A.C. Milan is a football club in Italy. The competition in which the club has had the most success is the European Cup/UEFA Champions League, which they won seven times, the first in 1963; this triumph made them the first Italian side to win the European Cup. The remaining six triumphs occurred in 1969, 1989, 1990, 1994, 2003, and 2007. They are also the only team to have won the UEFA Cup/Europa League on eight occasions.
AC Milan's record with ten games to go is unsurpassed. In 2004, José Mourinho's Chelsea FC reached the final but was beaten by Wenger's Arsenal FC. Neither manager has been able to reproduce their success since then, although Mourinho did win the Europa League with its predecessor, the UEFA Cup, in 2009.
Milan have played a total of 111 matches in the Champions League and have scored 160 goals. Their record is impressive: 61 wins, 14 draws and 55 losses. They have been knocked out of the tournament by German sides in five finals: Bayern Munich (1963), Borussia Dortmund (1985), Hamburg United (1987), Werder Bremen (1990), and Bayer Leverkusen (2013).
AC Milan have also won the Coppa Italia nine times, the Cup Winners' Cup three times, the Supercoppa Italiana once, and the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup twice. They were finalists of the European Cup in 1964 and 1978.
Milan were beaten 4-2 in the first leg at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. Despite winning the second leg 2-1 at San Siro, they were ousted from the tournament, and the club's maiden European season came to an end as Real Madrid won the first of their five straight European Cups.
A.C. Milan is a football club in Italy. The European Cup/UEFA Champions League is the competition in which the club has had the most success, having won it seven times, the first time in 1963, making them the first Italian team to do so. The remaining six triumphs occurred in 1969, 1989, 1990, 1994, 2003, and 2007.
Top European clubs from all major football leagues battle for the prized trophy. The European Cup, which has been in existence since 1955, was renamed the UEFA Champions League in 1992, however the trophy still bears the name of the European Cup. Spanish and English clubs have dominated the competition, winning 18 and 12 titles, respectively.
Three. The European Cup is the competition in which the club has enjoyed the greatest success (now known as the UEFA Champions League). They have three European Cups, the first of which they won in 1968, becoming them the first English club to do so. The other two triumphs were in 1999 and 2008.
They have also reached the final twice more, losing on both occasions. This makes United's overall record in the tournament seven wins out of nine matches played and three losses only. This is the most successful record in Europe outside Italy or Russia.
Furthermore, they are the only team to have beaten Real Madrid at the Bernabeu stadium every time they have met. The games are evenly matched with each one going into extra time until France midfielder Paul Pogba scored the winning goal for United in the last match played at the stadium this past September.
The club has also recorded several other notable results throughout their history including: winning the Spanish La Liga five times, the Portuguese Primeira Liga once and the German Bundesliga twice.
Finally, United have never been defeated by an English club even though they have faced many strong teams over the years including: Bayern Munich, A.C. Milan, Inter Milan, Liverpool, AC Sparta Prague and Benfica.
Overall, they are the most successful club in England and Europe and have won more trophies than any other British team.