The Greatest Seasonal Club Teams Ever


The Ranking List of Greatest Seasonal Club is determined base on performance in all competitions combined refer to the implementation databse and plus with trophy bonus (League 1, Domestic Cup 0.5, Continental Cup 1, World Cup 0.25). 


18. Liverpool (1976 - 1977)

GK : Ray Clemence
DF :  Joey Jones, Phil Neal, Tommy Smith, 
Emlyn Hughes (Captain)
MF : Jimmy Case, Terry Mcdermott, 
Ray Kennedy, Ian Callghan
FW : Steve Highway, Kevin Keegan
Manager : Bob Paisley
Double Champion in League-European Cup, UEFA Super Cup and FA Cup Runner-Up
Stats : English Top League (W23 D11 L8, GF 62 GA 3), European Cup (W4 L2, GF 15 GA 5)
Formation-Style : 4-4-2 Balance
Seasonal Rating : 8.34, Trophy Bonus: 2, Total Rating 8.1




17. AC Milan (1993 - 1994)

GK : Sabastiano Rossi
DF : Paolo Maldini, Mauro Tassotti, 
Franco Baresi (Captain), Alessandro Costacurta
MF : Marcel Desailly, Demetrio Albertini, 
Roberto Donadoni, Zvonimir Boban
FW : Dejan Savicevic, Daniele Massaro
Manager : Fabio Capello
Double Champion in Series A- Champion League with UEFA Super Cup
Stats : Series A (W19 D12 L3, GF 36 GA 15), UEFA Champion League (W6 D4, GF 20 GA 2)
Formation-Style : 4-4-2 Ultra-Defensive
Record : The longest streak without conceding a goal in Serie A : 929 minutes 
Seasonal Rating : 8.41, Trophy Bonus :2., Total Rating 8.16


16. AC Milan (1989 - 1990)


GK : Sebastiano Rossi
DF : Paolo Maldini, Mauro Tassotti, 
Franco Baresi (Captain), Alessandro Costacurta
MF : Frank Rijkaard, Demetrio Albertini, 
Roberto Donadoni, Zvonimir Boban
FW : Dejan Savicevic, Daniele Massaro
Manager : Arrigo Sacchi
Double Champion in European Cup-Coppa Italia with UEFA Super Cup and Intercontinental Cup
Stats : Series A (2nd Place) (W18 D10 L6, GF 46 GA 19) European Cup (W7 D1, L2, GF 12 GA 3)
Formation-Style : 4-4-2
Seasonal Rating : 8.83, Trophy Bonus :1.75, Total Rating 8.3



15. Penarol (1961)

GK : Luis Maidana
DF : William Martinez, Nuber Cano, Edgardo Gonzalez, Roberto Matosas
MF : Walter Aguerre, Luis Cubilla, Juan Joya, Ernesto Ledesma
FW : Jose Sasia, ALberto Spencer
Manager : Roberto Scarone

Double Champion in Uruguayan League-Copa Libertadores Cup with Intercontinental Cup 
Stats : Yugoslav League (W13 D4 L1, GF 51 GA 22), Copa Libertesdores Cup (W4 D1, GF 12 GA 5)
Formation-Style : 4-2-3-1 General Offensive
Seasonal Rating : 8.53, Trophy Bonus :2.25, Total Rating 8.45



14. Redstar Belgrade (1990 - 1991)


GK : Stevan Stojanovic
DF : Slobodan Marovic, Refik Sabanadzovic,
Ilija Najdoski, Miodrag Belodedicci
MF : Sinisa Mihajlovic, Vladimir Jugovic,
Robert Prosinecki, Dragisa Binic, Dejan Savicevic
FW : Darko Pancev
Manager : Ljupko Petrovic

