This list of Club songs is only for Premier League Clubs with popular songs that are original or adopted by the club as their own. Here is the list of our favorite club songs and a little history behind it. Check to see if you know yours.
- Liverpool – YNWA
Liverpool is best identified by the track You’ll Never Walk Alone by Gerry and the Pacemakers. This has been the clubs theme song since 1963, from the Hillsborough disaster to Istanbul, with the club through thick and thin.
- Chelsea – KTBFFH
Keep The Blue Flag Flying High. Currently, Chelsea FC embraces the Chelsea is our name track. But before the Russian Roman stepped on the scene, Chelsea’s club song was KTBFFH. Most of Chelsea’s success in the past was the League and FA Cup wins. The song is about heading to Wembley and upsetting big teams.
- Manchester United – We’ll Never Die
Most clubs have several songs and chants that the club supporters adopt over the year. With United fans, it’s ‘When the Reds come marching in’ and ‘We’ll never die. The latter song is the older of the two and was originally a tribute to the United players killed in the 1958 plane crash. It is used as a warcry to help remind and rally fans that of United’s past and the club is much bigger than its current players.
- Manchester City – Blue Moon
The noisy neighbors of Manchester adopted Blue Moon as their club song only in the 90’s. There were already several teams in the League with their official color being blue (Chelsea, Everton, etc.).
- West Ham – Blowing Bubbles
Everyone knows this tune. It’s been around for almost a century with the tune going, ‘I’m forever blowing bubbles, pretty bubbles in the air.’ This is matched with real bubbles blown through machines during home games. Quite the pretty picture.
Notable mentions include Nottingham Forest – We’ve got the whole world in our hands, Newcastle United – Blaydon Races, Everton – If you know your History and Derby County – Steve Bloomer’s Watching.
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