Anyone who loves sports will no doubt know plenty about the best teams and players. However, it’s also important to honor top coaches in sporting success.
Both as a player and coach with the New York Yankees, Stengel played a huge part in the team’s phenomenal success.
With Jackson at the helm, the Chicago Bulls won six championships, with a further five for the LA Lakers during Jackson’s tenure.
Wooden’s college basketball teams won 10 national championships and he won coach of the year awards 12 times.
Bowman’s 1,244 regular season wins combined with his 223 Stanley Cup playoff wins and 14 Stanley Cup triumphs make him a legend in hockey circles.
Six national championship wins, 13 conference championships, and a total of 323 conquests make Bryant one of the best NCAA coaches ever.
Named Coach of the Year in 1965, Auerbach helped the Boston Celtics to bag nine championships. As an executive he had seven NBA championships.
The first ever Super Bowl victor, Lombardi is most famous for coaching the Green Bay Packers. He holds an impressive winning record, and the Super Bowl trophy is named in his honor.
The only female coach on this list, Summitt was a force to be reckoned with in college basketball. She could count almost 1,100 game wins, along with gold and silver medals.
Throughout Popovich’s NBA history, he’s won five championships, been a four-time All-Star team coach, and been awarded the coveted Coach of the Year award three times.
Belichick’s terrific achievements include an impressive six Super Bowl wins for the New England Patriots and three AP NFL Coach of the Year awards.