Football / European Cup (Champions League)

List of Winners European Cup Stats by Team Stats by Country Titles Players Titles Coaches

Traditionally called the European Cup, it was contested by the champions of all UEFA countries. In 1992/93 the knock-out-format was replaced by a league structure during some stage of the competition (which changed its name to the current Champions' League), in order to guarantee the "big teams" more matches and the UEFA more (TV) money. In 1994/95 only the supposedly "best" 24 champions of the member countries were allowed to enter, the other champions were relegated to the UEFA Cup. In 1997/98, all champions as well as the runners-up of the 8 "best" countries could participate. Since 1999/00 the top countries can have up to four representatives and the number of teams increased again to 32 (all which caused the "death" of the Cup Winners´ Cup).

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Edition Year Winner Score Runner-up
LXI 2016 Real Madrid 1-1** Atlético de Madrid
Keylor Navas, Daniel Carvajal (Danilo Luiz da Silva), Képler Laveram “Pepe”, Sergio Ramos, Marcelo Vieira, Carlos Casemiro, Toni Kroos (Isco Alarcón), Luka Modric, Gareth Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos, Karim Benzema (Lucas Vázquez). (Coach: Zinédine Zidane)
LX 2015 FC Barcelona 3-1 Juventus
Marc-André Ter Stegen, Gerard Piqué, Javier Mascherano, Jordi Alba, Daniel Alves, Ivan Rakitic (Jérémy Mathieu), Sergio Busquets, Andrés Iniesta (Xavi Hernández), Luis Suárez (Pedro Rodríguez), Lionel Messi, Neymar da Silva. (Coach: Luis Enrique Martínez)
LIX 2014 Real Madrid 4-1* Atlético de Madrid
Íker Casillas, Daniel Carvajal, Raphaël Varane, Sergio Ramos, Fábio Coentrao (Marcelo Vieira), Sami Khedira (Isco Alarcó), Ángel di María, Luka Modric, Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema (Álvaro Morata), Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos. (Coach: Carlo Ancelotti)
LVIII 2013 FC Bayern München 2-1 Borusia Dortmund
Manuel Neuer, Dante Bonfim, Franck Ribéry (Luiz Gustavo Dias), Javi Martínez, Mario Mandzukic (Mario Gómez), Arjen Robben, Jérôme Boateng, Philipp Lahm, Thomas Müller, David Alaba, Bastian Schweingsteiger. (Coach: Jupp Heynckes)
LVII 2012 Chelsea 1-1** FC Bayern München
Petr Cech, Ashley Cole, David Luiz, Frank Lampard, Juan Mata, Didier Drogba, John Obi Mikel, José Bosingwa, Salomon Kalou (Fernando Torres), Gary Cahill, Ryan Bertrand (Florent Malouda). (Coach: Roberto di Matteo)
LVI 2011 FC Barcelona 3-1 Manchester United
Víctor Valdés, Dani Alves (Carles Puyol), Javier Mascherano, Gerard Piqué, Éric Abidal, Xavi Hernández, Sergio Busquets, Andrés Iniesta, Pedro Rodríguez (Ibrahim Afellay), Lionel Messi, David Villa (Seydou Keita). (Coach: Josep Guardiola)
LV 2010 Inter Milan 2-0 FC Bayern München
Júlio César Soares; Douglas Maicon, Lúcio Ferreira, Walter Samuel, Cristian Chivu (Dejan Stankovic); Javier Zanetti, Esteban Cambiasso, Wesley Sneijder, Samuel Eto'o, Diego Milito (Marco Materazzi) y Goran Pandev (Sulley Muntari). (Coach: José Mourinho)
LIV 2009 FC Barcelona 2-0 Manchester United
Víctor Valdés, Carles Puyol, Yaya Touré, Gerard Piqué, Sylvinho Mendes, Sergi Busquets, Xavi Hernández, Andrés Iniesta ("Pedrito" Rodríguez), Lionel Messi, Thierry Henry (Seydou Keita), Samuel Eto'o. (Coach: Josep Guardiola)
LIII 2008 Manchester United 1-1** Chelsea
Edwin van der Sar, Patrice Evra, Nemanja Vidic, Rio Ferdinand, Wes Brown (Anderson Oliveira), Ji-Sung Park, Michael Carrick, Paul Scholes (Ryan Giggs), Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos, Carlos Tévez, Wayne Rooney (Carlos Almeida "Nani"). (Coach: Alex Ferguson)
LII 2007 AC Milan 2-1 Liverpool
Dida de Jesús, Massimo Oddo, Alessandro Nesta, Paolo Maldini, Marek Jankulowski (Kakha Kaladze), Gennaro Gattuso, Massimo Ambrosini, Andrea Pirlo, Clarence Seedorf (Giuseppe Favalli), Kaká dos Santos, Filippo Inzaghi (Alberto Gilardino). (Coach: Carlo Ancelotti)
LI 2006 FC Barcelona 2-1 Arsenal
