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List of European Cup and UEFA Champions League winning players

This is a list of association footballers who have received a winner's medal for playing on a winning team in the UEFA Champions League (including under its former name the European Cup). Some players have received medals without playing in the final match: either for being unused substitutes, or, more recently, for being in the squad in earlier rounds of the tournament.[citation needed]. Below is a list with the European Cup (which is still the name of the trophy) winners.

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The list includes all who played in the final, and all substitutes since 1990. Data is incomplete for squad players, and for unused substitutes before 1990.
Player   Nationality   Club(s)   Titles won   Years   Notes  
Alisson   Brazil Liverpool 1 2019
Trent Alexander-Arnold   England Liverpool 1 2019
Joël Matip   Cameroon Liverpool 1 2019
Virgil van Dijk   Netherlands Liverpool 1 2019
Andrew Robertson   Scotland Liverpool 1 2019
Jordan Henderson   England Liverpool 1 2019 Captain in 2019.
Fabinho   Brazil Liverpool 1 2019
Georginio Wijnaldum   Netherlands Liverpool 1 2019
Mohamed Salah   Egypt Liverpool 1 2019
Roberto Firmino   Brazil Liverpool 1 2019
Sadio Mané   Senegal Liverpool 1 2019
Simon Mignolet   Belgium Liverpool 1 2019
Caoimhín Kelleher   Ireland Liverpool 1 2019
Dejan Lovren   Croatia Liverpool 1 2019
Joe Gomez   England Liverpool 1 2019
Alberto Moreno   Spain Liverpool 1 2019
James Milner   England Liverpool 1 2019
Adam Lallana   England Liverpool 1 2019
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain   England Liverpool 1 2019 Was unused in the tournament's entirety.
Rhian Brewster   England Liverpool 1 2019
Divock Origi   Belgium Liverpool 1 2019
Naby Keïta   Guinea Liverpool 1 2019 Was not in the 23 for the final.
Nathaniel Phillips   England Liverpool 1 2019 Was not in the 23 for the final.
Curtis Jones   England Liverpool 1 2019 Was not in the 23 for the final.
Ben Woodburn   Wales Liverpool 1 2019 Was not in the 23 for the final.
Rafael Camacho   Portugal Liverpool 1 2019 Was not in the 23 for the final.
Luca Zidane   France Real Madrid 1 2018 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Dani Ceballos   Spain Real Madrid 1 2018 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Marcos Llorente   Spain Real Madrid 1 2018 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Achraf Hakimi   Morocco Real Madrid 1 2018 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Theo Hernandez   France Real Madrid 1 2018
Mariano Díaz   Dominican Republic Real Madrid 1 2017 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Marco Asensio   Spain Real Madrid 2 2017, 2018
Keylor Navas   Costa Rica Real Madrid 3 2016, 2017, 2018
James Rodríguez   Colombia Real Madrid 2 2016, 2017 Was not in the 18 for the 2017 final.
Kiko Casilla   Spain Real Madrid 3 2016, 2017, 2018
Mateo Kovačić   Croatia Real Madrid 3 2016, 2017, 2018
Lucas Vázquez   Spain Real Madrid 3 2016, 2017, 2018 Was not in the 18 for the 2017 final.
Rubén Yáñez   Spain Real Madrid 2 2016, 2017 Was not in the 18 for the 2017 final.
Danilo   Brazil Real Madrid 2 2016, 2017
Munir   Spain Barcelona 1 2015 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Sandro Ramírez   Spain Barcelona 1 2015 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Sergi Samper   Spain Barcelona 1 2015 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Douglas   Brazil Barcelona 1 2015 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Jordi Masip   Spain Barcelona 1 2015 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Martín Montoya   Spain Barcelona 1 2015 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Sergi Roberto   Spain Barcelona 1 2015 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Rafinha   Brazil Barcelona 1 2015
Jérémy Mathieu   France Barcelona 1 2015
Jordi Alba   Spain Barcelona 1 2015
Ivan Rakitić   Croatia Barcelona 1 2015
Marc-André ter Stegen   Germany Barcelona 1 2015
Claudio Bravo   Chile Barcelona 1 2015
Thomas Vermaelen   Belgium Barcelona 1 2015 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Luis Suárez   Uruguay Barcelona 1 2015
Neymar   Brazil Barcelona 1 2015
Álvaro Morata   Spain Real Madrid 2 2014, 2017
Jesús   Spain Real Madrid 1 2014
Nacho   Spain Real Madrid 4 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018
Casemiro   Brazil Real Madrid 4 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018
Asier Illarramendi   Spain Real Madrid 1 2014
Jesé   Spain Real Madrid 2 2014, 2016
Diego López   Spain Real Madrid 1 2014
Raphaël Varane   France Real Madrid 4 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018
Dani Carvajal   Spain Real Madrid 4 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018
Isco   Spain Real Madrid 4 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018
Ángel Di María   Argentina Real Madrid 1 2014
Luka Modrić   Croatia Real Madrid 4 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018
Álvaro Arbeloa   Spain Real Madrid 2 2014, 2016
Sami Khedira   Germany Real Madrid 1 2014
Pepe   Portugal Real Madrid 3 2014, 2016, 2017 Was not in the 18 for the 2017 final.
Fábio Coentrão   Portugal Real Madrid 2 2014, 2017 Was not in the 18 for the 2017 final.
Karim Benzema   France Real Madrid 4 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018
Marcelo   Brazil Real Madrid 4 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018
Gareth Bale   Wales Real Madrid 4 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 First substitute to score twice.
Sergio Ramos   Spain Real Madrid 4 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 Captain in 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Manuel Neuer   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2013
Philipp Lahm   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2013 Captain in 2013.
Jérôme Boateng   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2013
Dante   Brazil Bayern Munich 1 2013
David Alaba   Austria Bayern Munich 1 2013
Daniel Van Buyten   Belgium Bayern Munich 1 2013
Javi Martínez   Spain Bayern Munich 1 2013
Franck Ribéry   France Bayern Munich 1 2013
Arjen Robben   Netherlands Bayern Munich 1 2013
Thomas Müller   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2013
Bastian Schweinsteiger   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2013
Tom Starke   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2013
Mario Gómez   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2013
Holger Badstuber   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2013 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Toni Kroos   Germany Bayern Munich, Real Madrid 4 2013, 2016, 2017, 2018 Was not in the 18 for the 2013 final.
Diego Contento   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2013 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Mario Mandžukić   Croatia Bayern Munich 1 2013
Xherdan Shaqiri    Switzerland Bayern Munich, Liverpool 2 2013, 2019
Luiz Gustavo   Brazil Bayern Munich 1 2013
Rafinha   Brazil Bayern Munich 1 2013 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Anatoliy Tymoshchuk   Ukraine Bayern Munich 1 2013
Claudio Pizarro   Peru Bayern Munich 1 2013
José Bosingwa   Portugal Porto, Chelsea 2 2004, 2012
Paulo Ferreira   Portugal Porto, Chelsea 2 2004, 2012
Didier Drogba   Ivory Coast Chelsea 1 2012
Salomon Kalou   Ivory Coast Chelsea 1 2012
Michael Essien   Ghana Chelsea 1 2012
John Obi Mikel   Nigeria Chelsea 1 2012
Petr Čech   Czech Republic Chelsea 1 2012
Juan Mata   Spain Chelsea 1 2012
Oriol Romeu   Spain Chelsea 1 2012
Fernando Torres   Spain Chelsea 1 2012
Ryan Bertrand   England Chelsea 1 2012 Made his European debut in the final.
