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List of La Liga winning managers

This is a list of La Liga winning football managers.

Miguel Muñoz has won the tournament on a record nine occasions, always with Real Madrid. Enrique Fernández, Helenio Herrera and Johan Cruyff have won the title on four occasions.

Contents

  • Seasons and winning managers 1
  • By individual 2
  • By nationality 3
  • References 4

Seasons and winning managers

Season Country Winning manager Club Ref
1929  Spain Forns, RomàRomà Forns FC Barcelona [1]
1929–30  England Pentland, FredFred Pentland Athletic Bilbao [2]
1930–31  England Pentland, FredFred Pentland (2) Athletic Bilbao [3]
1931–32  Hungary Hertzka, LippoLippo Hertzka Madrid FC [4]
1932–33  England Firth, RobertRobert Firth Madrid FC [5]
1933–34  Spain Caicedo, PatricioPatricio Caicedo Athletic Bilbao [6]
1934–35  Ireland O'Connell, PatrickPatrick O'Connell Betis Balompié [7]
1935–36  Spain
 England
Olabarria, José MaríaJosé María Olabarria (dates 1–3)
Garbutt, WilliamWilliam Garbutt (dates 4–22)
Athletic Bilbao [8]
1936–39 Cancelled due to Civil War
1939–40  Spain Zamora, RicardoRicardo Zamora Athletic Aviación [9]
1940–41  Spain Zamora, RicardoRicardo Zamora (2) Atlético Aviación [10]
1941–42  Spain Encinas, RamónRamón Encinas Valencia CF [11]
1942–43  Spain Urquizu, JuanJuan Urquizu Atlético de Bilbao [12]
1943–44  Spain Cubells, EduardoEduardo Cubells Valencia CF [13]
1944–45  Spain Samitier, JosepJosep Samitier CF Barcelona [14]
1945–46  Spain Encinas, RamónRamón Encinas(2) Sevilla CF [15]
1946–47  Spain Pasarín, LuisLuis Pasarín Valencia CF [16]
1947–48  Uruguay Fernández, EnriqueEnrique Fernández CF Barcelona [17]
1948–49  Uruguay Fernández, EnriqueEnrique Fernández (2) CF Barcelona [18]
1949–50  Argentina Herrera, HelenioHelenio Herrera Atlético de Madrid [19]
1950–51  Argentina Herrera, HelenioHelenio Herrera (2) Atlético de Madrid [20]
1951–52  Czechoslovakia Daučík, FerdinandFerdinand Daučík CF Barcelona [21]
1952–53  Czechoslovakia Daučík, FerdinandFerdinand Daučík (2) CF Barcelona [22]
1953–54  Uruguay Fernández, EnriqueEnrique Fernández (3) Real Madrid [23]
1954–55  Uruguay
 Spain
Fernández, EnriqueEnrique Fernández (4) (dates 1–14)
Villalonga, JoséJosé Villalonga (dates 15–30)
Real Madrid [24]
1955–56  Czechoslovakia Daučík, FerdinandFerdinand Daučík (3) Atlético de Bilbao [25]
1956–57  Spain Villalonga, JoséJosé Villalonga (2) Real Madrid [26]
1957–58  Argentina Carniglia, LuisLuis Carniglia Real Madrid [27]
1958–59  Argentina Herrera, HelenioHelenio Herrera (3) CF Barcelona [28]
1959–60  Argentina Herrera, HelenioHelenio Herrera (4) CF Barcelona [29]
1960–61  Spain Muñoz, MiguelMiguel Muñoz Real Madrid [30]
1961–62  Spain Muñoz, MiguelMiguel Muñoz (2) Real Madrid [31]
1962–63  Spain Muñoz, MiguelMiguel Muñoz (3) Real Madrid [32]
1963–64  Spain Muñoz, MiguelMiguel Muñoz (4) Real Madrid [33]
1964–65  Spain Muñoz, MiguelMiguel Muñoz (5) Real Madrid [34]
1965–66  Spain Balmanya, DomènecDomènec Balmanya Atlético de Madrid [35]
1966–67  Spain Muñoz, MiguelMiguel Muñoz (6) Real Madrid [36]
1967–68  Spain Muñoz, MiguelMiguel Muñoz (7) Real Madrid [37]
1968–69  Spain Muñoz, MiguelMiguel Muñoz (8) Real Madrid [38]
1969–70  France Domingo, MarcelMarcel Domingo Atlético Madrid [39]
1970–71  Argentina Di Stéfano, AlfredoAlfredo Di Stéfano Valencia CF [40]
1971–72  Spain Muñoz, MiguelMiguel Muñoz (9) Real Madrid [41]
1972–73  Austria Merkel, MaxMax Merkel Atlético de Madrid [42]
1973–74  Netherlands Michels, RinusRinus Michels CF Barcelona [43]
1974–75  Yugoslavia Miljanić, MiljanMiljan Miljanić Real Madrid [44]
1975–76  Yugoslavia Miljanić, MiljanMiljan Miljanić (2) Real Madrid [45]
1976–77  Spain Aragonés, LuisLuis Aragonés Atlético de Madrid [46]
1977–78  Spain Molowny, LuisLuis Molowny Real Madrid [47]
1978–79  Spain Molowny, LuisLuis Molowny (2) Real Madrid [48]
1979–80  Yugoslavia Boškov, VujadinVujadin Boškov Real Madrid [49]
1980–81  Spain Ormaetxea, AlbertoAlberto Ormaetxea Real Sociedad [50]
1981–82  Spain Ormaetxea, AlbertoAlberto Ormaetxea (2) Real Sociedad [51]
1982–83  Spain Clemente, JavierJavier Clemente Athletic Bilbao [52]
1983–84  Spain Clemente, JavierJavier Clemente (2) Athletic Bilbao [53]
1984–85  England Venables, TerryTerry Venables FC Barcelona [54]
1985–86  Spain Molowny, LuisLuis Molowny (3) Real Madrid [55]
1986–87  Netherlands Beenhakker, LeoLeo Beenhakker Real Madrid [56]
1987–88  Netherlands Beenhakker, LeoLeo Beenhakker (2) Real Madrid [57]
1988–89  Netherlands Beenhakker, LeoLeo Beenhakker (3) Real Madrid [58]
1989–90  Wales Toshack, JohnJohn Toshack Real Madrid [59]
1990–91  Netherlands Cruyff, JohanJohan Cruyff FC Barcelona [60]
1991–92  Netherlands Cruyff, JohanJohan Cruyff (2) FC Barcelona [61]
1992–93  Netherlands Cruyff, JohanJohan Cruyff (3) FC Barcelona [62]
1993–94  Netherlands Cruyff, JohanJohan Cruyff (4) FC Barcelona [63]
1994–95  Argentina Valdano, JorgeJorge Valdano Real Madrid [64]
1995–96  Serbia and Montenegro Antić, RadomirRadomir Antić Atlético Madrid [65]
1996–97  Italy Capello, FabioFabio Capello Real Madrid [66]
1997–98  Netherlands van Gaal, LouisLouis van Gaal FC Barcelona [67]
1998–99  Netherlands van Gaal, LouisLouis van Gaal (2) FC Barcelona [68]
1999–00  Spain Irureta, JavierJavier Irureta Deportivo La Coruña [69]
2000–01  Spain del Bosque, VicenteVicente del Bosque Real Madrid [70]
2001–02  Spain Benítez, RafaelRafael Benítez Valencia CF [71]
2002–03  Spain del Bosque, VicenteVicente del Bosque (2) Real Madrid [72]
2003–04  Spain Benítez, RafaelRafael Benítez (2) Valencia CF [73]
2004–05  Netherlands Rijkaard, FrankFrank Rijkaard FC Barcelona [74]
2005–06  Netherlands Rijkaard, FrankFrank Rijkaard (2) FC Barcelona [75]
2006–07  Italy Capello, FabioFabio Capello (2) Real Madrid [76]
2007–08  Germany Schuster, BerndBernd Schuster Real Madrid [77]
2008–09  Spain Guardiola, PepPep Guardiola FC Barcelona [78]
2009–10  Spain Guardiola, PepPep Guardiola (2) FC Barcelona [79]
2010–11  Spain Guardiola, PepPep Guardiola (3) FC Barcelona [80]
2011–12  Portugal Mourinho, JoséJosé Mourinho Real Madrid [81]
2012–13  Spain Vilanova, TitoTito Vilanova FC Barcelona [82]
2013–14  Argentina Simeone, DiegoDiego Simeone Atlético Madrid
2014–15  Spain Enrique, LuisLuis Enrique FC Barcelona

