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Football records in England


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This page details football records in England.

Contents
1 National team 2 League 2.1 Titles 2.2 Top-flight Appearances 2.3 Wins 2.4 Draws 2.5 Losses 2.6 Points 2.7 Games without a loss 2.8 Games without a win 2.9 Fixtures 2.10 Appearances 2.11 Goals 2.11.1 Individual 2.11.2 Team 2.12 Scorelines 2.13 Disciplinary 2.14 Transfers 3 FA Premier League Since 199293 season 3.1 Titles 3.2 Wins 3.3 Losses 3.4 Draws 3.5 Appearances 3.6 Individual 3.6.1 Team 3.7 Scorelines 3.8 Stadiums 3.9 Goalkeepers 3.10 Disciplinary 3.11 Longest range goals 3.12 Promotion and change in position 3.13 Match Times and Days 4 FA Cup 4.1 Final 4.1.1 Team 4.1.2 Individual 4.2 All rounds 5 League Cup 5.1 Final 5.2 All rounds 6 FA Charity / Community Shield 6.1 Final 7 Non-League 8 Most successful clubs overall (1871 present) 9 Managers 10 Footnotes 11 References 12 Other Ranking Sites

ational team
Main article: England national football team records

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League
Records in this section refer to The Football League from its founding in 1888 through to 1992, and to both the Premier League and The Football League from 1992 to the present.

Titles
Most League titles: 18 Manchester United Liverpool Most consecutive League titles: 3, joint record:[1] Huddersfield Town (192324, 192425, 192526) Arsenal (193132, 193233, 193334) Liverpool (198182, 198283, 198384) Manchester United (twice): (199899, 19992000, 200001) & (200607, 200708, 200809)

Top-flight Appearances
Most appearances: 108 seasons, Everton (18881930), (19311951), (1954present) Most consecutive seasons in top-flight: 85 seasons, Arsenal (1919present, though no League football was played due to war between 1939 and 1945/46)[2][3]

Wins
Most wins in the top-flight overall: 1756, Liverpool [4] Most wins in a season: 33, Doncaster Rovers (Third Division North, 194647; final record P42 W33 D6 L3) Most wins in a top flight season: 31, Tottenham Hotspur (First Division, 196061; final record P42 W31 D4 L7) Most consecutive wins in the top flight: 14[5] Arsenal (Premier League between 10 February 2002 and 24 August 2002) Most consecutive wins: 14, joint record:[5] Arsenal (Premier League between 10 February 2002 and 24 August 2002) Manchester United (Second Division, 190405) Bristol City (Second Division, 190506) Preston North End (Second Division, 195051) Most consecutive wins from the start of a season: 13, Reading (Third Division, 198586) Most consecutive wins from the start of a season in the top flight: 11, Tottenham Hotspur (First Division, 196061) Most consecutive home wins: 25, Bradford Park Avenue (Third Division North, 192627) Most consecutive away wins: 11, Chelsea (Premier League between 5 April 2008 and 6 December 2008) Fewest wins in a season: 1, joint record: Derby County (Premier League, 200708; final record P38 W1 D8 L29) Loughborough (Second Division, 18991900; final record P34 W1 D6 L27) 100% home win record in a season: Sunderland (13 games; First Division, 189192) Liverpool (14 games; Second Division, 189394) Bury (15 games; Second Division, 189495) Sheffield Wednesday (17 games; Second Division, 18991900) Small Heath (17 games; Second Division, 190203) Brentford (21 games; Third Division South, 192930)

Draws
Most draws overall in the top flight: 1031, Everton [4] Most draws in a season: 23, joint record:[6] Norwich City (from 42 games, First Division, 197879) Hartlepool United (from 46 games, Third Division, 199798) Cardiff City (from 46 games, Third Division, 199798) Exeter City (from 46 games, Fourth Division, 198687) Most consecutive draws: 8:[6] Middlesbrough (Second Division, 197071) Southampton (Championship, 200506) Swansea City (Championship, 200809) Torquay United (Third Division, 196970)

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Birmingham City (Third Division, 199091) Chesterfield (League One, 200506) Peterborough United (Fourth Division, 197172)

Losses
Most losses overall in the top flight: 1441, Everton [4] Most losses in a season: 34, Doncaster Rovers, (Third Division, 199798; final record P46 W4 D8 L34) Fewest losses, : 0, joint record:[7] Preston North End (First Division, 188889; final record P22 W18 D4 L0) Preston were also unbeaten in the FA Cup Arsenal (Premier League, 200304; final record P38 W26 D12 L0) Liverpool (Second Division, 189394; final record P28 W22 D6 L0)

Points
Most points overall in the top flight: 4997, Liverpool [8] Most points in a season (2 points for a win): 74, Lincoln City (Fourth Division, 197576) Most points in a season (3 points for a win): 106, Reading (Championship, 200506) Most points in a season for a top-flight team (2 points for a win, 42 games): 68 (30 wins 8 draws), Liverpool (First Division, 197879) Most points in a season for a top-flight team (3 points for a win, 38 games): 95, Chelsea (Premier League, 200405) Fewest points in a season (2 points for a win): 8, joint record: Loughborough (Second Division, 18991900) Doncaster Rovers (Second Division, 190405) Fewest points in a season (3 points for a win): 11, Derby County (Premier League, 200708)

Games without a loss


Most consecutive league games without a loss: 49, Arsenal (Premier League, 7 May 2003 to 24 October 2004)

Games without a win


Most consecutive league games without a win: 37, Derby County (Premier League/Championship, 22 September 2007 to 13 September 2008)

Fixtures
Most played league fixture: 194 league meetings between Aston Villa and Everton: 209 in all competitions (as of 2 April 2011).

