List of career achievements by Cristiano Ronaldo

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Ronaldo presenting his second FIFA Ballon d'Or to fans at the Santiago Bernabéu before a match against Atlético Madrid on 15 January 2015

Over the course of his career, Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has received five Ballon d'Or awards,[a] the most for a European player and is tied for most all-time. Widely regarded as one of the greatest goalscorers and players of all time,[1] Ronaldo holds the records for most official goals scored in the top five European leagues (399), the UEFA Champions League (120), the UEFA European Championship (29) and the FIFA Club World Cup (7), as well as most goals scored in a UEFA Champions League season (17). He has scored 680 senior career goals for club and country. Moreover, he is also the first player in history to win four European Golden Shoes.

Collectively, Ronaldo has won 26 trophies in his career, including five league titles, five European Cups and one European Championship. The first senior trophy of his career came in 2002, after defeating Leixões S.C. in the Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira. He has also attained 16 titles from friendly competitions.

Collective awards[edit]

Individual honours[edit]

Selections for the best player or forward[edit]

World[edit]

Awards ceremonies to crown the best player of the world have been organized annually since 1956, when the inaugural Ballon d'Or awarding took place. The Ballon d'Or was presented to the player who had been voted to have performed the best over the previous year, and was established by French journalist Gabriel Hanot. Originally, votes could only be awarded to European players before a 1995 rule change. In the voting for the 2004 Ballon d'Or, Cristiano Ronaldo received his first votes, finishing in joint 12th with Milan Baroš on 11 points.[19] In 2005, he received three points,[20] and in 2006 five points.[21]

The FIFA World Player of the Year was established in 1991. In the voting for the 2004 FIFA World Player of the Year, Ronaldo received his first votes, finishing 13th with 45 points. One year later he received 13 points, and in 2006 he received 69 points.

Europe[edit]

UEFA Men's Player of the Year Award[edit]

According to UEFA, the award "recognise[s] the best player, irrespective of his nationality, playing for a football club within the territory of a UEFA member association during the previous season."[52] Players are judged by their performances in all competitions, domestic and international, and at club and national team levels throughout the season.[52]

In the past, the award was solely decided by a panel of 53 leading sports journalists.[53] In 2018, however, UEFA added 80 coaches, from the clubs that participated in the group stages of that year's UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League, to its jury. The amount of journalists selected by the European Sports Media association was also increased to 55, representing each of UEFA's member associations.[54]

Ronaldo is the first player to win the award twice in a row. He is also the first player to win it thrice.

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  Winner   Shortlisted

Champions League Forward of the Season[edit]

Champions League positional awards were introduced in 2017 to "recognise the season's best player in each position in Europe's premier club competition".[67]

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Other[edit]

England[edit]

Spain[edit]

Goalscoring[edit]

European Golden Shoe[edit]

The European Golden Shoe is awarded to the top goalscorer in Europe. It is awarded based on a weighted points system that allows players in tougher leagues to win even if they score fewer goals than a player in a weaker league. Goals scored in the top five leagues according to the UEFA coefficients rankings are multiplied by a factor of two, and goals scored in the leagues ranked six to 21 are multiplied by 1.5.

Since the points system was established in 1996, Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are two of only four players, along with Mário Jardel and Luis Suárez, to score 80 or more points.[108] Messi was the first player to win the award three times, but Ronaldo surpassed him to become the first four-time recipient.[109][110] By virtue of being the top scorer in Europe, Ronaldo also received the Premier League Golden Boot and the Pichichi Trophy in the respective seasons.[111][112]

Season Goals Points
2007–08 31 62
2010–11 40 80
2013–14[e] 31 62
2014–15 48 96

UEFA Champions League top scorer[edit]

Season Goals Min.
2007–08 8 1,062
2012–13 12 1,080
2013–14 17 993
2014–15 10[f] 1,065
2015–16 16 1,109
2016–17 12 1,200
2017–18 15 1,170

