Football records and statistics in England

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This article concerns football records in England. Unless otherwise stated, records are taken from the Football League or Premier League. Where a different record exists for the top flight (Football League First Division 1888–1992, and Premier League 1992–present), this is also given.

Contents

National team

League

Records in this section refer to the English Football Pyramid

Titles

Top-flight appearances

Representation

Wins

Draws

Losses

Points

Games without a win

Goals

Scorelines

Disciplinary

Both players came on as a substitute and elbowed/pushed an opponent before the game had been restarted.

Transfers

Individual

Appearances

Goals

FA Cup

Final

Team

Individual

All rounds

League Cup

Final

All rounds

FA Charity / Community Shield

Final

All competitions

Attendance records

List of English record competition winners

These tables list the clubs that have won honours an English record number of times. It lists all international competitions organised by UEFA and FIFA as well as competitions organised by the English governing bodies the English Football League, the Premier League, and The Football Association.

Ongoing competitions

English record winners of all ongoing competitions
CompetitionRecord club(s)Total winsMost recentNotes
English champions Manchester United 20 2013 [47]
FA Cup Arsenal 14 2020 [48]
EFL Cup Liverpool and Manchester City 8 2021 [49]
FA Community Shield Manchester United 21 2016 [50]
UEFA Champions League Liverpool 6 2019 [51]
UEFA Europa League Liverpool 3 2001 [52]
UEFA Super Cup Liverpool 4 2019 [53]
FIFA Club World Cup Liverpool and Manchester United 1 2019 [54]

Discontinued competitions

This table follows the elite criteria above. It also includes any competitions that were not directly run by the governing bodies but were precursors to such competitions. Note Inter-City Fair Cup was replaced with UEFA cup and Intercontinental Cup was replaced with FIFA Club World Cup.

English record winners of discontinued competitions
CompetitionRecord club(s)Total winsMost recentNotes
Full Members Cup Chelsea and Nottingham Forest 2 1992 [55]
Football League Centenary Trophy Arsenal 1 1988 [56]
Sheriff of London Charity Shield Arsenal 4 1965 [50]
Football League Super Cup Liverpool 1 1986
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Chelsea 2 1998 [57]
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Leeds United 2 1971 [58]
Intercontinental Cup Manchester United 1 1999

Managers

Footnotes

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