See a complete list of Premier League Champions. Manchester City are the 2018/19 English Football Champions. This was their sixth championship title. Manchester United is the most decorated team in English Football League with twenty Championship titles.
- The English football champions are the winners of the highest league in English football, which is currently the Premier League.
- The first ball kicked in the Premier League was on August 15, 1992.
- Seasons run from August to May, with teams playing 38 matches each, totaling 380 matches in the season.
- The Premier League is currently sponsored by Barclays Bank and therefore officially known as the Barclays Premier League.
- The Premier League is one of Football’s most watched leagues and the most lucrative in terms of revenue – attracting the top players from all over the world.
The Premier League Champions are:
(number of titles)
|2018-19||Manchester City (6)||Liverpool|
|2017-18||Manchester City (5)||Manchester United<|
|2016-17||Chelsea (6)||Tottenham Hotspur|
|2014-15||Chelsea (5)||Manchester City|
|2012-13||Manchester United (20)||Manchester City|
|2011-12||Manchester City (3)||Manchester United|
|2010-11||Manchester United (19)||Chelsea|
|2009–10||Chelsea (4)||Manchester United|
|2008–09||Manchester United (18)||Liverpool|
|2007–08||Manchester United (17)||Chelsea|
|2006–07||Manchester United (16)||Chelsea|
|2005–06||Chelsea (3)||Manchester United|
|2002–03||Manchester United (15)||Arsenal|
|2000–01||Manchester United (14)||Arsenal|
|1999–00||Manchester United (13)||Arsenal|
|1998–99||Manchester United (12)||Arsenal|
|1997–98||Arsenal (11)||Manchester United|
|1996–97||Manchester United (11)||Newcastle United|
|1995–96||Manchester United (10)||Newcastle United|
|1994–95||Blackburn Rovers (3)||Manchester United|
|1993–94||Manchester United (9)||Blackburn Rovers|
|1992–93||Manchester United (8)||Aston Villa|