Wahdat                            Jordan        1996-97
        Waitakere City                       New Zealand   1995-96
        Wallidan                             Gambia        1976-77
        Wallidan                             Gambia        1988-92 [no cups 1989-91]
        Wallidan                             Gambia        2001-02
        White Phantoms                       Gambia        1960-61
        White Phantoms                       Gambia        1963-64
        Yenicami                             N. Cyprus     1973-74
        YMSC                                 Bermuda       1963-64
        BSC Young Boys                       Switzerland   1910-11 [Anglo Cup]
        Al-Zawra                             Iraq          1999-00
    

    Domestic Trebles

    Some countries have a league cup; the following teams won domestic trebles
    of championship, cup, and league cup.
    
      7 Celtic                               Scotland      1967,69,01,17,18,19,20
        Rangers                              Scotland      1949,64,76,78,93,99,03
    
      4 Club Franciscain                     Martinique    1999,02,03,05 [10]
        Paris-Saint-Germain FC               France        2015,16,18,20 [S]
    
      3 Ba                                   Fiji          1979,06,13    [34]
        Buriram United                       Thailand      2011,13,15
        Linfield                             N. Ireland    1994,06,08
        Shamrock Rovers                      Ireland       1925,32,64    [16]
        Somerset Trojans                     Bermuda       1968,69,70    [29]
        South China                          Hongkong      1988,91,07    [17]
    
      2 Albirex Niigata (S)                  Singapore     2016,17
        Eastern                              Hongkong      1993,94       [17]
        Kedah                                Malaysia      2007,08       [27]
        Al-Kuwait                            Kuwait        2017,19       [25]
        Nissan                               Japan         1989,90       [11]
        Nkana                                Zambia        1989,93       [33]
        North Village                        Bermuda       1978,06       [29]
        Saint Michel                         Seychelles    2008,11
        JS Saint-Pierroise                   Réunion       1971,89       [10]
        Seiko                                Hongkong      1980,81       [17]
        Sunrise SC Flacq United              Mauritius     1992,96
        The New Saints (Llansantffraid)      Wales         2015,16
        Al-Wahdat                            Jordan        2009,11       [30]
    
      1 Arcadia Shepherds                    South Africa  1974          [NFL]
        ASFA-Yennenga                        Burkina Faso  1995
        ASPL 2000                            Mauritius     2005
        Assaut                               Martinique    1966          [10]
        Barry Town                           Wales         1997  
        Bayern München                       Germany       2000          [23]
        SL Benfica                           Portugal      2014
        Bohemians                            Ireland       1928          [16]
        CAPS United                          Zimbabwe      2004          [26]
        CS Moulien                           Guadeloupe    2013          [10]
        Curepipe Starlight                   Mauritius     2008
        Cygne Noir                           Guadeloupe    1983          [10]
        Debreceni VSC                        Hungary       2010           [S]
        Derry City                           Ireland       1989
        Devonshire Cougars                   Bermuda       2013          [29]
        Al-Faysali                           Jordan        2012          [30]
        Fall River Marksmen                  USA           1930          [18]
        Gamba Osaka                          Japan         2014
        ÍA                                   Iceland       1996
        Joe Public                           Trinidad/T.   2009           [7]
        Kabwe Warriors                       Zambia        1972          [33]
        Kaizer Chiefs                        South Africa  1984          [NPSL]
        Kashima Antlers                      Japan         2000
        Kelantan                             Malaysia      2012          [27]
        Kitchee                              Hongkong      2017          [17]
        Levski Spartak Sofia                 Bulgaria      1984           [3]
        Maccabi Tel-Aviv                     Israel        2015
        Mamelodi Sundowns                    South Africa  2020          [PSL]
        Manchester City                      England       2019
        Mbabane Swallows                     Swaziland     2013
        Mitsubishi                           Japan         1978          [11]
        Mufulira Wanderers                   Zambia        1965          [33]
        Muharraq                             Bahrain       2009
        Nadroga                              Fiji          1989          [34]
        Pakhtakor Toshkent                   Uzbekistan    2019
        PHC Zebras                           Bermuda       1971          [29]
        Al-Qadisiya                          Kuwait        2004          [25]
        Rhyl                                 Wales         2004
        SS Saint-Louisienne                  Réunion       2002          [10]
        Servette FC                          Switzerland   1979 
        Sheikh Russel KC                     Bangladesh    2013
        Singapore Armed Forces               Singapore     1997
        CFKA Sredets Sofia                   Bulgaria      1989           [3]
        Steaua Bucuresti                     Romania       2015
        Sun Hei                              Hongkong      2005          [17]
        US Stade Tamponnaise                 Réunion       2003          [10]
        Williams Connection                  Trinidad/T.   2009           [7]
    
