DIVISION 1  1934/35
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Leading League goalscorer:
Ted Drake
 (Arsenal)
 42  goals

Arsenal became only the second club (after Huddersfield Town) to win a hat-trick of consecutive League championships.

Middlesbrough defender Robert Stuart holds the unenviable League record for most own-goals in a season with 5 in the clubs' 1934/35 First Division campaign. Ironically he made a total of 247 League appearances for Teesside club but only managed 2 goals at the right end!

Stoke full-back Bob McGrory retired as a player at the end of the season at the age of 43 - having played in every one of Stoke's 42 League matches that season.

  Season Results 1 Arsenal 42 23 12 7 115 46 58
    2 Sunderland 42 19 16 7 90 51 54
    3 Sheffield Wednesday 42 18 13 11 70 64 49
    Season Results 4 Manchester City 42 20 8 14 82 67 48
    5 Grimsby Town 42 17 11 14 78 60 45
    6 Derby County 42 18 9 15 81 66 45
    Season Results 7 Liverpool 42 19 7 16 85 88 45
    Season Results 8 Everton 42 16 12 14 89 88 44
    9 West Bromwich Albion 42 17 10 15 83 83 44
    10 Stoke City 42 18 6 18 71 70 42
    11 Preston North End 42 15 12 15 62 67 42
    Season Results 12 Chelsea 42 16 9 17 73 82 41
    Season Results 13 Aston Villa 42 14 13 15 74 88 41
    14 Portsmouth 42 15 10 17 71 72 40
    15 Blackburn Rovers 42 14 11 17 66 78 39
    16 Huddersfield Town 42 14 10 18 76 71 38
    17 Wolverhampton W. 42 15 8 19 88 94 38
    18 Leeds United 42 13 12 17 75 92 38
    19 Birmingham 42 13 10 19 63 81 36
    20 Middlesbrough 42 10 14 18 70 90 34
    21 Leicester City 42 12 9 21 61 86 33 Relegated
    22 Tottenham Hotspur 42 10 10 22 54 93 30 Relegated