The European Club Association (ECA) in an award ceremony held on Monday night honoured a select group of clubs for their efforts over the past season.
The biggest winner was Barcelona which was named Club of the Year for their efforts in winning the UEFA Champions League, La Liga and the Copa del Rey.
Luis Enrique’s enjoyed a stellar debut season as he led the Catalan club to the UEFA Champions League, La Liga and Copa del Rey but missed out on the Spanish Super Cup to Athletic Bilbao after lifting the UEFA Super Cup.
Other winners at the ceremony were Europa League runners up Dnipro who were named the Best Sporting Progress award for reaching the final of the UEFA Europa League against all odds.
Arsenal were named the Best Community and Social Responsibility Programme club for engaging the local London community to tackle the growing level of youth unemployment in the area.
Estonian side Levadia Tallinn were given the Best Achievement for their “Together we move” scheme aimed at improving stadium accessibility for fans who require assistance dogs.