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Premier League stats 
Up to and including 12.01.2019
 
Season Position Played Won  Drawn Lost For Against Points 
93/94 3rd 42 23  8 11 82 41 77
94/95 6th 42 20  12 10 67 47 72
95/96 2nd 38 24  6 8 66 37 78
96/97 2nd 38 19  11 8 73 40 68
97/98 13th 38 11  11 16 35 44 44
98/99 13th 38 11  13 14 48 54 46
99/00 11th 38 14  10 14 63 54 52
00/01 11th 38 14  9 15 44 50 51
01/02 4th 38 21  8 9 74 52 71
02/03 3rd 38 21  6 11 63 48 69
03/04 5th 38 13  17 8 52 40 56
04/05 14th 38 10  14 14 47 57 44
05/06 7th 38 1 7 14 47 42 58
06/07 13th 38 1 10 17 38 47 43
07/08 12th 38 11  10 17 45 65 43
08/09 18th 38 7 13 18 40 59 34
10/11 12th 38 11 13 14 56 57 46
11/12 5th 38 19 8 11 56 51 65
12/13 16th 38 11 8 19 45 68 41
13/14 10th 38 15 4 19 43 59 49
14/15 15th 38 10 9 19 40 63 39
15/16 18th 38 9 10 19 44 65 37
17/18 10th 38 12 8 18 39 47 44
18/19 18th 22 4 6 12 16 29 18

Summary:

  P W D L F A Pts GD
Home 452 227 109 116 742 502 790 +240
Away 452 111 122 219 481 716 455  -235
Total 904 338 231 335 1223 1218 1245 +5

Home record seasonal details:

93/94: 46 points from 21 matches 
(14 wins, 4 draws, 3 defeats, 51 goals scored)
94/95:
48 points from 21 matches 
(14 wins, 6 draws, 1 defeat, 46 goals scored)
95/96: 52 points from 19 matches 
(17 wins, 1 draw, 1 defeat, 38 goals scored)
96/97: 42 points from 19 matches 
(13 wins, 3 draws, 3 defeats, 54 goals scored)
97/98: 29 points from 19 matches 
(8 wins, 5 draws, 6 defeats, 22 goals scored)
98/99: 27 points from 19 matches 
(7 wins, 6 draws, 6 defeats, 26 goals scored)
99/00: 35 points from 19 matches 
(10 wins, 5 draws, 4 defeats, 42 goals scored)
00/01: 34 points from 19 matches 
(10 wins, 4 draws, 5 defeats, 26 goals scored)
01/02: 39 points from 19 matches 
(12 wins, 3 draws, 4 defeats, 40 goals scored)
02/03:
47 points from 19 matches 
(15 wins, 2 draws, 2 defeats, 36 goals scored)
03/04:
38 points from 19 matches 
(11 wins, 5 draws, 3 defeats, 33 goals scored)
04/05:
28 points from 19 matches 
(7 wins, 7 draws, 5 defeats, 25 goals scored)
05/06: 38 points from 19 matches
(11 wins, 5 draws, 3 defeats, 28 goals scored)
06/07: 28 points from 19 matches
(7 wins, 7 draws, 5 defeats, 22 goals scored)
07/08
: 29 points from 19 matches
(8 wins, 5 draws, 6 defeats, 25 goals scored)
08/09: 22 points from 19 matches
(5 wins, 7 draws, 7 defeats, 24 goals scored)
10/11: 26 points from 19 matches
(6 wins, 8 draws, 5 defeats, 41 goals scored)
11/12: 38 points from 19 matches
(11 wins, 5 draws, 3 defeats, 29 goals scored)
12/
13
: 28 points from 19 matches
(9 wins, 1 draw, 9 defeats, 24 goals scored)
13/
14
: 27 points from 19 matches
(8 wins, 3 draws, 8 defeats, 23 goals scored)
14/
15
: 26 points from 19 matches
(7 wins, 5 draws, 7 defeats, 26 goals scored)
15/16: 28 points from 19 matches
(7 wins, 7 draws, 5 defeats, 32 goals scored)
17/
18
: 28 points from 19 matches
(8 wins, 4 draws, 7 defeats, 21 goals scored)
18/
19
: 7 points from 11 matches
(2 wins, 1 draw, 8 defeats, 7 goals scored)

Away record seasonal details:

93/94: 31 points from 21 matches 
(9 wins, 4 draws, 8 defeats, 31
goals scored)
94/95: 24 points from 21 matches 
(6 wins, 6 draws, 9 defeats, 21
goals scored)
95/96: 26 points from 19 matches 
(7 wins, 5 draws, 7 defeats, 28
goals scored)
96/97: 26 points from 19 matches 
(6 wins, 8 draws, 5 defeats, 19
goals scored)
97/98: 15 points from 19 matches 
(3 wins, 6 draws, 10 defeats, 13
goals scored)
98/99: 19 points from 19 matches 
(4 wins, 7 draws, 8 defeats, 22
goals scored)
99/00: 17 points from 19 matches 
(4 wins, 5 draws, 10 defeats, 21
goals scored)
00/01: 17 points from 19 matches 
(4 wins, 5 draws, 10 defeats, 18
goals scored)
01/02: 32 points from 19 matches 
(9 wins, 5 draws, 5 defeats, 34
goals scored)
02/03: 22 points from 19 matches 
(6 wins, 4 draws, 9 defeats, 27
goals scored)
03/04: 18 points from 19 matches 
(2 wins, 12 draws, 5 defeats, 19
goals scored)
04/05
: 16 points from 19 matches 
(3 wins, 7 draws, 9 defeats, 22 goals scored)
05/06: 20 points from 19 matches
(6 wins, 2 draws, 11 defeats, 19 goals scored)
06/07: 15 points from 19 matches
(4 wins, 3 draws, 12 defeats, 15 goals scored)
07/08: 14 points from 19 matches
(3 wins, 5 draws, 11 defeats 20 goals scored)
08/09: 12 points from 19 matches
(2 wins, 6 draws, 11 defeats, 16 goals scored)
10/11: 20 points from 19 matches
(5 wins, 5 draws, 9 defeats, 15 goals scored)
11/
12
: 27 points from 19 matches
(8 wins, 3 draws, 8 defeats, 27 goals scored)
12/13: 13 points from 19 matches
(2 wins, 7 draws, 10 defeats, 21 goals scored)
13/
14
: 22 points from 19 matches
(7 wins, 1 draw, 11 defeats, 20 goals scored)
14/
15
: 13 points from 19 matches
(3 wins, 4 draws, 12 defeats, 14 goals scored)
15/
16
: 9 points from 19 matches
(2 wins, 3 draws, 14 defeats, 12 goals scored)
17/
18
: 16 points from 19 matches
(4 wins, 4 draws, 11 defeats, 18 goals scored)
18/
19
: 11 points from 11 matches
(2 wins, 5 draws, 4 defeats, 9 goals scored)

Away wins - by club:

United's 111 Premier League away wins so far have come as follows:

9
Tottenham Hotspur
8
Aston Villa
8 West Ham United
6 Leeds United, smoggies
5 Everton, mackems
4 Arsenal, Bolton Wanderers, Crystal Palace, West Bromwich Albion
3 Blackburn Rovers, Coventry City, Derby County, Fulham, Leicester City, Queens Park Rangers, Sheffield Wednesday
2 Birmingham City, Hull City, Ipswich Town, Stoke City, Swansea City
1 Bournemouth, Burnley, Cardiff City, Chelsea, Charlton Athletic, Huddersfield, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Norwich City, Nottingham Forest, Oldham Athletic, Portsmouth, Sheffield United, Southampton, Wigan Athletic, Wolves.
0 Barnsley, Blackpool, Bradford City, Brighton, Reading, Swindon Town, Watford, Wimbledon

NUFC Premier League Managerial records:

Manager

From To P W D L %pts %wins
Keegan 08/93 01/97 143 78 30 35 61.5 54.5
Cox 01/97 01/97 1 0 1 0 - -
Dalglish 01/97 08/98 56 19 19 18 45.2 33.9
Craig 08/98 08/98 1 0 0 1 - -
Gullit 08/98 08/99 40 11 12 17 37.5 27.5
Clarke 08/99 08/99 1 0 0 1 - -
Robson 09/99 08/04 188 83 51 54 53.2 44.1
Carver 09/04 09/04 1 1 0 0 - -
Souness 09/04 02/06 56 16 17 23 38.7 28.6
Roeder 02/06 05/07 52 21 11 20 47.4 40.4
Pearson 05/07 05/07 1 0 1 0 - -
Allardyce 05/07 01/08 21 7 5 9 41.3 33.3
Pearson 01/08 01/08 1 0 0 1 - -
Keegan 01/08 09/08 19 5 6 8 36.8 26.3
Hughton 09/08 03/09 7 0 2 5 - -
Kinnear* 09/08 02/09 20 5 8 7 38.3 25.0
Shearer 04/09 05/09 8 1 2 5 - -
Hughton 08/10 12/10 16 5 4 7 39.6 31.3
Pardew 12/10 12/14 155 58 34 63 44.7 37.4
Carver 01/15 06/15 19 3 4 12 22.8 15.8
McClaren 06/15 03/16 28 6 6 16 28.6 21.4
Benitez 03/16 ? 70 19 18 33 35.7 27.1

* Blackburn Rovers (h) and West Bromwich Albion (a) included

Top scorers per season (PL only):