Double Champion in Yugoslav League-European Cup with Intercontinental Cup and Yugoslav Cup runner-up
Stats : Yugoslav League (W25 D6 L5, GF 88 GA 35), UEFA Champion League (W5 D4, GF 19 GA 6)
Formation-Style : 4-5-1 General Offensive
Seasonal Rating : 8.74, Trophy Bonus :2.25, Total Rating 8.6


13. Real Madrid (1957 - 1958)

GK : Juan Alonso
DF : Jose Maria Zarraga, Angel Atienza, 
Rafael Lemes, Jose Santamaria
MF : Juan Santisteban, Raymond Kopa, 
Francisco Gento
FW :  Joseito, Alfredo Di Stefano (Captain), 
Hector Rial
Manager : Luis Caniglia
Double Champions in La Liga-European Cup with Copa Del Rey Finalist.
Stats : La Liga (W20 D5 L5, GF 71 GA 22), European (W5 D1 L1, GF 25 GA 7)
Formation-Style : 3-4-3 General Offensive
Seasonal Rating : 8.87, Trophy Bonus : 2.12, Total Rating 8.62


12. Ajax (1994 - 1995)

GK : Edwin Van Der Sar
DF : Winston Bogarde, Michael Rezeiger, Danny Blind, Frank De Boer
MF : Edgar Davids, Ronald De Boer, Finidi George, Jari Litmanen
FW : Marc Overmars, Patick Kluivert
Manager : Luis Van Gaal   
Double Champions in Eredivisie-European Cup with Intercontinental Cup.
Stats : Eredivisie (W27 D7 L0, GF 106 GA 28), European Cup (W7 D4, GF 18 GA 4)
Formation-Style : 3-4-3 General Offensive
Record : The part of the longest unbeaten in history of Eredivisie
Seasonal Rating : 8.88, Trophy Bonus : 2.25, Total Rating 8.72



11. Glasgow Celtic (1966 - 1967)

GK : Ronnie Simpson
DF : Tommy Gemmell, Tim Craig, 
Billy Mcniel (Captain), John Clark
MF : Bobby Murdoch, Bertie Auld, 
Bobby Lennox, Jimmy Johnstone
FW : Willie Wallace, Stewie Chalmers
Manager : Jock Stein
Four Champion (Treble in Domestic League, Cup and League Cup) and European Cup
Stats : Scottish League (W26 D6 L2, GF 111 GA 33),
European Cup (W7 D1 L1, GF 18 GA 5)
Formation-Style : 4-4-2 General Offensive
Record : The World Highest Goalscoring In A Single Season (196 Goals)
Seasonal Rating : 8.66, Trophy Bonus : 2.5, Total Rating 8.75 




10. Santos (1963)
GK : Gilmar
DF :  Mauro Ramos, Calvet, Lima
MF :  Zito, Dalmo, Dorval, Menglavio
FW :  Pele (Cpatain), Pepe, Countinho
Manager : Luis Alfonso Perez


Four Champion (Torneio Rio-Sao Paolo, Brasil Cup,
Copa Libertadores Cup, Intercontinental Cup)
Stats : Copa Libertadores Cup (W2D1L1,GF10 GA 4)
Formation-Style : 4-4-2 General Offensive
Seasonal Rating : 8.46, Trophy Bonus :2.75, Total Rating 8.8 





9. Inter Milan (1964 - 1965)

GK : Giuliano Sarti
DF : Giacinto Facchetti (Captain), Tarcisio Burgnich, Armando Picchi, Aristide Guarner
MF : Gianfranco Bedin, Luis Suarez Miramontes, Sandro Mazzola, Jair Da Costa, Mario Corso
FW : Joaquin Peiro
Manager : Helenio Herrara

Double Champions in Series A-European Cup (Coppa Italia Finalist) with Intercontinental Cup.
Stats : Series A (W22 D10 L2, GF 68 GA 29), European Cup (W5 L2, GF 16 GA 5)
Formation-Style : 5-3-2 Catenaccio
Seasonal Rating : 9.08, Trophy Bonus : 2.25, Total Rating 8.88



