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Top 10 players with the most titles in history

Football is an exciting sport that surprises us every day with some new statistic. On countless occasions we have seen the tables of top scorers, the player who debuted at an early age or the ranking of teams with more titles in a competition.

But who is the player with the most titles won in history? Read all the way to number 10 and you might be surprised at who appears and in what order.

10. C. Ronaldo (POR) – 34 titles.

9. Vitor Baía (POR) – 34 titles

With F.C. Porto

  • 10 Leagues
  • 6 Cups
  • 9 Super Cups
  • 2 Champions
  • 1 Club World Cup

With F.C. Barcelona

  • 1 League
  • 2 Cups
  • 1 Super Cup
  • 1 Champions League
  • 1 Club World Cups

8. Xavi (ESP) – 35 titles

  • 8 Leagues with Barcelona (1999, 2005, 2006, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015).
  • 4 Champions League titles at Barça (2006, 2009, 2011, 2015).
  • 3 King’s Cups (2009, 2012, 2015).
  • 8 Spanish Super Cups (2005, 2006, 2007, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014).
  • 2 Mundialitos (2009, 2011).
  • 2 European Super Cups (2010, 2012).
  • 1 World Cup with Spain (2010).
  • 2 Eurocups (2008, 2012).
  • 1 U-20 World Cup (1999).
  • 1 Emir’s Cup with Al Sadd (2017).
  • 1 Prince’s Cup with Al Sadd (2017).
  • 1 Qatar Super Cup (2017).
  • 1 Qatar League (2019).

7. Kenny Dalgish (ESC) – 35 titles

6. Gerard Piqué (ESP) – 36 titles

  • 8 Leagues
  • 4 Champions League
  • 6 Spanish Supercups,
  • 3 European Super Cups
  • 3 Club World Cup
  • 7 Cups
  • 1 UEFA Euro Cup
  • 1 Fifa World Cup
  • 1 UEFA Euro U19
  • 1 Premier League
  • 1 FA Cup

5. Ryan Giggs (GAL) – 36 titles

  • 13 Premier League.
  • 10 English Super Cups.
  • 4 League Cups.
  • 4 FA Cup.
  • 2 Champions League.
  • 1 European Super Cup.
  • 1 Intercontinental Cup.
  • 1 Club World Cup.

4. Maxwell (BRA) – 37 titles

With Cruzeiro

  • 1 Brazilian Cup

With Ajax

  • 2 Eredivise
  • 2 KNVB Cup
  • 2 Netherlands Supercup

With Inter Milan

  • 3 Series A
  • 2 Italian Super Cup

With F.C. Barcelona

  • 2 Spanish League
  • 3 Spanish Super Cup
  • 1 King’s Cup
  • 2 European Super Cups
  • 1 Uefa Champions League
  • 2 Club World Cups

With Paris Saint Germain

  • 4 Ligue 1
  • 3 French Super Cup
  • 4 League Cup
  • 1 French Cup

3. Andrés Iniesta (ESP) – 37 titles

With the Spanish National Team:

  • 1 World Cup (2010)
  • 2 UEFA Euro Cups
  • 1 UEFA European Under-17 Championship
  • 1 UEFA European Under-19 Championship
  • 1 Confederations Cup runner-up
  • 1 Under-20 World Cup runner-up

With F.C. Barcelona

  • 9 Leagues
  • 6 King’s Cups
  • 7 Spanish Super Cups
  • 6 Club World Cups
  • 4 UEFA Champions League
  • 3 European Super Cups

2. Lionel Messi (ARG) – 37 titles

With F.C. Barcelona

  • 10 Leagues
  • 8 Spanish Super Cups
  • 7 King Cups
  • 4 Champions League
  • 3 European Super Cups
  • 3 Club World Cups

With the Argentina national team

  • Olympic gold medal
  • U20 World Cup with Argentina

1. Dani Alves (BRA) – 43 titles

With Bay 1

  • 1 Baiano Championship
  • 1 Northeast Cup

With the Brazilian national team

  • 1 America’s Cup 2007
  • 2 Confederations Cup
  • 1 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

With Sevilla

  • 1 King’s Cup
  • 1 Spanish Super Cup
  • 1 European Super Cup
  • 2 UEFA Europa League

With F.C. Barcelona

  • 6 LaLiga
  • 4 King’s Cup
  • 4 Spanish Super Cup
  • 3 Champions League
  • 3 European Super Cup
  • 3 Club World Cup

With Juventus

  • 1 Series A
  • 1 Italian Cup

With PSG

  • 2 League
  • 1 League Cup
  • 1 French Cup
  • 1 French Super Cup

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