    Somerset Trojans (1967/68, 1968/69 and 1969/70) were the first club to win three
    successive trebles; Celtic improved on that by winning four in a row (2016/17, 2017/18,
    2018/19 and 2019/20); the only other clubs to defend a domestic treble are:
    Seiko (1980 and 1981), Nissan (1989 and 1990), Eastern (1993 and 1994), Kedah (2007 and 2008)
    The New Saints (2014/15 and 2015/16) and Albirex Niigata (S) (2016 and 2017).
    
    In 1952/53, Floriana also won the MPFA Shield; in 1955/56 Sliema Wanderers also won the
    Scicluna Cup, to claim four domestic prizes.
    
    In 2004/05, Sun Hei won all four available prizes in Hongkong: the League, the FA Cup, the
    League Cup and the Senior Shield.  In all four competitions, Happy Valley were runners-up.
    In both 1987/88 and 1990/91, South China won all four available prizes as well, which at
    the time were the League, the FA Cup, the Viceroy Cup and the Senior Shield; in 1991 they
    defeated Lai Sun, who finished third in the league, in all three cup finals.
    
    In 2006, Ba won all four competitions in Fiji: League, IDC, BOG and FACT.
    
    See also Beyond Trebles.
    
    

    Overview of Treble Winners by Country

    country                  # trebles     # different clubs
    
    Bangladesh                    1                1
    Bermuda                       7                4
    Bulgaria                      2                2
    Burkina Faso                  1                1
    England                       1                1
    Eswatini                      1                1
    Fiji                          4                2
    France                        4                1
    Germany                       1                1
    Gibraltar                     9                1
    Guadeloupe                    2                2
    Hongkong                      9                5
    Hungary                       1                1
    Iceland                       1                1
    Ireland                       5                3
    Israel                        1                1
    Japan                         5                4
    Jordan                        3                2
    Kuwait                        3                2
    Malaysia                      3´               2
    Martinique                    5                2
    Mauritius                     4                3
    Northern Ireland              3                1
    Oman                          0                0
    Portugal                      1                1
    Qatar                         0                0
    Réunion                       4                3
    Romania                       1                1
    Scotland                     14                2
    Senegal                       0                0
    Seychelles                    2                1
    Singapore                     3                2
    South Africa (NFL)            1                1
    South Africa (NPSL/NSL/PSL)   2                2
    Switzerland                   1                1
    Thailand                      3                1
    Trinidad and Tobago           2                2
    United Arab Emirates          0                0
    Uzbekistan                    1                1
    Wales                         4                3
    Zambia                        4                3
    Zimbabwe                      1                1
    

    Notes

    
    [ 1] The Northern Irish totals do not include the unofficial wartime
         championships; unofficial doubles were additionally won by Linfield (3),
         Belfast Celtic (3), and Glentoran (1).
    
    [ 2] Includes 1958, when the cup was shared between Al-Ahly and Zamalek.
    
    [ 3] The totals for Levski and CSKA contain the Soviet Army cups won in
         the years no other national cup existed (before 1981).  Domestic
         trebles consist of league, cup, and Soviet Army cup.  The totals
         of Levski, Levski-Spartak and Vitosha have been summed together,
         likewise for CDNA, CSKA, and CFKA Sredets.  Levski's total includes
         the double of 1942 (league and Tzar's Cup).
    
