Football : Season Details : 1994

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

Position Club Points History Notes
1  Manchester United  92 6-19  FAC-W;LC-F 
2  Blackburn Rovers  84 4-2  
3  Newcastle United  77 5-1  
4  Arsenal  71 2-68  CWC-W 
5  Leeds United  70 6-4  
6  Wimbledon  65 1-8  
7  Sheffield Wednesday  64 9-3  
8  Liverpool  60 4-32  
9  Queens Park Rangers  60 3-11  
10  Aston Villa  57 5-6  LC-W 
11  Coventry City  56 1-27  
12  Norwich City  53 4-8  
13  West Ham United  52 5-1  
14  Chelsea  51 7-5  FAC-F 
15  Tottenham Hotspur  45 5-16  
16  Manchester City  45 9-5  
17  Everton  44 3-40  
18  Southampton  43 2-16  
19  Ipswich Town  43 3-2  
20  Sheffield United  42 6-4  
21  Oldham Athletic  40 2-3  
22  Swindon Town  30 1-1  

Legend and Abbreviations
Points: 3 for a win : 1 for a draw. Clubs: Blue Qualified for Europe 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; CWC Cup Winners Cup; W Winners - F Finalists


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League Cup Final Aston Villa 3 Manchester United 1
FA Cup Final Manchester United 4 Chelsea 0

European Cup Final AC Milan 4 Barcelona 0
UEFA Cup Final First Leg Salzburg 0 Inter Milan 1
UEFA Cup Final Second Leg Inter Milan 1 Salzberg 0 (agg 2 - 0)
Cup Winners Cup Final Arsenal 1 Parma 0

agg Aggregate Score


History

The Top Division (Premier League) was renamed as the Premiership.

Manchester United became the 6th club to complete the League and FA Cup double. Their points total of 92 set a new record. They equalled Tottenham Hotspur's record of winning the FA Cup 8 times. They almost won the domestic treble but lost the League Cup final to Aston Villa. They completed five consecutive trophy winning seasons.

This was Aston Villa's 4th League Cup win equalling the record set by Liverpool (1984) and Nottingham Forest (1990).

Arsenal won the Cup Winners Cup.


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The 1994 World Cup in USA
Brazil win the 15th World Cup.


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