List of unbeaten football club seasons

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This is a list of unbeaten football club seasons.

Men's football[edit]

(National top division only, minimum 18 matches in league calendar)

Africa[edit]

Season Nation Club Matches Article Notes[1]
1962–63  Tunisia Étoile Sportive du Sahel 22 Also won the Tunisian Cup (7 matches) – the country's first double.
1975–76  Egypt Al-Ahly 23
1978–79  Egypt Al-Ahly 22
1980–81  Egypt Zamalek 26 Finished in second place
1985–86  Egypt Al-Ahly 22
1991  Cameroon Canon Yaoundé 29
1991  Ivory Coast ASEC Mimosas 30
1991  Uganda KCCA 19
1998–99  Egypt Al-Ahly 26
1998  Tunisia Espérance Sportive de Tunis 28
1999–2000  Tunisia Espérance Sportive de Tunis 22
1999–2000  Swaziland Mbabane Highlanders 22
2001–02  Egypt Ismaily 26
2003–04  Ghana Accra Hearts of Oak 30
2004  Ivory Coast ASEC Mimosas 26
2003–04  Egypt Zamalek 26
2004–05  Egypt Al-Ahly 26
2005–06  Egypt Al-Ahly 26
2006  Gabon AS Mangasport 26
2006  Guinea-Bissau CF Os Balantas 22
2007  Sudan Al-Hilal Omdurman 22
2007–08  Botswana Centre Chiefs 30
2007–08  Ethiopia Saint George 24
2007–08  Libya Al-Ittihad Tripoli 30
2008–09  Burkina Faso ASFA Yennenga 26
2009  Senegal ASC Linguère 18
2009–10  Tanzania Simba 22
2010–11  Burundi Atlético Olympic 22
2012  Congo CSMD Diables Noirs 29 Lost in the play-off final (penalties)
2013  São Tomé and Príncipe Sporting Praia Cruz 18
2014–15  Gabon AS Mangasport 24
2015  Kenya Gor Mahia 30
2015–16  DR Congo TP Mazembe 32
2015–16  Somalia Mogadishu City Club 18
2016–17  Egypt Al-Ahly 34
2016–17  Liberia LISCR FC 22
2016–17  Swaziland Mbabane Swallows 22
2017  Réunion JS Saint-Pierroise 26
2017  Sudan Al-Hilal Omdurman 34
2017–18  Eswatini Mbabane Swallows 26
2018–19  Sudan Al-Merrikh 21
2018–19  Angola Clube Desportivo 1º de Agosto 30
2019  Sierra Leone East End Lions 24
2019  Liberia LPRC Oilers 22
2019–20  Congo AS Otohô 22
2021–22  Tanzania Young Africans 30

Asia[edit]

(National top division only, minimum 18 matches in league calendar)