    [ 4] Totals include doubles won in Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, Bohemia and
         Moravia, and Czech Republic since 1925 (without the Prague region 
         championships before 1925).  Sparta won 1 double in Czechoslovakia 
         before WW II, 1 during WW II in the Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia, 
         3 in Czechoslovakia after WW II and 2 in the Czech Republic since 1993. 
         Slavia won 2 before WW II, 2 during WW II and 2 in the Czech Republic
         since 1993. The double Slavia defended in 1941/42 concerned the Ceský Pokal.
    
    [ 5] The 1988 final was stopped at 1-1 just before the end, after Steaua
         had left the field as protest to having a goal disallowed.  The match
         was later awarded 2-1 to Steaua, but after the revolution of 1989 
         Steaua gave the cup to Dinamo.  The official records of the Romanian
         FA still award the cup to Steaua, so, since they also won the league
         in 1987/88, it is included here as a "double win" for Steaua.
    
    [ 6] Total of Jaraaf includes Foyer France.
    
    [ 7] Trinidad and Tobago trebles consisted of league, FA Cup and Pro Bowl.
    
    [ 8] Indian doubles listed here consist of the I-League (since 1997) and
         the Federation cup.  Doubles involving winning the Calcutta league are
         not taken into account.
    
    [ 9] Algerian name changes: CR Belcourt became CR Belouizdad, JS Kawkaby
         became JE Tizi Ouzou and is now known as JS Kabylie, MP Alger became
         MC Alger.
    
    [10] Doubles for Guadeloupe Martinique and Réunion are composed of
         championship and Coupe; trebles additionally include Coupe de France.
    
    [11] Japanese name changes:  Urawa Red Diamonds was formerly known as
         Mitsubishi (and won 2 doubles under that name); Fujita is known
         known as Kawasaki Frontale; Toyo Kogyo, later Mazda, is now known
         as Sanfrecce Hiroshima; Yomiuri is now known as Verdy Kawasaki;
         Furukawa is now known as JEF United Ichihara; Hitachi is now known
         as Kashiwa Reysol and Yanmar Diesel is now known as Cerezo Osaka.
    
    [12] Includes the 1990 double for Sirius and the 1991 double for Zalgiris.
    
    [13] Does not include the 1951 "double": Ruch were awarded the championship
         on account of their win of the inaugural Polish cup, and in spite of
         the fact that they only finished sixth in the Polish league won by
         Wisla Kraków.
    
    [14] There was no Hungarian cup in 1924; MTK won the championship that
         season.
    
    [15] Malmö FF won the league in 1974 and 1975 and the cup in 1973/74 and
         1974/75; for the purpose of qualifying for European club competitions, only
         the combination of 1974 league and 1974/75 cup can be considered a double;
         likewise IFK Göteborg  won the league in 1982 and 1983 and the cup in 1981/82
         and 1982/83, of which only the combination of 1982 league and 1982/83 cup is
         a double; however they are included here as both clubs won both tournaments
         in successive calendar years.
    
    [16] The trebles of Shamrock Rovers and Bohemians consisted of league,
         cup, and shield.
    
    [17] Doubles for Hongkong consist of winning the league and the senior shield,
         the oldest competition of the territory; trebles consist of league, senior
         shield and the FA cup, first contested in 1974/7; the total of South China
         does not include 1934/35 (when they won the league and their reserves the
         shield) nor 1937/38 (when they won the shield and their reserve side the
         league).
    
    [18] The treble of Fall River Marksmen consisted of American Soccer League,
         US Open Cup, and Lewis Cup.
    
    [19] Data missing for this country.
    
    [20] There was no championship in 1977 and 1978, but Djoliba won the cup
         in both these seasons.
    
    [21] Palmeiras' double of 1967 consisted of the Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa,
         predecessor of the current league championship, and the Taça Brasil.
    
    [22] Dinamo Kyiv won 4 doubles in the Soviet Union and 9 in Ukraine.
    
    [23] Bayern won the league, cup and post-season league cup in 2000; the latter
         was contested by the top-6 teams in the 1999/00 league.
    
