NEWS | 02/05/2018They've won 12 of the 15 they've played in so far, and are the competition's dominant team.
The legendary team led by Alfredo Di Stéfano got their hands on the first five editions between 1956 and 1960. Their opposition were Stade de Reims (4-3), Fiorentina (2-0), Milan (3-2), Stade de Reims (2-0) and Eintracht Frankfurt (7-3). After losses to Benfica and Inter in 1962 and 1964, their sixth trophy came when they triumphed over Partizan Belgrade in 1966 (2-1).
In 1981 the Whites couldn't overcome Liverpool to get their hands on the trophy once again, but since then they have won every single final they have been involved in. Juventus stood in the way of the seventh cup, won in Amsterdam in 1998 (1-0). The following years saw La Octava against Valencia in Paris (3-0) and La Novena against Bayer Leverkusen in Glasgow (2-1 in 2002) with Zidane's unforgettable volley.
In 2014, a new age of dominance began, leading to a run of appearances in four of the last five possible finals. The first was in 2014 itself: La Décima came in Lisbon, with Ramos' historic goal (4-1). In 2016, with Atlético again the opposition, Real Madrid lifted La Undécima in Milan, before in 2017 they got their hands on La Duodécima in Cardiff, beating Juventus 4-1.