Every footballer is excited to win trophies with their clubs and countries. The titles and awards footballers win while playing are sometimes used to determine their greatness as footballers.
The truth is that winning titles is very key in football! Coaches even get sacked for not being able to guide their teams to win trophies.
We have put together a list of footballers who have won the most trophies. We have four African footballers in our list and they are all Egyptians… Yeah!
Check them out:
Wael Gomaa (36 titles)
Wael Gomaa played as a defender for Egyptian club, Al Ahly and Egypt’s National Football Team. He is regarded as the best Egyptian Centre back ever and one of the best players in African football history.
Oleksandr Shoovkovskiy (36 titles)
Oleksandr Volodymyrovych Shovkovskiy played Dynamo Kyiv as a goalkeeper from 1993 t0 1996. He won all 36 trophies while playing for one club (Dynamo Kyiv).
Ibrahim Hassan (37 titles)
The Egyptian legend, Ibrahim Hassan, won a total of 37 trophies during his career for both club and country, all of which he spent in his home country. Hassan who appeared 125 times for his country, starred for Al Ahly for whom he played in two different spells.
Maxwell (37 titles)
Maxwell at the time of his retirement was the most decorated footballer in Europe. He won 37 titles while playing for Ajax, Inter Milan, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain as a left-back.
Maxwell is currently the assistant sporting director at PSG.
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Andres Iniesta (37 titles)
Andres Iniesta won most of his trophies while playing for Barcelona and Spain. He’s regarded as one of the best midfielders in the history of world football.
Iniesta currently plays for Vissel Kobe in Japan.
Hossam Hassan (41 titles)
Hossam Hassan is also Egypt’s all-time record goalscorer with 69 goals. He played for Al Ahly (Egypt) and Al Ain (UAE). Hossam Hassan is the current manager of Smouha SC in the Egyptian Premier League.
Dani Alves (43 titles)
Dani Alves is the most decorated footballer in the world! He won 42 of these trophies while playing for Sevilla, Barcelona, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain as a right-back. He’s touted as one of the best right-backs in the history of world football.
Alves won his 43rd trophy when he captained Brazil to win the Copa America this year.
Dani Alves currently plays for São Paulo in Brazil.