|Season||Champion||2nd place||3rd place|
|2019-20||Liverpool||Man City||Man Utd|
|2017-18||Man City||Man Utd||Tottenham|
|2012-13||Man Utd||Man City||Chelsea|
|2011-12||Man City||Man Utd||Tottenham|
|2010-11||Man Utd||Chelsea||Man City|
|1999-00||Man Utd||Arsenal||Leeds Utd|
|1994-95||Blackburn||Man Utd||Nott. Forest|
|1992-93||Man Utd||Aston Villa||Norwich City|
About Premier League champions
Manchester United, with 13 Premier League titles, have comfortably been the most successful Premiership team, followed by Chelsea, who have been a Premier League winner five times. Manchester City and Arsenal have won the Premiership thrice, while Blackburn Rovers and Leicester City have been champions of England once. Of the big clubs in England, Liverpool, surprisingly, have never won the Premier League.
Since 2010-11, Man City have been the most successful Premier League club with three title wins, followed by Chelsea and Man United, both of whom have won the Premiership twice. Leicester City won the title in the 2015-16 season.
From 2001-02 to 2009-10, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal were always in a three-horse race for the Premier League. Sir Alex Ferguson’s Red Devils won it four times during this time, followed by Chelsea (three times) and Arsenal (twice).
From 1992-93 to 2000, no doubt as to who dominated the English top-flight: Manchester United, with six titles during this time, were head and shoulders above everyone else.
Ferguson’s Manchester United are also the only Premiership team to date to have won the Premier League in three consecutive seasons, a feat they have achieved twice: from 1998-99 to 2000-01 and 2006-07 to 2008-09.