|Dates||16 August 2014 – 24 May 2015|
|Champions|| Chelsea |
4th Premier League title
5th English title
|Goals scored||975 (2.57 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Sergio Agüero (26 goals)|
|Best goalkeeper||Joe Hart (14 clean sheets)|
|Biggest home win|| Southampton 8–0 Sunderland |
(18 October 2014)
|Biggest away win|| Swansea City 0–5 Chelsea |
(17 January 2015)
|Highest scoring|| Everton 3–6 Chelsea |
(30 August 2014)
|Longest winning run||8 games |
|Longest unbeaten run||16 games |
|Longest winless run||13 games |
|Longest losing run||8 games |
|Highest attendance||75,454 |
Manchester United 0–1 West Bromwich Albion (2 May 2015)
|Lowest attendance||16,163 |
Queens Park Rangers 2–2 Stoke City
(20 September 2014)
The 2014–15 Premier League (known as the Barclays Premier League for sponsorship reasons) was the 23rd season of the Premier League, the top English professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1992. The fixtures were announced on 18 June 2014.The season started on 16 August 2014 and concluded on 24 May 2015.
Manchester City came into the season as defending champions of the 2013–14 season. Leicester City, Burnley and Queens Park Rangers entered as the three promoted teams.
On 3 May 2015, Chelsea won the title with three games to spare after a 1–0 home win over Crystal Palace.It was their first league title since 2010, their fourth Premier League title and their fifth English league title overall. Holders Manchester City eventually finished second, after a short drop to fourth a few weeks before the final match.
Burnley were the first team to be relegated despite beating Hull City 1–0, while Queens Park Rangers suffered the same fate after a 6–0 demolition by Manchester City the next day.Hull City were the third and final team to be relegated after a draw against Manchester United on the final day of the season.
Manchester City's Sergio Agüero won the Golden Boot with 26 goals, with his teammate Joe Hart clinching a record fourth Golden Glove, having kept 14 clean sheets.Eden Hazard and José Mourinho were named as Player and Manager of the Season respectively.
Twenty teams competed in the league – the top seventeen teams from the previous season and the three teams promoted from the Championship. The promoted teams were Leicester City, Burnley and Queens Park Rangers, returning to the top flight after respective absences of ten years, four years and one year. They replaced Norwich City, Fulham and Cardiff City, ending their respective top-flight spells of three years, thirteen years and one year.
|Arsenal||London (Holloway)||Emirates Stadium||60,272|
|Aston Villa||Birmingham||Villa Park||42,682|
|Chelsea||London (Fulham)||Stamford Bridge||41,798|
|Crystal Palace||London (Selhurst)||Selhurst Park||25,747|
|Everton||Liverpool (Walton)||Goodison Park||39,571|
|Hull City||Kingston upon Hull||KC Stadium||25,400|
|Leicester City||Leicester||King Power Stadium||32,312|
|Manchester City||Manchester||City of Manchester Stadium||46,708|
|Manchester United||Old Trafford||Old Trafford||75,635|
|Newcastle United||Newcastle upon Tyne||St James' Park||52,405|
|Queens Park Rangers||London (Shepherd's Bush)||Loftus Road||18,000|
|Southampton||Southampton||St Mary's Stadium||32,505|
|Stoke City||Stoke-on-Trent||Britannia Stadium||27,740|
|Sunderland||Sunderland||Stadium of Light||48,707|
|Swansea City||Swansea||Liberty Stadium||20,827|
|Tottenham Hotspur||London (Tottenham)||White Hart Lane||36,284|
|West Bromwich Albion||West Bromwich||The Hawthorns||26,445|
|West Ham United||London (Upton Park)||Boleyn Ground||35,245|
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Team||Manager||Captain||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor|
|Arsenal||Arsène Wenger||Mikel Arteta||Puma||Emirates|
|Aston Villa||Tim Sherwood||Fabian Delph||Macron||dafabet|
|Burnley||Sean Dyche||Jason Shackell||Puma||fun88|
|Chelsea||José Mourinho||John Terry||Adidas||Samsung|
|Crystal Palace||Alan Pardew||Mile Jedinak||Macron||Neteller|
|Everton||Roberto Martínez||Phil Jagielka||Umbro||Chang|
|Hull City||Steve Bruce||Curtis Davies||Umbro||12BET|
|Leicester City||Nigel Pearson||Wes Morgan||Puma||King Power|
|Liverpool||Brendan Rodgers||Steven Gerrard||Warrior||Standard Chartered|
|Manchester City||Manuel Pellegrini||Vincent Kompany||Nike||Etihad Airways|
|Manchester United||Louis van Gaal||Wayne Rooney||Nike||Chevrolet|
|Newcastle United||John Carver||Fabricio Coloccini||Puma||Wonga|
|Queens Park Rangers||Chris Ramsey||Clint Hill||Nike||AirAsia|
|Southampton||Ronald Koeman||José Fonte||Made by club||Veho|
|Stoke City||Mark Hughes||Ryan Shawcross||Warrior||Bet365|
|Sunderland||Dick Advocaat||John O'Shea||Adidas||BFS Group|
|Swansea City||Garry Monk||Ashley Williams||Adidas||GWFX|
|Tottenham Hotspur||Mauricio Pochettino||Younès Kaboul||Under Armour||AIA|
|West Bromwich Albion||Tony Pulis||Darren Fletcher||Adidas||Intuit QuickBooks|
