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2021/2022 Liverpool FC

2020/2021 Leicester City

2019–20 Arsenal
2018–19 Manchester City
2017–18 Chelsea
2016–17 Arsenal
2015–16 Manchester United
2014–15 Arsenal
2013–14 Arsenal
2012–13 Wigan Athletic
2011–12 Chelsea
2010–11 Manchester City
2009–10 Chelsea
2008–09 Chelsea
2007–08 Portsmouth
2006–07 Chelsea
2005–06 Liverpool
2004–05 Arsenal
2003–04 Manchester United
2002–03 Arsenal
2001–02 Arsenal
2000–01 Liverpool
1999–2000 Chelsea
1998–99 Manchester United
1997–98 Arsenal
1996–97 Chelsea
1995–96 Manchester United
1994–95 Everton
1993–94 Manchester United
1992–93 Arsenal
1991–92 Liverpool
1990–91 Tottenham Hotspur
1989–90 Manchester United
1988–89 Liverpool
1987–88 Wimbledon
1986–87 Coventry City
1985–86 Liverpool
1984–85 Manchester United
1983–84 Everton
1982–83 Manchester United
1981–82 Tottenham Hotspur
1980–81 Tottenham Hotspur
1979–80 West Ham United
1978–79 Arsenal
1977–78 Ipswich Town
1976–77 Manchester United
1975–76 Southampton
1974–75 West Ham United
1973–74 Liverpool
1972–73 Sunderland
1971–72 Leeds United
1970–71 Arsenal
1969–70 Chelsea
1968–69 Manchester City
1967–68 West Bromwich Albion
1966–67 Tottenham Hotspur
1965–66 Everton
1964–65 Liverpool
1963–64 West Ham United
1962–63 Manchester United
1961–62 Tottenham Hotspur
1960–61 Tottenham Hotspur
1959–60 Wolverhampton Wanderers
1958–59 Nottingham Forest
1957–58 Bolton Wanderers
1956–57 Aston Villa
1955–56 Manchester City
1954–55 Newcastle United
1953–54 West Bromwich Albion
1952–53 Blackpool
1951–52 Newcastle United
1950–51 Newcastle United
1949–50 Arsenal
1948–49 Wolverhampton Wanderers
1947–48 Manchester United
1946–47 Charlton Athletic
1945–46 Derby County
1938–39 Portsmouth
1937–38 Preston North End
1936–37 Sunderland
1935–36 Arsenal
1934–35 Sheffield Wednesday
1933–34 Manchester City
1932–33 Everton
1931–32 Newcastle United
1930–31 West Bromwich Albion
1929–30 Arsenal
1928–29 Bolton Wanderers
1927–28 Blackburn Rovers
1926–27 Cardiff City
1925–26 Bolton Wanderers
1924–25 Sheffield United
1923–24 Newcastle United
1922–23 Bolton Wanderers
1921–22 Huddersfield Town
1920–21 Tottenham Hotspur
1919–20 Aston Villa
1914–15 Sheffield United
1913–14 Burnley
1912–13 Aston Villa
1911–12 Barnsley
1910–11 Bradford City
1909–10 Newcastle United
1908–09 Manchester United
1907–08 Wolverhampton Wanderers
1906–07 The Wednesday
1905–06 Everton
1904–05 Aston Villa
1903–04 Manchester United
1902–03 Bury
1901–02 Sheffield United
1900–01 Tottenham Hotspur
1899–1900 Bury
1898–99 Sheffield United
1897–98 Nottingham Forest
1896–97 Aston Villa
1895–96 The Wednesday
1894–95 Aston Villa
1893–94 Notts County
1892–93 Wolverhampton Wanderers
1891–92 West Bromwich Albion
1890–91 Blackburn Rovers
1889–90 Blackburn Rovers
1888–89 Preston North End
1887–88 West Bromwich Albion
1886–87 Aston Villa
1885–86 Blackburn Rovers
1884–85 Blackburn Rovers
1883–84 Blackburn Rovers
1882–83 Blackburn Olympic
1881–82 Old Etonians
1880–81 Old Carthusians
1879–80 Clapham Rovers
1878–79 Old Etonians
1877–78 Wanderers
1876–77 Wanderers
1875–76 Wanderers
1875–76 Wanderers
1874–75 Royal Engineers
1873–74 Oxford University
1872–73 Wanderers
1871–72 Wanderers



Most successful teams in the English FA Cup

1. Arsenal 14

2. Manchester United 12

3. Chelsea 8

4. Tottenham Hotspur 8

5. Liverpool 8

6. Aston Villa 7

7. Newcastle United 6

8. Manchester City 6

9. Blackburn Rovers 6

10. Everton FC 5

11. West Bromwich Albion 5

12. Wanderers 5



Titles: 14
Runners 7

Arsenal is the most successful football club in the history of the English FA Cup, with over 14 titles.

How did Arsenal become significant in the nation’s most prominent football competitions outside the Premier League?

French manager Arsène Wenger also contributed to the club’s victorious outing in the FA Cup, guiding his side to a record seven FA Cup titles, becoming the most successful manager in the competition’s history.


Manchester United

Titles 12
Runners up: 8

Manchester United is the second most successful team in the history of the English FA Cup, with 12 titles. The Red Devils are two titles shy of Arsenal who lead the all-time winner’s list with over 14 titles most of which were achieved from the late 20th century into the 21st century.




Titles 8
Runners up: 8


Chelsea is the third most successful team on the list, with over eight titles won in its history as a football club. The London blue emerged victorious in 1970, winning its first national title.


Tottenham Hotspur

Titles 8
Runners up 1

Tottenham Hotspur is the fourth most successful team with eight titles.


Liverpool FC

Titles 8
Runners up 7

Liverpool is also another top side with eight titles won its history. The club won its first trophy in 1965, losing its last final in 2012. The last time Liverpool won the FA Cup was in 2006.


Aston Villa

Titles 7
Runners up 4

Aston Villa has also won seven English FA Cup titles most of which were achieved in the early years of the competition.


Newcastle United

Titles 6
Runners up 7.

Newcastle United have won a total of Six English FA Cup titles.


Manchester City

Titles 6
Runners up 5
Manchester City has won six trophies in the fa cup. Manchester City in the wake of the modern era most especially at the start of the 21st century has enjoyed impressive outings in the Competition.


Blackburn Rovers

Titles 6

Blackburn Rovers have also won six FA Cup titles in the club’s entire history in the competition.



Titles 5

Runners up 8

Everton has won the competition five times, starting from 1906. The club won it last in 1995.


West Bromwich Albion

Titles 5

Runners up 5


West Bromwich Albion has also won a decent number of FA Cup titles in the past and has won five titles throughout the club’s participation in the Competition.



Titles 5

Runners up 0

Wanderers holds the record as the first-ever football club to win the English FA Cup in its inaugural season in 1872.

Wolverhampton Wanderers – 4 Titles
Bolton Wanderers – 4 Titles
Sheffield United – 4 Titles

Sheffield Wednesday – 3 Titles
West Ham United – 3 Titles

Preston North End 2 Titles
Old Etonians 2 Titles
Portsmouth 2 Titles
Sunderland 2 Titles
Nottingham Forest 2 Titles
Bury 2 Titles


Other notable FA Cup winners at least once


Huddersfield Town, Oxford University, Royal Engineers, Derby County, Leeds United, Southampton,  Burnley, Cardiff City,  Blackpool, Clapham Rovers, Notts County, Barnsley, Charlton Athletic, Old Carthusians, Blackburn Olympic, Bradford City, Ipswich Town, Coventry City, Wigan Athletic, Leicester City.

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