Football : Season Details : 2019

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

Position Club Points History Notes
1  Manchester City  98 11-17  LC-W FAC-W 
2  Liverpool  97 4-57  EC-W 
3  Chelsea  72 7-30  LC-F UEFA-W 
4  Tottenham Hotspur  71 5-41  EC-F 
5  Arsenal  70 2-93  UEFA-F 
6  Manchester United  66 6-44  
7  Wolverhampton Wanderers  57 8-1  
8  Everton  54 3-65  
9  Leicester City  52 12-5  
10  West Ham United  52 7-7  
11  Watford  50 4-4  FAC-F 
12  Crystal Palace  49 7-6  
13  Newcastle United  45 7-2  
14  Bournemouth  45 1-4  
15  Burnley  40 7-3  
16  Southampton  39 3-7  
17  Brighton And Hove Albion  36 2-2  
18  Cardiff City  34 5-1  
19  Fulham  26 4-1  
20  Huddersfield Town  16 4-2  

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; EC European Cup; UEFA UEFA Cup; W Winners - F Finalists


League Cup Final Manchester City 0 Chelsea 0 aet (pens : 4 - 3)
FA Cup Final Manchester City 6 Watford 0

European Cup Final Liverpool 2 Tottenham Hotspur 0
Europa League Cup Final Chelsea 4 Arsenal 1


History

The top two in the League finish with the second and third highest points totals.

Manchester City win the League with 98 points (the second highest points total after the same club's 100 points the previous season). Their 14 wins to end the season set a new record. They also equalled their previous season's record of 32 wins.

Liverpool finish runners up with the highest points total for a second placed club (97 points). They finish second after losing a single game all season (something that has only happened twice before in the history of the League) and winning 30 matches.

Manchester City also retain the League Cup, winning on penalties.

Manchester City complete a unique domestic treble by also winning the FA Cup where they scored 6 equalling records in a final from 1890 and 1903.

History (Europe)

Two clubs from England reach the Champions' League final for only the second time. Liverpool win the trophy for record sixth time for a club from England.

Two clubs from England reach the Europa League final for only the second time. Chelsea win the trophy against fellow London club, Arsenal



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