Which coach has the most trophies? Sir Alex Ferguson is widely considered the greatest football manager of all time, having won a wide array of titles in domestic and European events throughout his legendary career. The Scottish coach has enjoyed unprecedented success. Most of his titles came with Manchester United, which he coached between 1986 and 2013. He led the Red Devils to two Champions League titles, five FA Cups, one European Super Cup, one FIFA Club World Cup, one Intercontinental Cup, one European Cup Winners’ Cup, 13 Premier League trophies, and four League Cups across a 27-year spell. The 81-year-old managed East Stirling, St. Mirren, Aberdeen FC, and Scotland. But he achieved major success during his time at Old Trafford. Ferguson, together with Arsene Wenger, has been the best ever to manage in Premier League history. His managerial CV also includes three Scottish Premier Division titles, four Scottish Cups, one European Cup Winners’ Cup, and one European Super Cup with Aberdeen before joining the United.