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The glorious list: all the Champions League champions

The glorious list: all the Champions League champions

Real Madrid takes the lead with 15 trophies, followed far behind by Milan, Liverpool and Bayern Munich.

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real Madrid was crowned king of Europe for the fifteenth time by winning 2-0 against Borussia Dortmund in the final of the Champions League played on Saturday at Wembley.

The Spanish team, which started as the big favorite, was outmatched for a long time, but ended Dortmund’s resistance thanks to goals from Dani Carvajal and Vinicius Jr in the final minutes.

Veteran right-back Carvajal headed in a Toni Kroos corner in the 74th minute, and from then on Carlo Ancelotti’s team took heart.

Vinicius scored Real Madrid’s second goal in the 83rd minute, silencing the yellow Dortmund fans, who had created a wall of noise throughout the final.

In the first half, Niclas Fuellkrug hit the post from close range.

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All Champions League champions

This is the Champions League record after Real Madrid’s title this Saturday, which won the competition for the fifteenth time:

  • 2024: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • 2023: Manchester City (ENG)
  • 2022: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • 2021: Chelsea (ENG)
  • 2020: Bayern Munich (GER)
  • 2019: Liverpool (ENG)
  • 2018: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • 2017: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • 2016: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • 2015: FC Barcelona (ESP)
  • 2014: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • 2013: Bayern Munich (GER)
  • 2012: Chelsea (ENG)
  • 2011: FC Barcelona (ESP)
  • 2010: Inter Milan (ITA)
  • 2009: FC Barcelona (ESP)
  • 2008: Manchester United (ENG)
  • 2007: AC Milan (ITA)
  • 2006: FC Barcelona (ESP)
  • 2005: Liverpool (ENG)
  • 2004: Porto (POR)
  • 2003: AC Milan (ITA)
  • 2002: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • 2001: Bayern Munich (GER)
  • 2000: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • 1999: Manchester United (ENG)
  • 1998: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • 1997: Borussia Dortmund (GER)
  • 1996: Juventus (ITA)
  • 1995: Ajax Amsterdam (NED)
  • 1994: AC Milan (ITA)
  • 1993: Marseille (FRA)
  • 1992: FC Barcelona (ESP)
  • 1991: Red Star (YUG)
  • 1990: AC Milan (ITA)
  • 1989: AC Milan (ITA)
  • 1988: PSV Eindhoven (NED)
  • 1987: Porto (POR)
  • 1986: Steaua Bucharest (ROM)
  • 1985: Juventus (ITA)
  • 1984: Liverpool (ENG)
  • 1983: Hamburg (GER)
  • 1982: Aston Villa (ENG)
  • 1981: Liverpool (ENG)
  • 1980: Nottingham Forest (ENG)
  • 1979: Nottingham Forest (ENG)
  • 1978: Liverpool (ENG)
  • 1977: Liverpool (ENG)
  • 1976: Bayern Munich (GER)
  • 1975: Bayern Munich (GER)
  • 1974: Bayern Munich (GER)
  • 1973: Ajax Amsterdam (NED)
  • 1972: Ajax Amsterdam (NED)
  • 1971: Ajax Amsterdam (NED)
  • 1970: Feyenoord (NED)
  • 1969: AC Milan (ITA)
  • 1968: Manchester United (ENG)
  • 1967: Glasgow Celtic (SCO)
  • 1966: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • 1965: Inter Milan (ITA)
  • 1964: Inter Milan (ITA)
  • 1963: AC Milan (ITA)
  • 1962: Benfica (POR)
  • 1961: Benfica (POR)
  • 1960: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • 1959: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • 1958: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • 1957: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • 1956: Real Madrid (ESP)

Champions League team titles

  • 15: Real Madrid
  • 7: AC Milan
  • 6: Liverpool, Bayern Munich
  • 5: FC Barcelona
  • 4: Ajax Amsterdam
  • 3: Inter Milan, Manchester United
  • 2: Juventus, Benfica, Nottingham Forest, Porto, Chelsea
  • 1: Celtic, Hamburg, Steaua Bucharest, Marseille, Feyenoord, Aston Villa, PSV Eindhoven, Red Star, Borussia Dortmund

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