Premier League Winning Managers Listed From Inception

Premier League Winning Managers

A total of 11 managers have won the Premier League but winning the premiership is yet to happen for an English manager.

It's been between four Italians, two Scotsmen, a Chilean, a Portuguese, a Frenchman, a Spaniard and now a German,

The most successful of those was Sir Alex Ferguson, a staggering 13 titles for Manchester United gives him the most wins.

There are only three other managers who have won the Premier League more than twice.

Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger won three Premier League crowns with his side, with Jose Mourinho achieving the same feat with Chelsea.

Pep Guardiola has won the title twice with Manchester City before Jurgen Klopp came to end City’s reign as champions, helping Liverpool rack up the required points to end a 30-year wait for a league title.

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See recent managers who have won the Premier League below:

Sir Alex Ferguson – Manchester United (1992–93, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1998–99, 1999–2000, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2012–13)

Arsene WengerArsenal (1997-98, 2000-01, 2003-04)

Jose Mourinho – Chelsea (2004-05, 2005-06, 2014-15)

Pep Guardiola – Manchester City (2017-18, 2018-19, 2020-21)

Kenny Dalglish – Blackburn Rovers (1994-95)

Roberto Mancini – Manchester City (2011-12)

Manuel Pellegrini – Manchester City (2013-14)

Antonio Conte – Chelsea (2016-17)

Claudio Ranieri Leicester City (2015-16)

Jurgen Klopp – Liverpool (2019-20)

Let’s now check out the full list of Premier League Winning Managers from inception.

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Premier League Winning Managers List

Season

Nationality

Name

Club

1888–89

England

William Sudell committee

Preston North End

1889–90

England

William Sudell committee

Preston North End

1890–91

England

Dick Molyneux committee

Everton

1891–92

England

Tom Watson

Sunderland

1892–93

England

Tom Watson

Sunderland

1893–94

Scotland

George Ramsay

Aston Villa

1894–95

England

Tom Watson

Sunderland

1895–96

Scotland

George Ramsay

Aston Villa

1896–97

Scotland

George Ramsay

Aston Villa

1897–98

England

Joseph Wostinholm

Sheffield United

1898–99

Scotland

George Ramsay

Aston Villa

1899–1900

Scotland

George Ramsay

Aston Villa

1900–01

England

Tom Watson

Liverpool

1901–02

Scotland

Alex Mackie

Sunderland

1902–03

England

Arthur Dickinson

The Wednesday

1903–04

England

Arthur Dickinson

The Wednesday

1904–05

Scotland

Frank Watt committee

Newcastle United

1905–06

England

Tom Watson

Liverpool

1906–07

Scotland

Frank Watt committee

Newcastle United

1907–08

England

Ernest Mangnall

Manchester United

1908–09

Scotland

Frank Watt committee

Newcastle United

1909–10

Scotland

George Ramsay

Aston Villa

1910–11

England

Ernest Mangnall

Manchester United

1911–12

England

Robert Middleton

Blackburn Rovers

1912–13

Ireland

Bob Kyle

Sunderland

1913–14

England

Robert Middleton

Blackburn Rovers

1914–15

England

Will Cuff committee

Everton

1915–19[a]

1919–20

England

Fred Everiss

West Bromwich Albion

1920–21

England

John Haworth

Burnley

1921–22

England

David Ashworth

Liverpool

1922–23

Scotland

Matt McQueen

Liverpool

1923–24

England

Herbert Chapman

Huddersfield Town

1924–25

England

Herbert Chapman

Huddersfield Town

1925–26

England

Cecil Potter

Huddersfield Town

1926–27

Scotland

Frank Watt committee

Newcastle United

1927–28

England

Thomas H. McIntosh committee

Everton

1928–29

England

Robert Brown

The Wednesday

1929–30

England

Robert Brown

The Wednesday

1930–31

England

Herbert Chapman

Arsenal

1931–32

England

Thomas H. McIntosh committee

Everton

1932–33

England

Herbert Chapman

Arsenal

1933–34

England

Joe Shaw (caretaker)

Arsenal

1934–35

England

George Allison

Arsenal

1935–36

Scotland

Johnny Cochrane

Sunderland

1936–37

England

Wilf Wild

Manchester City

1937–38

England

George Allison

Arsenal

1938–39

England

Theo Kelly committee

Everton

1939–46[b]

