MADRID, SPAIN - MAY 13:  Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid CF holds up the La Liga trophy as he celebrates winning the La Liga title with team-mates after the La Liga match between Real Madrid CF and RCD Mallorca at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on May 13, 2012 in Madrid, Spain.  (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)

Sights Locked: 5 Non-Man City European Teams Who Reached 100 Points or More in a Season

With Manchester City sealing the Premier League title in joint record time after 33 games, they now have the opportunity to amass a record points tally in the Premier League and potentially break the 100-point mark for the season.


While this would be the first time it's happened in the Premier League, reaching the milestone has happened on a handful of occasions across several of Europe's top leagues during a 38-game season.

5. Real Madrid - 100 Points (2011/12)

Jose Mourinho led Real Madrid to their first La Liga title in four years in 2011/2012 and, in doing so, Madrid became the first Spanish side to rack up 100 points in a single top-flight season. 


Cristiano Ronaldo was instrumental in their success, contributing 46 league goals as Los Blancos finished nine points clear of Barcelona

4. Barcelona - 100 Points (2012/13)

Not to be outdone by their arch-rivals, just a year after Real Madrid became the first Spanish side to hit the 100-point mark, Tito Vilanova's men achieved the same feat, dropping only two points in the first round of fixtures. 


Lionel Messi matched Ronaldo and scored 46 league goals and incredibly, managed to score at least one goal against each team in the league - the first time that had ever happened in La Liga.

3. Juventus - 102 Points (2013/14)

Juventus, under the leadership of then-manager Antonio Conte, became the first Italian side to win Serie A with more than a century of points. The final day victory over Cagliari saw them reach 102 points for the season. The Bianconeri won all 19 of their home games that season and conceded just 23 goals in 38 matches.


The league title was Juventus' 30th and their third consecutive Serie A title after the match-fixing scandal that saw them relegated to Serie B in 2006.

2. Barry Town - 104 Points (1997/98)

Barry Town dominated the Welsh League in the mid-to-late nineties and managed to break the 100-point mark twice in a row. 


After reaching 105 points in the 40-game season in 96/97, they then went undefeated in the new 38-game season, finishing with 104 points as they won the second of their four consecutive titles. The team finished with a goal difference of +103, and at one point went over 1000 minutes without conceding a goal. 

1. Celtic - 106 Points (2016/17)

Celtic's dominance of the Scottish League has seen them exceed a century of points twice in the last 16 years. After they reached 103 points in the 2001-02 season, the Bhoy's reached unprecedented heights as they finished with 106 point during last seasons title-winning campaign.


The Scottish champions were undefeated for the entire season, dropping just eight points as they clinched their 48th league title, before going on to remain unbeaten for a British-record of 69 domestic games.