How to buy English Premier League tickets
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English Premier League tickets
The English Premier League has a loyal fan-base that supports the twenty exciting titan clubs playing in England’s top league. Titan FA Premiership teams including Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur dominate the top of the elite table. You will thoroughly enjoy watching any of these clubs compete – but plan ahead and buy football tickets now at LiveFootballTickets.com. We have a wide range with the best Premier League tickets for every match in this exciting league. We take care of your booking and make sure you will receive your tickets in time for the match.
At the end of the 1990-1991 season, people made a proposal to establish a new league. The idea behind this proposal was to bring more money into the game of football. The top-flight clubs signed the Founder Members Agreement on 17 July 1991. This was the start of the Premier League as we know it. This newly formed top division is commercial independent from the Football Association and the Football League. This gives the Premier League license to negotiate its own sponsorship agreements. With this independence the English teams were expected to be able to compete with the other European clubs. The Premier League started with a main sponsor, but in the second year they reached an agreement with Carling. Carling sponsored the Premier League between 1993 and 2001. In 2001 Barclayscard took over the sponsorship. Barclays (the company name after a rebranding) ended their sponsorship in 2016. The FA announced they won't be looking for a new sponsor. The goal is to build a clean brand in line with the major sports league in the United States.
Premier League wins and trophies
Defending England Premiership holders are Manchester City. Man Utd have won 20 English league trophies, the most of any side in the history of the first division league, while FC Liverpool has earned 19 Barclays Premiership titles. Other teams that have won the Premiership are Blackburn Rovers, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea. Cheap and premium football tickets for the Barclays Premier League are available to buy now at LiveFootballTickets.com. In the table below you will find the clubs who have won the trophy since the start of the Premier League in 1992.
|Team||No. titles||Year(s) of title|
|Manchester United||13||1993, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2013|
|Chelsea||5||2005, 2006, 2010, 2015 and 2017|
|Arsenal||3||1998, 2002 and 2004|
|Manchester City||6||2012, 2014, 2018, 2019, 2021 and 2022|
Champions League qualification
The numbers one till four in the final ranking on the Premier League table automatically qualify for next season's Champions League group stage. The teams finishing outside the top 4 can only qualify for the Champions League by winning the UCL or Europa League. Reaching the Champions League is basically a must for six Premier League teams. Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur. Everything less than Champions League football is a disaster for these teams. The battle for the top four is a very exciting one until the end of the season. Book your Premier League tickets securely online and support your team in their battle for the top 4.
The battle for the top 4 isn't the only exciting battle in the Premier League. The tension is probably even higher at the bottom of the table. The three teams with the least points at the end of every season get relegated to the Championship. Relegation is the biggest fear for every team in the Premier League. Although there are some teams which are highly unlikely to relegate, nobody is safe in this competition. It's without a doubt that this is the worst thing to happen for every team in the Premier League. Teams in fear of relegation can use all the support you can give them. So, watch the matches of your favourite team live at the stadium. You really will enjoy the true English football Atmosphere.
It's already 25 years ago that England's top-tier league was renamed into the Premier League. Many top players and manager heave been active in this amazing competition. Many records have been created and broken in the past 25 years. We want to share some facts about the Premier League. Did you know that...
- Manchester United won the most consecutive trophies? (3 consecutive titles in a row)
- Chelsea won the most games in a season? (29)
- Derby County won the least matches in one season? (1 match)
- Arsenal has the most consecutive wins? (14 matches in a row)
- The highest attendance was at Manchester United versus Blackburn Rovers (76,069)
- Chelsea scored the most goals in 1 season? (103)
- Derby County scored the fewest goals in one season? (20)
- Ryan Giggs has the most Premier League appearances (632 matches)
- John Burridge was the oldest player to play in the Premier League (43 years and 162 days)
- Brad Friedel played the most consecutive Premier League matches (310 matches in a row)
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The English Premier League has everything to offer a real football fan is looking for. You can watch a match in the most beautiful, big, modern stadiums in the world. The Emirates Stadium and Etihad Stadium are for example two high-tech stadiums. The other side of the spectrum is also available in the EPL. Vicarage Road is a really authentic English football stadium. The stadium serves at Watford's home ground since 1922. Football fans from all over the world visit the best stadiums in the Premier League and tell us every stadium is a completely different experience. Follow their lead and we are sure you will agree with them. Football fans in the Premier League are probably the best fans in the world. The beauty of an EPL stadium combined with the atmosphere from the fans offer an experience you will never forget!
European Super League
European top clubs announced the European Super League. A new league where 20 teams created their own tournament. A tournament without any form of relegation and promotion, where the teams are always safe to play in. The big six of the Premier League (Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur) all decided to join the Super League. Something that completely annoyed their fans, who all were together in their battle against the Super League. A response that the club owners never expected. After a fews days of heavy protest, the clubs decided to pull back and quit the Super League after all.
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