1946–47

England

George Kay

Liverpool

1947–48

England

Tom Whittaker

Arsenal

1948–49

England

Bob Jackson

Portsmouth

1949–50

England

Bob Jackson

Portsmouth

1950–51

England

Arthur Rowe

Tottenham Hotspur

1951–52

Scotland

Matt Busby

Manchester United

1952–53

England

Tom Whittaker

Arsenal

1953–54

England

Stan Cullis

Wolverhampton Wanderers

1954–55

England

Ted Drake

Chelsea

1955–56

Scotland

Matt Busby

Manchester United

1956–57

Scotland

Matt Busby

Manchester United

1957–58

England

Stan Cullis

Wolverhampton Wanderers

1958–59

England

Stan Cullis

Wolverhampton Wanderers

1959–60

England

Harry Potts

Burnley

1960–61

England

Bill Nicholson

Tottenham Hotspur

1961–62

England

Alf Ramsey

Ipswich Town

1962–63

England

Harry Catterick

Everton

1963–64

Scotland

Bill Shankly

Liverpool

1964–65

Scotland

Matt Busby

Manchester United

1965–66

Scotland

Bill Shankly

Liverpool

1966–67

Scotland

Matt Busby

Manchester United

1967–68

England

Joe Mercer

Manchester City

1968–69

England

Don Revie

Leeds United

1969–70

England

Harry Catterick

Everton

1970–71

England

Bertie Mee

Arsenal

1971–72

England

Brian Clough

Derby County

1972–73

Scotland

Bill Shankly

Liverpool

1973–74

England

Don Revie

Leeds United

1974–75

Scotland

Dave Mackay

Derby County

1975–76

England

Bob Paisley

Liverpool

1976–77

England

Bob Paisley

Liverpool

1977–78

England

Brian Clough

Nottingham Forest

1978–79

England

Bob Paisley

Liverpool

1979–80

England

Bob Paisley

Liverpool

1980–81

England

Ron Saunders

Aston Villa

1981–82

England

Bob Paisley

Liverpool

1982–83

England

Bob Paisley

Liverpool

1983–84

England

Joe Fagan

Liverpool

1984–85

England

Howard Kendall

Everton

1985–86

Scotland

Kenny Dalglish

Liverpool

1986–87

England

Howard Kendall

Everton

1987–88

Scotland

Kenny Dalglish

Liverpool

1988–89

Scotland

George Graham

Arsenal

1989–90

Scotland

Kenny Dalglish

Liverpool

1990–91

Scotland

George Graham

Arsenal

1991–92

England

Howard Wilkinson

Leeds United

1992–93

Scotland

Alex Ferguson

Manchester United

1993–94

Scotland

Alex Ferguson

Manchester United

1994–95

Scotland

Kenny Dalglish

Blackburn Rovers

1995–96

Scotland

Alex Ferguson

Manchester United

1996–97

Scotland

Alex Ferguson

Manchester United

1997–98

France

Arsène Wenger

Arsenal

1998–99

Scotland

Alex Ferguson

Manchester United

1999–2000

Scotland

Alex Ferguson

Manchester United

2000–01

Scotland

Alex Ferguson

Manchester United

2001–02

France

Arsène Wenger

Arsenal

2002–03

Scotland

Alex Ferguson

Manchester United

2003–04

France

Arsène Wenger

Arsenal

2004–05

Portugal

José Mourinho

Chelsea

2005–06

Portugal

José Mourinho

Chelsea

2006–07

Scotland

Alex Ferguson

Manchester United

2007–08

Scotland

Alex Ferguson

Manchester United

2008–09

Scotland

Alex Ferguson

Manchester United

2009–10

Italy

Carlo Ancelotti

Chelsea

2010–11

Scotland

Alex Ferguson

Manchester United

2011–12

Italy

Roberto Mancini

Manchester City

2012–13

Scotland

Alex Ferguson

Manchester United

2013–14

Chile

Manuel Pellegrini

Manchester City

2014–15

Portugal

José Mourinho

Chelsea

2015–16

Italy

Claudio Ranieri

Leicester City

2016–17

Italy

Antonio Conte

Chelsea

2017–18

Spain

Pep Guardiola

Manchester City

2018–19

Spain

Pep Guardiola

Manchester City

2019–20

Germany

Jürgen Klopp

Liverpool

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I'll like to believe the quiz of which manager has won the most EPL titles has now been settled by the foregoing list.

This article was most recently revised and updated 9 months ago

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