+131k, by BeSoccer But, how do both teams compare in total trophies won?
Let’s dig a little deeper into their impressive list of honours….
The numbers above show that Barcelona have the overall edge in terms of trophies won throughout their illustrious histories, albeit a very narrow one. The Catalan club has become synonymous for beautiful football, with many of the game’s most iconic players having represented Barça during their careers, including Johan Cruyff, Ronaldinho and Lionel Messi to name a few. Barcelona has 19 European titles, having won 5 European Cups (1 European Cup and 4 Champions Leagues), 4 Cup Winners’ Cups, 5 European Super Cups, 3 Fairs Cups (forerunner of the UEFA Cup), and 2 Latin Cups (which laid the ground for the European Cup). One goal in 15 appearances plus six assists before tonight was all the Belgian, unplayable on his day, could muster. European Cup Winners’ Cup x 4 Football, Trending Supercopa de España x 10
BeSoccer. The overall head-to-head record of meetings between the teams has been extremely tight and Real's recent win brings them back level with Barca on 96 wins each overall, moving them ahead by one in La Liga.
Elsewhere in European competition, Barça have also collected four Cup Winners Cups, five European Super Cups, three Fairs Cups and two Latin Cups. To inquire about a licence to reproduce material, visit our Syndication site. Regionally, domestically and continentally, the club has set several records in winning various official and unofficial competitions. The debate over which is the most decorated club in Spanish football continues. Anatomy. The Catalans can also boast the fact that they have lifted defunct trophies which their bitter rivals will never be able to. Barca have won the Copa del Rey 11 times more than Madrid, though, and you can see their recent strength in the fact that they are not far behind when it comes to Club World Cups — a competition that only started in 2000. REAL MADRID have won a record 34th LaLiga title after their 2-1 triumph over Villarreal. Let’s take a look at Real Madrid v Barcelona in trophies to find out which Spanish giant is the more successful…. Barcelona, on the other hand, have gathered 130 titles over their history. Sergio Ramos did what he does - defend ruthlessly and score headers - while Toni Kroos, Luka Modric and Casemiro deserve plaudits for their consistency in the middle of the park.
At a national level, Barcelona also has more trophies. Barca could look to replace 33-year-old Suarez - who needed knee surgery in January - with Lautaro Martinez as part of a squad overhaul.
The information contained in Goal.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Goal.com, The most recent chapter in the world's most famous rivalry saw Real move level again with the Catalan club, Messi won't get special treatment over salary cuts - Barca president, 'A slap in the face' - Bayern's Alaba opens up on contract talks. Both clubs can boast impressive achievements throughout their history.
Real Madrid have won the Copa del Rey 19 times since its inception in 1903, ranking Real third on the list, behind Barcelona (28) and Athletic Bilbao (23). Madrid has won 10. The overall head-to-head record of meetings between the teams has been extremely tight and Real’s recent win brings them back level with Barca on 96 wins each overall, moving them ahead by one in La Liga. At international level we will count UEFA Champions League (former European Cup), UEFA Europa League (former UEFA Cup), the now extinct UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, the extinct Latin Cup, te extinct Ibero-American Cup or Iberia Cup, the now extinct Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, the European Super Cup and the Clubs World Cup (former Intercontinental Cup). Madrid cleaned up through the early years of the European Cup, winning it five times in a row between 1956 and 1960 and again in 1966. The celebrations are underway at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stéfano!
having won 23 Catalonian Championships between 1901 and 1938, and 10 Catalonian Cups (8 Cups and 2 Super Cups) between 1991 and 2014. March's Liga clash was the 244th competitive Clasico, though Madrid and Barca have met another 34 times in friendlies and other exhibition matches.
In other competitions, the sample size is smaller. Real Madrid have amassed 119 trophy wins, in regional, national, continental and global competitions. Copa de la Liga x 2. Lionel Messi and Co led by two points before the global pandemic forced sport around the world to shut down. This includes four titles in the last decade after defeating Arsenal in the final in 2006, Manchester United in 2009, the Red Devils again in 2011 and Juventus in 2015. Has won 23 Catalonian Championships between 1901 and 1938, and 10 Catalan Cups between 1991 and 2014 (8 Cups and 2 Super Cups).
neoprimesport If you exclude the “Catalan” cups, then Barcelona has won 98 cups. But the £130m ex-Chelsea man did not so much hit the ground running as hit the deck injured.
The Catalan club may not be able to match the number of domestic titles notched by their fierce rivals but they do have the edge in recent years, winning nine titles to Real’s five since the turn of the millennium.
eval(ez_write_tag([[970,250],'michelacosta_com-box-4','ezslot_1',121,'0','0']));The now defunct Inter-Cities Fairs Cup has not been included into the list of UEFA Cups / Europa Leagues as there is a large discrepancy over whether it should be considered the precursor of the current Europa League (posture defended by FIFA) or if it must be considered an unofficial trophy (position defended by UEFA). We also provides latest news on sports. 2 Follow Just Football on Twitter @JustFootball or Facebook for more football analysis, news and features from around the world. Real have also won the Supercopa de España nine times, the Copa Eva Duarte on one occasion (the predecessor to the Supercopa de España), and the short-lived Copa de la Liga (which only ran for four years) also on one occasion. The France legend, 48, left his post in 2018 after becoming the first manager ever to win three straight Champions League titles.
For those of you wondering, the Latin Cup was a tournament for the Latin European nations of France, Italy, Spain and Portugal that existed during the 1950s, prior to the introduction of UEFA’s European Cup.
When the footballing giants of Real Madrid and Barcelona face off it is perhaps the biggest rivalry in club football: El Clásico. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. October 25, 2020 Only nine clubs have ever won the domestic title in Spain, and only six of those sides have won it more than once, making Real’s tally even more impressive. In this section, Real Madrid more than doubles the number of trophies won by Barcelona, who have only lifted 4 international cups.
While Real Madrid dominate in main competitions, with 34 leagues and 11 European Cups, Barcelona have a higher number of total trophies. They have also enjoyed their fair share of success, and have won multiple titles in every major competition. 1932 1933 1954 1955 1957 1958 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1967 1968 1969 1972 1975 1976 1978 1979 1980 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1995 1997 2001 2003 2007 2008 2012 2017 2020#34Ligas. Alfonso XIII. UEFA European Cup/Champions League x 5 But, which side has won more trophies throughout their respective histories? Real Madrid's European Cup record is a source of pride for the club, with 13 under their belt (6 European Cups and 7 Champions Leagues), 2 UEFA Cups (forerunner of the Europa League), 4 European Super Cups and, like Barcelona, 2 Latin Cups. Latin Cup x 2
(main image credit: Antonio Gil via Flickr. Unsurprisingly considering their recent domination across the continent, Real Madrid comes out on top in this aspect.
Despite their success in Spain, Real Madrid are perhaps most famous for their excellent European record, having been crowned continental champions no fewer than 13 times, with AC Milan next on the list with seven titles.
SEE ALSO: Is Zinedine Zidane now the best manager in the world? - Sportivo LuqueÃ±o, Barcelona have more official titles than Real Madrid. Let’s begin at home in Spain. The name Real Madrid mean Royal Madrid in Spanish. Messi surpassed Ronaldo with his six Ballons d'Or to the Portugal striker's five when he was awarded the honour in December 2019.
The Copa del Rey is a different story however.
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