Real Madrid's Zinédine Zidane has become the seventh man to win the European Cup as a player and a coach; UEFA.com examines the six who have already done it.
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- Captain of the Madrid sides that won the first two editions of the European Champion Clubs' Cup, Muñoz was coach by the time the Merengues made it five in a row and was still in charge when they added a sixth six years later.
- The venerable Italian was a midfielder for the first two of the Rossoneri's seven European Cup victories but has lifted the trophy only once as a coach, albeit in the immediate aftermath of the Heysel tragedy in 1985.
- Perhaps the most revered exponent of the 'Total Football' that helped Ajax to three straight European Cups, Cruyff scored twice in the 1972 final. The Dutchman encouraged a similarly fluid style as coach of the Barça team that prevailed in 1992.
- A player in the last side to have retained the trophy – Milan's vintage of 25 years ago – Ancelotti is also one of just two coaches, together with Englishman Bob Paisley, to have picked up three European Cups. He could make it four with Bayern München in 2017, which would make him the first coach to win with three clubs.
- Rijkaard was Ancelotti's midfield sidekick in the 1989 and 1990 finals, getting the only goal in the latter. He then claimed a third title – defeating Milan in the final – in 1995, his final game as a player, before guiding Barça all the way in 2006.
- Part of Cruyff's triumphant Wembley team of 1992, Guardiola enjoyed further success in the Camp Nou dugout, steering the Azulgrana to UEFA Champions League glory a year after being appointed to his first senior coaching job.
As a player: Real Madrid in 2002
As a coach: Real Madrid in 2016
- As a player, he lost in the 1997 and 1998 finals with Juventus before at last tasting UEFA Champions League success in 2002 with a memorable winner for Madrid against Bayer Leverkusen in Glasgow. He was first-time lucky with the club as a coach.