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Real Madrid, Barcelona and Football Clubs with the Most Copa del Rey Titles

Barcelona Has The Most Copa Del Rey Titles

Barcelona Has The Most Copa Del Rey Titles

Real Madrid have won the 2014 Copa del Rey – Spain’s oldest soccer tournament (1902). They defeated Barcelona 2-1 off the foot of Gareth Bale, who knocked in the winner with five minutes to go. It is Real Madrid’s 19th cup (King’s Cup).

But Barcelona still gets the last laugh, at least in terms of history. They’ve got 26 Copa del Rey titles, most of all.

In between, there’s Athletic Bilbao with 23. They’ve fallen off the map, though, winning their last 30 years ago (1984).

Here’s a look at all the winners, sorted by clubs with the most titles.

WINNER TITLES YEARS RUNNER-UP SCORE
1. Barcelona 26 1910 Español de Madrid No Final
1912 Gimnástica 2–0
1913 Real Sociedad 2–1
1920 Athletic Bilbao 2–0
1922 Real Unión 5–1
1925 Arenas 2–0
1926 Atlético Madrid 3–2
1928 Real Sociedad 3–1
1942 Atlético Bilbao 4–3
1951 Real Sociedad 3–0
1952 Valencia 4–2
1953 Atlético Bilbao 2–1
1957 RCD Español 1–0
1959 Granada 4–1
1963 Zaragoza 3–1
1968 Real Madrid 1–0
1971 Valencia 4–3
1978 Las Palmas 3–1
1981 Sporting de Gijón 3–1
1983 Real Madrid 2–1
1988 Real Sociedad 1–0
1990 Real Madrid 2–0
1997 Betis 3–2 (Extra Time)
1998 Mallorca 1–1 (5–4)
2009 Athletic Bilbao 4–1
2012 Athletic Bilbao 3–0
2. Athletic Bilbao 23 1903 Madrid FC 3–2
1904 No Final
1910 Vasconia No Final
1911 RCD Espanyol 3–1
1914 Espanya 2–1
1915 RCD Español 5–0
1916 Madrid FC 4–0
1921 Atlético Madrid 4–1
1923 Europa 1–0
1930 Real Madrid 3–2
1931 Betis 3–1
1932 Barcelona 1–0
1933 Madrid 2–1
1943 Real Madrid 1–0
1944 Valencia 2–0
1945 Valencia 3–2
1950 Valladolid 4–1
1955 Sevilla 1–0
1956 Atlético Madrid 2–1
1958 Real Madrid 2–0
1969 Elche 1–0
1973 Castellón 2–0
1984 Barcelona 1–0
3. Real Madrid 19 1934 Valencia 2–1
1936 Barcelona 2–1
1905 No Final
1906 Athletic Bilbao No Final
1907 Bizcaya 1–0
1908 Real Vigo Sporting 2–1
1917 Arenas 2–1
1946 Valencia 3–1
1947 RCD Español 2–0
1962 Sevilla 2–1
1970 Valencia 3–1
1974 Barcelona 4–0
1975 Atlético Madrid 0–0 (4–3)
1980 Real Madrid Castilla 6–1
1982 Sporting de Gijón 2–1
1989 Valladolid 1–0
1993 Zaragoza 2–0
2011 Barcelona 1–0 (Extra Time)
2014 Barcelona 2–1
4. Atlético Madrid 10 1960 Real Madrid 3–1
1961 Real Madrid 3–2
1965 Zaragoza 1–0
1972 Valencia 2–1
1976 Zaragoza 1–0
1985 Athletic Bilbao 2–1
1991 Mallorca 1–0
1992 Real Madrid 2–0
1996 Barcelona 1–0 (Extra Time)
2013 Real Madrid 2–1 (Extra Time)
5. Valencia 7 1954 Barcelona 3–0
1941 RCD Español 3–1
1949 Atlético Bilbao 1–0
1967 Atlético Bilbao 2–1
1979 Real Madrid 2–0
1999 Atlético Madrid 3–0
2008 Getafe 3–1
6. Zaragoza 6 1964 Atlético Madrid 2–1
1966 Atlético Bilbao 2–0
1986 Barcelona 1–0
1994 Celta de Vigo 0–0 (5–4)
2001 Celta de Vigo 3–1
2004 Real Madrid 3–2 (Extra Time)
7. Sevilla 5 1935 Sabadell 3–0
1939 Racing de Ferrol 6–2
1948 Celta de Vigo 4–1
2007 Getafe 1–0
2010 Atlético Madrid 2–0
8. Real Unión 3 1918 Madrid FC 2–0
1924 Real Madrid 1–0
1927 Arenas 1–0
9. Betis 2 1977 Athletic Bilbao 2–2 (8–7)
2005 Osasuna 2–1 (Extra Time)
9. Deportivo La Coruña 2 1995 Valencia 2–1
2002 Real Madrid 2–1
9. Espanyol 2 2000 Atlético Madrid 2–1
2006 Zaragoza 4–1
9. RCD Español 2 1929 Real Madrid 2–1
1940 Real Madrid 3–2
13. Arenas 1 1919 Barcelona 5–2
13. Bizcaya 1 1902 Barcelona 2–1
13. Ciclista 1 1909 Español de Madrid 3–1
13. Mallorca 1 2003 Recreativo 3–0
13. Racing de Irún 1 1913 Athletic Bilbao 1–0
13. Real Sociedad 1 1987 Atlético Madrid 2–2 (4–2)

