After Real Madrid claimed the Spanish Super Cup recently, they are now on par with the most successful club in Europe's top five leagues, while Liverpool are closing in on longstanding rivals Manchester United.
Click through the gallery above to see which European clubs have won the most trophies.
Los Blancos beat Atletico Madrid 4-1 in a penalty shootout to claim their 11th Spanish Super Cup earlier this month, making Zinedine Zidane the second-most successful coach in their rich history.
The Frenchman has lifted 10 of Real's 91 trophies, with only legendary coach Miguel Munoz winning more with 14 pieces of silverware.
After their latest Super Cup success, Real have now drawn level with FC Barcelona in terms of titles, with both Spanish giants now sitting on 91 trophies.
Real's full trophy cabinet consists of: 33 LaLiga titles, 19 Copa del Reys – the only competition Zidane is yet to win – 11 Spanish Super Cups, 13 UEFA Champions Leagues, four UEFA Super Cups, four FIFA Club World Cups, three Intercontinental Cups, two UEFA Cups (predecessor of Europa League), one Copa Eva Duarte and one Copa de la Liga.
Barcelona's selection of silverware includes: 26 LaLiga titles, 30 Copa del Reys, 13 Spanish Super Cups, five Champions Leagues, five UEFA Super Cups, four UEFA Cup Winners Cups, three FIFA Club World Cups, three Copas Eva Duarte and two Copas de la Liga.
German giants Bayern Munich complete the top three with 72 titles, while United and Juventus follow with 66 trophies each.
Liverpool are in sixth place, but have already won two trophies in this campaign and could add another three titles to their cabinet this season, namely the Premier League, the Champions League and the FA Cup.
Note: In order to compare the achievements, only clubs in Europe's top five leagues were taken into consideration – you view the complete top 10 in the gallery above!
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