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Juventus
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Full name Juventus Football Club S.p.A.
Nickname(s) La Vecchia Signora (The Old Lady)
Founded 1897
Ground Juventus Stadium
(Capacity: 41,507)
Owner Flag of Italy Agnelli family (through Exor S.p.A)
Chairman Flag of Italy Andrea Agnelli
Manager Flag of Italy Massimiliano Allegri
Current League Serie A 
2020–21 Serie A, 4th
Website Club home page
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Juventus Football Club S.p.A. commonly referred to as Juventus and colloquially as Juve, are a professional Italian association football club based in Turin, Piedmont. The club is the third oldest of its kind in the country and has spent the majority of its history, with the exception of the 2006–07 season, in the top flight First Division (known as Serie A since 1929).

Founded in 1897 as Sport Club Juventus by a group of young Torinese students, among them, who was their first president, Eugenio Canfari, and his brother Enrico, author of the company's historical memory; they are managed by the industrial Agnelli family since 1923, which constitutes the oldest sporting partnership in Italy, thus making Juventus the first professional club in the country. Over time, the club has become a symbol of the nation's culture and italianità ("Italianness"), due to their tradition of success, some of which have had a significant impact in Italian society, especially in the 1930s and the first post-war decade; and the ideological politics and socio-economic origin of the club's sympathisers. This is reflected, among others, in the club's contribution to the national team, uninterrupted since the second half of the 1920s and recognised as one of the most influential in international football, having performed a decisive role in the World Cup triumphs of 1934, 1982 and 2006. The club's fan base is larger than any other Italian football club and is one of the largest worldwide. Support for Juventus is widespread throughout the country and abroad, mainly in countries with a significant presence of Italian immigrants.

Juventus is historically the most successful club in Italian football and one of the most laureated and important globally. Overall, they have won fifty-five official titles on the national and international stage, more than any other Italian club: a record thirty-six league titles, a record thirteen Italian cups, a record eight national super cups, and, with eleven titles in confederation and inter-confederation competitions (two Intercontinental Cups, two European Champion Clubs' Cup/UEFA Champions Leagues, one European Cup Winners' Cup, a record three UEFA Cups, one UEFA Intertoto Cup and two UEFA Super Cups) the club currently ranks fourth in Europe and eighth in the world with the most trophies won.

In 1985, under the management of Giovanni Trapattoni, who led the Torinese team to thirteen official trophies in ten years until 1986, including six league titles and five international titles; Juventus became the first club in the history of European football to have won all three major competitions organised by the Union of European Football Associations: the European Champions' Cup, the (now-defunct) Cup Winners' Cup and the UEFA Cup (the first Italian and Southern European side to win the tournament). After their triumph in the Intercontinental Cup the same year, the club also became the first in football history—and remains the only one at present—to have won all possible official continental competitions and the world title. According to the all-time ranking published in 2009 by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics, an organization recognised by FIFA, based on clubs' performance in international competitions, Juventus were Italy's best club and second in Europe of the 20th century.

Players

First-team squad

As of 3 March 2021
No. Position Player
1 Flag of Poland GK Wojciech Szczęsny
3 Flag of Italy DF Giorgio Chiellini (captain)
4 Flag of Netherlands DF Matthijs de Ligt
5 Flag of Brazil MF Arthur
7 Flag of Portugal FW Cristiano Ronaldo
8 Flag of Wales MF Aaron Ramsey
9 Flag of Spain FW Álvaro Morata (on loan from Atlético Madrid)
10 Flag of Argentina FW Paulo Dybala
12 Flag of Brazil DF Alex Sandro
13 Flag of Brazil DF Danilo
14 Flag of United States MF Weston McKennie
No. Position Player
16 Flag of Colombia DF Juan Cuadrado
19 Flag of Italy DF Leonardo Bonucci (vice-captain)
22 Flag of Italy MF Federico Chiesa (on loan from Fiorentina)
25 Flag of France MF Adrien Rabiot
28 Flag of Turkey DF Merih Demiral
30 Flag of Uruguay MF Rodrigo Bentancur
31 Flag of Italy GK Carlo Pinsoglio
33 Flag of Italy MF Federico Bernardeschi
38 Flag of Italy DF Gianluca Frabotta
44 Flag of Sweden MF Dejan Kulusevski
77 Flag of Italy GK Gianluigi Buffon

