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Longest winning streak: Saudi Arabian club sets unique record

ByИван Дунаев

Mar 13, 2024

 The longest winning streak series: the Saudi club has set a unique record

"Al-Hilal” entered the history of world football.

Saudi Al-Hilal set a new world record for the number of victories in a row.

On March 12, the club from Saudi Arabia beat Al Ittihad (2:0) in the return match of the 1/4 finals of the Asian Champions League and reached the semi-finals of the tournament (4:0 on aggregate).

In addition to winning a ticket to the next stage, Al-Hilal managed to extend its winning streak in all tournaments to 28 matches. The last time the club did not win was back in September last year.

Thus, Al-Hilal broke the record of the New Saints club from Wales, which managed to win 27 matches in a row in 2016-2017.

Note that the record previously belonged to the Dutch “Ajax”, which in 1971-1972 had a streak of 26 winning matches in a row.

The longest winning streaks in the history of football


1. Al-Hilal (Saudi Arabia): 28 wins (2023-2024)

2. New Saints (Wales): 27 (2016-2017)

3. Ajax (Netherlands): 26 (1971-1972)

4. Ajax (Netherlands): 25 (1955)

5. Coritiba (Brazil): 24 (2011)

6. Bayern (Germany): 23 (2020)

7. Real Madrid (Spain): 22 (2014)

8. Manchester City (England): 21 (2020-2021)

9. Rangers (Scotland): 20 (2013)

In the semi-finals of the Asian Champions League, Al-Hilal will play against Al-Ain from the United Arab Emirates, who were knocked out in the quarter-finals in dramatic from the tournament, Saudi “Al-Nasr” of Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo.

In the Saudi Arabian championship, Jorge Jesus' team is confidently in the lead, ahead of “Al-Nasr” by 12 points.


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