Top 10 Soccer Players With the Most Titles Won in History (Updated)

Soccer Players With the Most Titles Won in History

Soccer Players With The Most Titles Won: Meet the most successful footballers in football history. The players who have won the most trophies throughout their careers, becoming true legends of this sport.

Within the history of football, some names will be forever etched in the memory of fans and will be immortalized in statistics. Above all, those players who won a huge number of titles throughout their entire career.

The 10 Soccer Players With The Most Titles Won in History:

These players, in their great majority, authentic legends of this sport, were in charge, in their historical period, of laying the foundations so that young people can set goals and try to reach these ten world-class cracks. For this reason, we wanted to review the ten players with the most titles in the history of football.

10. Cristiano Ronaldo:

  • Full Name: Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro
  • Date of Birth: 5 February 1985 (age 36)
  • Country: Portugal
  • Number: 7
  • Position: Forward

Cristiano Ronaldo is the player who opens the ranking of the players with the most cups and leagues in history. This, thanks to its 33 trophies distributed among four countries and its national team. Luckily for “El Bicho”, it is likely that in a couple of years his collection will increase and be among the top five in history.

  • Totals: 33 Titles.
  • Sporting Lisboa: One (1 National).
  • Manchester United: 10 (8 Nationals and 2 Internationals).
  • Real Madrid: 16 (6 Nationals and 10 Internationals).
  • Juventus: Four (4 nationals).
  • Portugal: Two (Euro 2016 and Nations League 2019).

9. Xavi Hernandez:

  • Full Name: Xavier Hernández Creus
  • Date of Birth: 25 January 1980 (age 41)
  • Country: Spain
  • Position: Midfielder

Xavi Hernández, the best Spanish player in all of history, is the ninth player with the most titles in the history of football. This, thanks to his 34 trophies distributed between his career at FC Barcelona, his short period as a player for Al Sadd and his successful time with the Spanish team.

  • Totals: 34 Titles.
  • FC Barcelona: 25 (17 Nationals and 8 Internationals).
  • Al Sadd SC: Four (4 Nationals).
  • Spain: Five (U-20 World Cup, Olympic Silver 2000, Euro 2008, World Cup 2010 and Euro 2012).

8. Vítor Baia:

  • Full Name: Vitor Manuel Rosa Martins
  • Date of Birth: 27 March 1950 (age 71)
  • Country: Portugal
  • Position: Midfielder

Vítor Baia, one of the best players in the history of Portugal and probably one of the best in the entire history of Porto, is the eighth player with the most titles in football history thanks to his 34 trophies. Although his time with the culé team was not as spectacular as it is thought, he accumulated a total of seven trophies at the Camp Nou.

  • Totals: 34 Titles.
  • FC Porto: 27 (24 Nationals and 3 Internationals).
  • FC Barcelona: Seven (5 Nationals and 2 Internationals).

7. Kenny Dalglish:

  • Full Name: Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish
  • Date of Birth: 4 March 1951 (age 70)
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Position: Forward

Kenny Dalglish is not only a legend of Liverpool FC, but also of the sport in general. This, because this legendary Scottish player was, for many years, the player with the most won in all of history thanks to his 35 trophies. The feats of modern football make previous records fall into oblivion, sadly.

  • Totals: 35 Titles.
  • Celtic FC: 10 (10 Nationals).
  • Liverpool FC: 25 (19 Nationals and 4 Internationals).

6. Gerard Pique:

  • Full Name: Gerard Piqué Bernabeu
  • Date of Birth: 2 February 1987 (age 34)
  • Country: Spain
  • Number: 3
  • Position: Centre-back

Gerard Pique, one of the most controversial and controversial players in the history of Spain, is also one of the most winners in the entire history of the sport. Loved by many and hated by others, this central defender is the sixth most titled player in history thanks to his 35 official trophies.

Despite the fact that he no longer plays with the Spanish National Team (it was deleted), he continues to accumulate leagues and cups with Barca and it could be said that there is Pique for a while.

