Top 10 English clubs ranked by most major competitive trophies won.
10= Blackburn Rovers – 12 trophies The Championship side won their first League Cup back in 2002, this trophy sits alongside three league titles, six FA.cups, a charity shield and a Full Members cup.
10= Newcastle United – 12 trophies Now in the Championship, the Magpies will want to get silverware at St James’ Park soon. Previously they’ve won four first division titles, six FA Cups, a Charity Shield and an Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. this trophy sits alongside three league titles, six FA Cups, a Charity Shield and a Full Members Cup.
9= Nottingham Forest – 13 trophies The Tricky Trees have only won the first division title once but picked up two European Cups, a European Super Cup, two FA Cups, four League Cups, two Full Members Cups, and a Charity Shield.
9= Wolverhampton Wanderers – 13 trophies About to embark on a new era under new owners, Wolves could soon add to their three first division titles, four FA Cups, two League Cups, and four Charity Shields.
8. Manchester City – 18 trophies
The Citizens will be hoping for a glittering season full of silverware
under new boss Pep Guardiola. What will he add to four top-flight
titles, five FA Cups, four League Cups, four Charity Shields and a
UEFA Cup Winners Cup?
7. Aston Villa – 22 trophies
Now in the Championship, their glory days are behind them, but
they won plenty through their history. Seven first division titles,
seven FA Cups, five League Cups, a Charity Shield all reside in
their trophy cabinet, along with a European Cup and a European
5= Tottenham Hotspur – 24 trophies
Spurs went close to winning the Premier League last season but
were ultimately beaten into third by champions Leicester, and
Arsenal. Can they add to two league titles, eight FA Cups, four
League Cups, seven Charity Shields, two UEFA Cups and one
UEFA Cups Winners Cup?
5= Everton – 24 trophies
The Toffees will want to get their hands on some silverware after
21 years without any. Luckily they had previously won nine first
division titles, five FA Cups, nine Charity Shields and the UEFA Cup
4. Chelsea – 28 trophies
The Roman Abramovich era has been kind to the Blues and
subsequently they’ve added plenty of silverware to their trophy
cabinet. Throughout their history they’ve won five top-flight titles,
seven FA Cups, five League Cups, four Charity Shields, two Full
Members Cups, one Champions League, one Europa League, two
UEFA Cup Winners Cups, and one UEFA Super Cup.
3. Arsenal – 43 trophies
The Gunners have won an impressive 13 first division titles, 12 FA
Cups, 14 Charity Shields but just two League Cups, along with one
UEFA Cup Winners Cup and one Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.
2. Liverpool – 60 trophies The Reds will want to end their four-year trophy drought this season but, to be fair, they already have an incredible haul. An excellent 18 first division titles, seven FA Cups, eight League Cups, 15 Charity Shields, one Football League Super Cup, three UEFA Super Cups, three UEFA Cups, and, of course, they’ve won the European Cup five times.
1. Manchester United – 64 trophies
So, topping the table, it’s the Red Devils. They’ve won 20 top-flight
titles, 12 FA Cups, four League Cups, 21 Charity Shields, three
European Cups, one UEFA Cup Winners Cup, one UEFA Super Cup,
one Intercontinental Cup, and one FIFA Cup World Cup.