Lionel Messi Secures Record for Most Trophies in Football History with Inter Miami's Victory in the Leagues Cup
Lionel Messi has achieved the unprecedented status of being the most decorated footballer in history, following Inter Miami's exceptional performance in winning the Leagues Cup.
The Argentine maestro has now amassed an astounding total of 44 trophies throughout his illustrious career, with 10 La Liga titles among his remarkable achievements.
Notable football luminaries such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Dani Alves, and Ryan Giggs also find themselves prominently placed among the ranks of the most adorned players in the sport's history.
Lionel Messi has officially clinched the distinguished position of being the player with the most titles in football history, a feat he achieved through his instrumental role in Inter Miami's triumphant campaign in the Leagues Cup.
The iconic footballer has significantly contributed to his remarkable tally of 44 trophies, with the latest addition being the title secured by the Major League Soccer team on August 20th.
Having joined the Florida-based club during the summer, the seven-time Ballon d'Or winner has consistently exhibited his prowess by scoring in every match he has participated in.
Messi's impact was pivotal in propelling Inter Miami to their inaugural trophy, solidifying their victory in the Leagues Cup.
According to renowned transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the championship victory by the Floridian franchise has elevated the Barcelona legend to the pinnacle of football history in terms of accolades earned.
How Numerous Trophies Has Messi Earned?
Throughout his illustrious career spanning nearly two decades, the Argentine international has amassed an astounding 44 major trophies. The majority of these accolades were secured during his tenure at Barcelona, where he spent the majority of his footballing journey.
Among his accolades, Messi clinched an impressive 10 La Liga titles with the Camp Nou outfit. Additionally, he secured four UEFA Champions League trophies, seven Copa del Rey titles, eight Spanish Super Cups, three FIFA Club World Cups, and three UEFA Super Cups.
Following his move to Paris Saint-Germain, he further added two Ligue 1 titles and one Trophée des Champions to his ever-expanding collection.
The football icon has also tasted considerable success with the Argentine national team, most notably capturing the FIFA World Cup in 2022, as well as the Finalissima, a Copa America title, an Olympic gold medal, and the U20 World Cup, as reported by GiveMeSport.
The Crème de la Crème: Top 10 Most Decorated Footballers
- Kenny Dalglish (35 trophies)
- Cristiano Ronaldo (35 trophies)
- Sergio Busquets (36 trophies)
- Ryan Giggs (36 trophies)
- Gerard Pique (37 trophies)
- Andres Iniesta (37 trophies)
- Maxwell (37 trophies)
- Hossam Ashour (39 trophies)
- Dani Alves (43 trophies)
- Lionel Messi (44 trophies).