|West Ham United||Sam Allardyce||Kevin Nolan||Adidas||Betway|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||League position||Incoming manager||Date of appointment|
|West Bromwich Albion||Pepe Mel||Mutual consent||12 May 2014||Pre-season||Alan Irvine||14 June 2014|
|Tottenham Hotspur||Tim Sherwood||Sacked||13 May 2014||Mauricio Pochettino||27 May 2014|
|Southampton||Mauricio Pochettino||Signed by Tottenham||27 May 2014||Ronald Koeman||16 June 2014|
|Crystal Palace||Tony Pulis||Mutual consent||14 August 2014||Neil Warnock||27 August 2014|
|Neil Warnock||Sacked||27 December 2014||18th||Alan Pardew||2 January 2015|
|West Bromwich Albion||Alan Irvine||29 December 2014||16th||Tony Pulis||1 January 2015|
|Newcastle United||Alan Pardew||Signed by Crystal Palace||2 January 2015||10th||John Carver||26 January 2015|
|Queens Park Rangers||Harry Redknapp||Resigned||3 February 2015||19th||Chris Ramsey||12 February 2015|
|Aston Villa||Paul Lambert||Sacked||11 February 2015||18th||Tim Sherwood||14 February 2015|
|Sunderland||Gus Poyet||16 March 2015||17th||Dick Advocaat||17 March 2015|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Chelsea (C)||38||26||9||3||73||32||+41||87||Qualification for the Champions League group stage|
|4||Manchester United||38||20||10||8||62||37||+25||70||Qualification for the Champions League play-off round|
|5||Tottenham Hotspur||38||19||7||12||58||53||+5||64||Qualification for the Europa League group stage|
|7||Southampton||38||18||6||14||54||33||+21||60||Qualification for the Europa League third qualifying round|
|12||West Ham United||38||12||11||15||44||47||−3||47||Qualification for the Europa League first qualifying round|
|13||West Bromwich Albion||38||11||11||16||38||51||−13||44|
|18||Hull City (R)||38||8||11||19||33||51||−18||35||Relegation to the Football League Championship|
|20||Queens Park Rangers (R)||38||8||6||24||42||73||−31||30|
On 3 May 2015, Chelsea beat Crystal Palace 1–0 to secure the Premier League title with three games to play. PFA Player of the Year winner Eden Hazard scored the winning goal near the end of the first half, heading in the rebound of his own penalty kick. The win left Chelsea 16 points ahead of Arsenal, which had five games remaining.Chelsea were atop the standings the entire year, having got off to a good start. For Chelsea, it was the fourth title in the last eleven years, but first in the last six seasons. It was the fifth title in the club's 110-year history. "We showed absolutely everything since day one, everything football demands from a team," said manager José Mourinho. "We had fantastic attacking football, we had fantastic domination ... we defended amazingly well." It was Mourinho's 22nd career title. He won titles at Chelsea in 2005 and 2006, before being forced out by owner Roman Abramovich, and returning in 2013. Diego Costa led Chelsea with 20 goals.
|1||Sergio Agüero||Manchester City||26|
|2||Harry Kane||Tottenham Hotspur||21|
|4||Charlie Austin||Queens Park Rangers||18|
|6||Saido Berahino||West Bromwich Albion||14|
|9||Christian Benteke||Aston Villa||13|
|Wayne Rooney||Manchester United|
|David Silva||Manchester City|
|Diego Costa||Chelsea||Swansea City||4–2||13 September 2014|
|Sergio Agüero 4||Manchester City||Tottenham Hotspur||4–1||18 October 2014|
|Charlie Austin||Queens Park Rangers||West Bromwich Albion||3–2||20 December 2014|
|Jonathan Walters||Stoke City||Queens Park Rangers||3–1||31 January 2015|
|Harry Kane||Tottenham Hotspur||Leicester City||4–3||21 March 2015|
|Christian Benteke||Aston Villa||Queens Park Rangers||3–3||7 April 2015|
|Yannick Bolasie||Crystal Palace||Sunderland||4–1||11 April 2015|
|Sergio Agüero||Manchester City||Queens Park Rangers||6–0||10 May 2015|
|Sadio Mané||Southampton||Aston Villa||6–1||16 May 2015|
|Theo Walcott||Arsenal||West Bromwich Albion||4–1||24 May 2015|
4Player scored 4 goals
|3||Chris Brunt||West Bromwich Albion||10|
|Ángel Di María||Manchester United|
|Gylfi Sigurdsson||Swansea City|
|9||Sergio Agüero||Manchester City||8|
|Stewart Downing||West Ham United|
|Jesús Navas||Manchester City|
|Matt Phillips||Queens Park Rangers|
|Jamie Vardy||Leicester City|
|1||Joe Hart||Manchester City||14|
|2||Łukasz Fabiański||Swansea City||13|
|6||Ben Foster||West Bromwich Albion||11|
|8||David de Gea||Manchester United||10|
|10||Brad Guzan||Aston Villa||9|
|Month||Manager of the Month||Player of the Month||Reference|
|August||Garry Monk||Swansea City||Diego Costa||Chelsea|
|September||Ronald Koeman||Southampton||Graziano Pellè||Southampton|
|October||Sam Allardyce||West Ham United||Diafra Sakho||West Ham United|
|November||Alan Pardew||Newcastle United||Sergio Agüero||Manchester City|
|December||Manuel Pellegrini||Manchester City||Charlie Austin||Queens Park Rangers|
|January||Ronald Koeman||Southampton||Harry Kane||Tottenham Hotspur|
|February||Tony Pulis||West Bromwich Albion|
|March||Arsène Wenger||Arsenal||Olivier Giroud||Arsenal|
|April||Nigel Pearson||Leicester City||Christian Benteke||Aston Villa|
