Football : Season Details : 2001

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

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Position Club Points History Notes
1  Manchester United  80 6-26  
2  Arsenal  70 2-75  FAC-F 
3  Liverpool  69 4-39  UEFA-W; FAC-W; LC-W 
4  Leeds United  68 6-11  
5  Ipswich Town  66 4-1  
6  Chelsea  61 7-12  
7  Sunderland  57 7-2  
8  Aston Villa  54 5-13  
9  Charlton Athletic  52 4-1  
10  Southampton  52 2-23  
11  Newcastle United  51 5-8  
12  Tottenham Hotspur  49 5-23  
13  Leicester City  48 10-5  
14  Middlesbrough  42 8-3  
15  West Ham United  42 5-8  
16  Everton  42 3-47  
17  Derby County  42 7-5  
18  Manchester City  34 10-1  
19  Coventry City  34 1-34  
20  Bradford City  26 2-2  

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; UEFA UEFA Cup;
W Winners - F Finalists

League Cup Final Liverpool 1 Birmingham City 1 aet (pens: 4 - 3)
FA Cup Final Liverpool 2 Arsenal 1

European Cup Final Bayern Munich 1 Valencia 1 aet (pens: 5 - 4)
UEFA Cup Final Liverpool 5 Alavés 4 aet gg

aet After Extra Time : pens Penalties : gg Golden Goal


Manchester United became the fourth club to win the League Championship for three consecutive seasons after Huddersfield Town in 1926, Arsenal in 1935 and Liverpool in 1984.

Coventry City were relegated after 34 consecutive seasons in the Top Division.

Liverpool became the first club to reach three finals in the same season (League Cup, FA Cup, UEFA Cup).

Liverpool won the League Cup for a record 6th time, becoming the first English club to win a domestic final on penalties. Liverpool also became the second club to win both domestic cups beating Birmingham City in the League Cup and Arsenal in the FA Cup. They completed a unique treble by also winning the UEFA Cup, becoming the first club to win a European final with a golden goal.

Liverpool won three trophies in one season for the second time. This was the third time a club has won a treble. This was their record 9th European final.

Liverpool and Arsenal met each other in their third FA Cup final.

Arsenal finished second to Manchester United in the League for the third year running. The two clubs had finished in the top two for the fourth consecutive season. Manchester United completed a run of 10 seasons finishing in the top two in the League, equalling the record set by Liverpool in 1991.

The FA Cup and League Cup finals were moved to a new stadium in Cardiff.

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