Juventus U23 and youth academy

As of 11 April 2021
No. Position Player
34 Flag of Italy FW Marco Da Graca
36 Flag of Italy DF Alessandro Di Pardo
37 Flag of Romania DF Radu Drăgușin
40 Flag of Albania FW Giacomo Vrioni
41 Flag of Italy MF Nicolò Fagioli
42 Flag of Italy GK Giovanni Gabriele Garofani
45 Flag of Uruguay GK Franco Israel
50 Flag of Tunisia FW Hamza Rafia
No. Position Player
51 Flag of Belgium MF Daouda Peeters
53 Flag of Portugal FW Félix Correia
55 Flag of Italy DF Riccardo Capellini
56 Flag of Italy MF Filippo Ranocchia
57 Flag of Spain FW Alejandro Marqués
58 Flag of France MF Marley Aké
59 Flag of Italy DF Davide De Marino

Out on loan

As of 21 May 2021
No. Position Player
Flag of Italy GK Mattia Del Favero (at Pescara until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy GK Mattia Perin (at Genoa until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy GK Stefano Gori (at Pisa until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy DF Pietro Beruatto (at Vicenza until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy DF Luca Coccolo (at Cremonese until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy DF Dario Del Fabro (at Flag of Netherlands ADO Den Haag until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy DF Mattia De Sciglio (at Flag of France Lyon until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy DF Alessandro Minelli (at Bari until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy DF Claudio Mosagna (at Chieri until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy DF Erasmo Mulè (at Juve Stabia until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy DF Luca Pellegrini (at Genoa until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Argentina DF Cristian Romero (at Atalanta until 30 June 2022)
Flag of Italy DF Daniele Rugani (at Cagliari until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy DF Nicolò Savona (at SPAL until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Switzerland DF Nikita Vlasenko (at Flag of Switzerland Sion until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Brazil DF Wesley (at Flag of Switzerland Sion until 30 June 2021)
Flag of France MF Naouirou Ahamada (at Flag of Germany Stuttgart until 30 June 2021)
No. Position Player
Flag of Italy MF Luca Clemenza (at Flag of Switzerland Sion until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Switzerland MF Albian Hajdari (at Flag of Switzerland Basel until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Cyprus MF Grigoris Kastanos (at Frosinone until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy MF Rolando Mandragora (at Torino until 30 June 2022)
Flag of Italy MF Hans Nicolussi (at Parma until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy MF Nicolò Rovella (at Genoa until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Germany MF Idrissa Touré (at Flag of Netherlands Vitesse until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy FW Luca Zanimacchia (at Flag of Spain Zaragoza until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Brazil FW Douglas Costa (at Flag of Brazil Grêmio until 30 June 2022)
Flag of Denmark FW Nikolai Frederiksen (at Flag of Austria WSG Tirol until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy FW Matteo Brunori (at Virtus Entella until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy FW Mirco Lipari (at Empoli until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Switzerland FW Christopher Lungoyi (at Flag of Switzerland Lugano until 30 June 2022)
Flag of Italy FW Marco Olivieri (at Empoli until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Croatia FW Marko Pjaca (at Genoa until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Switzerland FW Joel Ribeiro (at Flag of Germany Freiburg until 30 June 2021)

