How Many Trophies Does Real Madrid Have

Real Madrid, hailed as one of the titans in the soccer world, has a decorated history filled with many accolades and trophies.

Real Madrid boasts an impressive haul of 128 trophies across its men’s first-team domestic and international endeavors.

This treasure trove of awards springs from triumphs in an array of competitions:

  • 35 La Liga National League Titles
  • 20 Copa del Rey Spanish Cups
  • 12 Supercopa de España Spanish Super Cups
  • 1 Copa de la Liga League Cup
  • 1 Copa Eva Duarte Cup
  • 23 Campeonato de Madrid/Campeonato Regional Centro Titles
  • 4 Copa Federación Centro Trophies
  • 14 UEFA Champions League European Cups
  • 2 UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League Titles
  • 5 UEFA Super Cups
  • 2 Latin Cups
  • 5 FIFA Club World Cups
  • 3 Intercontinental Cups
  • 1 Ibero-American Cup

Real Madrid’s supremacy isn’t just a thing of the past; they continue to be a formidable force in the soccer realm.

In this article, we will delve further into the glittering trophy cabinet of Real Madrid, exploring the stories and significance behind each of these prestigious awards, and cementing why Los Blancos is a club synonymous with success and tradition.

Domestic Cups

Real Madrid’s domestic competitions, including the first division league (La Liga) and adjacent cup wins, have made them one of the most successful clubs in Spain.

Let’s look at each of the years they added local titles and cups to their trophy cabinet.

La Liga National League Titles

Real Madrid’s eminent stature in the La Liga National League is embellished by their astounding tally of 35 titles, a testimony to their prolonged dominance in Spanish soccer.

Here are the years that Real Madrid clinched the La Liga title:

  • 1931/32
  • 1932/33
  • 1953/54
  • 1954/55
  • 1956/57
  • 1957/58
  • 1960/61
  • 1961/62
  • 1962/63
  • 1963/64
  • 1964/65
  • 1966/67
  • 1967/68
  • 1968/69
  • 1971/72
  • 1974/75
  • 1975/76
  • 1977/78
  • 1978/79
  • 1979/80
  • 1985/86
  • 1986/87
  • 1987/88
  • 1988/89
  • 1989/90
  • 1994/95
  • 1996/97
  • 2000/01
  • 2002/03
  • 2006/07
  • 2007/08
  • 2011/12
  • 2016/17
  • 2019/20
  • 2021/22

Real Madrid’s journey through the history of La Liga is paved with remarkable feats and records.

The 1960s were a particularly fruitful decade, during which the club secured eight league championships and their first double of the league championship and national cup in 1962​.

The 2016/17 La Liga season witnessed Real Madrid reclaiming the title after a five-year hiatus, marking their record-extending 33rd title win.

Most recently, the 2021/22 season was concluded as Los Blancos continued their legacy of supremacy with a resounding 4-0 victory against Espanyol, officially clinching their 35th La Liga title.

It was thanks to stellar performances from the likes of Karim Benzema, who began the season with nine goals in his team’s first eight La Liga matches.

Significant support for the title run came from Vinicius Jr. and Luka Modric, in a season where Real Madrid showcased a blend of experience and youthful exuberance to end the ‘21/22 season with a formidable 17-point lead.

Copa del Rey Spanish Cups

Real Madrid’s legacy in the Copa del Rey competition is substantial, having won the coveted trophy 20 times.

This accomplishment is a testament to the club’s strong presence in Spanish soccer over the decades.

These are the years that the club won this prestigious competition:

  • 1905—def. San Sebastián Recreation Club and Athletic Bilbao to win with 4 pts
  • 1906—def. Recreativo de Huelva and Athletic Bilbao to win with 4 pts
  • 1907—def. Club Vizcaya 1-0
  • 1908—def. Vigo Sporting 2-1
  • 1917—def. Arenas Club de Getxo 2-1
  • 1934—def. Valencia CF 2-1
  • 1936—def. FC Barcelona 2-1
  • 1946—def. Valencia CF 3-1
  • 1947—def. RCD Español 2-0 after extra time
  • 1961/62—def. Sevilla FC 2-1
  • 1969/70—def. Valencia CF 3-1
  • 1973/74—def. FC Barcelona 4-0
  • 1974/75—def. Club Atlético de Madrid 4-3 on penalties
  • 1979/80—def. Club de Fútbol Castilla 6-1
  • 1981/82—def. Sporting de Gijón 2-1
  • 1988/89—def. Real Valladolid 1-0
  • 1992/93—def. Real Zaragoza​ 2-0
  • 2010/11—def. FC Barcelona 1-0 after extra time
  • 2013/14—def. FC Barcelona 2-1
  • 2022/23—def. Osasuna​ 2-1

Real Madrid’s journey in the Copa del Rey has been full of captivating victories, which has left ripples of impact upon Spanish soccer.

