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Paris aim to join multiple trophy winners

Paris Saint-Germain have won two European trophies to date – but are aiming for three more in different competitions over the next few weeks. We see which clubs have won the most.

Paris won the 1996 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup to open their European account
Paris won the 1996 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup to open their European account ©Getty Images

Paris Saint-Germain have won two European trophies to date – but in the next few weeks could add three more in as many different competitions and join a unique group of clubs.

No club have ever won UEFA's premier prizes for men's, youth and women's football in the same season. Yet on Friday, Paris compete in the UEFA Youth League semi-finals, and they are also through to the same stage of the UEFA Women's Champions League and hope to get past Manchester City on Tuesday to make the men's last four.

Not only that, with Paris having won the defunct UEFA Cup Winners' Cup and UEFA Intertoto Cup, victories in the UEFA Champions League and subsequent UEFA Super Cup would leave them a UEFA Europa League triumph away from emulating Juventus as the only team to have lifted all of UEFA's current and past men's club trophies. UEFA.com lists the clubs with the most such honours to their names and which can still emulate Juventus.

1996: Juve beat Paris for UEFA Super Cup
1996: Juve beat Paris for UEFA Super Cup©Jacques Demarthon/AFP

MEN'S SENIOR CLUB COMPETITIONS (key to abbreviations at foot):

  • Have won all five trophies (UCL, UEL, CWC, UIC, SCUP)


  • Missing only UCL


  • Missing only UIC

Ajax, Bayern München, Chelsea

  • Missing only two
When Aston Villa won the European Cup: 1982
When Aston Villa won the European Cup: 1982©Bob Thomas/Getty Images

AC Milan (UEL, UIC)
Anderlecht (UCL, UIC)
Aston Villa (CWC, UEL)
Atlético Madrid (UCL, UIC*)
Barcelona (UEL, Intertoto)
Hamburg (UEL, SCUP)
Liverpool (CWC, UIC)
Manchester United (UEL, UIC)
Parma (UCL, UIC)
Porto (CWC, UIC)
Real Madrid (CWC, UIC)

(*Atlético qualified for the UEFA Cup via the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 2007 but by then there was only one overall Intertoto winner: the team that got furthest in the UEFA Cup, Hamburg)

  • Teams that can still emulate Juventus (ie have won CWC & UIC)
Valencia add to collection: 2004
Valencia add to collection: 2004©Getty Images

Valencia (need UCL)
Hamburg (need UEL, SCUP)
Paris Saint-Germain (need UCL, UEL, SCUP)
Werder Bremen (need UCL, UEL, SCUP)
West Ham (need UCL, UEL, SCUP)

Ajax, Bayern München, Chelsea, Juventus

  • Can complete the set this season

Borussia Dortmund (UEL)


  • Teams that have won men's and non-men's competitions
Barcelona's second futsal title: 2014
Barcelona's second futsal title: 2014©Sportsfile

Barcelona: UCL, CWC, SCUP, FUT, UYL
Arsenal: CWC, UWCL
Benfica: UCL, FUT

(None of these clubs have ever won a senior men's and non-senior men's or women's competition in the same season, as Paris are aiming to do)

  • Most overall trophies: UCL, CWC, UEL, UIC, SCUP, UWCL, FUT, UYL

Barcelona 17 (5, 4, 0, 0, 5, 0, 2, 1) – also won Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
Real Madrid 14 (10, 0, 2, 0, 2, 0, 0, 0)
AC Milan 14 (7, 2, 0, 0, 5, 0, 0, 0)
Liverpool 11 (5, 0, 3, 0, 3, 0, 0, 0)
Juventus 9 (2, 1, 3, 1, 2, 0, 0, 0)

(Bayern München on 8 could move to 10 by winning UCL & SCUP this season)

Key: UCL=European Cup/UEFA Champions League, UEL=UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League (Inter-Cities Fairs Cup was not a UEFA competition), CWC=European/UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, UIC=UEFA Intertoto Cup (every 'winner' from 1995 until 2005, from 2006 to 2008 only the overall winner that progressed furthest in UEFA Cup), SCUP=UEFA Super Cup, UWCL=UEFA Women's Cup/UEFA Women's Champions League, FUT=UEFA Futsal Cup, UYL=UEFA Youth League

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