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Preston North End in 1888–89, the first Inglis fitba champions

Inglis fitbaa champions mean those that wan the heichest league in Inglis fitbaa, which syne 1992-1993 is the Premier League.

Follaein the legalisation o profeesional fitbaa bi the Football Association in 1885,[1] the Inglis Football League wis established in 1888, efter a series o meetins initiatit bi Aston Villa director William McGregor.[2] At the end o the 1888–89 saison, Preston North End wur the first club tae be crouned champions efter completin their fixturs unbeaten.[3]

The first fully profeesional fitbaa competition in the warld, the League's early years wur dominatit bi teams fra the North an Midlands, whaur profeesionalism wis embracit mair readily than in the Sooth.[4] Its status as the kintra's pre-eminent league wis strenthened in 1892, when the rival Football Alliance wis absorbit intae the Football League.[5] Umwhile Alliance clubs comprisit the bulk o the new Second Division, frae which promotion tae the tap level coud be gained. It wis no till 1931 that a Soothren club wur crouned champions, when Herbert Chapman's Arsenal secured the title. Arsenal scored 127 goals in the process, a record for a title-winnin side (tho runners-up Aston Villa ironically scored ane goal mair, a record for the top diveesion).[6]

Rules stipulatin a maximum wage for players wur abolished in 1961. This resultit in a shift o pouer towards bigger clubs.[7] Financial considerations became an even bigger influence frae 1992, when the teams then in the First Division defectit tae shape the FA Premier League. This supplantit the Football League First Division as the heichest level o fitbaa in Ingland,[8] an due tae a series of progressively lairger televeesion contracts, put walth intae the haunds o tap flicht clubs in a hitherto unprecedentit manner.[9] Aicht clubs hae feenished runners-up, but hae niver wan; ordered chronologically these are: Bristol City, Oldham Athletic, Cardiff City, Charlton Athletic, Blackpool, Queens Park Rangers, Watford an maist recently Southampton.

Preston North End an Huddersfield Town are the anerly umwhile tap-flicht First Division champions that hae niver played in the Premier League. Aw the clubs which hae iver been crouned champions are still in existence the day an aw tak pairt in the tap fower tiers o the Inglis fitbaa league seestem - the fitbaa pyramid. Sheffield Wednesday are the anerly club who hae iver chyngit their name efter winnin a league title haein been kent as The Wednesday for the first twa o their fower titles.

Manchester United hae wan 20 titles, the maist o ony club.[10] United's rivals Liverpool are seicont wi 18. Liverpool dominatit durin the 1970s an 1980s, while United dominatit in the 1990s an 2000s unner Sir Alex Ferguson. Arsenal are third; their 13 titles aw came efter 1930. Everton (nine) hae enjoyed success throuoot their history, an baith Aston Villa (seiven) an Sunderland (sax) secured the majority o their titles afore Warld War I. Huddersfield Town in 1924–26, Arsenal in 1933–35, Liverpool in 1982–84 an Manchester United in 1999–2001 an 2007–2009 are the anerly sides tae hae wan the League title in three consecutive saisons.[11]

Preston North End wur the leadin team frae the ootset. They wur owertaken in 1894–95 when Sunderland secured their third trophy. Aston Villa's fowert win in 1898–99 gae thaim the record lead which they did no gie up till Arsenal wan their seivent title in 1952–53. Liverpool's 9t title in 1975–76 put thaim tap till Manchester United's 19t trophy gae thaim the lead in 2010–11.

Teams in bauld are those who wan the double o League Championship an FA Cup, or the European Double o League Championship an European Cup in that saison.

