10 10 9. CSKA Sofia – 31 Bulgarian league titles – Click the arrow to see who is number one – The Bulgarian giants may not have held the domestic title since 2008, but they remain far above everyone else when it comes to total league crowns. 10. Juventus have so far won 30 Italian league titles – Click the arrow to see which nine European clubs have won even more domestic championships! – Juve fans will claim that the Old Lady has won 32 league titles, but official records show that they current have 30. The Italian giants are storming towards another scudetto and should they manage to get their two chalked off titles back, might end the season on 33 crowns. 3. Olympiacos – 41 Greek league titles – Click the arrow to see who is number one – Olympiacos dominance of the Greek top tier is something to behold, with the club having won 16 of the last 18 national titles. 10 =7. Rapid Vienna – 32 Austrian league titles – Click the arrow to see who is number one – Over the course of their 116-year history, Rapid Vienna have won 32 top tier titles, with the last coming back in 2008. 10 =4. Ajax – 33 Dutch league titles – Click the arrow to see who is number one – Ajax are currently on a run of four consecutive league titles, but they will need a miracle to make it five in a row this year. 10 =7. Real Madrid – 32 Spanish league titles – Click the arrow to see who is number one – There is a pretty big step up in quality from Rapid to Real Madrid, but it doesnt discount from the record total of national titles. Real boast a massive 10 more league crowns than their fierce rivals Barcelona. 10 =4. Anderlecht – 33 Belgian league titles – Click the arrow to see who is number one – Arguably Belgiums biggest club, Anderlecht picked up their 33rd national crown last season, but look like losing it to Club Brugge this campaign. Fans of rival clubs love to argue over who is the biggest club in the land, but when it comes to domestic success, how does that compare to other countries?We decided to take a look, pitting the number of national titles won by record holders from each European country to see who can boast the most success.Obviously, it is ludicrous to compare the prestige of winning a Spanish league title with one in Belgium, or the English Premier League with the Northern Irish Premier League, but it does highlight just how dominant certain teams have been in their respective country.Click the arrow to see the top ten. =4. Benfica – 33 Portuguese league titles – Click the arrow to see who is number one – The record holders in Portugal, Benfica boast a hugely impressive 33 titles. Their first came back in 1936. 10 10 10 2. Linfield – 51 Northern Ireland league titles – Click the arrow to see who is number one – Usurped in recent years by Cliftonville, Linfield remain Northern Irelands record champions by some way, having won 51 league titles in their history. 10 1. Rangers – 54 Scottish league titles – It has been a turbulent few years for Rangers, but at least the fans can still hold onto the fact that their club boasts 54 national titles, no just the highest in Scottish football history, but the highest in European football.
What do Norwegian footballers do when their domestic league is on a winter break?Go on the roof of a hotel next door to a football stadium, kick footballs from the roof into the ground and try to score a volley, obviously.Check out Rosenborg’s players doing exactly that, in the video above.Beats watching a Lenny Henry advert.