Season Nation Club Matches Article Notes[1]
1904  Singapore Band & Drums 26
1972–73  Iran Persepolis 22
1974–75  Lebanon Nejmeh 22
1977–78  Hong Kong South China 22
1978–79  Hong Kong Seiko 22
1979–80  Syria Al-Shorta 18
1982–83  Iraq Salahaddin 22
1982–83  Saudi Arabia Al-Ettifaq 18
1983–84  Iraq Al-Jaish 24
1984–85  Kuwait Al-Kuwait 26 Did not win league title
1985  Jordan Al-Faisaly 22
1985–86  Hong Kong South China 18
1985–86  Hong Kong Happy Valley 18 Did not win league title
1987–88  Japan Yamaha Motors 22
1990–91  Lebanon Al-Ansar 26
1991–92  Lebanon Al-Ansar 20
1993  Kyrgyzstan Alga Bishkek 32
1994  Singapore Perth Kangaroos 18
1994  Uzbekistan Neftchi Fergana 30
1996  China Dalian Wanda 22
1998  Tajikistan Varzob Dushanbe 22
1998–99  Sri Lanka Jupiter 19 Did not win league title
1998–99  Syria Al-Jaish 26
2000  Jordan Al-Faisaly 18
2000  Turkmenistan Köpetdag Aşgabat 20
2001  Tajikistan Regar-TadAZ 18
2003–04  Bahrain Al-Muharraq 18
2004  Brunei DPMM FC 18
2004–05  Jordan Al-Wehdat 18
2004–05  Oman Dhofar 24
2005–06  Iraq Al-Zawraa 19
2006  Macau Lam Pak 18
2006–07  Jordan Al-Wehdat 18
2006–07  Syria Al-Karamah 26
2007  Uzbekistan Pakhtakor 30
2007–08  Pakistan WAPDA 26
2009  Uzbekistan Bunyodkor 30 Yes
2009–10  Bangladesh Mohammedan 24 Did not win league title
2009–10  Guam Quality Distributors 20 Won all 20 matches
2009–10  Lebanon Al-Ahed 22
2010  Maldives VB Sports Club 21
2010    Nepal Nepal Police Club 22
2010  Tajikistan Istiklol 32
2010–11  Saudi Arabia Al-Hilal 26 Yes Also won the Saudi Crown Prince Cup
2011  Laos MPWT FC 18
2011  Myanmar Ayeyawady United 22 Did not win league title
2011–12  Saudi Arabia Al-Shabab 26
2012  Maldives New Radiant 19 Yes
2012  Thailand Muangthong United 34
2012–13  Kuwait Al-Kuwait 21
2013  Bhutan Yeedzin 18 10 Bhutan National League games, 8 Bhutan Super League games.
2013  Maldives New Radiant 19 Yes
2013  Tajikistan Ravshan Kulob 18
2013  Thailand Buriram United 32 Also won the 2013 Thai FA Cup and 2013 Thai League Cup
2013–14  Hong Kong Kitchee 18 Yes
2013–14  Kuwait Al-Qadsia 26
2014  Tajikistan Istiklol 18 Yes
2014  Uzbekistan Pakhtakor 26
2014–15  Kuwait Al-Kuwait 26
2014–15  Saudi Arabia Al-Ahli 26 Did not win league title
2015  Tajikistan Istiklol 18 Yes
2015  Thailand Buriram United 34 Yes Also won the 2015 Thai FA Cup and 2015 Thai League Cup
2015–16  Bahrain Al-Hidd 18
2015–16  Iraq Al-Zawraa 24
2016  Bangladesh Abahani Limited Dhaka 22
2016  Macau Benfica de Macau 18
2016  Malaysia Johor D.T. 22 Yes Also won 2016 Malaysia FA Cup and 2016 Piala Sumbangsih
2017  Tajikistan Istiklol 21 Yes
2017–18  Hong Kong Kitchee 18 Yes
2017–18  Lebanon Al-Ahed 22
2017–18  Qatar Al-Duhail 22
2018  Macau Benfica de Macau 18
2018  Singapore Albirex Niigata Singapore 24 Yes
2018–19  Guam NAPA Rovers 21
2018–19  Oman Dhofar 26
2019  Myanmar Shan United 22
2019  Philippines Ceres-Negros 24 Yes Also won and went undefeated in the domestic cup, the 2019 Copa Paulino Alcantara.
2020–21  Kuwait Al-Arabi 18
2020–21  Qatar Al-Sadd 22 Yes Also won 2020 Emir of Qatar Cup and 2021 Qatar Cup
2021  Macau Chao Pak Kei 18
2021–22  Bahrain Riffa 18
2021–22  Iran Esteghlal 30 Yes
2021–22  Lebanon Al-Ahed 19
2021–22  Palestine Shabab Al-Khalil 22
2021–22  Qatar Al-Sadd 22 Yes

Europe[edit]

AC Milan
Under manager Fabio Capello, AC Milan went undefeated throughout all of their 34 matches in the league to capture the 1991–92 Serie A, and went unbeaten between 1991 and 1993, an Italian record of 58 league matches in total.[2]

Arsenal
Arsenal won the 2003–04 Premier League title, finishing undefeated under manager Arsene Wenger, and went unbeaten for a total of 49 consecutive matches in the league between 2003 and 2004.[3][4][5]

Juventus
Under manager Antonio Conte, Juventus won undefeated the 2011–12 Serie A, becoming the first team to do so in a 38–game league season in Italy.[6] Overall, in that season the team set a national record of 42 official matches unbeaten including the Italian Cup campaign, in which they reached the final. Finally, Juventus went unbeaten during 49 league matches since September 2011 to November 2012.[7][8]

Celtic
Celtic completed the domestic 2016–17 season unbeaten in 47 league and cup games, winning the Scottish Premiership, Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup for an unprecedented unbeaten domestic Treble under manager Brendan Rodgers.[9][10] Their domestic unbeaten run continued into the 2017–18 season and eventually reached 69 games, before they lost 4–0 to Hearts on 17 December 2017.[11]


(National top division only, minimum 18 matches in league calendar)

