Gareth Bale announced his retirement from club and international football. Check out How many trophies did Gareth Bale win ?
How many trophies did Gareth Bale win ?
Bale’s most precious silverware will be the UEFA Champions League winner’s medals he won during his time with Spanish giants Real Madrid.
|UEFA Champions League
|2013-14, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2021-22
|UEFA Super Cup
|2014, 2016, 2017
|Club World Cup
|2014, 2017, 2018
|2016-17, 2019-20, 2021-22
|Copa Del Rey
He won the Champions League five times with Real to become one of the few players to have won that many premier European titles. In fact, only Los Blancos legend Paco Gento has more European Cups to his name.
A stunning career, but also a real shame to end his career at just 33 years of age. But having struggled in Qatar, probably the right time for Bale to call it a day. It is unclear where Bale will now turn, in terms of what he does next.
Bale bows out of the professional game after making his debut almost 17 years ago. Aged just 16, boss George Burley handed Bale his debut for Southampton in April 2006 – a 2-0 win for the Saints over Millwall. Now, he has retired.
Since then, he has gone on to produce a masterful career. Moments including his hat-trick for Tottenham in the San Siro against Inter, captaining Wales at a World Cup, a brace in the Champions League final – scoring an overhead kick.
The Wales star has now won a trophy in every season since he originally left Tottenham in 2013/14 except for one – the campaign he spent on loan at Spurs back in 2020/21.
Bale was at least part of the last Tottenham team to have won silverware during his first stint, lifting the EFL Cup in February 2008.
As was the case with Spurs team-mate Luka Modric, Bale had to wait until his move to Real Madrid before he started racking up more medals.