One prime example that stands out historically was the 1973/74 trouncing of FC Barcelona with a 4-0 scoreline.

A victory that put a hard red line underneath the rivalry between these two giants of soccer for decades to come.

When they met again in the Copa del Rey final during the 2010/11 season, fans around the world were kept on the edge of their seats.

But it was Cristiano Ronaldo’s soaring header in extra time that brought the coveted cup to the Santiago Bernabeu again after a long wait of 18 years.

Supercopa de España Spanish Super Cups

Real Madrid’s performance in the Supercopa de España has also been fruitful, winning the trophy 12 times.

These are the years that the club won this competition along with the teams they defeated in the final:

  • 1988—def. FC Barcelona 3-2 on aggregate
  • 1989—awarded automatically after they won the double
  • 1990—def. FC Barcelona 5-1 on aggregate
  • 1993—def. FC Barcelona 4-2 on aggregate
  • 1997—def. FC Barcelona 5-3 on aggregate
  • 2001—def. Real Zaragoza 4-1 on aggregate
  • 2003—def. RCD Mallorca 4-2 on aggregate​​
  • 2008—def. Valencia CF 6-5 on aggregate​
  • 2012—def. FC Barcelona 4-4 on aggregate (won on away goals)
  • 2017—def. FC Barcelona 5-1 on aggregate
  • 2019/20—def. Club Atlético de Madrid 4-1 on penalties after extra time
  • 2021/22—def. Athletic Bilbao 2-0

Real Madrid’s journey in the Supercopa de España marks numerous memorable moments against their arch-rival, FC Barcelona.

Their dominance over Barça in this competition has been clear, as they defeated them 5 times, making each victory sweeter and adding a new thrill to the El Clásico rivalry.

Madrid consistently won the cup over aggregate performances, even coming back after being at a loss and performing while away from home.

The most recent 2021/22 victory against Athletic Bilbao was particularly sweet, coming off a season that was challenging due to the global pandemic and restoring confidence in the team’s club depth.

Real Madrid’s successes in the Supercopa de España further add a dozen notable trophies to the cabinet and with each of them over fierce competitors, it only makes each cup shine brighter.

Copa de la Liga League Cup

Real Madrid’s brief dance with the Copa de la Liga (League Cup) marked a special chapter in their illustrious history.

They earned the cup once in 1985 by defeating Atlético Madrid 4-3 over two legs, a victory that also contributed to a memorable cup double as they triumphed in the UEFA Cup the same year​.

A cup victory that added another feather to Real Madrid’s cap, showcasing their ability to succeed in different competitive setups.

Copa Eva Duarte Cup

Real Madrid secured the Copa Eva Duarte trophy in 1947, though the match was not played until June 1948, by defeating Valencia with a score of 3-1.

This cup was a predecessor to the modern Supercopa de España, and it was organized as a tribute to Argentine President Juan Perón and his wife Eva Perón.

The competition featured a one-match final between the winners of La Liga and the Copa del Generalísimo, which is now known as Copa del Rey​.

Still, it was one more domestic cup to add to the pile.

Regional Cups

Across the Spanish region, Los Blancos had significant historic success in the early 20th century. Let’s take a look at what they won.

Campeonato de Madrid/Campeonato Regional Centro Titles

Real Madrid’s historical journey in the Campeonato de Madrid, later known as Campeonato Regional Centro, is one marked by dominance, with the club winning the title 23 times.

These are the years that the club won this competition:

  • 1903
  • 1904/05
  • 1905/06
  • 1906/07
  • 1907/08
  • 1912/13
  • 1915/16
  • 1916/17
  • 1917/18
  • 1919/20
  • 1921/22
  • 1922/23
  • 1923/24
  • 1925/26
  • 1926/27
  • 1928/29
  • 1929/30
  • 1930/31
  • 1931/32
  • 1932/33
  • 1933/34
  • 1934/35
  • 1935/36

The Campeonato Regional Centro was an early regional soccer competition in Spain, held in the early 20th century.