Appearances
Most career league appearances: 1,005 (849 in First Division), Peter Shilton (1966 to 1997)[9] Most career league appearances by an outfield player: 931, Tony Ford (1975 to 2002) Most career league appearances at one club: 770, John Trollope (Swindon Town. 1960 to 1980). Most career top flight league appearances at one club: 613, Steve Perryman (Tottenham Hotspur. 1969 to 1986).(Also 42 Division Two appearances) Most career league appearances for consecutive games: 375, Harold Bell (Tranmere Rovers, 1946 to 1955, 401 consecutive club games including 26 FA Cup Appearances) Oldest player: Neil McBain, 51 years and 120 days (for New Brighton v. Hartlepool United, 15 March 1947)[10] Youngest player: Reuben Noble-Lazarus, 15 years and 45 days (for Barnsley v. Ipswich Town, 30 September 2008)[11]

Goals
For more details on this topic, see English Football first tier Top Scorers. Individual Most career league goals: 434, Arthur Rowley (619 matches, for West Bromwich Albion, Fulham, Leicester City and Shrewsbury Town, 1946 to 1965) Most career top-flight goals: 357, Jimmy Greaves (516 matches, for Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United, 1957 to 1971) Most goals in a season: 60, Dixie Dean (39 matches, for Everton 192728) Most goals in a game: 10, Joe Payne (for Luton Town v. Bristol Rovers, 13 April 1936) Most goals in a top flight game: 7, Ted Drake for Arsenal v. Aston Villa (away), Dec 14 1935 [12] Fastest goal: 4 seconds, Jim Fryatt (for Bradford Park Avenue v. Tranmere Rovers, 25 April 1964) Fastest goal on a League debut: 7 seconds, Freddy Eastwood (for Southend United v. Swansea City, 16 October 2004) Fastest hat-trick (time between first and third goals): 2 minutes 20 seconds, James Hayter (for AFC Bournemouth v. Wrexham, 23 February 2004)

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Fastest headed hat-trick (time between first and third goals): 8 minutes 23 seconds, Jordan Rhodes (for Huddersfield Town v. Exeter City, 10 October 2009) Fastest goal by a substitute: 1.8 seconds, Nicklas Bendtner (for Arsenal v. Tottenham Hotspur, 22 December 2007) Most own goals in one season: 5, Bobby Stuart (Middlesbrough, 193435) Most hat-tricks in one season: 9, George Camsell (Middlesbrough, 192627) Most career hat-tricks: 37, Dixie Dean (Tranmere Rovers, Everton, 19231937) Longest goalkeeping run without conceding a goal: 1,311 minutes, Edwin van der Sar (for Manchester United, 200809) Chris icholl of Aston Villa scored all four goals in a 22 draw, against Leicester City in 1976. Youngest goalscorer: Ronnie Dix, 15 years and 180 days (for Bristol Rovers v. Norwich City, 3 March 1928) Team Most league goals scored in a season: 134, Peterborough United (Fourth Division, 196061) [13] Most top-flight goals scored in a season: 128, Aston Villa (First Division, 193031)[14] Most home league goals scored in a season: 87, Millwall (Third Division South, 192728) [13] Most away league goals scored in a season: 60, Arsenal (First Division, 193031) [13] Fewest league goals scored in a season: 18, Loughborough, (Second Division, 18991900) Fewest top-flight goals scored in a season: 20, Derby County (Premier League, 200708) Fewest home league goals scored in a season: 10, Manchester City, (Premier League, 200607) They did not score a single home goal after 1 January, encompassing their final 8 home league matches. Most league goals conceded in a season: 141, Darwen (Second Division, 189899) Most top-flight goals conceded in a season: 125, Blackpool (First Division, 1930-31)[15] Most home league goals conceded in a season: 63, Rochdale (Third Division North, 1931-32) Most away league goals conceded in a season: 109, Darwen (Second Division, 189899) Most goals conceded by a single goalkeeper in a season: 85, Paul Robinson, (Leeds United, 200304) Fewest league goals conceded in a season: 15, Preston North End 1888-89 (First Division), Chelsea (Premier League, 200405) Best conceded goal quota in a season: 0.381 goals per game, Liverpool (First Division, 197879) (Chelsea's record of 15 goals was in a 38 game season and gives a quota of 0.395, Liverpool's tally (of 16) is from a 42 game season) Most consecutive games scoring: 55, Arsenal (Premier League 19 May 2001 30 November 2002) [16] Most consecutive games without scoring: 11, Coventry City (Second Division, 191920) and Hartlepool United (League Two, 199293) [13] Most goals on one day: 209 goals in 44 games, 1 February 1936 This included 9 hat-tricks, 3 players grabbing 4 goals, and some interesting scorelines of Chester City 120 York City and Crewe Alexandra 56 Chesterfield. There was only one no-score draw: Aldershot 00 Bristol City Most goals scored in the Premier League in one day: 41 goals in 8 games, 5 February 2011 (5.125 goals/game average)