Source: Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation,[113] UEFA,[114] worldfootball.net[115]

All-time[edit]

Ronaldo is the UEFA Champions league all-time top goalscorer with 120 goals while Lionel Messi is second with 100 to his name. The pair had broken each other's record over the course of 2015, after Messi surpassed the previous recordholder, Raúl, in November 2014.[116] Ronaldo opened a gap in the 2015–16 season when he became the first player to score double figures in the group stage of the Champions League, setting the record at eleven goals.[117]

As of 19 September 2018
Rank Player Goals Apps Ratio Years Club(s)
1  Cristiano Ronaldo (POR) 120[g] 153 0.784 2003–present Manchester United, Real Madrid
2  Lionel Messi (ARG) 103 126 0.817 2005–present Barcelona
3  Raúl (ESP) 71 142 0.5 1995–2011 Real Madrid, Schalke 04
4  Ruud van Nistelrooy (NED) 56[h] 73 0.767 1998–2009 PSV, Manchester United, Real Madrid
 Karim Benzema (FRA) 56 104 0.538 2006–present Lyon, Real Madrid

Source: worldfootball.net,[119] Statbunker[120]

La Liga top scorer[edit]

Season Goals Matches Ratio
2010–11 40[i] 34 1.176
2013–14 31 30 1.033
2014–15 48 35 1.371

Source: Official website of Real Madrid[121]

All-time[edit]
As of 19 September 2018
Rank Name Goals Apps Ratio Years Club(s)
1  Lionel Messi (ARG) 387 422 0.917 2004–present Barcelona
2  Cristiano Ronaldo (POR) 312 292 1.068 2009–2018 Real Madrid
3  Telmo Zarra (ESP) 251 278 0.903 1940–1955 Athletic Bilbao
4  Hugo Sánchez (MEX) 234 347 0.674 1981–1994 Real Madrid, Rayo Vallecano, Atlético Madrid
5  Raúl (ESP) 228 550 0.415 1994–2010 Real Madrid

Source: worldfootball.net[122]

Premier League top scorer[edit]

Season Goals Matches Ratio
2007–08 31 34 0.912

Other performances[edit]

Top assist provider

Inclusions for team of the season or tournament[edit]

Awarded by international football federations[edit]

FIFA FIFPro World XI
Rank Player Apps Years Club(s)
1  Lionel Messi (ARG) 11 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Barcelona
 Cristiano Ronaldo (POR) 11 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Manchester United, Real Madrid
3  Andrés Iniesta (ESP) 9 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Barcelona
Other

Spain[edit]

La Liga Awards
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Season Category
Goalkeeper Defenders Midfielders Forwards
2013–14[172] Thibaut Courtois (Atlético Madrid) Juanfran (Atlético Madrid)
Aymeric Laporte (Athletic Bilbao)
Diego Godín (Atlético Madrid)
Filipe Luís (Atlético Madrid)
Ander Iturraspe (Athletic Bilbao)
Gabi (Atlético Madrid)
Koke (Atlético Madrid)
Ivan Rakitić (Sevilla)
Diego Costa (Atlético Madrid)
Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
2014–15[173] Claudio Bravo (Barcelona) Dani Alves (Barcelona)
Nicolás Otamendi (Valencia)
Gerard Piqué (Barcelona)
Jordi Alba (Barcelona)
Grzegorz Krychowiak (Sevilla)
Ivan Rakitić (Barcelona)
James Rodríguez (Real Madrid)
Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
Lionel Messi (Barcelona)
Antoine Griezmann (Atlético Madrid)
2015–16[174] Jan Oblak (Atlético Madrid) Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid)
Diego Godín (Atlético Madrid)
Gerard Piqué (Barcelona)
Marcelo (Real Madrid)
Andrés Iniesta (Barcelona)
Sergio Busquets (Barcelona)
Luka Modrić (Real Madrid)
Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
Lionel Messi (Barcelona)
Luis Suárez (Barcelona)

England[edit]

PFA Team of the Year

The Professional Footballers' Association Team of the Year is an annual award given to a set of 44 footballers in the top four tiers of English football; the Premier League, the Championship, League One and League Two, who are seen to be deserving of being named in a "Team of the Year".

