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All-Time Premier League Winners List by Year

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Premier League Winners List

Manchester City are the current Premier League winners (2021–22). Manchester United are the team with the most EPL title, having won it twenty times, followed by Liverpool with nineteen.

Arsenal are third with thirteen titles, while Everton are fourth with nine titles and Man City are fifth with eight titles.

When it comes to winning the Premier League title back-to-back, 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 clubs to have won the title in three consecutive seasons.

See the Premier League titles history below.

But have you seen the 15 Greatest Defenders In Premier League History? How about the top 10 Highest African goal scorers in the EPL?

Let’s now see who has won the most Premier League title?

Premier League Winners/Champions List

YearWinnerWinning ManagerRunner-up
1888–89Preston North EndWilliam SudellAston Villa
1889–90Preston North EndWilliam SudellEverton
1890–91EvertonDick MolyneuxPreston North End
1891–92SunderlandTom WatsonPreston North End
1892–93SunderlandTom WatsonPreston North End
1893–94Aston VillaGeorge RamsaySunderland
1894–95SunderlandTom WatsonEverton
1895–96Aston VillaGeorge RamsayDerby County
1896–97Aston VillaGeorge RamsaySheffield United
1897–98Sheffield UnitedJoseph WostinholmSunderland
1898–99Aston VillaGeorge RamsayLiverpool
1899–1900Aston VillaGeorge RamsaySheffield United
1900–01LiverpoolTom WatsonSunderland
1901–02SunderlandAlex MackieEverton
1902–03The WednesdayArthur DickinsonAston Villa
1903–04The WednesdayArthur DickinsonManchester City
1904–05Newcastle UnitedFrank WattEverton
1905–06LiverpoolTom WatsonPreston North End
1906–07Newcastle UnitedFrank WattBristol City
1907–08Manchester UnitedErnest MangnallAston Villa
1908–09Newcastle UnitedFrank WattEverton
1909–10Aston VillaGeorge RamsayLiverpool
1910–11Manchester UnitedErnest MangnallAston Villa
1911–12Blackburn RoversRobert MiddletonEverton
1912–13SunderlandBob KyleAston Villa
1913–14Blackburn RoversRobert MiddletonAston Villa
1914–15EvertonWill CuffOldham Athletic
1915–16 to 1918–19League suspendeddue toWorld War I
1919–20West Bromwich AlbionFred EverissBurnley
1920–21BurnleyJohn HaworthManchester City
1921–22LiverpoolDavid AshworthTottenham Hotspur
1922–23LiverpoolMatt McQueenSunderland
1923–24Huddersfield TownHerbert ChapmanCardiff City
1924–25Huddersfield TownHerbert ChapmanWest Bromwich Albion
1925–26Huddersfield TownCecil PotterArsenal
1926–27Newcastle UnitedFrank WattHuddersfield Town
1927–28EvertonThomas McIntoshHuddersfield Town
1928–29The WednesdayRobert BrownLeicester City
1929–30Sheffield WednesdayRobert BrownDerby County
1930–31ArsenalHerbert ChapmanAston Villa
1931–32EvertonThomas McIntoshArsenal
1932–33ArsenalHerbert ChapmanAston Villa
1933–34ArsenalJoe ShawHuddersfield Town
1934–35ArsenalGeorge AllisonSunderland
1935–36SunderlandJohnny CochraneDerby County
1936–37Manchester CityWilf WildCharlton Athletic
1937–38ArsenalGeorge AllisonWolverhampton Wanderers
1938–39EvertonTheo KellyWolverhampton Wanderers
1939–40 to 1945–46League suspendeddue toWorld War II
1946–47LiverpoolGeorge KayManchester United
1947–48ArsenalTom WhittakerManchester United
1948–49PortsmouthBob JacksonManchester United
