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. 23 Linfield Northern Ireland  18 Rangers Scotland 17 Celtic Scotland Olympiakos Greece 14 Al-Ahly Egypt  13 Muharraq Bahrain 12 Dinamo Kyiv SU/Ukraine  HB Faroe Islands 11 Bayern München (West) Germany SL Benfica Portugal Dinamo Zagreb Croatia Djoliba AC Mali Levski Sofia Bulgaria  10 Al-Ansar Lebanon FK Austria (Wien) Austria Crvena zvezda Yugoslavia/Serbia-Montenegro CSKA Sofia Bulgaria  Dinamo Tbilisi Georgia Al-Faisaly Jordan Stade Malien Mali Steaua Bucuresti Romania  Wallidan Gambia 9 APR FC Rwanda 8 FC Barcelona Spain Etoile Filante Burkina Faso Grasshopper Club Switzerland Jeunesse d'Esch Luxembourg Maccabi Tel-Aviv Israel Al-Merreikh Sudan Panathinaikos Greece Rosenborg BK Norway Sparta Praha Czechoslovakia  7 Ajax Netherlands ASEC Abidjan Ivory Coast Ferencváros Hungary Partizani Tiranë Albania FC Porto Portugal Sheriff Tiraspol Moldova Skonto Riga Latvia Valletta Malta Al-Zawra Iraq 6 Africa Sports Ivory Coast Club Franciscain Martinique Cotonsport Garoua Cameroon CSKA Moskva Soviet Union/Russia Dinamo Tiranë Albania F91 Dudelange Luxembourg Galatasaray Turkey Juventus Italy Kaizer Chiefs South Africa (NPSL/NSL) Malmö FF Sweden Pakhtakor Toshkent Uzbekistan SK Rapid (Wien) Austria SS Saint-Louisienne Réunion  Shamrock Rovers Ireland Sporting CP Portugal Villa SC Uganda 5 APOEL Nicosia Cyprus Al-Arabi Kuwait Athletic de Bilbao Spain Defence Force Trinidad and Tobago ASC Diaraf Senegal  Dinamo Bucuresti Romania Dynamos Zimbabwe (of which 1 in Rhodesia) Espérance Tunis Tunisia Floriana Malta Harlem Bombers Dominica  Hearts of Oak Ghana HJK Finland Al-Karama Syria Legia Warszawa Poland Omonoia Nicosia Cyprus Partizan Beograd Yugoslavia/Serbia-Montenegro Petro Atlético Angola Al-Qadisiya Kuwait RB Salzburg Austria Sahel SC Niger Saint Michel Seychelles JS Saint-Pierroise Réunion  Shakhtar Donets'k Ukraine Sliema Wanderers Malta Slovan Bratislava CSSR/Slovakia South China Hongkong Spartak Moskva SU/Russia AS Vita Zaire  Zalgiris Vilnius Lithuania  4 Admira Wien Austria Barry Town Wales FC Basel Switzerland Colo Colo Chile Costa do Sol Mozambique Dordoy-Dinamo Naryn Kyrgyzstan Fanja Oman Highlands Park South Africa (NFL) ÍA Iceland Istiqlol Dushanbe Tajikistan Al-Ittihad (Tripoli) Libya KR Iceland Maribor Slovenia Mechal (formerly Army) Ethiopia Mohun Bagan India  DC Motema Pembe Zaire  MTK Hungary Mufulira Wanderers Zambia Nkana FC Zambia North Village Bermuda Notre Dame Barbados  PSV Netherlands Qarabag Agdam Azerbaijan Real Madrid Spain AS Saint Etienne France FC Santa Coloma Andorra Slavia Praha Czechoslovakia  US Stade Tamponnaise Réunion  The New Saints (Llansantffraid) Wales Al-Wahdat Jordan Weymouth Wales Barbados  3 AGF Denmark Al-Ahli (Tripoli) Libya Anderlecht Belgium Arsenal England Assaut Martinique Avenir Beggen Luxembourg CR Belouizdad Algeria  Belfast Celtic Northern Ireland  Boca Juniors Argentina Bunyodkor Toshkent Uzbekistan Club Africain Tunisia Dhofar Oman Dundalk Ireland Dynamo Dresden East Germany Enugu Rangers Nigeria España Mexico Excelsior AC Haiti  Fenerbahçe Turkey Ferroviário (Maputo) Mozambique