Chelsea have been named European Club of the Year in the European Club Association's annual awards.
The Blues received the award from their peers after a season in which they won the Champions League but finished sixth in the Premier League - their lowest domestic position since Roman Abramovich took over at Stamford Bridge.
They beat Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona to the accolade on a night that saw four clubs honoured.
Chelsea's award cited the club "for their outstanding achievement during the 2011-12 season on a European and domestic level".
Cypriot club APOEL won the Best Sporting Progress 2012 award "for their significant progress in European competition in the 2011-12 season", while Sampdoria were given an award for the year's Best Achievement - setting up a "Fair Play Village" in which rival supporters could socialise.
A Shakhtar Donetsk programme designed to help orphaned children in Ukraine, a country with a high number of orphans, won Best Community and Social Responsibility Programme.