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The Triple Crown is a term in European basketball that refers to a club winning their country's top tier national domestic league, primary national domestic cup, and the top tier European continental level cup competition (Euroleague) in the same season. It is the highest accomplishment that a European basketball club can achieve during a season. Only 12 European clubs have achieved the Triple Crown on 20 different occasions.

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All the Triple Crowns achieved

Year Club
1965
Spain Real Madrid
1970
Italy Ignis Varese
1973
Italy Ignis Varese
1974
Spain Real Madrid
1977
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
1981
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
1985
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona Zagreb
1987
Italy Tracer Milano
1990
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika Split
1991
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia POP 84 Split
1992
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan Belgrade
Year Club
1997
Greece Olympiacos Piraeus
2001
Italy Kinder Bologna
2001
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
2003
Spain FC Barcelona
2004
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
2005
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
2006
Russia CSKA Moscow
2007
Greece Panathinaikos Athens
2009
Greece Panathinaikos Athens

By club

Club Triple Crowns
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
5
Greece Panathinaikos Athens
2
Italy Pallacanestro Varese
2
Spain Real Madrid
2
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Split
2
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona Zagreb
1
Italy Olimpia Milano
1
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan Belgrade
1
Greece Olympiacos Piraeus
1
Italy Virtus Bologna
1
Spain FC Barcelona
1
Russia CSKA Moscow
1

By country (national league)

Country National League Triple Crowns
Israel Israel Israeli Super League
5
Italy Italy Italian Lega A
4
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia Yugoslavian YUBA Liga
(Adriatic League)
4
Greece Greece Greek ESAKE A1
3
Spain Spain Spanish Liga ACB
3
Russia Russia Russian Superleague A
1

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