Milan, City of Champions
If we talk about Milan, many people will think of the capital of fashion, in the city where the first brands dominate the windows of the main stores, in the place where the world watches season after season the trends to follow in the always peculiar world of fashion. In terms of football, Milan is known for its two teams, two of the greats of Europe. AC Milan and Inter Milan. Did you also know what is the city with the most Champions League in history?.
The truth, is that currently both sets, they are in one of the worst moments in history. Far from the fight for a title and even for a European classification, both roam Serie A with no options to do anything serious. Even so, Between both, add up to the not inconsiderable figure of 10 Champions League or old European Cup titles, making the Italian city the place with the most champions par excellence.
Specifically the “Rossoneros” conquered the editions of; 1963, 1969, 1989, 1990, 1994, 2003 Y 2007. Cesare Maldini was present at the first victory of the Milanese team and his son Paolo, a football legend, raised nothing more and nothing less than five, the ones he played since 1989 a 2007, the last title achieved so far by the Italian team.
The other three titles that make Milan the city of champions correspond to Inter Milan, the other largest in the city and one of the largest in the world. Specifically Inter, won the editions of 1964 Y 1965 consecutively. From the hand of Helenio Herrera and with the “catenaccio” by flag, the team led by Luis Suarez was going to dominate Europe. In 2010, by the hand of the Portuguese Mourinho, the Inter with a little showy football and very similar to “catenaccio”, he was going to be proclaimed champion of the “orejona” for the third time in its history.
The second city in this ranking would be Madrid, thanks to the titles won by Real Madrid, which is the team that has won the most titles so far with its nine titles won in ; 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1966, 1998, 2000 Y 2002. Real Madrid has in its history the player who has won this competition the most times. Francisco Gento with 6, is the player who has won the prized continental title the most times, followed by Paolo Maldini with five. Seedorf conquered 4 titles and Raúl three.