Here, the PA news agency looks at each of the Northern Irishman's triumphs.
Reading 2 Swansea 4, Championship play-off final – May 30, 2011
The Swans became the first non-English Premier League club after Scott Sinclair's hat-trick helped them defeat Rodgers' former employers Reading in a Wembley thriller. Sinclair's 21st-minute penalty and finish a minute later, plus an effort from Stephen Dobbie, put Swansea 3-0 up before Brian McDermott's Royals fought back after the break thanks to a Joe Allen own goal and Matt Mills' header. Sinclair then completed his treble with another spot-kick in the 80th minute.
Aberdeen 0 Celtic 3, Scottish League Cup final – November 27, 2016
Rodgers captured the maiden trophy of his Celtic tenure with a comfortable victory at Hampden Park. Tom Rogic and James Forrest registered first-half strikes and Moussa Dembele subsequently added a penalty in the 64th minute.
Celtic 2 Aberdeen 1, Scottish Cup final – May 27, 2017
Celtic sealed a treble and unbeaten domestic season with another win against Derek McInnes' side, this time coming from behind at Hampden. Jonny Hayes' ninth-minute opener was cancelled out by Stuart Armstrong two minutes later and a dramatic finale then saw Rogic fire in the winner in stoppage time.
Motherwell 0 Celtic 2, Scottish League Cup final – November 26, 2017
The first step towards back-to-back trebles came after a goal from Forrest in the 49th minute and a Dembele penalty on the hour mark against Stephen Robinson's Motherwell. The spot-kick was awarded for a foul on Sinclair by Well defender Cedric Kipre, who was sent off.
Celtic 2 Motherwell 0, Scottish Cup final – May 19, 2018
Rodgers' men secured the first 'double treble' in Scottish football history thanks to another 2-0 win over Robinson's team. Callum McGregor put the Hoops ahead in the 11th minute and Olivier Ntcham doubled the lead after 25 minutes.
Celtic 1 Aberdeen 0, Scottish League Cup final – December 2, 2018
Celtic picked up their seventh trophy under Rodgers – and what would be the last before his departure – following Ryan Christie's goal in first-half stoppage-time.
Chelsea 0 Leicester 1, FA Cup final – May 15, 2021
Youri Tielemans' stunning 63rd-minute strike proved the winner as Leicester defeated Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea to claim the FA Cup for the first time in their history. Kasper Schmeichel pulled off some superb saves for the Foxes, and former Leicester full-back Ben Chilwell saw a last-gasp effort ruled out for offside after a video assistant referee review.