10 players who have won the most trophies in football history

Messi wins his first international major with Argentina | SportzPoint
After Lionel Messi won his first ever international major with Argentina, he moved one rank ahead of his counterparts. Let us take a look at the players who have won the most trophies in football history.

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Many great players have taken the football pitch and left the fans in awe. However, only a few players have gone on to win various trophies in their careers. in this article, we will take a look at an elite list of players who have won the most trophies in football as a player.

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Top 10 players with the most trophies in football:

= 10. Xavi (33 trophies)

Xavi has won 33 trophies in his entire career and features at no.10 in the list of players with most trophies in football | SportzPoint
Image – FC Barcelona

Xavi managed to win 33 trophies in his entire career. Most of which came during his incredible career at FC Barcelona. He also went on to win titles with Al Sadd in Qatar and has won the FIFA World Cup 2010 and Euros 2008 and 2012 with Spain.

= 10. Cristiano Ronaldo (33 trophies)

Cristiano Ronaldo made it to the list of players with the most trophies in football after winning the Copa Italia | SportzPoint
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Arguably the best player on the planet at the moment along with Messi has 33 trophies in his cabinet at the moment. He won his latest trophy when he claimed the Supercoppa with Juventus earlier this season. Age is just a number for the iconic no.7 as he will surely climb to the top of the list soon. Ronaldo earned all these honours with Manchester United, Real Madrid, Juventus and Portugal.

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=8. Victor Baia (34 trophies)

Vitor Baia has won 34 trophies in his entire career | SportzPoint
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This Portuguese star spent most of his career with Porto except undergoing a two-year spell with Barcelona. Baia won 25 trophies with the Dragons while adding the rest to his collection of glories during his stint with the Catalan giants.

=8. Gerard Pique (34 trophies)

Pique has won 34 trophies in his career and is still going | SportzPoint
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One of the most dependable players in Barcelona backline features jointly at no.8 in this list. However, he played a crucial role in the back in the English conditions for Manchester United. Pique’s trophy haul actually began with Manchester United, where he won four pieces of silverware before he made the incredibly successful switch to Barcelona. However, it is not the end just now as he has still got a little bit of time left with Barcelona to notch up a few more trophies.

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6. Kenny Dalglish (35 trophies)

Legendary Celtic and Liverpool player Kenny Dalglish has won 35 trophies in his career | SportzPoint
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Sir Kenny Dalglish is now known as one of Liverpool’s biggest legends and has won a mammoth 35 major trophies in his legendary career. He claimed 6 first division titles, 1 FA Cup, 4 League Cups, 3 European Cups and 1 UEFA Super Cup. He also won numerous other trophies across his stint as a footballer.

5. Ryan Giggs (36 trophies)

Legendary Manchester United player Ryan Giggs has won 36 trophies in his entire career | SportzPoint
Image – Ryan Giggs

Ryan Giggs is one of the greatest legends Manchester United have ever produced. He is one of the premier league greats however, couldn’t find a place in the hall of fame. Giggs spent 24 years at Manchester United and won a record 13 Premier League titles along with multiple cups and two UEFA Champions League titles. A total of 36 trophies helps him make his way to the top 5 in the list.

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=2. Maxwell (37 trophies)

Maxwell Andrade has won 37 trophies in his career | SportzPoint
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Maxwell has won an outstanding 37 trophies during his 17-year career, which started with Cruzeiro in 2000. He went on to play for great clubs like Ajax, Inter Milan, FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain and notched up 37 trophies. The major achievements include two La Liga titles, four Ligue 1 titles, and three Serie A titles.

=2. Andres Iniesta (37 trophies)

Andres Iniesta (37 trophies) - 2nd most trophies in football history - SportzPoint
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The legendary midfielder features jointly at no.2 with 37 trophies to this name. The iconic Barcelona and Spain midfielder was an absolute genius in playmaking. He also scored the ever crucial goal in the 2010 World Cup final for Spain which handed the reds their first-ever world cup. He also went on to win the Euros of 2008 and 2012 with the unbeatable Spanish side. With Barcelona, he won four Champions Leagues and nine La Liga titles which ensured he remains in the top half of this incredible list.

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=2. Lionel Messi (37 trophies)

Leo Messi recently entered in the top 2 of the list after he won the Copa America 2021 with Argentina. He jointly stands in the top 2 with Maxwell and Iniesta with 37 trophies to his name. Messi won his latest and the 37th trophy of his career, the Copa America 2021 a few days back. He is widely regarded to be the most talented individual of all time and also has a chance for becoming the most decorated in terms of trophies. Messi has won the La Liga 10 times, the Champions League four times, and Spanish Cup seven times. The Argentine maestro has also won the Olympics Gold Medal with his country.

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1. Dani Alves (42 trophies)

Dani Alves is the player with the most trophies in football history | SportzPoint
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Dani Alves left Barcelona with 23 major honours in eight years including six La Liga titles and three Champions League titles. He eventually went on to win as many as 19 more major trophies at Juventus, PSG, and Sao Paulo, which included one Serie A title and two Ligue 1 titles. Alves also won the Copa America and Confederations Cup twice with Brazil. He is currently the most decorated footballer in history when it comes to title honours for club and country.

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