9 books about Premier League Champions
No Premier League season is the same. Even though there are a maximum of six teams seriously battling for the Premier League title. Or are there? Because who can forget Leicester City’s remarkable Premier League campaign in 2015/2016? And do you remember ‘The Invincibles’ or that stoppage time goal that secured the Premier League title?
Below we have listed 9 books about Premier League Champions.
1. Manchester City: #Centurions – Premier League Champions 2017/18
Author: Manchester City | Year: 2018
Manchester City became the first Premier League club to collect 100 points in a season. Pep Guardiola’s men set a near-perfect season and scored over a 100 goals. This book takes a look at City’s 2017/2018 campaign. The team was also filmed during the season, which you can see in All or Nothing on Amazon.
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2. Invincible: Inside Arsenal’s Unbeaten 2003-2004 Season
Author: Amy Lawrence | Year: 2015
In Invincible, Amy Lawrence takes us on a journey through Arsenal’s unbeaten 2003/2004 season. Arsene Wenger was still in charge at the time, leading a team including players such as Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp.
3. 5000-1 The Leicester City Story
Author: Rob Tanner | Year: 2016
The odds were 5000-1 for Leicester City to win the 2015/16 Premier League season. The team with players like Schmeichel, Morgan, Kanté, Mahrez and Vardy beat those odds and were crowned champions. Rob Tanner tells the unimaginable story of Leicester’s season.
4. The Immortals – The story of Leicester City’s Premier League Season 2015/16
Author: Harry Harris | Year: 2016
Harry Harris also takes a look at Leicester City’s fairy tale run in his book The Immortals. Included are reactions from trainer Claudio Ranieri, players, staff, pundits and fans.
5. Manchester City FC – 90 + 5
Author: David Clayton – Sport Media | Year: 2012
Around 95 interviews, this book tells Manchester City’s story from their 2001/2002 season until their winning campaign in 2011/12. A title that was lost at 90 minutes on the final match day, but won back in the five minutes of stoppage time.
6. Chelsea FC: Premier League Champions 2017
Author: Chelsea FC | Year: 2017
This is a must-have book for Chelsea fans as a memento of their 2016/2017 winning season. Written by the club, the book takes a look at Antonio Conte’s successful first year in charge.
7. Manchester United – 20 Times Champions of England, We Got our Trophy Back
Author: John White | Year: 2013
John White tells the story of Manchester United’s Championship campaign in 2012/13. The season after United lost out on the title to rivals Manchester City on the last day of the season. A season that would become Sir Alex Ferguson’s last as manager of the club and that brought the club its 20th English League title and 13th Premier League title.
8. Veni Vidi Vici: Following Chelsea 2016-17
Author: Alexandra Churchill (Girl Who Likes Balls) | Year: 2017
In Veni Vidi Vici you see Chelsea’s 2016/17 Championship campaign through the eyes of a home and away ticket holder. Sarcastic, rude and funny are some of the words describing the book, which is based on the author’s blog.
9. The Premier League: 25 Years: A History Written by the Fans for the Fans
Author: Lloyd Pettiford | Year: 2017
A look at the first 25 Premier League seasons (until 2016/17) through the eyes of fans. Lloyd Pettiford takes you on a journey, touching upon all clubs that have played in the Premier League and also looks at the Champions.
Which Premier League Championship campaigns do you remember? And which other books about Premier League Champions should we add to this list?