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Aston Villa Amongst The Best Ever

Aston Villa Amongst The Best Ever

The English Football League Archive site has a list of the all time league with all the points counted from 1886 to 2006.

So how do Villa fair?

6th.

The top ten are Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Preston North End and then the mighty claret and blue of Villa. Then there is Sheffield United, Sunderland, Everton and Burnley.

The new money boys of Chelsea only come 31st, Spurs are 37th.

Villa also have one European Cup title*, one Champions Cup and one European Super Cup win.

Domestically we have:

Seven league titles, only bettered by Liverpool (18), Man United (15), Arsenal (13) and Everton (9).

Seven FA Cup trophies only bettered by Man Utd (11), Arsenal (10), Spurs (8) and equalled by Liverpool.

Five League Cup trophies which I believe is second only to Liverpool (7)

*Full list of European Cup/Champions League winners:

EUROPEAN CUP
1956 Real Madrid 4 v 3 Reims
1957 Real Madrid 2 v 0 Fiorentina
1958 Real Madrid 3 v 2 AC Milan (aet)
1959 Real Madrid 2 v 0 Reims
1960 Real Madrid 7 v 3 Eintracht Frankfurt
1961 Benfica 3 v 2 Barcelona
1962 Benfica 5 v 3 Real Madrid
1963 AC Milan 2 v 1 Benfica
1964 Inter Milan 3 v 1 Real Madrid
1965 Inter Milan 1 v 0 Benfica
1966 Real Madrid 2 v 1 Partizan Belgrade
1967 Celtic 2 v 1 Inter Milan
1968 Manchester United 4 v 1 Benfica (aet)
1969 AC Milan 4 v 1 Ajax
1970 Feyenoord 2 v 1 Celtic (aet)
1971 Ajax 2 v 0 Panathinaikos
1972 Ajax 2 v 0 Inter Milan
1973 Ajax 1 v 0 Juventus
1974 Bayern Munich 4 v 0 Atletico Madrid (after 1-1 draw)
1975 Bayern Munich 2 v 0 Leeds United
1976 Bayern Munich 1 v 0 St Etienne
1977 Liverpool 3 v 1 Moenchengladbach
1978 Liverpool 1 v 0 FC Brugge
1979 Nottingham Forest 1 v 0 Malmo
1980 Nottingham Forest 1 v 0 Hamburg
1981 Liverpool 1 v 0 Real Madrid
1982 Aston Villa 1 v 0 Bayern Munich
1983 Hamburg 1 v 0 Juventus
1984 Liverpool 1 v 1 AS Roma (aet, Liverpool 5-4 pens)
1985 Juventus 1 v 0 Liverpool
1986 Steaua Bucharest 0 v 0 Barcelona (aet, Steaua 2-0 pens)
1987 Porto 2 v 0 Bayern Munich
1988 PSV Eindhoven 0 v 0 Benfica (aet, PSV 6-5 pens)
1989 AC Milan 4 v 0 Steaua Bucharest
1990 AC Milan 1 v 0 Benfica
1991 Red Star Belgrade 0 v 0 Marseille (aet, Red Star 5-3 pens)

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
1992 Barcelona 1 v 0 Sampdoria (aet)
1993 Marseille 1 v 0 AC Milan (Subsequently stripped title)
1994 AC Milan 4 v 0 Barcelona
1995 Ajax 1 v 0 AC Milan
1996 Juventus 1 v 1 Ajax (aet, Juventus 4-2 pens)
1997 Borussia Dortmund 3 v 1 Juventus
1998 Real Madrid 1 v 0 Juventus
1999 Manchester United 2 v 1 Bayern Munich
2000 Real Madrid 3 v 0 Valencia
2001 Bayern Munich 1 v 1 Valencia (aet, Bayern 5-4 pens)
2002 Real Madrid 2 v 1 Leverkusen
2003 AC Milan 0 v 0 Juventus (aet, Milan 3-2 pens)
2004 FC Porto 3 v 0 Monaco
2005 Liverpool 3 v 3 AC Milan (aet, Liverpool 3-2 pens)
2006 Barcelona 2 v 1 Arsenal

2009 Aston Villa 3 v 0 Real Madrid

# Figures checked on a few sites, if anyone can see any inacuracies, please point them out in the article comments below.

Thanks to Lee Lindsay for the league table link and Michael Bakewell for cup win lists.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday October 26 2006
Time: 12:38PM

Comments

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Any time Jon!
leelindsay
26/10/2006 12:44:00
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Not a bad record and now we've MON and Randy, I'm sure we can improve on it!
The Fear
26/10/2006 12:50:00
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Correction - 2009 Aston Villa 4 v 0 Real Madrid
Equatorialvilla
26/10/2006 12:59:00
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january will be our time then we can get a couple of pure quality players. 20 plus a season striker would do for starters.
samtozer
26/10/2006 13:06:00
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Wolverhampton Wanderers????? Really???? Now I have to say I'm amazed by that!
DeanoVilla
26/10/2006 13:31:00
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thats should shut a few spurs fans up, idiots
son_of_cher
26/10/2006 13:45:00
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Deano why is it surprising about wolves? they used to have a good team many many years ago. does this league include points from all leagues or just from the top league?
industrial_musical
26/10/2006 13:53:00
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Wolves, i was more surprised about Preston, 1 thing Abromovich cant buy is a history.
silkie villain
26/10/2006 14:11:00
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I honestly didnt know Wolves had such a proud history. My dad tells me about the likes of Preston and Burnley being great way back but didnt realise Wolves were too.
DeanoVilla
26/10/2006 14:37:00
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I hate spurs fans.... they are almost as bad as Blues. I hope they get relegated, although Its very doubtfull!
leelindsay
26/10/2006 14:40:00
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