The award has been presented since the 1973–74 season and the shortlist is compiled by the members of the players' trade union, the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA), in January of every year, with the winners then being voted for by the other players in their respective divisions.[175][176][177]

Ronaldo has been included in the PFA Team of the Year for the Premier League four times. With eight appearances, however, Steven Gerrard holds the record for most appearances in the PFA Team of the Year (in the Premier League era).

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Symbol Meaning
dagger Appeared in a first tier Team of the Year more than once
Fantasy Teams of the Premier League 20 Seasons Awards

Two Fantasy Teams were chosen, one by a panel of judges and the other by public vote.[182] Nine players were selected by both public and the panel.

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Position Public choice Panel choice
Goalkeeper  Peter Schmeichel (DEN)  Peter Schmeichel (DEN)
Defenders  Gary Neville (ENG)  Gary Neville (ENG)
 Tony Adams (ENG)  Tony Adams (ENG)
 Nemanja Vidić (SER)  Rio Ferdinand (ENG)
 Ashley Cole (ENG)  Ashley Cole (ENG)
Midfielders  Cristiano Ronaldo (POR)  Cristiano Ronaldo (POR)
 Steven Gerrard (ENG)  Roy Keane (IRE)
 Paul Scholes (ENG)  Paul Scholes (ENG)
 Ryan Giggs (WAL)  Ryan Giggs (WAL)
Strikers  Thierry Henry (FRA)  Thierry Henry (FRA)
 Alan Shearer (ENG)  Alan Shearer (ENG)

Those players from eight positions were chosen from an 80 players list by public vote and panel of judges vote for Fantasy Teams of the 20 Seasons.[183]

Other[edit]

Selections for international sportsperson of the year[edit]

Laureus World Sports Award for Sportsman of the Year

The Laureus World Sports Awards is an annual award ceremony honouring remarkable individuals from the world of sports along with the greatest sporting achievements throughout the year.[197] With five nominations each, Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are the only footballers to be nominated on multiple occasions.[197] While playing for Manchester United, Ronaldo was part of the team which was nominated for Laureus World Sports Award for Team of the Year in 2009,[198][199] and in 2015,[200][201] 2017[202][203] and 2018[204] was part of the Real Madrid team which was also nominated.[197] Additionally, he captained the Portugal national team[205][206] that was nominated in 2017[202][203].

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Year Winner Nominees Ref(s)
2009  Usain Bolt (JAM)
(Athletics)
 Lewis Hamilton (UK)
(Formula One)
 Rafael Nadal (ESP)
(Tennis)
 Michael Phelps (USA)
(Swimming)
 Cristiano Ronaldo (POR)
(Football)
 Valentino Rossi (ITA)
(Motorcycling)
[207][208]
2014  Sebastian Vettel (GER)
(Formula One)
 Usain Bolt (JAM)
(Athletics)
 Mo Farah (UK)
(Athletics)
 LeBron James (USA)
(Basketball)
 Rafael Nadal (ESP)
(Tennis)
 Cristiano Ronaldo (POR)
(Football)
[209][210]
2015  Novak Djokovic (SER)
(Tennis)
 Lewis Hamilton (UK)
(Formula One)
 Renaud Lavillenie (FRA)
(Athletics)
 Marc Márquez (ESP)
(Motorcycling)
 Rory McIlroy (NIR)
(Golf)
 Cristiano Ronaldo (POR)
(Football)
[211][212]
2017  Usain Bolt (JAM)
(Athletics)
 Stephen Curry (USA)
(Basketball)
 Mo Farah (UK)
(Athletics)
 LeBron James (USA)
(Basketball)
 Andy Murray (UK)
(Tennis)
 Cristiano Ronaldo (POR)
(Football)
[213][202]
2018  Roger Federer (SWI)
(Tennis)
 Mo Farah (UK)
(Athletics)
 Chris Froome (UK)
(Cycling)
 Lewis Hamilton (UK)
(Formula One)
 Rafael Nadal (ESP)
(Tennis)
 Cristiano Ronaldo (POR)
(Football)
[204][214]
CNID Best Portuguese Athlete Abroad
Other

