United, Albion, Forest, Rovers, City, County, Athletic, Hotspur, Villa, Wanderers, Palace, Argyle, Town, Rangers, Wednesday, orient, Alexandra, Dons, Stanley, Celtic (as in farsley), green, Spartans, Moors, Motors, RMI, Borough, That is 26 in my count in all the English divisions.
Ok, whilst not disputing the above are correct, there are at least two, possibly a third league clubs missing from the list.
The first ever winners of the league in 1888, were Preston North End, also missing are Port Vale, and depending on the question posed Dagenham and Redbridge maybe considered a third, although Redbridge is undeniably a place, so not including place names ignore it, if the question posed wanted just endings i would include it.
I would up the answer to 29 endings now of which 22 (inc Dagenham & Redbridge) are league clubs.
North End is an excellent edition to the list however Port Vale is invalid as it is the only football league club to not actually feature an actual geographical place. This in turn eliminates Vauxhall Motors also. The Dagenham and Redbridge call is a dubious one and in my eyes is again, wrong. If including Redbridge, this opens the debate for the inclusion of Hove and other double barrel team names with regards to places. A further two to be included are Victoria (Northwich) and Harriers (Kidderminster) who for a further piece of trivia are the only club in English and Scottish football to feature 5 R's in its team name.
Port Vale are not the only club without a valid geographical place name. Queens Park Rangers are another
Villa, Borough, Town, City, United, Athletic, Academicals, Argyle, Wanderers, Albion, Hotspur, Rovers, Palace, Forest, Rangers, Orient, Wednesday, Dons, Stanley, Alexandra, County, Vale, North End.
yes french clubs and English clubs example :psg (french) and arsenal(English)
One can find a list of football clubs in England by using the website Wkipedia. The website presents a list of football clubs that play in the top ten levels of the English football league. Most of the clubs are directly in England, however some are located outside of England and operate in the English football league.
Portishead united football club 12000 km2
l like English premier league
well there is gyan and essien and probably more
i English football. or real football, my team Birmingham city borrowed our hated neighbours the money to buy their first set of floodlights
The Premier League is an English professional league for men's football clubs. There are 20 clubs contesting in this league. There is a Barclays Premier Football League Table on the website called "PremierLeague".
Man United - catholic Man City - protestants
English Premier League is an association for football clubs. These football clubs run under the system of promotion and relegation. Promotion and relegation means that a team can be transferred to another division base on there yearly performance.
Manchester United and Liverpool are both football clubs in the UK. They are two of the most successful clubs in England and both claim the title of the Greatest English Football Club.