Reserve team

Main article: Juventus F.C. Under-23

Women's team

Main article: Juventus F.C. Women

Youth teams

Main article: Juventus F.C. Youth Sector

Club alumni

Former players

Main article: Juventus F.C. players

Managers

Main article: Juventus F.C. managers

Honours

Juventus F.C. honours
Type Competition Titles Seasons
Domestic Italian Football Championship /
Serie A
36 1905, 1925–26, 1930–31, 1931–32, 1932–33, 1933–34, 1934–35, 1949–50, 1951–52, 1957–58, 1959–60, 1960–61, 1966–67, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1974–75, 1976–77, 1977–78, 1980–81, 1981–82, 1983–84, 1985–86, 1994–95, 1996–97, 1997–98, 2001–02, 2002–03, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17, 2017–18, 2018–19, 2019–20
Serie B 1 2006–07
Coppa Italia 13 1937–38, 1941–42, 1958–59, 1959–60, 1964–65, 1978–79, 1982–83, 1989–90, 1994–95, 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17, 2017–18
Supercoppa Italiana 8 1995, 1997, 2002, 2003, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2018
Continental European Cup/UEFA Champions League 2 1984–85, 1995–96
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1 1983–84
UEFA Cup 3 1976–77, 1989–90, 1992–93
European Super Cup/UEFA Super Cup 2 1984, 1996
UEFA Intertoto Cup 1 1999
Worldwide Intercontinental Cup 2 1985, 1996
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Former Stadiums: Stadio Olimpico (2006–2011), Stadio Delle Alpi (1990–2006), Stadio Comunale (1933–1990), Campo Juventus (1922–1933), Stadio di Corso Sebastopoli (1909–1922), Stadio Motovelodromo Umberto I (1905–1906)

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Juventus F.C. squad - 2021–22

1 Szczęsny · 2 De Sciglio · 3 Chiellini (c) · 4 De Ligt · 5 Arthur · 6 Khedira · 7 Ronaldo · 8 Ramsey · 9 Morata · 10 Dybala · 11 Douglas Costa · 12 Alex Sandro · 13 Danilo · 14 McKennie · 16 Cuadrado · 19 Bonucci · 25 Rabiot · 28 Demiral · 30 Bentancur · 31 Pinsoglio · 33 Bernardeschi · 44 Kulusevski · 77 Buffon ·

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Juventus F.C. seasons

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Juventus Football Club - Managers

Károly 1923 to 26 • Viola 1926 to 28 • Aitken 1928 to 30 • Carcano 1930 to 35 • Bigatto 1935 • Rosetta 1935 to 39 • Caligaris 1939 to 41 • Munerati 1941 • Ferrari 1941 to 42 • Monti 1942 • Borel 1942 to 46 • Cesarini 1946 to 48 • Chalmers 1948 to 49 • Carver 1949 to 51 • Bertolini 1951 • Sárosi 1951 to 53 • Olivieri 1953 to 55 • Puppo 1955 to 57 • Broćić 1957 to 59 • Depetrini 1959 • Cesarini 1959 to 61 • Parola 1961 • Gren & Korostelev 1961 • Parola 1961 to 62 • Amaral 1962 to 64 • Monzeglio 1964 • Herrera 1964 to 69 • Carniglia 1969 to 70 • Rabitti 1970 • Picchi 1970 to 71 • Vycpálek 1971 to 74 • Parola 1974 to 76 • Trapattoni 1976 to 86 • Marchesi 1986 to 88 • Zoff 1988 to 90 • Maifredi 1990 to 91 • Trapattoni 1991 to 94 • Lippi 1994 to 99 • Ancelotti 1999 to 2001 • Lippi 2001 to 04 • Capello 2004 to 06 • Deschamps 2006 to 07 • Corradini 2007 • Ranieri 2007 to 09 • Ferrara 2009 to 10 • Zaccheroni 2010 • Delneri 2010 to 11 • Conte 2011 to 14 • Allegri 2014 to 19 • Sarri 2019 to 20 • Pirlo 2020 to 21 • Allegri 2021–

