English Cities With Multiple Football Teams

Can you guess the cities and towns in England that have multiple teams in the Premier League and Football League?
When you guess the city/town, the clubs will appear
Quiz by clivey
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Last updated: October 21, 2020
First submittedDecember 8, 2015
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Teams
City
12
Arsenal, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Fulham, Tottenham Hotspur,
West Ham United, Brentford, Millwall, Queens Park Rangers,
AFC Wimbledon, Charlton Athletic, Leyton Orient
London
2
Aston Villa, Birmingham
Birmingham
2
Bristol City, Bristol Rovers
Bristol
2
Everton, Liverpool
Liverpool
2
Manchester City, Manchester United
Manchester
2
Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield
2
Stoke City, Port Vale
Stoke
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Level 59
Dec 8, 2015
You missed Stoke-on-Trent, home of Stoke City & Port Vale.
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Level 62
Dec 10, 2015
Thanks Roger, completely forgot! Added.
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Level 46
Apr 12, 2016
Damn you Roger! The only one I didn't get :(
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Level 59
Dec 8, 2015
Also please give credit to Redbridge.
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Level 1
Mar 22, 2016
easy
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Level 62
Mar 22, 2016
Thanks for taking it Max. I have some other football quizes on my page if you'd like to try them, just click my name.
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Level 83
Oct 24, 2020
Sometimes easy is nice! It's pretty rare that I get 100% correct on a sports quiz! Feeling proud of myself, even though I really just named major English cities.
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Level 38
Dec 15, 2016
I'm Australian and I probably know more about the Premier League than England itself (hence my account name). I officially apologise that I repeatedly tried Chelsea, Everton and Aston Villa
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Level 31
Apr 11, 2020
Are newcaslte and sunderland really different places - always just associated them together. I guess a sunderland fan wouldnt like me saying that
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Level 76
Oct 21, 2020
Yes! Relatively close, but very distinct
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Level 65
Oct 22, 2020
Very close together geographically, not too dissimilar culturally but you'd risk a stabbing if you were to conflate the two in front of a Magpies supporter or a Black Cats supporter.
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Level 43
Mar 28, 2021
You got that right.
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Level 58
Apr 6, 2021
About 10 miles between the two city centres. They are not part of the same single conurbation.
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Level 48
Aug 10, 2020
I don't think I've yet been this proud to get full marks. Stoke FTW!!!
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Level 80
Oct 21, 2020
Woohoo! 100% without knowing anything about English football. Just guessed all of the big cities in England.
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Level 73
Oct 21, 2020
Missing Nottingham - County and Forest
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Level 62
Oct 21, 2020
Took them off as Notts County are now playing a 2nd season in the National League unfortunately.
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Level 73
Oct 21, 2020
Apologies for not reading the question carefully enough
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Level 51
Nov 1, 2020
I tried Nottingham as well.
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Level 87
Oct 21, 2020
Always thought Tranmere was in Liverpool. Looked it up, close but not quite.
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Level 65
Oct 22, 2020
Aren't West Brom in Birmingham?
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Level 58
Oct 22, 2020
They're in West Bromwich.
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Level 78
Oct 26, 2020
Both places are insulted by the suggestion! Birmingham and West Brom (in the Black Country) may have merged into each other physically, but remain different places with different dialects that have a strong rivalry.
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Level 37
Oct 22, 2020
best team in there BRISTOL CITY COYR
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Level 46
Nov 2, 2020
utg
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Level 67
Nov 1, 2020
If I knew how, I'd do a similar one for Scotland.
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Level 80
Nov 1, 2020
If you were to consider Greater Manchester like Greater London, then there would be other clubs such as Oldham, Rochdale, Salford and Bolton.
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Level 57
Nov 1, 2020
But then you'd have to say Wolves, West Brom, Walsall and Coventry are in with Villa and Blues, and with Sheffield you'd have to include Barnsley, Donny and Rotherham. Leeds/Bradford/Huddersfield, etc.

OTOH I don't think it's really sensible to say you have to play in City of London to be a London team. Would be a short list

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Level 52
Nov 1, 2020
Great quiz. Glory glory Man United, as the reds go marching on!
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Level 46
Nov 2, 2020
Up the Gunners :)
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Level 70
Nov 3, 2020
League Champions of EPL: Manchester United (13 times), Chelsea (5), Manchester City (4), Arsenal (3), Blackburn Rovers, Leicester City and Liverpool (1):
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Level 62
Nov 4, 2020
I'm hoping my club join the 1 timers club this year, but I'll leave you guessing on who :)
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Level 49
Jan 8, 2021
Tottenham? I'm a spurs supporter. OOH maybe Southampton!
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Level 53
Feb 21, 2021
just wondering where is nottingham? (notts county and nottingham forest)

if theyre not in the football league my bad

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Level 62
Feb 22, 2021
Yeah Notts County are now playing a second season in the National League. They got relegated in 2019, and lost to NL play off final last year to Harrogate, going ok for now this year though.
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Level 53
Mar 13, 2021
cool thanks

great quiz tho

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Level 22
Mar 17, 2021
great quiz but manchester actually have 3 clubs (salford city)
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Level 62
Mar 18, 2021
Thanks! I'm not counting Greater Manchester though, just the City of Manchester, and Salford is it's own city. Otherwise we'd have Wigan, Oldham, Rochdale, Bolton. And I'm local enough to know a Salfordian doesn't want to be known as a Manc.