Ross Turnbull   England Chelsea 1 2012
Gary Cahill   England Chelsea 1 2012
Ashley Cole   England Chelsea 1 2012
Jamal Blackman   England Chelsea 1 2012 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Frank Lampard   England Chelsea 1 2012 Vice-captain, captain for the final.
Daniel Sturridge   England Chelsea, Liverpool 2 2012, 2019 Only player to win with two different English teams.
John Terry   England Chelsea 1 2012 Captain. Suspended and did not play in the final.
Florent Malouda   France Chelsea 1 2012
Branislav Ivanović   Serbia Chelsea 1 2012 Suspended and did not play in the final.
Raul Meireles   Portugal Chelsea 1 2012 Suspended and did not play in the final.
David Luiz   Brazil Chelsea 1 2012
Ramires   Brazil Chelsea 1 2012 Suspended and did not start the final.
Maxwell   Brazil Barcelona 1 2011 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Jonathan dos Santos   Mexico Barcelona 1 2011 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Marc Bartra   Spain Barcelona 2 2011, 2015 Was not in the 18 for the 2011 final.
Andreu Fontàs   Spain Barcelona 1 2011 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Jeffrén   Spain Barcelona 1 2011 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Oier   Spain Barcelona 1 2011
David Villa   Spain Barcelona 1 2011
Thiago   Spain Barcelona 1 2011
Adriano   Brazil Barcelona 2 2011, 2015
Ibrahim Afellay   Netherlands Barcelona 1 2011
Javier Mascherano   Argentina Barcelona 2 2011, 2015
Dejan Stanković   Serbia Internazionale 1 2010
Rene Krhin   Slovenia Internazionale 1 2010 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Cristian Chivu   Romania Internazionale 1 2010
Ricardo Quaresma   Portugal Internazionale 1 2010 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Goran Pandev   Macedonia Internazionale 1 2010
Wesley Sneijder   Netherlands Internazionale 1 2010
McDonald Mariga   Kenya Internazionale 1 2010
Paolo Orlandoni   Italy Internazionale 1 2010 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Davide Santon   Italy Internazionale 1 2010 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Mario Balotelli   Italy Internazionale 1 2010
Marco Materazzi   Italy Internazionale 1 2010
Francesco Toldo   Italy Internazionale 1 2010
Sulley Muntari   Ghana Internazionale 1 2010
Iván Córdoba   Colombia Internazionale 1 2010
Lúcio   Brazil Internazionale 1 2010
Maicon   Brazil Internazionale 1 2010
Júlio César   Brazil Internazionale 1 2010
Esteban Cambiasso   Argentina Internazionale 1 2010
Javier Zanetti   Argentina Internazionale 1 2010 Captain in 2010.
Walter Samuel   Argentina Internazionale 1 2010
Diego Milito   Argentina Internazionale 1 2010
Marko Arnautović   Austria Internazionale 1 2010 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Sergio Busquets   Spain Barcelona 3 2009, 2011, 2015
José Manuel Pinto   Spain Barcelona 2 2009, 2011 Was suspended for the 2011 final.
Pedro   Spain Barcelona 3 2009, 2011, 2015
Bojan   Spain Barcelona 2 2009, 2011
Gabriel Milito   Argentina Barcelona 2 2009, 2011 Was not in the 18 in 2009 or 2011.
Dani Alves   Brazil Barcelona 3 2009, 2011, 2015 Was suspended for the 2009 final.
Alexander Hleb   Belarus Barcelona 1 2009
Yaya Touré   Ivory Coast Barcelona 1 2009
Thierry Henry   France Barcelona 1 2009
Eric Abidal   France Barcelona 2 2009, 2011 Was suspended for the 2009 final. Captain in 2011.
Eiður Guðjohnsen   Iceland Barcelona 1 2009
Martín Cáceres   Uruguay Barcelona 1 2009
Seydou Keita   Mali Barcelona 2 2009, 2011
Park Ji-sung   South Korea Manchester United 1 2008 Was not in the 18 for the final. Became the first Asian-born player to win a Champions League title.
Gerard Piqué   Spain Manchester United, Barcelona 4 2008, 2009, 2011, 2015 Was not in the 18 for the 2008 final. Won two years in a row with two different teams.
Louis Saha   France Manchester United 1 2008 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Carlos Tevez   Argentina Manchester United 1 2008
Wayne Rooney   England Manchester United 1 2008
Cristiano Ronaldo   Portugal Manchester United, Real Madrid 5 2008, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 First ever player to score in two finals for two different winning teams.
Michael Carrick   England Manchester United 1 2008
Patrice Evra   France Manchester United 1 2008
Mikaël Silvestre   France Manchester United 1 2008
Nemanja Vidić   Serbia Manchester United 1 2008
Rio Ferdinand   England Manchester United 1 2008 Captain in 2008.
Tomasz Kuszczak   Poland Manchester United 1 2008
John O'Shea   Ireland Manchester United 1 2008
Anderson   Brazil Manchester United 1 2008
Nani   Portugal Manchester United 1 2008
Darren Fletcher   Scotland Manchester United 1 2008
Marek Jankulovski   Czech Republic Milan 1 2007
Kaká   Brazil Milan 1 2007
Zeljko Kalac   Australia Milan 1 2007
Cafu   Brazil Milan 1 2007
Giuseppe Favalli   Italy Milan 1 2007
Alberto Gilardino   Italy Milan 1 2007
Massimo Oddo   Italy Milan 1 2007
Daniele Bonera   Italy Milan 1 2007 Was not in the 18 in 2007.
Yoann Gourcuff   France Milan 1 2007 Was not in the 18 in 2007.
Ricardo Oliveira   Brazil Milan 1 2007 Was not in the 18 in 2007.
Marco Storari   Italy Milan 1 2007 Was not in the 18 in 2007.
Valerio Fiori   Italy Milan 2 2003, 2007 Was not in the 18 in 2003 or 2007.
Dario Šimić   Croatia Milan 2 2003, 2007 Was not in the 18 in 2003 or 2007.
Víctor Valdés   Spain Barcelona 3 2006, 2009, 2011
Giovanni van Bronckhorst   Netherlands Barcelona 1 2006
Rafael Márquez   Mexico Barcelona 2 2006, 2009 Was not in the 18 in 2009 due to injury.