Feyenoord Netherlands Flora Tallinn Estonia Frederikstad FK Norway Glentoran Northern Ireland  GOR Mahia Kenya Górnik Zabrze Poland Hamrun Spartans Malta Hapoel Tel-Aviv Israel Al-Hilal Saudi Arabia  Al-Hilal Sudan Horoya AC Guinea Al-Jaish Syria KÍ Faroe Islands Kitchee Hongkong FC Křbenhavn Denmark Kopetdag Ashabad Turkmenistan Al-Kuwait Kuwait Manchester United England TP Mazembe Zaire  Mogoditshane Fighters (Gaborone) Botswana Neftci Baki Azerbaijan Paris-Saint-Germain FC France CE Principat Andorra Pyunik Yerevan [II] Armenia Red Boys Differdange Luxembourg River Plate Argentina Seiko Hongkong Singapore Armed Forces Singapore  SKA-PVO Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Somerset Trojans Bermuda FC Tirol Austria Township Rollers Botswana Toyo Kogyo Japan  Újpesti Dózsa Hungary Zamalek Egypt 2 MS ABDB Brunei AEK Greece AFC Leopards (Abaluhya United) Kenya African Stars Namibia Albirex Niigata (S) Singapore  Alumni Argentina Al-Arabi Qatar Anorthosis Famagusta Cyprus Arsenal Lesotho ASFA-Yennenga Burkina Faso ASL Sports Trinidad and Tobago Asturias Mexico Avatiu FC Cook Islands Balkan (Nebitci) Balkanabat Turkmenistan BATE Barysau Belarus CS Belge Léopoldville Belgian Congo  Besiktas Turkey Bohemians Ireland Botswana Defence Force Botswana SV Britannia Aruba Brřndby IF Denmark FC Brugge Belgium Canon Yaoundé Cameroon CFR Cluj Romania Christchurch United New Zealand CNapS Sport Madagascar Dalian Shide China Desportivo Maputo Mozambique Dinamo Minsk Belarus Distillery Northern Ireland Djurgĺrdens IF Sweden Domagnano San Marino Dukla Praha Czechoslovakia Eastern Hongkong Entente Sétif Algeria Everton Barbados  Express Uganda Fall River Marksmen USA FAR Rabat Morocco Fire Brigade Mauritius Al-Foutoua Syria GÍ Faroe Islands Golden Star Martinique IFK Göteborg Sweden Hajduk Split Yugoslavia/Croatia Haka Finland Hard Rock Grenada  Helsingborgs IF Sweden Highlanders Zimbabwe Honvéd Hungary Hurricanes Grenada  Internacional Bratislava Slovakia Internazionale Italy Invincible Eleven Liberia Al-Ittihad (Doha) Qatar Al-Ittihad (Jeddah) Saudi Arabia  Kabwe Warriors Zambia JS Kabylie Algeria  AS Kaloum Stars Guinea Kashima Antlers Japan Kedah Malaysia  FC La Chaux-de-Fonds Switzerland Lausanne Sports Switzerland Levadia Tallinn Estonia Lille OSC France Lokomotiv Toshkent Uzbekistan Ludogorets Razgrad Bulgaria MC Alger Algeria  Mighty Barolle Liberia Mount Wellington New Zealand Murata San Marino Al-Nasr Saudi Arabia  AS Niamey Niger Necaxa Mexico Nissan Japan  IFK Norrköping Sweden  Olympique Marseille France Orlando Pirates South Africa (NPSL) Al-Oruba Oman Paradise Barbados  PHC Zebras Bermuda AS Portuguesa Belgian Congo  Primeiro de Agosto Angola Quality Distributors Guam Al-Quwa Al-Jawia Iraq Raja Casablanca Morocco Al-Rasheed Iraq Real Bamako Mali Regar-TadAZ Tursunzade Tajikistan Reforma AC Mexico Al-Sadd Qatar CS Sfaxien Tunisia Shandong Luneng Taishan China Slavia Mazyr Belarus Sporting Clube Bissau Guinea Bissau Sunrise Mauritius FC Tevragh Zeďna Mauritania SK Tiranë Albania Titikaveka FC Cook Islands Trabzonspor Turkey Trintoc Trinidad and Tobago UDRA Săo Tomé e