The UEFA Champions League is the biggest competition in Europe. Both clubs and players who have gotten the chance to participate in the competition try their best to make an impact.
Real Madrid is the club with most wins in the UEFA Champions League. They have won 277 UCL matches. This has enabled them to win 14 UEFA Champions League tittles. They won 0-3 against Celtics in their game week 1 2022/2023 UCL group stage match.
The second club with most wins in the UEFA Champions League is Bayern Munich. They have won 221 UCL matches.
Barcelona has won 195 matches in the UEFA Champions League history. They have won 5 UEFA Champions League tittles. They will be playing against Viktoria Plzen in their game week 1 UCL group B match.
Cristiano Ronaldo who will not be participating in the 2022/2023 UEFA Champions League has played 183 UEFA Champions League matches in which he has won 115 matches.
Here are clubs with most wins in the UEFA Champions League.
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