Winning the Champions League is no mean feat and often represents the pinnacle of a manager’s career.
Of course, every coach who goes all the way needs supreme tactical acumen and players of elite quality – plus a little bit of luck – but lifting the European Cup (which was rebranded in 1992) instantly places a manager into an elite group.
This year’s knockout stages sees former winners and newbies compete for the biggest prize in club football, with teams lucky enough to still be involved preparing for their last-16 ties. And there are some great ones coming up.
So, with that in mind, can you name every manager to lift old big ears? There are some obvious names that will instantly spring to mind, such as Jurgen Klopp and Jose Mourinho.
But there are also some obscure men who may have slipped your memory. For example, who masterminded Borussia Dortmund’s triumph in 1997?
As usual, please ensure your Wikipedia temptations are resisted.