Blackburn Rovers celebrate winning the Premier League
Spurs win Britain's first major European honour in 1963
Newcastle United's last major trophy won - the 1955 FA Cup
Pre-WWII English Trophy Winners
Stats 1872-1939
Stats showing the FA Cup winners and League Champions combined up to season 1938-39.
Post-WWII English Trophy Winners
Stats 1946-2017
FA Cup, League Champions, League Cup and European trophy winners stats from 1946 to 2017.
All-Time English Trophy Winners
Stats 1872-2017
Table combining the two previous charts to give a definitive list of the English major trophy winners.
Last Major Trophy Won Stats
The last time each English club last won a major trophy - the League Championship, the FA Cup,
the League Cup or a major European honour.
Dennis Bergkamp signed by Arsenal for a British record fee in 1995
British Football Transfer Records
From Willie Groves' move from West Bromwich Albion to Aston Villa in 1893 to Paul Pogba's move from Juventus to Manchester United in 2016
Aston Villa winners of the 1887 FA Cup

The modern global game of Football was first codified in 1863 in London. The impetus for this was to unify English public school and university football games.

There is evidence for refereed, team football games being played in English schools since at least 1581.

The modern passing game is believed to have been innovated in London and England is home to the oldest football clubs in the world (dating from at least 1857), the world's oldest competition (the FA Cup founded in 1871) and the first ever association Football League (1888).

For these reasons England is considered the home of the game of football.

The Football League Cup was added in 1960 and together with the FA Cup and the League Championship, these three competitions make-up the major English domestic honours.

This section combines these competitions, as well as the major European trophies, to give a concise overview of the success of English clubs during the pre- and post-war years.

General footbal statistics relating to English domestic football are also included in this section. The British Football Transfers Records table lists every new player transfer record from 1904 to date.

Details about the various English League Football Player of the Year awards can be found in it's own dedicated table, which also includes the European an FIFA World Player of the Year awards.

The Football Association Community Shield (formerly and colloquially known as the Charity Shield) is an English association football trophy contested in an annual match between the champions of the FA Premier League and the winners of the FA Cup. It is equivalent to the Super Cups found in many countries. The Shield was first played for in 1908-09, replacing the Sheriff of London Charity Shield that had been introduced in 1898-99.

The match is contested at the beginning of the following season, and has traditionally been played at Wembley Stadium, although it was played at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales while Wembley was being rebuilt.

If a team wins The Double (both the Premiership and the FA Cup), then the Double winner plays the Premier League runner-up.
Generally speaking, Charity/Community Shield wins are not usually counted in a team's major honours list although in many foreign countries the "Super Cup" is.

The Watney Cup was a pre-season competition for the two highest goalscorers in each of the four Divisions of the Football League. It had many innovative features and ran from 1970 to 1973.

The Texaco Cup was a competition which brought together clubs from England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland and ran from 1970-71 to 1974-75. It was open to teams who failed to qualify for any of the three major UEFA tournaments. English clubs won all 5 editions.

British clubs have a fine record in the Major European competitions and teams from England have won Europe's top prize - the European Cup/Champions League 12 times over the years. The last English team to reach a major European Final were Chelsea, who won the 2011-12 UEFA Champions League.
Liverpool are England's undisputed Cup specialists with 14 Domestic trophies
Domestic Cup Performance Stats
Table combining the last 32 in both the
FA Cup and League Cup
Paul Gascoigne - Young Player of the Year award winner in 1988
Footballer of the Year Awards
Table detailing the Football Writer's Association
and Professional Football Association Player
of the Year Awards with PFA Young Player of
the Year, European & World Players of the Years.