Football League (1888–1892)[eedit | eedit soorce]

Year Champions
(nummer o titles)
Runners-up Third place Leadin goalscorer Goals
1888–89 Preston North End Aston Villa Wolverhampton Wanderers John Goodall (Preston North End) 21
1889–90 Preston North End (2) Everton Blackburn Rovers Jimmy Ross (Preston North End) 24
1890–91 Everton Preston North End Notts County Jack Southworth (Blackburn Rovers) 26
1891–92 Sunderland Preston North End Bolton Wanderers John Campbell (Sunderland) 32

Football League First Division (1892–1992)[eedit | eedit soorce]

Year Champions
(nummer o titles)
Runners-up Third place Leadin goalscorer Goals
1892–93 Sunderland (2) Preston North End Everton John Campbell (Sunderland) 31
1893–94 Aston Villa Sunderland Derby County Jack Southworth (Everton) 27
1894–95 Sunderland (3) Everton Aston Villa John Campbell (Sunderland) 22
1895–96 Aston Villa (2) Derby County Everton Johnny Campbell (Aston Villa)
Steve Bloomer (Derby Coonty)
20
1896–97 Aston Villa (3) Sheffield United Derby County Steve Bloomer (Derby County) 22
1897–98 Sheffield United Sunderland Wolverhampton Wanderers Fred Wheldon (Aston Villa) 21
1898–99 Aston Villa (4) Liverpool Burnley Steve Bloomer (Derby County) 23
1899–1900 Aston Villa (5) Sheffield United Sunderland Billy Garraty (Aston Villa) 27
1900–01 Liverpool Sunderland Notts County Steve Bloomer (Derby County) 23
1901–02 Sunderland (4) Everton Newcastle United Jimmy Settle (Everton) 18
1902–03 The Wednesday Aston Villa Sunderland Sam Raybould (Liverpool) 31
1903–04 The Wednesday (2) Manchester City Everton Steve Bloomer (Derby County) 20
1904–05 Newcastle United Everton Manchester City Arthur Brown (Sheffield United) 22
1905–06 Liverpool (2) Preston North End Sheffield Wednesday Albert Shepherd (Bolton Wanderers) 26
1906–07 Newcastle United (2) Bristol City Everton Alex Young (Everton) 30
1907–08 Manchester United Aston Villa Manchester City Enoch West (Nottingham Forest) 27
1908–09 Newcastle United (3) Everton Sunderland Bert Freeman (Everton) 38
1909–10 Aston Villa (6) Liverpool Blackburn Rovers Jack Parkinson (Liverpool) 30
1910–11 Manchester United (2) Aston Villa Sunderland Albert Shepherd (Newcastle United) 25
1911–12 Blackburn Rovers Everton Newcastle United Harry Hampton (Aston Villa)
George Holley (Sunderland)
David McLean (The Wednesday)
25
1912–13 Sunderland (5) Aston Villa Sheffield Wednesday David McLean (The Wednesday) 30
1913–14 Blackburn Rovers (2) Aston Villa Middlesbrough George Elliot (Middlesbrough) 32
1914–15 Everton (2) Oldham Athletic Blackburn Rovers Bobby Parker (Everton) 35
1915/16–1918/19 League suspendit due tae the First Warld War
1919–20 West Bromwich Albion Burnley Chelsea Fred Morris (West Bromwich Albion) 37
1920–21 Burnley Manchester City Bolton Wanderers Joe Smith (Bolton Wanderers) 38
1921–22 Liverpool (3) Tottenham Hotspur Burnley Andy Wilson (Middlesbrough) 31
