ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE WINNERS FROM 1992

English Premier League is an annual tournament held in England by twenty qualified clubs. It was founded in the year 1992 in England and the headquarters is in London, United Kingdom. England Premier League is one of the most watched tournaments in England. The tournament operates on a system of promotion and relegation of the clubs. Each club plays a total of thirty-eight home and away matches and the winner is determined by the club with the highest points. Below is the list of clubs that won the premier league title from 1992 till now.

MANCHESTER UNITED (13 TITLES)

Manchester United is currently the club with the most English premier league titles. They won 13 English premier league titles and they were the first club to win the title when it was founded. Manchester United is one of the most successful clubs in England with many other trophies.

The first title was won in 1993 with 84 points and Aston Villa became the runners-up with 74 points. Crystal Palace, Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest were the relegated clubs.

The second title was won in 1994 with 92 points and Blackburn Rovers were the runners-up with 84 points. The relegated clubs were Sheffield United, Oldham Athletic and Swindon Town.

The third title was won in 1996 with 82 points and Newcastle United became the runners-up with 78 points. Manchester City, Queens Park Rangers and Bolton Wanderers were the relegated clubs.

The fourth title was won in 1997 with 75 points and Newcastle United became the runners-up with 68 points. Sunderland, Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest were the relegated clubs.

The fifth title was won in 1999 with 79 points and Arsenal became the runners-up with 78 points. The relegated clubs were Charlton Athletic, Blackburn Rovers and Nottingham Forest.

The sixth title was won in 2000 with 91 points and Arsenal FC became the runners-up with 73 points. Wimbledon, Sheffield Wednesday and Watford were the relegated clubs.

The seventh title was won in 2001 with 80 points and Arsenal FC became the runners-up with 70 points. The relegated clubs were Manchester City, Coventry City and Bradford City.

The eighth title was won in 2003 with 83 points and Arsenal FC became the runners-up with 78 points. The relegated clubs were West Ham United, Bromwich Albion and Sunderland.

The ninth title was won in 2007 with 89 points and Chelsea FC became the runners-up with 83 points. Sheffield United, Charlton Athletic and Watford were the relegated clubs.

The tenth title was won in 2008 with 87 points and Chelsea FC became the runners-up with 85 points. The relegated clubs were Reading FC, Birmingham City and Derby Country.

The eleventh title was won in 2009 with 90 points and Liverpool became the runners-up with 86 points. Newcastle United, Middlesbrough and West Bromwich Albion were the relegated clubs.

The twelfth title was won in 2011 with 80 points and Chelsea FC became the runners-up with 71 points. Birmingham City, Blackpool and West Ham United were the relegated clubs.

The thirteenth title was won in 2013 with 89 points and Manchester City became the runners-up with 78 points. The relegated clubs were Wigan Athletic, Reading FC and Queens Park Rangers.

MANCHESTER CITY (7 TITLES)

Manchester City is currently the second leading club with seven English Premier League titles. They are the current champions of the tournament and also one of the toughest clubs to defeat in the premier league right now.

The first title was won in 2012 with 89 points and Manchester United became the runners-up with the same 89 points but with less goals as Manchester City. Bolten Wanderers, Blackburn Rovers and Wolverhampton Wanderers were the relegated clubs.

The second title was won in 2014 with 86 points and Liverpool became the runners-up with 84 points. The relegated clubs were Norwich City, Fulham and Cardiff City.

The third title was won in 2018 with 100 points and Manchester United became the runners-up with 81 points. The relegated clubs were Swansea City, Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion.

The fourth title was won in 2019 with 98 points and Liverpool became the runners-up with 97 points. Cardiff City, Fulham and Huddersfield Town were the relegated clubs.

The fifth title was won in 2021 with 86 points and Manchester United became the runners-up with 74 points. Fulham, West Bromwich Albion and Sheffield United were the relegated clubs.

The sixth title was won in 2022 with 93 points and Liverpool became the runners-up with 92 points. The relegated clubs were Burnley, Watford and Norwich City.

The seventh title was won in 2023 with 89 points and Arsenal FC became the runners-up with 84 points. The relegated clubs were Leicester City, Leeds United and Southampton.

Manchester City players with EPL title.

CHELSEA FC (5 TITLES)

Chelsea FC is the third leading English Premier League winners with five titles. They are one of the most successful clubs in England with many other trophies.

Their first Premier League title was won in 2005 with 95 points and Arsenal FC became the runners-up with 83 points. The relegated clubs were Crystal Palace, Norwich City and Southampton.

The second title was won in 2006 with 91 points and Manchester United became the runners-up with 83 points. Birmingham City, West Bromwich Albion and Sunderland were the relegated clubs.

The third title was won in 2010 with 86 points and Manchester United became the runners-up with 85 points. The relegated clubs were Burnley, Hull City and Portsmouth.

The fourth title was won in 2015 with 87 points and Manchester City became the runners-up with 79 points. Hull City, Burnley and Queens Park Rangers were the relegated clubs.

The fifth title was won in 2017 with 93 points and Tottenham Hotspur became the runners-up with 86 points. The relegated clubs were Hull City, Middlesbrough and Sunderland.

ARSENAL FC (3 TITLES)

Arsenal FC is the fourth leading English Premier League winners with three titles.

The first title was won in 1998 with 78 points and Manchester United became the runners-up with 77 points. The relegated clubs were Bolton Wanderers, Barnsley and Crystal Palace.

The second title was won in 2002 with 87 points and Liverpool became the runners-up with 80 points. Ipswich Town, Derby Country and Leicester City were the relegated clubs.

The third title was won in 2004 with 90 points and Chelsea FC became the runners-up with 79 points. Leicester City, Leeds United and Wolverhampton Wanderers were the relegated clubs.

BLACKBURN ROVERS (1 TITLE)

Blackburn Rovers has won one title after they have gone for relegation many times. The first title was won in 1995 with 89 points and Manchester United became the runners-up with 88 points. The relegated clubs were Crystal Palace, Norwich City, Leicester City and Ipswich Town.

LEICESTER CITY (1 TITLE)

Leicester City has won one English Premier League title. This title was won in 2006 with 81 points and Arsenal FC became the runners-up with 71 points. The relegated clubs were Newcastle United, Norwich City and Aston Villa.

LIVERPOOL FC (1 TITLE)

Liverpool is currently having one English Premier League title. This title was won in 2020 with 99 points and Manchester City became the runners-up with 81 points. The relegated clubs were Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich City.

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