Liverpool Premier League Truimph, Where Are The Reds Ranked In The List Of English Most Successful Clubs

Jurgen Klopp’s side were officially declared Premier League 2019-20 champions on Thursday night after Chelsea’s defeat of Manchester City. The German gaffer has steered the Reds to their first title win in over three decades.

Where does this feat rank Liverpool in the list of England’s most successful clubs??

=18. Leicester City – Four trophies – League x1, League Cup x3

Portsmouth – Four trophies – League x2, FA Cup x2
Portsmouth’s last major triumph saw them lift the FA Cup in 2008

Preston North End – Four trophies – League x2, FA Cup x2
Preston last won the FA Cup in 1938

Sheffield United – Five trophies – League x1, FA Cup x4

West Brom – Seven trophies – League x1, League Cup x1, FA Cup x5

Leeds United – Seven trophies – League x3, FA Cup x1, League Cup x1, Inter-Cities Fairs Cup x2. Leeds won the last ever First Division championship in 1992 before the creation of the Premier League

Sheffield Wednesday – Eight trophies – League x4, FA Cup x3, League Cup x1

Sunderland – Eight trophies – League x6, FA Cup x2

Nottingham Forest – Nine trophies – League x1, FA Cup x2, League Cup x4, European Cup x2

Wolverhampton Wanderers – Nine trophies – League x3, FA Cup x4, League Cup x2
Wolves’ last FA Cup triumph came in 1960

10. Blackburn Rovers – Ten trophies – League x3, League Cup x1, FA Cup x6
Blackburn won the Premier League in the 1994/95 season

Newcastle United – 11 trophies – League x4, FA Cup x6, Inter-Cities Fairs Cup x1

Everton – 15 trophies – League x9, FA Cup x5, European Cup Winners’ Cup x1
Everton beat Manchester United in the 1995 FA Cup final in the Toffees’ last major honor

Tottenham Hotspur – 17 major trophies – League x2, FA Cup x8, League Cup x4, European Cup Winners’ Cup x1, UEFA Cup x2
Tottenham’s last honor saw them win the League Cup in 2008

Manchester City – 20 trophies – League x6, FA Cup x6, League Cup x7, European Cup Winners’ Cup x1

Aston Villa – 20 trophies – League x7, FA Cup x7, League Cup x5, European Cup x1
Villa won the European Cup in 1982 when they defeated Bayern Munich

Chelsea – 24 trophies – League x6, FA Cup x8, League Cup x5, European Cup x1, Cup Winners’ Cup x2, UEFA Cup/Europa League x2

Arsenal – 30 trophies – League x13, FA Cup x13, League Cup x2, Inter-Cities Fairs Cup x1, European Cup Winners’ Cup x1

Manchester United – 42 trophies – League x20, FA Cup x12, League Cup x5, European Cup x3, Cup Winners’ Cup x1, UEFA Cup/Europa League x1

Liverpool – 43 trophies – League x19, League Cup x8, FA Cup x7, European Cup x6, UEFA Cup/Europa League x3
Jurgen Klopp led Liverpool to their first trophy in seven years with the Champions League – now they are Premier League champions too

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