Premier League

List of Premier League Winners With Points And Runners Up Since 1992

European Football Insider presents to you the list of Premier League winners since 1992 with points tally and runner ups. Find the runner ups of all the previous 27 seasons of the Premier League as well.

Premier League Winners Since 1992
Season Runner Up Winner Points
1992/93
Aston Villa
Manchester United
84 pts
1993/94
Blackburn Rovers
Manchester United
92 pts
1994/95
Manchester United
Blackburn Rovers
89 pts
1995/96
Newcastle United
Manchester United
82 pts
1996/97
Newcastle United
Manchester United
75 pts
1997/98
Manchester United
Arsenal
78 pts
1998/99
Arsenal
Manchester United
79 pts
1999/00
Arsenal
Manchester United
91 pts
2000/01
Arsenal
Manchester United
80 pts
2001/02
Liverpool
Arsenal
87 pts
2002/03
Arsenal
Manchester United
83 pts
2003/04
Chelsea
Arsenal
90 pts
2004/05
Arsenal
Chelsea
95 pts
2005/06
Manchester United
Chelsea
91 pts
2006/07
Chelsea
Manchester United
89 pts
2007/08
Chelsea
Manchester United
87 pts
2008/09
Liverpool
Manchester United
90 pts
2009/10
Manchester United
Chelsea
86 pts
2010/11
Chelsea
Manchester United
80 pts
2011/12
Manchester United
Manchester City
89 pts
2012/13
Manchester City
Manchester United
89 pts
2013/14
Liverpool
Manchester City
86 pts
2014/15
Manchester City
Chelsea
87 pts
2015/16
Tottenham
Leicester City
81 pts
2016/17
Tottenham
Chelsea
93 pts
2017/18
Manchester United
Manchester City
100 pts
2018/19
Liverpool
Manchester City
98 pts

Manchester City hold the record for the Premier League Winners with most points (100). However, check out the table below to see who else won the Premier League during the last 28 years.

Teams with most Premier League Titles since 1992

Premier League Winners Since 1992 (Total)
Teams Premier League Titles
Manchester United
13
Chelsea
5
Manchester City
4
Arsenal
3
Blackburn Rovers
1
Leicester City
1

 

Teams With Most Runner Up Finish Since 1992

Most Runner Up Finish By Teams Since 1992
Teams Runner Up Finish
6
Arsenal
5
Liverpool
4
Chelsea
4
Newcastle United
2
Manchester City
2
Tottenham Hotspurs
2
Aston Villa
1
Blackburn Rovers
1

Manchester City – 2018/19

Manager: Pep Guardiola
Top Striker: Sergio Agüero
Best Player: Raheem Sterling

Manchester City continue their domination in the Premier League after clinching back-to-back titles. However, Liverpool came very close to beat Man City as Salah and Mané finished as top scored in the league.

Manchester City – 2017/18

premier league champions man city squad 207/18

Manager: Pep Guardiola
Top Striker: Sergio Agüero
Best Player: Kevin De Bruyne

The playmaker Kevin De Bruyne run the show as Man City became the first ever team to won 100 points in the Premier League. Pep Guardiola wins his first ever Premier League title as going through a tough first season in 2016/17.

Chelsea – 2016/17

Manager: Antonio Conte
Top Striker: Diego Costa
Best Player: N’golo Kanté

Antonio Conte signed N’gola Kanté after the French midfield won the league in previous season at Leicester City. The Italian manager won his first Premier League title in his debut season in the elite English league. Eden Hazard was also a big part of this triumph scoring 16 goals in the Premier League.

Leicester City – 2015/16

leicester city premier league champions 2015/16 squad

Manager: Claudio Ranieri
Top Striker: Jamie Vardy
Best Player: Riyad Mahrez

Dilly Ding Dilly Dong – Claudio Ranieri kept on signing until the end as Leicester City miracle men went on to win the club first ever Premier League title in their 132-year history. Jamie Vardy, Riyad Mahrez and N’golo Kanté were the three instrumental players during the campaign.

Chelsea – 2014/15

Manager: José Mourinho
Top Striker: Diego Costa
Best Player: Eden Hazard

Chelsea reappoints José Mourinho as the Portuguese will manage to win his third Premier League with an electric Eden Hazard and goal poacher Diego Costa. Hazard won three major PFA awards in that season including the PFA Player of the Year award.

