NEWS | 17/07/2017 | Antonio M. LealThe captains' trophy haul features three Champions League crowns, two Club World Cups, four LaLiga titles and two Copas del Rey.
Real Madrid's stunning 2016/17 campaign saw both Sergio Ramos and Marcelo bring their trophy haul as madridistas up to 15. The two captains have picked up exactly the same silverware during their time at the club, with both having tasted glory on various occasions in all of the competitions that Real Madrid have been involved in. The duo's first piece of silverware was the 2006/7 LaLiga crown, which was secured on the final matchday of the campaign. Last season saw the pair lift the domestic crown for a fourth time, when once again the title was sealed in the final game.
Next up in terms of the trophy which the defensive pair have lifted on the highest number of occasions is the Champions League, which both have claimed three times. Indeed, Ramos it was who lifted the continental crown in both 2016 and 2017. The pair's trophy collection is completed by their two Club World Cups, two UEFA Super Cup crowns, two Copas del Rey and two Spanish Super Cup trophies. Coming in behind Ramos and Marcelo in the most decorated madridista standings are Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo, with 12 trophies apiece.