Carles Puyol   Spain Barcelona 3 2006, 2009, 2011 Captain in 2006 and 2009
Oleguer   Spain Barcelona 1 2006
Juliano Belletti   Brazil Barcelona 1 2006
Edmílson   Brazil Barcelona 1 2006
Andrés Iniesta   Spain Barcelona 4 2006, 2009, 2011, 2015
Deco   Portugal Porto, Barcelona 2 2004, 2006
Mark van Bommel   Netherlands Barcelona 1 2006
Henrik Larsson   Sweden Barcelona 1 2006
Ludovic Giuly   France Barcelona 1 2006
Ronaldinho   Brazil Barcelona 1 2006
Thiago Motta   Italy Barcelona, Internazionale 2 2006, 2010 Was suspended for the 2010 final.
Xavi   Spain Barcelona 4 2006, 2009, 2011, 2015 Captain in 2015. Did not feature in any game during knockout stages in 2006.
Sylvinho   Brazil Barcelona 2 2006, 2009
Lionel Messi   Argentina Barcelona 4 2006, 2009, 2011, 2015 Was not in the quarterfinals, semi-finals and final in 2006.
Santiago Ezquerro   Spain Barcelona 1 2006 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Maxi López   Argentina Barcelona 1 2006 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Samuel Eto'o   Cameroon Barcelona, Internazionale 3 2006, 2009, 2010 The only player to win 2 trebles in 2 consecutive years.
Gabri García   Spain Barcelona 1 2006 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Albert Jorquera   Spain Barcelona 2 2006, 2009, Was not in the 18 for the final in 2009.
Jerzy Dudek   Poland Liverpool 1 2005
Steve Finnan   Ireland Liverpool 1 2005
Dietmar Hamann   Germany Liverpool 1 2005
Sami Hyypiä   Finland Liverpool 1 2005
Jamie Carragher   England Liverpool 1 2005
Djimi Traoré   Mali Liverpool 1 2005
Harry Kewell   Australia Liverpool 1 2005
Vladimír Šmicer   Czech Republic Liverpool 1 2005
Xabi Alonso   Spain Liverpool, Real Madrid 2 2005, 2014 Was suspended for the 2014 final.
Steven Gerrard   England Liverpool 1 2005 Captain in 2005.
John Arne Riise   Norway Liverpool 1 2005
Luis García   Spain Liverpool 1 2005
Milan Baroš   Czech Republic Liverpool 1 2005
Djibril Cissé   France Liverpool 1 2005
Scott Carson   England Liverpool 1 2005
Josemi   Spain Liverpool 1 2005
Igor Bišćan   Croatia Liverpool 1 2005
Antonio Núñez   Spain Liverpool 1 2005
Florent Sinama Pongolle   France Liverpool 1 2005 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Vítor Baía   Portugal Porto 1 2004 One of the only nine footballers to have won all Three Major European Competitions (EC-UCL, UCWC, UC-EL).
Nuno Valente   Portugal Porto 1 2004
Jorge Costa   Portugal Porto 1 2004 Captain in 2004.
Ricardo Carvalho   Portugal Porto 1 2004
Costinha   Portugal Porto 1 2004
Pedro Emanuel   Portugal Porto 1 2004
Maniche   Portugal Porto 1 2004
Pedro Mendes   Portugal Porto 1 2004
Derlei   Brazil Porto 1 2004
Benni McCarthy   South Africa Porto 1 2004
Dmitri Alenichev   Russia Porto 1 2004
Carlos Alberto   Brazil Porto 1 2004
Ricardo Costa   Portugal Porto 1 2004
Edgaras Jankauskas   Lithuania Porto 1 2004
Nuno   Portugal Porto 1 2004
Hugo Almeida   Portugal Porto 1 2004 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Dida   Brazil Milan 2 2003, 2007
Alessandro Costacurta   Italy Milan 5 1989, 1990, 1994, 2003, 2007 Costacurta was not in the 18 in the 2007 final and suspended for the 1994 final.
Roque Júnior   Brazil Milan 1 2003
Alessandro Nesta   Italy Milan 2 2003, 2007
Paolo Maldini   Italy Milan 5 1989, 1990, 1994, 2003, 2007 Captain in 2003 and 2007. Longest period between first and last win (18 years), started both finals.
Kakha Kaladze   Georgia Milan 2 2003, 2007
Gennaro Gattuso   Italy Milan 2 2003, 2007
Andrea Pirlo   Italy Milan 2 2003, 2007
Serginho   Brazil Milan 2 2003, 2007
Rui Costa   Portugal Milan 1 2003
Massimo Ambrosini   Italy Milan 2 2003, 2007
Andriy Shevchenko   Ukraine Milan 1 2003
Filippo Inzaghi   Italy Milan 2 2003, 2007
Christian Abbiati   Italy Milan 1 2003
Rivaldo   Brazil Milan 1 2003
Martin Laursen   Denmark Milan 1 2003
Cristian Brocchi   Italy Milan 2 2003, 2007
Samuele Dalla Bona   Italy Milan 1 2003 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Thomas Helveg   Denmark Milan 1 2003 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Jon Dahl Tomasson   Denmark Milan 1 2003 Was not in the 18 for the final.
César Sánchez   Spain Real Madrid 1 2002
Luís Figo   Portugal Real Madrid 1 2002
Claude Makélélé   France Real Madrid 1 2002
Flávio Conceição   Brazil Real Madrid 1 2002
Zinedine Zidane   France Real Madrid 1 2002 First and only coach to have won 3 Champions Leagues in a row with Real Madrid (2016-2017-2018). Won Champions League with same club as coach and player (2002 & 2016-2017-2018)
Santiago Solari   Argentina Real Madrid 1 2002
Pedro Munitis   Spain Real Madrid 1 2002
Francisco Pavón   Spain Real Madrid 1 2002
Javier Portillo   Spain Real Madrid 1 2002
Carlos Sánchez   Spain Real Madrid 1 2002 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Albert Celades   Spain Real Madrid 1 2002 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Óscar Miñambres   Spain Real Madrid 1 2002 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Rubén   Spain Real Madrid 1 2002 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Enrique Corrales   Spain Real Madrid 1 2002 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Raúl Bravo   Spain Real Madrid 1 2002 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Valdo   Spain Real Madrid 1 2002 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Oliver Kahn   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2001
Samuel Kuffour   Ghana Bayern Munich 1 2001
Patrik Andersson   Sweden Bayern Munich 1 2001
Thomas Linke   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2001
Willy Sagnol   France Bayern Munich 1 2001
Carsten Jancker   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2001
Owen Hargreaves   England Bayern Munich, Manchester United 2 2001, 2008 First British player to win two Champions League titles with 2 different teams.
Stefan Effenberg   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2001 Captain in 2001.
