How many times has Pep Guardiola won the UEFA Champions League?


Pep Guardiola has taken Manchester City to another UEFA Champions League final, and many wonder how many times he has won the tournament so far.

And the Manchester City manager is looking to improve his reputation by winning the Champions League title with Manchester City this season, who are through to June’s final to face Inter Milan.

The famous old competition remains the only major trophy to have eluded Guardiola so far during his seven-year spell in Manchester, collecting four Premier League medals and a host of domestic cup silverware.

From there, he moved to Manchester City, where has continued to find success, finally breaking through in the UEFA Champions League after a long dry spell in the continental competition.

Pep Guardiola trophies won

Across his stints at Barcelona, Bayern Munich, and Manchester City, Guardiola has won 11 league titles.

He has also won 15 domestic cups, although it’s worth remembering his time in England has seen him competing for two domestic cups every season, the FA Cup and the League Cup, while Germany and Spain only feature one domestic cup, the DFB-Pokal and the Copa del Rey, respectively, with an occasional Super Cup participation.

  • Domestic league titles: 11 (3-Barcelona, 3-Bayern, 5-Man City)
  • Domestic cups: 15 (5-Spain, 2-Germany, 8-England)
    • Copa del Rey (Spain): 2
    • Supercopa de Espana (Spain): 3
    • DFB Pokal (Germany): 2
    • FA Cup (England): 2
    • League Cup (England): 4
    • Community Shield (England): 2

In international competition, Guardiola has won the Champions League twice with Barcelona and once with Manchester City. He also has three UEFA Super Cups, as well as three FIFA Club World Cups (twice with Barcelona and once with Bayern Munich).

  • Champions League: 3
  • UEFA Super Cups: 3
  • FIFA Club World Cup: 3

Guardiola also won the Tercera Division (3rd Division) during his year at Barcelona B, and he holds the record for the most consecutive games won in the Premier League, Bundesliga, and La Liga.

Pep Guardiola’s trophies in Premier League

Having taken over in 2016, Pep Guardiola spent some time adapting to the competitiveness of the Premier League, while also making changes to the playing squad at City. However, he soon found his feet and he has won five Premier League titles in the last six seasons with his latest coming in the 2022-23 campaign as they overcame Arsenal.

In the 2017-18 season, he managed a double, as his team won the Premier League and the League Cup, a feat they repeated in the 2020-21 season. They picked up another League Cup in the 2019-20 season.

The 2018-19 season was impressive, seeing the team manage the domestic treble of the Premier League, FA Cup, and League Cup.

The 2022-23 has now surpassed that 2018-19 season after they claimed a the greatest treble: the UEFA Champions League (vs. Inter Milan) to go alongside the Premier League and FA Cup.

  • 2016-17: —
  • 2017-18: Premier League, League Cup
  • 2018-19: Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, Community Shield
  • 2019-20: League Cup, Community Shield
  • 2020-21: Premier League, League Cup
  • 2021-22: Premier League
  • 2022:23: Premier League, FA Cup

    Pep Guardiola’s Bayern Munich trophies

    Expectations were always high when Guardiola joined a side with the domestic dominance of Bayern Munich, and he didn’t disappoint.

    While evolving the tactical framework he implemented at Barcelona, Guardiola’s side waltzed to the Bundesliga titles all three seasons he was at the club, 2013-14 to 2015-16. He also picked up the DFB-Pokal twice, in the first and last season.

    The team had already qualified for the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup when Guardiola joined, and he helped them win both competitions. However, it was a source of disappointment to many that he didn’t bring the Champions League to Bayern Munich. As has been the case at City, he was accused of overthinking team selections and tactical approaches for big European games.

    Guardiola’s first management job at senior level was certainly eye-catching.

    In his first season, 2008-09, he won the treble of La Liga, the Copa del Rey, and the UEFA Champions League.

    His team defended the league title over the next two seasons, while winning another Champions League in 2010-11, and a second Copa del Rey in 2011-12.

    In addition, Barcelona twice won both the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup twice, after each of their Champions League wins.

    On top of that, won the Supercopa de Espana in 2009, 2010, and 2011. Guardiola’s Barcelona team were seen by many as a breath of fresh air, as his intensely detailed approach produced a side that regularly swept all before them.

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