8. Manchester United (1998 -1999)
GK : Peter Schmeichel (Captain)
DF :  Dennis Erwin, Gary Nevile, Japp Stam, 
Ronnie Johnsen
MF :  Roy Keane, David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, 
Paul Scholes
FW : Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke
Manager : Alex Ferguson
The Treble in Premier League, FA Cup and European Cup with Intercontinental Cup
Stats : Premier League (W22 D13 L3, GF 84 GA 37, UEFA Champion League (W5 D6, GF 29 GA 16)
Formation-Style : 4-4-2 General Offensive
Seasonal Rating : 8.83, Trophy Bonus : 2.75, Total Rating 9.08



7. Inter Milan (2009 - 2010)




GK : Julio Cesar Soares
DF : Christian Chivu, Maicon, Lucio, Walter Samuel
MF: Javier Zanetti (Captain), Esteban Cambiasso, Wesley Sneijder
FW :  Goran Pandev, Diego Milito, Samuel Eto’o
Manager : Jose Mourinho
Four Champions (Treble in Series A, Coppa Italia and UEFA Champion League with FIFA Club World Cup)
Stats : Series A (W24 D10 L4, GF 75 GA 34), UEFA Champion League (W8 D3 L2, GF 17 GA 9)
Formation-Style : 4-2-3-1 Counter-Attack
Seasonal Rating : 8.84, Trophy Bonus : 2.75, Total Rating 9.10




5. Barcelona (2010 – 2011)
GK : Victor Valdes
DF :  Eric Abidal, Daniel Alves, Gerard Pique, 
Carles Puyol
MF: Sergio Busquets, Xavi Hernandez (Captain), Andres Iniesta, Pedro Rodriguez
FW : Lionel Messi, David Villa
Manager : Joseph Guardiola
Four Champions (Double in La Liga-UEFA Champion League (Copa Del Rey Finalist) with UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup)
Stats : La Liga (W30 D6 L2, GF 95 GA 21), UEFA Champion League (W9 D3 L1, GF 30 GA 9)
Formation-Style 4-3-3 Tiki-Taka
Record : The La Liga Most Consecutive Wins
Seasonal Rating : 9.43, Trophy Bonus : 2.25, Total Rating 9.16



4. Bayern Munich (2012 - 2013)


GK : Manuel Nauer
DF : Phillip Lahm (Captain), David Alaba, 
Jerome Boateng, Dante
MF : Bastian Schweisteinger, Franck Ribery, 
Arjeb Robben, Toni Kroos
FW : Thomas Muller, Mario Gomez
Manager : Jupp Heynckes
Triple Champion:  Bundesliga-DFB-Pokal-European Cup with FIFA Club World Cup
Stats : Bundesliga (W29 D4 L1, GF 98 GA 18), European Cup (W10 D1 L2, GF 31 GA10)
Formation-Style : 4-2-3-1
Record : The Bundesliga Highest Goal Differences : 93 , The Bundesliga Lowest Conceding Goals In A Single Season : 18 goals            
Seasonal Rating : 9.2, Trophy Bonus : 2.75, Total Rating 9.37

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3. Barcelona (2008 - 2009)
GK : Victor Valdes
DF :  Sylvinho, Daniel Alves, Gerard Pique, 
Carles Puyol (Captain)
MF :  Yaya Toure, Xavi Hernandez, Andres Iniesta
FW : Thierry Henry, Lionel Messi, Samuel Eto’o
Manager : Joseph Guardiola
Five Champions (Treble in La Liga, Copa Del Rey and UEFA Champion League with UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup)
Stats : La Liga (W30 D6 L2, GF 95 GA 21), UEFA Champion League (W9 D3 L1, GF 30 GA 9)
Formation-Style 4-3-3 Tiki-Taka
Seasonal Rating : 9.2, Trophy Bonus : 2.75, Total Rating 9.37
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2. Barcelona (2014 - 2015)


