The Greatest Dominant Club Teams Ever

The era best clubs ever is considered base on period of the club's consecutive glory years regardless of whether the same set of players. The longevity of consecutive successful and level of successful (Such as league's record of result, double or triple champion) through golden era of the club are combined to the rating. The criteria allows a one seasonal discontinuity of winning major trophy (league and European competition).  However, in case of the year without international club, the runner-up of the league might be permitted case by case.



14. Juventus (1979 – 1986)

Achievement: 4 Times Italian Series A (1 Runner-Up), 
1 Time European Cup (1 Runner-Up, 1 Semi-Final), 1 Time Cup Winners’ Cup,
1 Times Copa Italia, 1 Time Intercontinental Cup
1 Time Cup Winners' Cup Double Champion
League Standard :  A

Stars:  Dino Zoff, Claudio Gentile, Antonio Cabrini, Gaetano Scirea, Marco Tardelli, Michel Platini, Zbigniew Boniek, Roberto Bettega, Paolo Rossi
Manager : Giovanni Trapattoni



13. Real Madrid "Galacticos II" (1997 – 2003)
Achievement: 2 Times Spanish La Liga (1 Runner-Up), 
3 Times UEFA Champion League (2 Semi-Finalist)
2 Times Intercontinental Cup
League Standard :  A
Stars :  Roberto Carlos, Fernando Hierro, Fernando Redondo, Luis Figo, Zinedine Zidane, Raul Gonzalez
Manager : Vicente Del Bosque






12. Torino "Grande" (1945 - 1949)
Achievement: 4 Time Italian Series A Champion in row 
League Standard : B+
Stars : Mario Rigamonti, Valentino Mazzola, Romeo Menti, Guglielmo Gebetto
Manager : Luigi Ferrero







11. Benfica (1960 – 1968)


Achievement : 6 Times Portuguese League, 
3 Times Portuguese Cup
2 Times European Cup (4 Times Runner-Up) 
1 Time Portuguese Double Champion
1 Time European Double Champion
League Standard B
Stars:Germano, Mario Coluna, Jose Augusto, Eusebio
Manager :Bela Guttmann




10. Penarol (1960 – 1968)

Achievement : 7 Times Uruguayan League
3 Times Copa Libertadores Cup (2 Times Runner-Up) 
2 Times Intercontinental Cup
2 Times South American Double Champions
League Standard B-
Stars : Nestor Goncalves, Pedro Rocha, Luis Cubilla, Juan Joya, Alberto Spencer
Manager : Robert Scarone, Roque Maspoli








9. Santos (1958 - 1966)
Achievement : 6 Times State Championship
4 Times Inter-State Championship
5 Times Brasil Cup (2 Runner-Up)
2 Times Brazil Double Champions
2 Times Copa Libertadores Cup
1 Time South American Triple Champion 
Domestic Competition Standard : B+
Stars : Gilmar, Mauro Ramos, Zito, Pepe, Pele, Countino
Manager : Luis Alfonso Perez




8. Bayern Munich (1970 – 1976)
Achievement: 3 Times Bundesliga (1 Runner-Up)
1 Time DFB-Pokal
3 Time European Cup
1 Time European Double Champion
League Standard :  A
Stars : Sepp Maier, Franz Beckenbauer, Paul Breitner, Gerd Muller
Manager : Udo Lattek, Dettmar Cramer





7. Inter Milan "Catenaccio" (1962 – 1967)

Achievement : 3 Times Italian Series A (2 Runner-Up) 1 Time Coppa Italia Runner-Up
2 Time European Cup (1 Runner-Up, 1 Semi-Finalist) 
2 Time Intercontinental Cup
2 Time European Double Champions
League Standard :  A
Stars :  Tarcisio Burgnich, Giacinto Facchetti, Luis Suarez Miramontes, Mario Corso, Sandro Mazzola
Manager : Helenio Herrara




6. River Plate "La Maquina" (1941 - 1947)

Achievement : 4 Times Argentinian Primera Division (2 Runner-Up, 3 Times Copa Aldao 
League Standard : B+
Stars : Adolfo Pedernera, Felix Loustau, Jose Manuel Moreno, Angel Labruna (All four played together just two seasons)
Manager : Renato Cesarini, Jose Maria Minella






