Bayern Munich completed their second treble in seven years during the 2019/20 season.
Hansi Flick's all-conquering side won the Bundesliga, the DFB-Pokal and the Champions League in what was a truly remarkable campaign.
It now means Bayern have won 40 trophies since the year 2000, 16 more than any team from England and 18 more than Italian giants Juventus.
But amazingly, the German champions are not the outfit with the most titles to their name this century.
Bayern miss out on that accolade by just one trophy, but they're still comfortably ahead of any other side from Europe's top five leagues.
Thanks to Transfermarkt, you can view the 30 teams from across the world with the most titles won since the year 2000.
Those with the same number of accolades have been ranked by the quality of their respective leagues.
30. Buriram United (Thailand) - 21 titles
29. KF Tirana (Albania) - 21 titles
28. Rangers FC (Scotland) - 21 titles
27. CSKA Moscow (Russia) - 21 titles
26. Kashima Antlers (Japan) - 22 titles
25. Benfica (Portugal) - 22 titles
24. Juventus (Italy) - 22 titles
23. Flora Tallinn (Estonia) - 23 titles
22. Galatasaray (Turkey) - 23 titles
21. Esperance Tunis (Tunisia) - 24 titles
20. Boca Juniors (Argentina) - 24 titles
19. Manchester United (England) - 24 titles
18. Al-Hilal Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) - 25 titles
17. F91 Dudelange (Luxembourg) - 25 titles
16. Bate Borisov (Belarus) - 25 titles
15. Olympiakos (Greece) - 25 titles
14. Dynamo Kiev (Ukraine) - 25 titles
13. Pyunik Yerevan (Armeina) - 26 titles
12. Paris Saint-Germain (France) - 29 titles
11. Real Madrid (Spain) - 30 titles
10. Auckland City FC (New Zealand) - 33 titles
9. Sheriff Tiraspol (Moldova) - 33 titles
8. Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) - 33 titles
7. Celtic (Scotland) - 33 titles
6. Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine) - 33 titles
5. FC Porto (Portugal) - 33 titles
4. FC Barcelona (Spain) - 34 titles
3. Lincoln Red Imps FC (Gibraltar) - 40 titles
2. Bayern Munich (Germany) - 40 titles
1. El Ahly Cairo (Egypt) - 41 titles
Manchester United are the only team to feature from the Premier League, Chelsea and Manchester City being the most notable absentees from England.
Barcelona rank second in terms of teams from Europe's top five leagues, with Real Madrid four titles behind their domestic rival in third.
Although with Lionel Messi set to leave the Blaugrana this summer, Los Blancos stand every chance of leapfrogging their eternal enemy in the next few years.
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