english football league 1888-2013
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SeasonChampionsn-th titleRunners-upThird placeLeading goalscorerGoals
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1888–89Preston North EndAston VillaWolverhampton WanderersJohn Goodall (Preston North End)21
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1889–90Preston North End2)EvertonBlackburn RoversJimmy Ross (Preston North End)24
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1890–91EvertonPreston North EndNotts CountyJack Southworth (Blackburn Rovers)26
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1891–92SunderlandPreston North EndBolton WanderersJohn Campbell (Sunderland)32
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1892–93Sunderland2)Preston North EndEvertonJohn Campbell (Sunderland)31
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1893–94Aston VillaSunderlandDerby CountyJack Southworth (Everton)27
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1894–95Sunderland3)EvertonAston VillaJohn Campbell (Sunderland)22
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1895–96Aston Villa2)Derby CountyEvertonJohnny Campbell (Aston Villa), Steve Bloomer (Derby County)20
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1896–97Aston Villa3)Sheffield UnitedDerby CountySteve Bloomer (Derby County)22
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1897–98Sheffield UnitedSunderlandWolverhampton WanderersFred Wheldon (Aston Villa)21
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1898–99Aston Villa4)LiverpoolBurnleySteve Bloomer (Derby County)23
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1899–1900Aston Villa5)Sheffield UnitedSunderlandBilly Garraty (Aston Villa)27
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1900–01LiverpoolSunderlandNotts CountySteve Bloomer (Derby County)23
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1901–02Sunderland4)EvertonNewcastle UnitedJimmy Settle (Everton)18
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1902–03The WednesdayAston VillaSunderlandSam Raybould (Liverpool)31
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1903–04The Wednesday2)Manchester CityEvertonSteve Bloomer (Derby County)20
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1904–05Newcastle UnitedEvertonManchester CityArthur Brown (Sheffield United)22
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1905–06Liverpool2)Preston North EndThe WednesdayAlbert Shepherd (Bolton Wanderers)26
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1906–07Newcastle United2)Bristol CityEvertonAlex Young (Everton)30
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1907–08Manchester UnitedAston VillaManchester CityEnoch West (Nottingham Forest)27
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1908–09Newcastle United3)EvertonSunderlandBert Freeman (Everton)38
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1909–10Aston Villa6)LiverpoolBlackburn RoversJack Parkinson (Liverpool)30
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1910–11Manchester United2)Aston VillaSunderlandAlbert Shepherd (Newcastle United)25
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1911–12Blackburn RoversEvertonNewcastle UnitedHarry Hampton (Aston Villa), George Holley (Sunderland),
David McLean (The Wednesday)
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1912–13Sunderland5)Aston VillaThe WednesdayDavid McLean (The Wednesday)30
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1913–14Blackburn Rovers2)Aston VillaMiddlesbroughGeorge Elliot (Middlesbrough)32
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1914–15Everton2)Oldham AthleticBlackburn RoversBobby Parker (Everton)35
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1915/16–1918/19League suspended due to the First World War
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1919–20West Bromwich AlbionBurnleyChelseaFred Morris (West Bromwich Albion)37
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1920–21BurnleyManchester CityBolton WanderersJoe Smith (Bolton Wanderers)38
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1921–22Liverpool3)Tottenham HotspurBurnleyAndy Wilson (Middlesbrough)31
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1922–23Liverpool4)SunderlandHuddersfield TownCharlie Buchan (Sunderland)30
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1923–24Huddersfield TownCardiff CitySunderlandWilf Chadwick (Everton)28
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1924–25Huddersfield Town2)West Bromwich AlbionBolton WanderersFrank Roberts (Manchester City)31
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1925–26Huddersfield Town3)ArsenalSunderlandTed Harper (Blackburn Rovers)43
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1926–27Newcastle United4)Huddersfield TownSunderlandJimmy Trotter (The Wednesday)37
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1927–28Everton3)Huddersfield TownLeicester CityDixie Dean (Everton)60
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1928–29The Wednesday3)Leicester CityAston VillaDave Halliday (Sunderland)43
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1929–30Sheffield Wednesday4)Derby CountyManchester CityVic Watson (West Ham United)41
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1930–31ArsenalAston VillaSheffield WednesdayTom Waring (Aston Villa)49
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1931–32Everton4)ArsenalSheffield WednesdayDixie Dean (Everton)44
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1932–33Arsenal2)Aston VillaSheffield WednesdayJack Bowers (Derby County)35
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1933–34Arsenal3)Huddersfield TownTottenham HotspurJack Bowers (Derby County)34
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1934–35Arsenal4)SunderlandSheffield WednesdayTed Drake (Arsenal)42
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1935–36Sunderland6)Derby CountyHuddersfield TownW. G. Richardson (West Bromwich Albion)39
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1936–37Manchester CityCharlton AthleticArsenalFreddie Steele (Stoke City)33
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1937–38Arsenal5)Wolverhampton WanderersPreston North EndTommy Lawton (Everton)28
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1938–39Everton5)Wolverhampton WanderersCharlton AthleticTommy Lawton (Everton)35
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1939–40League suspended due to the Second World War (Blackpool were top of the table at that time))
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1940/41–1945/46League suspended due to the Second World War
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1946–47Liverpool5)Manchester UnitedWolverhampton WanderersDennis Westcott (Wolverhampton Wanderers)37