Principe Universitatea Craiova Romania US Bitam Gabon Vardar Skopje Macedonia Vejle BK Denmark Vital'O Burundi WAC Casablanca Morocco Williams Connection Trinidad and Tobago Yanmar Diesel Japan  YMSC Bermuda Zeljeznicar Sarajevo Bosnia-Hercegovina 1 AaB Denmark Aberdeen Scotland ABL Pakistan Addington South Africa (NFL) Adelaide City Juventus Australia Aéroport Djibouti Agaza Lomé Togo AIK Sweden Al-Ahli Oman Al-Ahli Saudi Arabia  Al-Ahli United Arab Emirates Al-Ain United Arab Emirates Alay Osh Kyrgyzstan Alga Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Alga-RIIF Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Apaches Club (Mitsamiouli) Comoros  FK Aqtöbe Kazakhstan Ararat Erevan Soviet Union Arcadia Shepherds South Africa (NFL) Arorangi FC Cook Islands Asante Kotoko Ghana ASFAN Niger ASK Riga Latvia ASPL 2000 Mauritius FK Astana Kazakhstan Aston Villa England Atlético de Madrid Spain AJ Auxerre France AZ '67 Netherlands B 36 Faroe Islands Barbados Defence Force Barbados  Bassa Antigua BCC Lions Nigeria Beitar Jerusalem Israel US Bilombe Zaire  Black Rhinos Zimbabwe Black Star Liberia Blockhouse Bay New Zealand Borussia Dortmund (West) Germany Boulevard Blazers Bermuda CA Brazzaville Belgian Congo  British Police Israel Brooklyn Hispano USA Bulawayo Rovers Zimbabwe (then Rhodesia) Cape Town City South Africa (NFL) Cape Town Spurs South Africa (NSL) CAPS United Zimbabwe Celik Zenica Bosnia-Herzegovina Chelsea England Chicago Fire USA Constel-lacio Esportiva Andorra Cork Athletic Ireland Cork City Ireland Cork United Ireland Cruz Azul Mexico Cruzeiro EC Brazil CTM Pakistan Curepipe Starlight Mauritius Dandy Town Bermuda DC United USA Debreceni VSC Hungary Deportivo Guadelupe Săo Tomé e Principe Derry City Ireland Devonshire Colts Bermuda Devonshire Cougars Bermuda Dinamo Fima Madagascar Dinamo Moskva Soviet Union Dolphin FC Nigeria AS Douanes Senegal DPMM FC Brunei AS Dragon Tahiti Dragons Ouémé Benin Al-Duhail Qatar Durban City South Africa (NFL) Dynamic Togolais Togo BFC Dynamo East Germany East Bengal India  East End Lions Sierra Leone Ekranas Panevezys Lithuania Enyimba Nigeria EPA Larnaca Cyprus Espoir (Zinder) Niger Etoile du Sahel Tunisia Etoile Sportive Porto Novo Benin Extension Gunners (Lobatse) Botswana FBK Kaunas Lithuania FC 105 Gabon Fola Esch Luxembourg Folgore/Falciano San Marino Gaborone United Botswana Gach Dong Tam Long An (Tan An) Vietnam Gamba Osaka Japan FC Girondins Bordeaux France Glenavon Northern Ireland Grazer AK Austria CS Grevenmacher Luxembourg Guadalajara CD Mexico Guangzhou Evergrande China Hansa Rostock East Germany Hawks Gambia Hibernians Paola Malta Home United Singapore  Club Homenetmen Lebanon HTTU Ashgabat Turkmenistan Al-Hurriya Syria HVV Netherlands ÍBV Iceland Independiente Argentina Inkaras Kaunas Lithuania Al-Ittihad (Aleppo) Syria Iwuanyanwu Owerri Nigeria Jangorzo FC (Maradi) Niger Al-Jazeera United Arab Emirates Jeanne d'Arc Senegal Joe Public Trinidad and Tobago Kairat Almaty Kazakhstan KCCA Uganda Kepez Ganja Azerbaijan Khazar Lenkoran Azerbaijan 1.FC Köln (West) Germany KRL Pakistan ASC Ksar Sonader Mauritania LASK Austria