|Premier League Manager of the Season||José Mourinho||Chelsea|
|Premier League Player of the Season||Eden Hazard||Chelsea|
|PFA Players' Player of the Year||Eden Hazard||Chelsea|
|PFA Young Player of the Year||Harry Kane||Tottenham Hotspur|
|FWA Footballer of the Year||Eden Hazard||Chelsea|
|PFA Team of the Year|
|Goalkeeper||David de Gea (Manchester United)|
|Defence||Branislav Ivanović (Chelsea)||John Terry (Chelsea)||Gary Cahill (Chelsea)||Ryan Bertrand (Southampton)|
|Midfield||Alexis Sánchez (Arsenal)||Nemanja Matić (Chelsea)||Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool)||Eden Hazard (Chelsea)|
|Attack||Diego Costa (Chelsea)||Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)|
The 2004–05 FA Premier League began on 14 August 2004 and ended on 15 May 2005. Arsenal were the defending champions after going unbeaten the previous season. Chelsea won the title with a then record 95 points, which was previously set by Manchester United in the 1993–94 season, and later surpassed by Manchester City in the 2017–18 season (100), securing the title with a 2–0 win at the Reebok Stadium against Bolton Wanderers. Chelsea also broke a number of other records during their campaign, most notably breaking the record of most games won in a single Premier League campaign, securing 29 wins in the league in home and away matches, which was later surpassed by themselves in the 2016–17 season.
The 2005–06 FA Premier League began on 13 August 2005, and concluded on 7 May 2006. The season saw Chelsea retain their title after defeating Manchester United 3–0 at Stamford Bridge towards the end of April. On the same day, West Bromwich Albion and Birmingham City were relegated, joining Sunderland in the Championship for the following season. Chelsea drew the record they set the previous season, with 29 wins in home and away campaigns.
The 2008–09 Premier League was the 17th season since the establishment of the Premier League in 1992. Manchester United became champions for the 11th time on the penultimate weekend of the season, defending their crown after winning their tenth Premier League title on the final day of the previous season. They were run close by Liverpool, who had a better goal difference and who had beaten United home and away, including a 4–1 victory at Old Trafford, but who were undone by a series of draws. The campaign – the fixtures for which were announced on 16 June 2008 – began on Saturday, 16 August 2008, and ended on 24 May 2009. A total of 20 teams contested the league, consisting of 17 who competed in the previous season and three promoted from the Football League Championship. The new match ball was the Nike T90 Omni.
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The 2010–11 Premier League was the 19th season of the Premier League since its establishment in 1992. The 2010–11 fixtures were released on 17 June 2010 at 09:00 BST. The season began on 14 August 2010, and ended on 22 May 2011. Chelsea were the defending champions.
The 2011–12 Premier League was the 20th season of the Premier League since its establishment in 1992. The season began on 13 August 2011 and ended on 13 May 2012 with Manchester City sealing their first league title since 1968 with victory over Queens Park Rangers on the final day. The title was City's first Premier League success, making them the fifth club to win the Premier League in its 20-year history. City finished level on 89 points with Manchester United, but their goal difference was eight better than their local rivals', making it the first time the Premier League had been won on goal difference.
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The 2013–14 Premier League was the 22nd season of the Premier League, the top-flight English professional league for men's football clubs. The fixtures were announced on 19 June 2013. The season started on Saturday 17 August 2013, and concluded on Sunday 11 May 2014.
The 2013–14 season was Manchester City Football Club's 112th season of competitive football, its 85th season in the top division of English football and its 17th season in the Premier League since the league was first created, with Manchester City as one of the original 22 founder-members.
The 2014–15 season was Manchester City Football Club's 113th season of competitive football, its 86th season in the top division of English football and 18th season in the Premier League since the league was first created with Manchester City as one of the original 22 founder-members.
The 2014–15 season was Tottenham Hotspur's 23rd season in the Premier League and 37th successive season in the top division of the English football league system.
The 2014–15 season was Crystal Palace's second consecutive season back in the Premier League, and was also the first time they had ever been in the Premier League for two seasons in a row. Palace also competed in the League Cup and the FA Cup.
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