Football : Season Details : 2007

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

Position Club Points History Notes
1  Manchester United  89 6-32  FAC-F 
2  Chelsea  83 7-18  FAC-W; LC-W 
3  Liverpool  68 4-45  EC-F 
4  Arsenal  68 2-81  LC-F 
5  Tottenham Hotspur  60 5-29  
6  Everton  58 3-53  
7  Bolton Wanderers  56 10-6  
8  Reading  55 1-1  
9  Portsmouth  54 3-4  
10  Blackburn Rovers  52 5-6  
11  Aston Villa  50 5-19  
12  Middlesbrough  46 8-9  
13  Newcastle United  43 5-14  
14  Manchester City  42 11-5  
15  West Ham United  41 6-2  
16  Fulham  39 3-6  
17  Wigan Athletic  38 1-2  
18  Sheffield United  38 7-1  
19  Charlton Athletic  34 4-7  
20  Watford  28 3-1  

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; EC European Cup; W Winners - F Finalists


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League Cup Final Chelsea 2 Arsenal 1
FA Cup Final Chelsea 1 Manchester United 0 aet

European Cup Final AC Milan 2 Liverpool 1
UEFA Cup Final Seville 2 Espanol 2 aet (pens 3 - 1)

aet After Extra Time
pens Penalties


History

The League Cup final is the first between two London clubs.

The FA Cup final is between the clubs finishing in the top two of the League for only the third time, the previous occasions being in 1913 and 1986. Manchester United play in a record 18th FA Cup final. The FA Cup moves back to Wembley after seven years: Chelsea become the first winners at the new stadium as they were the last winners at the old stadium. Chelsea become only the third club to win both domestic cups in the same season.

This is the last of an eight year run where the FA Cup final features at least one team from London.

Liverpool reach a record 11th European final and a record 7th final in the European Cup.

Chelsea equal the record of 63 home matches in the league without defeat.

History (Europe)

The UEFA Cup is between two clubs from Spain. Seville become the first club since 1963 to retain the UEFA Cup.


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