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Below is a list of clubs with the most international titles won in the world, and in each continent (since a top 3 to top 10) organized by one of the six continental confederations of international football and the International Federation of Association Footballmarker. FIFA recognize as "official competition" in international level only all tournament that organized by itself or by a football Confederation.

Official international club competitions

International Federation of Association Footballmarker

These are the club competitions organized by FIFAmarker. These are recognized as “world-wide titles”.



Defunct official competitions


Union of European Football Associations

These are the European club competitions recognized by UEFA according to UEFA regulations .

Standing official competitions



Defunct official competitions



Defunct competitions organized by a committee involving FIFA



South American Football Confederation

These are the South American club competitions recognized by CONMEBOL according the South American football clubs ranking published by the same confederation in 2005 .

Official competitions

Standing official competitions


Defunct official competitions


Competitions subsequently recognized by CONMEBOL


Unofficial competitions



Confederation of African Football

These are the continental club competitions recognized by CAF according to the African football clubs ranking published by the same confederation on 31 December 2000 .

Official competitions

Standing official competitions


Defunct official competitions


Unofficial competitions

Intercontinental competitions


Arab competitions (not organizated by CAF)


Regional competitions (not organized by CAF)


Confederation of North, Central American and the Caribbean Association Football

These are the continental club competitions recognized by CONCACAF.

Official competitions

Standing official competitions


Defunct official competitions


Regional competitions (not organizated by CONCACAF)



Asian Football Confederation

These are the continental club competitions recognized by AFC according to the Vision Asia resolution published by the same confederation in 2004 .

Official competitions

Standing official competitions


Defunct official competitions


Unofficial competitions

Intercontinental competitions


Arab competitions (not organizated by AFC)


Regional competitions (not organized by AFC)


Oceania Football Confederation

These are the continental club competitions recognized by OFC.

Standing official competitions



Defunct official competitions



World-wide Ranking for international official titles won by a club (top 20)

# Club # of titles Trophies won
1
Milan
18
3 Intercontinental Cup; 1 FIFA Club World Cup; 7 European Cup-UEFA Champions Leagues; 2 UEFA Cup Winners' Cups; 5 UEFA Super Cups
Boca Juniors
18
3 Intercontinental Cup; 6 Copas Libertadores; 2 Copas Sudamericanas; 1 Supercopa Sudamericana; 4 Recopas Sudamericanas; 1 Copa Oro "Nicolás Leoz" ; 1 Supercopa Masters
3
Independiente
15
2 Intercontinental Cup; 7 Copas Libertadores; 2 Supercopas Sudamericanas; 1 Recopa Sudamericana; 3 Copas Interamericanas
Real Madrid
15
3 Intercontinental Cup; 9 European Cup-UEFA Champions Leagues; 2 UEFA Cups;1 UEFA Super Cup
5
Al-Ahly
14
6 African Cup of Champions Clubs-CAF Champions Leagues; 4 CAF Cup Winners' Cups; 4 CAF Super Cup
6
Barcelona
13
3 European Cup-UEFA Champions Leagues; 4 UEFA Cup Winners' Cups; 3 UEFA Super Cups; 3 Fairs Cups
7
Juventus
11
2 Intercontinental Cup; 2 European Cup-UEFA Champions Leagues; 1 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup; 3 UEFA Cups; 1 UEFA Intertoto Cup; 2 UEFA Super Cups
Liverpool
11
5 European Cup-UEFA Champions Leagues; 3 UEFA Cups; 3 UEFA Super Cups
São Paulo
11
2 Intercontinental Cup; 1 FIFA Club World Cup; 3 Copas Libertadores; 1 Copa Conmebol; 1 Supercopa Sudamericana; 2 Recopas Sudamericanas; 1 Copa Masters Conmebol
10
Ajax
10
2 Intercontinental Cup; 4 European Cup-UEFA Champions Leagues; 1 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup;1 UEFA Cup; 2 UEFA Super Cups
11
Peñarol
9
3 Intercontinental Cup; 5 Copas Libertadores; 1 Super Cup of the Intercontinental Champions
Nacional
9
3 Intercontinental Cup; 3 Copas Libertadores; 1 Recopa Sudamericana; 2 Copas Interamericanas
El Zamalek
9
5 African Cup of Champions Clubs-CAF Champions Leagues; 1 CAF Cup Winners' Cup; 3 CAF Super Cups
14
América
8
5 CONCACAF Champions' Cup; 1 CONCACAF Giants Cup; 2 Copa Interamericana
Bayern Munich
8
2 Intercontinental Cup; 4 European Cup-UEFA Champions Leagues; 1 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup;1 UEFA Cup
Étoile Sahel
8
1 African Cup of Champions Clubs-CAF Champions League; 2 CAF Cup Winners' Cups; 2 CAF Cups; 1 CAF Confederation Cup; 2 CAF Super Cups
Olimpia
8
1 Intercontinental Cup; 3 Copas Libertadores; 1 Supercopa Sudamericana; 2 Recopas Sudamericanas; 1 Copa Interamericana
18
Cruzeiromarker
7
2 Copas Libertadores; 1 Recopa Sudamericana; 2 Supercopas Sudamericanas; 1 Copa Oro "Nicolás Leoz" ; 1 Supercopa Masters
Internazionale
7
2 Intercontinental Cup; 2 European Cup-UEFA Champions Leagues; 3 UEFA Cups
Manchester United
7
1 Intercontinental Cup; 1 FIFA Club World Cup; 3 European Cup-UEFA Champions Leagues; 1 UEFA Cup Winners Cup; 1 UEFA Super Cup
Update as of 28 August 2009 in chronological order.

