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How many trophies have Liverpool won in the last 20 years?

How many trophies have Liverpool won in the last 20 years?

Over the last 20 years, from 2004 to 2024, Liverpool Football Club, has undergone significant evolution, marked by changes in management, key players, and playing styles.

This period has seen Liverpool amass an impressive collection of trophies, each signifying a chapter in the club's illustrious history.

This post delves into these achievements, celebrating the silverware success Liverpool have enjoyed, and providing insight into the significance of each trophy won during this transformative era.

How many trophies have Liverpool won in the last 20 years?

In the last 20 years, Liverpool have secured a commendable tally of eight major trophies, marking an era of considerable success and highlighting the club's position at the forefront of both English and European football.

List of titles won in the last 20 years:

  1. UEFA Champions League (2004-05, 2018/19)
  2. Premier League (2019/20)
  3. FA Cup (2005/06, 2021/22)
  4. League Cup (2011/12, 2021/22, 2023/24)

The beginning of a new millennium (2004-2009)

liverpool fc champions league trophy lift 2005

The early 2000s was a period of significant achievement for Liverpool, highlighted by their unforgettable 2005 UEFA Champions League victory.

This era saw the Reds triumph in Istanbul in a match that has since entered football folklore as an example of Liverpool's resilience and fighting spirit.

Challenges and triumphs (2010-2015)

This period was marked by challenges, including managerial changes and near misses that tested the club's resolve.

Despite these hurdles, Liverpool celebrated successes, such as domestic cup victories that kept the winning spirit alive. These achievements served as a testament to the club's enduring pursuit of excellence, even in the face of adversity.

The Klopp Era: A resurgence (2015-2024)

The arrival of Jürgen Klopp in 2015 heralded a transformative era for Liverpool, characterized by a resurgence in both domestic and international success. Under Klopp's leadership, Liverpool secured major trophies, including the Premier League, UEFA Champions League, an FA Cup, two League Cups, the UEFA Super Cup, and the FIFA Club World Cup.

jurgen klopp champions league trophy

This period was marked by a cohesive team ethos, innovative tactics, and a revitalized Anfield, propelling Liverpool back to the summit of football.

The Commercial value of silverware success in the 2000s, 2010s, and 2020s

The commercial impact of Liverpool's success over the past two decades cannot be overstated.

Each trophy win has enhanced the club's global brand, attracting sponsorship deals, increasing merchandise sales, and expanding its international fanbase.

This commercial success has, in turn, facilitated further investment in the squad and infrastructure, perpetuating a cycle of success on and off the pitch.


1. How does Liverpool’s trophy haul in the last 20 years compare to other top English and European clubs?

To compare Liverpool's trophy haul in the last 20 years with other top English clubs, we'll consider trophies won from 2004 to 2024.

Major and minor trophies include league titles, domestic cups (FA Cup, League Cup), UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, FIFA Club World Cup, and UEFA Super Cup.

Club Premier League FA Cup League Cup Champions League Europa League Club World Cup Super Cup Total
Liverpool 1 2 3 2 0 1 2 11
Chelsea 5 5 3 2 2 1 2 20
Arsenal 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 8
Manchester United 5 2 4 1 1 0 1 14
Manchester City 5 2 7 0 0 0 0 14
Tottenham 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2

2. Which trophies did Liverpool win with Jurgen Klopp?

Under Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool won every trophy once.


  • Champions League
  • FIFA Club World Cup
  • UEFA Super Cup
  • Premier League
  • Carabao Cup (2)
  • FA Cup
  • FA Community Shield

Klopp's tenure has been the most successful period for Liverpool in a long time, reestablishing the club as a dominant force in both English and European football.

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