Picture : Fenerbahce entered in History !
All-time club longest winning series
Between 7 June and 29 October this year, Fenerbahçe managed to win 21 matches in a row in all official top-level competitions, domestic and international.
This series included 11 Turkish League games, 9 Conference League games (6 in the qualifying stage and 3 in the group stage) and 1 National Cup match. The home defeat from Trabzonspor (2-3) on 4 November put an end to it.
Only 6 clubs in the XXI century have achieved winning streaks of no less duration; the latest of them Manchester City in 2020-21 (also 21 games).
In the history of football overall there are 14 such series. They are ranked below according to the length of a streak. A tie-breaker: more international games within the series in consideration.
The World record belongs to The New Saints (Wales); it was established in 2016-17 and consists of 27 consecutive games: 21 in the Welsh league, 1 in Welsh Cup, 3 in Welsh League Cup and 2 in Scottish Challenge Cup.
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NL = National League (top divisions)
RL = Regional League (top divisions)
NC = National Cup
LC = League Cup
OC = other (relevant) national Cups (Scottish Challenge Cup for The New Saints, Copa Competencia for Nacional, National Super Cup for others)
CL = Champions’ League (including Champions’ Cup era)
CO = Conference League
SC = UEFA Super Cup
WC = Club World Cup