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NBA: All The No. 1 Seeds By Season (1946-47 to Today)

SEASON EAST WEST CENTRAL
2013-14 Indiana Pacers San Antonio Spurs
2012-13 Miami Heat Oklahoma City Thunder
2011-12 Chicago Bulls San Antonio Spurs
2010-11 Chicago Bulls San Antonio Spurs
2009-10 Cleveland Cavaliers Los Angeles Lakers
2008-09 Cleveland Cavaliers Los Angeles Lakers
2007-08 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
2006-07 Detroit Pistons Dallas Mavericks
2005-06 Detroit Pistons San Antonio Spurs
2004-05 Miami Heat Phoenix Suns
2003-04 Indiana Pacers Minnesota Timberwolves
2002-03 Detroit Pistons San Antonio Spurs
2001-02 New Jersey Nets Sacramento Kings
2000-01 Philadelphia 76ers San Antonio Spurs
1999-00 Indiana Pacers Los Angeles Lakers
1998-99 Miami Heat San Antonio Spurs
1997-98 Chicago Bulls Utah Jazz
1996-97 Chicago Bulls Utah Jazz
1995-96 Chicago Bulls Seattle SuperSonics
1994-95 Orlando Magic San Antonio Spurs
1993-94 Atlanta Hawks Seattle SuperSonics
1992-93 New York Knicks Phoenix Suns
1991-92 Chicago Bulls Portland Trail Blazers
1990-91 Chicago Bulls Portland Trail Blazers
1989-90 Detroit Pistons Los Angeles Lakers
1988-89 Detroit Pistons Los Angeles Lakers
1987-88 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1986-87 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1985-86 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1984-85 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1983-84 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1982-83 Philadelphia 76ers Los Angeles Lakers
1981-82 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1980-81 Boston Celtics Phoenix Suns
1979-80 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1978-79 Washington Bullets Seattle SuperSonics
1977-78 Philadelphia 76ers Portland Trail Blazers
1976-77 Philadelphia 76ers Los Angeles Lakers
1975-76 Boston Celtics Golden State Warriors
1974-75 Boston Celtics Golden State Warriors
1973-74 Boston Celtics Milwaukee Bucks
1972-73 Boston Celtics Milwaukee Bucks
1971-72 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1970-71^ New York Knicks Milwaukee Bucks
1969-70 New York Knicks Atlanta Hawks
1968-69 Baltimore Bullets Los Angeles Lakers
1967-68 Philadelphia 76ers St. Louis Hawks
1966-67 Philadelphia 76ers San Francisco Warriors
1965-66 Philadelphia 76ers Los Angeles Lakers
1964-65 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1963-64 Boston Celtics San Francisco Warriors
1962-63 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1961-62 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1960-61 Boston Celtics St. Louis Hawks
1959-60 Boston Celtics St. Louis Hawks
1958-59 Boston Celtics St. Louis Hawks
1957-58 Boston Celtics St. Louis Hawks
1956-57 Boston Celtics St. Louis Hawks*
1955-56 Philadelphia Warriors Fort Wayne Pistons
1954-55 Syracuse Nationals Fort Wayne Pistons
1953-54 New York Knicks Minneapolis Lakers
1952-53 New York Knicks Minneapolis Lakers
1951-52 Syracuse Nationals Rochester Royals
1950-51 Philadelphia Warriors Minneapolis Lakers
1949-50 Syracuse Nationals Indianapolis Olympians Minneapolis Lakers*
BAA 1948-49 Washington Capitols Rochester Royals
BAA 1947-48 Philadelphia Warriors St. Louis Bombers
BAA 1946-47 Washington Capitols Chicago Stags

Bubba Watson and Left-Handed Golfers That Have Won Majors

Bubba Watson's Second Green Jacket And The Ninth Major Win For A Lefty

Bubba Watson’s Second Green Jacket And The Ninth Major Win For A Lefty

Hardly any.

That’s the answer to how many left-handed golfers have won any of the four majors.

More precisely, it’s four. And you know three of them, most likely.

That’s because three of the four did it post-2003.

But the first left-handed golfer to win a major was New Zealander Sir Bob Charles. He won the Open Championship in 1963.

Forty years later (2003), Mike Weir won The Masters.

In 2004, Weir handed the Green Jacket to another lefty, Phil Mickelson – who went on to win four more majors (all together: three Masters, one PGA and one Open)

Which brings us to Bubba. Watson’s got two Green Jackets now, taking the 2014 Masters.

That’s it: four lefties and nine major wins.

None have ever won a U.S. Open.

YEAR GOLFER MAJOR WIN
1. 1963 Bob Charles Open Championship
2. 2003 Mike Weir The Masters
3. 2004 Phil Mickelson The Masters
4. 2005 Phil Mickelson PGA Championship
5. 2006 Phil Mickelson The Masters
6. 2010 Phil Mickelson The Masters
7. 2012 Bubba Watson The Masters
8. 2013 Phil Mickelson Open Championship
9. 2014 Bubba Watson The Masters

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