Top 5 Greatest Football Clubs in the History of Premier League


English Premier League (The Football Association Premier League Limited) is the top tier of English football. It is so famous, that even people who aren’t interested in football have heard about this pinnacle of football in England and its notable football clubs, especially the  “big six” English football clubs (Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham Hotspur).

Not to talk about football fans, who are eager to place bets on their favorite English Premier League football teams, while betting mobile. The English Premier League is also undoubtedly one of the most influential and richest football leagues in the world. It is also the world’s most-watched football league.

The English Premier League was formed in 1992 by several football clubs in the Football League First Division. The previous name of the league was Barclays Premier League.

1992 was the start of a new era in the history of football. This time the attendance was recorded as low, and the biggest football clubs in the country decided to become commercial enterprises and establish a new independent league.

Since 1992 there were more than 40 clubs that have been playing in the EPL, but only seven of them have managed to win the title and have shown up in all the seasons. Let’s take a deep look at the Premier League’s history and its most successful and famous football clubs. Here are our top 5 greatest English Premier League football clubs according to their goals and titles statistics and performance. And these are the clubs that have never been relegated since the foundation of the EPL.

Manchester United

Manchester United is undoubtedly the most famous football club in the EPL and has won, nearly half of the titles in the past 30  seasons. Based in Old Trafford (Manchester) and founded in 1878, Manchester United Football Club has won over 10 premier league titles and 3 UEFA champions league titles and has always provided very good results.

That’s interesting, but Manchester United Football Club originally had a different name. In the year of its foundation, and it was back in 1878, the newly formed soccer team was called Newton Heath. Later the club was renamed Manchester United and took red color as the main color of the club. Manchester United also won 3 Champions Cups and 1 victory in the UEFA Europa League. In 1999 and 2008 the club took the Champions Cup and in 2017 Europa League. Manchester United was also the football club that won three titles in a row and even broke several records.


Based in Merseyside, Liverpool Liverpool Football Club’s historical rival of MU, Liverpool has won 35 trophies. The team has earned 19 English championships and seven FA Cups. Liverpool won the Champions League in 2005 and 2019 and won the UEFA Cup in 2001. In total, the team has won 6 Champions Cups and this is the 3rd result among European teams. The Reds have also won three UEFA cups.


Based in Islington, London Arsenal Football Club has won 13 APL titles and as many as 14 FA Cups (a record figure). Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, Dennis Bergkamp, and Frank Lampard were the best combo of all time. Since its founding in 1886, it has spent most of its history in the Major Divisions, holding the record for the most seasons in a row, starting in 1919. 

It is considered that the victory in the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in 1994 is the highest achievement of the Canaries on the European stage. The first serious success of the club dates back to the thirties of last century, when Arsenal managed to win the first FA Cup in its history, and then, within eight years, made five championships and won two more FA Cups.


Founded in 1905, Chelsea is still one of the top 10 Clubs in the Premier League. Another London club is among the most decorated in England. The APL matches involving Chelsea gather many spectators. Interest in this team does not decrease over the past 10 years. This is the reigning winner of the Champions Cup. A total of 6 champion titles and 8 victories in the FA Cup are under the belt of the Chelsea

Manchester City

Manchester City Football Club was founded in 1880 in Manchester.  Its first official name was St. Mark’s, and it become Manchester City only in 1894. has won 7 champion titles and 6 FA Cups. No victories in the Champions League and UEFA Europa League. Yes, the lion’s share of wins is in the 2010s.

Tottenham Hotspur

This EPL football club has won two championships and eight FA Cups.  Londoners have also won 2 UEFA Cups. In total it turned out 10 trophies. The club was formed in 1882 by a community of boys from Hotspur Cricket Club and the boys of the local grammar school. The new team was called Hotspur FC. The renaming to Tottenham Hotspur took place in 1884. Three years later, Spurs played their first North London derby against Arsenal, but the match was interrupted after fifteen minutes because of the alleged darkness.

The club received professional status in 1885, but could not break into the professional soccer league until 1908.  Among the brightest players of Spurs were Jimmy Greaves, Glenn Hoddle, Paul Gascoigne, Gary Lineker, Danny Blanchflower, and Dave Mackay

Premier League history is not long but has already brought many exciting moments to football fans and given the world football many renowned and notable footballers and teams. And the brand of EPL is stronger than ever before.

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