Scorelines
Record win: 130, joint record: Newcastle United 130 Newport County (Second Division, 5 October 1946) Stockport County 130 Halifax Town (Third Division North, 6 January 1934) Record away win: Port Vale 010 Sheffield United (Second Division, 10 December 1892) Record away win in top division: Newcastle United 19 Sunderland (Declared after 74 minutes) (First Division, 5 December 1908) Most goals in a game: 17, Tranmere Rovers 134 Oldham Athletic (Third Division North, 26 December 1935) Highest scoring draw: 66, joint record: Leicester City 66 Arsenal (First Division, 21 April 1930)[17] Charlton Athletic 66 Middlesbrough (Second Division, 22 October 1960)[18] Most double figure league wins by a team: 5, Birmingham City (120 v Walsall, 17 December 1892; 102 v Manchester City, 17 March 1894; 101 v Blackpool, 2 March 1901; 120 v Doncaster Rovers, 11 April 1903; 111 v Glossop, 6 January 1915) (all Second Division) Most goals scored by a losing side: 6 by Huddersfield Town losing 76 to Charlton Athletic (21 December 1957)

Disciplinary
Most red cards in a single match: 5 joint record: Chesterfield (2) v. Plymouth Argyle (3) (22 February 1997) Wigan Athletic (1) v. Bristol Rovers (4) (2 December 1997) Exeter City (3) v. Cambridge United (2) (23 November 2002) Most red cards in a career (individual): 13, joint record: Roy McDonough (Colchester United, Exeter City, Southend United),[19][20] Steve Walsh (Wigan Athletic and Leicester City)[19][20] Fastest red card: 13 seconds, Kevin Pressman (Sheffield Wednesday v Wolverhampton Wanderers, 12 August 2000)[21] Fastest yellow card: 3 seconds, Vinnie Jones (Chelsea v Sheffield United, 1992) Fastest red card for a substitute on the field of play: 0 seconds, joint record: Walter Boyd (Swansea City, 12 March 2000), Keith Gillespie (Sheffield United, 20 January 2007)

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Both players came on as a substitute and elbowed/pushed an opponent before the game had been restarted.

Transfers
See also: British football transfer record Highest transfer fee received: 80 million: Cristiano Ronaldo, from Manchester United to Real Madrid (1 July 2009)[22] Highest transfer fee paid: 50 million: Fernando Torres, from Liverpool to Chelsea (31 January 2011)[23]

FA Premier League Since 199293 season


Titles
Most titles: 11 Manchester United 199293, 199394, 199596, 199697, 199899, 1999-2000, 200001, 200203, 200607, 200708, 200809 Most consecutive title wins: 3, Manchester United twice (199899, 1999-2000, 200001) and (200607, 200708, 200809).

Wins
Most wins in a season (38 games): 29, Chelsea (200405, 200506) Fewest wins in a season (38 games): 1, Derby County (200708) Most home wins in a season (19 games): 18, Chelsea (200506) Fewest home wins in a season (19 games): 1, joint record: Sunderland (200506) Derby County (200708) Most away wins in a season (19 games): 15, Chelsea (200405) Fewest away wins in a season (19/21 games): 0, joint record: Leeds United (199293) Coventry City (19992000) Wolverhampton Wanderers (200304) Norwich City (200405) Derby County (200708) Hull City (200910) Most consecutive wins: 14, Arsenal (between 10 February 2002 and 24 August 2002)[24] Most consecutive games without a win (38 games): 32, Derby County (200708) Most consecutive home wins: 19, Chelsea Most consecutive away wins: 11, Chelsea (between 5 April 2008 and 6 December 2008) Most wins in total: 471, Manchester United [25]

Losses
Most losses in a season (38 or 42 games): 29, joint record: Ipswich Town (199495) Sunderland (200506) Derby County (200708) Fewest losses in a season (38 games): 0, Arsenal (200304)[26] Longest unbeaten run: 49 games Arsenal (FA Premier League May 7, 2003 - October 24, 2004)[27] Most home losses in a season (19 games): 14, Sunderland (200203), (200506) Fewest home losses in a season (19 games): 0, joint record: Manchester United (199596, 19992000) Arsenal (199899, 200304, 200708) Chelsea (200405, 200506, 200607, 200708) Liverpool (200809) Most consecutive losses in a season (38 games): 15, Sunderland (200203) Most consecutive losses over more than one season (38 games): 20, Sunderland (200203, 200506) (Sunderland lost their last 15 games of the 200203 season and were relegated. They followed this up by losing their first 5 games of the 200506 season, their next season in the Premier League.) Most away losses in a season (19 games): 17, Burnley (2009-10) Fewest away losses in a season (19 games): 0, Arsenal (200102, 200304) Most consecutive away games undefeated: 27, Arsenal (5 April 2003 - 25 September 2004) Most losses in total: 269, Everton [25]

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Draws
Most draws in a season (42 games): 18, joint record: Manchester City (199394) Sheffield United (199394) Southampton (199495) Most draws in a season (38 games): 17, joint record: Newcastle United (200304) Aston Villa (200607) Most consecutive draws in a season (38 or 42 games): 7, joint record: Norwich City (199394) Southampton (199495) Manchester City (200910) Fewest draws in a season (38 games): 3, Chelsea (199798) Most home draws in a season (19 games): 10, joint record: Sheffield Wednesday (199697) Leicester City (199798), (200304) Fewest home draws in a season (19 games): None, Manchester City (200809) Most away draws in a season (19 games): 12, Newcastle United (200304) Fewest away draws in a season (19 games): 1, 9 times Most draws in total: 223, Aston Villa [25]