By individual

Rank Name Winners Club(s) Winning Years
1
Miguel Muñoz
9
Real Madrid 1960–61, 1961–62, 1962–63, 1963–64, 1964–65, 1966–67, 1967–68, 1968–69, 1971–72
2
Enrique Fernández
4
FC Barcelona, Real Madrid 1947–48, 1948–49, 1953–54, 1954–55
Helenio Herrera Atlético Madrid, FC Barcelona 1949–50, 1950–51, 1958–59, 1959–60
Johan Cruyff FC Barcelona 1990–91, 1991–92, 1992–93, 1993–94
5
Ferdinand Daučík
3
FC Barcelona, Athletic Bilbao 1951–52, 1952–53, 1955–56
Luis Molowny Real Madrid 1977–78, 1978–79, 1985–86
Leo Beenhakker Real Madrid 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89
Pep Guardiola FC Barcelona 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11
9
Fred Pentland
2
Athletic Bilbao 1929–30, 1930–31
Ricardo Zamora Atlético Aviación 1939–40, 1940–41
Ramón Encinas Valencia CF, Sevilla FC 1941–42, 1945–46
José Villalonga Real Madrid 1954–55, 1956–57
Miljan Miljanić Real Madrid 1974–75, 1975–76
Alberto Ormaetxea Real Sociedad 1980–81, 1981–82
Javier Clemente Athletic Bilbao 1982–83, 1983–84
Louis van Gaal FC Barcelona 1997–98, 1998–99
Vicente del Bosque Real Madrid 2000–01, 2002–03
Rafael Benítez Valencia CF 2001–02, 2003–04
Frank Rijkaard FC Barcelona 2004–05, 2005–06
Fabio Capello Real Madrid 1996–97, 2006–07

By nationality

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