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.

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 Wenger – Arsenal (1997-98, 2000-01, 2003-04)

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

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

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

SeasonNationalityNameClub
1888–89 EnglandWilliam Sudell committeePreston North End
1889–90 EnglandWilliam Sudell committeePreston North End
1890–91 EnglandDick Molyneux committeeEverton
1891–92 EnglandTom WatsonSunderland
1892–93 EnglandTom WatsonSunderland
1893–94 ScotlandGeorge RamsayAston Villa
1894–95 EnglandTom WatsonSunderland
1895–96 ScotlandGeorge RamsayAston Villa
1896–97 ScotlandGeorge RamsayAston Villa
1897–98 EnglandJoseph WostinholmSheffield United
1898–99 ScotlandGeorge RamsayAston Villa
1899–1900 ScotlandGeorge RamsayAston Villa
1900–01 EnglandTom WatsonLiverpool
1901–02 ScotlandAlex MackieSunderland
1902–03 EnglandArthur DickinsonThe Wednesday
1903–04 EnglandArthur DickinsonThe Wednesday
1904–05 ScotlandFrank Watt committeeNewcastle United
1905–06 EnglandTom WatsonLiverpool
1906–07 ScotlandFrank Watt committeeNewcastle United
1907–08 EnglandErnest MangnallManchester United
1908–09 ScotlandFrank Watt committeeNewcastle United
1909–10 ScotlandGeorge RamsayAston Villa
1910–11 EnglandErnest MangnallManchester United
1911–12 EnglandRobert MiddletonBlackburn Rovers
1912–13 IrelandBob KyleSunderland
1913–14 EnglandRobert MiddletonBlackburn Rovers
1914–15 EnglandWill Cuff committeeEverton
1915–19[a]
1919–20 EnglandFred EverissWest Bromwich Albion
1920–21 EnglandJohn HaworthBurnley
1921–22 EnglandDavid AshworthLiverpool
1922–23 ScotlandMatt McQueenLiverpool
1923–24 EnglandHerbert ChapmanHuddersfield Town
1924–25 EnglandHerbert ChapmanHuddersfield Town
1925–26 EnglandCecil PotterHuddersfield Town
1926–27 ScotlandFrank Watt committeeNewcastle United
1927–28 EnglandThomas H. McIntosh committeeEverton
1928–29 EnglandRobert BrownThe Wednesday
1929–30 EnglandRobert BrownThe Wednesday
1930–31 EnglandHerbert ChapmanArsenal
1931–32 EnglandThomas H. McIntosh committeeEverton
1932–33 EnglandHerbert ChapmanArsenal
1933–34 EnglandJoe Shaw (caretaker)Arsenal
1934–35 EnglandGeorge AllisonArsenal
1935–36 ScotlandJohnny CochraneSunderland
1936–37 EnglandWilf WildManchester City
1937–38 EnglandGeorge AllisonArsenal
1938–39 EnglandTheo Kelly committeeEverton
1939–46[b]
1946–47 EnglandGeorge KayLiverpool
1947–48 EnglandTom WhittakerArsenal
1948–49 EnglandBob JacksonPortsmouth
1949–50 EnglandBob JacksonPortsmouth
1950–51 EnglandArthur RoweTottenham Hotspur
1951–52 ScotlandMatt BusbyManchester United
1952–53 EnglandTom WhittakerArsenal
1953–54 EnglandStan CullisWolverhampton Wanderers
1954–55 EnglandTed DrakeChelsea
1955–56 ScotlandMatt BusbyManchester United
1956–57 ScotlandMatt BusbyManchester United
1957–58 EnglandStan CullisWolverhampton Wanderers
1958–59 EnglandStan CullisWolverhampton Wanderers
1959–60 EnglandHarry PottsBurnley
1960–61 EnglandBill NicholsonTottenham Hotspur
1961–62 EnglandAlf RamseyIpswich Town
1962–63 EnglandHarry CatterickEverton
1963–64 ScotlandBill ShanklyLiverpool
1964–65 ScotlandMatt BusbyManchester United
1965–66 ScotlandBill ShanklyLiverpool
1966–67 ScotlandMatt BusbyManchester United
1967–68 EnglandJoe MercerManchester City
1968–69 EnglandDon RevieLeeds United
1969–70 EnglandHarry CatterickEverton
1970–71 EnglandBertie MeeArsenal
1971–72 EnglandBrian CloughDerby County
1972–73 ScotlandBill ShanklyLiverpool
1973–74 EnglandDon RevieLeeds United
1974–75 ScotlandDave MackayDerby County
1975–76 EnglandBob PaisleyLiverpool
1976–77 EnglandBob PaisleyLiverpool
1977–78 EnglandBrian CloughNottingham Forest
1978–79 EnglandBob PaisleyLiverpool
1979–80 EnglandBob PaisleyLiverpool
1980–81 EnglandRon SaundersAston Villa
1981–82 EnglandBob PaisleyLiverpool
1982–83 EnglandBob PaisleyLiverpool
1983–84 EnglandJoe FaganLiverpool
1984–85 EnglandHoward KendallEverton
1985–86 ScotlandKenny DalglishLiverpool
1986–87 EnglandHoward KendallEverton
1987–88 ScotlandKenny DalglishLiverpool
1988–89 ScotlandGeorge GrahamArsenal
1989–90 ScotlandKenny DalglishLiverpool
1990–91 ScotlandGeorge GrahamArsenal
1991–92 EnglandHoward WilkinsonLeeds United
1992–93 ScotlandAlex FergusonManchester United
1993–94 ScotlandAlex FergusonManchester United
1994–95 ScotlandKenny DalglishBlackburn Rovers
1995–96 ScotlandAlex FergusonManchester United
1996–97 ScotlandAlex FergusonManchester United
1997–98 FranceArsène WengerArsenal
1998–99 ScotlandAlex FergusonManchester United
1999–2000 ScotlandAlex FergusonManchester United
2000–01 ScotlandAlex FergusonManchester United
2001–02 FranceArsène WengerArsenal
2002–03 ScotlandAlex FergusonManchester United
2003–04 FranceArsène WengerArsenal
2004–05 PortugalJosé MourinhoChelsea
2005–06 PortugalJosé MourinhoChelsea
2006–07 ScotlandAlex FergusonManchester United
2007–08 ScotlandAlex FergusonManchester United
2008–09 ScotlandAlex FergusonManchester United
2009–10 ItalyCarlo AncelottiChelsea
2010–11 ScotlandAlex FergusonManchester United
2011–12 ItalyRoberto ManciniManchester City
2012–13 ScotlandAlex FergusonManchester United
2013–14 ChileManuel PellegriniManchester City
2014–15 PortugalJosé MourinhoChelsea
2015–16 ItalyClaudio RanieriLeicester City
2016–17 ItalyAntonio ConteChelsea
2017–18 SpainPep GuardiolaManchester City
2018–19 SpainPep GuardiolaManchester City
2019–20 GermanyJürgen KloppLiverpool

SEE ALSO | UEFA Champions League Winners List: Detailed From Inception Till Date

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

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