Season Nation Club Matches Article Notes[1][12][13][14][15]
1888–89  England Preston North End 22 Yes Also won 1888–89 FA Cup. Became known as The Invincibles
1897–98  Scotland Celtic 18 Yes
1898–99  Scotland Rangers 18 Yes Won all 18 matches (perfect season)
1905–06  Belgium Union SG 18
1907–08  Belgium Racing Club de Bruxelles 18
1908–09  Belgium Union SG 22
1912–13  Austria Rapid Wien 18
1912–13  Italy Pro Vercelli 21
1913–14  Hungary MTK 18 Also won 1913–14 Magyar Kupa
1917–18  Hungary MTK 22
1918–19  Netherlands Ajax 30
1922–23  Italy Genoa 28
1924–25  Republic of Ireland Shamrock Rovers 18 Also won 1924–25 FAI Cup and League of Ireland Shield
1926–27  Republic of Ireland Shamrock Rovers 18 Also won 1926–27 League of Ireland Shield and Leinster Senior Cup
1926–27  Northern Ireland Belfast Celtic 22
1928–29  Northern Ireland Belfast Celtic 26
1929–30  Spain Athletic Bilbao 18 Also won 1930 Copa del Rey
1931–32  Spain Real Madrid 18 Yes
1931–32  Hungary Ferencváros 22 Won all 22 matches (perfect season)
1933–34  Belgium Union SG 26
1934–35  Austria Rapid Wien 22
1935–36  Hungary MTK 26
1937  Albania Tirana 18
1939–40  Luxembourg Stade Dudelange 18
1939–40  Switzerland Servette 22
1942–43  Germany Dresdner SC 23 Won all 18 matches in the regional Gauliga Sachsen and 5 in the 1943 German football championship
1943–44  Bohemia and Moravia Sparta Prague 26
1948–49  Bulgaria Levski Sofia 18 Also won 1949 Bulgarian Cup
1949–50  Sweden Malmö 22
1950  Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 18 Yes
1951  Albania Dinamo Tirana 26 Also won 1951 Albanian Cup
1951  Bulgaria Spartak Sofia 22 Did not win league title
1952  Hungary Honvéd 26
1953–54  Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 22 Also won 1953–54 Israel State Cup
1954  Albania Partizani 22
1955  Albania Dinamo Tirana 30
1957–58  Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 22 Also won 1957–58 Israel State Cup
1958–59  Austria Wiener Sport-Club 26
1962–63  Luxembourg Jeunesse Esch 22
1963–64  Greece Panathinaikos 30
1963–64  Albania Partizani 22 Also won 1963–64 Albanian Cup
1966  Hungary Vasas 26
1970–71  Luxembourg Union Luxembourg 22
1972–73  Portugal Benfica 30 Yes
1976–77  Malta Floriana 18
1977–78  Portugal Benfica 30 Yes Did not win league title
1978  Iceland Valur 18
1978–79  Italy Perugia 30 Yes Did not win league title
1980–81  Northern Ireland Glentoran 22
1982–83  East Germany Berliner FC Dynamo 26
1984–85  Cyprus Omonia 26
1985–86  Turkey Galatasaray 36 Yes Did not win league title
1986–87  Romania Steaua București 34 Also won 1986–87 Cupa României
1987–88  Romania Steaua București 34 Also won 1987–88 Cupa României
1988–89  Romania Steaua București 34 Also won 1988–89 Cupa României
1991–92  Romania Dinamo București 34 Yes
1991–92  Italy AC Milan 34 Yes
1991–92  Malta Valletta F.C. 22
1991–92  Turkey Beşiktaş 30 Yes
1992–93  Macedonia Vardar 34 Yes Also won 1992–93 Macedonian Football Cup
1992–93  Estonia Norma 22
1993  Armenia Ararat Yerevan 28 Also won 1993 Armenian Cup
1993–94  Israel Maccabi Haifa 39 Yes
1994  Armenia Shirak 28
1994  Latvia Skonto 22
1994–95  Netherlands Ajax 34 Yes Also won 1994–95 UEFA Champions League (Undefeated in 11 matches)
1994–95  Macedonia Vardar 30 Yes Also won 1994–95 Macedonian Football Cup
1994–95  Estonia Flora 24 Also won 1994–95 Estonian Cup
1995  Latvia Skonto 18
1995–96  Armenia Pyunik 22 Also won 1995–96 Armenian Cup
1995–96  Macedonia Sileks 28
1995–96  Cyprus APOEL 26 Also won 1995–96 Cypriot Cup
1995–96  Poland Widzew Łódź 34
1996–97  Luxembourg Jeunesse Esch 22 Also won the 1996–97 Luxembourg Cup
1997  Latvia Skonto 24
1997–98  Andorra Principat 20 Also won the 1998 Copa Constitució
1997–98  Azerbaijan Kapaz 26 Also won the 1997–98 Azerbaijan Cup
1997–98  Wales Barry Town 38
1998–99  FR Yugoslavia Partizan 24 Yes
Obilić 24 Did not win league title
1998–99  Andorra Principat 22 Also won the 1999 Copa Constitució
1998–99  Lithuania Žalgiris Vilnius 23
2000  Estonia Levadia 28 Also won 1999–2000 Estonian Cup and Estonian Supercup
2001–02  Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk 26 Also won 2001–02 Ukrainian Cup
2003  Armenia Pyunik 28
2003  Estonia Flora 28
2003–04  England Arsenal 38 Yes Became known as The Invincibles
2004–05  Serbia and Montenegro Partizan 30 Yes
2005–06  Cyprus Apollon Limassol 26
2006–07  Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv 30 Also won 2006–07 Ukrainian Cup
2006–07  Moldova FC Sheriff 36
2007–08  Serbia Red Star Belgrade 33 Did not win league title
2007–08  Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 30 Yes
2007–08  Cyprus Anorthosis Famagusta 32
2009–10  Czech Republic Sparta Prague 30
2009–10  Serbia Partizan 30 Yes
2009–10  Andorra FC Santa Coloma 20
2009–10  Gibraltar Lincoln Red Imps 18 Also won 2009–10 Rock Cup
2010  Norway Rosenborg 30
2010–11  Portugal Porto 30 Yes Also won 2010 Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira, 2010–11 UEFA Europa League, and 2010–11 Taça de Portugal
2010–11  Gibraltar Lincoln Red Imps 20 Also won 2010–11 Rock Cup
2010–11  Malta Valletta 28
2011–12  Italy Juventus 38 Yes
2011–12  Hungary Debrecen 30 Also won 2011–12 Magyar Kupa
2011–12  Gibraltar Lincoln Red Imps 20
2012–13  Portugal Porto 30 Yes
2014  Iceland Stjarnan 22
2014–15  Croatia Dinamo Zagreb 36 Also won 2014–15 Croatian Cup
2014–15  Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv 26 Yes Also won 2014–15 Ukrainian Cup
2016–17  Scotland Celtic 38 Yes Also won 2016–17 Scottish Cup and 2016–17 Scottish League Cup
2018  Estonia Nõmme Kalju 36
2018–19  Greece PAOK 30 Yes Also won 2018–19 Greek Cup
2020  Republic of Ireland Shamrock Rovers 18
2020–21  Scotland Rangers 38 Yes
2020–21  Serbia Red Star Belgrade 38 Yes Also won 2020–21 Serbian Cup
2020–21  Czech Republic Slavia Prague 34 Yes Also won 2020–21 Czech Cup
2021–22  Gibraltar Lincoln Red Imps 20 Also won 2021–22 Rock Cup
2022  Faroe Islands KÍ Klaksvík 27
2022–23  Serbia Red Star Belgrade 37 Yes Also won 2022–23 Serbian Cup

