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Who is the Best Team in England History?

Ranking the greatest teams in English history can be difficult; however, factors like fan base, major trophies won and recent successes all play an integral part.

Manchester United are unrivaled in England’s Premier League, boasting more than 30 competitive titles to their name.

Aston Villa

Villa quickly established themselves as one of England’s premier teams prior to the creation of the Premier League with their multiple league and FA Cup victories in this period. Howard Spencer won both titles simultaneously during 1904-05, alongside Joe Bache and Harry Hampton – and helped propel them forward.

Villa’s turnaround was remarkable after being relegated from the top division in 1924 and being forced down to second tier football for the first time ever in 1945, under former player Alex Massie’s guidance via playoffs.

Villa’s rise to prominence during the 1980s can be traced to their manager Ron Saunders, who led them to First Division title glory in 1981-82 and European Cup victory during that same year. These successes established Villa as one of English football’s premier clubs.


Tottenham is one of the most decorated English football clubs, boasting 26 trophies to their name over time: seven Premier League titles, seven FA Cups, four Football League cups and three Community shields.

One of the key milestones of their success has come since the 2000s, when they started challenging for the title on an ongoing basis. Their current owners have invested significantly into the club as well, yielding strong commercial revenues and trophy hauls as a result of these efforts.

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North London club Arsenal reached their pinnacle of performance in 2019, when they reached the Champions League final, only to lose to Liverpool. That has put pressure on chairman Daniel Levy to find a manager capable of leading them back into contention; proven trophy winners such as Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte have tried and failed, so Levy has hired former Australia national team coach Ange Postecoglou who may offer more expansive play.

Manchester United

United were the first English club to claim both titles after World War One. United won both League and FA Cup championships during this first postwar campaign, becoming the first English club ever to achieve such an achievement.

But the following season, in which Best, Law and Charlton won their European crown at Wembley Stadium, they stumbled to fourth place and exited both League Cup and FA Cup semi-finals prematurely.

But Sir Alex Ferguson quickly restored United’s domestic dominance, making them England’s most successful club ever. They won 20 Premier League titles and 11 FA Cup trophies; Liverpool were next, followed by Arsenal (who held onto most league titles), then Chelsea since Roman Abramovich took control.


Arsenal have long been one of England’s most successful clubs since the 1930s, winning five league championships and multiple domestic cup victories as well as over 30 European competitions (two Champions League and three Europa League cups).

Chelsea’s fourth place finish on this list can be largely attributed to Roman Abramovich’s investment, when they went from winning just one league title and three FA Cup trophies under previous ownership to seven, nine, eight plus European trophies (Cliff Bastin, Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henry being among their key players at that time).

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Middlesbrough are well known for their success during the late 90s and early 2000s, winning multiple Premier League titles and featuring iconic players like Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. Unfortunately, however, since 2010, their fortunes have suffered dramatically and they currently sit sixth on the table.


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