1922–23 Liverpool (4) Sunderland Huddersfield Town Charlie Buchan (Sunderland) 30
1923–24 Huddersfield Town Cardiff City Sunderland Wilf Chadwick (Everton) 28
1924–25 Huddersfield Town (2) West Bromwich Albion Bolton Wanderers Frank Roberts (Manchester City) 31
1925–26 Huddersfield Town (3) Arsenal Sunderland Ted Harper (Blackburn Rovers) 43
1926–27 Newcastle United (4) Huddersfield Town Sunderland Jimmy Trotter (The Wednesday) 37
1927–28 Everton (3) Huddersfield Town Leicester City Dixie Dean (Everton) 60
1928–29 The Wednesday (3) Leicester City Aston Villa Dave Halliday (Sunderland) 43
1929–30 Sheffield Wednesday (4) Derby County Manchester City Vic Watson (West Ham United) 41
1930–31 Arsenal Aston Villa Sheffield Wednesday Tom Waring (Aston Villa) 49
1931–32 Everton (4) Arsenal Sheffield Wednesday Dixie Dean (Everton) 44
1932–33 Arsenal (2) Aston Villa Sheffield Wednesday Jack Bowers (Derby County) 35
1933–34 Arsenal (3) Huddersfield Town Tottenham Hotspur Jack Bowers (Derby County) 34
1934–35 Arsenal (4) Sunderland Sheffield Wednesday Ted Drake (Arsenal) 42
1935–36 Sunderland (6) Derby County Huddersfield Town W. G. Richardson (Wast Bromwich Albion) 39
1936–37 Manchester City Charlton Athletic Arsenal Freddie Steele (Stoke City) 33
1937–38 Arsenal (5) Wolverhampton Wanderers Preston North End Tommy Lawton (Everton) 28
1938–39 Everton (5) Wolverhampton Wanderers Charlton Athletic Tommy Lawton (Everton) 35
1939/40–1945/46 League suspendit due tae the Seicont Warld War
1946–47 Liverpool (5) Manchester United Wolverhampton Wanderers Dennis Westcott (Wolverhampton Wanderers) 37
1947–48 Arsenal (6) Manchester United Burnley Ronnie Rooke (Arsenal) 33
1948–49 Portsmouth Manchester United Derby County Willie Moir (Bolton Wanderers) 25
1949–50 Portsmouth (2) Wolverhampton Wanderers Sunderland Dickie Davis (Sunderland) 25
1950–51 Tottenham Hotspur Manchester United Blackpool Stan Mortensen (Blackpool) 30
1951–52 Manchester United (3) Tottenham Hotspur Arsenal George Robledo (Newcastle United) 33
1952–53 Arsenal (7) Preston North End Wolverhampton Wanderers Charlie Wayman (Preston North End) 24
1953–54 Wolverhampton Wanderers West Bromwich Albion Huddersfield Town Jimmy Glazzard (Huddersfield Town) 29
1954–55 Chelsea Wolverhampton Wanderers Portsmouth Ronnie Allen (West Bromwich Albion) 27
1955–56 Manchester United (4) Blackpool Wolverhampton Wanderers Nat Lofthouse (Bolton Wanderers) 33
1956–57 Manchester United (5) Tottenham Hotspur Preston North End John Charles (Leeds United) 38
1957–58 Wolverhampton Wanderers (2) Preston North End Tottenham Hotspur Bobby Smith (Tottenham Hotspur) 36
1958–59 Wolverhampton Wanderers (3) Manchester United Arsenal Jimmy Greaves (Chelsea) 33
1959–60 Burnley (2) Wolverhampton Wanderers Tottenham Hotspur Dennis Viollet (Manchester United) 32
1960–61 Tottenham Hotspur (2) Sheffield Wednesday Wolverhampton Wanderers Jimmy Greaves (Chelsea) 41
