This year, for the first time, the English, French, German, Italian and Spanish leagues were all retained by the same team that won it last season.
Celebrate, then, the Eredivisie’s commitment to variety: they’ve had a different winner in each of the last three seasons.
Going back a little further, however, and things are a little less predictable across the continent. Obviously, we know you know every English title winner going back to Preston North End in 1889 – so we’ll spare you the task.
What we want you to do instead is name the title winners from Holland, France, Germany, Spain and Italy over the last 30 years – going back all the way to 1990.
That might sound daunting – 150 title winners to name – but in that time, only 33 clubs have been crowned champions across these five countries.
The eagle-eyed among you might notice an asterisk next to a couple of years: those are when the title was subsequently revoked for nefarious deeds. Others might note that the East German Football Championship ran until 1991 – but we’re simplifying things by sticking with the already-running Bundesliga for those two seasons.
We’re giving you six minutes to name them all – once you’re done, send us a screenshot of your score to @FourFourTwo and challenge a pal to do better.
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