Liste der englischen Fußballmeister

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Die Liste der englischen Fußballmeister führt alle Meister und Vizemeister seit der Premierensaison 1888/89 auf. Des Weiteren wird der jeweilige Torschützenkönig der höchsten Spielklasse genannt.

Teams in Fettdruck gewannen neben der Meisterschaft im selben Jahr auch den FA Cup (Double).

Football League (1888/89–1891/92) und Football League First Division (1892/93–1991/92)Bearbeiten

Saison Meister (Anzahl Titel) Vizemeister Torschützenkönig(e)
1888/89 Preston North End Aston Villa John Goodall (Preston North End) (21 Tore)
1889/90 Preston North End (2) FC Everton Nicholas J. Ross (Preston North End) (22)
1890/91 FC Everton Preston North End Jack Southworth (Blackburn Rovers) (26)
1891/92 AFC Sunderland Preston North End Johnny Campbell (AFC Sunderland) (32)
1892/93 AFC Sunderland (2) Preston North End Johnny Campbell (AFC Sunderland) (31)
1893/94 Aston Villa AFC Sunderland Jack Southworth (FC Everton) (27)
1894/95 AFC Sunderland (3) FC Everton Johnny Campbell (AFC Sunderland) (22)
1895/96 Aston Villa (2) Derby County Johnny Campbell (Aston Villa) und Steve Bloomer (Derby County) (20)
1896/97 Aston Villa (3) Sheffield United Steve Bloomer (Derby County) (22)
1897/98 Sheffield United AFC Sunderland Fred Wheldon (Aston Villa) (21)
1898/99 Aston Villa (4) FC Liverpool Steve Bloomer (Derby County) (23)
1899/00 Aston Villa (5) Sheffield United Billy Garraty (Aston Villa) (27)
1900/01 FC Liverpool AFC Sunderland Steve Bloomer (Derby County) (23)
1901/02 AFC Sunderland (4) FC Everton Jimmy Settle (FC Everton) (18)
1902/03 The Wednesday Aston Villa Sam Raybould (FC Liverpool) (31)
1903/04 The Wednesday (2) Manchester City Steve Bloomer (Derby County) (20)
1904/05 Newcastle United FC Everton Arthur Brown (Sheffield United) (22)
1905/06 FC Liverpool (2) Preston North End Albert Shepherd (Bolton Wanderers) (26)
1906/07 Newcastle United (2) Bristol City Alf Young (FC Everton) (30)
1907/08 Manchester United Aston Villa Enoch West (Nottingham Forest) (27)
1908/09 Newcastle United (3) FC Everton Bert Freeman (FC Everton) (38)
1909/10 Aston Villa (6) FC Liverpool Jack Parkinson (FC Liverpool) (30)
1910/11 Manchester United (2) Aston Villa Albert Shepherd (Newcastle United) (25)
1911/12 Blackburn Rovers FC Everton H. Hampton (Aston Villa), G. Holley (AFC Sunderland) und D. McLean (The Wednesday) (25)
1912/13 AFC Sunderland (5) Aston Villa David McLean (The Wednesday) (30)
1913/14 Blackburn Rovers (2) Aston Villa George Elliott (FC Middlesbrough) (32)
1914/15 FC Everton (2) Oldham Athletic Bobby Parker (FC Everton) (36)
1915–1919 Ligapause aufgrund des Ersten Weltkrieges