Víctor Valdés, Oleguer Presas (Juliano Belletti), Carles Puyol, Rafael Márquez, Giovanni van Bronckhorst, José Edmilson (Andrés Iniesta), Anderson de Souza "Deco", Mark van Bommel (Henrik Larsson), Ludovic Giuly, Ronaldinho de Assis, Samuel Eto´o. (Coach: Frank Rijkaard)
L 2005 Liverpool 3-3** AC Milan
Jerzy Dudek, Steve Finnan (Dietmar Hamann), Sami Hyypiä, Jamie Carragher, Djimi Traoré, Harry Kewell (Vladimir Smicer), Xabi Alonso, Steven Gerrard, John Arne Riise, Luis García, Milan Baros (Djibril Cissé). (Coach: Rafa Benítez)
XLIX 2004 FC Porto 3-0 Monaco
Vitor Baia; Paulo Ferreira, Jorge Costa, Ricardo Carvalho, Nuno Valente; Pedro Mendes, José Costinha, Maniche Oliveira; Anderson de Souza "Deco" (Pedro Emanuel); Carlos Alberto (Dmitri Alenitchev), Derlei Fernandes (Benny McCarthy). (Coach: José Mourinho)
XLVIII 2003 AC Milan 0-0** Juventus
Dida de Jesús; Alessandro Costacurta (José Roque Junior), Alessandro Nesta, Paolo Maldini, Kakha Kaladze, Gennaro Gattuso, Andrea Pirlo (Claudio Santos Serginho), Clarence Seedorf; Manuel Rui Costa (Massimo Ambrosini), Andrei Shevchenko, Filippo Inzaghi. (Coach: Carlo Ancelotti)
XLVII 2002 Real Madrid CF 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen
César Sánchez (Íker Casillas), Míchel Salgado, Fernando Hierro, Iván Helguera, Roberto Carlos da Silva, Claude Makelele (Flavio Conceiçao), Santiago Solari, Luis Figo (Steve McManaman), Zinédine Zidane, Raúl González, Fernando Morientes. (Coach: Vicente del Bosque)
XLVI 2001 FC Bayern München 1-1** Valencia
Oliver Kahn, Willy Sagnol (Carsten Jancker), Thomas Linke, Patrik Andersson, Samuel Kuffour, Bixente Lizarazu, Stefan Effenberg, Owen Hargreaves, Hasan Salihamidzic, Mehmet Scholl (Paulo Sergio), Giovane Elber, (Alexander Zickler). (Coach: Ottmar Hitzfeld)
XLV 2000 Real Madrid CF 3 - 0 Valencia
Íker Casillas, Michel Salgado (Fernando Hierro), Roberto Carlos da Silva, Aitor Karanka, Steve McManaman, Iván Campo, Fernando Redondo, Iván Helguera, Raúl González, Nicolas Anelka (Manolo Sanchís), Fernando Morientes (Savio Bortolini). (Coach: Vicente del Bosque)
XLIV 1999 Manchester United 2 - 1 Bayern München
Peter Schmeichel, Gary Neville, Ronny Johnsen, Jaap Stam, Denis Irwin, Ryan Giggs, David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Jesper Blomqvist (Teddy Sheringham), Andy Cole (Ole Solskjaer), Dwight Yorke. (Coach: Alex Ferguson)
XLIII 1998 Real Madrid CF 1 - 0 Juventus
Bodo Illgner, Fernando Hierro, Manolo Sanchis, Christian Panucci, Roberto Carlos da Silva, Raúl González (José Emilio Amavisca), Christian Karembeu, Clarence Seedorf, Fernando Redondo, Pedja Mijatovic (Davor Suker), Fernando Morientes (Jaime Sánchez). (Coach: Jupp Heynckes)
XLII 1997 Borusia Dortmund 3 - 1 Juventus
Stefan Klos, Jürgen Kohler, Matthias Sammer, Martin Kree, Stefan Reuter, Paul Lambert, Paulo Sousa, Jürg Heinrich, Andreas Möller (Michael Zorc), Karl Heinz Riedle (Heiko Herrlich), Stéphane Chapuisat (Lars Ricken). (Coach: Ottmar Hitzfeld)
XLI 1996 Juventus 1 - 1** Ajax Amsterdam
Angelo Peruzzi, Ciro Ferrara, Moreno Torricelli, Pietro Vierchowod, Gianluca Pessotto, Antonio Conte (Vladimir Jugovic), Paulo Sousa (Angelo di Livio), Didier Deschamps, Alessandro del Piero, Gianluca Vialli, Fabrizio Ravanelli (Michele Padovano). (Coach: Marcelo Lippi)
XL 1995 Ajax Amsterdam 1 - 0 AC Milan
Edwin van der Sar, Michael Reiziger, Danny Blind, Frank Rijkaard, Frank de Boer, Clarence Seedorf (Nwankwo Kanu), Jari Litmanen (Patrick Kluivert), Edgar Davids, Finidi George, Ronald de Boer, Marc Overmars. (Coach: Louis van Gaal)
XXXIX 1994 AC Milan 4 - 0 FC Barcelona
Sebastiano Rossi, Mauro Tassotti, Christian Panucci, Demetrio Albertini, Filippo Galli, Paolo Maldini (Stefano Nava), Roberto Donadoni, Marcel Desailly, Zvonimir Boban, Dejan Savicevic, Daniele Massaro. (Coach: Fabio Capello)
XXXVIII 1993 Olympique Marseille 1 - 0 AC Milan
Fabien Barthez, Jocelyn Angloma (Jean Durand), Eric di Meco, Basile Boli, Franc Sauzee, Marcel Desailly, Jean-Jacques Eydelie, Alen Boksic, Rudi Völler (Thomas), Abedi Pelé, Didier Deschamps. (Coach: Raymond Goethals)

