All La Liga Winning Managers Listed From Inception

All La Liga Winning Managers

La Liga is Spain’s top football league and there are some managers who have made winning the title their ‘thing’.

During the Primera Division’s almost 100 year history, it has seen some remarkable managers who made the football game better and their influence continued long after their retirements.

A total of ten teams participated in the first season in 1929 when it was founded, and FC Barcelona won it.

Real Madrid was the last champion of La Liga (2019-2020), and coincidentally Los Blancos is the record holder for most titles won with 34 trophies out of which Miguel Muñoz has won it nine times.

Barcelona is next with 28 titles and Atletico Madrid is third with 10 titles.

Meanwhile, Zinedine Zidane, who is the current Real manager, recently completed 100 La Liga wins as the club’s coach.

Let me just reel out the La Liga winning managers for you to see.

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List of La Liga Winning Managers

Season

Country

Manager

Club

1929

Spain

Romà Forns

Barcelona

1929–30

England

Fred Pentland

Athletic Bilbao

1930–31

England

Fred Pentland (2)

Athletic Bilbao

1931–32

Hungary

Lippo Hertzka

Madrid FC

1932–33

England

Robert Firth

Madrid FC

1933–34

Spain

Patricio Caicedo

Athletic Bilbao

1934–35

Ireland

Patrick O'Connell

Real Betis

1935–36

Spain

England

José María Olabarria (dates 1–3)

William Garbutt (dates 4–22)

Athletic Bilbao

[8]

1936–39

Cancelled due to Civil War

1939–40

Spain

Ricardo Zamora

Athletic Aviación

1940–41

Spain

Ricardo Zamora (2)

Atlético Aviación

1941–42

Spain

Ramón Encinas

Valencia

1942–43

Spain

Juan Urquizu

Athletic Bilbao

1943–44

Spain

Eduardo Cubells

Valencia

1944–45

Spain

Josep Samitier

Barcelona

1945–46

Spain

Ramón Encinas (2)

Sevilla

1946–47

Spain

Luis Pasarín

Valencia

1947–48

Uruguay

Enrique Fernández

Barcelona

1948–49

Uruguay

Enrique Fernández (2)

Barcelona

1949–50

Argentina

Helenio Herrera

Atlético Madrid

1950–51

Argentina

Helenio Herrera (2)

Atlético Madrid

1951–52

Czechoslovakia

Ferdinand Daučík

Barcelona

1952–53

Czechoslovakia

Ferdinand Daučík (2)

Barcelona

1953–54

Uruguay

Enrique Fernández (3)

Real Madrid

1954–55

Uruguay

Spain

Enrique Fernández (4) (dates 1–14)

José Villalonga (dates 15–30)

Real Madrid

[24]

1955–56

Czechoslovakia

Ferdinand Daučík (3)

Athletic Bilbao

1956–57

Spain

José Villalonga (2)

Real Madrid

1957–58

Argentina

Luis Carniglia

Real Madrid

1958–59

Argentina

Helenio Herrera (3)

Barcelona

1959–60

Argentina

Helenio Herrera (4)

Barcelona

1960–61

Spain

Miguel Muñoz

Real Madrid

1961–62

Spain

Miguel Muñoz (2)

Real Madrid

1962–63

Spain

Miguel Muñoz (3)

Real Madrid

1963–64

Spain

Miguel Muñoz (4)

Real Madrid

1964–65

Spain

Miguel Muñoz (5)

Real Madrid

1965–66

Spain

Domènec Balmanya

Atlético Madrid

1966–67

Spain

Miguel Muñoz (6)

Real Madrid

1967–68

Spain

Miguel Muñoz (7)

Real Madrid

1968–69

Spain

Miguel Muñoz (8)

Real Madrid

1969–70

France

Marcel Domingo

Atlético Madrid

1970–71

Argentina

Alfredo Di Stéfano

Valencia

1971–72

Spain

Miguel Muñoz (9)

Real Madrid

1972–73

Austria

Max Merkel

Atlético Madrid

1973–74

Netherlands

Rinus Michels

Barcelona

1974–75

Yugoslavia

Miljan Miljanić

Real Madrid

1975–76

Yugoslavia

Miljan Miljanić (2)

Real Madrid

1976–77

Spain

Luis Aragonés

Atlético Madrid

1977–78

Spain

Luis Molowny

Real Madrid

1978–79

Spain

Luis Molowny (2)

Real Madrid

1979–80

Yugoslavia

Vujadin Boškov

Real Madrid

1980–81

Spain

Alberto Ormaetxea

Real Sociedad

1981–82

Spain

Alberto Ormaetxea (2)

Real Sociedad

1982–83

Spain

Javier Clemente

Athletic Bilbao

1983–84

Spain

Javier Clemente (2)

Athletic Bilbao

1984–85

England

Terry Venables

Barcelona

1985–86

Spain

Luis Molowny (3)

Real Madrid

1986–87

Netherlands

Leo Beenhakker

Real Madrid

1987–88

Netherlands

Leo Beenhakker (2)

Real Madrid

1988–89

Netherlands

Leo Beenhakker (3)

Real Madrid

1989–90

Wales

John Toshack

Real Madrid

1990–91

Netherlands

Johan Cruyff

Barcelona

1991–92

Netherlands

Johan Cruyff (2)

Barcelona

1992–93

Netherlands

Johan Cruyff (3)

Barcelona

1993–94

Netherlands

Johan Cruyff (4)

Barcelona

1994–95

Argentina

Jorge Valdano

Real Madrid

1995–96

FR Yugoslavia

Radomir Antić

Atlético Madrid

1996–97

Italy

Fabio Capello

Real Madrid

1997–98

Netherlands

Louis van Gaal

Barcelona

1998–99

Netherlands

Louis van Gaal (2)

Barcelona

1999–00

Spain

Javier Irureta

Deportivo La Coruña

2000–01

Spain

Vicente del Bosque

Real Madrid

2001–02

Spain

Rafael Benítez

Valencia

2002–03

Spain

Vicente del Bosque (2)

Real Madrid

2003–04

Spain

Rafael Benítez (2)

Valencia

2004–05

Netherlands

Frank Rijkaard

Barcelona

2005–06

Netherlands

Frank Rijkaard (2)

Barcelona

2006–07

Italy

Fabio Capello (2)

Real Madrid

2007–08

Germany

Bernd Schuster

Real Madrid

2008–09

Spain

Pep Guardiola

Barcelona

2009–10

Spain

Pep Guardiola (2)

Barcelona

2010–11

Spain

Pep Guardiola (3)

Barcelona

2011–12

Portugal

José Mourinho

Real Madrid

2012–13

Spain

Tito Vilanova

Barcelona

2013–14

Argentina

Diego Simeone

Atlético Madrid

2014–15

Spain

Luis Enrique

Barcelona

2015–16

Spain

Luis Enrique (2)

Barcelona

2016–17

France

Zinedine Zidane

Real Madrid

2017–18

Spain

Ernesto Valverde

Barcelona

2018–19

Spain

Ernesto Valverde (2)

Barcelona

2019–20

France

Zinedine Zidane (2)

Real Madrid

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