Real Madrid beat Espanyol 4-0 to end the La Liga title on Saturday, ensuring Ancelotti became the first manager in history to win all five of Europe's top leagues.
The Italian coach maintained his national prestige in his first season, although he did not win the Premier League title at his former Santiago Bernabeu.
Real Madrid beat Espanyol to win their 35th La Liga title.
Real Madrid 4-0 Espanyol - La Liga champions Los Blancos standings
Reggiana In the years since he was co-manager with Parma and Juventus, after losing Serie A in his native Italy, Ancelotti won his first league title in 2004 with 34 appearances, scoring a total of 82 points.
Ancelotti left Milan in 2009 to win the only league title and moved to Chelsea that summer. Chelsea won the Premier League title in their first season, becoming the first team since Tottenham Hotspur to break the 100-goal barrier in 1962/63.
Ancelotti was a popular figure at Chelsea but was sacked at the end of the second season after failing to reach first place in a disappointing campaign.
He then resigned for six months before becoming the new PSG manager, failing to save the 2011/12 Champions League challenge, but was relegated the following year before being called up by Real Madrid. For the first time
Ancelotti eventually became manager of Real Madrid's 10th Champions League title, 'La Decima', but was brought to La Liga from Atletico Madrid that season and moved to Barcelona in 2015 before leaving Spain.
After playing all season, Ancelotti arrived at Bayern Munich in 2016 and won the Bundesliga Cup in Bavaria in his only season.
Former Arsenal assistant coach Zinedine Zidane has been linked with a move to Bernabeu. He played in midfield with Everton and has now won his first domestic title in five years, making him Europe's first manager in history. Football League Top League Cups