4. Germany – 7 Champions League Titles
Seven Champions League successes for Germany and that puts them fourth on our list!
Their first three wins came in the 70s when they were known as West Germany, but on consecutive seasons, Bayern Munich won THREE trophies, beating Atletico Madrid, Leeds United and then Saint-Etienne.
The next came in 1983 when Hamburg beat Juventus before they had to wait until 1997 for their next and that came when Borussia Dortmund beat Juve.
Since 1997, there have been two victories for German sides and both times it’s been Bayern Munich.
In 2001 they beat Valencia and more recently in 2013, they beat Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund.
3. Italy – 12 Champions League Titles
Tied with England was Italy with 12 titles to their name as well. However, England will race ahead after this season.
They started their success in Europe with three consecutive titles from 1963 to 1965, with AC Milan winning one and their local rivals Inter winning the other two.
Milan then won it again in 1969 before Juventus picked up their first in 1985.
Back-to-back wins for Milan in 1989 and 1990 added two more titles to Italy, before they won it yet again in 1994.
Juve were back on top in 1996 with a win over Ajax, before Milan won it for another time in 2003 and 2007.
The last Italian team to win the competition was Inter Milan, and that came five years ago when they beat Bayern Munich 2-0.