EUROPEAN CUP

XXXVII 1992 FC Barcelona 1 - 0* Sampdoria Génova
Andoni Zubizarreta, Eusebio Sacristán, Albert Ferrer, Ronald Koeman, Nando Muñoz, Juan Carlos Rodríguez, José Mari Bakero, Pep Guardiola (José Ramó Alexanco), Michael Laudrup, Julio Salinas (Andoni Goicoechea), Hristo Stoichkov. (Coach: Johan Cruyff)
XXXVI 1991 Estrella Roja Belgrado 0 - 0** Olympique Marseille
Stojanovic, Miodrag Belodedici, Najdoski, Refik Sabanadzovic, Vladimir Jugovic, Slobodan Marovic, Sinisa Mihaijlovic, Binic, Dejan Savicevic (Stosic), Robert Prosinecki, Darko Pancev. (Coach: Petrovic)
XXXV 1990 AC Milan 1 - 0 Benfica
Giovanni Galli, Mauro Tassotti, Alessandro Costacurta, Franco Baresi, Paolo Maldini, Angelo Colombo (Filippo Galli), Frank Rijkaard, Carlo Ancelotti (Daniele Massaro), Alberigo Evani, Ruud Gullit, Marco van Basten. (Coach: Arrigo Sacchi)
XXXIV 1989 AC Milan 4 - 0 Steaua Bucarest
Giovanni Galli, Franco Baresi, Mauro Tassotti, Alessandro Costacurta (Filippo Galli), Paolo Maldini, Angelo Colombo, Frank Rijkaard, Carlo Ancelotti, Roberto Donadoni, Marco van Basten, Ruud Gullit (Antonio Virdis).
XXXIII 1988 PSV Eindhoven 0 - 0** Benfica
Hans van Breukelen, Ronald Koeman, Eric Gerets, Ivan Nielsen, Jan Heintze, Berry van Aerle, Sören Lerby, Gerald Vanenburg, Edward Linskens, Hans Gillhaus (Anton Jansson), Wim Kieft. (Coach: Guus Hiddink)
XXXII 1987 Oporto 2 - 1 FC Bayern München
João Pinto, Eduardo Luis, Augusto Inacio (Antonio Frasco), Celso, Rabah Madjer, Jaime Magalhães, Antonio Sousa, Antonio Ferreira André, Quim (Juary), Paolo Futre. (Coach: Artur Jorge)
XXXI 1986 Steaua Bucarest 0 - 0** FC Barcelona
Helmuth Duckadan, Stefan Iovan, Miodrag Belodedici, Adrian Bumbescu, Andrei Barbulesco, Lucian Balan (Anghel Iordanescu), Mihai Majearu, Ladislau Bölöni, Gavrila Balint, Marius Lacatus, Victor Piturca (Marin Radu). (Coach: Jenei)
XXX 1985 Juventus 1 - 0 Liverpool
Stefano Tacconi, Luciano Favero, Gaetano Scirea, Sergio Brio, Antonio Cabrini, Massimo Bonini, Michel Platini, Marco Tardelli, Zbigniew Boniek, Paolo Rossi (Beniamino Vignola), Massimo Briaschi (Claudio Prandelli). (Coach: Giovanni Trapattoni)
XXIX 1984 Liverpool 1 - 1** Roma
Bruce Grobbelar, Alan Hansen, Phil Neal, Mark Lawrenson, Alan Kennedy, Ronnie Whelan, Craig Johnston (Steve Nicol), Sammy Lee, Graeme Souness, Kenny Dalglish (Michael Robinson), Ian Rush. (Coach: Joe Fagan)
XXVIII 1983 Hamburgo 1 - 0 Juventus
Ulrich Stein, Holger Hieronymus, Manfred Kaltz, Dittmar Jakobs, Bern Wehmeyer, Wolfgang Rolff, Jürgen Groh, Felix Magath, Jürgen Milewski, Horst Hrubesch, Lars Bastrup (Thomas von Heesen). (Coach: Ernst Happel)
XXVII 1982 Aston Villa 1 - 0 FC Bayern München
Jimmy Rimmer (Nigel Spink), Kenny Swain, Kenny McNaught, Allan Evans, Gary Williams, Dennis Mortimer, Des Bremner, Gordon Cowans, Gary Shaw, Peter Withe, Tony Morley. (Coach: Tony Barton)
XXVI 1981 Liverpool 1 - 0 Real Madrid CF
Ray Clemence, Phil Neal, Phil Thompson, Alan Hansen, Alan Kennedy, Sammy Lee, Terry McDermott, Graeme Souness, Ray Kennedy, Kenny Dalglish (Jimmy Case), David Johnson. (Coach: Bob Paisley)
