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See Winners of English Premier League Sinnce 1892

The English Premier League, EPL is one of the most watched and followed football leagues in the world. The league and it's clubs have fans all over the world. Formed in 1992, when 20 clubs broke away from the Football League, 24 clubs have won the English Premier League title. Manchester United has the highest number of titles, and the 2019-2020 delayed league has already been won by Liverpool FC.

Here are the winners of the title since 1992, and all the winners of English top flight leagues, since1892. The arrangement is in the order of season, winners and top scorer(s).

PREMIER LEAGUE (1992–present).

1992–93

Manchester United

Teddy Sheringham (Nottingham Forest/Tottenham)

1993–94

Manchester United (9)

Andy Cole (Newcastle United)

1994–95

Blackburn Rovers

Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers).

1995–96

Manchester United

Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers)

1996–97

Manchester United

Alan Shearer (Newcastle United).

1997–98

Arsenal

Chris Sutton (Blackburn Rovers).

Dion Dublin (Coventry City)

Michael Owen (Liverpool).

1998–99

Manchester United

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Leeds United)

Michael Owen (Liverpool)

Dwight Yorke (Manchester United)

1999–2000

Manchester United

Kevin Phillips (Sunderland).

2000–01

Manchester United

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Chelsea).

2001–02

Arsenal

Thierry Henry (Arsenal).

2002–03

Manchester United

Ruud van Nistelrooy (Manchester United).

2003–04

Arsenal

Thierry Henry (Arsenal).

2004–05

Chelsea

Thierry Henry (Arsenal).

2005–06

Chelsea

Thierry Henry (Arsenal).

2006–07

Manchester United

Didier Drogba (Chelsea).

2007–08

Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United).

2008–09

Manchester United

Nicolas Anelka (Chelsea).

2009–10

Chelsea

Didier Drogba (Chelsea).

2010–11

Manchester United

Dimitar Berbatov (Manchester United).

Carlos Tevez (Manchester City).

2011–12

Manchester City

Robin van Persie (Arsenal).

2012–13

Manchester United

Robin van Persie (Manchester United).

2013–14

Manchester City

Luis Suárez (Liverpool).

2014–15

Chelsea

Sergio Agüero (Manchester City).

2015–16

Leicester City

Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur).

2016–17

Chelsea.

Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur).

2017–18

Manchester City

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool).

2018–19

Manchester City

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal)

Sadio Mané (Liverpool)

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool).

2019–20

Liverpool.

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FOOTBALL LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION (1892 - 1992).

1892–93

Sunderland

John Campbell (Sunderland).

1893–94

Aston Villa

Jack Southworth (Everton).

1894–95

Sunderland.

John Campbell (Sunderland).

1895–96

Aston Villa

Johnny Campbell (Aston Villa).

Steve Bloomer (Derby County)..

1896–97

Aston Villa.

Steve Bloomer (Derby County).

1897–98

Sheffield United

Fred Wheldon (Aston Villa).

1898–99

Aston Villa

Steve Bloomer (Derby County).

1899–1900

Aston Villa.

Billy Garraty (Aston Villa).

1900–01

Liverpool

Steve Bloomer (Derby County).

1901–02

Sunderland

Jimmy Settle (Everton).

1902–03

The Wednesday

Sam Raybould (Liverpool).

1903–04

The Wednesday.

Steve Bloomer (Derby County).

1904–05

Newcastle United

Arthur Brown (Sheffield United).

1905–06

Liverpool

Albert Shepherd (Bolton Wanderers).

1906–07

Newcastle United

Alex Young (Everton).

1907–08

Manchester United

Enoch West (Nottingham Forest).

1908–09

Newcastle United

Bert Freeman (Everton)

1909–10

Aston Villa

Jack Parkinson (Liverpool).

1910–11

Manchester United

Albert Shepherd (Newcastle United).

1911–12

Blackburn Rovers

Harry Hampton (Aston Villa)

George Holley (Sunderland)

David McLean (The Wednesday).

1912–13

Sunderland

David McLean (The Wednesday).

1913–14

Blackburn Rovers

George Elliot (Middlesbrough).

1914–15

Everton

Bobby Parker (Everton).

1915/16–1918/19

League was suspended owing to the First World War

1919–20

West Bromwich Albion

Fred Morris (West Bromwich Albion).

1920–21

Burnley

Joe Smith (Bolton Wanderers).

1921–22

Liverpool

Andy Wilson (Middlesbrough).

1922–23

Liverpool.

