Premier League records and statistics

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The Premier League is an English professional league for association football clubs. At the top of the English football league system, it is the country's primary football competition and is contested by 20 clubs. The competition was formed in February 1992 following the decision of clubs in the Football League First Division to break away from The Football League, in order to take advantage of a lucrative television rights deal. This page details the records and statistics of the league.

Contents

League records

Titles

Points

Wins

Defeats

Draws

Goals

Disciplinary

Attendances

These figures do not take into account the 2019–20 and 2020–21 seasons, when many matches had an attendance of zero due to public health measures adopted to control the COVID-19 pandemic.

Player records

Appearances

Players currently playing in the Premier League are highlighted in bold.

Most appearances (career) [84]
RankPlayerGamesPlaying positionFirst seasonLast season
1 Flag of England.svg Gareth Barry 653 Midfielder 1997–98 2017–18
2 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Ryan Giggs 632Midfielder 1992–93 2013–14
3 Flag of England.svg Frank Lampard 609Midfielder 1995–96 2014–15
4 Flag of England.svg David James 572 Goalkeeper 1992–93 2009–10
5 Flag of England.svg James Milner 564Midfielder 2002–03 2020–21
6 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Gary Speed 535Midfielder 1992–93 2007–08
7 Flag of England.svg Emile Heskey 516 Forward 1994–95 2011–12
8 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Mark Schwarzer 514Goalkeeper 1996–97 2014–15
9 Flag of England.svg Jamie Carragher 508 Defender 1996–97 2012–13
10 Flag of England.svg Phil Neville 505Midfielder 1994–95 2012–13

Goals

Players currently playing in the Premier League are highlighted in bold.

Most goals (career) [91]
RankPlayerGoalsGamesRatioPlaying positionFirst goalLast goal
1 Flag of England.svg Alan Shearer 2604410.59 Forward 1992–93 2005–06
2 Flag of England.svg Wayne Rooney 2084910.42Forward 2002–03 2017–18
3 Flag of England.svg Andy Cole 1874140.45Forward 1993–94 2006–07
4 Flag of Argentina.svg Sergio Agüero 1842750.67Forward 2011–12 2020–21
5 Flag of England.svg Frank Lampard 1776090.29 Midfielder 1997–98 2014–15
6 Flag of France.svg Thierry Henry 1752580.68Forward 1999–2000 2011–12
7 Flag of England.svg Harry Kane 1662450.68Forward 2013–14 2020–21
8 Flag of England.svg Robbie Fowler 1633790.43Forward 1993–94 2006–07
9 Flag of England.svg Jermain Defoe 1624960.33Forward 2001–02 2017–18
10 Flag of England.svg Michael Owen 1503260.46Forward 1996–97 2012–13
Direct free kick goals (career) [100] [101]
RankPlayerGoalsGamesRatioPlaying position
1 Flag of England.svg David Beckham 182650.068 Midfielder
2 Flag of Italy.svg Gianfranco Zola 122290.052 Forward
Flag of France.svg Thierry Henry 2580.047Forward
4 Flag of France.svg Laurent Robert 111500.073Forward
Flag of Portugal.svg Cristiano Ronaldo 1960.056 Midfielder
Flag of Sweden.svg Sebastian Larsson 2820.039Midfielder
7 Flag of Ireland.svg Ian Harte 102370.042 Defender
Flag of Norway.svg Morten Gamst Pedersen 2600.038Midfielder
Flag of England.svg James Ward-Prowse 2690.037Midfielder
10 Flag of England.svg Jamie Redknapp 92950.031Midfielder
Flag of Peru (state).svg Nolberto Solano 3020.030Midfielder
Flag of England.svg Frank Lampard 6090.015Midfielder

Hat-tricks & multiple goal records

Assists

Players currently playing in the Premier League are highlighted in bold.

Most assists (career) [124]
RankPlayerAssistsGamesRatioPlaying positionFirst assistLast assist
1 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Ryan Giggs 1626320.26 Midfielder 1992–93 2012–13
2 Flag of Spain.svg Cesc Fàbregas 1113500.32Midfielder 2004–05 2017–18
3 Flag of England.svg Wayne Rooney 1034910.21 Forward 2002–03 2017–18
4 Flag of England.svg Frank Lampard 1026090.17Midfielder 1997–98 2014–15
5 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Dennis Bergkamp 943150.30Forward 1995–96 2005–06
6 Flag of Spain.svg David Silva 933090.30Midfielder 2010–11 2019–20
7 Flag of England.svg Steven Gerrard 925040.18Midfielder 1999–2000 2014–15
8 Flag of England.svg James Milner 855640.15Midfielder 2004–05 2020–21
9 Flag of England.svg David Beckham 802650.30Midfielder 1995–96 2002–03
10 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Kevin De Bruyne 781800.43Midfielder 2013–14 2020–21

Goalkeepers

Players currently playing in the Premier League are highlighted in bold.