1919/20 West Bromwich Albion FC Burnley Fred Morris (West Bromwich Albion) (37)
1920/21 FC Burnley Manchester City Joe Smith (Bolton Wanderers) (38)
1921/22 FC Liverpool (3) Tottenham Hotspur Andy Wilson (FC Middlesbrough) (31)
1922/23 FC Liverpool (4) AFC Sunderland Charlie Buchan (AFC Sunderland) (30)
1923/24 Huddersfield Town Cardiff City Wilf Chadwick (FC Everton) (28)
1924/25 Huddersfield Town (2) West Bromwich Albion Frank Roberts (Manchester City) (31)
1925/26 Huddersfield Town (3) FC Arsenal Ted Harper (Blackburn Rovers) (43)
1926/27 Newcastle United (4) Huddersfield Town Jimmy Trotter (The Wednesday) (37)
1927/28 FC Everton (3) Huddersfield Town Dixie Dean (FC Everton) (60)
1928/29 Sheffield Wednesday (3) Leicester City Dave Halliday (AFC Sunderland) (43)
1929/30 Sheffield Wednesday (4) Derby County Vic Watson (West Ham United) (41)
1930/31 FC Arsenal Aston Villa Tom 'Pongo' Waring (Aston Villa) (49)
1931/32 FC Everton (4) FC Arsenal Dixie Dean (FC Everton) (44)
1932/33 FC Arsenal (2) Aston Villa Jack Bowers (Derby County) (35)
1933/34 FC Arsenal (3) Huddersfield Town Jack Bowers (Derby County) (34)
1934/35 FC Arsenal (4) AFC Sunderland Ted Drake (FC Arsenal) (42)
1935/36 AFC Sunderland (6) Derby County W. G. Richardson (West Bromwich Albion) (39)
1936/37 Manchester City Charlton Athletic Freddie Steel (Stoke City) (33)
1937/38 FC Arsenal (5) Wolverhampton Wanderers Tommy Lawton (FC Everton) (28)
1938/39 FC Everton (5) Wolverhampton Wanderers Tommy Lawton (FC Everton) (35)
1939–1946 Ligapause aufgrund des Zweiten Weltkrieges
1946/47 FC Liverpool (5) Manchester United Dennis Westcott (Wolverhampton Wanderers) (38)
1947/48 FC Arsenal (6) Manchester United Ronnie Rooke (FC Arsenal) (33)
1948/49 FC Portsmouth Manchester United Willie Moir (Bolton Wanderers) (25)
1949/50 FC Portsmouth (2) Wolverhampton Wanderers Dickie Davis (AFC Sunderland) (25)
1950/51 Tottenham Hotspur Manchester United Stan Mortensen (FC Blackpool) (30)
1951/52 Manchester United (3) Tottenham Hotspur George Robledo (Newcastle United) (33)
1952/53 FC Arsenal (7) Preston North End Charlie Wayman (Preston North End) (24)
1953/54 Wolverhampton Wanderers West Bromwich Albion Jimmy Glazzard (Huddersfield Town) (29)
1954/55 FC Chelsea Wolverhampton Wanderers Ronnie Allen (West Bromwich Albion) (27)
1955/56 Manchester United (4) FC Blackpool Nat Lofthouse (Bolton Wanderers) (33)
1956/57 Manchester United (5) Tottenham Hotspur John Charles (Leeds United) (38)
1957/58 Wolverhampton Wanderers (2) Preston North End Bobby Smith (Tottenham Hotspur) (36)
1958/59 Wolverhampton Wanderers (3) Manchester United Jimmy Greaves (FC Chelsea) (33)
1959/60 FC Burnley (2) Wolverhampton Wanderers Dennis Viollet (Manchester United) (32)
