Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most decorated players in soccer history. He has played for some of the biggest clubs all over Europe and won several trophies. He has also won a couple of trophies with the Portugal national team.
The Portugues icon, who now plays for Saudi Pro League side Al-Nassr, has also racked up numerous individual awards. He has won the Ballon d’Or five times, the European golden shoe five times, the Pichichi trophy thrice, and also a player of the year trophy in La Liga, Premier League, and Serie A.
Cristiano Ronaldo – 32 career official trophies. THE BREAKDOWN 🐐📸
— TCR. (@TeamCRonaldo) July 27, 2020
He has won a total of 32 trophies in his career. The former Manchester United star has scored 827 goals in 1152 official matches.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s trophies with Portugal
Ronaldo made his debut for the Portuguese national team on August 20, 2003. He came on as a substitute in a 1-0 win against Kazakhstan. Since then, Ronaldo has gone on to break record after record. First, he became the top scorer for the Portuguese national team. Later, he became the highest international scorer ever. As of now, Ronaldo has scored 118 goals for Portugal in 196 matches.
Twice Cristiano Ronaldo won the trophy with his National Team Portugal
🏆 UEFA Euro 2016
🏆 UEFA Nations League 2019 pic.twitter.com/f3Nx84d1hB
— TheRMadridTV (@TheRMadridTV) June 9, 2019
He has won the UEFA Euro in 2016 and the UEFA Nations League with Portugal in 2018/19. Unfortunately, Ronaldo could not add the coveted FIFA World Cup to his list of achievements after five attempts with his nation. Portugal lost 1-0 to Morocco in the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s trophies with Sporting Lisbon
At age 16, Ronaldo was promoted to the first team at Sporting Lisbon. He played for numerous youth teams, the B team, and the first team in the same season. On September 29, 2002, he made his Portuguese league debut. He went on to appear in 31 matches for the Portuguese club and scored five goals.
ON THIS DAY: In 2002, Cristiano Ronaldo made his Sporting Lisbon debut..
The rest is history. pic.twitter.com/4165PjCdkD
— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) August 14, 2017
With Sporting Lisbon, Ronaldo won just one trophy in one season before moving to Manchester United. He won the Portuguese Super Cup, also called the Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira. He won the cup in 2002.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s trophies with Manchester United
Sir Alex Ferguson became fond of Ronaldo after United played a friendly with Sporting and the Portuguese mesmerized everyone with his skills. Ferguson took him under his wing and gave him the nurturing that was needed. Ronaldo became an unstoppable machine at United. In his two stints at the club, Ronaldo played 346 matches scoring 145 goals and assisting 64.
Ronaldo did not win any trophies with United in his second stint that had begun in the summer of 2021. In his first stint, he won nine trophies. His titles included three Premier League titles (2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09), one FA Cup (2003–04), two Football League Cup titles (2005–06, 2008–09), one FA Community Shield (2007), one UEFA Champions League (2007–08), and one FIFA Club World Cup (2008).
Cristiano Ronaldo’s trophies with Real Madrid
Ronaldo pursued his dream and made a move to Real Madrid in the summer of 2009. He secured a record-breaking transfer fee and moved to the La Liga giants. At Real Madrid, Ronaldo enjoyed his best years. He played 438 matches and scored 450 goals while assisting 131. He even became the record goalscorer for the club.
Ronaldo won 15 trophies with Real Madrid. His titles included two La Liga trophies (2011–12, 2016–17), two Copa del Rey titles (2010–11, 2013–14), two Supercopa de España (2012, 2017), four UEFA Champions League titles (2013–14, 2015–16, 2016–17, 2017–18), two UEFA Super Cup titles (2014, 2017) and three FIFA Club World Cup titles (2014, 2016, 2017).
Cristiano Ronaldo’s trophies with Juventus
Ronaldo moved to Serie A giants Juventus in the summer of 2018. He had some memorable moments in Italy including a Champions League hat trick that knocked out Atletico Madrid. He played 134 matches for Juventus in three full seasons scoring 101 goals and assisting 22.
Ronaldo racked up five trophies with Juventus. His titles in Italy included two Serie A trophies (2018–19, 2019–20), one Coppa Italia (2020–21), and two Supercoppa Italiana titles (2018, 2020). Ronaldo moved back to United in the summer of 2021. He left the Premier League club after his contract was mutually terminated in November 2022.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s trophies with Al-Nassr
Ronaldo joined Saudi Pro League side Al-Nassr at the end of 2022. He was without a club for the entirety of the 2022 World Cup period but a fortnight after Lionel Messi lifted the World Cup, Ronaldo announced his move away from Europe to Saudi Arabia.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s two-year contract with Al Nassr is absolutely NUTS:
It’s the biggest salary in the history of football. 💰 pic.twitter.com/i83gAcIRYN
— 1хBet (@1xBet_Eng) December 31, 2022
Ronaldo signed a bumper contract worth over $200 million a year with Al-Nassr. As of now, it has been just over two months since Ronaldo joined Al-Nassr. He has played seven matches scoring eight goals and assisting two. He has won no trophies with the club yet but Al-Nassr leads the league table with 46 points. They are also still in the race to win the King Cup of Champions.
Who has more trophies, Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo?
Messi has won significantly more trophies than Ronaldo. The Argentine has won a staggering 42 career trophies. He has won most of his trophies at Barcelona where he spent 17 seasons. He moved to Paris Saint-Germain and continued to win trophies there as well.
Ronaldo: Won the Euros at 2016
Won the Nation’s League at 2019
Messi: Won the World cup at 2022
Won the Copa America at 2021
Won the finalissima at 2022
The 2 goats 🐐🇵🇹 🐐🇦🇷 pic.twitter.com/vzncEmH474
— Rui 💙🐉 (@RuiMarq02536557) March 7, 2023
Since Ronaldo won the UEFA Euro in 2016, Messi’s trophy drought and numerous final losses with Argentina were brought to the front a lot. However, Messi proved everyone wrong and went on to win three trophies with his nation in a span of one and a half years. The most coveted and latest is the FIFA World Cup in December 2022.
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