European Cup and Champions League
European Cup era, 1955–1992

1955-56 · 1956-57 · 1957-58 · 1958-59 · 1959-60 · 1960-61 · 1961-62 · 1962-63 · 1963-64 · 1964-65 · 1965-66 · 1966-67 · 1967-68 · 1968-69 · 1969-70 · 1970-71 · 1971-72 · 1972-73 · 1973-74 · 1974-75 · 1975-76 · 1976-77 · 1977-78 · 1978-79 · 1979-80 · 1980-81 · 1981-82 · 1982-83 · 1983-84 · 1984-85 · 1985-86 · 1986-87 · 1987-88 · 1988-89 · 1989-90 · 1990-91 · 1991-92

Champions League era, 1992–present

1992-93 · 1993-94 · 1994-95 · 1995-96 · 1996-97 · 1997-98 · 1998-99 · 1999-00 · 2000-01 · 2001-02 · 2002-03 · 2003-04 · 2004-05 · 2005-06 · 2006-07 · 2007-08 · 2008-09 · 2009-10 · 2010-11 · 2011-12 · 2012-13 · 2013-14 · 2014-15 · 2015-16 · 2016-17 · 2017-18 · 2018-19 · 2019-20 · 2020–21 · 2021–22 ·

European Cup era, 1955–1992 finals

1956 · 1957 · 1958 · 1959 · 1960 · 1961 · 1962 · 1963 · 1964 · 1965 · 1966 · 1967 · 1968 · 1969 · 1970 · 1971 · 1972 · 1973 · 1974 · 1975 · 1976 · 1977 · 1978 · 1979 · 1980 · 1981 · 1982 · 1983 · 1984 · 1985 · 1986 · 1987 · 1988 · 1989 · 1990 · 1991 · 1992 ·

Champions League era, 1992–present finals

1993 · 1994 · 1995 · 1996 · 1997 · 1998 · 1999 · 2000 · 2001 · 2002 · 2003 · 2004 · 2005 · 2006 · 2007 · 2008 · 2009 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018 · 2019 · 2020 · 2021 ·

UEFA Cup and Europa League
UEFA Cup and Europa League seasons

1971-72 · 1972-73 · 1973-74 · 1974-75 · 1975-76 · 1976-77 · 1977-78 · 1978-79 · 1979-80 · 1980-81 · 1981-82 · 1982-83 · 1983-84 · 1984-85 · 1985-86 · 1986-87 · 1987-88 · 1988-89 · 1989-90 · 1990-91 · 1991-92 · 1992-93 · 1993-94 · 1994-95 · 1995-96 · 1996-97 · 1997-98 · 1998-99 · 1999-2000 · 2000-01 · 2001-02 · 2002-03 · 2003-04 · 2004-05 · 2005-06 · 2006-07 · 2007-08 · 2008-09 · 2009-10 · 2010-11 · 2011-12 · 2012-13 · 2013-14 · 2014-15 · 2015-16 · 2016-17 · 2017-18 · 2018-19 · 2019-20 · 2020–21 · 2021–22 ·

UEFA Cup and Europa League Finals

1972 · 1973 · 1974 · 1975 · 1976 · 1977 · 1978 · 1979 · 1980 · 1981 · 1982 · 1983 · 1984 · 1985 · 1986 · 1987 · 1988 · 1989 · 1990 · 1991 · 1992 · 1993 · 1994 · 1995 · 1996 · 1997 · 1998 · 1999 · 2000 · 2001 · 2002 · 2003 · 2004 · 2005 · 2006 · 2007 · 2008 · 2009 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018 · 2019 · 2020 · 2021 · 2022 ·

Italian Football Championship and Serie A winners
Italian Football Championship

Genoa (1898; 1899; 1900) • Milan (1901) • Genoa (1902; 1903; 1904) • Juventus (1905) • Milan (1906; 1907) • Pro Vercelli (1908; 1909) • Internazionale (1909–10) • Pro Vercelli (1910–11; 1911–12; 1912–13) • Casale (1913–14) • Genoa (1914–15) • Internazionale (1919–20) • Pro Vercelli (1920–21; 1921–22 (CCI)) • Novese (1921–22 (FIGC)) • Genoa (1922–23; 1923–24) • Bologna (1924–25) • Juventus (1925–26) • no winner (1926–27); Torino (1927–28) • Bologna (1928–29) •