Appearances
Most Premier League appearances: 573, David James Most Premier League appearances at one club: 572, Ryan Giggs (Manchester United, 1992 to 08 May 2011) [28] Oldest player: John Burridge, 43 years and 162 days (for Manchester City v. Queens Park Rangers, 14 May 1995) Youngest player: Matthew Briggs, 16 years and 65 days (for Fulham v. Middlesbrough, 13 May 2007) [29] Most consecutive Premier League appearances: Brad Friedel with 262. Most seasons appeared in: 19 Sol Campbell, Ryan Giggs (only players to have appeared in every Premier League season)[30]

Individual
Most Premier League winner's medals: 11, Ryan Giggs (Manchester United) 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009 First Premier League goal: Brian Deane (for Sheffield United v. Manchester United, 15 August 1992) Most Premier League goals: Alan Shearer (260) Most Premier League seasons scored in: Ryan Giggs (19 seasons; Giggs has scored for Manchester United in every Premier League season since the competition was founded) Most goals in a season (42 games): 34, joint record: Andrew Cole (Newcastle United, 199394) Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers, 199495) Most goals in a season (38 games): 31, joint record: Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers, 199596) Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United, 200708) Most goals in a debut season (38 games): 30, Kevin Phillips (Sunderland, 199900) Most goals in a game: 5, joint record: Andrew Cole (for Manchester United v. Ipswich Town, 4 March 1995) Alan Shearer (for Newcastle United v. Sheffield Wednesday, 19 September 1999) Jermain Defoe (for Tottenham Hotspur v. Wigan Athletic, 22 November 2009) Dimitar Berbatov (for Manchester United v. Blackburn Rovers, 27 November 2010) Most goals in one half: 5, Jermain Defoe (for Tottenham Hotspur v. Wigan Athletic, 22 November 2009) Youngest goalscorer: James Vaughan, 16 years and 271 days (for Everton v. Crystal Palace, 10 April 2005) Oldest goalscorer: Teddy Sheringham, 40 years and 268 days (for West Ham United v. Portsmouth, 26 December 2006) Fastest goal: 10.2 seconds, Ledley King (for Tottenham Hotspur v. Bradford City, 9 December 2000) Most goals scored by a substitute in a game: 4, Ole Gunnar Solskjr (for (Manchester United v. Nottingham Forest, 6 February 1999) Most consecutive league matches scored in: 10, Ruud van Nistelrooy, (Manchester United, 22 March 2003 to 23 August 2003) Fastest Premier League hat-trick: Robbie Fowler, 4 minutes 33 seconds (for Liverpool v. Arsenal, 28 August 1994) Highest number of different clubs to score for: 6: Craig Bellamy (for Liverpool, Manchester City, Newcastle United, West Ham United, Coventry City, Blackburn Rovers) Most Premier League assists: 98, Ryan Giggs[28] Team

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Most goals scored in a season: 103, Chelsea (200910) Fewest goals scored in a season: 20, Derby County (200708) Most goals conceded in a season (42 games): 100, Swindon Town (199394) Most goals conceded in a season (38 games): 89, Derby County (200708) Fewest goals conceded in a season: 15, Chelsea (200405) Best goal difference in a season: 71, Chelsea (2009-10) Worst goal difference in a season: 69, Derby County (200708) Highest percentage of season goals scored in a single game: 18.6% (8/43), Middlesbrough (vs. Manchester City May 11, 2008) Most goals scored at home in a season: 68, Chelsea (2009-10) Most goals scored away in a season: 47, Manchester United (200102) Fewest goals scored at home in a season: 10, Manchester City (200607) Fewest goals scored away in a season: 8, joint record: Middlesbrough (199596) Southampton (199899) Sheffield United (200607) Derby County (200708) Most goals conceded at home in a season (42 games): 45, Swindon Town (199394) Most goals conceded at home in a season (38 games): 43, Derby County (200708) Most goals conceded away in a season (42 games): 59, Ipswich Town (199495) Most goals conceded away in a season (38 games): 55, Wigan Athletic (200910) Fewest goals conceded at home in a season: 4, Manchester United (199495) Fewest goals conceded away in a season: 9, Chelsea (200405) Most clean sheets in a season: 24, Chelsea (200405) Fewest failures to score in a match in a season: 0 (scored in every game), Arsenal (200102)[31] Fewest penalties conceded: 12 (home), 53 (away), Manchester United 19922007 Most penalties conceded: 47 (home), 93 (away), Aston Villa 19922007 Most goals scored in total: 1447, Manchester United [25] Most goals conceded in total: 977, Tottenham Hotspur [25] Biggest half-time lead in the Premier League: 5 goals Sheffield Wednesday 50 Bolton Wanderers (8 November 1997) Burnley 16 Manchester City (05 at half-time) (3 April 2010)

Scorelines
Biggest home win: 90, Manchester United v. Ipswich (1995)[32] Biggest away win: 18, Nottingham Forest v. Manchester United (6 February 1999) Highest scoring: 74 Portsmouth v. Reading (29 September 2007) Most frequent scoreline: 10, 1347 times.[33]

