England - List of Second Division Champions

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Football League Division Two Champions 1893-1915

1893   Small Heath (now Birmingham City)
1894   Liverpool
1895   Bury
1896   Liverpool
1897   Notts County
1898   Burnley
1899   Manchester City
1900   The Wednesday (now Sheffield Wednesday)
1901   Grimsby Town
1902   West Bromwich Albion
1903   Manchester City
1904   Preston North End
1905   Liverpool
1906   Bristol City
1907   Nottingham Forest
1908   Bradford City
1909   Bolton Wanderers
1910   Manchester City
1911   West Bromwich Albion
1912   Derby County
1913   Preston North End
1914   Notts County
1915   Derby County

Index| Summary 1893| Champions 1920


Football League Division Two Champions 1920-39

1920   Tottenham Hotspur
1921   Birmingham (now Birmingham City)
1922   Nottingham Forest
1923   Notts County
1924   Leeds United
1925   Leicester City
1926   The Wednesday (now Sheffield Wednesday)
1927   Middlesbrough
1928   Manchester City
1929   Middlesbrough
1930   Blackpool
1931   Everton
1932   Wolverhampton Wanderers
1933   Stoke City
1934   Grimsby Town
1935   Brentford
1936   Manchester United
1937   Leicester City
1938   Aston Villa
1939   Blackburn Rovers

Index| Champions 1889| Champions 1947| Summary 1889| War 1940


Summary 1893-1939 (43 championships)

4  Manchester City
3  Liverpool, Notts County
2  West Bromwich Albion, Preston North End, Derby County, 
   Small Heath/Birmingham, Nottingham Forest, The Wednesday, 
   Middlesbrough, Grimsby Town, Leicester City
1  Bury, Burnley, Bristol City, Bradford City, Bolton Wanderers, 
   Tottenham Hotspur, Leeds United, Blackpool, Everton, Wolverhampton 
   Wanderers, Stoke City, Brentford, Manchester United, Aston Villa,
   Blackburn Rovers

Index| Champions 1920| Champions 1947


Football League Division Two Champions 1947-1992

1947   Manchester City
1948   Birmingham City
1949   Fulham
1950   Tottenham Hotspur
1951   Preston North End
1952   Sheffield Wednesday
1953   Sheffield United
1954   Leicester City
1955   Birmingham City
1956   Sheffield Wednesday
1957   Leicester City
1958   West Ham United
1959   Sheffield Wednesday
1960   Aston Villa
1961   Ipswich Town
1962   Liverpool
1963   Stoke City
1964   Leeds United
1965   Newcastle United
1966   Manchester City
1967   Coventry City
1968   Ipswich Town
1969   Derby County
1970   Huddersfield Town
1971   Leicester City
1972   Norwich City
1973   Burnley
1974   Middlesbrough
1975   Manchester United
1976   Sunderland
1977   Wolverhampton Wanderers
1978   Bolton Wanderers
1979   Crystal Palace
1980   Leicester City
1981   West Ham United
1982   Luton Town
1983   Queen's Park Rangers
1984   Chelsea
1985   Oxford United
1986   Norwich City
1987   Derby County
1988   Millwall
1989   Chelsea
1990   Leeds United
1991   Oldham Athletic
1992   Ipswich Town

Index| Champions 1920| Champions 1993| Summary 1947


Football League Division One Champions 1993-2014

In 1992 the 22 Division One clubs resigned en masse from the Football League and formed the FA Premier League. At the end of the 1991-92 season promotion and relegation took place as normal between Div 1 and Div 2 and the 22 clubs which would have formed Div 1 of the Football League for season 1992-93 became the founder members of the new FA Premier League. Consequently the remaining divisions of the Football League were renumbered and Division Two became Division One. In 2004 the second level league was renamed Championship, with the third level becoming Division One.

Division One
1993   Newcastle United
1994   Crystal Palace
1995   Middlesbrough
1996   Sunderland
1997   Bolton Wanderers
1998   Nottingham Forest
1999   Sunderland
2000   Charlton Athletic
2001   Fulham
2002   Manchester City
2003   Portsmouth
2004   Norwich City
Championship
2005   Sunderland
2006   Reading
2007   Sunderland
2008   West Bromwich Albion
2009   Wolverhampton Wanderers
2010   Newcastle United
2011   Queen's Park Rangers
2012   Reading
2013   Cardiff City
2014   Leicester City

Index| Champions 1947| Summary 1947


Summary 1947-2014 (68 championships)

5  Sunderland, Leicester City
3  Sheffield Wednesday, Ipswich Town, Manchester City, Norwich City,
   Newcastle United
2  Birmingham City, West Ham United, Derby County, Chelsea, Leeds United,
   Crystal Palace, Middlesbrough, Bolton Wanderers, Wolverhampton Wanderers,
   Queen's Park Rangers, Reading
1  Fulham, Tottenham Hostpur, Preston North End, Sheffield United, 
   Aston Villa, Liverpool, Stoke City, Coventry City, Huddersfield Town,
   Burnley, Manchester United, Luton Town, Oxford United, Millwall,
   Oldham Athletic, Nottingham Forest, Charlton Athletic, Fulham,
   Portsmouth, West Bromwich Albion, Cardiff City

Index| Champions 1993| Overall summary


Summary 1893-2014 (111 championships)

7  Manchester City, Leicester City
5  The Wednesday/Sheffield Wednesday, Sunderland
4  Small Heath/Birmingham/Birmingham City, Liverpool, Derby County,
   Middlesbrough
3  Notts County, Preston North End, Ipswich Town, Leeds United, 
   Bolton Wanderers, Nottingham Forest, Norwich City, 
   West Bromwich Albion, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Newcastle United
2  Grimsby Town, Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa, Stoke City, Burnley,
   Manchester United, West Ham United, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Fulham,
   Queen's Park Rangers, Reading
1  Bury, Bristol City, Bradford City, Blackpool, Everton, Brentford, 
   Blackburn Rovers, Sheffield United, Coventry City, Huddersfield Town,
   Luton Town, Oxford United, Millwall, Oldham Athletic, Charlton Athletic,
   Portsmouth, Cardiff City

Index| Champions 1893| Champions 1993


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