Jose Mourinho: Trophies won and appearances in cup finals … Adds new trophy to his collection with Roma

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Jose Mourinho became the first manager to win all three European competitions after his Roma side defeated Feyenoord in the inaugural 2022 Europa Conference League title match.

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Even though the new competition lacks the glamour of the Champions League or Europa League, the Roma boss has added another prize to his formidable collection.

Mourinho now has a hat-trick of European cup victories, having already won the Champions League and Europa League.

Jose Mourinho has demonstrated his capacity to win trophies nearly everywhere he goes in his first season with AS Roma, after periods with some of the world’s most prestigious clubs.

Jose Mourinho’s trophies: a complete list and breakdown by club

Mourinho has won 26 club trophies to date, and he once joked that he had won another half-trophy after being fired only days before Tottenham’s Carabao Cup final in 2021.

The Portuguese coach began winning trophies with Porto in 2003 and continued to do so with Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid, and Manchester United.

Trophies won with Porto

TrophySeason
Primeira Liga2002-03
Taca de Portugal2002-03
Supertaca Candido de Oliveira2003
UEFA Cup2002-03
Primeira Liga2003-04
UEFA Champions League2003-04

Trophies won with Chelsea

TrophySeason
Carabao Cup2004-05
Premier League2004-05
FA Community Shield2005
Premier League2005-06
Carabao Cup2006-07
FA Cup 2006-07
Carabao Cup2014-15
Premier League2014-15

Trophies won with Inter Milan

TrophySeason
Supercoppa Italiana2008
Serie A2008-09
Coppa Italia2009-10
Serie A2009-10
UEFA Champions League2009-10

Trophies won with Real Madrid

TrophySeason
Copa del Rey2010-11
La Liga 2011-12
Supercopa de Espana2012

Trophies won with Manchester United

TrophySeason
FA Community Shield2016
Carabao Cup2016-17
UEFA Europa League2016-17

Trophies won with AS Roma

TrophySeason
UEFA Conference League2022

What is Jose Mourinho’s European cup final record?

Jose Mourinho has won every Champions League, Europa League, and Conference League final his teams were involved in.

In the 2003 UEFA Cup, he won his first European cup final with Porto against Celtic. Fortunately, Porto lost the UEFA Super Cup to AC Milan a few months later.

Mourinho’s side won the 2003-04 Champions League with Porto after defeating Monaco 3-0 in the final.

Mourinho did not reach another European final until the 2009-10 season with Inter Milan, where he led the Italians to a 2-0 victory over Bayern Munich.

During his eventful two-year spell at Real Madrid, the Portuguese manager was unable to lead the club to a European final, and he returned to Chelsea, where he lost the 2013 UEFA Super Cup on penalties against Bayern Munich.

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Mourinho won the Europa League with Manchester United four years later, but he lost the UEFA Super Cup final to Real Madrid the following year.

Years later, he lead AS Roma to their first-ever European trophy with a win over Feyenoord in the 2022 Europa Conference League.

What has Jose Mourinho’s record at Roma been?

Mourinho joined Roma only a few months after being fired by Tottenham days before the 2021 Carabao Cup final.

During his first season at the helm of the Serie A team, he validated his efforts by leading the club to its first-ever European cup final victory in 61 years. More importantly, this season they have shown signs of improvement.

Roma finished sixth in Serie A, one point behind rivals Lazio, after finishing seventh in Serie A the prior season and qualifying for the Europa Conference League playoffs. Both Rome-based sides will enter the Europa League group stage in the 2022/23 season.

Inter knocked Roma out of the Coppa Italia quarterfinals, but Roma still finished the season with a trophy. Mourinho was in tears after reaching the final of the Europa Conference League, Europe’s third-tier club competition.

Roma’s Conference League campaign was far from ideal β€” they lost 6-1 to Bodo/Glimt in the group stages β€” but they recovered form just when they needed it. In the Conference League final in Tirana, Albania, they were tactically adept, opportunistic, and impenetrable. Nicolo Zaniolo’s goal gave the Giallorossi a 1-0 victory over Feyenoord.

Many certainly bet in favor of Mourinho’s Roma team ahead of the Conference League final, given his prize haul and cup final record.

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