Stadiums
Attendance Highest attendance, single game: 76,398, Manchester United v. Blackburn Rovers (at Old Trafford, 31 March 2007) Lowest attendance, single game: 3,039, Wimbledon v. Everton (at Selhurst Park, 26 January 1993)

Goalkeepers
Goalscoring goalkeepers (excluding own goals):: Peter Schmeichel (Everton 32 Aston Villa, 20 October 2001) Brad Friedel (Charlton Athletic 32 Blackburn Rovers, 21 February 2004) Paul Robinson (Tottenham Hotspur 31 Watford, 17 March 2007) Longest consecutive run without conceding a goal: 14 games (1,311 minutes), Edwin van der Sar for Manchester United (200809) Most clean sheets in one season: 24, Petr ech (for Chelsea, 200405) Most clean sheets in Premiership history: 173, David James

Disciplinary
Fewest touches before a red card: 0, joint record: Andreas Johansson (as a substitute for Wigan Athletic v. Arsenal, 7 May 2006) Keith Gillespie (as a substitute for Sheffield United v. Reading, 20 January 2007) Dave Kitson (as a substitute for Reading v. Manchester United, 12 August 2007) Most red cards: 8, joint record:[28] Duncan Ferguson Patrick Vieira

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Richard Dunne Most yellow cards: 98, Lee Bowyer [28] Fouling record: Kevin Davies has committed the greatest number of fouls since 200001, the first season for which reliable records are available, with a total of 782 fouls.[34] Consecutive amount of yellow cards in as many matches since making debut: 5, James Perch set a new Premier League record by being the first player ever to receive 5 yellow cards in his first 5 games in the league for Newcastle United. The previous record was held by Edgar Davids who received 4 consecutive yellows in as many games since his debut for Tottenham Hotspur.

Longest range goals


Longest range goal: Paul Robinson 88 metres (96 yd) (direct free kick), Tottenham Hotspur v Watford (7 March 2007) Longest range free kick: Paul Robinson 88 metres (96 yd) (direct), Tottenham Hotspur v Watford (7 March 2007) Longest range volley: Matthew Taylor 42 metres (46 yd), Portsmouth v Everton (9 December 2006) Longest range from open play: Xabi Alonso 59 metres (65 yd), Liverpool v Newcastle United (20 September 2006)
None of the goals were deflections, all distances have been analysed by Match of the Day and all four goals were scored in the 200607 season.

Promotion and change in position


Best season for promoted clubs: All three promoted sides avoided relegation (Fulham, Blackburn Rovers and Bolton Wanderers): 200102 Worst season for promoted clubs: All three promoted sides were relegated (Bolton Wanderers, Barnsley and Crystal Palace): 199798 Lowest finish by the previous season's champions: 7th, Blackburn Rovers (199596) Leeds United were defending champions in 199293 and finished 17th, but they were technically the Division One holders rather than the Premier League holders due to the League's reorganisation. Highest finish by a promoted club: 3rd, joint record: Newcastle United (199394) Nottingham Forest (199495) Biggest rise in finishing position: Everton, 13 places (17th in 200304; 4th in 200405 ) Biggest fall in finishing position: Leeds United, 16 places (1st in 199192; 17th in 199293)

Match Times and Days


Longest First Half Additional Time: 8 minutes 32 seconds; Blackburn against Birmingham, 9 April 2011 Longest Additional Time: 12 minutes 26 seconds; Arsenal against Liverpool, 17 April 2011 Earliest kick off: 11:15 a.m. BST; Manchester City against Everton, 2 October 2005 Earliest Start to a season: 7 August 1999 Latest Finish to a season: 24 May 2009

FA Cup
Final
Team Most wins: 11, Manchester United (1909, 1948, 1963, 1977, 1983, 1985, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2004) Most consecutive wins: 3, joint record: Wanderers (1876, 1877, 1878) Blackburn Rovers, (1884, 1885, 1886) Most appearances: 18: Manchester United (1909, 1948, 1957, 1958, 1963, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1983, 1985, 1990, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007) Most appearances without winning: 4, Leicester City (1949, 1961, 1963, 1969) Biggest win: 6 goals, Bury vs. Derby County, (1903) Most goals in a final: 7:

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Blackburn Rovers 61 Sheffield Wednesday (1890) Blackpool 43 Bolton Wanderers (1953) Most goals by a losing side: 3: Bolton Wanderers: Lost 34 against Blackpool (1953) West Ham United scored 3 times (33) but lost on a penalty shootout vs Liverpool (2006) Most defeats in a final: 8, Everton (1893, 1897, 1907, 1968, 1985, 1986, 1989, 2009) Individual Most wins: 6, Ashley Cole (Arsenal) (2002, 2003, 2005) & (Chelsea) (2007, 2009, 2010) Most appearances: 9, Arthur Kinnaird (Wanderers) (187273, 187475, 187576, 187677, 187778) & (Old Etonians) (187879, 188081, 188182, 188283) Most goals (one final): 3, Billy Townley (Blackburn Rovers) (1890), James Logan (Notts County) (1894) & Stan Mortensen (Blackpool) (1953) Most goals (all finals): 5, Ian Rush (Liverpool) Fastest goal: 25 seconds, Louis Saha (for Everton v. Chelsea, 2009) Youngest FA Cup finalist: Curtis Weston (Millwall), 17 years and 119 days Youngest player to score in an FA Cup Final: Norman Whiteside (Manchester United), 18 years and 19 days Oldest player: Billy Hampson, 41 years and 257 days (for Newcastle United v. Aston Villa, 192324)

