Football : Season Details : 2016

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

Position Club Points History Notes
1  Leicester City  81 12-2  
2  Arsenal  71 2-90  
3  Tottenham Hotspur  70 5-38  
4  Manchester City  66 11-14  LC-W 
5  Manchester United  66 6-41  FAC-W 
6  Southampton  63 3-4  
7  West Ham United  62 7-4  
8  Liverpool  60 4-54  LC-F UEFA-F 
9  Stoke City  51 7-8  
10  Chelsea  50 7-27  
11  Everton  47 3-62  
12  Swansea City  47 2-5  
13  Watford  45 4-1  
14  West Bromwich Albion  43 10-6  
15  Crystal Palace  42 7-3  FAC-F 
16  Bournemouth  42 1-1  
17  Sunderland  39 9-9  
18  Newcastle United  37 6-6  
19  Norwich City  34 7-1  
20  Aston Villa  17 5-28  

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


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League Cup Final Manchester City 1 Liverpool 1 aet (pens : 3 - 1)
FA Cup Final Manchester United 2 Crystal Palace 1 aet

European Cup Final Real Madrid 1 Athletico Madrid 1 aet (pens : 5 - 3)
Europa League Cup Final Seville 3 Liverpool 1


History

The FA Cup final is a repeat of 1990. Manchester United equal the record of 12 wins.

Leicester City win the League for the first time in their history after leading for most of the season. In the previous season they had been bottom until late in the season and had pulled clear of relegation after winning seven and drawing one of their final nine matches.

Aston Villa are relegated after 28 seasons in the Top Division.

History (Europe)

For the second time in three years the final of the European Cup is between two teams from the same city (Madrid). Real Madrid win the trophy for the 11th time.

Liverpool reach their 12 European final and are beaten by Seville who become the first club to win three consecutive Europa League finals.

For the third year running both European trophies remain in Spain.



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