English Premier League Champions

Only seven different teams have won the Premiership since it started. Can you name them all?
Year corresponds to the end of the season
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Year
Champions
2020
Liverpool
2019
Manchester City
2018
Manchester City
2017
Chelsea
2016
Leicester City
2015
Chelsea
2014
Manchester City
2013
Manchester United
2012
Manchester City
2011
Manchester United
Year
Champions
2010
Chelsea
2009
Manchester United
2008
Manchester United
2007
Manchester United
2006
Chelsea
2005
Chelsea
2004
Arsenal
2003
Manchester United
2002
Arsenal
Year
Champions
2001
Manchester United
2000
Manchester United
1999
Manchester United
1998
Arsenal
1997
Manchester United
1996
Manchester United
1995
Blackburn Rovers
1994
Manchester United
1993
Manchester United
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Level 28
Nov 3, 2016
Interesting that only 6 teams have won Premiership
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Level 67
Jul 7, 2020
Currently 7
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Level 71
Nov 4, 2016
As somebody who doesn't know much about football (but still managed 4/6!), I was surprised to not see Liverpool up there
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Level 30
Dec 20, 2016
They won the First Division, not the Premier league.
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Level 28
Dec 20, 2016
SAME!! I am a soccer fan. 5/6. Couldn't spell Liecester right
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Level 67
Dec 20, 2016
Still can't
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Level 77
Dec 20, 2016
@Tragic : #rimshot
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Level 67
Dec 20, 2016
Nah they're awful.
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Level 45
Jan 30, 2020
Bet you're regretting that comment right about now...
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Level 56
Mar 1, 2020
@nichester WATFORD 3-0 LIVERPOOL HAHAHAHA
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Level 48
Mar 4, 2020
@Pacybwoah it's their ONLY loss this season HAHAHAHAAA moron, they're still going to be Prem Champions
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Level 25
Jul 1, 2020
@akbadry, yeah they're prem chmpions now, but they just weren't good enough to be invincibles
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Level 52
Jul 1, 2020
@fireboltninja - Liverpool are better than the Invincibles
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Level 78
Jul 1, 2020
2002-03 Arsenal 23 wins, 9 draws, 6 losses = 78 points (2nd)

2003-04 Arsenal 26 wins, 12 draws, 0 losses = 90 points (1st)

2004-05 Arsenal 25 wins, 8 draws, 5 losses = 83 points (2nd)

Arsenal won the League in 2004 by 11 pts. over Chelsea. They only reached the Champions League quarter-finals once during this stretch, but won the FA Cup twice.

And when Arsenal were "Invincible", it was only the Big Four in the EPL. (Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool & Manchester United)

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Level 78
Jul 1, 2020
2018-19 Liverpool 30 wins, 7 draws, 1 loss = 97 points (2nd)

2019-20 Liverpool 28 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss = 86 points (1st)*

(* with 7 matches still to play)

Liverpool have lost a total of 2 Premier League matches in more than 2 years. And they haven't lost at home in more than 3 years. They lost the Champions League final to begin this run, and then won it. Throw in winning the Super Cup and the Club World Cup in the midst of this run, and I'll take Liverpool.

They currently lead the League by 23 points, the largest lead in its history, and have a chance to demolish the all-time point total for a season.

And now, on top of the Big Four, you have Manchester City swimming in oil money, along with Tottenham, who was good enough to play in the Champions League Final last year.

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Level 48
Jul 1, 2020
@fireboltninja being invincibles would just have been the icing on the cake, they've still smashed a bunch of others records in addition to finally winning the league...the fact they didn't go unbeaten isn't really something to mock considering it's only been done once ever.
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Level 20
May 25, 2020
it's brilliant everyone makes fun of them because they've so close a fair few times.
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Level 68
Jun 28, 2020
Yes they have won now!
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Level 74
Nov 4, 2016
Premiership began in 1992-93. Liverpool last won the league in 1990, their tenth title in 15 seasons.
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Level 73
Nov 11, 2016
2 minutes waaaaay too long for this one.
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Level 25
Jul 5, 2020
yeah, finished with 1:40 left. Would say just under a minute would be enough.
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Level 53
Dec 20, 2016
Finished with 1:44 remaining far too long
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Level 71
Dec 20, 2016
Would be good if you would accept 'Manchester Utd' as a type-in as it is a very common way of writing it. (I realise you already accept Man U.)
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Level 38
Dec 20, 2016
I agree, way too much time. I got them all in 11 seconds
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Level 70
Dec 20, 2016
It may come as a hell of a shock to some jetpunkers but these quizzes are not typing competitions but light knowledge seekers. If you want typing competitions there are plenty to be had on this site.
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Level 24
Dec 20, 2016
Named em in 13 seconds boi
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Level 81
Oct 23, 2019
You go goil.
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Level 64
Jul 4, 2020
I'd give you a cookie but it'd be a waste of a cookie.
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Level 26
Dec 20, 2016
quite easy actually
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Level 48
Dec 20, 2016
I'm guessing some fans take a while to remember Blackburn?
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Level 59
Dec 20, 2016
To quote the old Burnley chant - "If it weren't for bastard Rovers, this would be a paradise". Up the Clarets!!
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Level 63
Dec 20, 2016
Haha. So much for the Premier League being competitive.
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Level 78
Jul 1, 2020
Since 93, different teams winning their leagues.