XXV 1980 Nottingham Forest 1 - 0 Hamburgo
Peter Shilton, Vivian Anderson, Larry Lloyd, Kenny Burns, Francis Gray (Bryn Gunn), John McGovern, Martin O’Neill, Ian Bowyer, Mick Mills (O’Hare), Garry Birtles, John Robertson. (Coach: Clough)
XXIV 1979 Nottingham Forest 1 - 0 Malmoe
Peter Shilton, Kenny Burns, Vivian Anderson, Larry Lloyd, Frank Clark, Trevor Francis, John McGovern, Ian Bowyer, Garry Birtles, Anthony Woodcock, John Robertson. (Coach: Clough)
XXIII 1978 Liverpool 1 - 0 Brujas
Ray Clemence, Phil Thompson, Phil Neal, Alan Hansen, Emlyn Hughes, Ray Kennedy, Terry McDermott, Graeme Souness, Jimmy Case (Steve Heighway), Kenny Dalglish, David Fairclough. (Coach: Bob Paisley)
XXII 1977 Liverpool 3 - 1 Borusia Monchengladbach
Ray Clemence, Phil Neal, Tommy Smith, Emlyn Hughes, Joey Jones, Jimmy Case, Ian Callaghan, Terry McDermott, Ray Kennedy, Kevin Keegan, Steve Heighway. (Coach: Bob Paisley)
XXI 1976 FC Bayern München 1 - 0 Saint Etienne
Sepp Maier, Franz Beckenbauer, Johnny Hansen, Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Udo Horsmann, Franz Roth, Bernd Dürnberger, Juup Kapellmann, Uli Hoeneß, Gerd Müller, Karl Heinz Rummenigge. (Coach: Cramer)
XX 1975 FC Bayern München 2 - 0 Leeds United
Sepp Maier, Franz Beckenbauer, Bernd Dürnberger, Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Björn Andersson (Josef Weiß), Franz Roth, Rainer Zobel, Conny Torstensson, Uli Hoeneß (Klaus Wunder), Gerd Müller, Juup Kapellmann. (Coach: Cramer)
XIX 1974 FC Bayern München 1-1 / 4-0 Atlético de Madrid
Sepp Maier, Franz Beckenbauer, Johnny Hansen, Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Paul Breitner, Uli Hoeneß, Rainer Zobel, Franz Roth, Conny Torstensson (Bernd Dürnberger), Gerd Müller, Juup Kapellmann. (Coach: Udo Lattek)
XVIII 1973 Ajax Amsterdam 1 - 0 Juventus
Heinz Stuy, Horst Blankenburg, Willem Suurbier, Barry Hulshoff, Ruud Krol, Johan Neeskens, Gerrie Mühren, Arie Haan, Johnny Rep, Johan Cruyff, Pieter Keizer. (Coach: Stefan Kovács)
XVII 1972 Ajax Amsterdam 2 - 0 Inter Milan
Heinz Stuy, Willem Suurbier, Barry Hulshoff, Horst Blankenburg, Ruud Krol, Arie Haan, Johan Neeskens, Gerrie Mühren, Sjaak Swart, Johan Cruyff, Pieter Keizer. (Coach: Stefan Kovács)
XVI 1971 Ajax Amsterdam 2 - 0 Panathinaikos
Heinz Stuy, Velibor Vasovic, Willem Suurbier, Barry Hulshoff, Nico Rijnders (Horst Blankenburg), Johan Neeskens, Sjaak Swart (Arie Haan), Gerrie Mühren, Johan Cruyff, Pieter Keizer, Dick van Dijk. (Coach: Rinus Michels)
XV 1970 Feyenoord 2 - 1* Celtic Glasgow
Pieters-Graafland, Piet Romeijn (Guus Haak), Rinus Israel, Theo Laseroms, Theo van Duivenbode, Willem Jansen, Willem van Hanegem, Fransz Hasil, Henk Wery, Ove Kindvall, Coen Moulijn. (Coach: Ernst Happel)
XIV 1969 AC Milan 4 - 1 Ajax Amsterdam
Fabio Cudicini, Angelo Anquiletti, Karl Heinz Schnellinger, Roberto Rosato, Saul Malatrasi, Giovanni Trapattoni, Kurt Hamrin, Giovanni Lodetti, Angelo Sormani, Gianni Rivera, Pierino Prati. (Coach: Nereo Rocco)
