As winter leagues across Europe start to take form at this stage of the season, it becomes easier to tell who will be in the shake up for a league title, playoff, relegation battle, etc. When it comes to winning the league many household names sit top the table in the big European leagues after 12 to 13 rounds of football; Liverpool, Juventus, Barcelona and PSG lead their respective leagues. Surprisingly, Bayern are slightly off the pace in the Bundesliga.
Of course, there’s a lot more to European football than the Big 5 competitions. The tables below consider club dominance over the last ten seasons for 54 UEFA members. The tables are ordered firstly by how many clubs have won the domestic championship over the last ten seasons from 2009/2010-2018/2019 (from 2009-2018 for summer scheduled seasons). Secondly, it is ordered by ‘streak’, which measures for how many years of the ten seasons did a club retain the title. (The first table lists leagues with just 1-3 winners over the past 10 years, while the second lists leagues with 4 or more champions).
The Belarus league is on one end of the balance spectrum, where BATE Borisov have won the last 10 titles. At the opposite end is the Kosovan league, which became a member of UEFA recently. Eight clubs have won this league. Only Prishtina and Feronikeli have retained it.