Dalglish on list of Europe's most decorated players

Friday marks the 65th birthday of Kenny Dalglish, who won 24 major trophies as a player; UEFA.com marks the occasion with a look at some of Europe's most successful footballers.

Kenny Dalglish celebrates winning the 1978 European Champion Clubs' Cup final with Liverpool
Kenny Dalglish celebrates winning the 1978 European Champion Clubs' Cup final with Liverpool ©Getty Images

Today is the 65th birthday of Kenny Dalglish, who amassed 24 trophies as a player with Celtic and Liverpool. To mark the occasion, UEFA.com runs down a list of some of Europe's other most successful players.

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Europe's roll of honour major trophies won

Ryan Giggs – 25 trophies
• Manchester United: 2 UEFA Champions League, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 1 European-South American Cup, 1 FIFA Club World Cup, 13 league, 4 FA Cup, 3 English League Cup

Kenny Dalglish – 24 trophies
• Celtic: 4 league, 4 Scottish Cup, 1 League Cup
• Liverpool: 3 European Cup, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 6 league, 1 FA Cup, 4 League Cup

Andrés Iniesta – 23 trophies
• Spain: 1 FIFA World Cup, 2 UEFA European Championship
• Barcelona: 4 UEFA Champions League, 3 UEFA Super Cup, 3 FIFA Club World Cup, 7 league, 3 Copa del Rey

Watch Dalglish score Liverpool's winner in 1978 European Cup final
Watch Dalglish score Liverpool's winner in 1978 European Cup final

Olexandr Shovkovskiy – 23 trophies
• Dynamo Kyiv: 13 league, 10 Ukrainian Cup

Daniel Alves – 22 trophies
• Brazil: 1 Copa América
• Sevilla: 2 UEFA Cup, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 1 Copa del Rey
• Barcelona: 3 UEFA Champions League, 3 UEFA Super Cup, 3 FIFA Club World Cup, 5 league, 3 Copa del Rey

Vítor Baía – 22 trophies
• Porto: 1 UEFA Champions League, 1 UEFA Cup, 1 European-South America Cup, 10 league, 5 Portuguese Cup
• Barcelona: 1 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, 1 League, 2 Copa del Rey

Johan Cruyff – 22 trophies
• Ajax: 3 European Cup, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 1 European-South American Cup, 8 league, 5 Dutch Cup
• Barcelona: 1 league, 1 Copa del Rey
• Feyenoord: 1 league, 1 Dutch Cup

Xavi Hernández – 22 trophies
• Spain: 1 FIFA World Cup, 2 UEFA European Championship
• Barcelona: 4 UEFA Champions League, 2 UEFA Super Cup, 2 FIFA Club World Cup, 8 league, 3 Copa del Rey

Xavi Hernández with the UEFA Champions League trophy in 2015
Xavi Hernández with the UEFA Champions League trophy in 2015©Getty Images

Paco Gento – 21 trophies
• Real Madrid: 6 European Cup, 1 European-South American Cup, 12 league, 2 Copa del Rey

Paolo Maldini – 21 trophies
• AC Milan: 5 European Cup, 5 UEFA Super Cup, 2 European-South American Cup, 1 FIFA Club World Cup, 7 league, 1 Coppa Italia

Gerard Piqué – 21 trophies
• Spain: 1 FIFA World Cup, 1 UEFA European Championship
• Manchester United: 1 UEFA Champions League, 1 league
• Barcelona: 3 UEFA Champions League, 3 UEFA Super Cup, 3 FIFA Club World Cup, 5 league, 3 Copa del Rey

Roar Strand – 21 trophies
• Rosenborg: 16 league, 5 Norwegian Cup

Lionel Messi – 20 trophies
• Barcelona: 4 UEFA Champions League, 3 UEFA Super Cup, 3 FIFA Club World Cup, 7 league, 3 Copa del Rey

