Top 10 most successful football clubs in England

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One of the most heated debates among English Premier League fans is which club has been England’s best over the years.

While most people enjoy expressing their opinions when discussing such topics, you must consider the facts and figures.

Here’s a look at England’s most successful clubs, as well as their total market value.

With over 7.9 billion people on the planet, the majority watch English football. The country has several teams, each with varying levels of success. Here are some of the most successful football clubs in England’s history.

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Who is the most successful football club in England’s history as of 2024?

The number of trophies won by a soccer team is a crucial factor in determining its ranking. Most of the top teams around the world typically compete in the English Premier League.

1. Liverpool FC (70 trophies): The “Reds” hold the top spot, having secured an impressive 6 European Cups (Champions League), 19 League Titles, and 8 FA Cups, among other accolades.

2. Manchester United FC (67 trophies): Nicknamed “The Red Devils,” Manchester United closely follows Liverpool, boasting 3 Premier League titles since the new format began in 1992, along with 20 League Titles and 3 FA Cups in the pre-Premier League era.

3. Arsenal FC (48 trophies): Often referred to as “The Gunners,” Arsenal holds the record for the most FA Cup wins (14) and has secured 13 League Titles.

4. Chelsea FC (34 trophies): Nicknamed “The Blues,” Chelsea has risen to prominence in recent years, claiming 5 Premier League titles, 2 Champions League trophies, and 8 FA Cups.

5. Manchester City FC (34 trophies): Another Manchester powerhouse, “The Citizens” have dominated the Premier League in recent years, winning 6 titles since 2011, in addition to 6 FA Cups and 1 League Cup.

6. Tottenham Hotspur FC (26 trophies): Often dubbed “Spurs,” the North London club boasts 2 FA Cups and 2 League Cups, alongside a rich history and passionate fanbase.

7. Aston Villa FC (25 trophies): Nicknamed “The Villans,” Aston Villa holds the distinction of being the only non-league club to win the European Cup (1982), along with 7 FA Cup victories.

8. Everton FC (24 trophies): “The Toffees” have secured 9 FA Cups, 5 League Titles, and 1 European Cup Winners’ Cup throughout their long and distinguished history.

9. Newcastle United FC (14 trophies): “The Magpies” boast 4 FA Cups and 6 League Titles, with a dedicated fanbase hoping to see the club return to its former glory.

10. Nottingham Forest FC (13 trophies): Nicknamed “The Reds,” Nottingham Forest surprisingly holds the distinction of having won 2 European Cups (1979, 1980) alongside 1 League Title and 2 League Cups.

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