The 2018/19 season was the 27th of the Premier League after its formation in 1992. After numerous discussions with football authorities, players and television broadcasters, the First Division clubs resigned from the Football League in May 1992 and the Premier League was formed, with the inaugural campaign starting on Saturday 15 August of that year.
Below, each of the 26 seasons has been charted with the story of how the titles were won and the players who starred.
From 2011/12’s incredible finale, to Arsenal’s “Invincibles”, as well as Manchester United’s record 13 triumphs, find out more about the rich history of the Premier League.
|1||Guisborough Town Girls U15||4||0||0||12|
|2||Guisborough Town U16||4||0||2||12|
|3||Guisborough Town Girls U14 Falcons||4||0||3||12|
|4||Guisborough Town Ladies||3||2||1||11|
|5||Guisborough Town U13 Lions||3||0||3||9|
|6||Stockton Town Youth U14 Royals||3||0||1||9|
|7||Guisborough Town U14 Whites||3||0||1||9|
|8||Guisborough Town Girls U12||2||1||2||7|
|9||Guisborough Town U7 Reds||0||7||0||7|
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|Guisborough Town U15||New Marske FC||Preview|
|Guisborough Town Girls U11||Boro Rangers U11 Girls Reds||Preview|
|Guisborough Town Ladies||Redcar Athletic Ladies||Preview|
|Saltburn Athletic Dolphins||Guisborough Town U16||Preview|
|Guisborough Town Over 35s||Stockton Town Vets||Preview|
|Boro Rangers U11 Girls Blues||Guisborough Town Girls U11||Preview|
|Boro Rangers U12 Girls Blues||Guisborough Town Girls U12||Preview|
|Richmond Town||Guisborough Town Girls U13||Preview|