1960/61 Tottenham Hotspur (2) Sheffield Wednesday Jimmy Greaves (FC Chelsea) (41)
1961/62 Ipswich Town FC Burnley Ray Crawford (Ipswich Town) und Derek Kevan (West Bromwich Albion) (33)
1962/63 FC Everton (6) Tottenham Hotspur Jimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur) (37)
1963/64 FC Liverpool (6) Manchester United Jimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur) (35)
1964/65 Manchester United (6) Leeds United Andy McEvoy (Blackburn Rovers) und Jimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur) (29)
1965/66 FC Liverpool (7) Leeds United Willie Irvine (FC Burnley) (29)
1966/67 Manchester United (7) Nottingham Forest Ron Davies (FC Southampton) (37)
1967/68 Manchester City (2) Manchester United George Best (Manchester United) und Ron Davies (FC Southampton) (28)
1968/69 Leeds United FC Liverpool Jimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur) (27)
1969/70 FC Everton (7) Leeds United Jeff Astle (West Bromwich Albion) (25)
1970/71 FC Arsenal (8) Leeds United Tony Brown (West Bromwich Albion) (28)
1971/72 Derby County Leeds United Francis Lee (Manchester City) (33)
1972/73 FC Liverpool (8) FC Arsenal Pop Robson (West Ham United) (28)
1973/74 Leeds United (2) FC Liverpool Mick Channon (FC Southampton) (21)
1974/75 Derby County (2) FC Liverpool Malcolm Macdonald (Newcastle United) (21)
1975/76 FC Liverpool (9) Queens Park Rangers Ted MacDougall (Norwich City) (23)
1976/77 FC Liverpool (10) Manchester City Malcolm Macdonald (FC Arsenal) und Andy Gray (Aston Villa) (25)
1977/78 Nottingham Forest FC Liverpool Bob Latchford (FC Everton) (30)
1978/79 FC Liverpool (11) Nottingham Forest Frank Worthington (Bolton Wanderers) (24)
1979/80 FC Liverpool (12) Manchester United Phil Boyer (FC Southampton) (23)
1980/81 Aston Villa (7) Ipswich Town Peter Withe (Aston Villa) und Steve Archibald (Tottenham Hotspur) (20)
1981/82 FC Liverpool (13) Ipswich Town Kevin Keegan (FC Southampton) (26)
1982/83 FC Liverpool (14) FC Watford Luther Blissett (FC Watford) (27)
1983/84 FC Liverpool (15) FC Southampton Ian Rush (FC Liverpool) (32)
1984/85 FC Everton (8) FC Liverpool Kerry Dixon (FC Chelsea) und Gary Lineker (Leicester City) (24)
1985/86 FC Liverpool (16) FC Everton Gary Lineker (FC Everton) (30)
1986/87 FC Everton (9) FC Liverpool Clive Allen (Tottenham Hotspur) (33)
1987/88 FC Liverpool (17) Manchester United John Aldridge (FC Liverpool) (26)
1988/89 FC Arsenal (9) FC Liverpool Alan Smith (FC Arsenal) (23)
1989/90 FC Liverpool (18) Aston Villa Gary Lineker (Tottenham Hotspur) (24)
1990/91 FC Arsenal (10) FC Liverpool Alan Smith (FC Arsenal) (22)
1991/92 Leeds United (3) Manchester United Ian Wright (Crystal Palace/FC Arsenal) (29)

