Champions across Europe: 2014-15 domestic league title winners
The 2014-15 European club seasons are coming to an end, which means it's time to hand out the silverware across the continent. Keep in mind that in addition to winning the hardware and bragging rights comes a Champions League boon, as the winner of the Champions League title and the winners of the top seven leagues as ranked by UEFA go into the seeded pot for this summer's 2015-16 Champions league draw.
Because the Champions League winner will have also won its domestic title (Barcelona and Juventus each won its respective league title), the eighth-ranked league champion (which comes from the Netherlands' Eredivisie), enters the top pot.
With that said, here are the winners across Europe's top eight leagues:
Andreas Solaro/AFP/Getty ImagesAfter a summer in which it lost manager Antonio Conte and somewhat dubiously brought in Maximilliano Allegri, Juventus claimed its fourth consecutive Serie A crown behind the scoring of Carlos Tevez, class of Andrea Pirlo and midfield might of Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba. READ MORE
RUSSIA - ZENIT St. PetersburgMarco Bertorello/AFP/Getty ImagesAndre Villas-Boas's Zenit Saint-Petersburg won its third title in five years, riding Hulk's Russian Premier League-leading goal total and the league's stingiest defense to the crown.
PORTUGAL - BenficaPatricia De Melo Moreira/AFP/Getty ImagesBenfica won its 34th domestic title, edging Porto by three points to add to its record silverware haul. For Porto, it's more disappointment after its Champions League quarterfinal second-leg collapse vs. Bayern. READ MORE