Intercontinental Cup 1960 Miguel Muñoz 1961 Roberto Scarone 1962 Luís Alonso (Lula) 1963 Luís Alonso (Lula) 1964 Helenio Herrera 1965 Helenio Herrera 1966 Roque Gastón Máspoli 1967 Juan José Pizzuti 1968 Osvaldo Juan Zubeldia 1969 Nereo Rocco 1970 Ernst Happel 1971 Washington Echamendi 1972 Stefan Kovacs 1973 Roberto Ferreiro (Pipo) 1974 Luis Aragonés 1975 not played 1976 Dettmar Cramer 1977 Juan Carlos Lorenzo 1978 not played 1979 Luis Cubilla 1980 Juan Mugica 1981 Paulo César Carpeggiani 1982 Hugo Bagnulo 1983 Valdir Espinosa 1984 José Omar Pastoriza 1985 Giovanni Trapattoni 1986 Héctor Rodolfo Vieira 1987 Tomislav Ivic 1988 Roberto Fleitas 1989 Arrigo Sacchi 1990 Arrigo Sacchi 1991 Vladica Popovic 1992 Telê Santana 1993 Telê Santana 1994 Carlos Bianchi 1995 Louis Van Gaal 1996 Marcello Lippi 1997 Nevio Scala 1998 Guus Hiddink 1999 Alex Ferguson 2000 Carlos Bianchi 2001 Ottmar Hitzfeld 2002 Vicente del Bosque 2003 Carlos Bianchi 2004 Víctor Fernández FIFA World Cup 2000 Oswaldo de Oliveira 2001 not played 2002 not played 2003 not played 2004 not played 2005 Paulo Autuori 2006 Abel Braga 2007 Carlo Ancelotti 2008 Alex Ferguson 2009 Josep Guardiola 2010 Rafa Benítez 2011 Josep Guardiola 2012 Adenor Bacchi (Tite) 2013 Josep Guardiola 2014 Carlo Ancelotti 2015 Luis Enrique 2016 Zinedine Zidane 2017 Zinedine Zidane 2018 Santiago Solari 2019 Jürgen Klopp 2020 Hans-Dieter Flick Coaches with more than one title: 3 times with different teams: Carlos Bianchi (94/00/03) Josep Guardiola (09/11/13) 2 times with different teams: Carlo Ancelotti (07/14) 2 times with the same team: Lula (62/63) Helenio Herrera (64/65) Arrigo Sacchi (89/90) Telê Santana (92/93) Alex Ferguson (99/08) Zinedine Zidane (16/17) Won as coach AND as player: Luis Cubilla (as player for Peñarol in 1961 and Nacional in 1971; as coach for Olimpia in 1979) Juan Mugica (as player for Nacional in 1971; as coach for Nacional in 1980) Carlo Ancelotti (as player for Milan in 1989 and 1990; as coach for Milan in 2007 and Real Madrid in 2014) Zinedine Zidane (as player for Juventus in 1996 and Real Madrid in 2002; as coach for Real Madrid in 2016 and 2017) Santiago Solari (as player for Real Madrid in 2002; as coach for Real Madrid in 2018) Foreign Coaches: Helenio Herrera (Argentinian) won for Internazionale (Italy) in 1964/1965 Ernst Happel (Austrian) won for Feijenoord (Netherlands) in 1970 Luis Cubilla (Uruguayan) won for Olimpia (Paraguay) in 1979 Tomislav Ivic (Croatian) won for Porto (Portugal) in 1987 Nevio Scala (Italian) won for Borussia Dortmund (Germany) in 1997 Guus Hiddink (Dutch) won for Real Madrid (Spain) in 1998 Víctor Fernández (Spanish) won for Porto (Portugal) in 2004 Rafa Benítez (Spanish) won for Internazionale (Italy) in 2010 Josep Guardiola (Spanish) won for Bayern München (Germany) in 2013 Carlo Ancelotti (Italian) won for Real Madrid (Spain) in 2014 Zinedine Zidane (French) won for Real Madrid (Spain) in 2016 Zinedine Zidane (French) won for Real Madrid (Spain) in 2017 Santiago Solari (Argentinian) won for Real Madrid (Spain) in 2018 Jürgen Klopp (German) won for Liverpool (England) in 2019
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Last updated: 25 Feb 2021
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