Manchester City – 2013/14

Manager: Manuel Pellegrini
Top Striker: Yaya Touré
Best Player: Yaya Touré

Yaya Touré produced an stunning season as the Ivorian midfield scored more goals (20) than his teammate Sergio Agüero (17). However, Luiz Suarez also produced one of his best ever season, ending the season with 31 goals and as PFA Player of the Year.

Manchester United – 2012/13

sir alex ferguson last premier league champions man utd 2012/13 squad

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
Top Striker: Robin Van Persie
Best Player: Robin Van Persie

The Ultimate season of Sir Alex Ferguson as Man United manager ended with a Premier League title. A magical signing in Robin Van Persie helped Man United overcome the Noisy Neighbours Man City as Sir Alex clinch his 13th Premier League title.

Manchester City – 2011/12

Manager: Roberto Mancini
Top Striker: Sergio Agüero
Best Player: Vincent Kompany

The most dramatic season of the Premier League era ended with a Sergio Agüero goal. The Argentine clinched the title for Manchester City in the last seconds against QPR. However, the best player of the Citizien that season was Vincent Kompany. The Belgian even won the Premier League Player of the Year award.

Manchester United – 2010/11

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
Top Striker: Dimitar Berbatov
Best Player: Nemanja Vidic

The Bulgarian striker Dimitar Berbatov best ever season in a Man United shirt saw, the Red Devils clinching another Premier League under Sir Alex Ferguson. However, Nemanja Vidic brilliant performances got him the Premier League Player of the Year award.

Manchester United – 2009/10

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
Top Striker: Wayne Rooney
Best Player: Wayne Rooney

The departure of the mighty Cristiano Ronaldo saw Wayne Rooney explode in front of goals. The English striker scored 26 goals to fire Man United to the Premier League title. Rooney even won the Premier League and PFA Player of the Year award.

Manchester United – 2008/09

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
Top Striker: Cristiano Ronaldo
Best Player: Ryan Giggs

The eleventh Premier League title won by Sir Alex Ferguson‘s Man United. Cristiano Ronaldo ended the season with 19 goals and Ryan Giggs won the PFA Player of the Year award at the age of 35 after a stunning season. Nemanja Vidic won his first Premier League Player of the Year trophy that season.

Manchester United (Treble Winners) – 2007/08

man united premier league champions and treble winners 2007/08 squad

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
Top Striker: Cristiano Ronaldo
Best Player: Cristiano Ronaldo (Ballon d’Or)

Cristiano Ronaldo unrealistic performances saw Sir Alex Ferguson won his tenth Premier League title. Man United went on to do the Treble that they achieved back in 1999. They even won the Club World Cup. Ronaldo ended the season with the Ballon d’Or. He became the fourth Man United player to win that prestigious award after Sir Bobby Charlton, George Best and Denis Law.

Manchester United – 2006/07

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
Top Striker: Cristiano Ronaldo
Best Player: Cristiano Ronaldo

The rising of Cristiano Ronaldo in a Man United shirt started in this season. Ronaldo scored 17 goals in the league just one more than teammate Wayne Rooney (16). He also won several individual awards including PFA Player of the Year and FWA Footballer of the Year accolades.

Chelsea – 2005/06

Manager: José Mourinho
Top Striker: Frank Lampard
Best Player: John Terry

José Mourinho clinch his second Premier League title as Chelsea became Premier League champions for second time in two years following the arrival of the Portuguese. Frank Lampard was the best scorer of Chelsea that season with 16 goals. However, Thierry Henry won most of the individual trophies after an stunning season at Arsenal.

Chelsea – 2004/05

jose mourinho chelsea squad 2004/05 premier league champions

Manager: José Mourinho
Top Striker: Frank Lampard
Best Player: Frank Lampard

José Mourinho inaugural season in the Premier League saw him clinching his first title in England. Frank Lampard brillance during the season saw him winning PFA Fans’ Player of the Year and FWA Footballer of the Year accolades. John Terry won the PFA Player of the Year award.

Arsenal (The Invincibles) – 2003/04

the invincibles arsenal premier league champions squad 2003/04

Manager: Arsène Wenger
Top Striker: Thierry Henry
Best Player: Thierry Henry

Arsène Wenger third Premier League title at the helm of Arsenal. Thierry Henry unstoppable during that season goes on to score 30 goals in the league. The French striker will also win the PFA Player of the Year and FWA Football of the Year awards.