South America[edit]

Season Nation Club Matches Article Notes
1907  Argentina Alumni 20
1915  Argentina Racing 24
1917  Uruguay Nacional 18
1918  Argentina Racing 19
1925  Argentina Racing 24
1926  Argentina Independiente 25
1949  Uruguay Peñarol 18
1954  Uruguay Peñarol 18
1964  Uruguay Peñarol 18
1967  Uruguay Peñarol 18
1968  Uruguay Peñarol 18
1975  Uruguay Peñarol 22
1977  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 21 Did not win league title
1978  Uruguay Peñarol 22
1979  Brazil Internacional 23
1993  Paraguay Olimpia 22
1999  Paraguay Olimpia 16
2013 Cl.  Paraguay Cerro Porteño 22
2019 Ap.  Paraguay Olimpia 22

North America, Central America and Caribbean[edit]

Season Nation Club Matches Article Notes
1925  Costa Rica La Libertad 8
1927  Costa Rica Herediano 8
1929  Costa Rica La Libertad 6
1941  Costa Rica Alajuelense 6
1944  Costa Rica Orión 10
1952  Costa Rica Saprissa 9
1961  Costa Rica El Carmen 4
1969–70  Honduras Olimpia 27
1987  Cuba Sports Club Villa 22
2003  El Salvador C.D. Fas 18
2013–14  Antigua and Barbuda SAP 18
2015  Curaçao Centro Dominguito 27
2017  Cuba Santiago de Cuba 22

Oceania[edit]

(National top division only, minimum 18 matches in league calendar)

