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The Premier League was founded as the top tier of English football for the start of the 1992-93 season. The following page details the football records and statistics of the Premier League since then.

Club records[]

Titles[]

Wins[]

Losses[]

  • Most losses in a season (38 or 42 games): 29, joint record:
  • Fewest losses in a season (38 games): 0, Arsenal (2003–04)[4]
  • Longest unbeaten run: 49 games, Arsenal (FA Premier League May 7, 2003 - October 24, 2004)[5]
  • Most home losses in a season (19 games): 14, Sunderland (2002–03), (2005–06)
  • Fewest home losses in a season (19 games): 0, joint record:
  • Most consecutive losses in a season (38 games): 15, Sunderland (2002–03)
  • Most consecutive losses over more than one season (38 games): 20, Sunderland (2002–03, 2005–06)
    • (Sunderland lost their last 15 games of the 2002–03 season and were relegated. They followed this up by losing their first 5 games of the 2005–06 season, their next season in the Premier League.)
  • Most away losses in a season (19 games): 17, Burnley (2009-10)
  • Fewest away losses in a season (19 games): 0, Arsenal (2001–02, 2003–04)
  • Most consecutive home games undefeated: 86, Chelsea (21 February 2004 - 26 October 2008)
  • Most consecutive away games undefeated: 27, Arsenal (5 April 2003 - 25 September 2004)
  • Most losses in total: 283, Everton[3]

Draws[]

Attendances[]

Goals[]

Points[]

  • Most points in a season: 99 Manchester city(2004–05)
  • Fewest points in a season: 11, Derby County (2007–08)
  • Most points in a season without winning the league:
  • Fewest points in a season while winning the league: 75, Manchester United (1996–97)
  • Most points in a season while being relegated:
  • Fewest points in a season while surviving relegation: 34, West Bromwich Albion (2004–05)

Promotion and change in position[]

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Positions and League membership

All-time FA Premier League Table[]

The all-time FA Premier League table is a cumulative record of all match results, points and goals of every team that has played in the Premier League since its inception in 1992. The table that follows is accurate as of the end of the 2011–12 season. Teams in bold are part of the 2012–13 Premier League. Numbers in bold are the record integers (highest either positive or negative) numbers in each column.

