Jose Mourinho is eyeing more silverware (Picture: Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/Getty Images)
Mourinho already has one trophy tucked away so far from his spell in the Italian capital – the Europa Conference League from 12 months ago.
And such is his astonishing career record in finals, it would take a brave person to bet against the Portuguese icon making it back-to-back European titles.
So, let’s take a look at how many trophies Mourinho has won as a manager in his career as he readies his Roman gladiators for battle against Sevilla in Budapest this evening.
How many trophies has Jose Mourinho won in his career?
Mourinho has won 26 trophies during his career as a manager.
Mourinho is a legend of the game (Picture: ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP via Getty Images)
This places Mourinho joint seventh in the all-time list for trophies won as a manager.
His very first piece of silverware was the Portuguese Primeira Liga title won with Porto in 2002/03 in what was his first full season with the Dragoes.
The Taca de Portugal and the UEFA Cup were also won that year – with the latter coming courtesy of victory over Celtic in the final.
The league title was regained the following season, alongside picking up the Portuguese Super Cup, but the crowning moment in 2003/04 was the incredible Champions League triumph which included an infamous away goals victory over Manchester United in the Round of 16.
Chelsea continued to dominate English football in 2005/06, collecting the Community Shield and another Premier League title.
Mourinho has won five European trophies (Picture: Chris Brunskill Ltd/Getty Images)
Mourinho left the club in 2007, but not before winning the League Cup and FA Cup in the 2006/07 season.
The self-styled ‘Special One’ joined Inter in 2008 and won the Supercoppa Italiana and Serie A title in his first season.
His second campaign was even better, though, with Inter becoming the first Italian club to win the treble (Serie A, Coppa Italia and Champions League).
Mourinho was on the move immediately after clinching the treble, rocking up at Real Madrid in May 2010.
His three-year spell with Los Blancos saw him collect one La Liga title, one Copa del Rey and one Supercopa de Espana.
His return to Chelsea in 2013 saw him claim another Premier League and League Cup in 2014/15.
Mourinho remained in English football following his appointment as manager of Manchester United in 2016.
Jose Mourinho’s trophy cabinet
Primeira Liga (2002/03, 2003/04)
Taca de Portugal (2002/03)
Portuguese Super Cup (2003)
Champions League (2003/04)
UEFA Cup (2002/03)
Premier League (2004/05, 2005/06, 2014/15)
FA Cup (2006/07)
League Cup (2004/05, 2006/07, 2014/15)
Community Shield (2005)
Serie A (2008/09, 2009/10)
Coppa Italia (2009/10)
Supercoppa Italiana (2008)
Champions League (2009/10)
La Liga (2011/12)
Copa del Rey (2010/11)
Supercopa de Espana (2012)
League Cup (2016/17)
Community Shield (2016)
Europa League (2016/17)
Europa Conference League (2021/22)
His three titles at Old Trafford all came in his first season – the Community Shield, League Cup and Europa League.
Mourinho then replaced Mauricio Pochettino as Tottenham manager in November 2019.
However, in light of a disastrous run of results, he was sacked by the club just days before the League Cup final against Manchester City in April 2021.
This was first time Mourinho had left a club without winning a trophy since 2002.
The Europa Conference League victory with Roma last year was the club’s first trophy in 11 years.
The triumph in Albania saw Mourinho become the only manager in history to win all three of UEFA’s major club competitions.
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