1949–50PortsmouthBob JacksonWolverhampton Wanderers
1950–51Tottenham HotspurArthur RoweManchester United
1951–52Manchester UnitedMatt BusbyTottenham Hotspur
1952–53ArsenalTom WhittakerPreston North End
1953–54Wolverhampton WanderersStan CullisWest Bromwich Albion
1954–55ChelseaTed DrakeWolverhampton Wanderers
1955–56Manchester UnitedMatt BusbyBlackpool
1956–57Manchester UnitedMatt BusbyTottenham Hotspur
1957–58Wolverhampton WanderersStan CullisPreston North End
1958–59Wolverhampton WanderersStan CullisManchester United
1959–60BurnleyHarry PottsWolverhampton Wanderers
1960–61Tottenham HotspurBill NicholsonSheffield Wednesday
1961–62Ipswich TownAlf RamseyBurnley
1962–63EvertonHarry CatterickTottenham Hotspur
1963–64LiverpoolBill ShanklyManchester United
1964–65Manchester UnitedMatt BusbyLeeds United
1965–66LiverpoolBill ShanklyLeeds United
1966–67Manchester UnitedMatt BusbyNottingham Forest
1967–68Manchester CityJoe MercerManchester United
1968–69Leeds UnitedDon RevieLiverpool
1969–70EvertonHarry CatterickLeeds United
1970–71ArsenalBertie MeeLeeds United
1971–72Derby CountyBrian CloughLeeds United
1972–73LiverpoolBill ShanklyArsenal
1973–74Leeds UnitedDon RevieLiverpool
1974–75Derby CountyDave MackayLiverpool
1975–76LiverpoolBob PaisleyQueens Park Rangers
1976–77LiverpoolBob PaisleyManchester City
1977–78Nottingham ForestBrian CloughLiverpool
1978–79LiverpoolBob PaisleyNottingham Forest
1979–80LiverpoolBob PaisleyManchester United
1980–81Aston VillaRon SaundersIpswich Town
1981–82LiverpoolBob PaisleyIpswich Town
1982–83LiverpoolBob PaisleyWatford
1983–84LiverpoolJoe FaganSouthampton
1984–85EvertonHoward KendallLiverpool
1985–86LiverpoolKenny DalglishEverton
1986–87EvertonHoward KendallLiverpool
1987–88LiverpoolKenny DalglishManchester United
1988–89ArsenalGeorge GrahamLiverpool
1989–90LiverpoolKenny DalglishAston Villa
1990–91ArsenalGeorge GrahamLiverpool
1991–92Leeds UnitedHoward WilkinsonManchester United
1992–93Manchester UnitedAlex FergusonAston Villa
1993–94Manchester UnitedAlex FergusonBlackburn Rovers
1994–95Blackburn RoversKenny DalglishManchester United
1995–96Manchester UnitedAlex FergusonNewcastle United
1996–97Manchester UnitedAlex FergusonNewcastle United
1997–98ArsenalArsène WengerManchester United
1998–99Manchester UnitedAlex FergusonArsenal
1999–2000Manchester UnitedAlex FergusonArsenal
2000–01Manchester UnitedAlex FergusonArsenal
2001–02ArsenalArsène WengerLiverpool
2002–03Manchester UnitedAlex FergusonArsenal
2003–04ArsenalArsène WengerChelsea
2004–05ChelseaJosé MourinhoArsenal
2005–06ChelseaJosé MourinhoManchester United
2006–07Manchester UnitedAlex FergusonChelsea
2007–08Manchester UnitedAlex FergusonChelsea
2008–09Manchester UnitedAlex FergusonLiverpool
2009–10ChelseaCarlo AncelottiManchester United
2010–11Manchester UnitedAlex FergusonChelsea
2011–12Manchester CityRoberto ManciniManchester United
2012–13Manchester UnitedAlex FergusonManchester City
2013–14Manchester CityManuel PellegriniLiverpool
2014–15ChelseaJosé MourinhoManchester City
2015–16Leicester CityClaudio RanieriArsenal
2016–17ChelseaAntonio ConteTottenham Hotspur
2017–18Manchester CityPep GuardiolaManchester United
2018–19Manchester CityPep GuardiolaLiverpool
2019–20LiverpoolJürgen KloppManchester City
2020–21Manchester CityPep GuardiolaManchester United
2021–22Manchester CityPep GuardiolaLiverpool
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