Pos. Club Seasons Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Relegated Avg
Pts
Best
Pos.
1 Manchester United 20 772 500 163 109 1541 660 881 1663 12 5 3 83.15 1
2 Arsenal 20 772 415 204 153 1345 717 628 1449 3 5 4 5 72.45 1
3 Chelsea 20 772 401 199 172 1282 741 541 1402 3 4 2 2 70.10 1
4 Liverpool 20 772 380 194 198 1236 753 483 1334 2 5 5 64.20 2
5 Aston Villa 20 772 283 240 249 973 923 50 1089 1 1 54.45 2
6 Tottenham Hotspur 20 772 294 204 274 1072 1020 52 1086 2 54.30 4
7 Everton 20 772 272 218 282 974 979 −5 1034 1 51.70 4
8 Newcastle United 18 692 277 186 229 996 885 111 1017 2 2 1 1 56.50 2
9 Blackburn Rovers 18 696 262 184 250 927 907 20 970 1 1 1 2 53.89 1
10 Manchester City 15 582 211 151 220 771 736 35 784 1 1 2 52.27 1
11 West Ham United 16 616 202 158 256 723 880 −157 764 2 47.75 5
12 Leeds United 12 468 189 125 154 641 573 68 692 1 2 1 57.66 3
13 Middlesbrough 14 536 160 156 220 621 741 −120 633[7] 3 45.20 7
14 Southampton 13 506 150 137 219 598 738 −140 587 1 45.15 8
15 Bolton Wanderers 13 494 149 128 217 575 745 −170 575 3 44.23 6
16 Fulham 11 418 130 121 167 480 552 −72 511 46.45 7
17 Sunderland 11 418 112 104 202 422 606 −184 440 3 40.00 7
18 Coventry City 9 354 99 112 143 387 490 −103 409 1 45.40 11
19 Sheffield Wednesday 8 316 101 89 126 409 453 −44 392 1 49.00 7
20 Wimbledon 8 316 99 94 123 384 472 −88 391 1 48.88 8
21 Charlton Athletic 8 304 93 82 129 342 442 −100 361 2 45.13 7
22 Leicester City 8 308 84 90 134 354 456 −102 342 3 42.75 8
23 Birmingham City 7 266 73 82 111 273 360 −87 301 3 43.00 9
24 Wigan Athletic 7 266 76 67 123 269 409 −140 295 42.14 10
25 Portsmouth 7 266 79 65 122 292 380 −88 293[8] 1 41.90 8
26 Derby County 7 266 68 70 128 271 420 −149 274 2 39.10 8
27 Queens Park Rangers 5 202 69 46 87 267 298 −31 253 1 50.60 5
28 Norwich City 5 202 62 62 78 257 323 −66 248 1 2 49.60 3
29 Nottingham Forest 5 198 60 59 79 229 287 −58 239 1 3 47.80 3
30 Ipswich Town 5 202 57 53 92 219 312 −93 224 2 44.80 5
31 West Bromwich Albion 6 228 52 60 116 233 374 −141 216 3 36.00 10
32 Stoke City 4 152 47 42 63 154 204 −50 183 45.75 11
33 Crystal Palace 4 160 37 49 74 160 243 −83 160 4 40.00 18
34 Wolverhampton Wanderers 4 152 32 40 80 156 281 −125 136 2 34.00 15
35 Sheffield United 3 122 32 36 54 128 168 −40 132 2 44.00 14
36 Reading 2 76 26 13 37 93 113 −20 91 1 45.50 8
37 Oldham Athletic 2 84 22 23 39 105 142 −37 89 1 44.50 19
38 Hull City 2 76 14 23 39 73 139 −66 65 1 32.50 17
39 Bradford City 2 76 14 20 42 68 138 −70 62 1 31.00 17
40 Watford 2 76 11 19 46 64 136 −72 52 2 26.00 20
41 Swansea City 1 38 12 11 15 44 51 -7 47 47.00 11
42 Blackpool 1 38 10 9 19 55 78 -23 39 1 39.00 19
43 Barnsley 1 38 10 5 23 37 82 −45 35 1 35.00 19
44 Burnley 1 38 8 6 24 42 82 −40 30 1 30.00 18
45 Swindon Town 1 42 5 15 22 47 100 −53 30 1 30.00 22

League or status at 2012–13:

2012–13 Premier League
2012–13 Football League Championship
2012–13 Football League One
2012–13 Football League Two

Player records[]

Awards[]

Various awards have been given out to Premier League players, reflecting achievement in the league. Every month a Manager of the Month and Player of the Month award is given. In addition, a Manager of the Year award is handed out every year. Every ten years, a special awards ceremony is held to honour achievement over the whole period.

Appearances[]

  • Most Premier League appearances: 608, Ryan Giggs (Manchester United, 1992 to 26 December 2012)[9]
  • Most Premier League appearances at one club: 608, Ryan Giggs (Manchester United, 1992 to 26 December 2012)[9]
  • Oldest player: John Burridge, 43 years and 162 days (for Manchester City v. Queens Park Rangers, 14 May 1995)
  • Youngest player: Matthew Briggs, 16 years and 65 days (for Fulham v. Middlesbrough, 13 May 2007)[10]
  • Most consecutive Premier League appearances: 310, Brad Friedel (14 August 2004 until 7 October 2012)[11]
  • Most seasons appeared in: 21, Ryan Giggs (only player to have appeared in every Premier League season)[12]

Individual[]

  • Most Premier League winner's medals: 12, Ryan Giggs (Manchester United) – 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011
  • First Premier League goal: Brian Deane (for Sheffield United v. Manchester United, 15 August 1992)
  • Most Premier League goals: Alan Shearer (260)
  • Most Premier League seasons scored in: Ryan Giggs (20 seasons)
  • Most goals in a season (42 games): 34, joint record:
  • Most goals in a season (38 games): 31, joint record:
  • Most Premier League goals in a calender year:
    • Alan Shearer 36 goals
  • Amount of teams scored against in a season(38 games, 20 teams):
    • Ian Wright 17, (Arsenal, 1996/1997)
    • Robin van Persie 17, (Arsenal, 2011/2012)
  • Amount of teams scored against in a season(42 games, 22 teams):
    • Alan Shearer 17,
    • Andy Cole 17,
  • Most goals in a debut season (38 games): 30, Kevin Phillips (Sunderland, 1999–00)
  • Most Premier league hat-tricks in a season:
  • Most Premier league hat-tricks:
    • Alan Shearer 11
  • Most goals in a game: 5, joint record:

