Zlatan Ibrahimovic trophies

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a Swedish footballer. He has always been very outspoken about any given topic.


Zlatan is currently one of the most decorated strikers in the world of football regardless of being 39 today. Time and again, he has proved that age is just a number.

Flexibility, reach, positioning has been the key attributes of his game.


How many trophies has Zlatan Ibrahimovic won?



In his professional football career, Zlatan has won a total of 33 trophies and is likely to win more in the future.


He has won the League in 13 of the 15 seasons he has played abroad. He has won the league in 4 countries.


Between 2003/04 & 2010/2011, He won 8 straight league titles.


  1. Dutch League - Eredivisie x 2
  2. Dutch Cup - KNVB Cup x 1
  3. Dutch Super Cup – Johan Cruyff Shield x 1
  4. Serie A x 6
  5. Supercoppa Italiana x 3
  6. Spanish League - Primera Division x 1
  7. Spanish Super Cup - Supercopa De Espana x 2
  8. UEFA Super Cup x 1
  9. FIFA Club World Cup x 1
  10. Ligue 1 x 4
  11. French Supercup x 3
  12. Coupe De France x 2
  13. Coupe De La Ligue x3
  14. English Super Cup - FA Community Shield x 1
  15. English League Cup x 1
  16. UEFA Europa League


Did Zlatan ever win a Champions League?






NO! Zlatan has never won the Champions League. And that will hurt him.

International success has eluded him, as it does for so many great players who represent lesser footballing nations.


But to have played for Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, PSG, and AC Milan and never have won European football's greatest trophy seems just a little bit like bad luck.

At 39 years of age and showing no sign of slowing down, he has very little time as Champions League glory has eluded some great players before.


What is his biggest achievement?



Zlatan’s biggest collective achievement would be the Europa League win during his tenure with the Red Devils – Manchester United and the fact that he was named Swedish male athlete of the year for 4 times in his career in 2008, 2010, 2013, 2014 would be his biggest individual achievement.


However, Zlatan has given us a lot to remember over the years and it’s quite difficult to pick one out of a number of achievements he has had for his country, clubs, and himself.


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