Man of the match awards[edit]

Orders[edit]

Other[edit]

Records[edit]

As of 27 May 2018

World records[edit]

Guinness World Records[edit]

The Guinness World Records is a reference book published annually, listing world records and national records, both of human achievements and the extremes of the natural world. To conclude, it honors the year's most impressive acts.

Ronaldo set five records in 2016, despite the unsuccessful attempt for the most self-portrait photographs (selfies) taken in three minutes.[267]

Year Record Ref
2016
Most goals in a UEFA Champions League season by an individual (17)
Most FIFA World Player of the Year awards (3)
Most Liked Person On Facebook (Male)
Most followed athlete on Twitter (with 37,831,159 followers as of 15 September 2015)
Most hat-tricks in a La Liga career (32)

European records[edit]

  • Most career goals in Europe’s top six leagues: 400 goals
  • Europe's all-time top international goalscorer: 85 goals[268]
  • Most goals scored in all UEFA competitions:[r] 158 goals[269]
  • First player to reach 100 career goals in European competitions (club football)[270]
  • First player to reach 100 career goals in the UEFA Champions League[271]
  • First player to reach 100 career goals for a single club in the UEFA Champions League[272]
  • Most goals scored in European competitions (club football): 123 goals[269]
  • Most wins by an individual in the UEFA Champions League/European Cup: 99 wins[273][274][275]
  • Most UEFA Champions League Final wins by an individual player: 5 wins[269]
  • Most goals scored in the UEFA Champions League: 120 goals[119][120]
  • Most assists in the UEFA Champions League: 37 assists[276]
  • Most goals scored in a UEFA Champions League/European Cup season: 17 goals in 2013–14[277]
  • Most goals scored in group stage of a UEFA Champions League season: 11 goals in 2015–16[278][279]
  • Most goals scored in UEFA Champions League knockout phase: 56 goals
  • Most UEFA Champions League goals scored in a calendar year: 19 goals in 2017
  • Most goals scored from penalty kicks in UEFA Champions League history: 15[280]
  • Most goals scored from free kicks in UEFA Champions League history: 13[281]
  • Only player to score 15 or more UEFA Champions League goals in three seasons: in 2013–14, 2015-16 and 2017–18[282]
  • First player to score a hat-trick in consecutive Champions League knockout matches: in 2016–17[283]
  • Only player to score in all six group stage matches in the UEFA Champions League in a season: in 2017–18[284]
  • The first player in the history of UEFA Champions League to score three hat-tricks in a single season: in 2015–16[282]
  • Most hat-tricks in the UEFA Champions League: 7 (shared with Lionel Messi)
  • Only player to finish UEFA Champions League top scorer in 6 consecutive seasons (2012–2013 to 2017–2018)
  • Most goals scored in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals: 22 goals
  • Most goals scored in the UEFA Champions League semi-finals: 14 goals
  • Most goals scored in the UEFA Champions League finals: 4 goals
  • Only player to score in three UEFA Champions League finals: in 2008, 2014 and 2017[285]
  • Only player to score 10 goals against a single opponent in the UEFA Champions League: 10 goals against Juventus[269]
  • Most consecutive UEFA Champions League games scored in: 11 games
  • Most UEFA Champions League hat tricks scored after turning 30 years old: 5 (11 players tied with one)[286]
  • First footballer to have won the European Golden Shoe in two leagues: English Premier League (2007–08) and Spanish La Liga (2010–11, 2013–14, 2014–15)[287]
  • Most goals scored in the UEFA European Championship, including qualifying: 29 goals, for Portugal[288]
  • Most career goals at UEFA European Championship finals: 9 goals, for Portugal (tied with Michel Platini)[289]
  • Only player to have scored at four UEFA European Championship finals: 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016[289]
  • Only player to have scored three or above (goals) at more than one UEFA European Championship finals: 3 goals in 2012 and in 2016[289]
  • Most headed goals at UEFA European Championship finals: 5[289]
  • Highest appearance-maker at UEFA European Championship finals: 20 appearances[289]
  • First player to appear in three UEFA European Championship semi-finals: 2004, 2012, 2016 (Germany's Bastian Schweinsteiger featured in his third last-four clash 24 hours later)[289]
  • Most goals scored in UEFA European Championship and European FIFA World Cup qualifiers: 50 goals[269]
  • First player to ever score 10 goals in four consecutive UEFA Champions League seasons: 2011–12 to 2014–15
  • Only player to score for two winning teams in the European Cup: Manchester United (2007–08) and Real Madrid (2013–14)[290]
  • Most away goals scored in Champions League history: 55 goals[120]
  • Most UEFA Team of the Year appearances: 12 times
  • Most consecutive appearances in the UEFA Team of the Year: 11 (2007–2017)
  • Only player to appear in more than position in the UEFA Team of the Year.[291]
  • Only player to be among the finalists for all the editions of the UEFA Best Player in Europe Award: 2010–11 to 2016–17[292]
  • Fastest player to score 350 goals for one club (335 games)[293]
  • Most UEFA Best Player in Europe Award and UEFA Club Footballer of the Year awards: 4 (2008, 2014, 2016 and 2017)
  • Most goals scored in European World Cup Qualifiers: 30 goals

