Liverpool (England, 59 trophies)

It is not enough to list the English football giants without mentioning Liverpool, in addition to other big names such as Manchester City, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur. Liverpool is the Premier League leaders after 29 years.

The club has won 6 European Cups, 4 UEFA Super Cups, and 3 UEFA Cups, which is a record that has not been broken by any English club. They have also 1 FIFA Club World Cup, 18 Premier League championships, 15 FA Community Shields, 8 League Cups, 7 FA Cups, and 1 Football League Super Cup in the bag.

Liverpool has been home to great football players like Kenny Dalglish, Steven Gerard, Luis Suarez, John Barnes, Xabi Alonso, and Steve McManaman. They are also the record holders in terms of finishing position in the league: the highest average league finishing position for the past five decades.

FCSB (Romania, 58 trophies)

FCSB (Fotbal Club Steaua București) originally belonged to the Romanian Army until 1998 when the club along with its facilities was separated from the armed forces. FCSB has never relegated from the Liga I – the topflight Romanian league. It has won 26 Liga 1 titles, 22 Cupa României, 6 Supercupa României, and 2 Cupa Ligii.

FCSB is a great record holder in its home country, with none of their records having been broken by any other club. In 1986, they won both the European Cup and European Super Cup.

Club Olimpia (Paraguay, 57 trophies)

Club Olimpia (internationally referred to as Olimpia Asunción), is the only club from Paraguay to have won a CONMEBOL title. In addition, they have also won 3 Copa Libertadores, 2 Recopa Sudamericanas, 1  Copa Interamericana, 1 Intercontinental Cup, and 1  Supercopa Sudamericana.

When it comes to domestic trophies, Club Olimpia has won 43 Primera División titles. This is a record that has not been broken by any other football club in the Paraguayan professional league.