Ever since the beautiful game of football began, a lot of football teams have won prestigious titles, played scintillating football, and broken records. However, there is a special recognition for football teams that have gone a whole season unbeaten in their league to lift the title.
Many football teams around the world have gone on to win their leagues without losing a match throughout the football season.
AC Milan – 1991/92
Former England coach Fabio Capello led AC Milan to an unbeaten League season. Milan went undefeated after playing a total of 34 matches in the league to capture the Serie A title. The Italian powerhouse went on to go unbeaten from 1991 to 1993, an Italian record of 58 league matches without a loss.
Juventus – 2011/12
Juventus lifted the 2011/12 Serie A league title without suffering any loss. It was under manager Antonio Conte that they had gone undefeated in that Serie A campaign. That Juventus team comprised of top players like Andrea Pirlo, Mirko Vučinić, and Gianluigi Buffon.
The Bianconeri went for a total of 49 consecutive matches in the league between 2011 and 2013.
Arsenal – 2003/2004
The famous Arsenal Invincibles team under Arsene Wenger had a memorable league season in 2004. Arsenal ended the Premier League season without a single loss, thereby becoming the first team ever to do so in a 38-game league season.
In that season, they also had a nine-match winning streak and scored 73 goals. Then, the Gunners had a formidable squad that comprised of Thierry Henry, Robert Pires, and Patrick Vieira.
However, in this article will be looking at the top European football teams that went unbeaten throughout their league and won the league title.
FC Porto – 2012/2013
The Portuguese Giants won the 2012/2013 Primeira Liga under manager Vítor Pereira without recording a single loss.
Porto became the second team in Portuguese league history to have won two titles without any defeat, after doing it in the 2010–11 and 2012–13 seasons.
Then, the Dragões comprised of a talented team of players such as James Rodríguez, Helton, Jackson Martinez, Nicolás Otamendi and João Moutinho.