Serie A winners

Ambrosiana (1929–30) • Juventus (1930–31; 1931–32; 1932–33; 1933–34; 1934–35) • Bologna (1935–36; 1936–37) • Ambrosiana-Inter (1937–38) • Bologna (1938–39) • Ambrosiana-Inter (1939–40) • Bologna (1940–41) • Roma (1941–42) • Torino (1942–43; 1945–46; 1946–47; 1947–48; 1948–49) • Juventus (1949–50) • Milan (1950–51) • Juventus (1951–52) • Internazionale (1952–53; 1953–54) • Milan (1954–55) • Fiorentina (1955–56) • Milan (1956–57) • Juventus (1957–58) • Milan (1958–59) • Juventus (1959–60; 1960–61) • Milan (1961–62) • Internazionale (1962–63) • Bologna (1963–64) • Internazionale (1964–65; 1965–66) • Juventus (1966–67) • Milan (1967–68) • Fiorentina (1968–69) • Cagliari (1969–70) • Internazionale (1970–71) • Juventus (1971–72; 1972–73) • Lazio (1973–74) • Juventus (1974–75) • Torino (1975–76) • Juventus (1976–77; 1977–78) • Milan (1978–79) • Internazionale (1979–80) • Juventus (1980–81; 1981–82) • Roma (1982–83) • Juventus (1983–84) • Hellas Verona (1984–85) • Juventus (1985–86) • Napoli (1986–87) • Milan (1987–88) • Internazionale (1988–89) • Napoli (1989–90) • Sampdoria (1990–91) • Milan (1991–92; 1992–93; 1993–94) • Juventus (1994–95) • Milan (1995–96) • Juventus (1996–97; 1997–98) • Milan (1998–99) • Lazio (1999–2000) • Roma (2000–01) • Juventus (2001–02; 2002–03) • Milan (2003–04) • no winner (2004–05) • Internazionale ((2005–06 unofficial); 2006–07; 2007–08; 2008–09; 2009–10) • Milan (2010–11) • Juventus (2011–12; 2012–13; 2013–14; 2014–15; 2015–16) •

Italian Cup winners

Vado (1922) • Torino (1935–36) • Genoa (1936–37) • Juventus (1937–38) • Ambrosiana-Inter (1938–39) • Fiorentina (1939–40) • Venezia (1940–41) • Juventus (1941–42) • Torino (1942–43) • Lazio (1958) • Juventus (1958–59; 1959–60) • Fiorentina (1960–61) • Napoli (1961–62) • Atalanta (1962–63) • Roma (1963–64) • Juventus (1964–65) • Fiorentina (1965–66) • Milan (1966–67) • Torino (1967–68) • Roma (1968–69) • Bologna (1969–70) • Torino (1970–71) • Milan (1971–72; 1972–73) • Bologna (1973–74) • Fiorentina (1974–75) • Napoli (1975–76) • Milan (1976–77) • Internazionale (1977–78) • Juventus (1978–79) • Roma (1979–80; 1980–81) • Internazionale (1981–82) • Juventus (1982–83) • Roma (1983–84) • Sampdoria (1984–85) • Roma (1985–86) • Napoli (1986–87) • Sampdoria (1987–88; 1988–89) • Juventus (1989–90) • Roma (1990–91) • Parma (1991–92) • Torino (1992–93) • Sampdoria (1993–94) • Juventus (1994–95) • Fiorentina (1995–96) • Vicenza (1996–97) • Lazio (1997–98) • Parma (1998–99) • Lazio (1999–2000) • Fiorentina (2000–01) • Parma (2001–02) • Milan (2002–03) • Lazio (2003–04) • Internazionale (2004–05; 2005–06) • Roma (2006–07, 2007–08) • Lazio (2008–09) • Internazionale (2009–10; 2010–11) • Napoli (2011–12) • Lazio (2012–13) • Napoli (2013–14) • Juventus (2014–15; 2015–16) •

