June 13, 2024
HONOR AMONG MEN! UEFA Champions League Winners as Real Madrid and AC Milan top

HONOR AMONG MEN! UEFA Champions League Winners as Real Madrid and AC Milan top

The UEFA Champions League is the premier pan-European club competition, contested annually by Europe’s best football teams.

Manchester City are the current champions, having won the trophy by defeating Inter Milan 1-0 on June 10, 2023.

The Champions League winners list is an illustrious record of Europe’s best teams from 1955-56 when the competition was first established, to the present day.

The tournament was originally known as the European Cup or European Champions Cup (officially the European Champion Clubs’ Cup) until 1992 when it was renamed the UEFA Champions League to reflect the shift from a straight knockout competition to a group stage in a mini-league format preceding the knockout stages.

The UEFA Champions League’s main draw currently consists of 32 teams divided into eight groups that compete in a double round-robin group stage.

Except for the final, the top two teams from each group advance to the knockout round, which is played over two legs.

HONOR AMONG MEN! UEFA Champions League Winners as Real Madrid and AC Milan top
HONOR AMONG MEN! UEFA Champions League Winners as Real Madrid and AC Milan top

Here is a complete list of Champions League winners: Real Madrid has the most wins (14), with AC Milan (7), Liverpool and Bayern Munich (6 each), and Barcelona (5) trailing far behind.

The UCL has had 23 different champions over the years. Manchester City, the reigning champions, became the sixth English club to win the UCL 2022-23 trophy.

UEFA Champions League winners list

Season Winners

1955-56 Real Madrid (Spain)

1956-57 Real Madrid (Spain)

1957-58 Real Madrid (Spain)

1958-59 Real Madrid (Spain)

1959-60 Real Madrid (Spain)

1960-61 Benfica (Portugal)

1961-62 Benfica (Portugal)

1962-63 AC Milan (Italy)

1963-64 Inter Milan (Italy)

1964-65 Inter Milan (Italy)

1965-66 Real Madrid (Spain)

1966-67 Celtic FC (Scotland)

1967-68 Manchester United (England)

1968-69 AC Milan (Italy)

1969-70 Feyenoord (Netherlands)

1970-71 Ajax (Netherlands)

1971-72 Ajax (Netherlands)

1972-73 Ajax (Netherlands)

1973-74 Bayern Munich (Germany)

1974-75 Bayern Munich (Germany)

1975-76 Bayern Munich (Germany)

1976-77 Liverpool (England)

1977-78 Liverpool (England)

1978-79 Nottingham Forest (England)

1979-80 Nottingham Forest (England)

1980-81 Liverpool (England)

1981-82 Aston Villa (England)

1982-83 Hamburger SV (Germany)

1983-84 Liverpool (England)

1984-85 Juventus (Italy)

1985-86 Steaua Bucuresti (Romania)

1986-87 FC Porto (Portugal)

1987-88 PSV Eindhoven (Netherlands)

1988-89 AC Milan (Italy)

1989-90 AC Milan (Italy)

1990-91 Red Star Belgrade (Yugoslavia)

1991-92 Barcelona (Spain)

1992-93 Marseille (France)

1993-94 AC Milan (Italy)

1994-95 Ajax (Netherlands)

1995-96 Juventus (Italy)

1996-97 Borussia Dortmund (Germany)

1997-98 Real Madrid (Spain)

1998-99 Manchester United (England)

1999-2000 Real Madrid (Spain)

2000-01 Bayern Munich (Germany)

2001-02 Real Madrid (Spain)

2002-03 AC Milan (Italy)

2003-04 FC Porto (Portugal)

2004-05 Liverpool (England)

2005-06 Barcelona (Spain)

2006-07 AC Milan (Italy)

2007-08 Manchester United (England)

2008-09 Barcelona (Spain)

2009-10 Inter Milan (Italy)

2010-11 Barcelona (Spain)

2011-12 Chelsea (England))

2012-13 Bayern Munich (Germany)

2013-14 Real Madrid (Spain)

2014-15 Barcelona (Spain)

2015-16 Real Madrid (Spain)

2016-17 Real Madrid (Spain)

2017-18 Real Madrid (Spain)

2018-19 Liverpool (England)

2019-20 Bayern Munich (Germany)

2020-21 Chelsea (England)

2021-22 Real Madrid (Spain)

2022-23 Manchester City (England)

HONOR AMONG MEN! UEFA Champions League Winners as Real Madrid and AC Milan top

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