Lazio Italy Lech Poznan Poland León Mexico Leventis United Nigeria Lillestrřm SK Norway LISCR Liberia Liverpool England LLB Académic Burundi Lotoha'apai SC Tonga  LPRC Oilers Liberia Lupopo Zaire  SFK Lyn Norway Maccabi Haifa Israel Maccabi Netanya Israel Mamelodi Sundowns South Africa (NSL) Mangasport Gabon Matchedje Mozambique Matlama Lesotho Mbabane Swallows Swaziland Mebrat Hail Ethiopia Melbourne Knights Australia Mighty Blackpool Sierra Leone Mochudi Centre Chiefs Botswana Molde FK Norway AS Monaco France Al-Nahda Lebanon Napier City Rovers New Zealand Napoli Italy Al-Nasr United Arab Emirates Neftchi Ferghana Uzbekistan New Bedford Whalers USA OGC Nice France Nikao Sokattack Cook Islands SCT Olimpija Slovenia Olympic Beirut Lebanon Olympique Lyonnais France Olympique Niamey Niger Oryx Douala Cameroon Pahang Malaysia  SE Palmeiras Brazil  Pamir Dusanbe Tajikistan Pamplemousses SC Mauritius Pennarossa San Marino AS Pikine Senegal Pohang Steelers South Korea Police Club Mauritius AS Police Niger Police Trinidad and Tobago Portadown Northern Ireland Power Dynamos Zambia Preston North End England Pride of Gall Hill Barbados  Primeiro de Maio Angola Progrčs Niedercorn Luxembourg Puebla Mexico Pyunik Yerevan [I] Armenia Queen's Island Northern Ireland Rabat Ajax Malta Rabotnicki Skopje Macedonia Racing Club Paris France RAP Netherlands Rayon Sports Rwanda RC Kadiogo Burkina Faso RC Rivičre-Pilote Martinique RCA Aruba Real Banjul Gambia Real Republicans Ghana Rhyl Wales Rijeka Croatia Ripensia Timisoara Romania Rovers Guam Rowi Oman Royal Lesotho Defence Forces Lesotho Ruch Chorzów Poland  Rudar Pljevlja Montenegro Ruzomberok Slovakia Safa Lebanon Saigon Hanoi Bank Da Nang Vietnam Saint George Ethiopia Saint James' Gate Ireland Saint Louis Seychelles San Lorenzo Argentina Schalke '04 (West) Germany Semassi Sokodé Togo 6 de Septembro Săo Tomé e Principe Servette FC Switzerland Sčte France Al-Sha'ab (Ibb) Yemen  Al-Shabab Saudi Arabia  Al-Shabab United Arab Emirates Al-Shabab Al-Ordon Al-Qadisiya Jordan Shelbourne Ireland Shkëndija Tetovo Macedonia Shooting Stars SC Nigeria Al-Shourta Syria Sileks Kratovo Macedonia Singapore Malaysia  FC Sion Switzerland Sirius Klaipeda Lithuania  Sitora Dusanbe Tajikistan Skënderbeu Korçë Albania Slavia Sofia Bulgaria Sloga Jugomagnat Skopje Macedonia Spartak Trnava Czechoslovakia Spora Luxembourg Luxembourg Sriwijaya FC (Palembang) Indonesia Stade Dudelange Luxembourg Stade Reims France Stade Tunisienne Tunisia Strřmsgodset IF Drammen Norway Sturm Graz Austria Sun Hei Hongkong Suwaiq Oman Talaba Iraq Tampere United Finland Tampines Rovers Singapore  TB Faroe Islands JS Ténéré Niger Tianjin China Tonnerre Yaoundé Cameroon Torino Italy Torpedo Kutaisi Georgia Torpedo Moskva Soviet Union Tottenham Hotspur England Trast AC Larnaca Cyprus Tre Fiori San Marino AS Trencin Slovakia Tsement Ararat Armenia Tupapa FC Cook Islands TVMK Tallinn Estonia Union Douala Cameroon Union Luxembourg Luxembourg Union St. Gilles Belgium Urawa Reds Japan USJF/Ravinala Madagascar USM Alger Algeria USM (Libreville) Gabon UTA Romania Vakhsh Kurgan-Tyube Tajikistan Valur Iceland