Jose Mourinho adored a galore of records on the night of the UEFA Conference League finals. He made at least 4 new records on Wednesday night. AS Roma bagged the title of the inaugural edition of the UECL beating Dutch side Feyenoord. The Serie A side managed to win their first-ever European trophy under the guidance of the Special One. Well, here we’ve brought in all Jose Mourinho European Trophies and Records. Find answers to the questions, How many European trophies has Jose Mourinho won? How many finals has Jose Mourinho featured? What are the clubs Jose Mourinho has won a trophy with? UCL Final 2022 Preview and Prediction (Liverpool vs Real).
Jose Mourinho European Trophies and Records
Take a look at The Special One’s European trophy cabinet as well as his European records.
First-Ever Manager to Win the UEFA Conference League Title:
We all know, it was the inaugural edition of the UEFA Conference League. So the UECL title was never lifted by any manager before Mourinho. As it was the very first edition and the very first final, the 59-years-old became the first-ever manager to win the UECL title.
First Manager to Win All 3 Running European Events:
The Portuguese soccer manager has also become the first-ever manager in European club football history to win all 3 of its running events’ titles. Yes, he had already bagged the UEFA Champions League titles twice while securing the Europa League title once and the UEFA Cup (previous version of the UEL) once. He was one of the only 6 managers to win both UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League/UEFA Cup. And now he is the holder of an incredible record. As the former Real Madrid boss is now the only manager in history to win UCL, UEL, as well as UECL.
|Competition||Winning Managers||Number of Managers|
|UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League/UEFA Cup||Giovanni Trapattoni, Bob Paisley, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho, Rafael Benitez, Udo Lattek||06|
|UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League/UEFA Cup, and UEFA Europa Conference League||Jose Mourinho||01|
Holds 100% Winning Record in 5 Finals of the UEFA Competitions:
Jose Mourinho has managed 5 times in the UEFA competition finals and won all of those! Yeah, he holds an incredible 100% winning record in the UEFA competition finals. It’s an amazing record, to be honest, and perhaps a dream for even many legendary coaches. He won his very first final with FC Porto against Celtic in 2003. After coming from a 0-2 trailing, the Portuguese side eventually won the fixture 3-2, thanks to a Derlei brace. Next year, he won another European title, once again with FC Porto. But this time he caught the biggest fish as Porto tasted first-ever UCL glory under him. In the final, Jose’s lads just thrashed AS Monaco 3-0. Carlos Alberto, Deco, and Alenichev scored one each to announce Mourinho globally.
Mourinho had to wait 6 years for his next continental title. In 2010, he won another UCL trophy, and this time with Inter Milan. Yeah, it was the historic treble-winning season for the Black and Blues. Jose is also one of the few managers in history to guide a team to a treble victory. In the final, the Serie A side got the better of German giant Bayern Munich by 2-0. So far, it’s his last UCL glory as well. After that final, Jose had to change many stoppages to finally arrive in Manchester. After the departure of Sir Alex, Red Devils were struggling and Jose Mourinho brought some hope for them. in the 2016-17 final, the Old Trafford-based side beat Dutch Eredivisie team Ajax by 2-0. And finally, he won his 5th final with AS Roma against another Dutch side Feyenoord on Wednesday, May 25th, 2022.
Mourinho European Final Winning Records Chart:
|FC Porto||Celtic||Porton Wins 3-2||UEFA Cup||2002-03|
|FC Porto||AS Monaco||Porto Wins 3-0||UEFA Champions League||2003-04|
|Inter Milan||Bayern Munich||Inter Milan Wins 2-0||UEFA Champions League||2009-10|
|Manchester United||Ajax||Man Utd Wins 2-0||UEFA Europa League||2016-17|
|AS Roma||Feyenoord||Roma Wins 1-0||UEFA Europa Conference League||2021-22|
First and Only Manager to Win European Competitions with 4 Different Clubs:
Jose adored another record on Wednesday night. He became the only manager in history to conquer Europe with 4 different clubs. This record justifies his “Special One” tag. It shows that he is more special than those clubs, to be honest. FC Porto has never won a European title since Mourinho left, and neither does Inter Milan. Mourinho has been the last manager to win Man Utd a trophy! Moreover, it was Roma’s first-ever European title as well. Check out, the Jose Mourinho European trophies on a club-by-club basis in the below chart:
|Side Managed||Winning European Titles|
|FC Porto||2 (UCL, UEFA Cup)|
|Inter Milan||1 (UCL)|
|Man Utd||1 (UEL)|
|AS Roma||1 (UECL)|
Some Other Mention-Worthy Jose Mourinho European and Domestic Records:
Helps AS Roma win their first title in 14 years! The last time the Stadio Olimpico-based side won a trophy was back in 2007-08. It took them 14 seasons to secure the next trophy. And eventually after several managerial changes, finally Jose managed to gift an occasion to the Roma fans to celebrate.
The first-ever Roma manager to win a European title. The Yellow and Reds do have a history of 95 years and he is the only manager to help them conquer Europe. And yes, that too in his first season as the Roma boss.
This man is the last manager to win a trophy for Man Utd. He helped the side win the UEL in 2017. He lost his job next season. Since his departure, 4 more years have gone and United are still searching for their first title in the post-Mourinho period. Ten Hag to Man Utd Contract Details and Possible Changes.
Jose holds a few more special records. He helped Inter win a UCL after 45 years drought in the European top-flight. He guided Chelsea to a Premier League victory after a drought of 50 years in the Blues’ history. Real Madrid hadn’t won the Spanish biggest cup competition, Copa Del Rey, in 18 years, he joined them and brought the trophy back to the Bernabeu. Moreover, he was the first manager in LaLiga history to reach 100 points landmark with the Blancos.
All these records do talk for Jose. You may love him or hate him but one simply can’t deny that he is the Special One. Highest-Paid Premier League Managers in 2022.