1961–62 Ipswich Town Burnley Tottenham Hotspur Ray Crawford (Ipswich Town)
Derek Kevan (West Bromwich Albion)
33
1962–63 Everton (6) Tottenham Hotspur Burnley Jimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur) 37
1963–64 Liverpool (6) Manchester United Everton Jimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur) 35
1964–65 Manchester United (6) Leeds United Chelsea Andy McEvoy (Blackburn Rovers)
Jimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur)
29
1965–66 Liverpool (7) Leeds United Burnley Willie Irvine (Burnley) 29
1966–67 Manchester United (7) Nottingham Forest Tottenham Hotspur Ron Davies (Southampton) 37
1967–68 Manchester City (2) Manchester United Liverpool George Best (Manchester United)
Ron Davies (Southampton)
28
1968–69 Leeds United Liverpool Everton Jimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur) 27
1969–70 Everton (7) Leeds United Chelsea Jeff Astle (West Bromwich Albion) 25
1970–71 Arsenal (8) Leeds United Tottenham Hotspur Tony Brown (West Bromwich Albion) 28
1971–72 Derby County Leeds United Liverpool Francis Lee (Manchester City) 33
1972–73 Liverpool (8) Arsenal Leeds United Pop Robson (West Ham United) 28
1973–74 Leeds United (2) Liverpool Derby County Mick Channon (Southampton) 21
1974–75 Derby County (2) Liverpool Ipswich Town Malcolm Macdonald (Newcastle United) 21
1975–76 Liverpool (9) Queens Park Rangers Manchester United Ted MacDougall (Norwich City) 23
1976–77 Liverpool (10) Manchester City Ipswich Town Malcolm Macdonald (Arsenal)
Andy Gray (Aston Villa)
25
1977–78 Nottingham Forest Liverpool Everton Bob Latchford (Everton) 30
1978–79 Liverpool (11) Nottingham Forest West Bromwich Albion Frank Worthington (Bolton Wanderers) 24
1979–80 Liverpool (12) Manchester United Ipswich Town Phil Boyer (Southampton) 23
1980–81 Aston Villa (7) Ipswich Town Arsenal Peter Withe (Aston Villa)
Steve Archibald (Tottenham Hotspur)
20
1981–82 Liverpool (13) Ipswich Town Manchester United Kevin Keegan (Southampton) 26
1982–83 Liverpool (14) Watford Manchester United Luther Blissett (Watford) 27
1983–84 Liverpool (15) Southampton Nottingham Forest Ian Rush (Liverpool) 32
1984–85 Everton (8) Liverpool Tottenham Hotspur Kerry Dixon (Chelsea)
Gary Lineker (Leicester City)
24
1985–86 Liverpool (16) Everton West Ham United Gary Lineker (Everton) 30
1986–87 Everton (9) Liverpool Tottenham Hotspur Clive Allen (Tottenham Hotspur) 33
1987–88 Liverpool (17) Manchester United Nottingham Forest John Aldridge (Liverpool) 26
1988–89 Arsenal (9) Liverpool Nottingham Forest Alan Smith (Arsenal) 23
1989–90 Liverpool (18) Aston Villa Tottenham Hotspur Gary Lineker (Tottenham Hotspur) 24
1990–91 Arsenal (10) Liverpool Crystal Palace Alan Smith (Arsenal) 22
1991–92 Leeds United (3) Manchester United Sheffield Wednesday Ian Wright (Crystal Palace/Arsenal) 29

