6. Barcelona – Spain – 90 trophies
The Catalan club has 26 La Liga titles to go with their 31 Cop del Rey victories and 5 Champions Leagues. Barcelona also holds the record for being the only club to win two trebles (the first in 2008/09, the second in 2014/15). The club has produced some of the biggest footballers in world football.
5. Atletico Penarol – Uruguay – 108 trophies
Penarol are the second most successful team in Uruguay. They have never been relegated from the top division since joining the league in 1900. This is the football club that produced Diego Forlan. It is one of the 5 football clubs with the most trophies in the world.
4. Celtic – Scotland – 111 trophies
Only five clubs in the world have reached the century mark for major trophies. Celtic have been pushed to three figures with a prolonged spell of domestic dominance. It’s over a half-century of Scottish league titles for the Glaswegian giants, but their greatest day came back in 1967 when the Lisbon Lions became champions of Europe.
3. Club Nacional de Football – Uruguay – 115 trophies
Nacional are the most decorated team in the southern hemisphere. The numbers simply speak for themselves – 47 Primera Division titles, 38 domestic cups, and two South American trebles in 1971 and 1988. Los Albos are three-time Copa Libertadores winners, too.
2. Rangers – Scotland – 116 trophies
The Gers have waited 10 years to be able to add another trophy to their collection. This season’s Scottish Premiership win is a continued record of 55 titles, added to 33 Scottish Cups, 27 Scottish League Cups, and a 1971/72 European Cup Winners’ Cup.
1. Al Ahly – Egypt – 118 trophies
The most decorated club in the world is Egypt’s Al Ahly. The 41 Egyptian league titles are impressive, but it’s the eight CAF Champions Leagues that really stand out. Known as “The Club of the Century” in African football, Al Ahly were founded in 1907 and have been perennial winners since day one.