  • Totals: 35 Titles.
  • FC Barcelona: 30 (21 Nationals and 9 Internationals).
  • Manchester United: Three (2 Nationals and 1 International).
  • Spain: Two (World Cup 2010 and Euro 2012).

5. Ryan Giggs:

  • Full Name: Ryan Joseph Giggs
  • Date of Birth: 29 November 1973 (age 47)
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Position: Midfielder

Ryan Giggs is a legend in the Premier League , Manchester United and football in general. This player, who is undoubtedly the best player in the history of Wales , managed to win all his official trophies wearing the same shirt. His 36 trophies with Manchester United make him the most awarded in the club’s history and the fifth in all of history.

  • Totals: 36 Titles.
  • Manchester United: 36 (31 Nationals and 5 International).

4. Maxwell:

  • Full Name: Maxwell Scherrer Cabelino Andrade
  • Date of Birth: 27 August 1981 (age 39)
  • Country: Brazil
  • Position: Left-back

Although few people remember him today, Maxwell was a player who was in charge of writing, little by little, his name in the sacred book of football history. This, above all, thanks to his overwhelming figure of 37 official trophies throughout his career.

  • Totals: 37 Titles.
  • Cruzeiro: One (1 National)
  • Ajax: Six (6 Nationals)
  • Inter Milan: Five (5 Nationals)
  • FC Barcelona: Ten (5 Nationals and 5 Internationals).
  • PSG: 15 (15 Nationals).

3. Andres Iniesta:

  • Full Name: Andrés Iniesta Luján
  • Date of Birth: 11 May 1984 (age 36)
  • Country: Spain
  • Number: 8
  • Position: Central midfielder

Andrés Iniesta , one of the most important players in the history of the Spanish national team, FC Barcelona and sports in general, is the third player with the most titles in the entire history of professional football. This, thanks to his 37 official trophies that he could still expand on at his current club, Vissel Kobe.

  • Totals: 37 Titles.
  • FC Barcelona: 32 (22 Nationals and 10 Internationals).
  • Vissel Kobe: Two (2 Nationals).
  • Spain: Three (Euro 2008, World Cup 2010 and Euro 2012).

2. Lionel Messi:

  • Full Name: Lionel Andrés Messi
  • Date of Birth: 24 June 1987 (age 33)
  • Country: Argentina
  • Number: 10
  • Position: Forward

For many, Lionel Messi is not only the best player in the entire history of FC Barcelona , but the best player in the entire history of football . Controversy and opinions aside, the data are there, and what they reflect is that the Argentine is the second player with the most titles in the entire history of professional football thanks to his 37 trophies.

Messi’s list of collective achievements is practically insurmountable. He has already equaled the record for the number of times someone has won the Copa del Rey in Spain (7).

  • Totals: 38 Titles.
  • FC Barcelona: 35 (25 Nationals and 10 Internationals).
  • Argentina: 3 (U-20 World Cup, 2008 Olympic Gold and Copa America 2020).

1. Dani Alves:

  • Full Name: Daniel Alves da Silva
  • Date of Birth: 6 May 1983 (age 38)
  • Country: Brazil
  • Number: 10
  • Position: Right-back, attacking midfielder

Finally, the player with the most titles in the entire history of football is none other than the legendary Dani Alves. This Brazilian player, known worldwide for his great seasons in the old continent, managed to win trophies in almost all the teams he has played for.

For this reason, he became the most awarded in history thanks to his 41 official trophies. It remains to be seen if those who come from behind will end up taking the first place, especially the Argentine ’10’ who seems not to have enough with what he has already achieved so far.

  • Totals: 41 Titles.
  • Sevilla FC: Five (2 National and 3 International)
  • FC Barcelona: 23 (14 Nationals and 9 Internationals)
  • Juventus FC: Two (2 Nationals)
  • PSG: Six (6 Nationals).
  • Brazil: Five ( Copa America 2007, Copa America 2019, Confederations 2009, Confederations 2013 and U-20 World Cup)

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