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    The Premier League is the most-watched sports league in the world, broadcast in 212 territories to 643 million homes and a potential TV audience of 4.7 billion people. We are going to provide you the complete details and information about the English premier league.

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    WHAT IS ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE?

    If you’re wondering what is premier league? Then let us describe you about the premier league briefly. English Premier League or just Premier League is the most popular football league and the most-watched sports league in the world. It is the highest level of the English Football League system. 20 clubs are part of the league and they play a total of 38 matches in home and away match format. A system of promotion and relegation is also followed and 3 teams get promoted to Premier League or relegated to the lower league. The English Premier League season runs from August to May, Most games are played on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

    The premier league was Formed in February 20, 1992, the English Premier League was created by clubs in the Football League First Division. From 1993 to 2001, the league was called as the FA Carling Premiership. Barclaycard took over in 2001 and since then it is known as the Barclays Premier League. The English Premier League is now the world’s richest league in terms of money, which comes close to over 3 billion English Pounds Sterling. Of the 30 highest-earning clubs in Europe in 2013-14, 14 were from the EPL, according to Deloitte. The Premier League is the most-watched sports league in the world, broadcast in 212 territories to 643 million homes and a potential TV audience of 4.7 billion people. For the 2018–19 season average Premier League match attendance was at 38,181, second to the Bundesliga’s 43,500, while aggregated attendance across all matches is the highest of any association football league at 14,508,981. The league boasts of some of the best, toughest and most-valued sports clubs in the world. Starting from Manchester United, Liverpool, and Arsenal to Chelsea, Manchester City, the clubs are household in every continent on earth. The league is considered to be the only football league, which has 5-6 title contenders each season making the league one of the most exciting leagues to watch.

    Fifty clubs have competed since the inception of the Premier League in 1992: forty-eight English and two Welsh clubs. Seven of them have won the title: Manchester United (13), Chelsea (5), Manchester City (5), Arsenal (3), Blackburn Rovers (1), Leicester City (1) and Liverpool (1).

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    PREMIER LEAGUE POINTS TABLE

    NO.         Club                         P W         D         L          GD      Pts

    • 1              Chelsea                            9 7              1              1              20           22
    • 2              Liverpool                         9 6              3              0              21           21
    • 3              Man City                          9 6              2              1             16           20
    • 4              West Ham                       9 5               2              2              6            17
    • 5              Brighton                          9 4               3              2              0            15
    • 6              Tottenham                      9 5               0              4             -4            15
    • 7              Man Utd                          9 4              2              3              1             14
    • 8              Everton                           9 4              2              3              1             14
    • 9              Leicester                         9 4               2              3              0             14
    • 10           Arsenal                            9 4              2              3              -3            14
    • 11           Wolverhampton          94               1              4              0             13
    • 12           Brentford                        9 3              3              3               2             12
    • 13           Aston Villa                       9 3              1              5              -2             10
    • 14           Watford                           9 3              1              5              -5             10
    • 15           Crystal Palace                9 1              6              2              -3             9
    • 16           Southampton                9 1              5              3              -4            8
    • 17           Leeds                               94              4              4              -8             7
    • 18           Burnley                            9 0              4              5              -8             4
    • 19           Newcastle                       9 0              4              5              -9             4
    • 20           Norwich                           9 0              2              7             -21            2
    • P             Matches Played
    • W           Matches Won
    • D             Matches Drawn
    • L              Matches Lost
    • GD          Goal Difference
    • Pts          Total Points

    Premier League Teams and Their Stadiums

    Team                                                Stadium

    1. 01. Arsenal                                          Emirates Stadium
    2. 02. Aston Villa*                                   Villa Park
    3. 03. Brighton & Hove Albion              Falmer Stadium
    4. 04. Burnley                                          Turf Moor
    5. 05. Chelsea                                         Stamford Bridge
    6. 06. Crystal Palace                               Selhurst Park
    7. 07. Everton                                          Goodison Park
    8. 08. Fulham                                          Craven Cottage
    9. 09. Leeds United                                 Elland Road
    10. 10. Leicester City                                King Power Stadium
    11. 11. Liverpool                                       Anfield
    12. 12. Manchester City                          City of Manchester Stadium
    13. 13. Manchester United                      Old Trafford
    14. 14. Newcastle United                          St James’ Park
    15. 15. Sheffield United*                          Bramall Lane
    16. 16. Southampton                                 St Mary’s Stadium
    17. 17. Tottenham Hotspur                      Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
    18. 18. West Bromwich Albion                The Hawthorns
    19. 19. West Ham United                         London Stadium
    20. 20. Wolverhampton Wanderers       Molineux Stadium

    PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS AND THEIR WINNING SEASON

       Club   –  (Titles)   –    Winning seasons

    1. Manchester United             (13)        1992–93, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1998–99, 1999–2000, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2012–13
    • Chelsea     (5)          2004–05, 2005–06, 2009–10, 2014–15, 2016–17
    • Manchester City    (5)          2011–12, 2013–14, 2017–18, 2018–19, 2020–21
    • Arsenal                 (3)                  1997–98, 2001–02, 2003–04
    • Blackburn Rovers  (1)          1994–95
    • Leicester City            (1)          2015–16
    • Liverpool       (1)          2019–20

    PREMIER LEAGUE SPONSERSHIPS

    The league changed its name from the FA Premier League to simply the Premier League in 2007. From 1993 to 2016, the Premier League had title sponsorship rights sold to two companies, which were Carling brewery and Barclays Bank PLC; Barclays was the most recent title sponsor, having sponsored the Premier League from 2001 until 2016 (until 2004, the title sponsorship was held through its Barclaycard brand before shifting to its main banking brand in 2004).

    Period                         Sponsor                    Brand

    1992–1993                No sponsor            FA Premier League

    1993–2001                Carling                    FA Carling Premiership

    2001–2004                Barclaycard            FA Barclaycard Premiership

    2004–2007                Barclays                 FA Barclays Premiership

    2007–2016                Barclays                Premier League

    2016–present            No sponsor           Premier League

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