XIII 1968 Manchester United 4 - 1* Benfica
Alex Stepney, Brennan, Dunne, Paddy Crerand, Bill Foulkes, Norbert Stiles, George Best, Brian Kidd, Bobby Charlton, Sadler, Aston. (Coach: Matt Busby)
XII 1967 Celtic Glasgow 2 - 1 Inter Milan
Ronnie Simpson, Jim Craig, Tommy Gemmel, Bobby Murdoch, Billy McNeill, John Clarke, Jimmy Johnstone, Willie Wallace, Steve Chalmers, Bertie Auld, Bobby Lennox. (Coach: Jock Stein)
XI 1966 Real Madrid CF 2 - 1 Partizán Belgrado
José Araquistain, Enrique Pérez Pachín, Pedro de Felipe, Ignacio Zoco, Manuel Sanchís sr., José Martínez "Pirri", Manuel Velázquez, Fernando Serena, Amancio Amaro, Ramó Moreno Grosso, Francisco Gento. (Coach: Miguel Muñoz)
X 1965 Inter Milan 1 - 0 Benfica
Giuliano Sarti, Armando Picchi, Tarcisio Burgnich, Aristide Guarneri, Giacinto Facchetti, Gianfranco Bedin, Luis Suárez, Mario Corso, Jair da Costa, Alessandro Mazzola, Joaquín Peiró. (Coach: Helenio Herrera)
IX 1964 Inter Milan 3 - 1 Real Madrid CF
Giuliano Sarti, Tarcisio Burgnich, Giacinto Facchetti, Carlo Tagnin, Aristide Guarneri, Armando Picchi, Jair da Costa, Alessandro Mazzola, Aurelio Milani, Luis Suárez, Mario Corso. (Coach: Helenio Herrera)
VIII 1963 AC Milan 2 - 1 Benfica
Giorgio Ghezzi, Mario David, Mario Trebbi, Víctor Benitez, Cesare Maldini, Giovanni Trapattoni, Gino Pivatelli, Dino Sani, Jose Altafini, Gianni Rivera, Bruno Mora. (Coach: Nereo Rocco)
VII 1962 Benfica 5 - 3 Real Madrid CF
Costa Perreira, João, Angelo, Cavem, Figueiredo Germano, Cruz, Jose Augusto, Eusebio Ferreira, Aguas, Mario Coluna, Antonio Simões. (Coach: Bela Guttmann)
VI 1961 Benfica 3 - 2 FC Barcelona
Costa Perreira, João, Angelo, Neto, Figueiredo Germano, Cruz, Jose Augusto, Santana, Aguos, Mario Coluna, Cavem. (Coach: Bela Guttmann)
V 1960 Real Madrid CF 7 - 3 Eintracht Frankfurt
Rogelio Dominguez, Marquitos Alonso, Enrique Pérez Pachín, José María Vidal, José Emilio Santamaría, José María Zárraga, Darcy Canario, Luis del Sol, Alfredo di Stéfano, Ferenc Puskas, Francisco Gento. (Coach: Miguel Muñoz)
IV 1959 Real Madrid CF 2 - 0 Stade Reims
Rogelio Dominguez, Marquitos Alonso, José María Zárraga, Juan Santisteban, José Emilio Santamaría, Antonio Ruiz, Raymond Kopa, Enrique Mateos, Alfredo di Stéfano, Héctor Rial, Francisco Gento. (Coach: Luis Carniglia)
III 1958 Real Madrid CF 3 - 2* AC Milan
Juanito Alonso, Ángel Atienza, Rafael Lesmes, Juan Santisteban, José Emilio Santamaría, José María Zárraga, Raymond Kopa, José Iglesias Joseito, Alfredo di Stéfano, Héctor Rial, Francisco Gento. (Coach: Luis Carniglia)
II 1957 Real Madrid CF 2 - 0 Fiorentina
Juanito Alonso, Manuel Torres, Rafael Lesmes, Miguel Muñoz, Marquitos Alonso, José María Zárraga, Raymond Kopa, Enrique Mateos, Alfredo di Stéfano, Héctor Rial, Francisco Gento. (Coach: José Villalonga)
I 1956 Real Madrid CF 4 - 3 Stade Reims
Juanito Alonso, Ángel Atienza, Rafael Lesmes, Miguel Muñoz, Marquitos Alonso, José María Zárraga, José Iglesias Joseito, Ramó Marsal, Alfredo di Stéfano, Héctor Rial, Francisco Gento. (Coach: José Villalonga)

