Roll of honour 2018: all the trophy winners

Spanish clubs claimed five of UEFA's six club trophies in 2018, while Spain's female youth teams had a stellar year.

2018 UEFA/FIFA club competition finals

UEFA Champions League (Kyiv): Real Madrid 3-1 Liverpool
UEFA Europa League (Lyon): Atlético Madrid 3-0 Marseille
UEFA Super Cup (Tallinn): Atlético Madrid 4-2aet Real Madrid
UEFA Women's Champions League (Kyiv): Lyon 4-1aet Wolfsburg
UEFA Youth League (Nyon): Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea
UEFA Futsal Cup (Zaragoza): Inter FS 5-2 Sporting CP
FIFA Club World Cup (UAE): Real Madrid 4-1 Al Ain

Atlético Madrid with the UEFA Europa League silverware
Atlético Madrid with the UEFA Europa League silverware©Getty Images

2018 UEFA/FIFA national-team competitions

UEFA European Under-19 Championship (Finland): Portugal 4-3aet Italy
UEFA European Under-17 Championship (England): Netherlands 2-2, 4-1p Italy
UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship (Switzerland): Spain 1-0 Germany
UEFA European Women's Under-17 Championship (Lithuania): Spain 2-0 Germany
UEFA Futsal EURO (Ljubljana): Portugal 3-2aet Spain
FIFA World Cup (Russia): France 4-2 Croatia
FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup (France): Japan 3-1 Spain
FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup (Uruguay): Spain 2-1 Mexico

France won the World Cup in Russia
France won the World Cup in Russia©Getty Images

Other UEFA competition holders

UEFA EURO: Portugal (2016, next edition 2020)
UEFA U21 EURO: Germany (2017, next edition 2019)
UEFA Women's EURO: Netherlands (2017, next edition 2021)
UEFA Regions' Cup: Zagreb (2017, next edition 2019)

The first UEFA Nations League, UEFA Women's Futsal EURO and UEFA Under-19 Futsal EURO finals are played in 2019.

Who makes your Team of the Year?

Luka Modrić collects the Ballon d'Or
Luka Modrić collects the Ballon d'Or©Getty Images

Player honours

UEFA Men's Player of the Year: Luka Modrić (Real Madrid/Croatia)
UEFA Women's Player of the Year: Pernille Harder (Wolfsburg/Denmark)
The Best FIFA Men's Player: Luka Modrić (Real Madrid/Croatia)
The Best FIFA Women's Player: Marta (Orlando Pride/Brazil)
Men's Ballon d'Or 2018: Luka Modrić (Real Madrid/Croatia)
Women's Ballon d'Or 2018: Ada Hegerberg (Lyon)
UEFA Goal of the Season 2017/18: Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid v Juventus)

Domestic league and cup winners
NAT League champions Cup winners
ALB Skënderbeu

Skënderbeu

AND FC Santa Coloma FC Santa Coloma
ARM Alashkert Gandzasar
AUT Salzburg Sturm Graz
AZE Qarabağ Keşla FK
BEL Club Brugge Standard Liège
BIH Zrinjski Željezničar
BLR* BATE Borisov Dinamo Brest
BUL Ludogorets Razgrad Slavia Sofia
CRO Dinamo Zagreb Dinamo Zagreb
CYP APOEL AEK Larnaca
CZE Viktoria Plzeň Slavia Praha
DEN Midtjylland Brøndby
ENG Manchester City Chelsea
ESP Barcelona Barcelona
EST* Nõmme Kalju FC Levadia Tallinn
FIN* HJK Helsinki Inter Turku
FRA Paris Saint-Germain Paris Saint-Germain
FRO* HB Tórshavn B36 Tórshavn
GEO* Saburtalo Torpedo Kutaisi
GER Bayern München Eintracht Frankfurt
GIB Lincoln Red Imps Europa
GRE AEK Athens PAOK
HUN Videoton Újpest
IRL* Dundalk Dundalk
ISL* Valur Reykjavík Stjarnan
ISR Hapoel Beer-Sheva Hapoel Haifa
ITA Juventus Juventus
KAZ* Astana Kairat Almaty
KOS Drita Prishtina
LIE no league Vaduz
LTU* Sūduva Žalgiris
LUX Dudelange Racing Union
LVA* Riga FC Riga FC
MDA* Sheriff Milsami
MKD Shkëndija Shkëndija
MLT Valletta Valletta
MNE Sutjeska Mladost Podgorica
NED PSV Eindhoven Feyenoord
NIR Crusaders Coleraine
NOR* Rosenborg Rosenborg
POL Legia Warszawa Legia Warszawa
POR Porto Aves
ROU CFR Cluj Universitatea Craiova
RUS Lokomotiv Moskva Tosno
SCO Celtic Celtic
SMR La Fiorita La Fiorita
SRB Crvena zvezda Partizan
SVK Spartak Trnava Slovan Bratislava
SVN Olimpija Ljubljana Olimpija Ljubljana
SUI Young Boys Zürich
SWE* AIK Djurgården
TUR Galatasaray Akhisarspor
UKR Shakhtar Donetsk Shakhtar Donetsk
WAL The New Saints Connah's Quay Nomads

*Summer league (Belarusian, Estonian, Finnish, Moldovan and Swedish Cups in winter season)

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