Season Nation Club Matches Article Notes
1994  New Zealand Napier City Rovers 22
2014  New Caledonia L'Association Sportive Magenta 22
2015–16  French Polynesia Association Sportive Tefana Football 23
2016  Vanuatu Erakor Golden Star Football Club 19
2019  Tonga Veitongo Football Club 21

Women's football[edit]

(National top division only, minimum 8 matches in league calendar)

Season Nation Club Matches Article Notes
1991  Japan Nippon TV Beleza 18
1992  Japan Nippon TV Beleza 18
1994–95  England Arsenal 18
1995  Japan Iga FC Kunoichi Mie 18
1995–96  England Croydon 18
1998  Norway Asker 18 Won all 18 matches (perfect season)
1998–99  England Croydon 18
2000  Argentina Boca Juniors 28 Yes
2000–01  England Arsenal 18
2001  Norway Trondheims-Ørn 22 Also won the 2001 Norwegian Women's Cup
2002 Ap.  Argentina River Plate 13 Yes
2002–03  England Fulham 18
2004–05  England Arsenal 18
2005  Japan Nippon TV Tokyo Verdy Beleza 21
2005  Sweden Umeå IK 22
2005–06  England Arsenal 18
2006  Sweden Umeå IK 22
2006–07  England Arsenal 22
2007–08  England Arsenal 22
2010  Norway Stabæk 22
2010–11  Greece PAOK 24 Won all 24 matches (perfect season)
2011  Japan INAC Kobe Leonessa 18
2012  Japan INAC Kobe Leonessa 18
2014–15  France Lyon 22 Won all 18 matches (perfect season)
2014–15  Germany FC Bayern Munich 22
2014–15  Greece PAOK 18 Also won the 2014–15 Greek Cup
2014–15  Turkey Konak Belediyespor 19
2015–16  Bulgaria NSA Sofia 18
2015–16  France Lyon 22
2015–16  Greece PAOK 18 Also won the 2015–16 Greek Cup
2016  Argentina UAI Urquiza 18
2016  Faroe Islands KÍ Klaksvík 20
2016  Norway LSK Kvinner 22
2016  Sweden Linköpings FC 22
2016–17  Spain Atlético Madrid 30
2017–18  Bulgaria NSA Sofia 20 Won all 20 matches (perfect season)
2017–18  England Chelsea 18
2017–18  France Lyon 22
2017–18  Turkey Ataşehir Belediyespor 18
2017–18  Ukraine Zhytlobud-1 Kharkiv 18
2018–19  Bulgaria NSA Sofia 18 Won all 18 matches (perfect season)
2018–19  France Lyon 22
2018–19  Greece PAOK 20 Won all 20 matches (perfect season)
2018–19  Ukraine Zhytlobud-1 Kharkiv 18 Won all 18 matches (perfect season)
2019  Iceland Valur 18
2019  Iceland Breiðablik 18 Did not win league title
2019  South Korea Incheon Hyundai Steel Red Angels 28
2019  Uruguay Peñarol 18 Yes
2019–20  England Chelsea 15
2019–20  Germany VfL Wolfsburg 22 Also won the 2019–20 DFB-Pokal
2019–20  Spain FC Barcelona 21 Season curtailed due to COVID-19 pandemic. Barcelona declared champions by RFEF.
2019–20  India Gokulam Kerala WFC 8 Won all 8 matches (perfect season)
2020  Faroe Islands KÍ Klaksvík 20
2020  Lithuania Gintra Universitetas 20 Won all 20 matches (perfect season)
2020  Norway Rosenborg BK 18 Did not win league title
2020–21  Albania Vllaznia 22 Won all 22 matches (perfect season)
2020–21  Bulgaria NSA Sofia 26 Won all 26 matches (perfect season)
2020–21  Croatia Osijek 20
2020–21  Croatia Split 20 Did not win league title, but won the 2020–21 Croatian Women's Football Cup
2020–21  France Paris Saint-Germain 22
2020–21  Italy Juventus 22 Yes Won all 22 matches (perfect season) and also won the 2020 Supercoppa Italiana
2020–21  Romania U Olimpia Cluj 21
2020–21  Ukraine Zhytlobud-1 Kharkiv 19
2021  Norway Sandviken 18
2021–22  Scotland Rangers 27
2021–22  India Gokulam Kerala W.F.C 11 Won all 11 matches (perfect season)
2021–22  Spain FC Barcelona 30 Yes Won all 30 matches (perfect season) and also won the 2021–22 Copa de la Reina and 2021–22 Supercopa de España. They lost their streak in the 2022 UEFA Women's Champions League Final.
2022–23  India Gokulam Kerala W.F.C 10 Unbeaten run since 2019–20 season

See also[edit]

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