All rounds
Biggest win: Preston North End 260 Hyde United (First Round, 15 October 1887) Highest FA Cup attendance (of all time): 121,919 (Aston Villa v. Sunderland, Final at Crystal Palace, 19 April 1913) Highest attendance at Wembley: 126,047 (Bolton Wanderers v. West Ham United, Final, 28 April 1923) Most clubs competing for trophy in a season: 731 (200708) Longest tie: 660 minutes (6 matches in total), Oxford City v. Alvechurch (Fourth Qualifying Round, 197172; Alvechurch won the sixth match 10) Longest penalty shootout: 20 penalties each, Tunbridge Wells v. Littlehampton Town (Preliminary Round Replay, 31 August 2005; Tunbridge Wells won 1615) Most rounds played in a season: 9, joint record: Brighton & Hove Albion (1932-33: 1st4th Qualifying Rounds, 1st5th Rounds) New Brighton (195657: Preliminary, 1st4th Qualifying Rounds, 1st4th Rounds) Blyth Spartans (197778: 1st4th Qualifying Rounds, 1st5th Rounds) Harlow Town (197879: Preliminary, 1st4th Qualifying Rounds, 1st4th Rounds) Most games played in a season: 13, Bideford (197475: one First Qualifying, two Second Qualifying, five Third Qualifying, four Fourth Qualifying and one First Round) Fastest goal: 4 seconds, Gareth Morris (for Ashton United v. Skelmersdale United, 17 September 2001) Most consecutive games without defeat: 18, Chelsea (20082011) Fastest hat-trick: 2 min 20 sec, Andy Locke (for Nantwich Town v. Droylsden, 1995)[35] Most Career Goals: 49, Henry "Harry" Cursham (Notts County between 1877 and 1888). Most goals by a player in a single FA Cup game: 9, Ted MacDougall (for Bournemouth in 1971)[36] Scoreline: Two examples of teams scoring 7 goals and not winning Dulwich Hamlet 87 St Albans City (Fourth Qualifying Round Replay, 22 November 1922), and Dulwich Hamlet 77 Wealdstone (Fourth Qualifying Round, 16 November 1929). Youngest player: Andy Awford, 15 years and 88 days (for Worcester City v. Boreham Wood, Third qualifying round, 198788),[37] Youngest goalscorer: Jonjo Shelvey, 16 years and 311 days (for Charlton v. Norwich, 200809)[citation needed]

League Cup
Final
Most wins (team): 7, Liverpool (198081, 198182, 198283, 198384, 199495, 200001, 200203) Record scoreline: Manchester United 40 Wigan Athletic (200506) Most appearances (team): 10, Liverpool Most wins (individual): 5, Ian Rush (Liverpool, 198081, 198182, 198283, 198384, 199495) Most defeats in a final: 5: Arsenal Most appearances without winning: 2: West Ham United Everton Bolton Wanderers Lowest Ranked Winners: Queens Park Rangers, Swindon Town Third Division (now League 1) Lowest ranked finalists: Rochdale Fourth Division club (now League 2) Fastest goal in League Cup Final: 45 seconds by John Arne Riise for Liverpool vs Chelsea in 3-2 defeat, 2005.

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All rounds
Biggest win (single match): 100, joint record: West Ham United 100 Bury (Second round, second leg, 25 October 1983) Liverpool 100 Fulham (Second round, first leg, 23 September 1986) Biggest win (aggregate): by 11 goals, joint record: Liverpool 132 Fulham (100 First leg & 32 Second leg, 1986) Bury 112 West Ham United (12 First leg & 010 Second leg, 1983) Liverpool 110 Exeter City (50 First leg & 60 Second leg, 1981) Watford 110 Darlington (80 First leg & 30 Second leg, 1987) Most career goals: 49, joint record: Geoff Hurst (West Ham United and Stoke City, 1958 to 1976) Ian Rush (Liverpool and Newcastle United, 1980 to 1998) Most goals in a single match: 6, Frankie Bunn (for Oldham Athletic v. Scarborough, 25 October 1989, in their 70 win)

FA Charity / Community Shield


Final
Most wins (team): 18 (14 outright, 4 shared), Manchester United, 1908, 1911, 1952, 1956, 1957, 1965, 1967, 1977, 1983, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010 Most wins shared (team): 5, Liverpool Record scoreline: Manchester United 84 Swindon Town in 1911 Most appearances (team): 27, Manchester United, 1908, 1911, 1948, 1952, 1956, 1957, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1977, 1983, 1985, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010) Most appearances (player): 14, Ryan Giggs of Manchester United, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Most wins (individual): 8, Ryan Giggs all outright wins 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010 Most defeats (individual): 6, Ryan Giggs, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2009 Most consecutive wins: 4, Everton, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 (1986 shared) Most consecutive defeats: 4, Manchester United, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Most consecutive appearances: 6, Manchester United, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Most consecutive appearances (individual): 6, Ryan Giggs, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

