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Carlo Ancelotti teams coached, trophies, awards & profile



Highlighting every Carlo Ancelotti teams coached, trophies, awards and performance behind the famous status as one of the most excellent football managers.

Carlo Ancelotti Cavaliere is an Italian professional football manager who’s led several European soccer teams like Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, AC Milan, Chelsea, etc. He is one of only three managers to have won the UEFA Champions League three times (twice with AC Milan and once with Real Madrid). He is regarded as one of the most significant and most successful managers.


The Italian manager also boasts two FIFA Club World Cups, managing AC Milan and Real Madrid. As a legend, Ancelotti has had stints in the biggest football nations, including England, Italy, Spain, Germany and France.


One interesting fact about Carlo Ancelotti is his ability to grow a team while relying on the current players at his disposal. In most cases, these players could be less known.

Today, the Italian is among the high profile coaches of modern-day football. Some of the trophies he’s won as a manager include the Premier League, Italian Série A, Champions League, La Liga, FIFA Club World Cup, etc.


How many trophies has Carlo Ancelotti won? He has won 20 trophies in his career, including the Premier League, Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup, La Liga and Série A, etc.


Did Carlo Ancelotti manage PSG? Ancelotti was head coach of Paris Saint-Germain from 2011–to 2013, winning the French Ligue 1 title during his last season with the club.


How many clubs has Carlo Ancelotti coached? He has coached ten professional football clubs, including Chelsea, AC Milan, PSG, Real Madrid, Juventus, Bayern Munich, etc.


How many times has Carlo Ancelotti won the Champions League? Ancelotti won the Champions League three times (twice with AC Milan in 2003 and 2007 and once with Real Madrid in 2014).


Carlo Ancelotti trophies in a nutshell

The Italian manager is one of the most successful Italian football coaches.


AC Milan – Italy

Serie A: (1) 2003–04

Coppa Italia: (1) 2002–03

Supercoppa Italiana: (1) 2004

UEFA Champions League: (2) 2002–03, 2006–07; runner-up: 2004–05

UEFA Super Cup: (2) 2003, 2007

FIFA Club World Cup: (1) 2007

Real Madrid – Spain

La Liga: 2021-22

Copa del Rey: (1) 2013–14

UEFA Champions League: (1) 2013–14

UEFA Super Cup: (1) 2014

FIFA Club World Cup: (1) 2014

Chelsea – England

Premier League: (1) 2009–10

FA Cup: (1) 2009–10

FA Community Shield: (1) 2009

Bayern Munich – Germany

Bundesliga: (1) 2016–17

DFL-Supercup: (1) 2016, 2017

Paris Saint-Germain – France

Ligue 1: (1) 2012–13

Juventus – Italy

UEFA Intertoto Cup: (1) 1999

All Carlo Ancelotti teams coached

He began his career as an assistant with the Italian Men’s National Team from 1992 to 1995.


1. Reggiana

Dates joined: 1995–1996


Ancelotti began his professional managerial career with Serie B side Reggiana in 1995. He was able to secure promotion to the Série A the following season.


The immediate impact at the club could be attributed to the experience he’s had during his time with the Italian Men’s National Team as an assistant under Arrigo Sacchi.


His exploits with the second division club sent waves across the domestic scene.


2. Parma

Dates joined: 1996–1998

Carlo joined Parma the following season after helping Reggiana to top-flight football once again.

The Italian manager was introduced to the club after his contract with the club was confirmed. He took charge of the team and played his first game in a shock Coppa Italia loss to Pescara.


However, this was just the beginning of a new era with Parma, a top Italian football club with domestic and European success historically

During his first season, he took the club to second place, thereby securing a place in Europe.


Although he made a lot of impact with his new style and philosophy, Ancelotti could not replicate the same form of his first season and was eventually allowed to leave after the club failed to qualify for the Champions League.


3. Juventus

Dates joined: 1999–2001


Following his departure from Parma, Ancelotti became the right man to take over the top job at Juventus.

This time, the manager took over a different style of play that helped Juventus to victory in the Intertoto Cup which was his first and only trophy while he was with the Turin based club.


Although he had some of the best players at his disposal, Carlo did not have an easy ride.

The significant highlights of Carlo Ancelotti’s reign at Juventus were the Intertoto Cup victory and surrendering a five-point lead with three games remaining and finishing second in the league.


4. AC Milan

Dates joined: 2001–2009


Carlo had a remarkable achievement with AC Milan. During his first season, he led a struggling AC Milan team to Champions League qualification while taking them to the semi-final of the Europa League.


About two years into his AC Milan reign, he won the UEFA Champions League by beating his former club Juventus on penalties at the Old Trafford Stadium in Manchester.


He also won the Coppa Italia, claiming the double for the club in his second season.

On a full-scale project with the Milan based club, Carlo went into the market for more reinforcement, signing top players to the team. This helped him conquer Portuguese side FC Porto in the 2003 UEFA Super Cup.