English Domestic Football Records & Statistics 1872 to 2017

Leeds United celebrate their Charity Shield win over Manchester City in 1969
FA Charity Shield Matches Stats 1908-2017
Table detailing the FA Charity (Community) Shield matches from 1908 to 2017. The traditional curtain-raiser to the new season, it is usually contested between the League and FA Cup winners.
1982 Charity Shield programme for Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur
FA Charity Shield Order of Merit Stats
Table detailing the teams who have won or shared the Charity Shield from 1908-2017. Wins are not usually counted towards a club's major honours.
Wolves celebrate winning the Championship in 2009
Total League Championships Won Stats
Table showing the total number of League Championships won by clubs in all four flights
of  English League Football from season
1888-89 to 2016-17
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British Football Clubs in Europe
Table recording every British club who has
reached the Semi-Finals of all the Major
European Club Trophies from 1955-56 to 2017-18
Tottenham Hotspur celebrate their second UEFA Cup trophy
Players from English Clubs at FIFA
World Cup Finals 1950 to 2014
Complete table of all 64 English clubs who
have supplied the 907 players to 59 Nations at
FIFA World Cup Finals from 1950 to 2014.
Serbia's Nemanja Vidić - Manchester United have supplied more players to FIFA World Cup Finals than any other club
English Community Shield tickets on sale
Manchester United - the current English Premier League Champions
Last Top Flight Championship Won
Stats showing the last Top Flight
Championships won in chronological order
from season 1888-89 to 2016-17
Gary Lineker was the highest Top Flight goalscorer for three different clubs
Top Flight Highest Goalscorers Season
by Season Stats 1888-89 to 2016-17
Stats of every highest goalscoer in the Top Flight
of English Football from 1888-89 to 2016-17
Texaco Cup: Hearts v Wolves
Texaco Cup1970-71 to 1974-75
A competition which ran for five seasons and featured clubs from England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland.
Derby County's Dave Mackay with the Watney Cup
Watney Cup 1970 to 1973
An innovative sponsored pre-season competition which was held from 1970 to 1973 and featured
the two highest goalscoring teams from each
of the four Divisions of League Football
Post-WWII English Top Flight
Table 1946-2017
Table detailing the points won in the top flight after the Second World War from 1946-47 to 2016-17
Leeds United First Division Champions 1968-69
Sir Alex Ferguson - the most successful manager in the history of English League Football
Top Flight Winning Managers Season
by Season Stats 1888-89 to 2016-17
Stats of every winning manager in the Top Flight
of English Football from 1888-89 to 2016-17
Liverpool's Bill Shankly
All-Time English Trophy
Winning Managers 1872-2017
Combined English Domestic Trophies from all
122 Winning Managers from 1871-72 to 2016-17
Sir Bobby Robson
Football Personalities Honours List
List of Football Personalities who have received Orders, Decorations and Medals of the United Kingdom.
Goal of the Season Awards
1970-71 to 2016-17
The Goal of the Season is an annual competition and award given on BBC's Match of the Day for the most spectacular goal scored that season.
2010–11 Goal of the Season scored by Wayne Rooney for Manchester United against Manchester City
Walsall celebrate promotion
Total League Promotions & Relegations
1888-89 to 2016-17
Table detailing the total number of promotions and relegations since the founding of the Football League in season 1888-89 to season 2016-17
Johnstones Paint Trophy
Football League Trophy
1983-84 to 2016-17
The Football League Trophy is a knockout cup competition in organised by and named after The Football League.
The competition was first played in 1983–84.
Combined FA Trophy & Football
League Trophy Finals
Order of Merit for the 80 different clubs which have reached the Finals of the FA Trophy and Football League Trophy from 1969-70 to 2016-17
FA Trophy Finals
FA Trophy Finals
1969-70 to 2016-17
The FA Trophy is a cup competition run by and named after the English Football Association and competed for primarily by semi-professional teams.
Combined FA Trophy & Football League Trophy Order of Merit
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FA Vase Finals
1974-75 to 2016-17
The Football Association Challenge Vase is an annual football competition for teams playing below Step 4 of the English National League System
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Rankings for the Top 358 Clubs in English League & Non-League Football
The top 358 clubs ranked by their end of
season 2012-13 League positions
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English Football Pyramid System
Detailed chart showing the set-up of the first 10 levels of the English Football Pyramid System of Leagues for professional, semi-professional
and amateur football.
English Football Pyramid System

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