Their consistent victories here helped cement their status as a formidable force in Spanish soccer.

Each victory in the Campeonato Regional Centro was a stepping stone, adding to the legacy of a club that would go on to achieve unparalleled success at both national and international levels.

Copa Federación Centro

Real Madrid’s engagement with the Copa Federación Centro saw them secure the trophy on 4 occasions.

These are the years that the club won this competition:

  • 1923
  • 1928
  • 1943
  • 1945

The Copa Federación Centro was a regional competition, that provided a platform for Real Madrid to showcase their growing prowess in the early 20th century.

With each victory, Real Madrid not only accumulated silverware but also bolstered their reputation, laying a strong foundation for the numerous accolades to come.

Continental Cups

Looking across the continent of Europe, Real Madrid has continued to be a prolific force as the record holder for most wins in all but one of the European cups.

UEFA Champions League European Cups

Real Madrid’s conquests in the UEFA Champions League are monumental, with a total of 14 titles to their name.

These are the years that the club won this prestigious competition:

  • 1955/56—def. Stade de Reims 4-3
  • 1956/57—def. Fiorentina 2-0
  • 1957/58—def. AC Milan 3-2 (after extra time)
  • 1958/59—def. Stade de Reims 2-0
  • 1959/60—def. Eintracht Frankfurt 7-3
  • 1965/66—def. Partizan 2-1
  • 1997/98—def. Juventus 1-0
  • 1999/00—def. Valencia 3-0
  • 2001/02—def. Bayer Leverkusen 2-1
  • 2013/14—def. Atlético Madrid 4-1 (after extra time)
  • 2015/16—def. Atlético Madrid 5-3 (penalties after extra time)
  • 2016/17—def. Juventus 4-1
  • 2017/18—def. Liverpool 3-1
  • 2021/22—def. Liverpool 1-0

The UEFA Champions League is a competition that has seen Real Madrid create a rich tapestry of memorable moments.

Their initial five consecutive win record from 1956 to 1960 set the stage for their dominance in Europe. The 7-3 smashing of Eintracht Frankfurt in 1960 remains one of the biggest goal tally finals in the history of the competition.

The era spanning 2014 to 2018 saw a resurgence of their European dominance as they won four titles in five years, including three consecutive wins under Zinedine Zidane’s management.

The iconic ‘La Decima’ conquest was the club’s 10th title won in 2014 ending a 12-year drought of Champions League trophy status.

Real Madrid’s success in the Champions League would not be complete without mentioning superstars like Cristiano Ronaldo.

He became the all-time leading scorer in the Champions League and whose heroics were pivotal in many key victories for the club.

Both recent Champions League trophies came from overcoming another mighty competitor of Europe, Liverpool FC.

UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League Titles

Real Madrid’s stride in the UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League marked another significant chapter in their European soccer narrative, winning this title twice.

These are the years that the club won this competition:

  • 1984/85—def. Videoton 3-1 after two legs
  • 1985/86—def. FC Köln 5-3 after two legs

The back-to-back victories of the UEFA Cup (which was later renamed to UEFA Europa League) in the mid-80s showcased a strong team vision that could endure, even when they weren’t successful enough to be included in the illustrious Champions League.

The 1984/85 victory was a solid performance with a 3-1 aggregate score over Videoton.

They followed up with a remarkable win against FC Köln with a 5-3 aggregate in the subsequent year.

Victories that brought success to the club before returning to a much greater victorious run in the UEFA Champions League in the years to follow.

UEFA Super Cups

Real Madrid’s journey in the UEFA Super Cup showcases their consistent performance on the European stage, with a total of 5 titles to their name.

These are the years that the club won this competition:

  • 2002—def. Feyenoord 3-1
  • 2014—def. Sevilla 2-0
  • 2016—def. Sevilla 3-2
  • 2017—def. Manchester United 2-1
  • 2022—def. Eintracht Frankfurt 2-0

Real Madrid’s initial triumph in the UEFA Super Cup came in 2002 when they secured a 3-1 win against Feyenoord. This victory was a part of the club’s international achievements early in the millennium.

The years 2014 and 2016 saw back-to-back victories against a strong rival in Sevilla. Their first faceoff was interestingly held at Cardiff City Stadium, offering a huge sporting event to the people of Wales.

Their second match in the competition displayed how Madrid could perform under great pressure as they clawed a draw in the final minutes, forcing the game into extra time where Carvajal scored the winner.