Mário Coluna – 19 trophies
Benfica: 2 European Cup, 10 league, 7 Portuguese Cup

Alessandro Costacurta – 19 trophies
• AC Milan: 5 European Cup, 4 UEFA Super Cup, 2 European-South American Cup, 7 league, 1 Coppa Italia

Serhiy Rebrov is now coach at Dynamo
Serhiy Rebrov is now coach at Dynamo©Getty Images

Serhiy Rebrov – 19 trophies
• Dynamo Kyiv: 9 league, 7 Ukrainian Cup
• Fenerbahçe: 1 league
• Rubin Kazan: 2 league

Frank Rijkaard – 19 trophies
• Netherlands: 1 UEFA European Championship
• Ajax: 1 UEFA Champions League, 1 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, 5 league, 3 Dutch Cup
• AC Milan: 2 European Cup, 2 UEFA Super Cup, 2 European-South American Cup, 2 league

Bastian Schweinsteiger – 19 trophies
• Germany: 1 FIFA World Cup
• Bayern München: 1 UEFA Champions League, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 1 FIFA Club World Cup, 8 league, 7 DFB-Pokal

Edwin van der Sar – 19 trophies
• Ajax: 1 UEFA Champions League, 1 UEFA Cup, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 1 European-South American Cup, 4 league, 3 Dutch Cup
• Manchester United: 1 UEFA Champions League, 1 FIFA Club World Cup, 4 league, 2 English League Cup

Marius Lăcătuș – 18 trophies
• Steaua Bucureşti: 1 European Cup, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 10 league, 6 Romanian Cup

Jari Litmanen – 18 trophies
• MyPa: 1 Finnish Cup
• Ajax: 1 UEFA Champions League, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 1 European-South American Cup, 5 league, 3 Dutch Cup
• Liverpool: 1 UEFA Cup, 1 Super Cup, 1 English FA Cup, 1 English League Cup
• HJK Helsinki: 1 league, 1 Finnish Cup

Vazha Tarkhnishvili – 18 trophies
• Sheriff: 11 league, 7 Moldovan Cup

Paolo Maldini after AC Milan's 2007 UEFA Champions League win
Paolo Maldini after AC Milan's 2007 UEFA Champions League win©Getty Images

Iker Casillas – 17 trophies
• Spain: 1 FIFA World Cup, 2 UEFA European Championship
• Real Madrid: 3 UEFA Champions League, 2 UEFA Super Cup, 1 European-South American Cup, 1 FIFA Club World Cup, 5 league, 2 Copa del Rey

Eusébio – 17 trophies
• Benfica: 1 European Cup, 11 league, 5 Portuguese Cup

Luís Figo – 17 trophies
Sporting: 1 Portuguese Cup
Barcelona: 1 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, 2 league, 2 Copa del Rey,
Real Madrid: 1 UEFA Champions League, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 1 European-South American Cup, 2 league
Internazionale: 4 league, 2 Coppa Italia

Philipp Lahm – 17 trophies
• Germany: 1 FIFA World Cup
• Bayern München: 1 UEFA Champions League, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 1 FIFA Club World Cup, 7 league, 6 DFB-Pokal

Carles Puyol – 17 trophies
• Spain: 1 FIFA World Cup, 1 UEFA European Championship
• Barcelona: 3 UEFA Champions League, 2 UEFA Super Cup, 2 FIFA Club World Cup, 6 league, 2 Copa del Rey

Darijo Srna – 17 trophies
• Hajduk Split: 1 league, 2 Croatian Cup
• Shakhtar Donetsk: 1 UEFA Cup, 8 league, 5 Ukrainian Cup

Víctor Valdés – 17 trophies
• Spain: 1 FIFA World Cup, 1 UEFA European Championship
• Barcelona: 3 UEFA Champions League, 2 UEFA Super Cup, 2 FIFA Club World Cup, 6 league, 2 Copa del Rey

*Senior trophies only. Includes major UEFA competitions; does not include domestic Super Cups

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