Everton are in big trouble following their 3-2 defeat to Burnley in the Premier League on Wednesday night.

It was a result that left Frank Lampard’s side just one point above Burnley with just nine matches remaining.

But it’s who those nine matches are against that’s the real worry. The Toffees face a nightmare schedule between now and the end of the season and will need to spring a few surprise results if they want to survive.

It really has been a miserable few years to be an Evertonian. In fact, it’s been a miserable 27 years.

That’s how long it’s been since Everton last won a trophy – the Community Shield in 1995.

And after research from the Mirror, that means Everton have gone longer than any Premier League or Championship club since they last won a trophy.

A trophy counts league titles, domestic or European trophies and play-off final victories. Being promoted after finishing second or third doesn’t count.

To make matters worse for Everton fans, Liverpool are the latest side to have won a trophy – and they still have three more to play for this season!

Let’s take a look at the entire 44 clubs and when they last won a trophy:

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When did every Premier League & Championship club last win a trophy?

1. Liverpool – 2022 EFL Cup (beat Chelsea 11-10 on pens, 0-0 AET)

2. Chelsea – 2022 Club World Cup title (beat Palmeiras 2-1 AET)

3. Brentford – 2021 Championship play-off final (beat Swansea City 2-0)

4. Manchester City – 2021 Premier League title

5. Blackpool – 2021 League One play-off final (beat Lincoln 2-1)

6. Norwich – 2021 Championship title

7. Hull – 2021 League One title

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8. Leicester City – 2021 Community Shield (beat Man City 1-0)

9. Fulham – 2020 Championship play-off final (beat Brentford 2-1 AET)

10. Leeds United – 2020 Championship title

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11. Coventry – 2020 League One title (on points-per-game method)

12. Arsenal – 2020 Community Shield (beat Liverpool 5-4 on pens, 1-1 after 90 mins)

13. Aston Villa – 2019 Championship play-off final (beat Derby County 2-1)

14. Luton – 2019 League One title

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15. Wolves – 2018 Championship title

16. Manchester United – 2017 Europa League (beat Ajax 2-0)

17. Huddersfield – 2017 Championship play-off final (beat Reading 4-3 on pens, 0-0 AET)

18. Millwall – 2017 League One play-off final (beat Bradford 1-0)

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19. Newcastle – 2017 Championship title

20. Sheffield United – 2017 League One title

21. Barnsley – 2016 League One play-off final (beat Millwall 3-1)

22. Burnley – 2016 Championship title

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23. Preston – 2015 League One play-off final (beat Swindon 4-0)

24. Bournemouth – 2015 Championship title

25. Bristol City – 2015 League One title

26. QPR – 2014 Championship play-off final (beat Derby 1-0)

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27. Peterborough – 2014 Football League Trophy (beat Chesterfield 3-1)

28. Crystal Palace – 2013 Championship play-off final (beat Watford AET)

29. Cardiff – 2013 Championship title

30. Swansea – 2013 EFL Cup (beat Bradford 5-0)

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31. West Ham – 2012 Championship play-off final (beat Blackpool 2-1)

32. Reading – 2012 Championship title

33. Brighton – 2011 League One title

34. Birmingham – 2011 EFL Cup (beat Arsenal 2-1)

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35. Southampton – 2010 Football League Trophy (beat Carlisle 4-1)

36. West Brom – 2008 Championship title

37. Tottenham – 2008 EFL Cup (beat Chelsea 2-1 AET)

38. Derby – 2007 Championship play-off final (beat West Brom 1-0)

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39. Watford – 2006 Championship play-off final (beat Leeds 3-0)

40. Middlesbrough – 2004 EFL Cup (beat Bolton 2-1)

41. Stoke – 2002 League One (Second Division) play-off final (beat Brentford 2-0)

42. Blackburn – 2002 EFL Cup (beat Tottenham 2-1)

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43. Nottingham Forest – 1998 Championship (First Division) title

44. Everton – 1995 Community Shield (beat Blackburn 1-0)

Right now, staying in the Premier League will be considered a trophy for Lampard and Everton.

After their damaging loss to Burnley, Lampard admitted they need to start getting results if they want to do that.

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“The reality is what it is, so we’re no different to Burnley, Watford, Norwich, Leeds or any of the teams around us,” Lampard said. “That’s just where we are as a football club. So the players don’t need to listen or read or get involved in anything other than turning up tomorrow, getting ready for Saturday and trying to get the right results to keep us in this league.”

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