The Rossoneri have seven Champions Leagues (an Italian record) in their trophy cabinet: They were won in 1962/63, 1968/69, 1988/89, 1989/90, 1993/94, 2002/03 and 2006/07.
The Rossoneri last won the Champions League on 23 May 2007, beating Liverpool 2-1 thanks to a brace from Filippo Inzaghi. The final was played in Athens, in the same stadium where the Rossoneri won the 1992/93 Champions League.
The Rossoneri have participated in 28 editions of the Champions League (up until 1992 it was called the European Cup): The first was in 1955/56, and the last was in 2013/14.
There have been six stadiums in four countries where the Rossoneri have won the Champions League: Wembley in London, Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid, Camp Nou in Barcelona, Ernst Happel Stadion in Vienna, Olimpico Spyros Louis in Athens (twice) and Old Trafford in Manchester.
Four coaches have won the Champions League in the Rossoneri dugout: Nereo Rocco (1962/63 and 1968/69), Arrigo Sacchi (1988/89 and 1989/90), Fabio Capello (1993/94) and Carlo Ancelotti (2002/03 and 2006/07).
Five AC Milan captains have raised the Champions League trophy: Cesare Maldini (1962/63), Gianni Rivera (1968/69), Franco Baresi (1988/89 and 1989/90), Mauro Tassotti (1993/94) and Paolo Maldini (2002/03 and 2006/07).
Five AC Milan players have scored twice in a Champions League Final: Altafini against Benfica in 1962/63, Gullit and van Basten against Steaua Bucharest in 1988/89, Massaro against Barcelona in 1993/94 and Inzaghi against Liverpool in 2006/07.
Pierino Prati is the only AC Milan player to have scored a hat-trick in the Champions League final, on 28 May 1969 in a 4-1 win against Ajax at the Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid.
The opponent that the Rossoneri has faced most often in the Champions League is Barcelona (17 games), followed by Real Madrid (15), Ajax (12), Celtic and Manchester United (10).
The Rossoneri victory containing the highest number of goals was AC Milan 7- 2 Rapid Vienna in the quarter-final return leg in 1955/56. Braces from Nordahl and Ricagni accompanied goals by Mariani, Frignani and Schiaffino.