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All Premier League Winners

How many are all Premier League winners? Who won the Premier League each year? Who won the most Premier League? How many times has each team won the Premier League? Which teams have won the Premier League in the last 10 years? Who Won Premier League in 1987? Who won the Premier League 2011? Who is the most successful English football team? Who won the 2020 Premier League? Who won the most trophies in England? Who won the 2019 Premier League? How many trophies does Liverpool have? Who has been in the Premier League the longest? Who Won Premier League 2013? Which English team has won the most trophies since 2000? When did Man Utd last win a trophy?

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List Of Premier League Winners Since Inception

I have arranged this list of all Premier League winners by adding the season, the Champion of the title, runners-up and the winning manager for each year.

Manchester United won the first Premier League in 1992 by a margin of 10 points over runners-up Aston Villa.

Sheffield United striker Briane Deane scored the first-ever Premier League goal on the 15th of August 1992 on the opening day of the season against Manchester United.

Eric Cantona scored the first hat-trick in the Premier League while playing for Leeds United.

Former Chelsea striker, Mikael Forssell holds the record as the youngest player to score in Premier League. Forssell was 17 years, 11 months and 5 days old when he netted against Nottingham Forest on his league debut.

Let’s now see the Premier League winners’ history list.

Premier League Titles By Club

1888–89: Preston North End – (Aston Villa – Runner Up) William Sudell

1889–90: Preston North End – (Everton – Runner Up) William Sudell

1890–91: Everton – (Preston North End – Runner Up) Dick Molyneux

1891–92: Sunderland – (Preston North End – Runner Up) Tom Watson

1892–93: Sunderland – (Preston North End – Runner Up) Tom Watson

1893–94: Aston Villa – (Sunderland – Runner Up) George Ramsay

1894–95: Sunderland – (Everton – Runner Up) Tom Watson

1895–96: Aston Villa – (Derby County – Runner Up) George Ramsay

1896–97: Aston Villa – (Sheffield United – Runner Up) George Ramsay

1897–98: Sheffield United – (Sunderland – Runner Up) Joseph Wostinholm

1898–99: Aston Villa – (Liverpool – Runner Up) George Ramsay

1899–1900: Aston Villa – (Sheffield United – Runner Up) George Ramsay

1900–01: Liverpool – (Sunderland – Runner Up) Tom Watson

1901–02: Sunderland – (Everton – Runner Up) Alex Mackie

1902–03: The Wednesday – (Aston Villa – Runner Up) Arthur Dickinson

1903–04: The Wednesday – (Manchester City – Runner Up) Arthur Dickinson

1904–05: Newcastle United – (Everton – Runner Up) Frank Watt

1905–06: Liverpool – (Preston North End – Runner Up) Tom Watson

1906–07: Newcastle United – (Bristol City – Runner Up) Frank Watt

1907–08: Manchester United – (Aston Villa – Runner Up) Ernest Mangnall

1908–09: Newcastle United – (Everton – Runner Up) Frank Watt

1909–10: Aston Villa – (Liverpool – Runner Up) George Ramsay

1910–11: Manchester United – (Aston Villa – Runner Up) Ernest Mangnall

1911–12: Blackburn Rovers – (Everton – Runner Up) Robert Middleton

1912–13: Sunderland – (Aston Villa – Runner Up) Bob Kyle

1913–14: Blackburn Rovers – (Aston Villa – Runner Up) Robert Middleton

1914–15: Everton – (Oldham Athletic – Runner Up) Will Cuff

1915–16 to 1918–19   League suspended due to World War I

1919–20: West Bromwich Albion – (Burnley – Runner Up) Fred Everiss

1920–21: Burnley – (Manchester City – Runner Up) John Haworth

1921–22: Liverpool – (Tottenham Hotspur – Runner Up) David Ashworth

1922–23: Liverpool – (Sunderland – Runner Up) Matt McQueen

1923–24: Huddersfield Town – (Cardiff City – Runner Up) Herbert Chapman

1924–25: Huddersfield Town – (West Bromwich Albion – Runner Up) Herbert Chapman

1925–26: Huddersfield Town – (Arsenal – Runner Up) Cecil Potter

1926–27: Newcastle United – (Huddersfield Town – Runner Up) Frank Watt

1927–28: Everton – (Huddersfield Town – Runner Up) Thomas McIntosh

1928–29: The Wednesday – (Leicester City – Runner Up) Robert Brown

1929–30: Sheffield Wednesday – (Derby County – Runner Up) Robert Brown

1930–31: Arsenal – (Aston Villa – Runner Up) Herbert Chapman

