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LeagueEdit

TitlesEdit

  • Most League titles: 20, Manchester United
  • Most consecutive League titles: 3, joint record:
    • Huddersfield Town: 1923–24, 1924–25, 1925–26
    • Arsenal: 1932–33, 1933–34, 1934–35
    • Liverpool: 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84
    • Manchester United (twice): 1998–99, 1999–00, 2000–01; 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09
    • Top flight title win at first attempt: 1961-62, Ipswich

Top-flight appearancesEdit

  • Most seasons in top flight overall: 114 seasons, Everton
  • Most consecutive seasons in top flight: 90 seasons, Arsenal (1919–present, though no League football was played due to World War II between 1939 and 1945–46)
  • Fewest seasons in top flight overall: 1 season, joint record, Glossop, Leyton Orient, Northampton, Carlisle United, Swindon and Barnsley have completed only one season in top flight in their history.

WinsEdit

  • Most wins in the top-flight overall: 1863, Liverpool
  • Most wins at home overall: 1341, Manchester United
  • Most wins at home in top-flight overall: 1203, Liverpool
  • Most wins away overall: 755, Manchester United
  • Most wins away in top-flight overall: 667, Arsenal
  • Most wins in a season: 37, Burton Albion (League Two, 2014–15; final record P46 W37 DL5)
  • Most wins in a top flight season: 31, Tottenham Hotspur (First Division, 1960–61; final record P42 W31 D4 L7)
  • Most wins from start of a top flight season: 11, Tottenham Hotspur (First Division, 1960–61)
  • Most consecutive wins: 14, joint record:
    • Arsenal (Premier League between 10 February 2002 and 24 August 2002) (Top-flight record)
    • Manchester United (Second Division, 1904–05)
    • Bristol City (Second Division, 1905–06)
    • Preston North End (Second Division, 1950–51)
  • Most consecutive wins without conceding a goal: 9, joint record;
    • Stockport County (League Two between January 13, 2007 and March 3, 2007)
    • Burton Albion (League One between August 8, 2015 and September 26, 2015)
  • Most consecutive home wins: 25, Bradford Park Avenue (Third Division North, 1926–27)
  • Most consecutive home wins in top flight: 21, Liverpool (1972)
  • Most consecutive away wins in top flight: 11, Chelsea (Premier League between April 5 and December 6, 2008)
  • Fewest wins in a season: 1, joint record:
    • Derby County (Premier League, 2007–08; final record P38 W1 D8 L29)
    • Loughborough (Second Division, 1899–1900; final record P34 W1 D6 L27)
  • 100% home win record in a season:
    • Sunderland (13 games; First Division, 1891–92)
    • Liverpool (14 games; Second Division, 1893–94)
    • Bury (15 games; Second Division, 1894–95)
    • Sheffield Wednesday (17 games; Second Division, 1899–1900)
    • Small Heath (17 games; Second Division, 1902–03)
    • Brentford (21 games; Third Division South, 1929–30)

DrawsEdit

  • Most draws overall in the top flight: 1106, Everton
  • Most draws in a season: 23, joint record:
    • Norwich City (from 42 games, First Division, 1978–79)
    • Exeter City (from 46 games, Fourth Division, 1986–87)
    • Hartlepool United (from 46 games, Third Division, 1997–98)
    • Cardiff City (from 46 games, Third Division, 1997–98)
  • Most consecutive draws: 8:
    • Torquay United (Third Division, 1969–70)
    • Middlesbrough (Second Division, 1970–71)
    • Peterborough United (Fourth Division, 1971–72)
    • Birmingham City (Third Division, 1990–91)
    • Chesterfield (League One, 2005–06)
    • Southampton (Championship, 2005–06)
    • Swansea City (Championship, 2008–09)

LossesEdit

  • Most losses overall in the top flight: 1506, Everton
  • Most losses in a season: 34, Doncaster Rovers, (Third Division, 1997–98; final record P46 W4 D8 L34)
  • Fewest losses: 0, joint record:
    • Preston North End (First Division, 1888–89; final record P22 W18 D4 L0)
    • Arsenal (Premier League, 2003–04; final record P38 W26 D12 L0)
    • Liverpool (Second Division, 1893-94; final record P28 W22 D6 L0)
  • Most consecutive losses:[11]
    • 18, Darwen, 1898–1899 (Second Division)
    • 18, Margate, 2016–2017 (National League South)
    • 17, Rochdale, 1931–32 (Division 3 North)
    • 17, Sunderland, 2002-2003 (15 in top tier)