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FA Premier league

The FA Premier league is the top soccer league division for English Football League teams. It is governed by The Football Association.

It was created in the 1992 as the Premiership and replaced the old First Division.

Teams There are 20 teams in the FA Premier League. At the start of each season, the bottom three teams of last season are relegated into Division 1 and the top two teams from Division 1, together with the winner of a series of play-offs between the 3rd-6th teams of Division 1, are promoted into the FA Premier League. These are the teams for the 2003/04 season:

Previous League Champions
Season Winner Total wins Remarks
2002/03 Manchester United F.C. 8 (15) Nil
2001/02 Arsenal F.C. 2 (12) Double (FA Cup)
2000/01 Manchester United F.C. 7 (14) Nil
1999/00 Manchester United F.C. 6 (13) Nil
1998/99 Manchester United F.C. 5 (12) Treble (FA Cup,
UEFA Champions League)
1997/98 Arsenal F.C. 1 (11) Double (FA Cup)
1996/97 Manchester United F.C. 4 (11) Nil
1995/96 Manchester United F.C. 3 (10) Double (FA Cup)
1994/95 Blackburn Rovers F.C.[?] 1 (3) Nil
1993/94 Manchester United F.C. 2 (9) Double (FA Cup)
1992/93 Manchester United F.C. 1 (8) Nil

The figure in brackets is the number of English league championships won, including pre-1992 Division 1 titles.

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See also: First Division, Second Division[?], Third Division[?]

2001/02 | 2002/03 | 2003/04

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