Last time every Premier League and Championship club lifted trophy with Everton bottom

Frank Lampard’s beleaguered Toffees lost at drop rivals Burnley on Wednesday night to further threaten their unbroken stay in the top flight of English football

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Frank Lampard on Bill Kenwright’s message to Everton players

Everton are in real danger of being relegated from the top flight on English football for the first time since 1951.

Wednesday night saw the Toffees suffer a sobering defeat to drop rivals Burnley, despite having led at half-time. Manager Frank Lampard insisted afterwards that his side can survive although their wretched form belies that confidence. He said: “I think all the teams around us in the table have similar issues, whether it’s home or away.

“Everything’s challenging, no matter this result. The challenge is to stay in the league, we’ve got nine games to do it, 27 points. We lost points that we should have gained because it wasn’t a game to lose for us . “

As well as their current struggles, Everton are also in the midst of a long, long trophy drought. Mirror Football has looked at the last time each club in the top two tiers lifted a trophy. This includes league titles, domestic or European trophies and play-off final victories.

The anomaly of this is for those teams who have been promoted in second spot which is not classed as winning a trophy, whereas play-off winners are. For Everton, you have to go back 27 years for the last time they lifted a piece of silverware. That was the 1995 Community Shield which they won after beating Blackburn Rovers.






Dave Watson of Everton holds aloft the Community Shield back in 1995

Of the 44 current sides in the Premier League and Championship, Nottingham Forest are the only other side not to have won a trophy since the Millennium. Their last success was the First Division title back in 1998. Liverpool are the most recent winners on this list, having lifted February’s EFL Cup.

Last trophy win for Premier League sides

Arsenal – 2020 Community Shield (beat Liverpool 5-4 on pens, 1-1 after 90 mins)

Aston Villa – 2019 Championship play-off final (beat Derby County 2-1)

Brentford – 2021 Championship play-off final (beat Swansea City 2-0)

Brighton – 2011 League One title

Burnley – 2016 Championship title

Chelsea – 2022 Club World Cup title (beat Palmeiras 2-1 AET)






Chelsea lift the FIFA Club World Cup

Crystal Palace – 2013 Championship play-off final (beat Watford AET)

Everton – 1995 Community Shield (beat Blackburn 1-0)

Leeds United – 2020 Championship title

Leicester City – 2021 Community Shield (beat Man City 1-0)

Liverpool – 2022 EFL Cup (beat Chelsea 11-10 on pens, 0-0 AET)

Manchester City – 2021 Premier League title






Manchester City lift last season’s Premier League title

Manchester United – 2017 Europa League (beat Ajax 2-0)

Newcastle – 2017 Championship title

Norwich – 2021 Championship title

Southampton – 2010 Football League Trophy (beat Carlisle 4-1)

Tottenham – 2008 EFL Cup (beat Chelsea 2-1 AET)

Watford – 2006 Championship play-off final (beat Leeds 3-0)

West Ham – 2012 Championship play-off final (beat Blackpool 2-1)

Wolves – 2018 Championship title

Last trophy win for Championship sides

Barnsley – 2016 League One play-off final (beat Millwall 3-1)

Birmingham – 2011 EFL Cup (beat Arsenal 2-1)

Blackburn – 2002 EFL Cup (beat Tottenham 2-1)

Blackpool – 2021 League One play-off final (beat Lincoln 2-1)

Bournemouth – 2015 Championship title

Bristol City – 2015 League One title

Cardiff – 2013 Championship title

Coventry – 2020 League One title (on points-per-game method)

Derby – 2007 Championship play-off final (beat West Brom 1-0)

Fulham – 2020 Championship play-off final (beat Brentford 2-1 AET)

Huddersfield – 2017 Championship play-off final (beat Reading 4-3 on pens, 0-0 AET)

Hull – 2021 League One title






Hull City celebrate last year’s League One title win

Luton – 2019 League One title

Middlesbrough – 2004 EFL Cup (beat Bolton 2-1)

Millwall – 2017 League One play-off final (beat Bradford 1-0)

Nottingham Forest – 1998 Championship (First Division) title

Peterborough – 2014 Football League Trophy (beat Chesterfield 3-1)

Preston – 2015 League One play-off final (beat Swindon 4-0)

QPR – 2014 Championship play-off final (beat Derby 1-0)

Reading – 2012 Championship title

Sheffield United – 2017 League One title






Sheffield United won the League One title with 100 points back in 2017

Stoke – 2002 League One (Second Division) play-off final (beat Brentford 2-0)

Swansea – 2013 EFL Cup (beat Bradford 5-0)

West Brom – 2008 Championship title

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