Top-7 Most Titled English Football Clubs


The English Premier League is the strongest and most attractive league for fans. The TV rights for broadcasting EPL matches alone are worth about 2 billion pounds, and that’s just in England, not counting the revenue from broadcasts in other countries. Today, we will talk about the top-7 most titled football clubs in England.



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7. Everton – 24 trophies


– 9 championships

– 5 FA Cups

– 9 English Super Cups

– 1 Cup Winners’ Cup


Everton is one of the two top clubs in Liverpool, founded in 1878. The “Toffees” received their first trophy in the 1890/91 season, becoming English champions. The golden era for the team is considered the 1960s, when Everton was managed by Harry Catterick. The coach led the team from 1961 to 1970, and during this period the “Toffees” won the English Championship twice, the FA Cup once, and the English Super Cup twice.


Another coach who brought Everton a significant number of trophies was Howard Kendall. He first joined the team in the 1981/82 season and spent 6 years as the head coach of the “Toffees”. During this time, the coach won the FA Cup, two championships, and three Super Cups with Everton. In addition, Kendall led the team to its only European trophy – the Cup Winners’ Cup in the 1984/85 season.


6. Tottenham Hotspur – 24 trophies


– 2 championships

– 8 FA Cups

– 4 League Cups

– 7 English Super Cups

– 2 UEFA Cups

– 1 Cup Winners’ Cup


Tottenham Hotspur is a London football club, founded in 1882. “Spurs” have not won trophies for a long time: their last achievement was the English League Cup in 2008.


Tottenham has only won the national championship title twice in the seasons 1950/51 and 1960/61, but won the FA Cup a total of 8 times, second only to Arsenal and Manchester United in their number.


The only coach who managed to reach heights in the international arena with “Spurs” was Bill Nicholson, who led the team from 1958 to 1974. First, in the 1962/63 season, he took the Cup Winners’ Cup, and then in the 1971/72 season, he led Tottenham to victory in the first UEFA Cup tournament. After that, the closest “Spurs” came to success in Europe was in the 2018/19 season. Then they reached the Champions League final, where they lost to Liverpool with a score of 0:2.


5. Manchester City – 29 trophies


– 8 championships

– 6 FA Cups

– 8 League Cups

– 6 English Super Cups

– 1 Cup Winners’ Cup


Manchester City is experiencing its golden age and competes with Liverpool for the title of the strongest team in England. After the club was acquired by owners from the UAE in 2008, the “Citizens” regularly won trophies. From 2011 to 2022, they won an incredible 17 titles: 6 championships, 2 FA Cups, 6 League Cups, and 6 Super Cups.


Interestingly, the only European trophy “City” received was in 1970, winning the Cup Winners’ Cup. The main goal for Manchester City’s management in recent years is to win the Champions League, but so far Pep Guardiola stops a step away from the trophy.


In 2021, Manchester City reached the final but lost minimally to Chelsea, and last season, leading by 2 goals in the semifinal against Real Madrid, they managed to concede twice in the last minutes and lost in extra time. Perhaps the recent purchase of one of the most expensive footballers in the world will help Manchester City change the situation.


4. Chelsea – 32 trophies


– 6 championships

– 8 FA Cups

– 5 League Cups

– 4 English Super Cups

– 2 Champions Leagues

– 2 UEFA Super Cups

– 2 Europa Leagues

– 2 Cup Winners’ Cups

– 1 FIFA Club World Cup


Chelsea was founded in 1905, making it the youngest club in our top list. The club’s heyday came at the beginning of the 2000s when it was acquired by Roman Abramovich. The businessman spared no expense on the club, wisely investing in new players and infrastructure. In total, the “Blues” have received 23 trophies in the 21st century. Recently, Abramovich sold the club, so it will be very interesting to watch how the story of Chelsea develops further.


The “Pensioners” perform successfully both within England and on the international stage. Over the last decade, they have won 2 Champions Leagues, 2 Europa Leagues, and once became the winners of the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup.


3. Arsenal – 47 trophies


– 13 championships

– 14 FA Cups

– 2 League Cups

– 16 English Super Cups

– 1 Cup Winners’ Cup

– 1 Fairs Cup


Arsenal was founded in 1886, and received its first trophy in 1930, winning the FA Cup. In the next season 1931/32, the “Gunners” won their first national championship title.


The last championship victory for Arsenal was celebrated in the 2003/04 season. Then, under the management of Arsene Wenger, the team confidently won the title, not losing a single match in the tournament. The last trophy for the “Gunners” was the English Super Cup in 2020.


On the international stage, Arsenal does not perform as successfully. The team’s collection includes only 1 Cup Winners’ Cup and 1 Fairs Cup. In the 21st century, Arsenal played once in the Champions League final and twice in the Europa League final but lost in all three matches.


The match between Arsenal and Manchester United is one of the top-4 most high-scoring matches in the history of the EPL (8:2).


2. Liverpool – 66 trophies


– 19 championships

– 8 FA Cups

– 9 League Cups

– 16 English Super Cups

– 4 European Cups

– 2 Champions Leagues

– 4 UEFA Super Cups

– 3 UEFA Cups

– 1 FIFA Club World Cup


The second most titled club in England is Liverpool, with 66 trophies to its name. The last title “Merseysiders” won in July 2022, defeating Manchester City in the match for the English Super Cup.


The golden time for Liverpool is associated with two coaches – Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley. Shankly led the team from 1959 to 1966, after which he was replaced by Paisley, who was the coach of the “Reds” until 1983. Together, these mentors brought Liverpool 29 trophies, including 11 championship titles, 2 FA Cups, 3 League Cups, and 9 English Super Cups.


Liverpool has won more often than other English teams on the European level. The last trophy for the “Merseysiders” at the international level – Champions League and UEFA Super Cup in 2019. In the 2021/22 season, the “Reds” were close to winning again but fell short.


1. Manchester United – 67 trophies


– 20 championships

– 12 FA Cups

– 6 League Cups

– 21 English Super Cups

– 1 European Cup

– 2 Champions Leagues

– 1 UEFA Super Cup

– 1 Cup Winners’ Cup

– 1 Europa League

– 1 Intercontinental Cup

– 1 FIFA Club World Cup


Thanks to the victory in the League Cup 2022/23, Manchester United is the most titled club in England. Before this last triumph, the “Red Devils” celebrated victory in the Europa League in 2017.


The greatest successes of the club were achieved under the management of Alex Ferguson, who led the team from 1986 to 2013. The coach won 38 titles with the “Reds”, including 13 EPL titles and 2 Champions Leagues. Read more about Alex Ferguson’s biography.


After Ferguson left the post of head coach, Manchester United immediately went into decline. Over the last almost 10 years, the club has won only 6 trophies: 1 FA Cup, 2 League Cups, 2 English Super Cups, and won the Europa League.


With the arrival of Erik ten Hag as head coach, the results of Manchester United have improved. In the 2022/23 season, they still have chances to win the FA Cup and the Europa League, which could increase their lead in trophies from their nearest competitor, as Liverpool has no chance of winning any title this season.





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