Premier League Champions (England): 7

La Liga (Spain): 5

Bundesliga (Germany): 6

Ligue 1 (France): 10

Serie A (Italy): 5

So yeah, I would say the Prem is pretty competitive. Especially considering not many teams have repeated as champions consecutively unlike some of these leagues (PSG and Bayern especially). Also, the Prem is fairly unique in its depth as most teams (I would say the top 15) could beat any team on their day. Liverpool's only loss this season? Watford, who were relegation candidates since the beginning and currently sit only one point above the drop.

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Level 82
Sep 11, 2020
Interesting. In comparison, National Football League: 15; Major League Baseball: 15; National Basketball Association: 9; National Hockey League: 15. (Note: both MLB and NHL had a cancelled season in there.) Without getting into the relative merits of particular sports, this may be a factor in why soccer has traditionally had trouble gaining traction in the US.
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Level 56
Jul 6, 2020
Titlewise, I wouldn’t say that this year was very interesting. In general, this year is pretty much as interesting as it gets. Four teams vying for two/three Champions League spots, five teams fighting it out for Europa League spots and five or six teams trying to avoid relegation.
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Level 57
Dec 21, 2016
20 years and only 6 winners...
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Level 43
Dec 23, 2016
Now, now, friends. While liverpool may not be up there right now, it will be in a few months.

The reds will win the prem!

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Level 45
Jan 3, 2017
YNWA
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Level 60
Feb 15, 2019
Yep, GO REDS!!!
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Level 81
Oct 23, 2019
How did that turn out?
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Level 45
Jan 30, 2020
Only 36 months later...

and this comment will be true!

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Level 45
Jun 26, 2020
BOOM! YNWA
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Level 30
Jan 6, 2017
Lol when you type in Man U, half the screen goes green
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Level 24
Jun 2, 2017
RIP Liverpool XD
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Level 48
Sep 21, 2017
yeah, what does that say about the level of competition when only a handful of teams win over a 24 year span.
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Level 42
Jun 18, 2018
You think that's bad then look at the Scottish premiership last 20 years only 2 different winners
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Level 56
Jul 1, 2020
Well, considering that Portugal have a "Big Three" but the league has only been won by two teams since 2003, it could be worse.
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Level 36
Nov 12, 2018
done within 10 seconds easy peasy
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Level 78
May 1, 2019
Leicester City still amazes me. They were given the same pre-season odds of winning as Elvis being found alive that year: 5,000-1. Biggest loss for bookies in British history on a single event with £25 million paid out. One guy was set to win £250,000 on a £50 bet but cashed out early with about 70 grand. Dunno how he feels about that! One woman put a tenner on them as a joke and walked away with 50 grand. Biggest winner I heard was £200,000. Crazy days...
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Level 15
May 12, 2019
2019 - Man city
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Level 23
Jun 27, 2019
I didnt know Blackburn but I randomly guessed a club on first try and got it right XD
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Level 81
Oct 23, 2019
The Blackburn Holes?
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Level 45
Jun 26, 2020
Time for an update. YNWA
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Level 74
Jun 26, 2020
Still not my team in this 'new' league, but oh well. At least we're in the league. Moreover it's not Manchester whatever.
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Level 43
Jun 27, 2020
It feels good to finally have Liverpool on this quiz
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Level 45
Jul 1, 2020
Yep!
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Level 77
Jun 29, 2020
2019/20: Liverpool*
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Level 61
Jul 1, 2020
Should have one featured for the First Division Champions since 1888, not just post '92.. There's a few knocking about I think.
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Level 60
Jul 1, 2020
Whoops. Accidentally typed Tottenham. My bad.
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Level 55
Jul 1, 2020
If only Liverpool hadn't won...
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Level 46
Jul 1, 2020
Liverpool wins again after a 30-year drought. #YNWA
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Level 35
Jul 3, 2020
hate liverpool
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Level 58
Jul 5, 2020
Is there a quiz with all top-flight champions of England, from 1888?
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Level 43
Jul 30, 2020
Finally lets go Liverpool!!