Most Titles (teams)

Ps Team CNT Tit 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14
1. Real Madrid CF ESP 11/14 56 57 58 59 60 62 64 66 81 98 00 02 14 16
2. AC Milan ITA 7/11 58 63 69 89 90 93 94 95 03 05 07
3. Bayern München GER 5/10 74 75 76 82 87 99 01 10 12 13
4. FC Barcelona ESP 5/8 61 86 92 94 06 09 11 15
5. Liverpool Eng 5/7 77 78 81 84 85 05 07
6. Ajax Amsterdam HOL 4/6 69 71 72 73 95 96
7. Inter Milan ITA 3/5 64 65 67 72 10
. Manchester United Eng 3/5 68 99 08 09 11
9. Juventus ITA 2/8 73 83 85 96 97 98 03 15
10. Benfica POR 2/7 61 62 63 65 68 88 90
11. Nottingham Forest Eng 2/2 79 80
. FC Porto POR 2/2 87 04

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Most Titles (countries)

Ps Country Tit
1. Spain 16/27
2. Italy 12/27
3. England 12/19
4. Germany 7/17
5. Holland 6/8
6. Portugal 4/9
7. France 1/6
8. Scotland 1/2
. Romania 1/2
. Yugoslavia 1/2

Most Titles (players)

NOTE: A winner of a given Cup is considered to be any player who played at least one minute of one match during a winning campaign of a club in that competition.