Italian Super Cup winners

Milan (1988) • Internazionale (1989) • Napoli (1990) • Sampdoria (1991) • Milan (1992; 1993; 1994) • Juventus (1995) • Fiorentina (1996) • Juventus (1997) • Lazio (1998) • Parma (1999) • Lazio (2000) • Roma (2001) • Juventus (2002; 2003) • Milan (2004) • Internazionale (2005; 2006) • Roma (2007) • Internazionale (2008) • Lazio (2009) • Internazionale (2010) • Milan (2011) • Juventus (2012; 2013) • Napoli (2014) • Juventus (2015) •

UEFA Champions League winners

1956: Real Madrid • 1957: Real Madrid • 1958: Real Madrid • 1959: Real Madrid • 1960: Real Madrid • 1961: Benfica • 1962: Benfica • 1963: Milan • 1964: Internazionale • 1965: Internazionale • 1966: Real Madrid • 1967: Celtic • 1968: Manchester United • 1969: Milan • 1970: Feyenoord • 1971: Ajax • 1972: Ajax • 1973: Ajax • 1974: Bayern Munich • 1975: Bayern Munich • 1976: Bayern Munich • 1977: Liverpool • 1978: Liverpool • 1979: Nottingham Forest • 1980: Nottingham Forest • 1981: Liverpool • 1982: Aston Villa • 1983: Hamburg • 1984: Liverpool • 1985: Juventus • 1986: Steaua Bucuresti • 1987: Porto • 1988: PSV Eindhoven • 1989: Milan • 1990: Milan • 1991: Red Star Belgrade • 1992: Barcelona • 1993: Marseille • 1994: Milan • 1995: Ajax • 1996: Juventus • 1997: Borussia Dortmund • 1998: Real Madrid • 1999: Manchester United • 2000: Real Madrid • 2001: Bayern Munich • 2002: Real Madrid • 2003: Milan • 2004: Porto • 2005: Liverpool • 2006: Barcelona • 2007: Milan • 2008: Manchester United • 2009: Barcelona • 2010: Internazionale 2011: Barcelona • 2012: Chelsea • 2013: Bayern Munich • 2014: Real Madrid • 2015: Barcelona • 2016: Real Madrid • 2017: Real Madrid • 2018: Real Madrid • 2019: Liverpool • 2020: Bayern Munich • 2021: Chelsea •

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winners

1961: Fiorentina • 1962: Atlético Madrid • 1963: Tottenham Hotspur • 1964: Sporting CP • 1965: West Ham United • 1966: Borussia Dortmund • 1967: Bayern Munich • 1968: Milan • 1969: Slovan Bratislava • 1970: Manchester City • 1971: Chelsea • 1972: Rangers • 1973: Milan • 1974: Magdeburg • 1975: Dynamo Kyiv • 1976: Anderlecht • 1977: Hamburg • 1978: Anderlecht • 1979: Barcelona • 1980: Valencia • 1981: Dinamo Tbilisi • 1982: Barcelona • 1983: Aberdeen • 1984: Juventus • 1985: Everton • 1986: Dynamo Kyiv • 1987: Ajax • 1988: Mechelen • 1989: Barcelona • 1990: Sampdoria • 1991: Manchester United • 1992: Werder Bremen • 1993: Parma • 1994: Arsenal • 1995: Real Zaragoza • 1996: Paris Saint-Germain • 1997: Barcelona • 1998: Chelsea • 1999: Lazio

