Ranking of titles. Real Madrid champion: with the European Super Cup it extended its leadership in the international arena

Ranking of titles. Real Madrid champion: with the European Super Cup it extended its leadership in the international arena

Real Madrid proclaimed champion of the European Super Cup after defeating Eintracht Frankfurt 2-0, in the final that crosses the champion of the Champions League with the current champion of the Europa League. And at the same time, with this new trophy, it adds 28 in the ranking of international titles and further increased its distance from its pursuers in the list that brings together the most winning teams on the planet.

Trophy collector, Real Madrid added the fifth European Super Cup and reached the top winners of that competition: Barcelona and Milan. His track record is made up of consecrations in the Club World Cup, Champions League, Europa League, Intercontinental and European Super Cup.

Karim Benzema celebrates after scoring Real Madrid's second goal against Eintracht Frankfurt in the European Super Cup final
Karim Benzema celebrates after scoring Real Madrid’s second goal against Eintracht Frankfurt in the European Super Cup final

His repertoire is made up of:

  • 14 Champions Leagues (1955/56, 1956/57, 1957/58, 1958/59, 1959/60, 1965/66, 1997/98, 1999/00, 2001/02, 2013/14, 2015/16, 2016/ 17, 2017/18 and 2021/22)
  • 4 Club World Cup (2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018)
  • 4 European Super Cup (2002, 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2022).
  • 3 European-South American (“Intercontinental”) (1960, 1998 and 2002)
  • 2 Europa League (1984/85 and 1985/86)

The Madrid team has a total of 35 league titles and 14 Orejonas to its name, but it so happens that it was only able to dominate the domestic championship and the top continental competition four times. In fact, despite this great flow of titles, never in its history has it been able to sign a treble that other clubs such as FC Barcelona, Bayern, Manchester United, Ajax, PSV and Celtic have.

The ranking of international club titles

  • Real Madrid (Spain) 28.
  • Al-Ahly (Egypt) 24: 10 Champions League, 1 Confederation Cup, 7 African Super Cup, 4 African Cup Winners’ Cup and 1 Afro-Asian Cup.
  • Barcelona (Spain) 20. 3 Club World Cups, 5 Champions Leagues, 5 European Super Cups, 4 European Cup Winners’ Cups and 3 Fairs Cups.
  • Boca (Argentina) 18. 3 intercontinental, 6 Libertadores, 2 Sudamericana, 4 Recopa Sudamericana, 1 Supercopa, 1 Nicolás Leoz Cup and 1 Master Cup.
  • Independiente (Argentina) 18. 2 intercontinental, 7 Libertadores, 2 South American, 1 Recopa Sudamericana, 2 Supercopa, 1 Suruga Bank and 3 Interamericana.
  • Milan (Italy) 18. 1 Club World Cup, 3 Intercontinental Cups, 7 Champions Leagues, 5 European Super Cups and 2 European Cup Winners’ Cups.
  • Liverpool (England) 14. 1 Club World Cup, 6 Champions League, 3 Europa League, 4 European Super Cup.
  • Bayern Munich (Germany) 14. 2 Club World Cups, 2 Intercontinental Cups, 6 Champions Leagues, 1 Europa League, 2 European Super Cups and 1 European Cup Winners’ Cup.
  • Zamalek (Egypt) 13. 5 Champions League, 1 Confederation Cup, 4 Super Cup, 1 African Cup Winners’ Cup and 2 Afro-Asian Cup
River champion of the 2018 Libertadores in Madrid, after beating Boca in the final
River champion of the 2018 Libertadores in Madrid, after beating Boca in the final
  • River (Argentina) 12. 1 intercontinental, 4 Libertadores, 1 South American, 3 Recopa Sudamericana, 1 Supercopa, 1 Suruga Bank and 1 Interamericana.
  • San Pablo (Brazil) 12. 1 Club World Cup, 2 intercontinental, 3 Libertadores, 1 Sudamericana, 2 Recopa Sudamericana, 1 Supercopa, 1 Conmebol and 1 Master.

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