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Which footballer in the world has won the most trophies in history? Daniel Alves da Silva, AA Dani Alves, is the most decorated player in the history of football, winning 46 titles at the senior level and 47 official titles overall.
But who are the other football players with the most trophies in the world?
NaijNaira now takes you through the list of players with the most trophies in Football.
10 players who have won the most trophies in football history
10. Cristiano Ronaldo (32 titles)
Ronaldo is a professional football player who currently plays as a forward for Manchester United.
The Portuguese is considered one of the best players of all time and has played for Juventus, Real Madrid, Manchester United, and Sporting CP.
He has 32 trophies to his name; one with Sporting CP, nine with Manchester United, 15 with Real Madrid, five with Juventus, and two with Portugal which puts him in 10th place in our list of players with the most trophies in the world.
9. Xavi (33 titles)
Xavi is a former professional football player who played as a midfielder during his career. He played for Barcelona for 17 years form 1998 to 2015 before joining Al Sadd in 2015 where he played for four years before hanging his boot in 2019. The 2010 World Cup Winner is currently the manager of Barcelona.
The Spaniard won a total of 33 trophies in his career; four with Al Sadd, one with Spain U20, three with Spain, and 25 with Barcelona including eight La Liga titles; three Copa del Rey; two UEFA Super Cups and four UEFA Champions League trophies
8. Ryan Giggs (34 titles)
Giggs is a former professional footballer who played as a wide midfielder for Manchester United throughout his career. He recently managed the Wales national team from 2018 to 2022.
The Welshman won 34 trophies in his career including 13 Premier League titles, four FA Cups, nine Community Shields, one UEFA Super Cup, and two UEFA Champions League all with Manchester United.
7. Kenny Dalglish (35 titles)
Dalglish is a former professional footballer who played as a forward for Celtic and Liverpool throughout his career. He started his career at Celtic in 1969 and moved to Liverpool in 1977 where he played for a further 13 years before retiring in 1990.
The 102-capped former Scottish international won a total of 35 trophies in his career; 11 with Celtic including four Scottish Premiership titles and four Scottish Cups; 21 with Liverpool including six Football League First Division titles (now known as Premier League), one FA Cup, three European Cups and one European Super Cup; and three British Home Championship titles with Scotland.
6. Gerard Piqué (36 titles)
Piqué is a professional footballer who plays as a defender for Barcelona. He started his professional career at Manchester United in 2004 before moving to Barca in 2008.
The Spaniard has won 36 trophies so far in his career; three with Manchester United; thirty with Barcelona including eight La Liga titles, seven Copa del Rey trophies, three UEFA Champions League titles and three UEFA Super Cups; and three with Spain.
5. Oleksandr Shovkovskyi (36 titles)
Shovkovskyi is a former professional football player who played as a goalkeeper for Dynamo Kyiv throughout his 23-year career.
The Ukrainian has 36 trophies to his name in his career and won all of them with Dynamo Kyiv including 14 Ukrainian Premier League titles, 10 Ukrainian Cups, and six Ukrainian Super Cups.
4. Andrés Iniesta (37 titles)
Iniesta is a professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Vissel Kobe. He started his professional career at Barcelona in 2002 and played for them for 16 years before moving to Vissel Kobe in 2018.
The Spaniard has 37 titles to his name so far in his career; 30 with Barcelona including nine La Liga titles, six Copa del Rey trophies, four UEFA Champions League titles, and two UEFA Super Cups; two with Vissel Kobe; one with Spain U16; one with Spain U19; and three with Spain including one World Cup title.
3. Hossam Ashour (39 titles)
Ashour is a professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Al Ittihad. The Egyptian started his career with Al Ahly in 2003 and stayed there for 17 years before moving to Al Ittihad in 2020.
Hossam is the third player with the most trophies in the history of football with 39 trophies to his name including 13 Egyptian Premier League titles, four Egypt Cup, six CAF Champions League titles, and one CAF Confederation Cup. He won all these trophies at Al Ahly.
2. Lionel Messi (40 titles)
Messi is a professional footballer who plays as a forward for Paris Saint-Germain. He is regarded by many as the greatest footballer of all time and started his career at Barcelona in 2004 before leaving for P.S.G in 2021.
The Argentine top scorer is the second-most decorated player in the history of football with 40 trophies to his name; 34 with Barca including 10 la Liga titles, seven Copa del Rey trophies, four UEFA Champions League titles, and three UEFA Super Cups; two with P.S.G; one with Argentina U20; one with Argentina U23 and two with Argentina.
1. Dani Alves (49 titles)
Alves is a professional football player who plays as a defender for UNAM. He has played for notable clubs like Sevilla, Barcelona, Juventus, and Paris Saint-Germain in the past.
The Brazilian is the most successful player in the history of football with 49 titles to his name; three with Bahia, five with Sevilla, 26 with Barcelona, two with Juventus, six with P.S.G, one with Sao Paulo, one with Brazil U20, five with Brazil.
This article was updated 3 months ago