on-League
Biggest win by a non-League club over a League club: 61, joint record Wigan Athletic beat Carlisle United, 193435 FA Cup Fifth Round Boston United beat Derby County, 195556 FA Cup Second Round Hereford United beat Queens Park Rangers, 195758 FA Cup Second Round Barnet beat Newport County, 197071 FA Cup First Round Biggest Conference win: 90, joint record Sutton United beat Gateshead, 22 September 1990 Hereford United beat Dagenham & Redbridge, 27 February 2004 Rushden & Diamonds beat Weymouth, 21 February 2009 Highest attendance between non-League clubs: 24,526 Wigan Athletic v Hereford United, 195354 FA Cup Second Round Scoreline: Washington Nissan 79 Billingham Synthonia aet (FA Vase First Round, 20 October 2001). Match level at 66 after 90 minutes, then Billingham Synthonia scored 3 times in extra time to make the score 96, before Washington netted a late consolation goal. Longest unbeaten League run: 78 AFC Wimbledon between 26 February 2003 to 4 December 2004 helping them to back to back promotions including winning the Combined Counties Premier Division undefeated. This is also the longest unbeaten run in English Senior Football.

Most successful clubs overall (1871 present)


Fairs European Cup / UEFA English UEFA Intercontinental FA FA Cup / UEFA Super UEFA Football League Domestic Cup Cup / FIFA Total Cup Community UEFA Intertoto Champions Cup Total Winners' Cup / Cup Club World Shield Champions Cup Europa Cup Cup League League

Team

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Manchester United Liverpool Arsenal Everton Aston Villa Sunderland Chelsea Newcastle United Sheffield W. Blackburn Rovers Wolverhampton Leeds United Huddersfield Town Tottenham Hotspur Manchester City Portsmouth Preston North End Burnley Derby County West Bromwich Albion Sheffield United Nottingham Forest Ipswich Town Wanderers Bolton Wanderers West Ham United Bury Old Etonians Cardiff City Barnsley Blackburn Olympic Blackpool Bradford City Charlton Athletic Clapham Rovers Coventry City Notts County

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Old Carthusians Oxford University Royal Engineers Southampton Wimbledon Leicester City Birmingham City Norwich City Luton Town Middlesbrough Oxford United Queens Park Rangers Stoke City Swindon Town Brighton & Hove Albion Fulham

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3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

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The figures in bold represent the most times this competition has been won by an English team. Shared Community Shield results listed as wins. Inter-Cities Fairs Cup is not considered a UEFA competition, and hence clubs' records in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup are not considered part of their European record.

Managers
Longest-serving manager: Sir Alex Ferguson, 24 years (Manchester United, November 6, 1986 to date)[38] Shortest-serving manager (excluding caretakers): Leroy Rosenior, 10 minutes (Torquay United, 17 May 2007)[39] Most titles wins: Sir Alex Ferguson, 35 (Manchester United) Most League title wins: Sir Alex Ferguson, 11 (Manchester United) Most FA Cup wins: George Ramsay, 6 (Aston Villa) Most League Cup wins: 4, joint record: Brian Clough with Nottingham Forest Sir Alex Ferguson with Manchester United Most FA Charity/Community Shield wins: Sir Alex Ferguson, 9 (8 outright, 1 shared) (Manchester United) Most Intercontinental Cup / FIFA Club World Cup wins: Sir Alex Ferguson, 2 (Manchester United) Most European Cup / UEFA Champions League wins: Bob Paisley, 3 (Liverpool)* Most Inter-Cities Fairs Cup / UEFA Cup / Europa League wins: Don Revie, 2 (Leeds United) Most top-flight League game wins: Sir Alex Ferguson, 568 games (Manchester United)[40] Most European Cup / UEFA Champions League game wins: Sir Alex Ferguson, 104 games (Manchester United)[40] (*) this is also overall European record.

Footnotes
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. ^ http://www.arsenal.com/news/news-archive/ggm-26-arsenal-clinch-a-hat-trick-of-titles ^ English Football - Top flight consecutive seasons (http://footysphere.tumblr.com/post/196844910/english-football-top-flight-consecutive-seasons) ^ http://www.arsenal.com/usa/the-club/about-arsenal ^ a b c England - First Level All-Time Tables (http://www.rsssf.com/tablese/engalltime.html) ^ a b Ashdown, John (11 March 2009). "Have Manchester United just set a record for consecutive league wins?" (http://www.guardian.co.uk/football /2009/mar/11/manchester-united-consecutive-league-wins-the-knowledge) . The Guardian (London). http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2009/mar /11/manchester-united-consecutive-league-wins-the-knowledge. Retrieved 2 May 2010. 6. ^ a b The Football League | Stats | Records | Records - League | Draws | DRAWS (http://www.football-league.co.uk/page/Draws/0,,10794~634827,00.html) 7. ^ Barclay, Patrick (16 May 2004). "Arsenal join the Invincibles" (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/2378953/Arsenal-join-the-Invincibles.html) . The Daily Telegraph (London). http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/2378953/Arsenal-join-the-Invincibles.html. 8. ^ England - All-Time Table (http://www.rsssf.com/tablese/engchronalltime.html)

