1983–84 in English football

The Football League First Division in 1983/84 was the 85th season of the Football League First Division as the highest English football league. It began on August 27, 1983 and ended on 17 May 1984. FC Liverpool won with thirteen points behind the Southampton FC 's now 15 Championship, defending the title from the previous year. Close behind ranked in either a short distance Nottingham Forest, Manchester United and Queens Park Rangers. Of the three climbers Wolverhampton Wanderers, Queens Park Rangers and Leicester City's only the " Wolves ", the class could not keep up and had to after only one year take the course in the Second Division. In addition, increased from Birmingham City and Notts County. These three teams should be in the following season replaced by the three second division team FC Chelsea, Sheffield Wednesday and Newcastle United.

A total of 492 players were used, with Liverpool, the least and the Wolverhampton Wanderers with 30 mustered 15 most players in league games. 108 newcomers were offset by 116 footballers who most recently came into play in the 1983/84 season.

Final Table

Results Table

In the left column of the home teams are listed.

Top scorers

The champion team of Liverpool FC

In the following list, all players were listed who came for Liverpool in a league match for use during the 1983/84 season. It must be noted that in most cases a minimum number of games will be provided in English football to accept the official champion medal allowed. As regards the specific arrangements prior to the introduction of the Premier League, there is lack of clarity, all the players with an asterisk (*) have been provided which have received no champion medal presumably because of their small contribution. In brackets the number of bets as well as the goals achieved are called.

Kenny Dalglish (33/ 7) | Bruce Grobbelaar (42/ 0 ) | Craig Johnston (29/ 2) | Alan Hansen ( 42/1 ) | David Hodgson * (5/ 0 ) | Alan Kennedy (42/ 2) | Mark Lawrenson (42/ 0 ) | Sammy Lee (42/ 2) | Phil Neal (41/ 1) | Steve Nicol (23/ 5) | Michael Robinson ( 24/6 ) | Ian Rush (41/ 32) | Graeme Souness ( 37/7 ) | John Wark * (9/ 2) | Ronnie Whelan (23 /4).