    [24] the main cup competition in Saudi Arabia was the Kings Cup up to and
         including 1989/90, the Crown Prince Cup between 1990/91 and 2012/13, and
         the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Champions Cup since 2013/14.
    
    [25] Al-Qadisiya and Al-Kuwait won league, Emir Cup and Crown Prince Cup.
    
    [26] CAPS United won league, ZIFA Unity Cup (the main cup tournament) and
         Buddie Challenge Cup (a one-off league cup style tournament).
    
    [27] Malaysian doubles consist of league and Malaysia Cup (the main cup 
         tournament; trebles additionally include the FA Cup (secondary cup tournament).
    
    [28] Since 1998, the Estonia league season is played over a calendar year,
         while the cup continues to be played in a fall-spring rhythm; in accordance
         with qualifying for UEFA Club competitions, doubles since 1998 are composed
         of a cup win in spring and a league title in the fall before that.
         Levadia Tallinn's record includes that of Levadia Maardu prior to moving.
    
    [29] Bermudan trebles consisted of league, FA Cup and Friendship Trophy.
    
    [30] Jordan trebles consisted of league, FA Cup and Shield.
    
    [31] There was no cup tournament in 1965, but Muharraq won the league.
    
    [32] King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry won the double in Hongkong in 1911/12,
         after which they were relocated to Singapore, where they repeated that
         performance in 1912/13.
    
    [33] Zambia trebles consisted of league, Castle, Independence or Mosi Cup
         and Chibuku or Heroes Cup.
    
    [34] Fiji doubles consisted of league and IDC; trebles additionally include BOG.
    
    [ S] Both Debreceni VSC in 2009/10 and Paris-Saint-Germain FC (four times:
         in 2014/15, 2015/16, 2017/18 and 2019/20) started the season by winning the
         Super Cup (in 2009 resp. 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2019, having qualified for that
         final the previous season) and went on to win all three available domestic
         trophies: league, cup and league cup.
    

    Spanish 'Dobletes' Trivia

    Double Wins in Spain

     8 FC Barcelona              1951/52, 1952/53, 1958/59, 1997/98, 2008/09,
                                 2014/15, 2015/16, 2017/18
     5 Athletic Club de Bilbao   1929/30, 1930/31, 1942/43, 1955/56, 1983/84
     4 Real Madrid CF            1961/62, 1974/75, 1979/80, 1988/89
     1 Clube Atlético de Madrid  1995/96
    

    Defended Doubles

    Athletic (1929-31) and Barcelona (twice, 1951-53 and 2014-16) managed to hold on to
    the double in consecutive seasons.
    

    Missed Doubles

    Champions losing the cup final
     6 Real Madrid CF            1932/33, 1957/58, 1960/61, 1967/68, 1978/79, 1989/90
     2 Valencia CF               1943/44, 1970/71
     2 FC Barcelona              1973/74, 2010/11
    
    League runners-up winning the cup
     4 Clube Atlético de Madrid  1960/61, 1964/65, 1984/85, 1990/91
     4 FC Barcelona              1967/68, 1970/71, 1977/78, 1996/97
     4 Real Madrid CF            1933/34, 1935/36, 1992/93, 2010/11
     2 RC Deportivo de La Coruńa 1994/95, 2001/02
     2 Athletic Club de Bilbao   1931/32, 1932/33
     1 Valencia CF               1948/49
    
    League runners-up losing the cup finals ('double losers')
     4 Real Madrid CF            1928/29, 1959/60, 1991/92, 2012/13
     3 FC Barcelona              1953/54, 1985/86, 2013/14
     1 Valencia CF               1971/72
     1 Real Sociedad de F.       1987/88
    

    City Doubles

    When both halves of the city could celebrate:
    
     2 Barcelona                 1928/29 (FC Barcelona (League); RCD Espańol (Cup))
                                 2005/06 (FC Barcelona (League); RCD Espanyol (Cup))
     1 Sevilla                   1934/35 (Real Betis B. (League); Sevilla FC (Cup))
     1 Madrid                    1971/72 (Real Madrid CF (League); C. Atlético (Cup))
    

    More Trivia

    In 87 seasons in which both league and cup were played, 18 'doubles' were won.
    