1993/94: Andy Cole (34)
1994/95
: Peter Beardsley (12)
1995/96
: Les Ferdinand (25)
1996/97: Alan Shearer (25)
1997/98: John Barnes (6)
1998/99: Alan Shearer (14)
1999/00: Alan Shearer 23)
2000/01: Carl Cort / Nolberto Solano (both 6)
2001/02: Alan Shearer (23)
2002/03: Alan Shearer (17)
2003/04: Alan Shearer (22)
2004/05
: Alan Shearer/Craig Bellamy (both 7)
2005/06: Alan Shearer (10)
2006/07: Obafemi Martins (11)
2007/08: Michael Owen (11)
2008/09: Obafemi Martins/Michael Owen (both 8)
2010/11: Kevin Nolan (12)
2011/
12
: Demba Ba (16)
2012/13: Demba Ba (13)
2013/14: Loic Remy (14)
2014/15: Cisse (11)
2015/16: Wijnaldum (11)
2017/18: Perez (8)
2018/19: Rondon (5)

Dismissals per season (PL only):

1993/94: (1) Srnicek
1994/95: (4) Srnicek, Albert, Lee, Srnicek
1995/96: (1) Beresford
1996/97: (2) Batty, Gillespie
1997/98: (3) Batty, Batty, Batty
1998/99: (4) Dabizas, Pearce, Hamann, Dabizas
1999/00: (3) Shearer, Dabizas, Barton
2000/01: (5) Barton, Solano, Dyer, Solano,
Speed
2001/02: (2)
Bellamy, Shearer
2002/03: (3) Dabizas, Robert, Griffin
2003/04: (3) Robert, O'Brien, O'Brien
2004/05: (5) Bowyer, S.Taylor, Dyer, Bowyer, Ameobi
2005/06: (7) Jenas, Parker, S.Taylor, Bowyer, Babayaro, Boumsong, Carr
2006/07: (1) Bramble
2007/08: (1) Smith
2008/09: (8) Guthrie,
Beye, Bassong, Butt, Nolan, Barton, Bassong, Edgar
2010/11: (2) Colo, R.Taylor
2011/12: (2) Jonas, Gosling
2012/13: (4) Tiote, Colo, Debuchy, Elliott
2013/14: (6) S.Taylor, Yanga, Debuchy, Remy, Ameobi,
Dummett
2014/15: (7) Williamson, Sissoko, S. Taylor, Coloccini, Sissoko, Williamson, Janmaat
2015/16: (5) Janmaat, Mitrovic,
Coloccini, Lascelles, Mitrovic
2017/18: (2) Shelvey, Shelvey
2018/19: (2) Hayden, Yedlin

Total: 83
(6 of which were rescinded)
(NB: this total doesn't include Stephen Carr v the mackems in 2005/06, when a yellow card given in the game was later followed by a retrospective second booking that earned him a suspension as if he'd been sent off during that game.


NUFC @ Premier League grounds:

United have taken part in Premier League games against 48 different clubs on 57 different grounds. That will become 58 grounds, assuming Tottenham's new White Hart Lane gets completed by February
:

Arsenal: Highbury, Emirates Stadium
Aston Villa: Villa Park
Barnsley: Oakwell
Birmingham City: St. Andrews
Blackburn Rovers: Ewood Park
Blackpool: Bloomfield Road
Bolton: Burnden Park, Reebok Stadium
Bournemouth: Dean Court (aka Vitality Stadium)
Bradford City: Valley Parade
Brighton: Amex Stadium
Burnley: Turf Moor
Cardiff City: Cardiff City Stadium
Charlton: The Valley
Chelsea: Stamford Bridge
Coventry: Highfield Road
Crystal Palace: Selhurst Park**
Derby County: Baseball Ground, Pride Park
Everton: Goodison Park
Fulham: Craven Cottage, Loftus Road*
Hull City: KC Stadium aka KCOM Stadium
Huddersfield: John Smith's Stadium
Ipswich Town: Portman Road
Leeds: Elland Road
Leicester: Filbert Street, Walkers/King Power Stadium
Liverpool: Anfield
Manchester City: Maine Road, City of Manchester Stadium aka Etihad Stadium
Manchester United: Old Trafford
Middlesbrough: Riverside
Norwich City: Carrow Road
Nottingham Forest: City Ground
Oldham: Boundary Park
Portsmouth: Fratton Park
QPR: Loftus Road*
Reading: Madejski Stadium
Sheffield Wednesday: Hillsborough
Sheffield United: Bramall Lane
Southampton: The Dell, St.Mary's
Stoke City: Britannia Stadium
mackems: Roker Park, Stadium of Light
Swansea: Liberty Stadium
Swindon: County Ground
Tottenham: White Hart Lane, Wembley
Watford: Vicarage Road
West Brom: The Hawthorns
West Ham: Upton Park,
London Stadium
Wimbledon: Selhurst Park**
Wigan: DW Stadium (aka JJB Stadium)
Wolves: Molineux 

and of course St. James' Park.

*(Loftus Road has hosted games against both QPR and Fulham)
**(Selhurst Park has hosted games against both Wimbledon and Crystal Palace)


Page last updated 13 January, 2019