Charlie Buchan (Sunderland).

1923–24

Huddersfield Town

Wilf Chadwick (Everton).

1924–25

Huddersfield Town

Frank Roberts (Manchester City).

1925–26

Huddersfield Town.

Ted Harper (Blackburn Rovers).

1926–27

Newcastle United

1927–28

Everton

Dixie Dean (Everton).

1928–29

The Wednesday

Dave Halliday (Sunderland).

1929–30

Sheffield Wednesday

Vic Watson (West Ham United).

1930–31

Arsenal

Tom Waring (Aston Villa).

1931–32

Everton

Dixie Dean (Everton).

1932–33

Arsenal

Jack Bowers (Derby County).

1933–34

Arsenal

Jack Bowers (Derby County).

1934–35

Arsenal

Ted Drake (Arsenal).

1935–36

Sunderland

W. G. Richardson (West Bromwich Albion).

1936–37

Manchester City

Freddie Steele (Stoke City).

1937–38

Arsenal

Tommy Lawton (Everton).

1938–39

Everton

Tommy Lawton (Everton).

1939/40 –1945/46

League suspended due to the Second World War

1946–47

Liverpool

Dennis Westcott (Wolverhampton Wanderers).

1947–48

Arsenal

Ronnie Rooke (Arsenal).

1948–49

Portsmouth

Willie Moir (Bolton Wanderers).

1949–50

Portsmouth.

Dickie Davis (Sunderland).

1950–51

Tottenham Hotspur

Stan Mortensen (Blackpool).

1951–52

Manchester United

George Robledo (Newcastle United).

1952–53

Arsenal

Charlie Wayman (Preston North End).

1953–54

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Jimmy Glazzard (Huddersfield Town).

1954–55

Chelsea

Ronnie Allen (West Bromwich Albion).

1955–56

Manchester United

Nat Lofthouse (Bolton Wanderers).

1956–57

Manchester United

John Charles (Leeds United).

1957–58

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Bobby Smith (Tottenham Hotspur).

1958–59

Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Jimmy Greaves (Chelsea).

1959–60

Burnley

Dennis Viollet (Manchester United).

1960–61

Tottenham Hotspur

Jimmy Greaves (Chelsea).

1961–62

Ipswich Town

Ray Crawford (Ipswich Town)

Derek Kevan (West Bromwich Albion).

1962–63

Everton

Jimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur).

1963–64

Liverpool

Jimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur).

1964–65

Manchester United

Andy McEvoy (Blackburn Rovers)

Jimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur).

1965–66

Liverpool

Willie Irvine (Burnley).

1966–67

Manchester United

Ron Davies (Southampton).

1967–68

Manchester City

George Best (Manchester United).

Ron Davies (Southampton).

1968–69

Leeds United

Jimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur).

1969–70

Everton

Jeff Astle (West Bromwich Albion).

1970–71

Arsenal

Tony Brown (West Bromwich Albion).

1971–72

Derby County

Francis Lee (Manchester City).

1972–73

Liverpool

Pop Robson (West Ham United).

1973–74

Leeds United

Mick Channon (Southampton).

1974–75

Derby County

Malcolm Macdonald (Newcastle United).

1975–76

Liverpool

Ted MacDougall (Norwich City).

1976–77

Liverpool

Malcolm Macdonald (Arsenal).

Andy Gray (Aston Villa).

1977–78

Nottingham Forest

Bob Latchford (Everton).

1978–79

Liverpool

Frank Worthington (Bolton Wanderers).

1979–80

Liverpool

Phil Boyer (Southampton).

1980–81

Aston Villa

Peter Withe (Aston Villa)

Steve Archibald (Tottenham Hotspur).

1981–82

Liverpool

Kevin Keegan (Southampton).

1982–83

Liverpool

Luther Blissett (Watford).

1983–84

Liverpool

Ian Rush (Liverpool).

1984–85

Everton

Kerry Dixon (Chelsea).

Gary Lineker (Leicester City).

1985–86

Liverpool

Gary Lineker (Everton).

1986–87

Everton

Clive Allen (Tottenham Hotspur).

1987–88

Liverpool

John Aldridge (Liverpool).

1988–89

Arsenal

Alan Smith (Arsenal).

1989–90

Liverpool

Gary Lineker (Tottenham Hotspur).

1990–91

Arsenal

Alan Smith (Arsenal).

1991 - 1992

Leads United

Ian Wright (Crystal Palace/Arsenal).

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