List of European Cup and UEFA Champions League winning managers

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The European Cup was an association football competition contested from 1956 to 1992. Spanish manager José Villalonga Llorente led Real Madrid to success in the inaugural final in 1956 and repeated the feat the following season. English clubs and managers dominated the competition in the late 1970s and early 1980s, winning every tournament from 1977 to 1982. Despite this, Italian managers have been the most successful, winning eleven of the tournaments since 1956.

The competition became the UEFA Champions League in 1992,[1] with Belgian Raymond Goethals leading French club Marseille to success that season.

Only Bob Paisley, Carlo Ancelotti and Zinedine Zidane have won the tournament on three occasions. Paisley led Liverpool to three titles in five seasons, Ancelotti won three titles and reached four finals with Milan and Real Madrid, and Zidane won three consecutive titles with Real Madrid. Seventeen other managers have won the title on two occasions. Only five managers have won the title with two clubs: Carlo Ancelotti with Real Madrid and Milan; Ernst Happel with Feyenoord in 1970 and Hamburg in 1983; Ottmar Hitzfeld with Borussia Dortmund in 1997 and Bayern Munich in 2001; José Mourinho, with Porto in 2004 and Internazionale in 2010; and Jupp Heynckes with Real Madrid in 1998 and Bayern Munich in 2013. Seven men have won the tournament both as a player and as a manager, namely Miguel Muñoz, Giovanni Trapattoni, Johan Cruyff, Carlo Ancelotti, Frank Rijkaard, Pep Guardiola and Zidane.[2][3]

By year

Carlo Ancelotti is the only manager who achieved the record of three-time winner and reached four finals of the UEFA Champions League.
Zinedine Zidane is the only manager to have succeeded winning three consecutive titles, all with Real Madrid.
Bob Paisley was the first manager to won three times, all with Liverpool.
Ernst Happel is the first manager to be champion with two clubs.
Ottmar Hitzfeld, winning manager in 1997 and 2001.
Jupp Heynckes, winning manager in 1998 and 2013.
Alex Ferguson, winning manager in 1999 and 2008.
Vicente del Bosque, winning manager in 2000 and 2002.
José Mourinho, winning manager in 2004 and 2010.
Pep Guardiola, winning manager in 2009 and 2011.
Final Nationality Winning manager Country Club Ref
1956  ESP José Villalonga  ESP Real Madrid [4]
1957  ESP José Villalonga  ESP Real Madrid [4]
1958  ARG Luis Carniglia  ESP Real Madrid [4]
1959  ARG Luis Carniglia  ESP Real Madrid [4]
1960  ESP Miguel Muñoz  ESP Real Madrid [4]
1961  HUN Béla Guttmann  POR Benfica [4]
1962  HUN Béla Guttmann  POR Benfica [4]
1963  ITA Nereo Rocco  ITA Milan [4]
1964  ARG Helenio Herrera  ITA Internazionale [4]
1965  ARG Helenio Herrera  ITA Internazionale [4]
1966  ESP Miguel Muñoz  ESP Real Madrid [4]
1967  SCO Jock Stein  SCO Celtic [5]
1968  SCO Matt Busby  ENG Manchester United [6]
1969  ITA Nereo Rocco  ITA Milan [4]
1970  AUT Ernst Happel  NED Feyenoord [7]
1971  NED Rinus Michels  NED Ajax [8]
1972  ROU Ștefan Kovács  NED Ajax [4]
1973  ROU Ștefan Kovács  NED Ajax [4]
1974  FRG Udo Lattek  FRG Bayern Munich [9]
1975  FRG Dettmar Cramer  FRG Bayern Munich [4]
1976  FRG Dettmar Cramer  FRG Bayern Munich [4]
1977  ENG Bob Paisley  ENG Liverpool [4]
1978  ENG Bob Paisley  ENG Liverpool [4]
1979  ENG Brian Clough  ENG Nottingham Forest [4]
1980  ENG Brian Clough  ENG Nottingham Forest [4]
1981  ENG Bob Paisley  ENG Liverpool [4]
1982  ENG Tony Barton  ENG Aston Villa [10]
1983  AUT Ernst Happel  FRG Hamburg [11]
1984  ENG Joe Fagan  ENG Liverpool [12]
1985  ITA Giovanni Trapattoni  ITA Juventus [13]
1986  ROU Emerich Jenei  ROU Steaua București [14]
1987  POR Artur Jorge  POR Porto [15]
1988  NED Guus Hiddink  NED PSV Eindhoven [16]
1989  ITA Arrigo Sacchi  ITA Milan [4]
1990  ITA Arrigo Sacchi  ITA Milan [4]
1991  YUG Ljupko Petrović  YUG Red Star Belgrade [17]
1992  NED Johan Cruyff  ESP Barcelona [18]
1993  BEL Raymond Goethals  FRA Marseille [19]
1994  ITA Fabio Capello  ITA Milan [20]
1995  NED Louis van Gaal  NED Ajax [21]
1996  ITA Marcello Lippi  ITA Juventus [22]
1997  GER Ottmar Hitzfeld  GER Borussia Dortmund [4]
1998  GER Jupp Heynckes  ESP Real Madrid [23]
1999  SCO Alex Ferguson  ENG Manchester United [24]
2000  ESP Vicente del Bosque  ESP Real Madrid [4]
2001  GER Ottmar Hitzfeld  GER Bayern Munich [4]
2002  ESP Vicente del Bosque  ESP Real Madrid [4]
2003  ITA Carlo Ancelotti  ITA Milan [25]
2004  POR José Mourinho  POR Porto [26]
2005  ESP Rafael Benítez  ENG Liverpool [27]
2006  NED Frank Rijkaard  ESP Barcelona [28]
2007  ITA Carlo Ancelotti  ITA Milan [29]
2008  SCO Alex Ferguson  ENG Manchester United [30]
2009  ESP Pep Guardiola  ESP Barcelona [31]
2010  POR José Mourinho  ITA Internazionale [32]
2011  ESP Pep Guardiola  ESP Barcelona [33]
2012  ITA Roberto Di Matteo  ENG Chelsea [34]
2013  GER Jupp Heynckes  GER Bayern Munich [35]
2014  ITA Carlo Ancelotti  ESP Real Madrid [36]
2015  ESP Luis Enrique  ESP Barcelona [37]
2016  FRA Zinedine Zidane  ESP Real Madrid [38]
2017  FRA Zinedine Zidane  ESP Real Madrid [39]
2018  FRA Zinedine Zidane  ESP Real Madrid [40]

