In recent college football history, the champion of the Southeastern Conference is likely to win the national championship and that could very well be the case yet again by the time the 2019 season comes to an end.

With training camps opening all across the league this week, we thought it would be nice to take a trip down memory lane and share a breakdown of every league champion in the SEC’s history.

This data comes directory from the SEC’s 2019 media guide.

All-Time SEC Championships By School

  • Alabama – 27
  • Georgia – 13
  • Tennessee – 13
  • LSU – 11
  • Florida – 8
  • Auburn – 8
  • Ole Miss – 6
  • *Georgia Tech – 5
  • *Tulane – 3
  • Kentucky – 2
  • Mississippi State – 1

* former league member

Year-by-Year Breakdown

  • 1933 – Alabama
  • 1934 – Tulane & Alabama
  • 1935 – LSU
  • 1936 – LSU
  • 1937 – Alabama
  • 1938 – Tennessee
  • 1939 – Tennessee, Georgia Tech & Tulane
  • 1940 – Tennessee
  • 1941 – Mississippi State
  • 1942 – Georgia
  • 1943 – Georgia Tech
  • 1944 – Georgia Tech
  • 1945 – Alabama
  • 1946 – Georgia & Tennessee
  • 1947 – Ole Miss
  • 1948 – Georgia
  • 1949 – Tulane
  • 1950 – Kentucky
  • 1951 – Georgia Tech & Tennessee
  • 1952 – Georgia Tech
  • 1953 – Alabama
  • 1954 – Ole Miss
  • 1955 – Ole Miss
  • 1956 – Tennessee
  • 1957 – Auburn
  • 1958 – LSU
  • 1959 – Georgia
  • 1960 – Ole Miss
  • 1961 – Alabama & LSU
  • 1962 – Ole Miss
  • 1963 – Ole Miss
  • 1964 – Alabama
  • 1965 – Alabama
  • 1966 – Alabama & Georgia
  • 1967 – Tennessee
  • 1968 – Georgia
  • 1969 – Tennessee
  • 1970 – LSU
  • 1971 – Alabama
  • 1972 – Alabama
  • 1973 – Alabama
  • 1974 – Alabama¬†
  • 1975 – Alabama
  • 1976 – Georgia & Kentucky
  • 1977 – Alabama
  • 1978 – Alabama
  • 1979 – Alabama
  • 1980 – Georgia
  • 1981 – Georgia & Alabama
  • 1982 – Georgia
  • 1983 – Auburn
  • 1984 – Vacated
  • 1985 – Tennessee
  • 1986 – LSU
  • 1987 – Auburn
  • 1988 – Auburn & LSU
  • 1989 – Alabama, Tennessee & Auburn
  • 1990 – Tennessee
  • 1991 – Florida
  • 1992 – Alabama
  • 1993 – Florida
  • 1994 – Florida
  • 1995 – Florida
  • 1996 – Florida
  • 1997 – Tennessee
  • 1998 – Tennessee
  • 1999 – Alabama
  • 2000 – Florida
  • 2001 – LSU
  • 2002 – Georgia
  • 2003 – LSU
  • 2004 – Auburn
  • 2005 – Georgia
  • 2006 – Florida
  • 2007 – LSU
  • 2008 – Florida
  • 2009 – Alabama
  • 2010 – Auburn
  • 2011 – LSU
  • 2012 – Alabama
  • 2013 – Auburn
  • 2014 – Alabama
  • 2015 – Alabama
  • 2016 – Alabama
  • 2017 – Georgia
  • 2018 – Alabama