With 33 titles Barcelona has won more in its own field. Has won 23 Catalonian Championships between 1901 and 1938, and 10 Catalan Cups between 1991 and 2014 (8 Cups and 2 Super Cups). Real Madrid (23) lags regionally behind, with 18 Madrid Championships and 5 Mancomunado Trophies, all coming in between 1904 and 1936.
Real Madrid, by contrast, has won more international titles than Barca.
At a national level, Barcelona also has more trophies. After their most recent league triumph, the Catalans have won a total of 74 titles in Spain, ten more than rivals Real who have lifted 64throughout their history. Barcelona has fewer league titles than the ‘Blancos’, but nobody has more Copa del Rey trophies than they do.
26 La Liga and 30 Copa del Rey titles can be seen in the Camp Nou’s trophy cabinet, as well as 12 Spanish Super Cups, 2 League Cups, and 1 Copa Eva Duarte. Real Madrid has lifted 33 leagues, 19 Cups, 11 Spanish Super Cups, 1 League Cup, and 1 Copa Eva Duarte.
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Real Madrid comes out on top in this aspect. Barcelona has 19 European titles, having won 5 European Cups (1 European Cup and 4 Champions Leagues), 4 Cup Winners’ Cups, 5 European Super Cups, 3 Fairs Cups (forerunner of the UEFA Cup), and 2 Latin Cups (which laid the ground for the European Cup).
Real Madrid’s European Cup record is a source of pride for the club, with 13 under their belt (6 European Cups and 7 Champions Leagues), 2 UEFA Cups (forerunner of the Europa League), 4 European Super Cups and, like Barcelona, 2 Latin Cups.
The overall head-to-head record of meetings between the teams has been extremely tight and Real’s recent win brings them back level with Barca on 96 wins each overall, moving them ahead by one in
La Liga 181
Copa del Rey 36
Champions League 8
Other competitions* 20
In this section, Real Madrid more than doubles the number of trophies won by Barcelona, who have only lifted 4 international cups. Madrid has won 10.
The Catalans have won 3 Club World Cups, dwarfed by Real Madrid’s 4 Club World Cups, 1 Ibero-American Cup, 3 Intercontinental Cups, and 2 Small World Cups.
Both clubs can boast impressive achievements throughout their history. Some choose to focus on the number of titles while others prefer to fixate on the quality and prestige of the competition.