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25 clubs with the most trophies in football history

The difference between Rangers and Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa Champions League final last night was Aaron Ramsey’s miss from 12 yards, which finished off a trophy-less season for Rangers, who also lost their Scottish Premiership title to Celtic.

As a result of the heartbreak in Seville, Rangers’ ambition to become the most decorated club in men’s football history will have to be postponed for another year.

Rangers were named the second-most decorated team in history after winning their first Scottish top-flight title in a decade, according to data collected by the Daily Star in 2021.

Steven Gerrard’s role in leading Rangers to the Scottish championship increased their trophy count to 116, which is only be surpassed by a single football club.

To amass their near-unbeatable tally, the Glasgow giants have won 55 Scottish league crowns, 33 Scottish Cups, 27 Scottish League Cups, and one European Cup Winners’ Cup.

Which team is ahead of Rangers? and who are the other teams to complete the list?

It is important to note that no league titles below the top-flight are included, while super-cup-like competitions are included so these numbers might vary depending on the metric used.

=24. River Plate (Argentina) – 49 trophies

=24. CSKA Sofia (Bulgaria) – 49 trophies

=24. Grasshopper Club Zurich (Switzerland) – 49 trophies

23. Zamalek (Egypt) – 53 trophies

22. Deportivo Colo-Colo (Chile) – 55 trophies

=20. Club Olimpia (Paraguay) – 56 trophies

=20. Boca Juniors (Argentina) – 56 trophies

19. FCSB (Romania) – 58 trophies

18. Anderlecht (Belgium) – 60 trophies

=16. Liverpool (England) – 62 trophies

=16. Galatasaray (Turkey) – 62 trophies

15. Manchester United (England) – 66 trophies

14. Juventus (Italy) – 67 trophies

13. Ajax (Netherlands) – 73 trophies

12. Porto (Portugal) – 77 trophies

11. Olympiacos (Greece) – 79 trophies

=9. Bayern Munich (Germany) – 81 trophies

=9. Al-Faisaly (Jordan) – 81 trophies

8. Benfica (Portugal) – 83 trophies

7. Barcelona (Spain) – 92 trophies

6. Real Madrid (Spain) – 95 trophies

5. Atletico Penarol (Uruguay) – 110 trophies

4. Celtic (Scotland) – 113 trophies

=2. Club Nacional de Football (Uruguay) – 116 trophies

=2. Rangers (Scotland) – 116 trophies

1. Al Ahly (Egypt) – 121 trophies

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