Top 10 teams with most goals in Champions League Final

10. Juventus and Porto (5 Goals)

F.C.Porto have played two Champions League Finals in the season 1986/87 and 2003/04. They won both finals against Bayern Munich and Monaco respectively. F.C.Porto is one of very few teams to have a 100% final record in Champions League Final, who have played more than one final. In just two Finals they have scored five goals. 

  • F.C.Porto (2) -(1) Bayern Munich in 1986/87.
  • F.C.Porto (3) – (0) Monaco in 2003/04.
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Juventus have featured in nine Champions League Finals. Their first appearance in season 1972/73 against Ajax where they lost 1-0. While their latest appearance coming in season 2016/17 where they lost to Real Madrid by 4-1. Although Juventus have played nine Champions League Finals, they have won it only twice. In 1984/85 and 1995/96 seasons. Since their latest victory in season 1995/96, they have gone on to play the Final five times. However, they lost every single of them. 

  • Juventus (0) – (1) Ajax in 1972/73.
  • Juventus (0) – (1) Hamburger SV in 1982/83.
  • Juventus (1) – (0) Liverpool in 1984/85.
  • Juventus (1) – (1) Ajax in 1995/96 (Juventus won 4-2 on penalties).
  • Juventus (1) – (3) Borrusia Dortmund in 1996/97.
  • Juventus (0) – (1) Real Madrid in 1997/98.
  • Juventus (0) – (0) AC Milan in 2002/03 (AC Milan won 3-2 on penalties).
  • Juventus (1) – (3) Barcelona in 2014/15.
  • Juventus (1) – (4) Real Madrid in 2016/17.
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9. Inter Milan (7 Goals)

Inter Milan have made five appearances in the Champions League Finals. They won their first two titles in the early stages of the new European competition. They won in consecutive years (1963/64 and 1964/65). Their latest victory came in 2009/10 against the German giants Bayern Munich at Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid, Spain.

  • Inter Milan (3) – (1) Real Madrid in 1963/64.
  • Inter Milan (1) – (0) Benfica in 1964/65.
  • Inter Milan (1) – (2) Celtic in 1966/67.
  • Inter Milan (0) – (2) Ajax in 1971/72.
  • Inter Milan (2) – (0) Bayern Munich in 2009/10.
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7. Manchester United and Ajax (8 Goals)

Ajax made their first appearance in the Champions League Final in the late 1960s. However, they lost their first final against the mighty AC Milan. But, they went on to win three consecutive finals in the early 1970s (from 1971 to 1973). However, in recent years they haven’t been successful. Their latest appearances came in season 1995/96. They have scored eight goals in six Final appearances.

  • Ajax (1) – (4) AC Milan in 1968/69.
  • Ajax (2) – (0) Panathinaikos in 1970/71.
  • Ajax (2) – (0) Inter Milan in 1971/72.
  • Ajax (1) – (0) Juventus in 1972/73.
  • Ajax (1) – (0) AC Milan in 1994/95.
  • Ajax (1) – (1) Juventus in 1995/96 (Juventus won 4-2 on penalties).
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Manchester United and Ajax have the same number of goals scored in Champions League Finals. They are the first English club to win the Champions League. The Red Devils have played five Finals scoring eight goals in those. 

  • Manchester United (4) – (1) Benfica in 1967/68.
  • Manchester United (2) -(1) Bayern Munich in 1998/99.
  • Manchester United (1) – (1) Chelsea in 2007/08 (Manchester United won 6-5 on penalties).
  • Manchester United (0) – (2) Barcelona in 2008/09.
  • Manchester United (1) – (3) Barcelona in 2010/11
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6. Benfica (10 Goals)

Benfica was a dominant force during the early 1960s. They stopped Real Madrid’s Champions League winning streak. The Portuguese club has played seven Champions League Finals. However, their latest feature in the Final came in 1990. Since then they are yet to make an appearance in the Final. In the seven Finals they played, they have scored 10 goals.

  • Benfica (3) – (2) Barcelona in 1960/61.
  • Benfica (5) – (3) Real Madrid in 1961/62.
  • Benfica (1) – (2) AC Milan in 1962/63.
  • Benfica (0) – (1) Inter Milan in 1964/65.
  • Benfica (1) – (4) Manchester United in 1967/68.
  • Benfica (0) – (0) PSV Eindhoven in 1987/88. (PSV win 6-5 on penalties).
  • Benfica (0) – (1) AC Milan.

4. Barcelona and Liverpool (13 Goals)

Liverpool is the most successful English club in European competitions. They have played nine Champions League Finals scoring 13 goals. Their latest victory came last year when they defeated Tottenham Hotspur 2-0.