Premier League (seit 1992)Bearbeiten

Saison Meister (Anzahl Titel) Vizemeister Torschützenkönig(e)
1992/93 Manchester United (8) Aston Villa Teddy Sheringham (Tottenham Hotspur) (22)
1993/94 Manchester United (9) Blackburn Rovers Andy Cole (Newcastle United) (34)
1994/95 Blackburn Rovers (3) Manchester United Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers) (34)
1995/96 Manchester United (10) Newcastle United Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers) (31)
1996/97 Manchester United (11) Newcastle United Alan Shearer (Newcastle United) (25)
1997/98 FC Arsenal (11) Manchester United Chris Sutton (Blackburn Rovers), Dion Dublin (Coventry City), Michael Owen (FC Liverpool) (18)
1998/99 Manchester United (12) FC Arsenal Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Leeds United), Michael Owen (FC Liverpool), Dwight Yorke (Manchester United) (18)
1999/2000 Manchester United (13) FC Arsenal Kevin Phillips (AFC Sunderland) (30)
2000/01 Manchester United (14) FC Arsenal Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (FC Chelsea) (23)
2001/02 FC Arsenal (12) FC Liverpool Thierry Henry (FC Arsenal) (24)
2002/03 Manchester United (15) FC Arsenal Ruud van Nistelrooy (Manchester United) (25)
2003/04 FC Arsenal (13) FC Chelsea Thierry Henry (FC Arsenal) (30)
2004/05 FC Chelsea (2) FC Arsenal Thierry Henry (FC Arsenal) (25)
2005/06 FC Chelsea (3) Manchester United Thierry Henry (FC Arsenal) (27)
2006/07 Manchester United (16) FC Chelsea Didier Drogba (FC Chelsea) (20)
2007/08 Manchester United (17) FC Chelsea Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) (31)
2008/09 Manchester United (18) FC Liverpool Nicolas Anelka (FC Chelsea) (19)
2009/10 FC Chelsea (4) Manchester United Didier Drogba (FC Chelsea) (29)
2010/11 Manchester United (19) FC Chelsea Dimitar Berbatow (Manchester United), Carlos Tévez (Manchester City) (21)
2011/12 Manchester City (3) Manchester United Robin van Persie (FC Arsenal) (30)
2012/13 Manchester United (20) Manchester City Robin van Persie (Manchester United) (26)
2013/14 Manchester City (4) FC Liverpool Luis Suárez (FC Liverpool) (31)
2014/15 FC Chelsea (5) Manchester City Sergio Agüero (Manchester City) (26)
2015/16 Leicester City FC Arsenal Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) (25)
2016/17 FC Chelsea (6) Tottenham Hotspur Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) (29)
2017/18 Manchester City (5) Manchester United Mohamed Salah (FC Liverpool) (32)
2018/19 Manchester City (6) FC Liverpool Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (FC Arsenal), Sadio Mané (FC Liverpool), Mohamed Salah (FC Liverpool) (22)
2019/20 FC Liverpool (19) Manchester City Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) (23)

Anzahl der MeistertitelBearbeiten

Anzahl Verein (zuletzt)
20   Manchester United (2013)
19   FC Liverpool (2020)
13   FC Arsenal (2004)
9   FC Everton (1987)
7   Aston Villa (1981)
6   AFC Sunderland (1936)
  FC Chelsea (2017)
  Manchester City (2019)
4   Newcastle United (1927)
  Sheffield Wednesday (1930)
3   Blackburn Rovers (1995)
Huddersfield Town (1926)
  Leeds United (1992)
  Wolverhampton Wanderers (1959)
2   Derby County (1975)
  FC Burnley (1960)
  FC Portsmouth (1950)
  Preston North End (1890)
  Tottenham Hotspur (1961)
1   Ipswich Town (1962)
  Leicester City (2016)
  Nottingham Forest (1978)
  Sheffield United (1898)
West Bromwich Albion (1920)

RekordmeisterBearbeiten

Die längste Zeit am Stück alleiniger Rekordmeister war Aston Villa in den 37 Jahren ab 1899, gefolgt vom FC Liverpool in den 33 Jahren ab 1976, in denen der Verein 9 Meisterschaften gewann. 2009 zog Manchester United mit seinem 18. Titel mit dem FC Liverpool gleich, ehe der Verein 2011 die alleinige Führung übernahm.

In Klammern sind die Zahl der Meisterschaften angegeben, neu hinzukommende Rekordmeister stehen an erster Stelle.

  • 1889–1893: Preston North End (1–2)
  • 1893–1895: AFC Sunderland/Preston North End (2)
  • 1895–1897: AFC Sunderland (3)
  • 1897–1899: Aston Villa/AFC Sunderland (3)
  • 1899–1936: Aston Villa (4–6)
  • 1936–1948: AFC Sunderland/Aston Villa (6)
  • 1948–1953: FC Arsenal/AFC Sunderland/Aston Villa (6)
  • 1953–1966: FC Arsenal (7)
  • 1966–1967: FC Liverpool/FC Arsenal (7)
  • 1967–1970: Manchester United/FC Liverpool/FC Arsenal (7)
  • 1970–1971: FC Everton/Manchester United/FC Liverpool/FC Arsenal (7)
  • 1971–1973: FC Arsenal (8)
  • 1973–1976: FC Liverpool/FC Arsenal (8)
  • 1976–2009: FC Liverpool (9–18)
  • 2009–2011: Manchester United/FC Liverpool (18)
  • seit 2011: Manchester United (19–20)