Manchester United – 2002/03

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
Top Striker: Ruud Van Nistelrooy
Best Player: Ruud Van Nistelrooy

Sir Alex Ferguson regain the Premier League title from rival Arsène Wenger‘s Arsenal as Ruud Van Nistelrooy 25 goals helped Man United become champions. The Dutch striker was also voted Premier League Player of the Season. Paul Scholes also had a fantastic season which saw him being in the Team of the Season, the only Man United player to do so.

Arsenal – 2001/02

Manager: Arsène Wenger
Top Striker: Thierry Henry
Best Player: Thierry Henry

Arsène Wenger‘s Arsenal team clinch the Premier League title at Old Trafford in that season. Arsenal did the double by winning the FA Cup which saw Mr. Wenger signed a new four year deal at the club. The French sensation Thierry Henry continue to score crazy goals getting 24 in that season.

Manchester United – 2000/01

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
Top Striker: Teddy Sheringham
Best Player: Teddy Sheringham

Three in a row by Manchester United. Sir Alex Ferguson became the first ever manager to win three Premier League titles on the trot. Teddy Sheringham ended the season with 15 goals scored. Ryan Giggs and David Beckham tormented the defenses during the season.

Manchester United – 1999/00

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
Top Striker: Dwight Yorke
Best Player: Andy Cole & Dwight Yorke

Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole still going strong similarly to previous season as both respectively scored 20 and 19 goals in the league. The lethal partnership upfront help Man United clinch their sixth Premier League title. They will eventually become the first English club to win the Club World Cup.

Manchester United (Quadruple Winners ) – 1998/99

premier league treble champions man united 1999 squad

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
Top Striker: Dwight Yorke
Best Player: Andy Cole & Dwight Yorke

The Treble Winners – Manchester United became the first ever English club to win all three major trophies in one season. Solskjaer, Sheringham, Beckham, Giggs, Scholes and the list goes on, a team full of world class players dominated Europe managed by Sir Alex Ferguson.

Arsenal FC – 1997/98

premier league champions arsenal fc 1997/98 squad

Manager: Arsène Wenger
Top Striker: Dennis Bergkamp
Best Player: Dennis Bergkamp

Arsenal managed by Arsène Wenger defeated Sir Alex Ferguson’s Man United to clinch the Premier League title. Dennis Bergkamp was at his primed best as he finished as Arsenal top striker in the league. He was even voted PFA Players Player of the Year.

Manchester United – 1996/97

premier league champions man united 1996/97 squad

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
Top Striker: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Best Player: David Beckham

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer scored 18 times to help Man United clinch the Premier League by only 75 points. David Beckham ended the season with the PFA Young Player of the Year trophy.

Manchester United – 1995/96

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
Top Striker: Eric Cantona
Best Player: Eric Cantona

Eric Cantona returned after 9 months of suspension to lead Man United to the Premier League triumph. The ‘King’ Eric scored 19 goals in all competitions. In this season, Manchester City were relegated to the second division.

Blackburn Rovers – 1994/95

premier league champions blackburn rovers 1994/95 squad

Manager: Kenny Dalglish
Top Striker: Alan Shearer
Best Player: Alan Shearer

Blackburn Rovers surprised English football as they won the Premier League ahead of Man United. Alan Shearer was instrumental during all the season grabbing 34 goals in 1994/95 season. The last time Blackburn Rovers won the league it was in 1913/14 season.

Manchester United – 1993/94

premier league champions man utd 1993/94 team

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
Top Striker: Eric Cantona
Best Player: Eric Cantona

Eric Cantona make it three in a row as he managed to win the Premier League with Leeds United in 1991/92. The ‘King’ Eric played a big part in Sir Alex Ferguson‘s side retaining the title. Man United became the first team to retain the Premier League title.

Manchester United – 1992/93

premier league champions man united 1992/93 squad

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
Top Striker: Eric Cantona
Best Player: Eric Cantona

Manchester United successfully manage to win the first ever Premier League title as Mark Hughes and Eric Cantona helped Sir Alex Ferguson’s side to win the league. The inaugural season of the Premier League saw Alex Ferguson’s Man United become first ever winners of this elite league.

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