1931–32: Everton – (Arsenal – Runner Up) Thomas McIntosh

1932–33: Arsenal – (Aston Villa – Runner Up) Herbert Chapman

1933–34: Arsenal – (Huddersfield Town – Runner Up) Joe Shaw

1934–35: Arsenal – (Sunderland – Runner Up) George Allison

1935–36: Sunderland – (Derby County – Runner Up) Johnny Cochrane

1936–37: Manchester City – (Charlton Athletic – Runner Up) Wilf Wild

1937–38: Arsenal – (Wolverhampton Wanderers – Runner Up) George Allison

1938–39: Everton – (Wolverhampton Wanderers – Runner Up) Theo Kelly

1939–40 to 1945–46   League suspended due to World War II

1946–47: Liverpool – (Manchester United – Runner Up) George Kay

1947–48: Arsenal – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Tom Whittaker

1948–49: Portsmouth – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Bob Jackson

1949–50: Portsmouth – (Wolverhampton Wanderers – Runner Up) Bob Jackson

1950–51: Tottenham Hotspur – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Arthur Rowe

1951–52: Manchester United – (Tottenham Hotspur – Runner Up) Matt Busby

1952–53: Arsenal – (Preston North End – Runner Up) Tom Whittaker

1953–54: Wolverhampton Wanderers – (West Bromwich Albion – Runner Up) Stan Cullis

1954–55: Chelsea – (Wolverhampton Wanderers – Runner Up) Ted Drake

1955–56: Manchester United – (Blackpool – Runner Up) Matt Busby

1956–57: Manchester United – (Tottenham Hotspur – Runner Up) Matt Busby

1957–58: Wolverhampton Wanderers – (Preston North End – Runner Up) Stan Cullis

1958–59: Wolverhampton Wanderers – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Stan Cullis

1959–60: Burnley – (Wolverhampton Wanderers – Runner Up) Harry Potts

1960–61: Tottenham Hotspur – (Sheffield Wednesday – Runner Up) Bill Nicholson

1961–62: Ipswich Town – (Burnley – Runner Up) Alf Ramsey

1962–63: Everton – (Tottenham Hotspur – Runner Up) Harry Catterick

1963–64: Liverpool – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Bill Shankly

1964–65: Manchester United – (Leeds United – Runner Up) Matt Busby

1965–66: Liverpool – (Leeds United – Runner Up) Bill Shankly

1966–67: Manchester United – (Nottingham Forest – Runner Up) Matt Busby

1967–68: Manchester City – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Joe Mercer

1968–69: Leeds United – (Liverpool – Runner Up) Don Revie

1969–70: Everton – (Leeds United – Runner Up) Harry Catterick

1970–71: Arsenal – (Leeds United – Runner Up) Bertie Mee

1971–72: Derby County – (Leeds United – Runner Up) Brian Clough

1972–73: Liverpool – (Arsenal – Runner Up) Bill Shankly

1973–74: Leeds United – (Liverpool – Runner Up) Don Revie

1974–75: Derby County – (Liverpool – Runner Up) Dave Mackay

1975–76: Liverpool – (Queens Park Rangers – Runner Up) Bob Paisley

1976–77: Liverpool – (Manchester City – Runner Up) Bob Paisley

1977–78: Nottingham Forest – (Liverpool – Runner Up) Brian Clough

1978–79: Liverpool – (Nottingham Forest – Runner Up) Bob Paisley

1979–80: Liverpool – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Bob Paisley

1980–81: Aston Villa – (Ipswich Town – Runner Up) Ron Saunders

1981–82: Liverpool – (Ipswich Town – Runner Up) Bob Paisley

1982–83: Liverpool – (Watford – Runner Up) Bob Paisley

1983–84: Liverpool – (Southampton – Runner Up) Joe Fagan

1984–85: Everton – (Liverpool – Runner Up) Howard Kendall

1985–86: Liverpool – (Everton – Runner Up) Kenny Dalglish

1986–87: Everton – (Liverpool – Runner Up) Howard Kendall

1987–88: Liverpool – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Kenny Dalglish

1988–89: Arsenal – (Liverpool – Runner Up) George Graham

1989–90: Liverpool – (Aston Villa – Runner Up) Kenny Dalglish

1990–91: Arsenal – (Liverpool – Runner Up) George Graham

1991–92: Leeds United – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Howard Wilkinson

1992–93: Manchester United – (Aston Villa – Runner Up) Alex Ferguson

1993–94: Manchester United – (Blackburn Rovers – Runner Up) Alex Ferguson

1994–95: Blackburn Rovers – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Kenny Dalglish

1995–96: Manchester United – (Newcastle United – Runner Up) Alex Ferguson

1996–97: Manchester United – (Newcastle United – Runner Up) Alex Ferguson

1997–98: Arsenal – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Arsène Wenger