UEFA Europa League winners

1972: Tottenham Hotspur • 1973: Liverpool • 1974: Feyenoord • 1975: Borussia Mönchengladbach • 1976: Liverpool • 1977: Juventus • 1978: PSV Eindhoven • 1979: Borussia Mönchengladbach • 1980: Eintracht Frankfurt • 1981: Ipswich Town • 1982: IFK Göteborg • 1983: Anderlecht • 1984: Tottenham Hotspur • 1985: Real Madrid • 1986: Real Madrid • 1987: IFK Göteborg • 1988: Bayer Leverkusen • 1989: Napoli • 1990: Juventus • 1991: Internazionale • 1992: Ajax • 1993: Juventus • 1994: Internazionale • 1995: Parma • 1996: Bayern Munich • 1997: Schalke 04 • 1998: Internazionale • 1999: Parma • 2000: Galatasaray • 2001: Liverpool • 2002: Feyenoord • 2003: Porto • 2004: Valencia • 2005: CSKA Moscow • 2006: Sevilla • 2007: Sevilla • 2008: Zenit Saint Petersburg • 2009: Shakhtar Donetsk • 2010: Atlético Madrid • 2011: Porto • 2012: Atlético Madrid • 2013: Chelsea • 2014: Sevilla • 2015: Sevilla • 2016: Sevilla • 2017: Manchester United • 2018: Atlético Madrid • 2019: Chelsea •

UEFA Intertoto Cup winners

1995: Bordeaux & Strasbourg • 1996: KarlsruheGuingamp & Silkeborg • 1997: AuxerreBastia & Lyon • 1998: ValenciaWerder Bremen & Bologna • 1999: MontpellierJuventus & West Ham United • 2000: UdineseCelta Vigo & Stuttgart • 2001: Aston VillaParis Saint-Germain & Troyes • 2002: MálagaFulham & Stuttgart • 2003: Schalke 04Villarreal & Perugia • 2004: LilleSchalke 04 & Villarreal • 2005: LensMarseille & Hamburg • 2006: Newcastle United • 2007: Hamburg • 2008: Braga

UEFA Super Cup winners

1972: Ajax • 1973: Ajax • 1975: Dynamo Kiev • 1976: Anderlecht • 1977: Liverpool • 1978: Anderlecht • 1979: Nottingham Forest • 1980: Valencia • 1982: Aston Villa • 1983: Aberdeen • 1984: Juventus • 1986: Steaua Bucharest • 1987: Porto • 1988: Mechelen • 1989: Milan • 1990: Milan • 1991: Manchester United • 1992: Barcelona • 1993: Parma • 1994: Milan • 1995: Ajax • 1996: Juventus • 1997: Barcelona • 1998: Chelsea • 1999: Lazio • 2000: Galatasaray • 2001: Liverpool • 2002: Real Madrid • 2003: Milan • 2004: Valencia • 2005: Liverpool • 2006: Sevilla • 2007: Milan • 2008: Zenit St. Petersburg • 2009: Barcelona • 2010: Atlético Madrid • 2011: Barcelona • 2012: Atlético Madrid • 2013: Bayern Munich • 2014: Real Madrid • 2015: Barcelona • 2016: Real Madrid • 2017: Real Madrid • 2018: Atlético Madrid • 2019: Liverpool • 2020: Bayern Munich or Sevilla

Intercontinental Cup winners

1960: Real Madrid • 1961: Tolima • 1962: RCD Español • 1963: Santos • 1964: Internazionale • 1965: Internazionale • 1966: Independiente • 1967: Colo Colo • 1968: Estudiantes • 1969: Wembley • 1970: Feyenoord • 1971: Nacional • 1972: Ajax • 1973: Independiente • 1974: Independiente • 1975: Nacional • 1976: Bayern Munich • 1977: Boca Juniors • 1978: Nacional CF • 1979: Olimpia • 1980: Nacional • 1981: Flamengo • 1982: Nacional • 1983: Napoles • 1984: [[Club Olimpia|Olimpia] • 1985: Juventus • 1986: Bucaresti • 1987: Porto • 1988: Philips Sport Vereniging Eidoven • 1989: Milan • 1990: Nacional • 1991: Red Star Belgrade • 1992: Bracelona • 1993: Bucaresti • 1994: Union Española • 1995: Ajax • 1996: Juventus • 1997: Borussia Dortmund • 1998: Real Madrid • 1999: Manchester United • 2000: Independiente • 2001: Bayern Munich • 2002: Boca Juniors • 2003: Tolima • 2004: AS Monaco FC

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