Spanish footballers and coaches around the world won a total of 79 titles in 2020, a score less than in 2019. 79 trophies they raised across the five continents, with Europe being the largest contributor with 43 winches. They are followed by Asia (21), America (12), Oceania (2) and Africa (1). Total, 39 Leagues, 19 Cups, 12 Super Cups, six League Cups, a third National Cup, a Champions League and a European Super Cup.
The Spanish footballer who won the most titles abroad in 2020 was Javi Martinez, who won five (Bundesliga, German Cup, German Super Cup, Champions and European Super Cup) with FC Bayern. Some of the most curious cases are those of Charlie Brown Lopez, who won the Ekstraklasa despite playing only two games with Legia; Jesé Rodriguez, who won Ligue 1 after playing just one minute with PSG; or Antonio Reguero, who debuted his record at age 38 after winning the Finnish League and Cup with HJK Helsinki. David Villa and Gabi Fernández, for their part, hung up their boots after winning titles with Vissel Kobe and Al Sadd respectively.
The Ferencváros of the assistants Albert bosch and Unai Melgosa They revalidated the league title for the first time since 1996, allowing them to return to a Champions League group stage after a 25-year absence. TO Xisco MuñozRaising the Georgia First Division again with Dinamo Tbilisi helped him make the leap to the Watford bench, although one of the most surprising feats was the one carried out by FC Gagra de Emilio José Marti, who lifted the Georgian Cup playing in the Second Division.
Although it does not appear on the list because it is a youth competition, it is worth highlighting the work of Charles Vicens at the helm of Manchester City's U-18 team, which won the FA Youth League, the most prestigious youth tournament in England, for the first time since 2008. Also that of Josep I encrypted (development director) in the successes of Al Hilal, who won the League and Cup in Saudi Arabia. The Spanish coach who won the most titles abroad in 2020 was Xavi, who won three Cups at the controls of Al Sadd in Qatar.
The most anticipated promotions
2020 was also the year in which half a hundred Spanish footballers and coaches were promoted to a foreign First Division. The cases of Leeds United of Víctor Orta, Pablo Hernández or Kiko Casilla, who returned to the Premier League after 16 years, or Tokushima Vortis of Ricardo Rodríguez, who managed to return to the J-League in Japan, stand out.