Football Teams With The Most Official Titles in Their Record 2022

Football Teams With The Most Official Titles: These are the clubs that have won the most and have the best record in football history. Not only will the number of titles count, but also the difficulty of the competition.

Football is a very passionate sport. We tend to categorize and make lists very easily, establishing rankings of all kinds: who is the best player ever, the best soccer team in history, the best scorer of all time … But there is a reality that does not escape anyone: the official titles won.

There the positions are already clearly defined and that will allow us to know the soccer clubs with the best track records in the world and the ones with the most titles in their showcases. It is true that not all titles are worth the same given the difference in quality that can exist between competitions.

That is why we have given a value to each competition taking into account its level of competition in order to add titles and their value.

Value of Titles Won At Club Level

We will make two classifications, one with the titles won by each team and another with a score based on the difficulty of each title ( in the style of the Golden Boot ) in which, depending on the competition and the country, there will be a multiplier.

Level 1 Competitions

COMPETITION VALUE
UEFA champions league 2.5 points
CONMEBOL Copa Libertadores 2.5 points
CONCACAF Concachampions 2.5 points
Champions League (CAF) 2.5 points
Champions League (AFC) 2.5 points

Level 2 Competitions

COMPETITION VALUE
Top National Leagues* 2.0 points
Europe League 2.0 points
South American Cup 2.0 points
international super cup 2.0 points
FIFA Club World Cup 2.0 points
Top national cups and super cups* 2.0 points
Top national leagues: Premier League, LaLiga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1

Level 3 Competitions

COMPETITION VALUE
National leagues 1.5 points
national cups 1.5 points
national super cups 1.5 points
international tournaments 1.5 points

Level 4 Competitions

COMPETITION VALUE
Minor National Leagues* 1.0 point
Minor national cups and super cups* 1.0 point
Minor National Leagues: Africa, Asia, and Oceania

Football Teams With The Most Official Titles

As we have already said, we are going to make two classifications. One in which only the number of titles will count, without taking into account anything else, and another by applying a multiplier to each tournament won following a score based on the level of competitiveness of the competition.

Ranking of Teams With The Most Titles (Number)

# EQUIPMENT TITLES
25 COLO COLO
(Chile)
54 titles
51 national + 3 international (1)
24 CSKA SOFIA
(Bulgaria)
58 titles
All national
23 OLYMPIA
(Paraguay)
59 titles
51 national + 8 international (3)
22 STEAUA BUCHAREST
(Romania)
59 titles
57 national + 2 international (1)
21 ZAMALEK
(Egypt)
59 titles
46 national + 13 international (5)
20 GALATASARAY
(Turkey)
59 titles
57 national + 2 international
19 ANDERLECHT
(Belgium)
63 titles
58 national + 5 international
18 LIVERPOOL
(England)
65 titles
51 national + 14 international (6)
17 RIVER PLATE
(Argentina)
66 titles
54 national + 12 international (4)
16 MANCHESTER UNITED
(England)
66 titles
58 national + 6 international (3)
15 JUVENTUS
(Italy)
68 titles
58 national + 10 international (2)
14 BOCA JUNIORS
(Argentina)
70 titles
52 national + 18 international (6)
13 AJAX
(Netherlands)
72 titles
62 national + 10 international (4)
12 BAYERN MUNICH
(Germany)
77 titles
63 national + 14 international (6)
11 OLYMPIACOS
(Greece)
78 titles
All national
10 PORTO
(Portugal)
79 titles
72 national + 7 international (5)
9 AL FAISALY
(Jordan)
81 titles
79 national + 2 international (2)
8 Benfica
(Portugal)
85 titles
83 national + 2 international (2)
7 BARCELONA
(Spain)
91 titles
74 national + 17 international (5)
6 REAL MADRID
(Spain)
93 titles
66 national + 27 international (13)
5 CELTIC
(Scotland)
110 titles
109 national + 1 international (1)
4 RANGERS
(Scotland)
115 titles
114 national + 1 international
3 AL AHLY
(Egypt)
119 titles
98 national + 21 international (9)
2 PEÑAROL
(Uruguay)
127 titles
119 national + 8 international (5)
1 NATIONAL
(Uruguay)
146 titles
137 national + 9 international (3)
In parentheses are more important titles (Champions League, Copa Libertadores…)