1998–99: Manchester United – (Arsenal – Runner Up) Alex Ferguson

1999–2000: Manchester United – (Arsenal – Runner Up) Alex Ferguson

2000–01: Manchester United – (Arsenal – Runner Up) Alex Ferguson

2001–02: Arsenal – (Liverpool – Runner Up) Arsène Wenger

2002–03: Manchester United – (Arsenal – Runner Up) Alex Ferguson

2003–04: Arsenal – (Chelsea – Runner Up) Arsène Wenger

2004–05: Chelsea – (Arsenal – Runner Up) José Mourinho

2005–06: Chelsea – (Manchester United – Runner Up) José Mourinho

2006–07: Manchester United – (Chelsea – Runner Up) Alex Ferguson

2007–08: Manchester United – (Chelsea – Runner Up) Alex Ferguson

2008–09: Manchester United – (Liverpool – Runner Up) Alex Ferguson

2009–10: Chelsea – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Carlo Ancelotti

2010–11: Manchester United – (Chelsea – Runner Up) Alex Ferguson

2011–12: Manchester City – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Roberto Mancini

2012–13: Manchester United – (Manchester City – Runner Up) Alex Ferguson

2013–14: Manchester City – (Liverpool – Runner Up) Manuel Pellegrini

2014–15: Chelsea – (Manchester City – Runner Up) José Mourinho

2015–16: Leicester City – (Arsenal – Runner Up) Claudio Ranieri

2016–17: Chelsea – (Tottenham Hotspur – Runner Up) Antonio Conte

2017–18: Manchester City – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Pep Guardiola

2018–19: Manchester City – (Liverpool – Runner Up) Pep Guardiola

2019–20: Liverpool – (Manchester City – Runner Up) Jürgen Klopp

2020–21: Manchester City – (Manchester United – Runner Up) Pep Guardiola

That’s that on the list of all Premier League winners of all time, but which team have won the most EPL titles?

Club With Most Premier League Titles

Manchester United have won the most of any club with twenty titles, Liverpool are second with nineteen, winning eleven league titles between 1973 and 1990. Arsenal are third with thirteen titles while Everton are fourth with nine titles. Aston Villa (seven) and Sunderland (six) Manchester City (seven titles) and Chelsea (six titles). Manchester City have won five league titles between 2012 and 2021, whilst Chelsea won five titles between 2005 and 2017.

Manchester United 20 Titles           

(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 19 Titles

(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, 2019–20)

Arsenal 13 Titles       

(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 Titles                     

(1890–91, 1914–15, 1927–28, 1931–32, 1938–39, 1962–63, 1969–70, 1984–85, 1986–87)

Aston Villa 7 Titles    

(1893–94, 1895–96, 1896–97, 1898–99, 1899–1900, 1909–10, 1980–81)

Manchester City 7 Titles      

(1936–37, 1967–68, 2011–12, 2013–14, 2017–18, 2018–19, 2020–21)

Sunderland 6 Titles              

(1891–92, 1892–93, 1894–95, 1901–02, 1912–13, 1935–36)

Chelsea 6 Titles         

(1954–55, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2009–10, 2014–15, 2016–17)

Newcastle United 4 Titles                

(1904–05, 1906–07, 1908–09, 1926–27)

Sheffield Wednesday 4 Titles          

(1902–03, 1903–04, 1928–29, 1929–30)

Wolverhampton Wanderers 3 Titles                      

(1953–54, 1957–58, 1958–59)

Leeds United 3 Titles

(1968–69, 1973–74, 1991–92)

Huddersfield Town 3 Titles  

(1923–24, 1924–25, 1925–26)

Blackburn Rovers 3 Titles    

(1911–12, 1913–14, 1994–95)

Preston North End 2 Titles              

(1888–89, 1889–90)

Tottenham Hotspur 2 Titles

(1950–51, 1960–61)

Derby County 2 Titles          

(1971–72, 1974–75)

Burnley 2 Titles         

(1920–21, 1959–60)

Portsmouth 2 Titles  

(1948–49, 1949–50)

Sheffield United 1 Title                    

(1897–98)

West Bromwich Albion 1 Title        

(1919–20)

Ipswich Town 1 Title

(1961–62)

Nottingham Forest 1 Title

(1977–78)

Leicester City 1 Title 

(2015–16)

Huddersfield Town (1923–24 to 1925–26), Arsenal (1932–33 to 1934–35), Liverpool (1981–82 to 1983–84) and Manchester United (1998–99 to 2000–01 and 2006–07 to 2008–09) are the only sides to have won the league title in three consecutive seasons.

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