  • Liverpool (3) – (1) Borussia Monchengladbach in 1976/77.
  • Liverpool (1) – (0) Club Brugge in 1977/78.
  • Liverpool (1) – (0) Real Madrid in 1980/81.
  • Liverpool (1) – (1) Roma in 1983/84 (Liverpool won 4-2 on penalties).
  • Liverpool (0) – (1) Juventus in 1984/85.
  • Liverpool (3) – (3) AC Milan in 2004/05 (Liverpool won 3-2 on penalties).
  • Liverpool (1) – (2) AC Milan in 2006/07.
  • Liverpool (1) – (3) Real Madrid in 2017/18.
  • Liverpool (2) – (0) Tottenham Hotspur in 2018/19.
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F.C.Barcelona started their European dominance in the mid 2000s. They have played eight Champions League Finals and have won the title five times. In these matches, they have managed to score 13 times.

  • Barcelona (2) – (3) Benfica in 1960/61.
  • Barcelona (0) – (0) Steaua Bucuresti in 1985/86 (Steaua Bucuresti won 2-0 on penalties).
  • Barcelona (1) – (0) Sampdoria in 1991/92.
  • Barcelona (0) – (4) AC Milan in 1993/94.
  • Barcelona (2) – (1) Arsenal in 2005/06.
  • Barcelona (2) – (0) Manchester United in 2008/09.
  • Barcelona (3) – (1) Manchester United in 2010/11.
  • Barcelona (3) – (1) Juventus in 2014/15.
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3. Bayern Munich (14 Goals)

Bayern Munich is the current Champions League winners. They made their first appearance in the Final in 1974 and went on to win it 4-0 against Atletico Madrid. Although, the score was 1-1 after extra time. The fixture was replayed after two days in which Bayern Munich won 4-0. It was the first and only time in the Champions League history where the final was replayed.

  • Bayern Munich (4) -(0) Atletico Madrid in 1973/74.
  • Bayern Munich (2) -(0) Leeds United in 1974/75.
  • Bayern Munich (1) -(0) Saint-Etienne in 1975/76.
  • Bayern Munich (0) -(1) Aston Villa in 1981/82.
  • Bayern Munich (1) -(2) F.C.Porto in 1986/87.
  • Bayern Munich (1) -(2) Manchester United in 1998/99.
  • Bayern Munich (1) -(1) Valencia in 2000/01 (Bayern Munich won 5-4 on penalties).
  • Bayern Munich (0) -(2) Inter Milan in 2009/10.
  • Bayern Munich (1) -(1) Chelsea in 2011/12 (Chelsea won 4-3 on penalties).
  • Bayern Munich (2) -(1) Dortmund in 2012/13.
  • Bayern Munich (1) -(0) Paris Saint-Germain in 2019/20
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2. AC Milan (22 Goals)

AC Milan were a dominant force in the 20th century and also during the early 2000s. But after the retirements of their star players, they failed to rebuild the team. They are the second most successful club in the Champions League after Real Madrid. AC Milan has played 11 Champions League Finals winning seven times. 

  • AC Milan (2) – (3) Real Madrid in 1957/58.
  • AC Milan (2) – (1) Benfica in 1962/63.
  • AC Milan (4) – (1) Ajax in 1968/69.
  • AC Milan (4) – (0) Steaua Bucuresti in 1988/89.
  • AC Milan (1) – (0) Benfica in 1989/90.
  • AC Milan (0) – (1) Marseille in 1992/93.
  • AC Milan (4) – (0) Barcelona in 1993/94
  • AC Milan (0) – (1) Ajax in 1994/95
  • AC Milan (0) – (0) Juventus in 2002/03 (AC Milan won 3-2 on penalties).
  • AC Milan (3) – (3) Liverpool in 2004/05 (Liverpool won 3-2 on penalties).
  • AC Milan (2) – (1) Liverpool in 2006/07.
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1. Real Madrid (42 Goals)

Real Madrid is the most successful club in the Champions League. They won the first five editions of the competition. Real Madrid has featured in record 16 Champions League Finals winning the, 13 times, most by any club. 

  • Real Madrid (4) – (3) Reims in 1955/56.
  • Real Madrid (2) – (0) Fiorentina in 1956/57.
  • Real Madrid (3) – (2) AC Milan in 1957/58.
  • Real Madrid (2) – (0) Reims in 1958/59.
  • Real Madrid (7) – (3) Eintracht Frankfurt in 1959/60.
  • Real Madrid (3) – (5) Benfica in 1961/62.
  • Real Madrid (1) – (3) Inter Milan in 1963/64.
  • Real Madrid (2) – (1) Partizanin 1965/66.
  • Real Madrid (0) – (1) Liverpool in 1980/81.
  • Real Madrid (1) – (0) Juventus in 1997/98.
  • Real Madrid (3) – (0) Valencia in 1999/00.
  • Real Madrid (2) – (1) Bayer Leverkusen in 2001/02.
  • Real Madrid (4) – (1) Atletico Madrid in 2013/14.
  • Real Madrid (1) – (1) Atletico Madrid in 2015/16 (Real Madrid won 5-3 on penalties).
  • Real Madrid (4) – (1) Juventus in 2016/17.
  • Real Madrid (3) – (1) Liverpool in 2017/18.
Credits : realmadrid.com

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