How many trophies has Jurgen Klopp won? Complete list by year of trophies won by the German Coach


The German Coach Jurgen Klopp has revitalized Liverpool Football Club since taking the helm in 2015. Under his leadership, the club has transformed from a side struggling in and around the Europa League places to one of the best and most consistent performers in Europe.

The Reds are on course for more success in 2023/24: they lead the Premier League after 21 games, are in the Carabao Cup final and remain in contention to win both the Europa League and the FA Cup this season. However, should Klopp deliver more silverware this year, it will be his last at Anfield: the German manager shocked the footballing world when it was announced on January 26 that he would be stepping down at the end of the season.

Despite the huge success, Klopp didn’t get his way in the final, there was even talk of a ‘Klopp curse’ once upon a time. However, his success with Liverpool helped him move away from such marks.

We look back at Klopp’s illustrious career and his results in the finals – good and bad – and analyze a managerial career full of ups and downs.

How many trophies has Jurgen Klopp won?

Klopp won 11 major trophies during his time at Mainz, Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool, including the UEFA Champions League. He also won the 2022 Community Shield with Liverpool and secured promotion to the Bundesliga with Mainz in the 2003–04 season.

He won promotion to the Bundesliga with Mainz in 2004 and then won Bundesliga titles with Dortmund from 2010-2012.

Season Club Trophy
2022-23 Liverpool Community Shield
2021-22 Liverpool FA Cup
2021-22 Liverpool League Cup
2019-20 Liverpool English Premier League
2019-20 Liverpool FIFA Club World Cup
2019-20 Liverpool UEFA Super Cup
2018-19 Liverpool UEFA Champions League
2014-15 Borussia Dortmund DFL-Supercup
2013-14 Borussia Dortmund DFL-Supercup
2011-12 Borussia Dortmund DFB-Pokal
2011-12 Borussia Dortmund Bundesliga
2010-11 Borussia Dortmund Bundesliga

He won his first cup final in 2012 and added to his DFB-Pokal collection by beating Bayern Munich 5-2. He then added two DFL-Supercups in 2013 and 2014.

After a difficult run in the finals where his performance in big games was openly questioned, Klopp finally broke through in 2019 with Liverpool as they secured the club’s sixth European Cup, beating Tottenham 2-0 in the final.

This success earned the Reds the right to face Chelsea in the UEFA Super Cup final, winning it on penalties. They then headed to the FIFA Club World Cup where they beat Flamengo 1-0 in extra time thanks to Roberto Firmino’s winner. Klopp helped Liverpool bring two trophies that the club had never secured before.

A first-ever Premier League title also followed, as Liverpool dominated the 2019-20 season in a brilliant campaign, delivering a historic treble.

In 2021–22, Klopp won his 11th and 12th trophies with penalty shootout victories over Chelsea in the Carabao Cup and FA Cup finals. Both games ended in goalless draws and while the first shootout in February needed the goalkeepers to kick – it ended 11-10 to the Reds – the FA Cup shoot-out ended 6-5 in Liverpool’s favour.

Liverpool beat Chelsea again a few months later at Wembley in the final, this time more convincingly with a 3–1 win that lifted the Community Shield. The two will meet again in February 2024, this time in the Carabao Cup final.

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