Who won silverware across Europe this season?
All the trophy winners in the major European leagues
The Champions League final brings down the curtain on the top-level club season in Europe this weekend.
It’s been a great season across the continent and the Coral News Team have rounded up the winners of the major domestic competitions.
Premier League: Manchester City – From a statistical perspective, Pep Guardiola’s side may have enjoyed the best league campaign in English football history. They set a new points record (100), a new goals record (106) and finished 19 points ahead of Manchester United in second.
FA Cup: Chelsea – The Blues lifted the FA Cup in what could be Antonio Conte’s final match in charge. They beat Man United 1-0 in a cagey final at Wembley to end the season with silverware.
Carabao Cup: Man City – City comfortably beat Arsenal 3-0 back in February to win the first trophy of the Guardiola era.
La Liga: Barcelona finished 14 points clear at the top of the table. They were on track to go the entire campaign unbeaten before they fell to a shock 5-4 defeat away to Levante last month.
Copa del Rey: Ernesto Valverde led Barcelona to the domestic double in this first season at Camp Nou. The Catalan club have now won the competition for four consecutive years.
Serie A: Napoli finished the season on 91 points and still weren’t able to stop Juventus from winning a seventh straight title. Maurizio Sarri is reportedly considering leaving Napoli, which would make it hard to see beyond Juventus again next term.
Coppa Italia: Juventus have dominated the cup in Italy too in recent years. Their 4-0 thrashing of AC Milan in Rome secured the trophy for the fourth year running.
Bundesliga: No surprises here. After a disappointing start to the season, Bayern Munich replaced Carlo Ancelotti with Jupp Heynckes and cruised to the title. They finished 21 points ahead of Schalke in second.
DFB-Pokal: The German cup wasn’t anywhere near as predictable. Eintracht Frankfurt took a surprise lead against Bayern in last Saturday’s final, only for Robert Lewandowski to cancel it out.
However, Eintracht struck twice more to seal a stunning 3-1 win. It was particularly memorable for Niko Kovac, who guided his side to victory in his final game against his next club.
Ligue 1: Paris Saint-German ran out comfortable winners in France’s top tier, regaining the title from Monaco.
Coupe de France: PSG also won the top domestic cup, beating fourth-tier side Les Gerbiers VF to secure the trophy.
Coupe de la Ligue: Another PSG triumph here as Unai Emery lead the club to the domestic treble in his second and last season in Paris.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing