Football : Season Details : 1998

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

Position Club Points History Notes
1  Arsenal  78 2-72  FAC-W 
2  Manchester United  77 6-23  
3  Liverpool  65 4-36  
4  Chelsea  63 7-9  CWC-W; LC-W 
5  Leeds United  59 6-8  
6  Blackburn Rovers  58 4-6  
7  Aston Villa  57 5-10  
8  West Ham United  56 5-5  
9  Derby County  55 7-2  
10  Leicester City  53 10-2  
11  Coventry City  52 1-31  
12  Southampton  48 2-20  
13  Newcastle United  44 5-5  FAC-F 
14  Tottenham Hotspur  44 5-20  
15  Wimbledon  44 1-12  
16  Sheffield Wednesday  44 9-7  
17  Everton  40 3-44  
18  Bolton Wanderers  40 9-1  
19  Barnsley  35 1-1  
20  Crystal Palace  33 5-1  

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 Chelsea 2 Middlesbrough 0 aet
FA Cup Final Arsenal 2 Newcastle United 0

European Cup Final Real Madrid 1 Juventus 0
UEFA Cup Final Inter Milan 3 Lazio 0
Cup Winners Cup Final Chelsea 1 Stuttgart 0

aet After Extra Time


History (England)

Arsenal became the second club to win a 2nd double of League Championship and FA Cup.

Arsenal and Newcastle United became only the second pair of clubs to meet each other in three FA Cup finals.

Cheslea made it a good year for London by winning the Cup Winners Cup and the League Cup.

Middlesbrough reached their third domestic final (League Cup) in two seasons; they lost.

All three of the newly promoted clubs were relegated. This had never occurred before.

History (Europe)

The UEFA Cup final was between two clubs from Italy, Inter Milan and Lazio. The final was one legged for the first time.


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The 1998 World Cup in France
France win the 16th World Cup.


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