Manchester United Trophy Cabinet:
|Second Division Titles||2|
|European Cup/Champions League||3|
|English League Cup / Carabao Cup||6|
|FA Charity Shield/Community Shield||21|
|FIFA Club World Cup||1|
|European Super Cup||1|
|European Cup Winners’ Cup||1|
|Last Trophy: Carabao Cup||2022/23 season|
- Manchester United have a record league titles in England’s first tier. The Red Devils last won the prestigious Premier League trophy in the 2012/13 campaign under Sir Alex Ferguson.
- United last lifted silverware in the 2016/17 season, winning the EFL Cup against Southampton and the Europa League against Ajax.
- United have the second most number of FA Cups, two behind Arsenal. The Red Devils missed out on the trophy in the 2017/2018 season, losing to Chelsea in the final.
- The Red Devils have lifted the Champions League title in 1968, 1999 and 2008. We lost two finals to Barcelona in 2009 and 2011.
- The Manchester-based club have a record number of FA Charity Shield/Community Shield titles. We last won the honour in 2016 against Leicester City.
- United are one of three teams, which includes Chelsea and Liverpool in England, to have won the FIFA Club World Cup.