Factbox: UEFA Champions League winners

Ahram Online , Saturday 1 Jun 2024

Ahram Online offers you a list of the UEFA Champions League winners since 1956

The trophy is displayed on the pitch ahead of the Champions League final soccer match between Manche
The trophy is displayed on the pitch ahead of the Champions League final soccer match between Manchester City and Inter Milan at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey, Saturday, June 10, 2023. AP

 

2023-2024 Real Madrid (Spain)
2022-2023 Manchester City (England)
2021-2022 Real Madrid (Spain)
2020-2021 Chelsea (England)
2019-2020 Bayern Munich (Germany)
2018-2019 Liverpool (England)
2017-2018 Real Madrid (Spain)
2016-2017 Real Madrid (Spain)
2015-2016 Real Madrid (Spain)
2014-15 Barcelona (Spain)
2013-14 Real Madrid (Spain)
2012-13 Bayern Munich (Germany)
2011-12 Chelsea (England)
2010-11 Barcelona (Spain)
2009-10 Internazionale (Italy)
2008-09 Barcelona (Spain)
2007-08 Manchester United (England)
2006-07 Milan (Italy)
2005-06 Barcelona (Spain)
2004-05 Liverpool (England)
2003-04 Porto (Portugal)
2002-03 Milan (Italy)
2001-02 Real Madrid (Spain)
2000-01 Bayern Munich (Germany)
1999-2000 Real Madrid (Spain)
1998-99 Manchester United (England)
1997-98 Real Madrid (Spain)
1996-97 Borussia Dortmund (Germany)
1995-96 Juventus (Italy)
1994-95 Ajax (Netherlands)
1993-94 Milan (Italy)
1992-93 Marseille (France)
1991-92 Barcelona (Spain)
1990-91 Red Star Belgrade (Yugoslavia)
1989-90 Milan (Italy)
1988-89 Milan (Italy)
1987-88 PSV (Netherlands)
1986-87 Porto (Portugal)
1985-86 Steaua Bucureşti (Romainia)
1984-85 Juventus (Italy)
1983-84 Liverpool (England)
1982-83 Hamburg (West Germany)
1981-82 Aston Villa (England)
1980-81 Liverpool (England)
1979-80 Nottingham Forest (England)
1978-79 Nottingham Forest (England)
1977-78 Liverpool (England)
1976-77 Liverpool (England)
1975-76 Bayern Munich (West Germany)
1974-75 Bayern Munich (West Germany)
1973-74 Bayern Munich (West Germany)
1973-74 Bayern Munich (West Germany)
1972-73 Ajax (Netherlands)
1971-72 Ajax (Netherlands)
1970-71 Ajax (Netherlands)
1969-70 Feyenoord (Netherlands)
1968-69 Milan (Italy)
1967-68 Manchester United (England)
1966-67 Celtic (Scotland)
1965-66 Real Madrid (Spain)
1964-65 Internazionale (Italy)
1963-64 Internazionale (Italy)
1962-63 Milan (Italy)
1961-62 Benfica (Portugal)
1960-61 Benfica (Portugal)
1959-60 Real Madrid (Spain)
1958-59 Real Madrid (Spain)
1957-58 Real Madrid (Spain)
1956-57 Real Madrid (Spain)
1955-56 Real Madrid (Spain)

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