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Players with most Champions League titles and medals? Which player has won the most Champions League titles? Who has won the most Champions League medals? Which player with most Champions League medals? It’s the best trophy you can win in club football and luckily for some footballers, they’ve won it on several occasions.
In today’s SillySeason Top-10 list, we are going to look through some of the most successful players in the Champions League history by looking at how many winners medals they obtained throughout their career. We will look at the players with most Champions league titles.
We will look at the players with most Champions League titles and medals. A lot of players go throughout their career without winning the Champions League, some players are lucky enough to say they’ve won it once, and then there are some players that have won it on numerous occasions. It’s always good to know which player has won the most Champions Leagues.
Players with most Champions League titles? Which stars have the most Champions League Winners medals? Lets take a look at some of the most successful players in Champions League history. Here is our players with most Champions League titles list. At the end of the list you will find which player has won the champions league the most times.
Another Real Madrid footballing legend ames ours list. It’s Real Madrid‘s Raul.
1998, 2000 and 2002 were the lucky years for Raul.
The forward was at Madrid for the majority of his career, being promoted to the senior team in 1994 and staying there until 2010, making over 500 La Liga appearances.
Another La Liga legend makes our list and with three wins also, it’s FC Barcelona legend Carles Puyol.
The centre-back will go down as one of the greats to play the game and one of the greatest centre-backs of all time.
Lifting the famous trophy in 2006, 2009 and 2011.
Puyol was part of the team that defeated Arsenal and then Manchester United twice to lift the European trophy.
Another three-time winner and another La Liga player is at number-seven.
Fernando Morientes was also part of the winning teams back in 1998, 2000 and 2002, along with Raul.
The striker spent eight years at the Bernabeu, scoring 71 La Liga goals in 182 appearances.
He then had spells with Liverpool and Valencia.
Finally someone from outside of the La Liga makes our list!
Paolo Maldini of AC Milan comes in at number seven with three Champions League winners medals to his name.
The Italian centre-back will also go down as one of the greats to ever play the game and him being a one-club man makes his legendary status even bigger, especially in Milan.
Maldini‘s first Champions League win came back in 1994 when AC Milan beat FC Barcelona 4-0.
His second came almost a decade later when they beat Italian rivals Juventus on penalties. His third and last then came in 2003 when they beat Liverpool 2-1.
He could have added a fourth to his name but Liverpool produced a remarkable comeback to beat them in Istanbul in 2005.
Well we weren’t out of Spain for long were we?!
Back in La Liga and back with Real Madrid as legendary goalkeeper Iker Casillas makes the list as another star to win the Champions League three times.
Up until yesterday, we could have said Casillas has spent his whole career at the Bernabeu, but in surprising news, he has left Madrid and agreed to join FC Porto for the 2015/2016 season, ending his 25-year association with the La Liga giants.
However, his legendary status will remain and his three Champions League winners medals will also stay with him forever.
2000, 2001 and 2014 were the years Casillas won a winners medal in Europe.
Another La Liga great. Another Real Madrid great. Another three-time winner.
Fernando Hierro, just like Fernando Morientes and Raul, won the Champions League in 1998, 2000 and 2001 for Real Madrid.
The centre-back spent 14-years with Madrid, making over 400 La Liga appearances for the Spanish giants.
Another three-time winner but this player is different to the others.
Samuel Eto’o won the Champions League with two different clubs. Twice with FC Barcelona and once with Inter Milan.
The striker won his first European medal with Barca back in 2006 after the Spanish side beat Arsenal 2-1 in Paris.
His second came with the Catalan club in 2009, and his third and final winners medal came in Italy with Inter back in 2010 after they beat Bayern Munich under Jose Mourinho‘s guidance.
Finally!!!! A four-time winner makers our list!!
Footballing legend Clarence Seedorf has won the Champions League an incredible four times, only one of three people to claim that incredible achievement.
Not only has Seedorf won it four times, he also won it with three different clubs.
Once with Ajax, once with Real Madrid and twice with AC Milan.
The Dutchman’s first came way back in 1995 with his next coming three years later in 1998. He then won a further two more in 2003 and 2007 with Milan.
Andres Iniesta joined Seedorf on four this season after FC Barcelona beat Juventus in the Champions League final earlier this year.
Unsurprisingly it’s four-times with Barca for the Spaniard with his first coming nearly a decade ago when they beat Arsenal in the 2006 final in Paris.
The next three came in 2009, 2011 and then finally in 2015.
Twice they beat Manchester United and the last came at the expense of Juventus.
Lionel Messi is one of the best football players even and have one four Champions League titles. The last one was in 2015 after beating Juventus in the final. We find him on the second place on this list since there is another superstar occupying the first spot.
We started the list with a true footballing legend four years ago. Since he moved from 10th place to a 1st position. It’s Real Madrid‘s Cristiano Ronaldo.
2008, 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018 are the lucky years for Cristiano.
The forward was at Manchester United when took his first Champions League-titel in 2008.
Later he joined Madrid who has won two Champions Leagues against Atletico Madrid in 2014 and 2016.
He added the fourth Champions League title when Real Madrid won Champions League 2017 against Juventus.
He recently added his fifth Champions League title when Real Madrid won Champions League 2018 against Liverpool.