Most clean sheets (career) [134]
RankPlayerClean
sheets
GamesRatioFirst seasonLast season
1 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Petr Čech 2024430.46 2004–05 2018–19
2 Flag of England.svg David James 1695720.30 1992–93 2009–10
3 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Mark Schwarzer 1515140.29 1996–97 2014–15
4 Flag of England.svg David Seaman 1413440.41 1992–93 2003–04
5 Flag of England.svg Nigel Martyn 1373720.37 1992–93 2005–06
6 Flag of Spain.svg Pepe Reina 1362970.46 2005–06 2019–20
7 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Edwin van der Sar 1323130.42 2001–02 2010–11
Flag of the United States.svg Tim Howard 1323990.33 2003–04 2015–16
Flag of the United States.svg Brad Friedel 1324500.29 1997–98 2013–14
10 Flag of Denmark.svg Peter Schmeichel 1283100.41 1992–93 2002–03

Disciplinary

Awards

Match records

Scorelines

All-time Premier League table

The all-time 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 2020–21 season. Teams in bold are part of the 2021–22 Premier League. Numbers in bold are the record (highest either positive or negative) numbers in each column. [48]

Pos.ClubSeasonsPldWDLGFGAGDPts1st2nd3rd4thRelegatedBest
Pos.
1 Manchester United 291,1146872471802,1281,0091,1192,308137411
2 Arsenal 291,1145972812361,9561,1008562,07236571
3 Chelsea 291,1145972732441,8971,0928052,06454541
4 Liverpool 291,1145812742591,9271,1218062,01714671
5 Tottenham Hotspur 291,1144802763581,6761,3982781,7161232
6 Manchester City 249244442042761,5591,0425171,536532121
7 Everton 291,1144073143931,4481,415331,53514
8 Newcastle United 269963692543731,3331,355−221,36122122
9 Aston Villa 261,0003412903691,2131,299−861,3131112
10 West Ham United 259583192453941,1751,378−2031,20225
11 Southampton 228482652283551,0351,215−1801,02316
12 Blackburn Rovers 186962621842509279072097011121
13 Leeds United 13506207130169703627767511213
14 Leicester City 15574195150229758809−51735131
15 Middlesbrough 15574165169240648794−146661 [lower-alpha 1] 47
16 Fulham 15570162154254631831−20064037
17 Sunderland 16608153159296612904−29261847
18 Bolton Wanderers 13494149128217575745−17057536
19 Crystal Palace 12464134114216497680−183516410
20 West Bromwich Albion 13494117139238510772−26249058
21 Stoke City 10380116109155398525−12745719
22 Coventry City 935499112143387490−103409111
23 Sheffield Wednesday 831610189126409453−4439217
24 Wimbledon [lower-alpha 2] 83169994123384472−8839116
25 Norwich City 93549498162391585−194380153
26 Charlton Athletic 83049382129342442−10036127
27 Wigan Athletic 83048576143316482−166331110
28 Swansea City 72668266118306383−7731218
29 Queens Park Rangers 72788165132339431−9230835
30 Birmingham City 72667382111273360−8730139
31 Wolverhampton Wanderers 72667572119290419−12929727
32 Portsmouth 72667965122292380−88293 [lower-alpha 3] 18
33 Burnley 72667662128266402−13629027
34 Derby County 72666870128271420−14927428
35 Watford 72666761138276441−165262311
36 Nottingham Forest 5198605979229287−58239133
37 Ipswich Town 5202575392219312−9322425
38 Bournemouth 5190564391241330−8921119
39 Sheffield United 5198535095187270−8320939
40 Hull City 51904148101181323−142171316
41 Brighton & Hove Albion 4152365066148214−6615815
42 Reading 3114322359136186−5011928
43 Oldham Athletic 284222339105142−3789119
44 Cardiff City 27617134666143−7764218
45 Bradford City 27614204268138−7062117
46 Huddersfield Town 27612174750134−8453116
47 Blackpool 138109195578−2339119
48 Barnsley 138105233782−4535119
49 Swindon Town 1425152247100−5330122
50 Brentford 000000000

League or status at 2021–22:

2021–22 Premier League teams
2021–22 EFL Championship teams
2021–22 EFL League One teams
2021–22 EFL League Two teams
Defunct teams
Notes
  1. Middlesbrough deducted 3 points for failure to fulfil a fixture at Blackburn Rovers on 21 December 1996
  2. By a 2007 agreement, neither Milton Keynes Dons nor AFC Wimbledon regards itself as custodian of Wimbledon F.C.'s statistics. [172]
  3. Portsmouth deducted 9 points for entering administration in March 2010

Managers

Notes

  1. Because of the league's suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom, Liverpool's title win on 25 June is also the latest a team has clinched the title; no other Premier League season has played matches in June.

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