Varzob Dusanbe Tajikistan Vasco Volcanoes Bermuda  Viking IL Stavanger Norway Violette AC Haiti  Vitória Riboque Săo Tomé e Principe Vllaznia Shkodër Albania Wacker Wien Austria Al-Wahda Sana Yemen  Al-Wasl United Arab Emirates Werder Bremen (West) Germany West Riffa Bahrain Wisla Kraków Poland Yelimai Semipalatinsk Kazakhstan Yomiuri Japan  BSC Young Boys Switzerland Zanaco Zambia MSK Zilina Slovakia Zimbabwe Saints Zimbabwe Zimbru Chisinau Moldova FC Zürich Switzerland
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 5 Club Franciscain Martinique 2001-05 Djoliba AC Mali 1973-76,79  4 Dinamo Tiranë Albania 1950-53 Juventus Italy 2015-18 Muharraq Bahrain 1961-64 RB Salzburg Austria 2014-17 Zalgiris Vilnius Lithuania 2013-16 3 Al-Ahly (Cairo) Egypt 1949-51 Al-Ansar Lebanon 1990-92 Al-Ansar Lebanon 1994-96 Al-Arabi Kuwait 1962-64 APR FC Rwanda 2010-12 Assaut Martinique 1966-68 Croatia Zagreb Croatia 1996-98 Dinamo Kyiv Ukraine 1998-00 Dinamo Zagreb Croatia 2007-09 Dordoy-Dinamo Naryn Kyrgyzstan 2004-06 Excelsior AC Haiti 1948,50-52 Al-Faisaly Jordan 2001-04 Istiqlol Dushanbe Tajikistan 2014-16 Al-Karama Syria 2007-09 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 SS Saint-Louisienne Réunion 1968-70  Shakhtar Donets'k Ukraine 2011-13 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 Steaua Bucuresti Romania 1987-89  The New Saints (Llansantffraid) Wales 2014-16 AS Vita Zaire 1971-73  Al-Zawra Iraq 1994-96 2 MS ABDB Brunei 2015-16 Africa Sports Ivory Coast 1977-78 Africa Sports Ivory Coast 1985-86 Al-Ahly (Cairo) Egypt 2006-07 Al-Ahly (Tripoli) Libya 1994-95 Albirex Niigata (S) Singapore 2016,17 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 FC Barcelona Spain 1952-53 FC Barcelona Spain 2015-16 Barry Town Wales 2002-03 Bayern München Germany 2005-06 Belfast Celtic N. Ireland 1937-38 CR Belouizdad Algeria 1969-70 [as CR Belcourt] SV Britannia Aruba 2009-10 Celtic Scotland 1907-08 Celtic Scotland 1971-72 Celtic Scotland 2017-18 CNapS Sport Madagascar 2015-16 Colo Colo Chile 1989-90 Cotonsport Garoua Cameroon 2003-04 Cotonsport Garoua Cameroon 2007-08 CSKA Sofia Bulgaria 1954-55 [as CDNA] CSKA Sofia Bulgaria 1972-73 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 1985-86 Eastern Hongkong 1993-94 Enugu Rangers Nigeria 1974-75 Etoile Filante Burkina Faso 1992-93 Express Uganda 1994-95 F91 Dudelange Luxembourg 2006-07 F91 Dudelange Luxembourg 2016-17 Al-Faisaly Jordan 1993-94 Fanja Oman 1986-87 Ferencváros Hungary 1927-28 Al-Foutoua Syria 1990-91 Górnik Zabrze Poland 1971-72 IFK Göteborg Sweden 1982-83 Grasshopper Club Switzerland 1942-43 Hamrun Spartans Malta 1987-88 Harlem Bombers Dominica 1973-74 HB Faroe Islands 1963-64 HB Faroe Islands 1981-82 Hearts of Oak Ghana 1999-00 Highlands Park South Africa 1965-66 ÍA Iceland 1983-84 Internacional Bratislava Slovakia 2000-01 Jeunesse d'Esch Luxembourg 1973-74 Kedah Malaysia 2007-08 KÍ Faroe Islands 1966-67 Kitchee Hongkong 2017-18 Kopetdag Ashabad Turkmenistan 1993-94 Al-Kuwait Kuwait 2017-18 FC La Chaux-de-Fonds Switzerland 1954-55 Legia Warszawa Poland 1955-56 [as CWKS] Legia Warszawa Poland 1994-95 