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 2022/23 term, winning the EFL Cup against Newcastle United. Erik ten Hag managed to end the club’s six-year trophy drought.
- 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. We also made it to the final last season but lost to Manchester City, who ended up winning the treble.
- 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.
United’s last European trophy was won under manager Jose Mourinho in the 2016/17 season. They have now made it to the Champions League this season as their wait for another prestigious European title goes on.