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FMFA PREMIER DIVISION (s1-)
Current Champions: Liverpool

 

Season 1 - Manchester United (Tom Wright)
Season 2 - Chelsea (Jason Fortune)
Season 3 - Manchester United (Tom Wright)
Season 4 - Manchester United (Tom Wright)
Season 5 - Everton (David Gooch)
Season 6 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)
Season 7 - Everton (David Gooch)
Season 8 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)
Season 9 - Everton (David Gooch)
Season 10 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)
Season 11 - Everton (David Gooch)
Season 12 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)
Season 13 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)

Season 14 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)

 

FMFA DIVISION ONE (s2, s4, s6-)
Current Champions: West Ham United

 

Season 1 - Not contested
Season 2 - Swansea City (Thomas Edvardsen)
Season 3 - Not contested

Season 4 - Wolverhampton Wanderers (Holly)
Season 5 - Not contested
Season 6 - Stoke City (Duncan Masaldo)

Season 7 - Aston Villa (Ian McNamara)
Season 8 - Newcastle United (Harry Kleinjan)
Season 9 - Chelsea (Will Schoolar)
Season 10 - Leicester City (Will Schoolar)
Season 11 - Crystal Palace (Gary Goodson)
Season 12 - Chelsea (Pip Aldridge)

Season 13 - Stoke City (Aaron Burrows)

Season 14 - West Ham United (Mike McLeod)

 

FMFA DIVISION ONE PLAY-OFF (s6-)
Current Champions: Tottenham Hotspur

 

Season 6 - Bournemouth (Daniel Perry)
Season 7 - Not Contested
Season 8 - Queens Park Rangers (Joe Brown)
Season 9 - Wolverhampton Wanderers (Holly Mason)
Season 10 - Manchester City (Derek Purvis)
Season 11 - Burnley (Neil Stockley)
Season 12 - Aston Villa (Alex Nock)

Season 13 - Wolverhampton Wanderers (Holly Mason)

Season 14 - Tottenham Hotspur (Daniel Mason)

 

FMFA CUP (s1-)
Current Champions: Liverpool

 

Season 1 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)
Season 2 - Norwich City (David Gooch (Caretaker))
Season 3 - Manchester United (Tom Wright)
Season 4 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)
Season 5 - Arsenal (Daniel Mason)
Season 6 - Newcastle United (Harry Kleinjan)
Season 7 - Altrincham (Tom Wright)*
Season 8 - Tottenham Hotspur (Neil Stockley)
Season 9 - Newcastle United (Harry Kleinjan)
Season 10 - Manchester United (Tom Wright)
Season 11 - Chelsea (Pip Aldridge)
Season 12 - Sunderland (Tony Ayre)

Season 13 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)

 

FMFA CHAMPIONS CUP (s1-)
Current Champions: Liverpool

 

Season 1 - Manchester United (Tom Wright)
Season 2 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)
Season 3 - Chelsea (Jason Fortune)
Season 4 - Aston Villa (Nathan Pursey)
Season 5 - Manchester United (Tom Wright)
Season 6 - Arsenal (Craig Pritchard)
Season 7 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)
Season 8 - Tottenham Hotspur (Neil Stockley)
Season 9 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)
Season 10 - Everton (David Gooch)
Season 11 - Manchester United (Tom Wright)
Season 12 - Chelsea (Pip Aldridge)

Season 13 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)

Season 14 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)

 

FMFA ANGLO-AMERICAN CUP (s11-)
Current Champions: Everton

 

Season 11 - Sunderland (Tony Ayre)
Season 12 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)

Season 13 - Everton (David Gooch)

 

FMFA LEAGUE CUP (s11-)
Current Champions: Leicester City

 

Season 11 - Wolverhampton Wanderers (Holly Mason)
Season 12 - Manchester United (Tom Wright)

Season 13 - Leicester City (Will Schoolar)

 

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YDL Group A (s9-)
Current Champions: Everton

Season 9 - Everton (David Gooch)

YDL Group B (s9-)
Current Champions: Sunderland

Season 9 - Sunderland (Tony Ayre)