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1947–48Arsenal6)Manchester UnitedBurnleyRonnie Rooke (Arsenal)33
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1948–49PortsmouthManchester UnitedDerby CountyWillie Moir (Bolton Wanderers)25
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1949–50Portsmouth2)Wolverhampton WanderersSunderlandDickie Davis (Sunderland)25
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1950–51Tottenham HotspurManchester UnitedBlackpoolStan Mortensen (Blackpool)30
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1951–52Manchester United3)Tottenham HotspurArsenalGeorge Robledo (Newcastle United)33
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1952–53Arsenal7)Preston North EndWolverhampton WanderersCharlie Wayman (Preston North End)24
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1953–54Wolverhampton WanderersWest Bromwich AlbionHuddersfield TownJimmy Glazzard (Huddersfield Town)29
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1954–55ChelseaWolverhampton WanderersPortsmouthRonnie Allen (West Bromwich Albion)27
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1955–56Manchester United4)BlackpoolWolverhampton WanderersNat Lofthouse (Bolton Wanderers)33
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1956–57Manchester United5)Tottenham HotspurPreston North EndJohn Charles (Leeds United)38
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1957–58Wolverhampton Wanderers2)Preston North EndTottenham HotspurBobby Smith (Tottenham Hotspur)36
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1958–59Wolverhampton Wanderers3)Manchester UnitedArsenalJimmy Greaves (Chelsea)33
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1959–60Burnley2)Wolverhampton WanderersTottenham HotspurDennis Viollet (Manchester United)32
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1960–61Tottenham Hotspur2)Sheffield WednesdayWolverhampton WanderersJimmy Greaves (Chelsea)41
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1961–62Ipswich TownBurnleyTottenham HotspurRay Crawford (Ipswich Town), Derek Kevan (West Bromwich Albion)33
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1962–63Everton6)Tottenham HotspurBurnleyJimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur)37
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1963–64Liverpool6)Manchester UnitedEvertonJimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur)35
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1964–65Manchester United6)Leeds UnitedChelseaAndy McEvoy (Blackburn Rovers), Jimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur)29
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1965–66Liverpool7)Leeds UnitedBurnleyWillie Irvine (Burnley)29
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1966–67Manchester United7)Nottingham ForestTottenham HotspurRon Davies (Southampton)37
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1967–68Manchester City2)Manchester UnitedLiverpoolGeorge Best (Manchester United), Ron Davies (Southampton)28
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1968–69Leeds UnitedLiverpoolEvertonJimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur)27
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1969–70Everton7)Leeds UnitedChelseaJeff Astle (West Bromwich Albion)25
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1970–71Arsenal8)Leeds UnitedTottenham HotspurTony Brown (West Bromwich Albion)28
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1971–72Derby CountyLeeds UnitedLiverpoolFrancis Lee (Manchester City)33
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1972–73Liverpool8)ArsenalLeeds UnitedPop Robson (West Ham United)28
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1973–74Leeds United2)LiverpoolDerby CountyMick Channon (Southampton)21
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1974–75Derby County2)LiverpoolIpswich TownMalcolm Macdonald (Newcastle United)21
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1975–76Liverpool9)Queens Park RangersManchester UnitedTed MacDougall (Norwich City)23
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1976–77Liverpool10)Manchester CityIpswich TownMalcolm Macdonald (Arsenal), Andy Gray (Aston Villa)25
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1977–78Nottingham ForestLiverpoolEvertonBob Latchford (Everton)30
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1978–79Liverpool11)Nottingham ForestWest Bromwich AlbionFrank Worthington (Bolton Wanderers)24
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1979–80Liverpool12)Manchester UnitedIpswich TownPhil Boyer (Southampton)23
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1980–81Aston Villa7)Ipswich TownArsenalPeter Withe (Aston Villa), Steve Archibald (Tottenham Hotspur)20
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1981–82 Liverpool13)Ipswich TownManchester UnitedKevin Keegan (Southampton)26
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1982–83Liverpool14)WatfordManchester UnitedLuther Blissett (Watford)27
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1983–84Liverpool15)SouthamptonNottingham ForestIan Rush (Liverpool)32
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1984–85Everton8)LiverpoolTottenham HotspurKerry Dixon (Chelsea), Gary Lineker (Leicester City)24
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1985–86Liverpool16)EvertonWest Ham UnitedGary Lineker (Everton)30
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1986–87Everton9)LiverpoolTottenham HotspurClive Allen (Tottenham Hotspur)33
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1987–88Liverpool17)Manchester UnitedNottingham ForestJohn Aldridge (Liverpool)26
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1988–89Arsenal9)LiverpoolNottingham ForestAlan Smith (Arsenal)23
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1989–90Liverpool18)Aston VillaTottenham HotspurGary Lineker (Tottenham Hotspur)24
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1990–91Arsenal10)LiverpoolCrystal PalaceAlan Smith (Arsenal)22
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1991–92Leeds United3)Manchester UnitedSheffield WednesdayIan Wright (Crystal Palace/Arsenal)29
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1992–93Manchester United8)Aston VillaNorwich CityTeddy Sheringham (Nottingham Forest/Tottenham Hotspur)22
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1993–94Manchester United9)Blackburn RoversNewcastle UnitedAndrew Cole (Newcastle United)34
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1994–95Blackburn Rovers3)Manchester UnitedNottingham ForestAlan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers)34
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