Premier League champions (and beyond)

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Liverpool became the seventh club to be crowned Premier League champions, though the Reds collected a whole lot of English top-flight silverware before this season’s romp to the top.

The Reds’ 19 trophies are second only to Manchester United, who won 13 of their 20 in the time between Liverpool’s 1990 crown and today.

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Jurgen Klopp’s men will join a distinguished list and put Liverpool one win behind United for Premier League champions.

How far do you have to go to get to your club? One year? Four? Seventy-three?

Premier League Era (1992-93 season to present)

2020: Liverpool
2019: Manchester City
2018: Manchester City
2017: Chelsea
2016: Leicester City
2015: Chelsea
2014: Manchester City
2013: Manchester United
2012: Manchester City
2011: Manchester United
2010: Chelsea
2009: Manchester United
2008: Manchester United
2007: Manchester United
2006: Chelsea
2005: Chelsea
2004: Arsenal
2003: Manchester United
2002: Arsenal
2001: Manchester United
2000: Manchester United
1999: Manchester United
1998: Arsenal
1997: Manchester United
1996: Manchester United
1995: Blackburn Rovers
1994: Manchester United
1993: Manchester United

English football champions
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – MAY 3: Bryan Robson and Steve Bruce of Manchester United were the first Premier League winners in 1992-93. (Photo by John Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images)

Football League First Division Era (1892-93 to 1991-92)

1992: Leeds United
1991: Arsenal
1990: Liverpool
1989: Arsenal
1988: Liverpool
1987: Everton
1986: Liverpool
1985: Everton
1984: Liverpool
1983: Liverpool
1982: Liverpool
1981: Aston Villa
1980: Liverpool
1979: Liverpool
1978: Nottingham Forest
1977: Liverpool
1976: Liverpool
1975: Derby County
1974: Leeds United
1973: Liverpool
1972: Derby County
1971: Arsenal
1970: Everton
1969: Leeds United
1968: Manchester City
1967: Manchester United
1966: Liverpool
1965: Manchester United
1964: Liverpool
1963: Everton
1962: Ipswich Town
1961: Tottenham Hotspur
1960: Burnley
1959: Wolves
1958: Wolves
1957: Manchester United
1956: Manchester United
1955: Chelsea
1954: Wolves
1953: Arsenal
1952: Manchester United
1951: Tottenham Hotspur
1950: Portsmouth
1949: Portsmouth
1948: Arsenal
1947: Liverpool
1940-46: League suspended due to World War II
1939: Everton
1938: Arsenal
1937: Manchester City
1936: Sunderland
1935: Arsenal
1934: Arsenal
1933: Arsenal
1932: Everton
1931: Arsenal
1930: Sheffield Wednesday
1929: The Wednesday
1928: Everton
1927: Newcastle United
1926: Huddersfield Town
1925: Huddersfield Town
1924: Huddersfield Town
1923: Liverpool
1922: Liverpool
1921: Burnley
1920: West Bromwich Albion
1916-19: League suspended due to World War I
1915: Everton
1914: Blackburn Rovers
1913: Sunderland
1912: Blackburn Rovers
1911: Manchester United
1910: Aston Villa
1909: Newcastle United
1908: Manchester United
1907: Newcastle United
1906: Liverpool
1905: Newcastle United
1904: The Wednesday
1903: The Wednesday
1902: Sunderland
1901: Liverpool
1900: Aston Villa
1899: Aston Villa
1898: Sheffield United
1897: Aston Villa
1896: Aston Villa
1895: Sunderland
1894: Aston Villa
1893: Sunderland

Football League era

1892: Sunderland
1891: Everton
1890: Preston North End
1889: Preston North End

English football champions
1889 Preston North End Football Club — Back row; Mills, Roberts, Graham, Holmes, Russell, Howarth, Drummond. Front row; Thompson, Dewhurst, Goodall, Ross, Gordon. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)