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Premier League Title Deciders 2017

Premier League Title Deciders 2017

Chelsea beat West Bromwich Albion in last night's Premier League clash and The Hawthorns became the 16th stadium where a Premier League title has been decided.

Since the introduction of the Premier League and the rebrand, 16 stadiums around the country have now seen a tie decide where the title goes that year and it began back in 1992/93 where the inaugural Premier League trophy went to Manchester United owing to Aston Villa's loss at Villa Park to Oldham Athletic.

It's by no means the only time a title has been decided in a game not involving the eventual champion but as you would expect given the usual battlers for the number 1 spot, some stadiums feature far more prominantly than others.

Season
Champions
Ground
Info
1992/93
Man Utd
Villa Park
Villa lose to Oldham
1993/94
Man Utd
Highfield Road
Blackburn lose to Coventry
1994/95
Blackburn R
Upton Park
Man U draw with West Ham
1995/96
Man Utd
Riverside Stadium
Man U beat Middlesbrough
1996/97
Man Utd
Selhurst Park
Liverpool lose to Wimbledon
1997/98
Arsenal
Highbury
Arsenal beat Everton
1998/99
Man Utd
Old Trafford
Man U beat Spurs
1999/00
Man Utd
The Dell
Man U beat Southampton
2000/01
Man Utd
Highbury
Arsenal lose to Middlesbrough
2001/02
Arsenal
Old Trafford
Arsenal beat Man U
2002/03
Man Utd
Highbury
Arsenal lose to Leeds
2003/04
Arsenal
White Hart Lane
Arsenal draw with Spurs
2004/05
Chelsea
Reebok Stadium
Chelsea beat Bolton
2005/06
Chelsea
Stamford Bridge
Chelsea beat Man U
2006/07
Man Utd
Emirates Stadium
Chelsea draw with Arsenal
2007/08
Man Utd
DW Stadium
Man U beat Wigan
2008/09
Man Utd
Old Trafford
Man U draw with Arsenal
2009/10
Chelsea
Stamford Bridge
Chelsea beat Wigan
2010/11
Man Utd
Ewood Park
Man U draw with Blackburn
2011/12
Man City
Etihad Stadium
Man C beat QPR
2012/13
Man Utd
Old Trafford
Man U beat Villa
2013/14
Man City
Etihad Stadium
Man C beat West Ham
2014/15
Chelsea
Stamford Bridge
Chelsea beat Crystal Palace
2015/16
Leicester C
Stamford Bridge
Spurs draw with Chelsea
2016/17
Chelsea
The Hawthorns
Chelsea beat WBA


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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Saturday May 13 2017
Time: 9:00AM

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