Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea are deemed as England’s three most successful clubs, respectively. Chelsea has undergone a dramatic transformation since Roman Abramovich took control and their trophy count has skyrocketed since.
Manchester United have amassed an incredible 20 Premier League titles and six Champions League wins to their name, even surpassing Liverpool in terms of total trophies won. But their rich heritage and dedicated fanbase ensure they remain one of England’s premier clubs.
Sir Matt Busby revived the team following the Munich air disaster and won both FA Cup and League titles during 1963 and 1964 respectively. Two years later, they brought Wembley – beating Benfica 2-1 – its inaugural European trophy victory.
The Red Devils scored an unprecedented 97 points that season to claim their maiden Premier League championship. Additionally, they won more home games and recorded the highest points per game average during any campaign; their away losses totalled just two; this marked one of the lowest totals seen by any title winner ever.
Manchester United remains England’s most successful team since Sir Alex Ferguson retired, boasting an unparalleled winning streak dating all the way back to when the Premier League first began and an extensive history in this competition.
Chelsea have experienced success under Abramovich, winning both the League and FA Cup double during his era, while becoming the first British club ever to achieve the UEFA treble.
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Arsenal have won more top-flight titles in England than any other club, including five league championships. Furthermore, they hold the record for longest unbeaten league run in top flight history at 49 games.
Players have used last season’s Champions League disappointment as motivation to launch into this year with renewed vigor, producing an intense and united squad.
Their success has inspired other English clubs to improve their game and take on the Big Four, leading to increased competition in the Premier League and raising the quality of football played across England.
Liverpool FC was established in 1892 and quickly rose to become one of the world’s most acclaimed clubs, becoming world champion multiple times over its 117 year history. Famous for their all-red home kit and iconic “You’ll Never Walk Alone” anthem, Liverpool has also experienced two devastating stadium disasters over time: Heysel Stadium tragedy of 1985 and Hillsborough disaster in 1989.
Chelsea Invincibles were the only team ever to claim full season dominance of the English Premier League since its introduction.
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Newcastle United have been one of the leading clubs since their establishment in 1892, winning four League championships and six FA Cups along with various other trophies such as Inter-Cities Fairs Cup and two Texaco Cups.
“The Magpies” are one of the premier league’s most beloved teams, boasting both an extensive fan base and impressive revenue. Additionally, their owners are known to use their financial muscle on transfer market deals – this trend will likely continue with Miguel Almiron joining as manager.
Everton are well known for their long and distinguished history in English football. Over five league championships from 1925-1939 thanks to Dixie Dean’s goalscoring brilliance, Everton won five league championships overall.
Everton were revived to success under Howard Kendall in the early 1980s and have never finished outside the top four since. Their passionate fanbase makes Everton one of the most loved clubs among English football supporters.
Though Southampton finished only fifth this season in the Premier League table, their consistent performances and ability to produce talented young players earn them a place on this list. Their strong fanbase deserves recognition as well for all they bring to competition.
Manchester United have not lost their winning ways since Sir Alex Ferguson left, boasting an impressive array of silverware. They have won three league championships as well as the Champions League, Club World Cup and Uefa Super Cup twice each.
The Owls have won four League and three FA Cup championships since World War II. In 1961-62 they came second place behind Tottenham for their highest post-war finish of second.
Throughout the 1920s, Yorkshire club struggled to stay above relegation until an impressive late surge enabled them to remain in Division 1.
Wednesday still managed to finish sixth despite disappointing results during 2015-16 and improve their league standing for five consecutive years. Season 2016-17 ended on an unpleasant note as Huddersfield Town defeated Wednesday in the promotion playoff final.