    Cup winning Champions
    Athletic Club won 5 doubles while winning the league 8 times; so they more often
    combined a cup win with a league title than not; this is explained by the fact
    that they won the cup 23 times, only six less than record winners Barcelona;
    in all three seasons in which they won the league but failed to win the cup,
    they were eliminated from the latter competition by the eventual winners (1933/34
    and 1935/36 by Real Madrid, 1982/83 by Barcelona).
    
    Stopping the Champions
    Two teams stopped the league champions from completing the double in the cup
    final on three occasions: Athletic (1932/33 and 1957/58 against Real Madrid,
    1943/44 against Valencia), and Barcelona (1967/68 and 1989/90 against Real 
    Madrid and 1970/71 against Valencia): both twice denied Real Madrid and once
    Valencia.
    
    Revenge of the Runners-Up
    On five occasions, the league runners-up beat the champions in the cup final;
    this means that 5 out of 10 times that the champions lost the cup final, they
    succumbed to the league runners-up, implying a fierce fight between the two
    teams all season.  It happened 1932/33 (Athletic beating Real Madrid in the
    cup final), 1960/61 (Atlético beating Real Madrid), 1967/68 (Barcelona beating 
    Real Madrid), 1970/71 (Barcelona beating Valencia) and 2010/11 (Real Madrid
    beating Barcelona).
    
    Switching Shadow
    When Barcelona won their first double, 1951/52, Athletic were league runners-up
    while Valencia lost the cup final.  Next season, Barcelona won the double again,
    now with Valencia as league runners-up and Athletic as cup final losers.
    
    All or Nothing
    The three teams that most often won the cup while finishing runners-up in the
    league are Barcelona, Real and Atlético, all on 4 occasions.  As Barcelona and 
    Real Madrid both won the cup often and finished runners-up many times, that
    is not surprising for them, but Atlético won the cup on 'only' 10 occasions while
    they finished runners-up 8 times.  So almost half the times they won the cup, they
    were second in the league, while exactly half the times they were league 
    runners-up, they consoled themselves with the cup.
    
    Treble champions including Europe
    
     2 FC Barcelona:  League + Cup + C1 (2008/09)
                      League + Cup + C1 (2014/15)
    
    Double champions including Europe
     
     5 FC Barcelona:  League + C3 (1959/60)
                      League + C1 (1991/92)
                      Cup + C2 (1996/97)
                      League + C1 (2005/06)
                      League + C1 (2010/11)
     4 Real Madrid:   League + C1 (1956/57)
                      League + C1 (1957/58)
                      League + C3 (1985/86) 
                      Cup + C1 (2013/14)
     1 Sevilla:       Cup + C3 (2006/07)
     1 Valencia:      League + C3 (2003/04)
     1 Real Zaragoza: Cup + C3 (1963/64)
    

    Argentina 'Doubles'

    No regular cup tournament has been held in Argentina though various cup like competitions existed in the past. On those tournaments, we can say that:

    a) Competencia, Estímulo, Suecia and Campeonato Nacional cups were the
       main cups.
    b) Honor, República, Centenario cups could be computed as league cups.
    c) Ibarguren and Oro have not been computed because they were played
       with only 2 participants, so they are as supercups.
    d) Also, cups played with less than 90 minutes by match have not been
       computed (Escobar, Asistencia Pública).
    
    Under these premisses, the following clubs can be considered to have
    won league-and-cup doubles in Argentina:
    
    Alumni                  1907, 1909
    Boca Juniors            1919, 1926, 1976
    Independiente           1926
    River Plate             1932, 1975, 1979
    San Lorenzo de Almagro: 1972
    
    Note that winning Apertura and Clausura tournaments in one season is not
    considered a double win as both are league tournaments.
    

    About this document

    Spanish double trivia thanks to Gustavo Sordo; Argentina explanations thanks to Osvaldo José Gorgazzi

    Prepared and maintained by Karel Stokkermans for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

    Author: Karel Stokkermans
    Last updated: 2 Dec 2021

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