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Statistics of The Football League in the 1991/1992 season.

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Overview

First Division

The last-ever league championship before the creation of the Premier League was won by Leeds United who overhauled Manchester United thanks to the efforts of players like future Celtic, Coventry, Southampton and Middlesbrough manager Gordon Strachan, Lee Chapman, David Batty and future manager Gary McAllister. After runners-up United came newly promoted Sheffield Wednesday, who were quickly emerging as one of the most feared sides in England.

Defending champions Arsenal slipped to fourth place in the 1991-92 season and never made a serious threat to retain their title. The previous season's runners-up Liverpool slipped to sixth in their first full season under the management of Graeme Souness.

Newly promoted West Ham United were relegated in bottom place, with another newly promoted side — Notts County — following days later. The last day of the season saw Luton Town lose their top flight status after 10 seasons. 17 years later they would fall into the Conference.

Second Division

John Lyall took Ipswich Town back to the First Division after a six-year absence for the Suffolk club. The Tractor Boys were followed up by runners-up Middlesbrough, but it was playoff winners Blackburn Rovers whose promotion made the biggest headlines. Bankrolled by millionaire chairman Jack Walker and managed by former Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish, Rovers beat Leicester 1-0 in the playoff final to end a 26-year exile from the top flight.

The Second Division relegation places were occupied by Port Vale, Plymouth Argyle and Brighton & Hove Albion - the latter team had been playoff losing finalists just 12 months before going down, but their fortunes had been ruined by financial problems.

Third Division

New manager Phil Holder guided Brentford to a surprise Third Division championship success, while Terry Cooper's Birmingham occupied runners-up spot and the playoffs were won by Chris Turner's Peterborough United.

The Third Division drop zone was occupied by Shrewsbury Town, Bury, Torquay United and Darlington.

Fourth Division

Burnley won the Fourth Division title to join Wolverhampton Wanderers as champions of all four divisions of the Football League. 17 years later they would make it back to the top flight after 33 years away. Also going up were Rotherham United, Mansfield Town and play-off winners Blackpool.

On 25 March 1992, Aldershot were declared bankrupt and obliged to resign from the Football League - their record was expunged. In 2008 Aldershot Town restored league football to the town. There was no relegation from the Football League in 1991-92. Carlisle United finished bottom, and Conference champions Colchester United returned to the league after a two-year absence.

League standings

Football League, First Division
Season1991–92
ChampionsLeeds United
RelegatedLuton Town
Notts County
West Ham United
UEFA Champions League 1992–93Leeds United
European Cup Winners' Cup 1992–93Liverpool
UEFA Cup 1992–93Manchester United
Sheffield Wednesday[1]
Matches played462
Goals scored1166 (2.52 per match)
Top goalscorerIan Wright (Crystal Palace/Arsenal), 29
Biggest home win?
Biggest away win?
Highest scoring?
Longest winning run?
Longest unbeaten run?
Longest losing run?
Highest attendance?
Lowest attendance?
Average attendance?

First Division

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAWDLGFGAGFGAGDPtsNotes
1Leeds United421380381398436247437+ 3782UEFA Champions League 1992–93
First round
2Manchester United421272341398429206333+ 3078UEFA Cup 1992–93
First Round
[2]
3Sheffield Wednesday421353392487623256249+ 1375UEFA Cup 1992–93
First Round
4Arsenal421272512378630248147+ 3472[1]
5Manchester City421344321476829346148+ 1370[1]
6Liverpool4213533417311713234740+ 764UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1992–93
First round
7Aston Villa4213353116461117284834+ 1460
8Nottingham Forest4210743627641124316058+ 259
9Sheffield United429662923731136406563+ 257
10Crystal Palace42786242577729365461– 757
11Queens Park Rangers426105252168723264847+ 154
12Everton428852819561024325251+ 153
13Wimbledon421056322039921335353± 053
14Chelsea42786313066919305060– 1053
15Tottenham Hotspur427311333584925285863– 552
16Southampton42759172875922273955– 1652
17Oldham Athletic4211554636341417316367– 451
18Norwich City428672928361218353763– 2645
19Coventry City426781815541217293544– 944
20Luton Town4210742517051614543971– 4242
21Notts County427592429351316334062– 2240
22West Ham United426692224351315353759– 2238
  1. ^ a b c English teams were still affected by the 1985 UEFA ban, imposed upon the Heysel Disaster, in that they had to earn back
    additional places to the UEFA Cup. The teams that missed out on this competition due to UEFA regulations are marked here with grey.
  2. ^ Manchester United were this season's League Cup winners.


Key
League Champions, qualified for Champions League
FA Cup winners, qualified for Cup Winners' Cup
Qualified for UEFA Cup
League Cup winners, qualified for UEFA Cup
Previous UEFA Cup spot, not qualified
Relegated


Division Two play-offs

The semifinals were decided over two legs, and only the aggregates are given in the schemata below. The final consisted of only a single match.
The full results can be found at: Football League Division Two play-offs 1992.

