|premier league standings 2000||0.64||0.4||8761||47|
|premier league standings 2005||1.52||0.8||9695||54|
|premier league standings 2004||0.94||1||426||77|
|premier league standings 2001||0.96||1||4787||37|
|premier league standings 2002||0.68||0.6||9015||52|
|premier league standings 2007||1.4||0.2||2100||68|
|premier league standings 2003||0.89||0.8||2286||65|
|premier league standings 2006||1.82||0.6||3607||2|
|premier league standings 2009||0.68||0.6||2362||15|
|premier league standings 2008||1.27||0.5||292||37|
|premier league table 2000 final standings||1.66||0.9||881||47|
We track football league standings for every football season including the 2000/01 season of football only at ScoresPro - #1 football livescores website for all of the England's Premier League tables.What happened in the FA Premier League in 2000?
The 2000–01 FA Premier League (known as the FA Carling Premiership for sponsorship reasons) was the ninth FA Premier League season and the third season running which ended with Manchester United as champions and Arsenal as runners-up. Sir Alex Ferguson became the first manager to win three successive English league titles with the same club.Who was the Premier League Manager in the 2000–01 season?
The most successful English manager in the 2000–01 Premier League campaign was Peter Reid, whose Sunderland side finished seventh, having spent most of the season challenging for a place in Europe, and briefly occupied second place in the Premier League table.How many seasons have there been in the Premier League?
All-Time Premier League Ladders with clubs’ points won and final standings for all 30 seasons from 1992-93 to 2021-22. Premier League Ladders are in 3 sections of 10 seasons. Scroll the EPL Ladder to compare history of Premier League Table Final standings and points for every season.