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 Maribor Slovenia 2012-13 TP Mazembe Zaire 1966-67  Mogoditshane Fighters Botswana 1999-00 MTK Hungary 1923-25  Mufulira Wanderers Zambia 1965-66 Muharraq Bahrain 1966-67 Muharraq Bahrain 1983-84 Muharraq Bahrain 2008-09 Murata San Marino 2007-08 New South Wales Barbados 1969-70 Nissan Japan 1989-90  Nkana FC Zambia 1992-93 North Village Bermuda 2002-03 Olympiakos Greece 2005-06 Olympiakos Greece 2008-09 Olympiakos Greece 2012-13 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 Portuguesa Belgian Congo 1934-35  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 Reforma AC Mexico 1909-10 Rosenborg BK Norway 2015-16 Sahel SC Niger 1986-87 AS Saint Etienne France 1974-75 Saint Michel Seychelles 2007-08 FC Santa Coloma Andorra 2003-04 Seiko Hongkong 1980-81 Shakhtar Donets'k Ukraine 2017-18 Sheriff Tiraspol Moldova 2001-02 Singapore Armed Forces Singapore 2007-08 Skonto Riga Latvia 1997-98 Slavia Praha Bohemia/Mor. 1941-42  South China Hongkong 1987-88 South China Hongkong 1990-91 Sparta Praha CSSR 1988-89 Spartak Moskva Soviet Union 1938-39 Stade Malien Mali 1994-95 Újpesti Dózsa Hungary 1969-70 Villa SC Uganda 1988-89 Al-Wahdat Jordan 1996-97 Wallidan Gambia 1975-76 Wallidan Gambia 1988-92 [no cups 1989-91] Wallidan Gambia 2001-02 YMSC Bermuda 1963-64 Al-Zawra Iraq 1999-00
Some countries have a league cup; the following teams won domestic trebles of championship, cup, and league cup. 7 Rangers Scotland 1949,64,76,78,93,99,03 5 Celtic Scotland 1967,69,21,17,18 4 Floriana Malta 1950,53,58,93  3 Shamrock Rovers Ireland 1925,32,64  Somerset Trojans Bermuda 1968,69,70  South China Hongkong 1987,88,91  2 Albirex Niigata (S) Singapore 2016,17 Kedah Malaysia 2007,08  Kitchee Hongkong 2012,17  Linfield N. Ireland 2006,08 Nissan Japan 1989,90  North Village Bermuda 1978,06  Paris-Saint-Germain FC France 2015,16 [S] Saint Michel Seychelles 2008,11 JS Saint-Pierroise Réunion 1971,89  The New Saints (Llansantffraid) Wales 2015,16 1 Bayern München Germany 2000  SL Benfica Portugal 2014 Bohemians Ireland 1928  CAPS United Zimbabwe 2004  Curepipe Starlight Mauritius 2008 Debreceni VSC Hungary 2010 [S] Derry City Ireland 1989 Devonshire Cougars Bermuda 2013  Fall River Marksmen USA 1930  Gamba Osaka Japan 2014 ÍA Iceland 1996 Kaizer Chiefs South Africa 1984 Kashima Antlers Japan 2000 Al-Kuwait Kuwait 2017  Levski Spartak Sofia Bulgaria 1984  Mbabane Swallows Swaziland 2013 Muharraq Bahrain 2009 PHC Zebras Bermuda 1971  Al-Qadisiya Kuwait 2004  Rhyl Wales 2004 SS Saint-Louisienne Réunion 2002  Servette FC Switzerland 1979 Singapore Armed Forces Singapore 1997 Sliema Wanderers Malta 1956  CFKA Sredets Sofia Bulgaria 1989  Steaua Bucuresti Romania 2015 Sun Hei Hongkong 2005  US Stade Tamponnaise Réunion 2003  Somerset Trojans (1968/69 and 1969/70), Nissan (1989 and 1990), South China (1987 and 1988), Kedah (2007 and 2008), The New Saints (2014/15 and 2015/16), Albirex Niigata (S) (2016 and 2017) and Celtic (2016/17 and 2017/18) are the only clubs to defend their domestic trebles. 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. See also Beyond Trebles.
