Who won most European Cups? Real Madrid Real Madrid are by far the most successful team in European Cup history, having taken home the prestigious trophy a total of 13 times. Los Blancos’ closest rivals
Who won most European Cups?
Real Madrid are by far the most successful team in European Cup history, having taken home the prestigious trophy a total of 13 times. Los Blancos’ closest rivals in terms of titles are AC Milan, who have won the Champions League seven times, most recently in 2007 against Liverpool.
What teams have won the European Cup?
The sixteen European Championship tournaments have been won by ten national teams: Germany and Spain have each won three titles, Italy and France have won two titles, and the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, Denmark, Greece and Portugal have won one title each.
Who won the last European Cup Winners Cup?
UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup
|Number of teams||32 (first round)|
|Last champions||Lazio (1st title)|
|Most successful club(s)||Barcelona (4 titles)|
Which English football clubs have won the European Cup?
England have won 14 European Cup/Champions League titles in total, with Liverpool leading the way with six triumphs. Man Utd have three, Chelsea and Nottingham Forest have two, while Aston Villa have won it once.
Which English team has the most European trophies?
|FIFA and UEFA||Total|
Who has won the Euro Cup the most?
Spanish teams have won the competition the most times, with fifteen wins, ahead of the nine wins by Italian teams. The current holders are Bayern Munich, who beat the 2019-20 UEFA Europa League winners Sevilla 2-1 in the 2020 edition.
Who was the first European champion?
In 1997 The British Bulldog was crowned the first WWF European Champion by winning a tournament that was held over several shows in Germany, culminating in a finals victory over Owen Hart. Upon winning the title, Shawn Michaels became the first Grand Slam Champion in WWE.
How many European Cups has Arsenal won?
Arsenal have won two European honours: the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup in 1970 and the Cup Winners’ Cup in 1994. They also reached the final of the UEFA Cup in 2000 and the Europa League in 2019, and became the first London team to appear in a UEFA Champions League final in 2006.