The great title collectors: Champions League, Europa League, EURO and World Cup​​​​​​​

Sports

Jürgen Kohler
EURO: Germany (1996)
FIFA World Cup: Germany (1990)
European Cup/Champions League: Borussia Dortmund (1996/97)
UEFA Cup/Europa League: Juventus (1992/93)

Andreas Möller
EURO: Germany (1996)
FIFA World Cup: Germany (1990)
European Cup/Champions League: Borussia Dortmund (1996/97)
UEFA Cup/Europa League: Juventus (1992/93)

Juan Mata
EURO: Spain (2012)
FIFA World Cup: Spain (2010)
European Cup/Champions League: Chelsea (2011/12)
UEFA Cup/Europa League: Chelsea (2012/13) and Manchester United (2016/ 17)

Fernando Torres
EURO: Spain (2008 and 2012)
FIFA World Cup: Spain (2010)
European Cup/Champions League: Chelsea (2011/12)
UEFA Cup/Europa League: Chelsea (2012/13) and Atlético (2017 /18)

Pedro
EURO: Spain (2012)
FIFA World Cup: Spain (2010)
European Cup/Champions League: Barcelona (2008/09, 2010/11 and 2014/15)
UEFA Cup/Europa League: Chelsea (2018/19 )

Gerd Müller
EURO: West Germany (1972)
FIFA World Cup: West Germany (1974)
European Cup/Champions League: Bayern (1973/74, 1974/75 and 1975/76)
European Cup Winners’ Cup: Bayern ( 1966/67)

Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck
EURO: West Germany (1972)
FIFA World Cup: West Germany (1974)
European Cup/Champions League: Bayern (1973/74, 1974/75 and 1975/76)
European Cup Winners’ Cup: Bayern (1966/67)

Sepp Maier
EURO: West Germany (1972)
FIFA World Cup: West Germany (1974)
European Cup/Champions League: Bayern (1973/74, 1974/75 and 1975/76)
European Cup Winners’ Cup: Bayern ( 1966/67)

Special mention deserves one of the great legends of European football, Franz Beckenbauer, who rounded off his tremendous track record as a footballer with glory also as a coach…

Franz Beckenbauer
EURO: West Germany (1972)
FIFA World Cup: West Germany (1974 and 1990*)
European Cup/Champions League: Bayern (1973/74, 1974/75 and 1975/76)
European Cup Winners’ Cup : Bayern (1966/67)
UEFA Cup/Europa League: Bayern (1995/96*)

A similar case is that of Jupp Heynckes, a tremendous Gladbach striker who lacked the great title of the European Cup as a player, although he would achieve it years later as a coach on the bench for Real Madrid and Bayern.

Jupp Heynckes
EURO: West Germany (1972)
FIFA World Cup: West Germany (1974)
European Cup/Champions League: Real Madrid (1997/98*) and Bayern (2012/13*)
UEFA Cup /Europa League: Monchengladbach (1974/75)