Goalkeepers[]

Disciplinary[]

  • Fewest touches before a red card: 0, joint record:
  • Most red cards: 8, joint record:[9]
    • Duncan Ferguson
    • Patrick Vieira
    • Richard Dunne
  • Most yellow cards for a player: 100, Kevin Davies[9]
  • Most yellow cards for a single team in one game: 8, for West Ham United, against Queens Park Rangers (1 October 2012)[15]
  • Fouling record: 782, Kevin Davies (since 2000–01, the first season for which reliable records are available)[16]
  • Consecutive amount of yellow cards in as many matches since making debut: 5, James Perch (Newcastle United)

Longest range goals[]

  • Longest range goal: Tim Howard – 93 metres (102 yd), Everton v. Bolton Wanderers (4 January 2012)
  • Longest range free kick: Paul Robinson – 88 metres (96 yd) (direct), Tottenham Hotspur v. Watford (17 March 2007)
  • Longest range volley: Matthew Taylor – 42 metres (46 yd), Portsmouth v. Everton (9 December 2006)
  • Longest range from open play: Tim Howard – 93 metres (102 yd), Everton v. Bolton Wanderers (4 January 2012)
  • Longest range goal by an outfield player: Xabi Alonso 58 meters (60 yards) Liverpool vs Newcastle September 2006

Note: None of the goals were deflections, all distances were analysed by Match of the Day.

Match records[]

Scorelines[]

Match times and days[]

  • Longest first-half additional time: 8 minutes 32 seconds (Blackburn Rovers v. Birmingham City, 9 April 2011)
  • Longest additional time: 12 minutes 42 seconds (Manchester City v. Swansea City, 27 October 2012)
  • Earliest kick-off: 11:15 a.m. BST (Manchester City v. Everton, 2 October 2005)
  • Earliest start to a season: 7 August 1999
  • Latest finish to a season: 24 May 2009

Managers[]

  • Most Premier League winner's medals: 12, Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United) – 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011
  • Longest-serving manager: Sir Alex Ferguson, 26 years (Manchester United, 15th August 1992 to date)[19]
  • Shortest-serving manager (excluding caretakers): Les Reed, 41 days (Charlton Athletic, 14 November 2006 to 24 December 2006)

References[]

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  2. http://www.statbunker.com/football/ktg/index.php?PL=ktgalltime&Code=EPL&statType=con_homewin
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Official Site of the Premier League - Barclays Premier League News, Fixtures and Results | Statistics
  4. Garside, Kevin (29 December 2009). "The Arsenal side Ars?ne Wenger created truly were the Invincibles". The Daily Telegraph (London). http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/6907122/The-Arsenal-side-Arsne-Wenger-created-truly-were-the-Invincibles.html.
  5. 'The Invincibles' go 49 games unbeaten | The Wenger Years | History | Arsenal.com
  6. Sequences | Club Records | History | Arsenal.com
  7. (Middlesbrough deducted 3 points for failure to fulfil fixture at Blackburn Rovers)on 21 December 1996
  8. Portsmouth deducted 9 points for entering administration in March 2010
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 Official Site of the Premier League - Barclays Premier League News, Fixtures and Results | Statistics
  10. The Telegraph – Calcutta : Sports
  11. "Sunday football - Live". BBC Sport. http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/19862362. Retrieved 7 October 2012.
  12. BBC Sport - Football - Premier League as it happened
  13. Sky Sports. http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11979_6947218,00.html.
  14. . Stat Bunker. http://www.statbunker.com/football/ktg/index.php?PL=ktgalltime&Code=EPL&statType=assist.
  15. http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/19697353 QPR 1-2 West Ham
  16. "Official Premier League Statistics". http://www.premierleague.com/page/Statistics/0,,12306,00.html. Retrieved 29 September 2009.
  17. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2240949/Reading-v-Manchester-United-live.html Reading v Man United, 01-12-2012
  18. Football Stats | All Time Stats | Statbunker.com
  19. Cass, Bob (12 December 2010). "Sir Alex Ferguson set to pass Sir Matt Busby's United milestone". London: dailymail.co.uk. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1337869/Sir-Alex-Ferguson-set-pass-Sir-Matt-Busbys-United-milestone.html. Retrieved 17 December 2010.

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