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Ranking in UEFA League Coefficient:



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1992 (previously: First Division from 1888 to1992)

Name Sponsor:

No Name Sponsor



Total Number of Matches:


Domestic Cup:

FA Cup
FA Community Shield
Football League Cup

Current Champions (2016/2017):

Chelsea FC (4th title)

Most Championships:

Manchester United (20 titles)

TV Partners:

Total Revenue: £ 2,765 mn (Domestic: £ 1,916 mn, International: £ 850 mn)
BSkyB (until 31/05/2019)Annual revenue: £ 1,392 mn Sky will show a total of 126 matches a season.

BT Vision (until 31/05/2019)
Annual revenue: £ 320 mn
BT acquired the rights for 42 matches per season.

BBC (until unknown)
Annual revenue: £ 204 mn
BBC has the right to show highlights of the Match of the Day on Saturday and Sunday nights, as well as other evenings when fixtures justify.


Record Transfers:

Sold: Gareth Bale, September 2013
From Tottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid
Transfer Fee: € 100,759,418

Bought: Paul Pogba, August 2016
From Juventus FC to Manchester United
Transfer Fee: € 105 mn

Biggest Stadium:

Old Trafford, Manchester United
Capacity: 75,811

Most Matches in Premier League History:

Ryan Giggs, 632 matches

Most Goals in Premier League History:

Alan Shearer, 260 goals in 435 matches

Top Scorer of the Season 2016/2017:

Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur, 29 goals

Player of the Season 2016/2017:

Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur

Goal of the Season 2016/2017:

Emre Can, Liverpool FC vs. Watford FC (1:0) on 1st of May 2017

Oldest Player in Premier League History:

John Burridge, (Manchester City vs. Queens Park Rangers, May 14th 1995), 43 years and 162 days

Youngest Player in Premier League History:

Matthew Briggs (Fulham vs. Middlesbrough, May 13th, 2007), 16 years and 65 days