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Manchester City (England)

Season: 2022-23

Manager: Pep Guardiola

Treble: Premier League, FA Cup, Champions League

In a year that was disrupted in December due to the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Manchester City continued their domestic dominance by lifting their third Premier League title in a row finishing 4 points ahead of Arsenal.

The FA Cup final was won in the 90th minute, 2-1 over rivals Manchester United, and after finishing the previous season as runners up Manchester City completed their treble in Istanbul with a 1-0 win over Inter thanks to a goal from Spanish midfielder Rodri.

Bayern Munich (Germany)

Season: 2012-13 & 2019-20 (Twice)

Manager: Jupp Heynckes ‘13 & Hansi Flick ‘20

Treble: Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal, Champions League

Barcelona (Spain)

Season: 2008-09 & 2014-15 (Twice)

Manager: Pep Guardiola ‘09 & Luis Enrique ‘15

Treble: Liga, Copa del Rey, Champions League

Inter Milan (Italy)

Season: 2009-10

Manager: Jose Mourinho

Treble: Serie A, Coppa Italia, Champions League

Inter had its greatest-ever season, they scooped the Serie A for the fifth consecutive season, the country’s Coppa Italia, as well as the Champions League. They beat Barcelona in the semi-finals of the competition before taking the trophy with a victory over Bayern Munich

Manchester United (England)

Season: 1998-99

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson

Treble: Premier League, FA Cup, Champions League

The first-ever treble to be won by an English side. The club had already been dominating the Premier League since its inception in 1992/93, winning four of the first six campaigns.

PSV (Netherlands)

Season: 1987-88

Manager: Guus Hiddink

Treble: Eredivisie, KNVB Cup, European Cup

Total football was in its latter stages, but the Dutch sides still dominated Europe.

Ajax (Netherlands)

Season: 1971-72

Manager: Stefan Kovacs

Treble: Eredivisie, KNVB Cup, European Cup

The Amsterdam club lost just one of their 34 league matches, drawing a further three.

Celtic (Scotland)

Season: 1966/1967

Manager: Jock Stein

Treble: Scottish League, Scottish Cup, European Cup

Celtic competed for five trophies in the 1966–67 season, winning all of them. The Bhoys triumphed in the Scottish League, the Scottish Cup, the Scottish League Cup, the Glasgow Cup, and the European Cup, marking the only-ever European Quintuple.

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