Ranking of The Teams With The Most Important Titles

If we apply the competition level multiplier to the ranking of football teams with the most titles won, the order in which they appear varies significantly in favor of European teams, especially the top champions of the UEFA Champions League and the major leagues. of Europe. Here is our ranking of the best teams based on the titles they have won historically:


Top 10 Coaches With Most Titles in Football History


# EQUIPMENT TITLES COEF PTS
25 ZAMALEK
(Egypt)
59 titles
46 national + 13 international (5)
1*46+8*1.5+2.5*5 70.5
24 AL FAISALY
(Jordan)
81 titles
79 national + 2 international (2)
79*1+2*2.5 84
23 CSKA SOFIA
(Bulgaria)
58 titles
All national
1.5*58 87
22 COLO COLO
(Chile)
54 titles
51 national + 3 international (1)
1.5*54+2*2+2.5*1 87.5
21 GALATASARAY
(Turkey)
59 titles
57 national + 2 international
57*1.5+2*2 89.5
20 STEAUA BUCHAREST
(Romania)
59 titles
57 national + 2 international (1)
1.5*57+2*2+2.5*1 92
19 OLYMPIA
(Paraguay)
59 titles
51 national + 8 international (3)
1.5*51+5*2+2.5*3 94
18 ANDERLECHT
(Belgium)
63 titles
58 national + 5 international
58*1.5+5*2 97
17 RIVER PLATE
(Argentina)
66 titles
54 national + 12 international (4)
54*1.5+8*2+4*2.5 107
16 AJAX
(Netherlands)
72 titles
62 national + 10 international (4)
62*1.5+6*2+4*2.5 115
15 BOCA JUNIORS
(Argentina)
70 titles
52 national + 18 international (6)
52*1.5+12*2+6*2.5 117
14 OLYMPIACOS
(Greece)
78 titles
All national
78*1.5 117
13 PORTO
(Portugal)
79 titles
72 national + 7 international (2)
72*1.5+5*2+2*2.5 123
12 MANCHESTER UNITED
(England)
66 titles
58 national + 6 international (3)
58*2+3*2+3*2.5 129.5
11 Benfica
(Portugal)
85 titles
83 national + 2 international (2)
83*1.5+2*2.5 129.5
10 LIVERPOOL
(England)
65 titles
51 national + 14 international (6)
51*2+6*2.5+8*2 133
9 JUVENTUS
(Italy)
68 titles
58 national + 10 international (2)
58*2+8*2+2*2.5 137
8 AL AHLY
(Egypt)
119 titles
98 national + 21 international (9)
98*1+11*1.5+9*2.5 137
7 BAYERN MUNICH
(Germany)
77 titles
63 national + 14 international (6)
63*2+8*2+6*2.5 157
6 CELTIC
(Scotland)
110 titles
109 national + 1 international (1)
109*1.5+2.5*1 166
5 RANGERS
(Scotland)
115 titles
114 national + 1 international
114*1.5+2*1 173
4 BARCELONA
(Spain)
91 titles
74 national + 17 international (5)
74*2+12*2+5*2.5 184.5
3 REAL MADRID
(Spain)
93 titles
66 national + 27 international (13)
66*2+14*2+13*2.5 192.5
2 PEÑAROL
(Uruguay)
127 titles
119 national + 8 international (5)
119*1.5+3*2+5*2.5 197
1 NATIONAL
(Uruguay)
146 titles
137 national + 9 international (3)
137*1.5+6*2+3*2.5 225

What do you think of the FM ranking? Do you agree to apply a coefficient depending on the type of competition or do you prefer that they all have the same value? How would you make your classification of the best teams in the world based on the titles won?

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