In 2017, Real Madrid’s victory over Manchester United showed all of Europe how the Spanish giant could overcome another one of the most popular clubs in the world.

A recent 2022 success with a 2-0 win over Eintracht Frankfurt at Helsinki’s Olympic Stadium marked their fifth cup and continuous achievements in the modern game.

Latin Cups

Real Madrid marked their success in the Latin Cup by securing the cup twice during the mid-1950s.

These are the years that the club won this competition:

  • 1955—def. Stade de Reims 2-0
  • 1957—def. Benfica 1-0

The Latin Cup was a respected competition during its time, and Real Madrid left their mark by winning the trophy for the first time in 1955.

The final saw Real Madrid overcoming an all-French Stade de Reims to secure the cup.

Two years later, in 1957, Real Madrid reclaimed the Latin Cup title once again under the coaching of José Villalonga.

Real Madrid faced Benfica in the final and secured a 1-0 victory with a decisive goal from Alfredo Di Stéfano.

International Cups

Exploring out into the rest of the world, Real Madrid has proven victorious even at the international level.

FIFA Club World Cups

Real Madrid’s dominance in international club soccer is further showcased by their triumphs in the FIFA Club World Cup, having secured the title five times.

These are the years that the club won this competition:

  • 2014—def. San Lorenzo 2-0​​
  • 2016—def. Kashima Antlers 4-2​ after extra time
  • 2017—def. Grêmio 1-0​​
  • 2018—def. Al-Ain 4-1
  • 2022—def. Al-Hilal​ 5-3

Real Madrid’s success in the FIFA Club World Cup started in 2014 when they defeated San Lorenzo.

A victory during a very successful period for the club, as they also secured the UEFA Champions League title that same year.

In 2016, Real Madrid had a more challenging final against Kashima Antlers, where they emerged victorious with a scoreline of 4-2 after extra time.

The club continued its success by winning the titles in 2017 and 2018 against Grêmio and Al-Ain respectively, with comfortable scorelines.

The latest triumph came in 2022 when they defeated Al-Hilal in a game littered with goals from both sides.

A surprising showing from the Saudi Arabian squad taking on one of the biggest soccer teams in the world in a competitive manner.

Intercontinental Cup

Real Madrid’s triumphs in the Intercontinental Cup, now succeeded by the FIFA Club World Cup, mark significant international achievements for the club.

They have secured the cup on three occasions, showcasing their ability on the global stage.

These are the years that the club won this competition:

  • 1960—def. Peñarol 5-1 (aggregate)
  • 1998—def. Vasco da Gama 2-1
  • 2002—def. Olimpia 2-0

Real Madrid faced Uruguayan side Peñarol in 1960. After a goalless draw in Montevideo, the second leg resulted in a resounding 5-1 victory in Madrid.

This triumph led to the Madrid team being hailed as the first world champion club by Barcelona newspaper Mundo Deportivo, showcasing Real Madrid’s early dominance on the international scene​.

The 1998 victory came against Brazilian side Vasco da Gama, with Real Madrid winning 2-1.

Another rise of the cup for Real Madrid was in 2002, beating Olimpia, just two years before this competition was abolished in 2004.

Ibero-American Cup

In 1994, Real Madrid emerged victorious in the one-off Copa Iberoamericana tournament, defeating Boca Juniors.

Managed by Vicente del Bosque, this win was one among the many in Real Madrid’s rich trophy history​.

Interesting Facts on Real Madrid’s Trophy Hunting

I’ve pulled together some of the most fascinating facts about Madrid’s successes with honors and trophies that I think you’ll love to know.

Consecutive Champions League Wins

Real Madrid holds the remarkable record of winning the UEFA Champions League three times in 2016, 2017, and 2018.

An unmatched feat of dedication to the sport from owners to players.

Multiple Winner Badge Honor

Real Madrid was awarded the recognition of FIFA Club of the 20th Century on December 23, 2000 thanks to their success in soccer across the continent and internationally.

With a record of winning La Liga 32 times and the UEFA Champions League 10 times by the year 2000, Real Madrid can adorn a multiple-winner badge on their shirt during UEFA Champions League matches, underlining their continued excellence on the European stage​.

Unique Cup Double

In 1985, Real Madrid achieved a unique cup double by winning both the Copa de la Liga and the UEFA Cup.

The Copa de la Liga was a short-lived competition, lasting only four years before its cancellation in 1986.

Real Madrid’s victory in this competition and their UEFA Cup triumph marked a distinctive double win in the club’s history.

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