Premier League records and statistics

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The top tier of English football was renamed the Premier League for the start of the 1992–93 season. The following page details the football records and statistics of the Premier League since that date.

Club records[edit]

Titles[edit]

Wins[edit]

Losses[edit]

Draws[edit]

Attendances[edit]

Goals[edit]

Points[edit]

Promotion and change in position[edit]

League history of all current and former Premier League teams from 92-93 to the present day.

All-time FA Premier League Table[edit]

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 2013–14 season. Teams in bold are part of the 2014–15 Premier League. Numbers in bold are the record (highest either positive or negative) numbers in each column.

Pos.ClubSeasonsPldWinDrawLossGFGAGDPts1st2nd3rd4thRelegatedAvg
Pts
Best
Pos.
1Manchester United2284854717512616917469451816135382.551
2Arsenal2284846022116714857956901601354772.771
3Chelsea2284844821518514288076211559344270.861
4Liverpool228484222132131408846562147935567.232
5Tottenham Hotspur2284833621929311931117761227255.774
6Everton2284830924229710901058321169153.144
7Aston Villa2284830225629010591053611621152.812
8Newcastle United2076830319826710841012721107221155.352
9Blackburn Rovers1869626218425092790720970111253.891
10Manchester City17658261165232939807132948211255.761
11West Ham United18692225175292808984−176850247.225
12Leeds United124681891251546415736869212157.663
13Southampton15582174162246701844−143684145.608
14Middlesbrough14536160156220621741−120633[7]345.207
15Fulham13494150136211570697−127586145.087
16Bolton Wanderers13494149128217575745−170575344.236
17Sunderland13494131124239504720−216517339.777
18Coventry City935499112143387490−103409145.4011
19Sheffield Wednesday831610189126409453−44392149.007
20Wimbledon83169994123384472−88391148.886
21Charlton Athletic83049382129342442−100361245.137
22Leicester City83088490134354456−102342342.758
23Wigan Athletic83048576143316482−166331141.3810
24Norwich City72788085113326443−1173251346.433
25Birmingham City72667382111273360−87301343.009
26West Bromwich Albion83047382149329490−161301337.638
27Portsmouth72667965122292380−88293[8]141.908
28Queens Park Rangers62407359108297358−61278246.335
29Stoke City6228696891233301−6827545.839
30Derby County72666870128271420−149274239.108
31Nottingham Forest5198605979229287−582391347.803
32Ipswich Town5202575392219312−93224244.805
33Crystal Palace5198505593193291−98205441.0011
34Wolverhampton Wanderers4152324080156281−125136234.0015
35Swansea City3114343347145156-1113545.009
36Sheffield United3122323654128168−40132244.0014
37Reading3114322359136186−50119239.678
38Hull City3114243060111192−81102134.0016
39Oldham Athletic284222339105142−3789144.5019
40Bradford City27614204268138−7062131.0017
41Watford27611194664136−7252226.0020
42Blackpool138109195578-2339139.0019
43Barnsley138105233782−4535135.0019
44Burnley13886244282−4030130.0018
45Cardiff City13879223274-4230130.0020
46Swindon Town1425152247100−5330130.0022

League or status at 2014–15:

2014–15 Premier League
2014–15 Football League Championship
2014–15 Football League One
2014–15 Football League Two
Dissolved

Note: Wimbledon FC ceased to exist in 2004 after the Wimbledon FC team relocated to Milton Keynes causing the abandoned Wimbledon FC fans to create a replacement club. Neither Milton Keynes Dons - the current continuation of the transplanted team - nor AFC Wimbledon - the current continuation of the local club - may legally lay claim to the prior football history of Wimbledon FC.

Player records[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

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[edit]

GKEngland David James573Liverpool (1992–99); Aston Villa (1999-01); West Ham United (2001–03); Manchester City (2004–06); Portsmouth (2006–10)
RBEngland Phil Neville505Manchester United (1995-05); Everton (2005-13)
CBEngland Sol Campbell503Tottenham Hotspur (1992-01); Arsenal (2001–06, 2010); Portsmouth (2006–09); Newcastle United (2010–11)
CBEngland Rio Ferdinand478West Ham United (1996-00); Leeds United (2000–02); Manchester United (2002-)
LBEngland Jamie Carragher507Liverpool (1997-13)
LMWales Ryan Giggs631Manchester United (1992-)
CMEngland Frank Lampard550West Ham United (1995-01); Chelsea (2001-14); Man City (2014-)
CMEngland Gareth Barry518Aston Villa (1998-09); Manchester City (2009-); Everton1 (2013-)
RMWales Gary Speed535Leeds United (1992–96); Everton (1996–98); Newcastle United (1998-04); Bolton Wanderers (2004-08)
FWEngland Emile Heskey516Leicester City (1994–95, 1996-00); Liverpool (2000–04); Birmingham City (2004–06); Wigan Athletic (2006–09); Aston Villa (2009-12)
FWEngland Kevin Davies444Southampton (1997–98, 1999-03); Blackburn Rovers (1998–99); Bolton Wanderers (2003-12)

1: Gareth Barry is on loan at Everton from Manchester City

Goals[edit]

DenmarkPeter Schmeichel (1, first of five goalkeepers to score once)

EnglandDavid Unsworth (38) EnglandJohn Terry (32) Republic of IrelandIan Harte (28) FranceWilliam Gallas (25)

EnglandFrank Lampard (171) WalesRyan Giggs (109) EnglandPaul Scholes (107) EnglandSteven Gerrard (111)

EnglandAlan Shearer (260) EnglandAndrew Cole (189)

Competitive matches only. Numbers in brackets indicate appearances made. BoldCurrently playing in the Premier League.

#NameTotal
1England Shearer, AlanAlan Shearer260 (434)
2England Cole, AndrewAndrew Cole189 (408)
3France Henry, ThierryThierry Henry175 (258)
4England Rooney, WayneWayne Rooney174 (374)
5England Lampard, FrankFrank Lampard171 (564)
6England Fowler, RobbieRobbie Fowler163 (378)
7England Owen, MichaelMichael Owen150 (326)
8England Ferdinand, LesLes Ferdinand149 (362)
9England Sherringham, TeddyTeddy Sherringham147 (418)
10Netherlands van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie133 (243)
Further information: Premier League Golden Boot

Goalkeepers[edit]

Further information: Premier League Golden Glove

Disciplinary[edit]

Longest range goals[edit]

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

Match records[edit]

Scorelines[edit]

Match times and days[edit]

Trivia[edit]

Managers[edit]

References[edit]