5. Ajax Amsterdam "Total Football" (1966 – 1973)

Achievement :  5 Times Eredivise Champions
4 Times KNVB Cup
3 Times Domestic Double Champions
3 Times European Cup (1 Runner-Up)
2 Times Dutch Double Champions
1 Time European Triple Champion
League Standard :  B-
Stars :  Velibor Vasovic, Ruud Krol, Johan Neeskens, Piet Keizer, Johan Cruyff
Manager : Rinus Michels, Stefan Kovacs



4. AC Milan (1988 – 1995)
Achievement :  4 Times Italian Series A (2 Runner-Up)
1 Time Coppa Italia Runner-Up
3 Times European Cup (2 Runner-Up)
2 Times Intercontinental Cup
1 Time Italian Double Champion
League Standard :  A+
Stars : Paolo Maldini, Franco Baresi, Frank Rijkaard, Ruud Gullit, Marco Van Basten
Manager : Arrigo Sacchi, Fabio Capello


3. Liverpool (1975 – 1986)

Achievement :  8 Times English League (2 Runner-Up) 2 Times FA Cup (1 Runner-Up)
1 English Double Champion
1 Time UEFA Cup
4 Times European Cup (1 Runner-Up)
2  Times European Double Champions
League Standard :  A
Stars : Rey Clemence, Alan Hansen, Graemme Souness, Kenny Dalglish, Ian Rush
Manager : Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley






2. Barcelona (2008 – 2016)
Achievement : 6 Times Spanish La Liga (2 Runner-Up) 4 Times Copa Del Rey (2 Runner-Up)
3 Times UEFA Champion League (3 Semi-Finalist)
2 Times European Triple Champion
League Standard :  A-
Stars :  Xavi Hernandez, Andreas Iniesta,  Lionel Messi, Neymar
Manager : Joseph Gurdiola, Luis Enrique




1. Real Madrid "Galacticos I" (1955 - 1965)

Achievement:7 Times Spanish La Liga (2 Runner-Up)
1 Time Copa Del Rey (3 Runner-Up)
1 Time Spanish Double Champions
5 Time European Cup (2 Runner-Up)
2 Time European Double Champions
League Standard : B+
Stars : Jose Santamaria, Raymond Kopa, Francisco Gento, Alfredo Di Stefano, Ferenc Puskas
Manager : Luis Chinaglia, Miguel Munoz

8 comments:

  1. Anonymous27/7/15

    I don't see the point of cutting barcelona at 2012, they never really stopped being dominant.

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    1. You take an important point to define the dominance. As reviewed, I think Barcelona's dominance side should be started at the 2008 - 2009 season as they won no title between the seasonal 2006 - 2008. Now I would clear in criteria the dominance must not be discontinued without trophy more than one season and if there is a discontinuity, the next two seasons must be continued. For this criteria, I'll check the period of dominance again.

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    2. Anonymous27/7/15

      Now this is better!

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  2. 15º Machester United - 95-03 : Premier League 1995-96, 1996-97, 1998-99, 1999-00, 2000-01, 2002-03
    FA Cup - 1995-96, 1998-99,
    Champions League 99
    Mundial 99

    16º Inter Milan 2006-2011

    Seria A : 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10
    Copa da Italia :2004–05, 2005–2006 2009–10,2010–11
    Champions League : 2009-10
    Mundial de Clubes : 2010

    17º Boca Juniors 98-2007

    Copa Libertadores 2000, 2001 , 2003,2007
    Copa Sul americana 2004 , 2005
    Campeonato Argentino Clausura e Apertura 98.99.2000,2003,2005,2006,2008
    Mundial 2000,2003

    18 º Bayern de Munique 2010-16

    Bundesliga 2009-10, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15 e 2015–16
    Pokai 2009-10, 2012-13, 2013-14 2015-16
    Champions League 2012-13
    Mundial 2013

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  3. Anonymous13/10/16

    Olimpique Lyonnais ligue 1 2000-08 domination, coupe de france 2007-08, coupe de la ligue 2001-02, trophees des champions 2002-07

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    1. This list is ranked by team performance. The achievement is just a supportive detail. Even Lyon won many trophies, their performance to acquire the trophy is not necessary to have been great enough.

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  4. Anonymous13/10/16

    Torino were 5 times champions in a row. Where is Mazzola Sr?

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    1. There was an interval of 2 years between the first and second trophy so the set of player are quite different. The selected team covers only 4 trophies.

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