Bixente Lizarazu   France Bayern Munich 1 2001
Mehmet Scholl   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2001
Paulo Sérgio   Brazil Bayern Munich 1 2001
Giovane Élber   Brazil Bayern Munich 1 2001
Alexander Zickler   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2001
Bernd Dreher   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2001
Ciriaco Sforza    Switzerland Bayern Munich 1 2001
Michael Tarnat   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2001
Roque Santa Cruz   Paraguay Bayern Munich 1 2001
Hasan Salihamidžić   Bosnia and Herzegovina Bayern Munich 1 2001
Sławomir Wojciechowski   Poland Bayern Munich 1 2001 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Stefan Wessels   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2001 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Thorsten Fink   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2001 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Jens Jeremies   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2001 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Michael Wiesinger   Germany Bayern Munich 1 2001 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Nicolas Anelka   France Real Madrid 1 2000
Perica Ognjenović   Yugoslavia Real Madrid 1 2000 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Albano Bizarri   Argentina Real Madrid 1 2000 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Javier Dorado   Spain Real Madrid 1 2000 Was not in the 18 for the final.
David Aganzo   Spain Real Madrid 1 2000 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Manuel Meca   Spain Real Madrid 1 2000 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Júlio César   Brazil Real Madrid 1 2000 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Geremi   Cameroon Real Madrid 2 2000, 2002 Was not in the 18 in 2002.
Elvir Baljić   Bosnia and Herzegovina Real Madrid 2 2000, 2002 Was not in the 18 in 2002.
Iván Campo   Spain Real Madrid 2 2000, 2002
Míchel Salgado   Spain Real Madrid 2 2000, 2002
Iván Helguera   Spain Real Madrid 2 2000, 2002
Steve McManaman   England Real Madrid 2 2000, 2002 First British player to win two Champions League titles; First Englishman to win Champions League with a non-UK club.
Carlos Aranda   Spain Real Madrid 2 2000, 2002 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Peter Schmeichel   Denmark Manchester United 1 1999 Captain in 1999 final due to Keane's suspension.
Gary Neville   England Manchester United 2 1999, 2008 Not in final 18 in 2008.
Ronny Johnsen   Norway Manchester United 1 1999
Jaap Stam   Netherlands Manchester United 1 1999
Denis Irwin   Ireland Manchester United 1 1999
David Beckham   England Manchester United 1 1999
Nicky Butt   England Manchester United 1 1999
Ryan Giggs   Wales Manchester United 2 1999, 2008
Jesper Blomqvist   Sweden Manchester United 1 1999
Teddy Sheringham   England Manchester United 1 1999
Dwight Yorke   Trinidad and Tobago Manchester United 1 1999
Andy Cole   England Manchester United 1 1999
Ole Gunnar Solskjær   Norway Manchester United 1 1999
Raimond van der Gouw   Netherlands Manchester United 1 1999
David May   England Manchester United 1 1999
Phil Neville   England Manchester United 1 1999
Wes Brown   England Manchester United 2 1999, 2008
Jonathan Greening   England Manchester United 1 1999
Paul Scholes   England Manchester United 2 1999, 2008 Scholes was suspended for the final in 1999.
Roy Keane   Ireland Manchester United 1 1999 Keane was suspended for the final. Club captain in 1999.
Henning Berg   Norway Manchester United 1 1999 Berg was not in the 18 in 1999.
José Amavisca   Spain Real Madrid 1 1998
Predrag Mijatović   Yugoslavia Real Madrid 1 1998
Davor Šuker   Croatia Real Madrid 1 1998
Zé Roberto   Brazil Real Madrid 1 1998
Dani García   Spain Real Madrid 1 1998
Jaime Sánchez   Spain Real Madrid 1 1998
Santiago Cañizares   Spain Real Madrid 1 1998
Fernando Sanz   Spain Real Madrid 1 1998
Víctor Sánchez   Spain Real Madrid 1 1998
Pedro Contreras   Spain Real Madrid 1 1998 Was not in the 18 for the final
Chendo   Spain Real Madrid 1 1998 Was not in the 18 for the final
Raúl Pareja   Spain Real Madrid 1 1998 Was not in the 18 for the final
Álvaro Benito   Spain Real Madrid 1 1998 Was not in the 18 for the final
Roberto Rojas   Spain Real Madrid 1 1998 Was not in the 18 for the final
Bodo Illgner   Germany Real Madrid 2 1998, 2000
Christian Karembeu   France Real Madrid 2 1998, 2000
Manolo Sanchís   Spain Real Madrid 2 1998, 2000 Captain in 1998.
Sávio   Brazil Real Madrid 3 1998, 2000, 2002
Fernando Hierro   Spain Real Madrid 3 1998, 2000, 2002 Captain in 2002.
Roberto Carlos   Brazil Real Madrid 3 1998, 2000, 2002
Raúl   Spain Real Madrid 3 1998, 2000, 2002 First player ever to score in two Champions League final matches for the winning team.
Fernando Morientes   Spain Real Madrid 3 1998, 2000, 2002 Was cup-tied and did not partake in Liverpool's 2004-05 campaign.
Guti   Spain Real Madrid 3 1998, 2000, 2002
Iker Casillas   Spain Real Madrid 3 2000, 2002, 2014 Captain in 2014.
Aitor Karanka   Spain Real Madrid 3 1998, 2000, 2002
Fernando Redondo   Argentina Real Madrid, Milan 3 1998, 2000, 2003 Redondo was not in the 18 for the final in 2003. Captain in 2000.
Stefan Klos   Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 1997
Vladimir But   Russia Borussia Dortmund 1 1997 Not in the 18 for the final.
Steinar Pedersen   Norway Borussia Dortmund 1 1997 Not in the 18 for the final.
Jürgen Kohler   Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 1997
Matthias Sammer   Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 1997 Captain in 1997.
Martin Kree   Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 1997
Stefan Reuter   Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 1997
Paul Lambert   Scotland Borussia Dortmund 1 1997 First British to win Champions League with a non-UK club.
Jovan Kirovski   United States Borussia Dortmund 1 1997 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Paulo Sousa   Portugal Juventus, Borussia Dortmund 2 1996, 1997 Won 2 years in a row with 2 different teams.
Jörg Heinrich   Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 1997
Andreas Möller   Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 1997
Michael Zorc   Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 1997
Karlheinz Riedle   Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 1997
Heiko Herrlich   Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 1997
Stéphane Chapuisat    Switzerland Borussia Dortmund 1 1997
Lars Ricken   Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 1997
Wolfgang de Beer   Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 1997
René Tretschok   Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 1997
Juan Pablo Sorín   Argentina Juventus 1 1996
Angelo Peruzzi   Italy Juventus 1 1996
Ciro Ferrara   Italy Juventus 1 1996
Moreno Torricelli   Italy Juventus 1 1996
Pietro Vierchowod   Italy Juventus 1 1996
Gianluca Pessotto   Italy Juventus 1 1996
Antonio Conte   Italy Juventus 1 1996
Vladimir Jugović   Yugoslavia
  FR Yugoslavia
Red Star Belgrade, Juventus 2 1991, 1996
Angelo Di Livio   Italy Juventus 1 1996
Didier Deschamps   France Marseille, Juventus 2 1993, 1996 Captain in 1993.
