13. Al-Faisaly – Jordan – 74 trophies
The dominant force of Jordanian football, Al-Faisaly have won 34 league titles, over double as many as their nearest rivals. It’s not been limited to domestic glory, though, with Al-Faisaly twice winning the AFC Cup.
12. Ajax – Netherlands – 75 trophies
The rich history of Ajax has seen the club win the Eredivisie 35 times as well as lifting the Champions League on four occasions. Despite losing key players after their 2018/19 Champions League campaign, such as Matthijs Ligt and Frenkie de Jong, the youthfulness of the squad hints that even more trophies could be on the horizon in years to come.
11. Porto – Portugal -77 trophies
The second-most decorated club in Portugal, Porto have won the Primeira Liga 29 times, the Taco de Portugal 17 times and the Champions League twice. Largely a feeder club for Europe’s best these days, Porto are the second-most successful club in Portuguese football and did the double in 2019/20.
10. Olympiacos – Greece – 78 trophies
Based in Athens, Olympiacos are the most successful team in Greece, with an impressive 46 Greek Super League and 28 Greek Cup titles to their name. Their highest finish in UEFA competition came in 1998/99, where the club reached the quarter-final stage of the Champions League.
9. Bayern Munich – Germany – 79 trophies
Treble winners in 2019/20, Bayern Munich have 31 Bundesliga titles to their name, accompanied by 20 DFB-Pokal triumphs. Bayern are primed to be the dominant force in the 2020s with an immensely talented young squad.
8. Benfica – Portugal – 80 trophies
The most successful team in Portugal. Benfica have won the Primeira Liga a record 38 times, as well as holding the record for the most Taco de Portugal titles, with 26. On the European stage, Benfica won the European Cup two years in a row in 1960/61 and 1961/62.
7. Real Madrid – Spain – 90 trophies
Los Blancos snatched the La Liga title from under Barcelona’s nose in 2020. Domestic success has been hard to come by over the last decade or so, but Real have enjoyed another period as Europe’s dominant side. Lifting the Champions League on 13 occasions, Real are record holders in the world’s most famous club competition. Also, their record of 34 La Liga titles is unmatched.