YDL CUP (s2, s9-)
Current Champions: Liverpool

Season 2 - Manchester City (Derek Purvis)
Season 9 - Liverpool (Thomas Edvardsen)

Defunct Competitions

FMFA LEOPARD LEAGUE (s6-s7)
Current Champions: Tranmere Rovers

Season 6 - Altrincham (Tom Wright)
Season 7 - Tranmere Rovers (Neil Stockley)

FMFA TROPHY (s6-s7)
Current Champions: Sunderland

Season 6 - Bournemouth (Daniel Perry)
Season 7 - Sunderland (Tony Ayre)

FMFA SHIELD (s6-s7)
Current Champions: Stoke City

Season 6 - Darlington 1883 (David Gooch)
Season 7 - Stoke City (Duncan Masaldo)

FMFA WOLF LEAGUE RELEGATION PLAY-OFF (s6-s7)
Current Champions: Watford

Season 6 - Watford (Alice Derkacz)
Season 7 - Not Contested

*Altrincham were unable to defend their title, or take their place in the Season 8 Champions Cup, due to the team leaving the game at the end of Season 7.

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Manager			Teams		League Wins		Cup Wins	Total
Thomas Edvardsen	liv, swa	7			8		15	
Tom Wright		mnu, alt	4			8		12
David Gooch		eve, nor, dar	4			4		8
Neil Stockley		tot, tra	1			2		3
Harry Kleinjan		new		1			2		3
Tony Ayre		sun		0			3		3
Pip Aldridge		che		1			2		3
Jason Fortune		che		1			1		2
Duncan Masaldo		sto		1			1		2
Will Schoolar		che, lei	2			1		3
Holly Mason		wol		1			1		2
Ian McNamara		ast		1			0		1
Daniel Mason		ars		0			1		1
Nathan Pursey		bou		0			1		1
Craig Pritchard		ars		0			1		1
Daniel Perry		bou		0			1		1
Gary Goodson		cry		1			0		1
Aaron Burrows		sto		1			0		0
Mike McLeod		whu		1			0		0



Club			League Wins		Cup Wins		Total
Liverpool		6			8			14
Manchester United	3			6			9
Chelsea			3			4			7
Everton			4			1			5
Newcastle United	1			2			3
Arsenal			0			2			2
Altrincham		1			1			2
Tottenham Hotspur	0			2			2
Sunderland		0			3			3
Wolverhampton Wanderers	1			1			2
Leicester City		1			1			2
Stoke City		2			0			2
Swansea City		1			0			1
Aston Villa		1			0			1
Norwich City		0			1			1
Aston Villa		0			1			1
Tranmere Rovers		1			0			1
Bournemouth		0			1			1
Stoke City		0			1			1
Darlington 1883		0			1			1
Crystal Palace		1			0			1
West Ham United		1			0			1

 

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That Champions Cup win has taken Liverpool up above Manchester United as the out and out all time winner in regards to trophies won with 2 leagues and 5 cups compared to Man U's 3 leagues and 3 cups. Come on @Tom!!

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Well then Ed's title was short lived. Tom Wright is now the most successful manager in FMFA history after his FMFA Cup and Champions Cup successes took him to 10 titles in his time at Man U and Altrincham.

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Updated for Season 12. Tom is still the most successful manager thanks to his FMFA League Cup win but Eduardo is right behind him after winning the Anglo-American Cup and the Premier League. Chelsea's 2 triumphs this season take them 3rd overall, leapfrogging Everton.

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By the look of it, the table is wrong. Both myself and Tom got 11 titles, David 7

 


Tom
3 League titles with Man Utd
3 Champions Cup with Man Utd
2 FMFA Cup titles with Man Utd
1 FMFA League Cup with Man Utd
1 FMFA Cup title with Altrincham
1 Lepoard League title with Altrincham

Thomas
4 League titles with Liverpool
3 Champions Cup with Liverpool
2 FMFA Cup titles with Liverpool
1 Anglo-American Cup with Liverpool
1 League title with Swansea City

David
4 League titles with Everton
1 Champions Cup with Everton
1 FMFA Cup title with Norwich City
1 FMFA Shield with Darlington

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