Spanish records[edit]

  • Most hat-tricks in La Liga history: 34[294]
  • Most goals scored from penalty kicks in La Liga history: 61[295]
  • Fastest La Liga player to score 150 league goals (140 games)[296]
  • Fastest La Liga player to score 200 league goals (178 games)[297]
  • Fastest La Liga player to score 300 league goals (286 games)[298][299]
  • Most goals scored in Madrid Derby matches: 22
  • First player to score in six consecutive Clásicos[300]
  • Best scoring start in a Spanish league season: 15 goals in eight rounds[301]
  • Fastest footballer to reach 20 league goals in one season: 12 games (missed one game due to injury)[302]
  • Only player to reach 30 goals in six consecutive La Liga seasons[303]
  • Most teams scored against in a season (2012–13): 19 (shared with Ronaldo Nazário and Lionel Messi)[304]
  • Most La Liga hat-tricks in a season: 8 hat-tricks (shared with Lionel Messi)

Portuguese records[edit]

Club records[edit]

Manchester United records[edit]

Real Madrid records[edit]

  • Real Madrid all-time top goalscorer: 451 goals[308]
  • Top goalscorer in La Liga: 311 goals[309]
  • Top goalscorer in UEFA Champions League: 105 goals[310]
  • Most assists in La Liga: 85 assists[311]
  • Most assists in UEFA Champions League: 25 assists[312]
  • Fastest player to reach 50 league goals[313]
  • Fastest player to reach 100 league goals[314]
  • Fastest player to reach 200 official goals[315]
  • Most goals scored in El Clásico matches: 18[316][317][318]
  • Most goals scored in seven consecutive league matches: 15 goals[319]
  • First player to score in eight consecutive matchdays[320]
  • Most hat-tricks in La Liga: 34[321]
  • Most goals scored from penalty kicks in UEFA Champions League: 14[322]

Goalscoring statistics[edit]