Premier League (1992–present)[eedit | eedit soorce]

Year Champions
(number of titles)
Points Runners-up Points Third place Points Top goalscorer Goals
1992–93 Manchester United (8)
84
Aston Villa
74
Norwich City
72
Ingland Teddy Sheringham (Nottingham / Tottenham) 22
1993–94 Manchester United (9)
92
Blackburn Rovers
84
Newcastle United
77
Ingland Andrew Cole (Newcastle United) 34
1994–95 Blackburn Rovers (3)
89
Manchester United
88
Nottingham Forest
77
Ingland Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers) 34
1995–96 Manchester United (10)
82
Newcastle United
78
Liverpool
71
Ingland Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers) 31
1996–97 Manchester United (11)
75
Newcastle United
68
Arsenal
68
Ingland Alan Shearer (Newcastle United) 25
1997–98 Arsenal (11)
78
Manchester United
77
Liverpool
65
Ingland Chris Sutton (Blackburn Rovers)
Ingland Dion Dublin (Coventry City)
Ingland Michael Owen (Liverpool)
18
1998–99 Manchester United[7] (12)
79
Arsenal
78
Chelsea
75
Netherlands Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Leeds United)
Ingland Michael Owen (Liverpool)
Trinidad an Tobago Dwight Yorke (Manchester United)
18
1999–2000 Manchester United (13)
91
Arsenal
73
Leeds United
69
Ingland Kevin Phillips (Sunderland) 30
2000–01 Manchester United (14)
80
Arsenal
70
Liverpool
69
Netherlands Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Chelsea) 23
2001–02 Arsenal (12)
87
Liverpool
80
Manchester United
77
Fraunce Thierry Henry (Arsenal) 24
2002–03 Manchester United (15)
83
Arsenal
78
Newcastle United
69
Netherlands Ruud van Nistelrooy (Manchester United) 25
2003–04 Arsenal[1] (13)
90
Chelsea
79
Manchester United
75
Fraunce Thierry Henry (Arsenal) 30
2004–05 Chelsea[4] (2)
95
Arsenal
83
Manchester United
77
Fraunce Thierry Henry (Arsenal) 25
2005–06 Chelsea (3)
91
Manchester United
83
Liverpool
82
Fraunce Thierry Henry (Arsenal) 27
2006–07 Manchester United (16)
89
Chelsea
83
Liverpool
68
Ivory Coast Didier Drogba (Chelsea) 20
2007–08 Manchester United (17)
87
Chelsea
85
Arsenal
83
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) 31
2008–09 Manchester United[4] (18)
90
Liverpool
86
Chelsea
83
Fraunce Nicolas Anelka (Chelsea) 19
2009–10 Chelsea (4)
86
Manchester United
85
Arsenal
75
Ivory Coast Didier Drogba (Chelsea) 29
2010–11 Manchester United (19)
80
Chelsea
71
Manchester City
71
Bulgarie Dimitar Berbatov (Manchester United)
Argentinae Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
20
2011–12 Manchester City (3)
89
Manchester United
89
Arsenal
70
Netherlands Robin van Persie (Arsenal) 30
2012–13 Manchester United (20)
89
Manchester City
78
Chelsea
75
Netherlands Robin van Persie (Manchester United) 26
2013–14 Manchester City[4] (4)
86
Liverpool
84
Chelsea
82
Uruguay Luis Suárez (Liverpool) 31
2014–15 Chelsea[4] (5)
87
Manchester City
79
Arsenal
75
Argentinae Sergio Agüero (Manchester City) 26
2015–16 Leicester City
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD TBD

Bauld indicates Double winners – i.e. League an FA Cup winners OR League an European Cup winners

Bauld Italic indicates Treble winners – i.e. League, FA Cup an European Cup winners

Total titles wan[eedit | eedit soorce]

Teams in bauld compete in the Premier League as o 2015–16 saison.

