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Premier League winners list by year – All time past winners

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Premier League Winners list by year – All time past winners

Premier League Winners list by year – All Time Past Winners? Who are the past winners of the Premier League? Have you ever wondered which teams have won the Premier League before? well if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list of the Premier League Winners – All Time Past Winners.

Past Premier League Winners List

The Premier League is undoubtedly the most-watched league in the world and definitely the toughest league in the world and as far as we remember the first season (1992-1993) the Premier League was contested by 22 teams who played a total of 42 matches a season.

The league is now contested by 20 teams after it was reduced at the end of the 1994-1995 season and let us now check the list of the past winners of the Premier League? Here is the list of English Premier League winners since 1992 and Barclays Premier League winners since 2000:

SEASON WINNERS RUNNERS-UP
2019-20 Liverpool Man City
2018-19 Man City Liverpool
2017-18 Man City Man Utd
2016-17 Chelsea  Tottenham
2015-16 Leicester City Arsenal
2014-15 Chelsea  Man City
2013-14 Manchester City  Liverpool
2012-13 Manchester United   Man City
2011-12 Manchester City  Man United
2010-11 Manchester United  Chelsea
2009-10 Chelsea  Man United
2008-09 Manchester United Liverpool
2007-08 Manchester United   Chelsea
2006-07 Manchester United   Chelsea
2005-06 Chelsea  Man United
2004-05 Chelsea  Arsenal
2003-04 Arsenal  Chelsea
2002-03 Manchester United   Arsenal
2001-02 Arsenal  Liverpool
2000-01 Manchester United  Arsenal
1999-00 Manchester United   Arsenal
1998-99 Manchester United   Arsenal
1997-98 Arsenal  Man United
1996-97 Manchester United  Newcastle Utd
1995-96 Manchester United Newcastle Utd
1994-95 Blackburn Rovers  Man United
1993-94 Manchester United  Blackburn
1992-93 Manchester United  Aston Villa

Most Premier League wins all time

Manchester United dominance in the Premier League has contributed to most Premier League wins of all time and since it’s inception in 1992 the Premier League has been won by six different teams with Manchester United leading with the most Premier League titles since it was formed 1992.

Total titles won

Manchester United has dominated the Premier League since it’s inception in 1992 winning the title 13 times in 24 seasons winning more than half with the other four teams sharing the 10 remaining while teams in bold compete in the Premier League as of the 2017–18 season.

Club Winners Runners-up
Manchester United
20
16
Liverpool
19
14
Arsenal
13
9
Everton
9
7
Aston Villa
7
10
Sunderland
6
5
Chelsea
6
4
Manchester City
6
6
Newcastle United
4
2
Sheffield Wednesday
4
1
Leeds United
3
5
Wolverhampton Wanderers
3
5
Huddersfield Town
3
3
Blackburn Rovers
3
1
Preston North End
2
6
Tottenham Hotspur
2
5
Derby County
2
3
Burnley
2
2
Portsmouth
2
0
Ipswich Town
1
2
Nottingham Forest
1
2
Sheffield United
1
2
West Bromwich Albion
1
2
Leicester City
1
1
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

Most Premier League wins manager

Manchester United has won 13 Premier League titles under the management of Scottish manager Sir Alex Ferguson whereas no other manager has won that many titles and will probably never do it either.

Sir Alex Ferguson played a huge part in this Manchester United dominance period as he managed all the 13 seasons in which Manchester United have won the Premier League title.

Sir Alex and the Premier League

His dominance in the Premier League made him quote this after he was asked what his greatest challenge was ”My greatest challenge is not what’s happening at the moment, my greatest challenge was knocking Liverpool right off their fucking perch. And you can print that”.

Since the retiring of Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013 Manchester United have never won the Premier League.

See Also Sir Alex Ferguson’s Premier League record – stats and facts

Most Premier League wins in a row

Manchester United has most Premier League wins in a row. Man Utd has won tree times in row on two occasions during the seasons 1992-1995 and 1998-2001.

Chelsea has won the Premier League twice in a row on only one occasion during 2014-2016. No other team has ever won more then one time in row.

The most consecutive Premier League wins goes to Man United and we will probably never see a team win more then once in row.

Most Points Accumulated in A Season

Who have accumulated the most points in a season? The record number of points accumulated by a team was Chelsea with 95 points during the 2004-2005 season. And the lowest points accumulated is by Derby County who were relegated with 11 points.

However, that has completely changed in the last two seasons. Once Pep got a hold of the league, he won 100 points in the 2017-18 season, setting a new record.

He came close again last season, when he won the league again with 98 points although Liverpool did run him close with 97 points, which was another record for a team to collect that many points and not win the league.

The season prior to that Man City under Pep recorded 100 points in 2017-18, the first team to do so. Liverpool are on course to get 99 points, they are on 96 now with one game in hand.

Current season

City were aiming to defend their Premier League title for the second time in a row and make it three straight league titles like Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United did. However, they got undone by a brilliant Liverpool team who have gone on a rampage run to mark up 96 points in 37 matches so far.

City are hovering at second . The next season promises to be yet another exciting league for the fans to watch as the Premier League season rolls on. Liverpool have finally ended their 30 year wait to win their first Premier League title ever.

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