1930-1939

Arsenal 33-34Arsenal won five League titles in the 1930s. In 1933-34, they became the second club ever to win three consecutive championships, after Huddersfield Town. Both sides were put together by Herbert Chapman, who died during the 1933-34 season.

1930-31 First Division | Second Division | Third Division (North) | Third Division (South)
1931-32 First Division | Second Division | Third Division (North) | Third Division (South)
1932-33 First Division | Second Division | Third Division (North) | Third Division (South)
1933-34 First Division | Second Division | Third Division (North) | Third Division (South)
1934-35 First Division | Second Division | Third Division (North) | Third Division (South)
1935-36 First Division | Second Division | Third Division (North) | Third Division (South)
1936-37 First Division | Second Division | Third Division (North) | Third Division (South)
1937-38 First Division | Second Division | Third Division (North) | Third Division (South)
1938-39 First Division | Second Division | Third Division (North) | Third Division (South)

1939-40 Season abandoned after three matches due to the outbreak of the Second World War. League football was suspended until 1946.

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