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Treble in one season means winning the three main titles of the season:

  1. European Championship league
  2. League championship
  3. National cup title

How many teams in the history of football won treble?

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Usual LFC lies, NEVERWON THE TREBLE EVER. In 84 you were knocked out the fa cup in round 4, only one England team ever done THE TRBLE, THATS MUFC. and I'm a Tranmere fan. –  user2094 Dec 30 '13 at 20:33
    
Everton did the treble in 1985! –  Connah Piggott Sep 1 at 2:58

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The following teams won a treble:

  1. Celtic - 1967
  2. Ajax Amsterdam - 1972
  3. Eindhoven - 1988
  4. Manchester United - 1999
  5. Barcelona - 2009
  6. Inter Milano - 2010
  7. Bayern Munich - 2013
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bayern did it :) –  Dirty-flow Jun 1 '13 at 20:12
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I'll add link to a Wikipedia article relevant for this: Treble (association football). –  Martin Jun 2 '13 at 11:31
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mark it as the correct answer, please. –  logoff Nov 6 '13 at 10:16

If instead of "European Championship" you mean the continental championship of the continent where the team is located (since it is not possible for any team outside of Europe to win the European championship) then the answer is:

Santos (Brazil) - 1962
Celtic (Scotland) - 1967
Englebert (DR Congo) - 1967
Cruz Azul (Mexico) - 1969
Ajax Amsterdam (Netherlands) - 1972
Vita Club (Zaire) - 1973
MC Algiers (Algeria) - 1976
Liverpool (England) - 1984
Defence Force (Trinidad & Tobago) - 1985
PSV Eindhoven (Netherlands) - 1988
Manchester United (England) - 1999
Hearts of Oak (Ghana) - 2000
Al-Ahly (Egypt) - 2006
Auckland City (New Zealand) - 2006
Waitakere United (New Zealand) - 2008
Barcelona (Spain) - 2009
Internazionale (Italy) - 2010
Esperance (Tunisia) - 2011
Bayern Munich (Germany) - 2013

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