Club Winners Runners-up Winnin saisons
Manchester United
20
15
1907–08, 1910–11, 1951–52, 1955–56, 1956–57, 1964–65, 1966–67, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1998–99, 1999–2000, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2012–13
Liverpool
18
13
1900–01, 1905–06, 1921–22, 1922–23, 1946–47, 1963–64, 1965–66, 1972–73, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1978–79, 1979–80, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1985–86, 1987–88, 1989–90
Arsenal
13
8
1930–31, 1932–33, 1933–34, 1934–35, 1937–38, 1947–48, 1952–53, 1970–71, 1988–89, 1990–91, 1997–98, 2001–02, 2003–04
Everton
9
7
1890–91, 1914–15, 1927–28, 1931–32, 1938–39, 1962–63, 1969–70, 1984–85, 1986–87
Aston Villa
7
10
1893–94, 1895–96, 1896–97, 1898–99, 1899–1900, 1909–10, 1980–81
Sunderland
6
5
1891–92, 1892–93, 1894–95, 1901–02, 1912–13, 1935–36
Chelsea
5
4
1954–55, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2009–10, 2014–15
Manchester City
4
5
1936-37, 1967–68, 2011–12, 2013–14
Newcastle United
4
2
1904–05, 1906–07, 1908–09, 1926–27
Sheffield Wednesday
4
1
1902–03, 1903–04, 1928–29, 1929–30
Leeds United
3
5
1968–69, 1973–74, 1991–92
Wolverhampton Wanderers
3
5
1953–54, 1957–58, 1958–59
Huddersfield Town
3
3
1923–24, 1924–25, 1925–26
Blackburn Rovers
3
1
1911–12, 1913–14, 1994–95
Preston North End
2
6
1888–89, 1889–90
Tottenham Hotspur
2
4
1950–51, 1960–61
Derby County
2
3
1971–72, 1974–75
Burnley
2
2
1920–21, 1959–60
Portsmouth
2
0
1948–49, 1949–50
Ipswich Town
1
2
1961–62
Nottingham Forest
1
2
1977–78
Sheffield United
1
2
1897–98
West Bromwich Albion
1
2
1919–20
Leicester City
1
1
2015–16
Bristol City
0
1
Oldham Athletic
0
1
Cardiff City
0
1
Charlton Athletic
0
1
Blackpool
0
1
Queen's Park Rangers
0
1
Watford
0
1
Southampton
0
1

Total titles wan bi region[eedit | eedit soorce]

Region Nummer o titles Clubs
North Wast
58
Manchester United (20), Liverpool (18), Everton (9), Manchester City (4) Blackburn Rovers (3), Burnley (2), Preston North End (2)
Lunnon
20
Arsenal (13), Chelsea (5), Tottenham Hotspur (2)
Yorkshire an the Humber
11
Sheffield Wednesday (4), Huddersfield Town (3), Leeds United (3), Sheffield United (1)
Wast Midlands
11
Aston Villa (7), Wolverhampton Wanderers (3), West Bromwich Albion (1)
North East
10
Sunderland (6), Newcastle United (4)
East Midlands
4
Derby County (2), Leicester City (1), Nottingham Forest (1)
Sooth
2
Portsmouth (2)
East o Ingland
1
Ipswich Town (1)
Sooth Wast
Wales

By Ceety[eedit | eedit soorce]

Ceety Championships Clubs
Liverpool
27
Liverpool (18), Everton (9),
Manchester
24
Manchester United (20), Manchester City (4)
London
20
Arsenal (13), Chelsea (5), Tottenham Hotspur (2)
Birmingham
7
Aston Villa (7)
Sunderland
6
Sunderland (6)
Sheffield
5
Sheffield Wednesday (4), Sheffield United (1)
Newcastle
4
Newcastle United (4)
Blackburn
3
Blackburn Rovers (3)
Huddersfield
3
Huddersfield Town (3)
Leeds
3
Leeds United (3)
Wolverhampton
3
Wolverhampton Wanderers (3)
Burnley
2
Burnley (2)
Derby
2
Derby County (2)
Portsmouth
2
Portsmouth (2)
Preston
2
Preston North End (2)
Ipswich
1
Ipswich Town (1)
Leicester
1
Leicester City (1)
Nottingham
1
Nottingham Forest (1)
West Bromwich
1
West Bromwich Albion (1)

Multiple trophy wins[eedit | eedit soorce]

See The Double an The Treble

See an aw[eedit | eedit soorce]

Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]

Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. a b Completit the saison unbeaten.
  2. a b Wan the UEFA Cup an aw.
  3. a b Wan the European Cup an aw.
  4. a b c d e f g Wan the League Cup an aw.
  5. a Frae the 1981–82 saison onwairds three points wur awairdit for a win. Prior tae this a win gave twa points.
  6. a Wan the Cup Winners Cup an aw.
  7. a In addeetion tae the double o League an FA Cup, Manchester United wan the European Cup in 1999 an aw. This achievement is referred tae as the Treble.
  8. a b c Sheffield Wednesday wur kent as The Wednesday till 1929.
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