The Premier League, known as the English Premier League or the EPL, is one of the most famous games that fans all around the world wait for. This worldwide tournament is a mark in the English Football. It is contested by 20 top English clubs, that are very popular with millions of fans. It is one of the most-watched leagues in the world of sports. Almost around 40 to 50 million of tickets are being sold during each season.
Premier League Schedule
The Premier League season usually starts during the month of August and ends during May with each team playing 38 matches. Most of the games are played on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. The Premier League 2020 season started on September 12th, with the following teams competing: Fulham versus Arsenal, Crystal Palace v Southampton, Liverpool v Leeds, West Ham v Newcastle. And so, Sunday May23rd, will mark the last day of the Premier League with Arsenal versus Brighton, Aston Villa versus Chelsea, Fulham versus Newcastle Utd, Leeds Utd versus West Brom, Leicester City versus Spurs, Liverpool versus Crystal Palace, Man City versus Everton, Sheffield Utd versus Burnley, West Ham versus Southampton, Wolves versus Man United. What is special about this Premier League is that it will have a mid-season break in February. On another point, 2020/21 Premier League Boxing Day fixtures has been set as well. So, Arsenal vs Chelsea and Leeds and Liverpool are to play during that day. To mention, Boxing Day Football is an official public holiday celebrated where gift boxes are given as per Christmas spirit.
English Premier League Teams
Top Four clubs have been dominating the Premier League throughout the past years: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United. But lately, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City made a remarkable shift in the Premier League breaching the top four and turning this into the Big Six clubs.
For the Premier League 2020/21 the main teams competing are: Arsenal, Fulham, Sheffield United, Aston Villa, Leeds United, Southampton, Brighton & Hove Albion, Leicester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Burnley, Liverpool, West Bromwich Albion, Chelsea, Manchester City, West Ham United, Crystal Palace, Manchester United, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Everton, Newcastle United. Those mentioned teams are an all-time Premier League clubs.
English Premier League Stadiums
During each season there are 38 games for each team and each club competes against the others twice, once at their own stadium and the other at that of their opponents. The stadiums of the main clubs are as follows:
Arsenal -Ashburton Grove (Emirates Stadium)
The Emirates stadium is one of the newest stadiums that was found in 2006, located in Highbury, England and has a capacity of 60,260 seats.
Aston Villa -Villa Park
Villa Park is the Premier League Stadium located in Aston, Birmingham, England and have a capacity of 42,749 seats. This stadium has been the home stadium for Aston Villa since 1897.
Chelsea -Stamford Bridge
Stamford Bridge commonly known as The Bridge is located in Fulham and has a seating capacity of 40,853.
Leicester City-King Power Stadium
King Power Stadium is Leicester city home stadium located in Leicester city and has a capacity of 32,273 Seats. It is the 20th largest football stadium in England.
Anfield stadium is located in Anfield, England with a seating capacity of 53,394 making it one of the largest football stadiums in England.
Manchester City -City of Manchester Stadium (Etihad Stadium)
City of Manchester Stadium is the home stadium for Manchester city team with a capacity of 55,017 seats. It is known as well as Etihad Stadium due to sponsorship reasons.
Manchester United -Old Trafford
The Old Trafford is the hometown stadium for Manchester united and located in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England. It has a seating capacity of 74,879. This stadium is the largest premier league stadium.
Tottenham Hotspur -Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the hometown stadium for Tottenham Hotspur. It has a capacity of 62,062 seats and located in the north of London.
Premier League Tickets
During Premier League games the stadium occupancies are always like near to full capacity. This is no doubt as the Premier League is one of the most watched worldwide games with many fans and super popular teams and players involved. Due to this fact, the demand on Premier League tickets is always high and at a peak. Booking a head of time can preserve your opportunity to watch your favorite team and cherished players. Tickets are always available online, trusted and reliable. Just check www.1boxoffice.com and you can book a safe seat for any league.
Premier League Winners
Manchester United have been the top winners in the history of the Premier League era. They have recorded 13 winning Premier League results out of 27 seasons. So, Manchester United are the record winners of the Premier League, Chelsea are second top winners with 5 titles, Man City have attained so far 4 titles, and Arsenal have recorded 3 winning titles.
In 2014-2015 season Chelsea was the winner. In the 2015-2016 season, Leicester City has surprisingly breached the top winners and won the season qualifying to the Champions League. In 2016-2017 Chelsea won again the Premier League and then in the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 seasons Man City were the winners. The season of 2019-2020 marked Liverpool’s winning for the first time ever.
But for now, and seven years later since they were crowned, can Manchester united be the Premier League champions of this season?