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Top 10 Players With Most Trophies In La Liga

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Which player has won the most La Liga trophies? In a way, we can call them LaLiga’s most successful players.

NaijNaira has gone through La Liga records and statistics and has highlighted the top 10 players who have won the most trophies in LaLiga history.

Meanwhile, see the top 10 La Liga Highest Goal Scorers Of All Time in this article. Also, the names of all African Players Who Have Won The Ballon d’Or are listed in that post.

Let’s now go bac to see the 10 players with the most La Liga titles.

Top 10 footballers with most La Liga titles in history

10. Manolo Sanchís – Real Madrid (8 titles)

Manolo is a former professional footballer who played as a sweeper during his playing days. He played for Real Madrid throughout his career.

The Spanish International won a massive 20 trophies in his time at the Bernabeu including eight La Liga trophies, two Champions League trophies, two UEFA Cup titles (now known as Europa League) and two Copa del Rey titles.

9. Miguel Ángel – Real Madrid (8 titles)

Miguel is a former professional football player who played as a goalkeeper during his career.

The Spanish International started his career at Atlético Orense in 1966 before joining Real Madrid in 1967 where he won 16 trophies including eight La Liga trophies, two UEFA Cup titles (now known as Europa League) and five Copa del Rey titles.

8. Alfredo di Stéfano – Real Madrid (8 titles)

Di Stéfano is a former professional footballer who played as a forward during his time as a player. He started his career at River Plate in 1945 before joining Millonarios in 1949.

In 1953, he signed for Real Madrid after four years at Estadio El Campín and won 15 trophies there including eight La Liga trophies, five European Cups (now known as Champions League) and one Copa del Rey title.

7. Andrés Iniesta – Barcelona (9 titles)

Iniesta currently plays as a midfielder for Vissel Kobe. He started his career in Barcelona in 2002 and played there for 16 seasons before joining Vissel in 2018.

With Barca, the Spaniard won a staggering 30 trophies including nine La Liga trophies, four UEFA Champions League trophies and six Copa del Rey titles.

6. José Antonio Camacho – Real Madrid (9 titles)

Camacho is a former professional footballer who played as a left-back in his career. He started his career at Albacete in 1972 before moving to Castilla (Real Madrid reserve team) in 1973.

In 1974 he was promoted to the first team and played there for 15 years winning 19 trophies including nine La Liga trophies, two UEFA Cups and five Copa del Rey titles.

5. Santillana – Real Madrid (9 titles)

Santillana is a former professional football player who played as a striker. The Spaniard started his career at Racing Santander in 1970 and played there for one season before joining Real Madrid in 1971.

He played for Los Blancos for 17 seasons and won 16 trophies there including nine La Liga titles, two UEFA Cups and four Copa del Rey titles.

4. Amancio – Real Madrid (9 titles)

Amancio is a former professional footballer who played as a right winger during his career. The Spaniard started his career at Deportivo La Coruna in 1958 and played there for four years before joining Real Madrid in 1962.

He played at the Bernabeu for 14 years and won 13 trophies including nine La Liga titles, One Europen Cup and three Copa del Rey trophies.

3. Lionel Messi – Barcelona (10 titles)

Messi is a professional footballer who plays as a forward for Paris Saint Germain. The Argentine International started his career at Barcelona in 2004 and played there for 17 years before making his move to P.S.G in 2021.

With Barca, he won 34 trophies including 10 La Liga titles, four UEFA Champions League titles and seven Copa del Rey trophies.

2. Pirri – Real Madrid (10 titles)

Pirri is a former professional footballer who played as a midfielder during his career. The Spanish International started his career at Granada in 1963 before joining Real Madrid a year later.

He played at the Santiago Bernabeu for 17 years winning 15 trophies including 10 La Liga titles, one UEFA Champions League title and four Copa del Rey trophies.

1. Francisco Gento – Real Madrid (12 titles)

Francisco is a former professional footballer who played as a left winger in his time as a player. The Spanish International started his career at Racing Santander in 1952 before moving to Real Madrid in 1953.

He played for Real for 18 years and won 21 trophies including 12 La Liga titles (a record), six European Cups (a record) and 2 Copa del Rey trophies.

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