Clubs with the most international official titles by regional confederation

Union of European Football Association (top 10 clubs)



South American Football Confederation (top 10 clubs)



Confederation of African Football (top 5 clubs)



The Confederation of North, Central American and the Caribbean Association Football (top 5 clubs)



Asian Football Confederation (top 3 clubs)



Oceania Football Confederation (top 2 clubs)



Update as of 28 August 2009 in chronological order.

Notes



See also



Footnotes and references

  1. The joint UEFA/CONMEBOL football competition for clubs in the world, the Intercontinental Cup, was also knowns as European / South American Champions Clubs' Cup or Toyota Cup.
  2. The UEFA Cup took place in 1971 as an official UEFA competition. Its predecessor, the European Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (1958-1971) was a football tournament organized by a committee of foreign trade fairs involving FIFA in seven European cities (London, Barcelona, Copenhagen, and others) played by professional and -in its first editions- amateur clubs. Along these lines, the Fairs Cup, and its trophy play-off, are recognized by FIFA, but they aren't recognized by the Union of European Football Association. See:
  3. The “first edition” of the European Super Cup competition, taken place on 16 and 24 January 1973 (correspondent to 1972), hasn't official UEFA status because represented the Rangers' (winner of UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1971-72) Match of Centenary 1872-1972 against Ajax (winner of European Cup 1972-73) according to
  4. The UEFA Cup took place in 1971 as an official UEFA competition. Its predecessor, the European Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (1958-1971) was a football tournament organized by foreign trade fairs in European seven cities (London, Barcelona, Copenhagen, and others) played by professional and -in its first editions- amateur clubs. Along these lines, the Fairs Cup, and its trophy play-off, aren't recognized by the Union of European Football Association. See:
  5. UEFA recognizes the fact that Fairs Cup was an official competition even if, cause the Cup did not fall under its organization, it does not count the Cup between its competitions. Spanish: "The two clubs met together one time in an official match. It was the first round of Fairs Cup."
  6. International competition recognized by the South American Football Confederation on September 2005. CA Peñarol have won the South American Zone (composed by the South American winners of the Intercontinental Cup until 1968) in 1969, but don't have played against the European Zone winner in the final match. See also
  7. . The Ibero-American Cup, a friendship competition won by the Spanish side in 1994, is not recognized by the main football organization in the world.
  8. International club competition for Arab clubs organized by the Confederation of African Football and by the Asian Football Confederation, but not recognized by these organitations as official continental (African or Asian) club competitions. See also:
  9. Also knowns as "Prince Faysal bin Fahad Tournament for Arab clubs".
  10. International club competition for Arab clubs organized by the Confederation of African Football and by the Asian Football Confederation.
  11. International club competition for Arab clubs organized by the Confederation of African Football and by the Asian Football Confederation.
  12. International club competition for Arab clubs organized by the Confederation of African Football and by the Asian Football Confederation.
  13. Regional competition for East and Central African clubs organized by the Confederation of East and Central African Football Associations (CECAFA) according to
  14. Regional club competition organized by the Union of Central African Football Federations (UNIFFAC in French language) according to
