Longest winning runs in the Champions League

Bayern have become the first side to win every match in a UEFA Champions League campaign.

Bayern celebrate their 11th successive 2019/20 UEFA Champions League win
Bayern celebrate their 11th successive 2019/20 UEFA Champions League win UEFA via Getty Images

Bayern's final victory over Paris took their winning run in the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League to 11 matches, breaking the all-time record established over the course of two seasons by both Real Madrid, in 2014 and 2015, and Bayern's 2013 side.

The Bundesliga title holders also set a new record for best start to a campaign, surpassing the mark made by Barcelona in 2002/03 when the UEFA Champions League format included two group stages. Interestingly, none of the six previous clubs to have completed the group stage with a 100% record went on to win the trophy – Bayern made it seventh time lucky.

Most successive wins

11 Bayern (2019/20)
10 Real Madrid (2014–15)
10
Bayern (2013)
9 Barcelona (2014–15)
9
Barcelona (2002/03)
8 Dortmund (1996–97)

Highlights: Barcelona 2-8 Bayern
Highlights: Barcelona 2-8 Bayern

Most successive wins from start of group stage

11 Bayern (2019/20)
9 Barcelona (2002/03)
6 Real Madrid (2014/15)
6 Real Madrid (2011/12)
6 Spartak Moskva (1995/96)
6 Paris Saint-Germain (1994/95)
6 AC Milan (1992/93)

Most successive home wins

16 Bayern (2014–17)
15 Barcelona (2014–17)
12 Manchester United (2006–08)
11 Real Madrid (2013–14)
10 Juventus (1996–97)

Bayern in the midst of their record 16-game winning run at home
Bayern in the midst of their record 16-game winning run at homeBongarts/Getty Images

Most successive away wins

7 Ajax (1995–97)
7 Bayern (2013–14)
6 Barcelona (2011–2012)
6 Manchester United (2009–2010)
5 Ajax (2018–19)
5 Chelsea (2003/04)
5 Juventus (2017–18)
5 Real Madrid (2014–15)