Countries where most doubles were won: 36 Scotland 34 Northern Ireland  32 Austria Countries where most different teams won doubles: 12 France 10 Luxembourg 9 Austria Bermuda Ireland 8 Mexico South Africa Switzerland 7 Northern Ireland Norway 6 England Israel Malta Netherlands Romania Soviet Union Sweden United Arab Emirates Zaire  Leading double winners for some major countries: 3 Anderlecht Belgium 3 Arsenal and Manchester United England 4 AS Saint Etienne France 11 Bayern München (West) Germany 6 Juventus Italy 7 Ajax Netherlands 11 SL Benfica Portugal 8 Barcelona Spain
[ 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, 4 in Czechoslovakia after WW II and 2 in the Czech Republic since 1933. Slavia won 2 before WW II, 2 during WW II. 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 Diaraf includes Foyer France. [ 7] Zairese name changes: CS Imana became DC Motema Pembe; TP Englebert became TP Mazembe; Zaire became Democratic Republic Congo (or Congo-Kinshasa). Léopoldville is now known as Kinshasa. If one adds the number of double winners of Zaire (6) and Belgian Congo (3), one arrives at 9 different clubs. [ 8] Indian doubles listed here consist of the Calcutta League and the Federation cup. The cup of 1978 (part of Mohun Bagan's first double) was shared. [ 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.  Doubles for Réunion are composed of championship and Coupe de la Réunion; trebles additionally include Coupe de France.  Japanese name changes: Toyo Kogyo, later Mazda, is now known as Sanfrecce Hiroshima; Nissan became Yokohama Marinos and Yomiuri is now known as Verdy Kawasaki.  Includes the 1990 double for Sirius and the 1991 double for Zalgiris.  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.  There was no Hungarian cup in 1924; MTK won the championship that season.  The trebles of Floriana and Sliema Wanderers consisted of league, trophy, and Cassar Cup.  The trebles of Shamrock Rovers and Bohemians consisted of league, cup, and shield.  The trebles of South China consisted of league, cup, and Viceroy Cup. The treble of Sun Hei 2005 consisted of league, cup, and league cup; in addition they won the senior shield, beating league runners-up Happy Valley in all three cup finals. The treble of Kitchee 2012 consisted of league, cup, and league cup, their treble of 2017 of league, cup and senior shield.  The treble of Fall River Marksmen consisted of American Soccer League, US Open Cup, and Lewis Cup.  Data missing for this country.  There was no championship in 1977 and 1978, but Djoliba won the cup in both these seasons.  Palmeiras' double of 1967 consisted of the Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa, predecessor of the current league championship, and the Taça Brasil.  Dinamo Kyiv won 4 doubles in the Soviet Union and 8 in Ukraine.  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.  the main cup competition in Saudi Arabia was the Kings Cup up to and including 1989/90 and the Crown Prince Cup since 1990/91; all doubles of Al-Ahli and Al-Nasr involved the Kings Cup, all doubles of Al-Hilal, Al-Ittihad and Al-Shabab involved the Crown Prince Cup.  Al-Qadisiya and Al-Kuwait won league, Emir Cup and Crown Prince Cup.  CAPS United won league, ZIFA Unity Cup (the main cup tournament) and Buddie Challenge Cup (a league cup style tournament).  Malaysian doubles consist of league and Malaysia Cup (the main cup tournament; in 2007, Kedah also won the FA Cup (secondary cup tournament).  Bermudan triples consisted of league, FA Cup and Friendship Trophy. [ S] Both Debreceni VSC in 2009/10 and Paris-Saint-Germain FC in both 2014/15 and 2015/16 started the season by winning the Super Cup (in 2009 resp. 2014 and 2015, having qualified for that final the previous season) and went on to win all three available domestic trophies: league, cup and league cup.
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
Athletic (1929-31) and Barcelona (twice, 1951-53 and 2014-16) managed to hold on to the double in consecutive seasons.
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
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))
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. Triple 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)
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.
Spanish double trivia thanks to Gustavo Sordo; Argentina explanations thanks to Osvaldo José Gorgazzi
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Last updated: 7 Jun 2018
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