Barcelona has got 24 Laliga titles, 29 Copa del Rey titles, 12 Supercopa de Espana, 3 Copa Eva Duarte and 2 Copa de la Liga trophies making total 85 trophies in the football history. These teams are the leading ones till today in the history of football with greatest records.
FC Barcelona comes among the most decorated football clubs in the history of football in every continent. FC Barcelona is the best team if counted on the number of trophies won with lifting the trophy for a total of 95 times. The team has won the European League and the champions’ league five times. Also, they have won the cup four times.
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You can call Juventus the most successful club of Italian football in terms of winning most number of trophies. The Zebras have lifted Serie A title 30 times, higher than any other Italian club. The numbers could have been better if they didn’t finish Serie A 20 times as runners-up.
Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta lifts the Champions League trophy. Chelsea have now won 25 major trophies in their history as they gain on Arsenal – who don’t seem likely to win any ...
In terms of the total standings, Argentina and Uruguay and Argentina and Brazil are the most common 1st and 2nd placed teams in the tournament, with 12 between Argentina and Uruguay (Uruguay 1st 10 times, Argentina 1st 2 times), and 11 between Argentina and Brazil (Argentina 1st 9 times, Brazil 1st 2 times).
Ryan Giggs: 34 (Manchester United) The Manchester United prodigy was one of the most decorated footballers for a long time. He has won more trophies than all but three clubs in England, having won an unprecedented 34 trophies during his long and illustrious first team career.
1. Al Ahly - Egypt - 118 trophies. The most decorated club in the world, if trophy count is what should be believed, are Egypt’s Al Ahly. Known as “The Club of the Century” in African ...
Arsenal hold the record number of wins, with 14. League football began in the next decade with the founding of The Football League in 1888–89. The name First Division was adopted in 1892, when The Football League gained a second division.