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Has any team ever won the quadruple? Who's won the treble?

There have been nine trebles of league, cup and European Cup over the years, but only one team has ever managed a quadruple – could Liverpool become the second?

Celtic captain Billy McNeill leads out the Lisbon Lions ahead of the 1967 European Cup final
Celtic captain Billy McNeill leads out the Lisbon Lions ahead of the 1967 European Cup final Popperfoto via Getty Images

Liverpool may be keen to dismiss all mention of it but (whisper it) the quadruple is still on.

The Reds already have two trophies this season having lifted the League Cup on 27 February and the FA Cup on 14 May, defeating Chelsea on penalties on both occasions. Their battle with Manchester City for the Premier League title, meanwhile, will go to the final day on 22 May, six days before the UEFA Champions League final.

Manchester United are the only English team to date to win the treble of European Cup, domestic league and domestic cup, in 1998/99. The closest Liverpool have come was in 1976/77, when they won the league and their first European Cup either side of losing the FA Cup final 2-1 to – you guessed it – Manchester United. United fell short of a quadruple, though, exiting the League Cup at the quarter-final stage.

1967 final highlights: Celtic's Lisbon Lions
1967 final highlights: Celtic's Lisbon Lions

Celtic's Lisbon Lions – in 1966/67 – are the only team to date to have lifted a quadruple of European Cup, domestic league, domestic cup and domestic league cup in the same season. League Cups are played in a minority of countries, including England, Portugal and France, although the latter competition has not taken place since 2019/20.

Which teams have won the treble?

1966/67: Celtic*
1971/72: Ajax
1987/88: PSV Eindhoven
1998/99: Manchester United
2008/09: Barcelona
2009/10: Inter
2012/13: Bayern München
2014/15: Barcelona
2019/20: Bayern München

* Also won Scottish League Cup