Boca Juniors

In terms of the number of trophies, the most successful football team in Argentina is Boca Juniors. The club was also awarded an honorary title for their successful tour of Europe in 1925 by the Argentine Football Association. In fact, in terms of the number of complete international titles, the Argentinian team ranks third in the world, only after Real Madrid and Al Ahly.

They also have earned several international titles, including six Copa Libertadores, four Recopa Sudamericana, three Intercontinental Cups, and two Copa Sudamericana. In February 2011, Boca was named as the top South American club of the first decade of the 21st century by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS).

Deportivo Colo-Colo (Chile, 54 trophies)

Deportivo Colo-Colo is the most successful football club in Chile. They have won more league titles (42) and more Copa Chile titles (11) than any other team in the country.

With the most number of supporters in Chile, Colo-Colo is the first Chilean football team to have won a continental tournament (the 1991 Copa Libertadores). In 2009, the IFFHS named them as the 20th century’s top club in Chile.

Zamalek (Egypt, 52 trophies)

Zamalek is a professional Egyptian football club that was the first team to win the 1921Sultan Hussein Cup in, the 1922 Egypt Cup, and the 1922-23 season of Cairo League. That has never relegated from the Premier League of Egypt. When it comes to continental trophies, the club has won five CAF Cham Cup Winners’ Cup.

Zamalek is also considered as one of the most successful football clubs in Africa. They are the first Egyptian team to win the Afro Asian Cup (in 1987) as well as to ever qualify for the FIFA Club World Cup (in 2000).