  15. Regional club competition organized for clubs from the West Africa according to
  16. Also knows as Copa de Campeones y Subcampeones de la CONCACAF from 1971 to 2008.
  17. The CONCACAF Champions' Cup was abandoned in 1964 and 1965. In 1966 the tournament not held, see also
  18. Regional club competition organized by Caribbean Football Union (CFU). Provides qualification places for the main North, Central American and the Caribbean football club competition.
  19. Regional club competition for North American clubs.
  20. Former regional club competition organized by Central American Football Union (UNCAF). Provided qualification places for the main North, Central American and the Caribbean football club competition, the CONCACAF Champions League, when known as CONCACAF Champions Cup.
  21. The Asian Club Championship was not played since 1972 to 1985, see also
  22. International club competition for Arab clubs organized by the Confederation of African Football and by the Asian Football Confederation.
  23. Also knowns as "Prince Faysal bin Fahad Tournament for Arab clubs".
  24. International club competition for Arab clubs organized by the Confederation of African Football and by the Asian Football Confederation.
  25. International club competition for Arab clubs organized by the Confederation of African Football and by the Asian Football Confederation.
  26. International club competition for Arab clubs organized by the Confederation of African Football and by the Asian Football Confederation.
  27. Regional competition for the league champions from East Asia (China, Japan and South Korea) and one team invited by the host country according to
  28. Regional competition organized by ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) for Southeastern Asia clubs.
  29. Regional football league tournament for clubs from Arab countries around the Persian Gulf according to
  30. Also knowns as O-League.
  31. The first edition of the Oceania Club Championship, held on Adelaide (Australia) from March 6, 1987 to March 15 of the same year, was also known as Oceania (South Pacific) Champions' Cup.
  32. Also known as Oceania (South Pacific) Winners' Cup.
  33. . The Ibero-American Cup, friendship competition won by the Spanish side in 1994 is not recognized by the main football organization in the world.
  34. International competition recognized by the South American Football Confederation on September 2005. Peñarol have won the South American Zone (composed by the South American winners of the Intercontinental Cup until 1968) in 1969, but don't have played against the European Zone winner in the final match. See also
  35. . The Ibero-American Cup, friendship competition winned by the Spanish side in 1994 is not recognized by the main football organization in the world.
  36. International competition recognized by the South American Football Confederation on September 2005. CA Peñarol have won the South American Zone (composed by the South American winners of the Intercontinental Cup until 1968) in 1969, but don't have played against the European Zone winner in the final match. See also
  37. International competition recognized by the South American Football Confederation on September 2005. Peñarol have won the South American Zone (composed by the South American winners of the Intercontinental Cup until 1968) in 1969, but don't have played against the European Zone winner in the final match. See also
  38. Until 31 December 2000 the five teams with the most official international titles in the world were Independiente (15 international official trophies), Milan (13), Real Madrid (12), Juventus (11) and Ajax Amsterdam (10).
  39. African club competitions recognized by CAF - Record Sport Soccer Statistics Foundation - www.rsssf.com.


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