Alessandro Del Piero   Italy Juventus 1 1996
Gianluca Vialli   Italy Juventus 1 1996 Captain in 1996. One of the only nine footballers to have won all Three Major European Competitions (EC-UCL, UCWC, UC-EL).
Fabrizio Ravanelli   Italy Juventus 1 1996
Michele Padovano   Italy Juventus 1 1996
Sergio Porrini   Italy Juventus 1 1996
Michaelangelo Rampulla   Italy Juventus 1 1996
Clarence Seedorf   Netherlands Ajax, Real Madrid, Milan 4 1995, 1998, 2003, 2007 Seedorf is the only player to have won the trophy with three different clubs.
Edwin van der Sar   Netherlands Ajax, Manchester United 2 1995, 2008 Longest gap between medal wins for which a part was played in each match (13 years).
Michael Reiziger   Netherlands Ajax 1 1995
Danny Blind   Netherlands Ajax 1 1995 Captain in 1995. One of the only five footballers to have won all European club competitions.
Frank Rijkaard   Netherlands Milan, Ajax 3 1989, 1990, 1995 Has also won as manager in 2006 for Barcelona.[1]
Frank de Boer   Netherlands Ajax 1 1995
Edgar Davids   Netherlands Ajax 1 1995
Finidi George   Nigeria Ajax 1 1995
Ronald de Boer   Netherlands Ajax 1 1995
John van den Brom   Netherlands Ajax 1 1995 Was not in the 18 for the final.
Jari Litmanen   Finland Ajax 1 1995
Marc Overmars   Netherlands Ajax 1 1995
Nwankwo Kanu   Nigeria Ajax 1 1995
Patrick Kluivert   Netherlands Ajax 1 1995
Peter van Vossen   Netherlands Ajax 1 1995
Fred Grim   Netherlands Ajax 1 1995
Winston Bogarde   Netherlands Ajax 1 1995
Sebastiano Rossi   Italy Milan 1 1994
Jean-Pierre Papin   France Milan 1 1994
Christian Panucci   Italy Milan, Real Madrid 2 1994, 1998
Mauro Tassotti   Italy Milan 3 1989, 1990, 1994 Captain in 1994.
Demetrio Albertini   Italy Milan 1 1994
Filippo Galli   Italy Milan 3 1989, 1990, 1994
Stefano Nava   Italy Milan 1 1994
Roberto Donadoni   Italy Milan 3 1989, 1990, 1994
Marcel Desailly   France Marseille, Milan 2 1993, 1994 First player to win 2 years in a row with 2 different teams.
Zvonimir Boban   Croatia Milan 1 1994
Dejan Savićević   Yugoslavia
  FR Yugoslavia
Red Star Belgrade, Milan 2 1991, 1994
Daniele Massaro   Italy Milan 2 1990, 1994
Marco Simone   Italy Milan 2 1990, 1994
Mario Ielpo   Italy Milan 1 1994
Gianluigi Lentini   Italy Milan 1 1994
Angelo Carbone   Italy Milan 1 1994
Florin Răducioiu   Romania Milan 1 1994 Was not in the final.
Brian Laudrup   Denmark Milan 1 1994 Was not in the final.
Fabien Barthez   France Marseille 1 1993
Jocelyn Angloma   France Marseille 1 1993
Jean-Philippe Durand   France Marseille 1 1993
Éric Di Meco   France Marseille 1 1993
Basile Boli   France Marseille 1 1993
Franck Sauzée   France Marseille 1 1993
Jean-Jacques Eydelie   France Marseille 1 1993
Alen Bokšić   Croatia Marseille 1 1993
Rudi Völler   Germany Marseille 1 1993
Jean-Christophe Thomas   France Marseille 1 1993
Abédi Pelé   Ghana Marseille 1 1993
Pascal Olmeta   France Marseille 1 1993
Bernard Casoni   France Marseille 1 1993
Manuel Amoros   France Marseille 1 1993 Was not in the final.
Jean-Marc Ferreri   France Marseille 1 1993
Igor Dobrovolski   Russia Marseille 1 1993 Was not in the final.
Andoni Zubizarreta   Spain Barcelona 1 1992 Captain in 1992.
Eusebio Sacristán   Spain Barcelona 1 1992
Albert Ferrer   Spain Barcelona 1 1992
Ronald Koeman   Netherlands PSV Eindhoven, Barcelona 2 1988, 1992
Nando   Spain Barcelona 1 1992
Juan Carlos   Spain Barcelona 1 1992
José Mari Bakero   Spain Barcelona 1 1992
Pep Guardiola   Spain Barcelona 1 1992 Has also won as manager for Barcelona in 2009 and 2011.[1]
José Ramón Alexanko   Spain Barcelona 1 1992
Michael Laudrup   Denmark Barcelona 1 1992
Julio Salinas   Spain Barcelona 1 1992
Andoni Goikoetxea   Spain Barcelona 1 1992
Hristo Stoichkov   Bulgaria Barcelona 1 1992
Ricardo Serna   Spain Barcelona 1 1992
Cristóbal Parralo   Spain Barcelona 1 1992
Richard Witschge   Netherlands Barcelona 1 1992
Guillermo Amor   Spain Barcelona 1 1992
Aitor Beguiristain   Spain Barcelona 1 1992
Carles Busquets   Spain Barcelona 1 1992
Miguel Ángel Nadal   Spain Barcelona 1 1992
Stevan Stojanović   Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 1 1991 Captain in 1991.
Miodrag Belodedici   Romania Steaua București, Red Star Belgrade 2 1986, 1991 First player to win the trophy with two different clubs.
Ilija Najdoski   Yugoslavia
  North Macedonia
Red Star Belgrade 1 1991
Refik Šabanadžović   Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 1 1991
Slobodan Marović   Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 1 1991
Siniša Mihajlović   Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 1 1991
Dragiša Binić   Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 1 1991
Robert Prosinečki   Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 1 1991
Darko Pančev   Yugoslavia
  North Macedonia
Red Star Belgrade 1 1991
Vlada Stošić   Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 1 1991
Milić Jovanović   Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 1 1991
Ivica Momčilović   Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 1 1991
Rade Tošić   Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 1 1991
Vladan Lukić   Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 1 1991
Andrea Pazzagli   Italy Milan 1 1990
Stefano Borgonovo   Italy Milan 1 1990
Giovanni Galli   Italy Milan 2 1989, 1990
Franco Baresi   Italy Milan 3 1989, 1990, 1994 Captain in 1989 and 1990. Baresi was suspended for the 1994 final.
Angelo Colombo   Italy Milan 2 1989, 1990
Carlo Ancelotti   Italy Milan 2 1989, 1990 Has also won as manager in 2003 and 2007 for A.C. Milan and in 2014 for Real Madrid.[1]
Alberigo Evani   Italy Milan 2 1989, 1990
Ruud Gullit   Netherlands Milan 2 1989, 1990
Marco van Basten   Netherlands Milan 2 1989, 1990
Pietro Paolo Virdis   Italy Milan 1 1989
Davide Pinato   Italy Milan 1 1989
Roberto Mussi   Italy Milan 1 1989
Hans van Breukelen   Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1 1988
Eric Gerets   Belgium PSV Eindhoven 1 1988 Captain in 1988.
