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Football Clubs With The Most Consecutive Title Wins Across Europe's Top Six Leagues.

It takes consistency and a lot of hard work for a club to be able to win a league title multiple times in a row.

This feat does not come easy, as there could be many factors that could work against them but there are a couple of football clubs who, despite all the odds, have been able to achieve this feat in some of the most competitive leagues across Europe.

1. Manchester United

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The Red Devils are the only club to have won the Premier League three times in a row since its inception in 1992.

The Manchester club have done the treble twice - first from 1999 to 2001 and another from 2006 to 2009 - all under Scottish manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

2. Lyon 

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Lyon holds the record for the most consecutive wins in the French Ligue 1 since its inception in 1932, having won it seven consecutive times.

The French club achieved this feat from 2002 to 2008.

3. Bayern Munich

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In addition to the Bavarians winning the German League title more times than any other club in the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich have won the title nine consecutive times in a row.

The German giants have been crowned Bundesliga Champions since 2012, with no other club able to snatch the title from them.

4. Juventus 

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Not until last season, when Antonio Conte's men dethroned the Old Ladies of Turin, the club have been crowned champions of Italy a record nine times from 2011 to 2020.

5. Porto

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The Portuguese side in 1999 set a record of winning the Portuguese title five times in a row, a feat no other club in the Primeira Liga have been able to equal till date.

6. Real Madrid

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Real Madrid holds the record for the most consecutive title wins in the Spanish La Liga, having won it a record five times in a row.

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