Football : Season Details : 1985

Final English Top Division Football (soccer) Table and Cup Final(s)

Position Club Points History Notes
1  Everton  90 3-31  CWC-W; FAC-F 
2  Liverpool  77 4-23  EC-F 
3  Tottenham Hotspur  77 5-7  
4  Manchester United  76 6-10  FAC-W 
5  Southampton  68 2-7  
6  Chelsea  66 6-1  
7  Arsenal  66 2-59  
8  Sheffield Wednesday  65 8-1  
9  Nottingham Forest  64 5-8  
10  Aston Villa  56 4-10  
11  Watford  55 1-3  
12  West Bromwich Albion  55 6-9  
13  Luton Town  54 3-3  
14  Newcastle United  52 4-1  
15  Leicester City  51 8-2  
16  West Ham United  51 3-4  
17  Ipswich Town  51 2-17  
18  Coventry City  50 1-18  
19  Queens Park Rangers  50 3-2  
20  Norwich City  49 3-3  LC-W 
21  Sunderland  40 4-5  LC-F 
22  Stoke City  17 6-6  

Legend and Abbreviations
Points: 3 for a win : 1 for a draw. Clubs: Red Relegated
History is in the form A-B:
 A is the number of occasions that the club has been in the Top Division. 
B is the current number of consecutive seasons in the Top Division.
Notes: FAC FA Cup; LC League Cup; EC European Cup; CWC Cup Winners Cup; W Winners - F Finalists


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League Cup Final Norwich City 1 Sunderland 0
FA Cup Final Manchester United 1 Everton 0 aet

European Cup Final Juventus 1 Liverpool 0
UEFA Cup Final First Leg Videoton 0 Real Madrid 3
UEFA Cup Final Second Leg Real Madrid 0 Videoton 1 (agg 3 - 1)
Cup Winners Cup Final Everton 3 Rapid Vienna 1

aet After Extra Time : agg Aggregate Score


History (England)

Everton won the Championship with a record points total (90), and a record 13 point winning margin. This is the second occasion where the top two clubs in the League are from the same city.

Everton almost completed a treble as they won the Cup Winners Cup but lost in the FA Cup final. This is the second time that the two FA Cup finalists are the previous two winners of the trophy.

Both League Cup finalists were relegated. Norwich City became the first club to win a major trophy and be relegated in the same season. They were relegated with 49 points, the highest total for a 22 club Top Division with 3 points for a win.

Liverpool reached the European Cup final for the second year running. Serious and fatal crowd trouble at the game lead to all English clubs being banned from European competition for several years. This had been Liverpool's 21st consecutive season in Europe, as well as their 8th European final, both records.

Stoke City collected 17 points and scored 24 goals, both the fewest number for a 22 club Top Division (with 3 points for a win). They lost a record 31 games.

History (Europe)

When Juventus won the European Cup, they became the first club to win all three European trophies.


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