Premier League winning teams

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Since its inauguration 30 years ago, the Premier League has developed into the most competitive and entertaining league in world football.

The Premier League is the most prestigious league in English football, being level one in the EFL pyramid system since it was founded in 1992.

Many of the world’s best players, managers and top goalscorers have graced the league and here we highlight some of the outstanding Premier League winning teams they contributed to.

In this blog we bring you the trends of the Premier over the years since the league first graced our lives.

Below is a table including all of the .

Year
Winner
Points
Played
Won
Drawn
Lost
Goals

2021-22
Manchester City
93
38
29
6
3
99

2020-21
Manchester City
86
38
27
5
6
83

2019-20
Liverpool
99
38
32
3
3
85

2018-19
Manchester City
98
38
32
2
4
95

2017-18
Manchester City
100
38
32
4
2
106

2016-17
Chelsea
93
38
30
3
5
85

2015-16
Leicester City
81
38
23
12
3
68

2014-15
Chelsea
87
38
26
9
3
73

2013-14
Manchester City
86
38
27
5
6
102

2012-13
Manchester United
89
38
28
5
5
86

2011-12
Manchester City
89
38
28
5
5
93

2010-11
Manchester United
80
38
23
11
4
78

2009-10
Chelsea
86
38
27
5
6
103

2008-09
Manchester United
90
38
28
6
4
68

2007-08
Manchester United
87
38
27
6
5
80

2006-07
Manchester United
89
38
28
5
5
83

2005-06
Chelsea
91
38
29
4
5
72

2004-05
Chelsea
95
38
29
8
1
72

2003-04
Arsenal
90
38
26
12
0
73

2002-03
Manchester United
83
38
25
8
5
74

2001-02
Arsenal
87
38
26
9
3
79

2000-01
Manchester United
80
38
24
8
6
79

1999-00
Manchester United
91
38
28
7
3
97

1998-99
Manchester United
79
38
22
13
3
80

1997-98
Arsenal
78
38
23
9
6
68

1996-97
Manchester United
75
38
21
12
5
73

1995-96
Manchester United
82
38
25
7
6
73

1994-95
Blackburn Rovers
89
42
27
8
7
80

1993-94
Manchester United
92
42
27
11
4
80

1992-93
Manchester United
84
42
24
12
6
67

Who has won the most Premier League titles?

When it comes to the current team who has won the most , the crown belongs with Manchester United, who have cumulatively won 20 times since 1889. Most of their titles came since the inception of the Premier League under the leadership of Sir Alex Ferguson, with 13 of their 20 titles having been won since 1992.

Arguably their prime season was 1998-99 where they won the Premier League, FA Cup and . They then went to follow on from this perfect season with two successive Premier League title victories.

Manchester United’s title winning sides were based around mixing youth and experience. Sir Alex Ferguson was never afraid of throwing players from United’s youth team into the heat of battle. At the same time, many of the older players in their sides still contributed goals and assists, with several being the Premier League’s oldest goalscorers.

When did Liverpool last win the Premier League?

United’s arch rivals Liverpool had their best spell in England’s top division in the 1970 and 1980s, but they added their first Premier League title in 30 years in 2019-20. Liverpool’s top flight title haul now stands at 19, with one victory in the Premier League era.

When did Chelsea last win the Premier League?

Chelsea had their best spell in the early 2000s under Jose Mourinho, when winning back-to-back titles in 2005 and 2006. Victory in 2016-17 took Chelsea’s Premier League title wins to five.

When did Arsenal last win the Premier League?

Arsenal’s last Premier League title came in the 2003-04 season and was perhaps the most famous Premier League winning team of all-time, as they managed to go 38 games unbeaten during the season. It marked Arsenal’s 13th English top flight title and their third in the Premier League era.

Other winners

In recent season Manchester City have been the dominant side in the Premier League. In 2011-12 they won their first title, adding a second in 2013-14, before winning another four in the last five seasons.

The only other winners of the Premier League in the last 30 years have been Blackburn Rovers in the 1994-95. In 2015-16 Leicester performed a miracle by winning the title after starting the season at odds of 5000/1. It is a season that will go down in Premier League history.

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