Semi-Final Final
3rd Derby County4 
6th Blackburn Rovers5  6th Blackburn Rovers1
4th Leicester City6 4th Leicester City0
5th Cambridge United1 


Second Division

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAWDLGFGAGFGAGDPtsNotes
1Ipswich Town (C)461634422289628287050+ 2084
2Middlesbrough4615623713851021285841+ 1780
3Derby County4611483524125634276951+ 1878
4Leicester City4614454124941021316255+ 1377
5Cambridge United461094341998631286547+ 1874
6Blackburn Rovers4614544121761029327053+ 1774[1]
7Charlton Athletic469772523114829255448+ 671
8Swindon Town4615353822312831336955+ 1469
9Portsmouth4615624112461324396551+ 1469
10Watford46959252396826255148+ 365
11Wolverhampton Wanderers4611663624741225296153+ 864
12Southend United4611573726661126376161± 062
13Bristol Rovers4611934329551317346063– 362
14Tranmere Rovers469953732510819245656± 061
15Millwall4610493232761032396471– 761
16Barnsley4611482625571119324557– 1259
17Bristol City4610853024371325475571– 1654
18Sunderland4610853623431625426165– 453
19Grimsby Town4675112528761022344762– 1553
20Newcastle United469863830451428546684– 1852
21Oxford United4610673930351527436673– 750
22Plymouth Argyle4611572626241716384264– 1848
23Brighton & HA467793637541420405677– 2147
24Port Vale467882325371319344259– 1745
  1. ^ Blackburn Rovers won the play-offs and were promoted.


Key
Division Champions
Promoted
Into play-offs
Relegated


Division Three playoffs

The semifinals were decided over two legs, and only the aggregates are given in the schemata below. The final consisted of only a single match.
The full results can be found at: Football League Division Three play-offs 1992.

Semi-Final Final
3rd Huddersfield Town3 
6th Peterborough United4  6th Peterborough United1
4th Stoke City1 5th Stockport County2
5th Stockport County2 


Third Division

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAWDLGFGAGFGAGDPtsNotes
1Brentford (C)4617245529851026268155+ 2682
2Birmingham City461562422286927306952+ 1781
3Huddersfield Town461544361578823235938+ 2178
4Stoke City461454452479724256959+ 1077
5Stockport County4615534719751128327549+ 2676[1]
6Peterborough United461373382077927386558+ 1374
7West Bromwich Albion461265452578819246449+ 1571
8Bournemouth461346331877919305248+ 471
9Fulham461175291686928375753+ 470
10Leyton Orient4612743618641326346252+ 1065
11Hartlepool United4612563021661127365757± 065
12Reading469863327751126355962– 361
13Bolton Wanderers4610942619481131375756+ 159
14Hull City469410282377926315454± 059
15Wigan Athletic4611663321481125435864– 659
16Bradford City468105363059926316261+ 158
17Preston North End4612744232351519406172– 1157
18Chester City4610673429481122305659– 356
19Swansea City 4610943524451420415565– 1056
20Exeter City4611753425341623555780– 2353
21Bury468783131551324435574– 1951
22Shrewsbury Town467793031541423375368– 1547
23Torquay United4613372919051813494268– 2647
24Darlington4655133139521625515690– 3437
  1. ^ Stockport County won the play-offs and were promoted.


Key
Division Champions
Promoted
Into play-offs
Relegated


Division Four playoffs

The semifinals were decided over two legs, and only the aggregates are given in the schemata below. The final consisted of only a single match.
The full results can be found at: Football League Division Four play-offs 1992.

Semi-Final Final
4th Blackpool2 
7th Barnet1  4th Blackpool1
5th Scunthorpe United4 5th Scunthorpe United1[1]
6th Crewe Alexandra2 
  1. ^ The score was 1–1 after extra time. Scunthorpe United won 4–3 on penalties.


Fourth Division

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAWDLGFGAGFGAGDPtsNotes
1Burnley (C)4214434216114637277943+ 3683
2Rotherham United4212633816105632217036+ 3477
3Mansfield Town4213444326104732277553+ 2277
4Blackpool421731481357923327145+ 3676
5Scunthorpe United4214523818741025416359+ 472[1]
6Crewe Alexandra421263332084933316651+ 1570
7Barnet4216144823551133388161+ 2069
8Rochdale421263342267823315753+ 467
9Cardiff City 4213354226412524276453+ 1166UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1992–93
First round
10Lincoln City42957212486729205044+ 662
11Gillingham4212544119371122346353+ 1057
12Scarborough4212543928371125406468– 457
13Chesterfield42678262884923334961– 1253
14Wrexham 4211463126351321475273– 2151
15Walsall4251062826731120324862– 1449
16Northampton425972523641121334656– 1046
17Hereford United429483124341413334457– 1344
18Maidstone United426962422291021344556– 1142
19York City426962623271216354258– 1640
20Halifax Town427592335331511404475– 3138
21Doncaster Rovers4262132135361219304065– 2535
22Carlisle United425972427241517404167– 2634
22Aldershot
  1. ^ Scunthorpe United won the play-offs and were promoted.


Key
Division Champions
Promoted
Into play-offs
Welsh Cup winners, qualified for the Cup Winners' Cup
Failed re-election


See also

References

 

All translations of 1991–92_Football_League


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