Ivan Nielsen   Denmark PSV Eindhoven 1 1988
Berry van Aerle   Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1 1988
Jan Heintze   Denmark PSV Eindhoven 1 1988
Edward Linskens   Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1 1988
Gerald Vanenburg   Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1 1988
Søren Lerby   Denmark PSV Eindhoven 1 1988
Wim Kieft   Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1 1988
Hans Gillhaus   Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1 1988
Anton Janssen   Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1 1988
Adick Koot   Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1 1988
Eric Viscaal   Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1 1988
Willy van de Kerkhof   Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1 1988
Patrick Lodewijks   Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1 1988
Józef Młynarczyk   Poland Porto 1 1987
João Pinto   Portugal Porto 1 1987 Captain in 1987.
Celso   Portugal Porto 1 1987
Eduardo Luís   Portugal Porto 1 1987
Augusto Inácio   Portugal Porto 1 1987
Antonio Frasco   Portugal Porto 1 1987
Jaime Magalhães   Portugal Porto 1 1987
António André   Portugal Porto 1 1987
António Sousa   Portugal Porto 1 1987
Quim   Portugal Porto 1 1987
Juary   Brazil Porto 1 1987
Rabah Madjer   Algeria Porto 1 1987
Paulo Futre   Portugal Porto 1 1987
João Festas   Portugal Porto 1 1987
Zé Beto   Portugal Porto 1 1987
Walter Casagrande   Brazil Porto 1 1987
Helmuth Duckadam   Romania Steaua București 1 1986
Ștefan Iovan   Romania Steaua București 1 1986 Captain in 1986.
Adrian Bumbescu   Romania Steaua București 1 1986
Ilie Bărbulescu   Romania Steaua București 1 1986
Gavril Balint   Romania Steaua București 1 1986
Lucian Bălan   Romania Steaua București 1 1986
Anghel Iordănescu   Romania Steaua București 1 1986
Ladislau Bölöni   Romania Steaua București 1 1986
Mihail Majearu   Romania Steaua București 1 1986
Marius Lăcătuș   Romania Steaua București 1 1986
Victor Pițurcă   Romania Steaua București 1 1986
Marin Radu   Romania Steaua București 1 1986
Dumitru Stângaciu   Romania Steaua București 1 1986
Tudorel Stoica   Romania Steaua București 1 1986
Stefano Tacconi   Italy Juventus 1 1985 One of the only five footballers to have won all European club competitions.
Luciano Favero   Italy Juventus 1 1985
Antonio Cabrini   Italy Juventus 1 1985 One of the only five footballers to have won all European club competitions.
Sergio Brio   Italy Juventus 1 1985 One of the only five footballers to have won all European club competitions.
Gaetano Scirea   Italy Juventus 1 1985 Captain in 1985. One of the only five footballers to have won all European club competitions.
Massimo Bonini   San Marino Juventus 1 1985
Michel Platini   France Juventus 1 1985
Marco Tardelli   Italy Juventus 1 1985 One of the only nine footballers to have won all Three Major European Competitions (EC-UCL, UCWC, UC-EL).
Massimo Briaschi   Italy Juventus 1 1985
Claudio Prandelli   Italy Juventus 1 1985
Paolo Rossi   Italy Juventus 1 1985
Beniamo Vignola   Italy Juventus 1 1985
Zbigniew Boniek   Poland Juventus 1 1985
Luciano Bodini   Italy Juventus 1 1985
Nicola Caricola   Italy Juventus 1 1985
Bruno Limido   Italy Juventus 1 1985
Bruce Grobbelaar   Zimbabwe Liverpool 1 1984
Phil Neal   England Liverpool 4 1977, 1978, 1981, 1984
Mark Lawrenson   Ireland Liverpool 1 1984
Alan Hansen   Scotland Liverpool 3 1978, 1981, 1984
Alan Kennedy   England Liverpool 2 1981, 1984
Craig Johnston   Australia Liverpool 1 1984
Steve Nicol   Scotland Liverpool 1 1984
Sammy Lee   England Liverpool 2 1981, 1984
Graeme Souness   Scotland Liverpool 3 1978, 1981, 1984 Captain in 1984.
Ronnie Whelan   Ireland Liverpool 1 1984
Kenny Dalglish   Scotland Liverpool 3 1978, 1981, 1984
Michael Robinson   Ireland Liverpool 1 1984
Ian Rush   Wales Liverpool 1 1984
Bob Bolder   England Liverpool 1 1984
David Hodgson   England Liverpool 1 1984
Gary Gillespie   Scotland Liverpool 1 1984
Uli Stein   West Germany Hamburg 1 1983
Manfred Kaltz   West Germany Hamburg 1 1983
Ditmar Jakobs   West Germany Hamburg 1 1983
Holger Hieronymus   West Germany Hamburg 1 1983
Bernd Wehmeyer   West Germany Hamburg 1 1983
Jürgen Groh   West Germany Hamburg 1 1983
Wolfgang Rolff   West Germany Hamburg 1 1983
Felix Magath   West Germany Hamburg 1 1983
Jürgen Milewski   West Germany Hamburg 1 1983
Horst Hrubesch   West Germany Hamburg 1 1983 Captain in 1983
Lars Bastrup   Denmark Hamburg 1 1983
Thomas von Heesen   West Germany Hamburg 1 1983
Uwe Hain   West Germany Hamburg 1 1983
Jimmy Rimmer   England Manchester United, Aston Villa 2 1968, 1982 Longest gap between medal wins (14 years) albeit with a non-playing role in the 1968 final.
Nigel Spink   England Aston Villa 1 1982
Kenny Swain   England Aston Villa 1 1982
Allan Evans   Scotland Aston Villa 1 1982
Ken McNaught   Scotland Aston Villa 1 1982
Gary Williams   England Aston Villa 1 1982
Des Bremner   Scotland Aston Villa 1 1982
Gordon Cowans   England Aston Villa 1 1982
Dennis Mortimer   England Aston Villa 1 1982 Captain in 1982.
Gary Shaw   England Aston Villa 1 1982
Peter Withe   England Aston Villa 1 1982
Tony Morley   England Aston Villa 1 1982
Pat Heard   England Aston Villa 1 1982
Ray Clemence   England Liverpool 3 1977, 1978, 1981
Phil Thompson   England Liverpool 2 1978, 1981 Captain in 1981.
