Real Madrid are among the most famous teams in the world, thanks to their success on the pitch and the number of accolades they've claimed through the years. Los Blancos have cemented their legacy in this sport with a prosperous history that saw them won worldwide recognition.
From the likes of Alfredo Di Stéfano to Cristiano Ronaldo, several superstars have worn the famous white jersey that most of the players would desire to put on. With iconic teams such as La Quinta del Buitre and Los Galácticos, they Merengues have tasted success multiple times.
They are, alongside Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao, one of the few sides that have never been relegated since the Spanish first division's inception in 1929. One of the mightiest soccer clubs, let's check out all the trophies Real Madrid have won.
Real Madrid honors
The Merengues have experience in claiming titles. Much of their recognition as the best soccer club in the world is due to their astonishing number of achievements. Los Blancos not only are Spain's winningest team but the most successful side in Europe as well.
Real Madrid have won 92 titles so far. 34 of them were La Liga championships, holding the record over Barcelona and every other team in the country. Asides from their local success, the team from the Spanish capital city have also been dominant in the continent.
With 13 trophies, Real Madrid are the European kings without question. Not even Milan's fascinating seven titles come close to their superb record in the Champions League. Needless to say, Los Blancos have also been crowned multiple times in other competitions.
Complete list of Real Madrid titles
With success, both local and international, Real Madrid have established themselves as arguably the most powerful team in the world. The Merengues got used to collecting titles from their early days, and this is how their honors list looks like:
34 x Leagues
19 x Copa del Rey
11 x Spanish Supercup
1 x League Cup
1 x Copa Eva Duarte
Continent and international titles
13 x Champions League (7 UCL + 6 European Cup)
4 x Club World Cup
3 x Intercontinental Cup
4 x European Supercup
2 x UEFA Cup