GK : Claudio Bravo
DF : Gerard Pique, Jordi Alba,
Daniel Alves, Javier Mascherano
MF : Sergio Busquets, Ivan Rakatic, 
Andreas Iniesta
FW : Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Neymar
Manager : Luis Enrique
Three Champion (Treble in La Liga, Copa Del Rey and UEFA Champion League
Stats : La Liga (W30 D4 L4, GF 110 GA 21), European Cup (W11 D0 L2, GF 31 GA 11)
Formation-Style : 4-3-3 General Offensive
Record : The Most Wins in history of UEFA Champion League
Seasonal Rating : 9.3, Trophy Bonus : 2.75, Total Rating 9.45

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1. Ajax (1971 - 1972)
GK : Jan Jonbloed
DF : Wim Suurbier, Ruud Krol, Barry Hulshoff, 
Horst Blankenburg
MF : Arie Haan, Johan Neeskens, Gerrie Muhren
FW : Sjaak Swart, Piet Keizer, Johan Cruyff (Captain)
Manager : Stefan Kovacs
The Treble (One of The Best League and European Cup Seasons Ever) and UEFA Super Cup and Intercontinental Cup
Stats : Eredivisie (W30 D3 L1, GF 104 GA 20), European Cup (W6 D1, GF 12 GA3)
Formation-Style : 4-3-3 Total Football
Record :  The Eredivisie Most Points In A Single Season
Seasonal Rating : 9.39, Trophy Bonus : 2.75, Total Rating 9.52
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List of Other European Clubs Appeared In Major Treble Finalists 



List of Other Rest of the World Triple Major Champions 

African Triple Champion : Englebert (Congo, 1967), Vita Club (Zaire, 1973), MC Algiers (Algeria, 1976),
                                      Hearts of Oak (Ghana, 2000), Ah-Ahly (Egypt, 2006), Esperance (Tunisia, 2011)
CONCACAF Triple Champion : Cruz Azul (Mexico, 1969), Defence Force (Trinidad, 1985)
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The Greatest Domestic Seasonal Clubs Of All-Time


1. Ajax 1972 : 9.54
2. Barcelona 2011 : 9.53
3. Real Madrid 2011 : 9.45
4. Barcelona 2015 : 9.35
5. Barcelona 2009 : 9.25
6. Bayern 2013 : 9.25
7. Benfica 1972 : 9.11
8. Inter Milan 1965 : 9.1
9. Bayern 2016 : 9.0
10. Inter Milan 2010 : 9.0
11. Real Madrid 1958 : 8.88
12. Barcelona 2012 : 8.87
13. Ajax 1971 : 8.87
14. Inter Milan 1989 : 8.85
15. Ajax 1995 : 8.82
16. Real Madrid 2012 : 8.82
17. Real Madrid 1960 : 8.79

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The Greatest International Seasonal Clubs Of All-Time

1. Barcelona (2010 - 2011): 9-3-1 (34-9)
2. Ajax (1971 - 1972): 8-3-0 (20-4)
3. Inter Milan (1963 - 1964) : 7-2-0 (17-5)
4 Ajax (1994 - 1995) - 7-2-0 (17-4)
5. AC Milan (1988 - 1989): 6-4-0 (21-5)
6. Barcelona (2014 - 2015) : 11-0-2 (31-11)
7. Santos (1962) : 7-1-1 (35-14)

3 comments:

  1. Anonymous7/11/15

    94-95 Ajax, perhaps? Won both the Eredivisie and the European Cup without losing a match.

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    1. Ajax does not make the list as finish only quarter finalist in knvb cup. I agree to add them in the greatest international club seasonal club ever with very good record won 7 and draw 2.

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  2. In The Greatest International Seasonal place the São Paulo 1993

    Libertadores
    Supercoppa Sudamericana
    Recopa Sudamericana
    Intercontinental Cup

    Quadrupla international crown never a team won 4 international titles in a year
    Outside the friendly tournament

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