Terry McDermott   England Liverpool 3 1977, 1978, 1981
Ray Kennedy   England Liverpool 3 1977, 1978, 1981
Jimmy Case   England Liverpool 3 1977, 1978, 1981
David Johnson   England Liverpool 2 1977, 1981
Steve Ogrizovic   England Liverpool 2 1978, 1981
Colin Irwin   England Liverpool 2 1978, 1981
Howard Gayle   England Liverpool 1 1981
Avi Cohen   Israel Liverpool 1 1981
Richard Money   England Liverpool 1 1981
Peter Shilton   England Nottingham Forest 2 1979, 1980
Viv Anderson   England Nottingham Forest 2 1979, 1980
Frank Gray   Scotland Nottingham Forest 1 1980
Bryn Gunn   England Nottingham Forest 1 1980
Larry Lloyd   England Nottingham Forest 2 1979, 1980
Kenny Burns   Scotland Nottingham Forest 2 1979, 1980
Frank Clark   England Nottingham Forest 2 1979, 1980
Martin O'Neill   Northern Ireland Nottingham Forest 2 1979, 1980
John McGovern   Scotland Nottingham Forest 2 1979, 1980 Captain in 1979 and 1980.
Ian Bowyer   England Nottingham Forest 2 1979, 1980
Gary Mills   England Nottingham Forest 1 1980
John O'Hare   Scotland Nottingham Forest 1 1980
John Robertson   Scotland Nottingham Forest 2 1979, 1980
Garry Birtles   England Nottingham Forest 2 1979, 1980
Jimmy Montgomery   England Nottingham Forest 1 1979
Trevor Francis   England Nottingham Forest 1 1979
Tony Woodcock   England Nottingham Forest 1 1979
Chris Woods   England Nottingham Forest 1 1979
Emlyn Hughes   England Liverpool 2 1977, 1978 Captain in 1977 and 1978.
David Fairclough   England Liverpool 2 1977, 1978
Steve Heighway   Ireland Liverpool 3 1977, 1978, 1981
Joey Jones   Wales Liverpool 2 1977, 1978
Ian Callaghan   England Liverpool 2 1977, 1978
Tommy Smith   England Liverpool 1 1977
Kevin Keegan   England Liverpool 1 1977
Peter McDonnell   England Liverpool 1 1977
Alan Waddle   England Liverpool 1 1977
Alec Lindsay   England Liverpool 1 1977
Sepp Maier   West Germany Bayern Munich 3 1974, 1975, 1976
Johnny Hansen   Denmark Bayern Munich 3 1974, 1975, 1976
Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck   West Germany Bayern Munich 3 1974, 1975, 1976
Franz Beckenbauer   West Germany Bayern Munich 3 1974, 1975, 1976 Captain in 1974, 1975 and 1976.
Udo Horsmann   West Germany Bayern Munich 1 1976
Hugo Robl   West Germany Bayern Munich 2 1975, 1976
Bernd Dürnberger   West Germany Bayern Munich 3 1974, 1975, 1976
Franz Roth   West Germany Bayern Munich 3 1974, 1975, 1976
Hans-Josef Kapellmann   West Germany Bayern Munich 3 1974, 1975, 1976
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge   West Germany Bayern Munich 2 1975, 1976
Gerd Müller   West Germany Bayern Munich 3 1974, 1975, 1976
Ulrich Hoeness   West Germany Bayern Munich 3 1974, 1975, 1976
Björn Andersson   Sweden Bayern Munich 1 1975
Sepp Weiss   West Germany Bayern Munich 1 1975
Rainer Zobel   West Germany Bayern Munich 3 1974, 1975, 1976
Klaus Wunder   West Germany Bayern Munich 1 1975
Conny Torstensson   Sweden Bayern Munich 3 1974, 1975, 1976
Paul Breitner   West Germany Bayern Munich 1 1974
Heinz Stuy   Netherlands Ajax 3 1971, 1972, 1973
Wim Suurbier   Netherlands Ajax 3 1971, 1972, 1973
Barry Hulshoff   Netherlands Ajax 3 1971, 1972, 1973
Horst Blankenburg   West Germany Ajax 3 1971, 1972, 1973
Ruud Krol   Netherlands Ajax 2 1972, 1973
Johan Neeskens   Netherlands Ajax 3 1971, 1972, 1973
Arnold Mühren   Netherlands Ajax 3 1971, 1972, 1973 Not in the 1973 final. One of the only nine footballers to have won all three major European competitions (EC-UCL, UCWC, UC-EL).
Gerrie Mühren   Netherlands Ajax 3 1971, 1972, 1973
Arie Haan   Netherlands Ajax 3 1971, 1972, 1973
Johnny Rep   Netherlands Ajax 1 1973
Johan Cruijff   Netherlands Ajax 3 1971, 1972, 1973 Has also won as manager in 1992 for Barcelona. Captain in 1973.
Piet Keizer   Netherlands Ajax 3 1971, 1972, 1973 Captain in 1972.
Sjaak Swart   Netherlands Ajax 3 1971, 1972, 1973
Velibor Vasović   Yugoslavia Ajax 1 1971 Captain in 1971.
Nico Rijnders   Netherlands Ajax 1 1971
Dick van Dijk   Netherlands Ajax 1 1971
Eddy Pieters Graafland   Netherlands Feyenoord 1 1970
Piet Romeijn   Netherlands Feyenoord 1 1970
Guus Haak   Netherlands Feyenoord 1 1970
Theo Laseroms   Netherlands Feyenoord 1 1970
Rinus Israël   Netherlands Feyenoord 1 1970 Captain in 1970.
Theo van Duivenbode   Netherlands Feyenoord 1 1970
Franz Hasil   Austria Feyenoord 1 1970
Wim Jansen   Netherlands Feyenoord 1 1970
Willem van Hanegem   Netherlands Feyenoord 1 1970
Henk Wery   Netherlands Feyenoord 1 1970
Ove Kindvall   Sweden Feyenoord 1 1970
Coen Moulijn   Netherlands Feyenoord 1 1970
Fabio Cudicini   Italy Milan 1 1969
Angelo Anquilletti   Italy Milan 1 1969
Karl-Heinz Schnellinger   West Germany Milan 1 1969
Roberto Rosato   Italy Milan 1 1969
Saul Malatrasi   Italy Internazionale, Milan 2 1965[citation needed], 1969
Giovanni Trapattoni   Italy Milan 2 1963, 1969 Has also won as manager
Kurt Hamrin   Sweden Milan 1 1969
Giovanni Lodetti   Italy Milan 2 1963, 1969
Angelo Sormani   Italy Milan 1 1969
Gianni Rivera   Italy Milan 2 1963, 1969 Captain in 1969.
Pierino Prati   Italy Milan 1 1969
Alex Stepney   England Manchester United 1 1968
Shay Brennan   Ireland Manchester United 1 1968
Nobby Stiles   England Manchester United 1 1968
Bill Foulkes   England Manchester United 1 1968
Tony Dunne   Ireland Manchester United 1 1968
Denis Law   Scotland Manchester United 1 1968 Was not in the final due to injury.
Pat Crerand   Scotland Manchester United 1 1968
Francis Burns   Scotland Manchester United 1 1968 Was not in the final.
John Fitzpatrick   Scotland Manchester United 1 1968 Was not in the final.
Jimmy Ryan   Scotland Manchester United 1 1968 Was not in the final.