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9. ^ "Peter Shilton: Biography" (http://www.petershilton.com/biography.htm) . http://www.petershilton.com/biography.htm. Retrieved 8 April 2007. "Throughout his amazing 30 year career he played for 11 English league clubs through which he accumulated a record 1005 League appearances." 10. ^ McBain was New Brighton manager at the time and came out of retirement to play in goal during an injury crisis. Similarly, Bob Suter, who played for Halifax Town on 24 April 1929 aged 50 years and 288 days, also came out of retirement to cover in goal. The oldest 'regular' player and the oldest outfield player was Stanley Matthews, who was 50 years and 5 days old in his final match for Stoke City v. Fulham on 6 February 1965. 11. ^ "Barnsley schoolboy makes history" (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_div_1/7645562.stm) . BBC Sport. 1 October 2008. http://news.bbc.co.uk /sport1/hi/football/eng_div_1/7645562.stm. Retrieved 1 October 2008. 12. ^ GGM 38: Ted Drake scores seven in one game | News Archive | News | Arsenal.com (http://www.arsenal.com/news/news-archive/ggm-38-ted-drakescores-seven-in-one-game) 13. ^ a b c d The Football League | Stats | Records | Records - League | Goals | GOALS (http://www.football-league.co.uk/page/Goals/0,,10794~634862,00.html) 14. ^ Aston Villa did not win the championship, finishing second to Arsenal whose goal tally of 127 that season is the second-highest ever in the top flight. 15. ^ Blackpool finished 20th and were not relegated. 16. ^ Sequences | Club Records | History | Arsenal.com (http://www.arsenal.com/history/club-records/sequences) 17. ^ Arsenal's A to Z... L is for Ljungberg | Arsenal.com (http://www.arsenal.com/155/unhoused-import-pages/arsenal-s-a-to-z...-l-is-for-ljungberg) 18. ^ Ask The Gaffer | Football trivia | Football questions | Sport | Orange UK (http://www.orange.co.uk/sport/football/31113.htm) 19. ^ a b "Away penalties at Old Trafford" (http://football.guardian.co.uk/news/theknowledge/0,9204,984768,00.html) , Sean Ingle, Barry Glendenning and Matt Cunningham, The Guardian, 26 June 2003 20. ^ a b "Football League Records: Disciplinary" (http://www.football-league.premiumtv.co.uk/page/RecordDisciplinary/0,,10794,00.html) , The Football League, accessed 4 December 2007 21. ^ "Tallest Footballers ever" (http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2005/mar/23/theknowledge.sport) , The Guardian, accessed 10 June 2010 22. ^ "Ronaldo completes 80m Real move" (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/m/man_utd/8121951.stm) . BBC Sport. 1 July 2009. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/m/man_utd/8121951.stm. Retrieved 1 July 2009. 23. ^ "Torres makes record move from Liverpool to Chelsea" (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/c/chelsea/9380389.stm) . BBC Sport. 31 January 2011. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/c/chelsea/9380389.stm. Retrieved 31 January 2011. 24. ^ Harris, Nick (14 August 2002). "Wenger's record-busters two steps from heaven" (http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/wengersrecordbusters-two-steps-from-heaven-639838.html) . The Independent (London). http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/wengersrecordbusters-two-steps-from-heaven-639838.html. 25. ^ a b c d e Official Site of the Premier League - Barclays Premier League News, Fixtures and Results | Statistics (http://www.premierleague.com /page/Statistics) 26. ^ Garside, Kevin (29 December 2009). "The Arsenal side Ars?ne Wenger created truly were the Invincibles" (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football /6907122/The-Arsenal-side-Arsne-Wenger-created-truly-were-the-Invincibles.html) . The Daily Telegraph (London). http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football /6907122/The-Arsenal-side-Arsne-Wenger-created-truly-were-the-Invincibles.html. 27. ^ 'The Invincibles' go 49 games unbeaten | The Wenger Years | History | Arsenal.com (http://www.arsenal.com/history/the-wenger-years/the-2004-invincibles) 28. ^ a b c d Official Site of the Premier League - Barclays Premier League News, Fixtures and Results | Statistics (http://www.premierleague.com/page/Statistics /0,,12306,00.html) 29. ^ The Telegraph Calcutta : Sports (http://www.telegraphindia.com/1070811/asp/sports/story_8179713.asp) 30. ^ BBC Sport - Football - Premier League as it happened (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/9055632.stm) 31. ^ http://www.arsenal.com/history/club-records/sequences 32. ^ http://www.mirrorfootball.co.uk/opinion/blogs/mirror-football-blog/Celebrating-100-years-of-Old-Trafford-Jaap-Stam-Andy-Cole-Steve-Coppell-and-MarkHughes-50-Manchester-United-greats-Nos-50-41-article326821.html 33. ^ Football Stats | All Time Stats | Statbunker.com (http://www.statbunker.com/football/ktg/index.php?PL=ktgalltime&Code=EPL&statType=popGoals) 34. ^ "Official Premier League Statistics" (http://www.premierleague.com/page/Statistics/0,,12306,00.html) . http://www.premierleague.com/page/Statistics /0,,12306,00.html. 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Other Ranking Sites


"Historical Rankings of English Football Clubs: Points" (http://www.aboutaball.co.uk/html2/rankings/ranking.php) . Aboutaball.co.uk. http://www.aboutaball.co.uk/html2/rankings/ranking.php. Retrieved 2 December 2006. Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Football_records_in_England" Categories: English football club statistics | Football in England | History of football in England This page was last modified on 10 May 2011 at 09:20. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. See Terms of Use for details. Wikipedia is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization.

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