 

6 - Francisco Gento (Real Madrid 56 57 58 59 60 66) (1-1)

 

5 - Juanito Alonso (Real Madrid 56 57 58 59 60)
Marquitos Alonso (Real Madrid 56 57 58 59 60)
Alfredo di Stéfano (Real Madrid 56 57 58 59 60)
Rafael Lesmes (Real Madrid 56 57 58 59 60)
Héctor Rial (Real Madrid 56 57 58 59 60)
Juan Santisteban (Real Madrid 56 57 58 59 60)
José María Zárraga (Real Madrid 56 57 58 59 60)
Paolo Maldini (Milan AC 89 90 94 03 07) (8-9)

 

4 - José Iglesias "Joseíto" (Real Madrid 56 57 58 59)
Enrique Mateos (Real Madrid 57 58 59 60)
José Emilio Santamaría (Real Madrid 58 59 60 66)
Phil Neal (Liverpool 77 78 81 84)
Alessandro Costacurta (Milan AC 89 90 94 03)
Clarence Seedorf (Ajax 95; Real Madrid 98; Milan 03 07)
Andrés Iniesta (FC Barcelona 06 09 11 15)
Xavi Hernández (FC Barcelona 06 09 11 15)
Lionel Messi (FC Barcelona 06 09 11 15)
Gerard Piqué (Manchester United 08, FC Barcelona 09 11 15) (10-19)

 

3 - Angel Atienza (56 57 58), Ramó Marsal (56 57 58), Becerril Minguela (56 57 58), Miguel Muñoz (56 57 58), Raymond Kopa (57 58 59), Rogelio Domínguez (58 59 60), Ferenc Puskás (59 60 66), Horst Blankenburg (71 72 73), Johan Cruijff (71 72 73), Arie Haan (71 72 73), Barry Hulshoff (71 72 73), Piet Keizer (71 72 73), Arnold Mühren (71 72 73), Gerrie Mühren (71 72 73), Johan Neeskens (71 72 73), Heinz Stuy (71 72 73), Wim Suurbier (71 72 73), Franz Beckenbauer (74 75 76), Bernd Dürnberger (74 75 76), Johnny Hansen (74 75 76), Ulrich Hoeness (74 75 76), Hans-Josef Kapellmann (74 75 76), Sepp Maier (74 75 76), Gerd Müller (74 75 76), Franz Roth (74 75 76), Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck (74 75 76), Conny Torstensson (74 75 76), Rainer Zobel (74 75 76), Jimmy Case (77 78 81), Ray Clemence (77 78 81), Ray Kennedy (77 78 81), Terry McDermott (77 78 81), Kenny Dalglish (78 81 84), Alan Hansen (78 81 84), Graeme Souness (78 81 84), Franco Baresi (89 90 94), Roberto Donadoni (89 90 94), Filippo Galli (89 90 94), Mauro Tassotti (89 90 94), Frank Rijkaard (89 90 95), Sávio Bortolini (98 00 02), Roberto Carlos da Silva (98 00 02), Fernando Hierro (98 00 02), Raúl González (98 00 02), José María Gutiérrez "Guti" (98 00 02), Aitor Karanka (98 00 02), Fernando Morientes (98 00 02), Fernando Redondo (98 00 03), Íker Casillas (00 02 14), Samuel Eto'o (06 09 10), Carles Puyol (06 09 11), Víctor Valdés (06 09 11), Daniel Alves (09 11 15), Sergi Busquets (09 11 15), Pedro Rodríguez (09 11 15), Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos (08 14 16). (56-75)

Most Titles (managers)

 

3 - Carlo Ancelotti (Milan 03 07, Real Madrid 14)
Bob Paisley (Liverpool 77 78 81)

 

2 - Luis Carniglia, Brian Clough, Dettmar Cramer, Vicente del Bosque, Alex Ferguson, Pep Guardiola, Béla Guttmann, Ernst Happel, Helenio Herrera, Jupp Heynckes, Ottmar Hitzfeld, Stefan Kovács, José Mourinho, Miguel Muñoz, Nereo Rocco, Arrigo Sacchi, José Villalonga. (17)

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