Earning a record 82 points from 34 games, Ancelotti won the 2004 Italian Serie A season with AC Milan. However, his new empire suffered back to back league losses to his former club Juventus in 2004–05 and 2005–06 (although the titles were void due to scandal).


The manager continued with the push for Milan to win a major trophy once again despite losing out in many finals. Carlo’s hard work was finally rewarded in the 2006–07 season when he took the club to win the Champions League following the defeat of Liverpool.

 Carlo Ancelotti made history, winning the club’s first-ever FIFA Club World Cup in 2007 . He won the 2007 UEFA Super Cup with Milan.  In total, Carlo Ancelotti won eight major trophies with AC Milan.


5. Chelsea

Dates joined: 2009–2011


Carlo Ancelotti agreed to a three-year contract with English Premier League club Chelsea to succeed already departed Dutch manager Guus Hiddink.


Two months into his first year with the London based club, he won the FA Community Shield, beating giants Manchester United on penalties, following a 2–2 draw.


Although his new job showed signs of improvement, Chelsea were eliminated from the EFL Cup after a quarter-finals defeat to Blackburn Rovers.


He also lost out on the Champions League. But despite these disappointing results, Ancelotti led Chelsea to the Premier League title at the end of his first season in charge.

By so doing, Carlo Ancelotti made history by becoming the first Italian manager to win the Premier League title. He completed the Double following the FA Cup final win over Portsmouth.


In the beginning of his second season, his side lost to Manchester United in FA Community Shield. This time, he failed to retain the Premier League title after finishing second.


6. Paris Saint-Germain

Dates joined: 2011–2013


Ancelotti’s next destination was France after Premier League and FA Cup titles with Chelsea.

Despite facing tough times in the French top flight with Paris Saint-Germain, the Italian manager guided the club to the league title.


He also took PSG to the Champions League quarter-finals where they lost to Spanish La Liga side Barcelona on away goals rule.


7. Real Madrid

Dates joined: 2013–2015, 2021-present


Following his departure from the French club, he was appointed to take charge of Real Madrid as a replacement for Portuguese manager josé Mourinho.


Shortly after his introduction as the Los Blancos new head coach, Ancelotti brought some new faces like Isco and Asier Illarramendi as he sought to bolster the team.

Under his watch, Real Madrid signed Welshman Gareth Bale for a new world record signing for £86 million (€105M) from the English side Tottenham Hotspur.


He succeeded in bringing a new style of play which also worked for him in most cases.

Carlo Ancelotti took Real Madrid to win their tenth Champions League trophy following the defeat of rivals Atlético Madrid. He also won the 2014 UEFA Super Cup against Sevilla. Once again, the Italian manager guided another European team to victory in the 2014 FIFA Club World Cup.


8. Bayern Munich

Dates joined: 2016–2017


Immediately after Pep Guardiola left Bayern Munich, Carlo Ancelotti was appointed as his replacement. The Italian was offered a three-year contract.

Although he struggled with form throughout his stay at the club, he won one Bundesliga and two DFL-Supercup with the Bavarians.


9. Napoli

Dates joined: 2018–2019


At a time when Napoli was having the best form of their lives under Maurizio Sarri, a lucrative offer from England would be the obstacle for the Partenopei.


Sarri came close to winning the Série A title with Napoli on two occasions and was about making it even more intense before heading for the role at Chelsea.


10. Everton

Dates joined: 2019–2021

Ancelotti moved back to the English Premier League, but this time his destination was Merseyside. He was appointed as the manager of Everton on a four-and-a-half-year deal.


In a bid to begin a new empire in the Premier League with Everton, Carlo made some reinforcement with the signing of some top names like James Rodríguez, Allan, Ben Godfrey, Abdoulaye Doucouré, Niels Nkounkou, etc.


He started 2020–21 like a house on fire, recording consecutive wins across all competitions that took Everton to the top three on the league table.

Despite these impressive stats, Ancelotti and his team began to face mixed results across all competitions.


11. Real Madrid

Dates joined: 2021-present


Before the start of the 2021/2022 season, Carlo Ancelotti resigned his position at Everton in favour of the Real Madrid move.

He was appointed manager of Real Madrid in a three-year deal. He is expected to lead the new improved Los Blancos in domestic and continental scene.


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Best years as manager


AC Milan – Leading Italian Serie A side AC Milan, Carlo won two UEFA Champions League titles, Série A and Coppa Italia.


Real Madrid – He won the club’s 10th Champions League title as well as winning the club’s first-ever FIFA Club World Cup in 2014.


Chelsea – He won the Premier League and FA Cup with Chelsea to become the first Italian manager to lift the English Premier League title. Subsequently, Antonio Conte won the EPL with Chelsea and became the second Italian to do so.


Bayern Munich – Leading the Bavarians amid mixed results across all competitions, the legendary manager was able to win the one Bundesliga and two DFL-Supercups.


Carlo Ancelotti is one of the greatest football managers of all time who’s won major trophies and have led some of the biggest teams in the world.

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