As of 13 May 2017

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ The terminology for the award has varied. Ronaldo received three Ballons d'Ors (2008, 2016, 2017) and two FIFA Ballons d'Or (2013, 2014), as well as the 2008 FIFA World Player of the Year and 2016, 2017 The Best FIFA Men's Player awards.
  2. ^ Ronaldo was a squad member,[14] as Portugal finished fourth.[15][16]
  3. ^ Ronaldo was a squad member,[17] as Portugal won the tournament.[18]
  4. ^ The year of recompensing remains unknown.[94][95]
  5. ^ Shared with Luis Suárez (Liverpool).
  6. ^ Shared with Neymar and Lionel Messi.
  7. ^ Ronaldo additionally scored one goal[118] in four qualification matches.
  8. ^ Van Nistelrooy additionally scored four goals in eight qualification matches.
  9. ^ Diario Marca attributes Ronaldo 41 goals.
  10. ^ Shared with Romarinho and Maurício Antônio.[130]
  11. ^ Ronaldo tied with five other players on goals; however, Fernando Torres registered more assists and played fewer minutes than others, thus earning the Golden Boot.
  12. ^ Shared with Toni Kroos.[149]
  13. ^ The first time a football player has been awarded the prize.[226]
  14. ^ In 2008 UEFA awarded two man of the match awards. Edwin Van der Sar was named as UEFA's Man of the Match, whereas Ronaldo received Fan's Man of the Match award.
  15. ^ "Emotional Moment of the Year: Cristiano Ronaldo leaves Euro final in tears

    This tale has a happy ending. Ronaldo left the field in tears during the Euro 2016 final, but regrouped to inspire Portugal to victory from the sidelines. Alistair Brownlee’s heroic grab-and-pull of brother Jonny towards the finish line was enough for second."[248]
  16. ^ "Best individual performance: Cristiano Ronaldo

    It had been billed as "Cristiano Ronaldo vs. Antoine Griezmann," the reigning king against the rising superstar, but by the end of Real Madrid's Champions League semifinal first-leg against Atletico Madrid, Ronaldo had scored a stunning hat trick to leave Griezmann firmly in the shade. It was just another example of the dangers of writing Ronaldo off."[249]
  17. ^ "Cristiano Ronaldo throws microphone in lake" received nine percent (%) of the total votes casted, finishing on a fourth-place in the voting.[248]
  18. ^ Competitions comprise: UEFA European Championship, UEFA Champions League/European Cup, UEFA Europa League/UEFA Cup, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, UEFA Super Cup, UEFA Intertoto Cup, UEFA Women's Championship, UEFA Women's Cup/UEFA Women's Champions League, UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship, Under-18 and Under-19 Championships, UEFA Futsal Cup, UEFA Futsal Championship, UEFA-CAF Meridian Cup, UEFA Regions' Cup, UEFA European Under-16 Championship, Under-17, Under-18, Under-19, Under-21 and Under-23 Championships, UEFA European Under-21 Futsal Tournament, UEFA Under-18 Champions League, UEFA Youth League, UEFA European/South American Cup and the forthcoming UEFA Nations League
  19. ^ Includes the Taça de Portugal, FA Cup, League Cup and Copa del Rey
  20. ^ Includes the FA Community Shield, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup and Supercopa de España
  21. ^ one appearance in UEFA Champions League, two appearances in UEFA Cup
  22. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n All appearance(s) in UEFA Champions League
  23. ^ Appearance in FA Community Shield
  24. ^ a b All appearances in FIFA Club World Cup
  25. ^ Does not include one goal scored on 18 September 2010 against Real Sociedad. Marca, which awards the Pichichi Trophy, attribute it to Ronaldo, while La Liga and UEFA attribute it to Pepe.[323]
  26. ^ a b All appearances in Supercopa de España
  27. ^ one appearance and two goals in UEFA Super Cup, two appearances in Supercopa de España, two appearances in FIFA Club World Cup

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