Managers with multiple European Cup and Champions League titles

Rank Nation Manager Won Years won Clubs
1 England Bob Paisley 3 1977, 1978, 1981 Liverpool
Italy Carlo Ancelotti 3 2003, 2007, 2014 Milan, Real Madrid
France Zinedine Zidane 3 2016, 2017, 2018 Real Madrid
4 Spain José Villalonga 2 1956, 1957 Real Madrid
Argentina Luis Carniglia 2 1958, 1959 Real Madrid
Hungary Béla Guttmann 2 1961, 1962 Benfica
Argentina Helenio Herrera 2 1964, 1965 Internazionale
Spain Miguel Muñoz 2 1960, 1966 Real Madrid
Italy Nereo Rocco 2 1963, 1969 Milan
Romania Ștefan Kovács 2 1972, 1973 Ajax
Germany Dettmar Cramer 2 1975, 1976 Bayern Munich
England Brian Clough 2 1979, 1980 Nottingham Forest
Austria Ernst Happel 2 1970, 1983 Feyenoord, Hamburg
Italy Arrigo Sacchi 2 1989, 1990 Milan
West Germany Ottmar Hitzfeld 2 1997, 2001 Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich
Spain Vicente del Bosque 2 2000, 2002 Real Madrid
Scotland Alex Ferguson 2 1999, 2008 Manchester United
Portugal José Mourinho 2 2004, 2010 Porto, Internazionale
Spain Josep Guardiola 2 2009, 2011 Barcelona
Germany Jupp Heynckes 2 1998, 2013 Real Madrid, Bayern Munich
Bold = Still active as manager

By nationality

This table lists the total number of titles won by managers of each country.

Nationality Number of
wins
 Italy 11
 Spain 10
 England 7
 Germany 7
 Netherlands 5
 Argentina 4
 Scotland 4
 France 3
 Portugal 3
 Romania 3
 Austria 2
 Hungary 2
 Belgium 1
 Yugoslavia 1

See also

References

General
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  30. ^ "United strike gold in shoot out". UEFA. 2008-05-22. Retrieved 2008-05-22. 
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External links

  • UEFA Champions league official history
  • RSSSF European Cups Archive
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