Bobby Charlton   England Manchester United 1 1968 Captain in 1968
David Sadler   England Manchester United 1 1968
George Best   Northern Ireland Manchester United 1 1968
Brian Kidd   England Manchester United 1 1968
John Aston   England Manchester United 1 1968
John Hughes   Scotland Celtic 1 1967 Was not in the final.
Joe McBride   Scotland Celtic 1 1967 Was not in the final.
Charlie Gallagher   Scotland Celtic 1 1967 Was not in the final.
Willie O'Neill   Scotland Celtic 1 1967 Was not in the final.
Ronnie Simpson   Scotland Celtic 1 1967
Jim Craig   Scotland Celtic 1 1967
Tommy Gemmell   Scotland Celtic 1 1967
Bobby Murdoch   Scotland Celtic 1 1967
Billy McNeill   Scotland Celtic 1 1967 Captain in 1967.
John Clark   Scotland Celtic 1 1967
Jimmy Johnstone   Scotland Celtic 1 1967
Willie Wallace   Scotland Celtic 1 1967
Stevie Chalmers   Scotland Celtic 1 1967
Bertie Auld   Scotland Celtic 1 1967
Bobby Lennox   Scotland Celtic 1 1967
John Fallon   Scotland Celtic 1 1967
José Araquistáin   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
Antonio Betancort   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
Ramón Tejada   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
Vicente Miera   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
Pedro De Felipe   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
Antonio Calpe   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
Ignacio Zoco   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
Manuel Sanchís Martínez   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
Pirri   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
Manuel Velázquez   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
Fernando Serena   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
Félix Ruiz   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
José Luis Veloso   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
Juan Agüero   Paraguay Real Madrid 1 1966
Amancio Amaro   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
Ramón Grosso   Spain Real Madrid 1 1966
Giuliano Sarti   Italy Internazionale 2 1964, 1965
Tarcisio Burgnich   Italy Internazionale 2 1964, 1965
Aristide Guarneri   Italy Internazionale 2 1964, 1965
Giacinto Facchetti   Italy Internazionale 2 1964, 1965
Gianfranco Bedin   Italy Internazionale 1 1965
Armando Picchi   Italy Internazionale 2 1964, 1965 Captain in 1964 and 1965.
Jair da Costa   Brazil Internazionale 2 1964, 1965
Sandro Mazzola   Italy Internazionale 2 1964, 1965
Joaquín Peiró   Spain Internazionale 1 1965
Luis Suárez   Spain Internazionale 2 1964, 1965
Mario Corso   Italy Internazionale 2 1964, 1965
Carlo Tagnin   Italy Internazionale 1 1964
Aurelio Milani   Italy Internazionale 1 1964
Giorgio Ghezzi   Italy Milan 1 1963
Mario David   Italy Milan 1 1963
Mario Trebbi   Italy Milan 1 1963
Morales Benitez Victor   Peru Milan 1 1963
Cesare Maldini   Italy Milan 1 1963 Captain in 1963.
Gino Pivatelli   Italy Milan 1 1963
Dino Sani   Brazil Milan 1 1963
José Altafini   Brazil Milan 1 1963
Bruno Mora   Italy Milan 1 1963
Costa Pereira   Portugal Benfica 2 1961, 1962
Mario João   Portugal Benfica 2 1961, 1962
Germano   Portugal Benfica 2 1961, 1962
Angelo Martins   Portugal Benfica 2 1961, 1962
Domiciano Cávem   Portugal Benfica 2 1961, 1962
Fernando Cruz   Portugal Benfica 2 1961, 1962
José Augusto   Portugal Benfica 2 1961, 1962
Eusébio   Portugal Benfica 1 1962
José Aguas   Portugal Benfica 2 1961, 1962 Captain in 1961 and 1962.
Mário Coluna   Portugal Benfica 2 1961, 1962
António Simões   Portugal Benfica 1 1962
José Neto   Portugal Benfica 1 1961
Joaquim Santana   Portugal Benfica 1 1961
Didi   Brazil Real Madrid 1 1960
Canário   Brazil Real Madrid 1 1960
José María Vidal   Spain Real Madrid 1 1960
Canário   Spain Real Madrid 1 1960
Luis del Sol   Spain Real Madrid 1 1960
Pantaleón   Spain Real Madrid 1 1960
Pepillo   Spain Real Madrid 1 1960
Manuel Bueno   Spain Real Madrid 2 1960, 1966
Pachín   Spain Real Madrid 2 1960, 1966
Antonio Ruiz Cervilla   Spain Real Madrid 2 1959, 1960
Jesús Herrera   Spain Real Madrid 2 1959, 1960
Miché   Spain Real Madrid 2 1959, 1960
Ferenc Puskás   Hungary Real Madrid 3 1959, 1960, 1966
Pereda   Spain Real Madrid 1 1958
Rogelio Domínguez   Argentina Real Madrid 3 1958, 1959, 1960
José Santamaría   Uruguay Real Madrid 4 1958, 1959, 1960, 1966
Manuel Torres   Spain Real Madrid 1 1957
Berasaluce Marquiegui   Spain Real Madrid 1 1957
Raymond Kopa   France Real Madrid 3 1957, 1958, 1959
Enrique Mateos[2]   Spain Real Madrid 4 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960
Castaño   Spain Real Madrid 1 1956
Luis Molowny   Spain Real Madrid 1 1956
Pérez-Payá Soler   Spain Real Madrid 1 1956
Roque Olsen   Argentina Real Madrid 1 1956
Joaquín Navarro   Spain Real Madrid 2 1956, 1957
Joaquín Oliva   Spain Real Madrid 2 1956, 1957
Angel Atienza   Spain Real Madrid 3 1956, 1957, 1958
Miguel Muñoz   Spain Real Madrid 3 1956, 1957, 1958 Has also won as manager in 1960 and 1966. Captain in 1956 and 1957.
Becerril Minguela   Spain Real Madrid 3 1956, 1957, 1958
Ramón Marsal Ribó[3]   Spain Real Madrid 3 1956, 1957, 1958
Joseíto   Spain Real Madrid 4 1956, 1957 1958, 1959
Héctor Rial   Spain Real Madrid 5 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960
Juan Alonso[4]   Spain Real Madrid 5 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960 Captain in 1958.
Juan Santisteban   Spain Real Madrid 5 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960
Marquitos   Spain Real Madrid 5 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960
Rafael Lesmes   Spain Real Madrid 5 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960
José María Zárraga   Spain Real Madrid 5 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960 Captain in 1959 and 1960.
Alfredo Di Stéfano   Spain Real Madrid 5 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960 Scored in all five finals.
Francisco Gento   Spain Real Madrid 6 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1966 Most European Cup wins. Captain in 1966.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • "European Champions Cup Finals". RSSSF. Retrieved 2007-03-09.
  • "UEFA Champions League Winning Squads". RSSSF. Retrieved 2011-05-31.
  • "Champions League Finals 1997–". Soccerbase. Retrieved 2007-03-09.
  • "European Cup Finals 1977, 78, 81, 84". LFCHistory.net. Retrieved 2007-03-09.

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