Current Map of Premier League Teams

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England has one of the top domestic football leagues in the world and the Premier League sits at the top of the pyramid.

RELATED: A Guide to London Premier League Teams

With top sides like Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United boasting a rich history, ONE37pm gives a further look at the 20 current Premier League teams.

Map of Premier League Teams

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City: London

Founded: 1886

League Titles: 13

Stadium: Emirates Stadium

Capacity: 60,704

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Aston Villa

City: Birmingham

Founded: 1874

League Titles: 7

Stadium: Villa Park

Capacity: 42,749

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City: Bournemouth

Founded: 1899

League Titles: 0

Stadium: Vitality Stadium

Capacity: 11,364

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City: London

Founded: 1889

League Titles: 0

Stadium: Gtech Community Stadium

Capacity: 17,250

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Brighton and Hove Albion

City: Brighton

Founded: 1901

League Titles: 0

Stadium: Falmer Stadium

Capacity: 31,800

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City: London

Founded: 1905

League Titles: 6

Stadium: Stamford Bridge

Capacity: 40,341

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Crystal Palace

City: London

Founded: 1905

League Titles: 6

Stadium: Selhurst Park

Capacity: 25,486

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City: Liverpool

Founded: 1878

League Titles: 9

Stadium: Goodison Park

Capacity: 39,572

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City: London

Founded: 1879

League Titles: 0

Stadium: Craven Cottage

Capacity: 25,700

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Leeds United

City: Leeds

Founded: 1919

League Titles: 3

Stadium: Elland Road

Capacity: 37,792

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Leicester City

City: Leicester

Founded: 1884

League Titles: 1

Stadium: King Power Stadium

Capacity: 32,261

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City: Liverpool

Founded: 1892

League Titles: 19

Stadium: Anfield

Capacity: 53,394

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Manchester City

City: Manchester

Founded: 1894

League Titles: 8

Stadium: Etihad Stadium

Capacity: 53,400

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Manchester United

City: Manchester

Founded: 1902

League Titles: 20

Stadium: Old Trafford

Capacity: 74,310

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Newcastle United

City: Newcastle

Founded: 1892

League Titles: 0

Stadium: St. James’ Park

Capacity: 52,305

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Nottingham Forest

City: Nottingham

Founded: 1865

League Titles: 1

Stadium: City Ground

Capacity: 30,445

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City: Southampton

Founded: 1885

League Titles: 0

Stadium: St. Mary’s Stadium

Capacity: 32,383

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Tottenham Hotspur

City: London

Founded: 1882

League Titles: 2

Stadium: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Capacity: 62,850

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West Ham United

City: London

Founded: 1990

League Titles: 0

Stadium: London Stadium

Capacity: 62,500

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Wolverhampton Wanderers

City: Wolverhampton

Founded: 1877

League Titles: 0

Stadium: Molineux Stadium

Capacity: 32,050


A Complete List of London Premier League Teams

Being the capital of England and a city where the most watched and participated in sport is soccer, naturally London has quite the hold on the sport. The 20 teams that are in the Premier League every year is generally pretty diverse, but there hasn’t been a single year since the league kicked off where a few London teams haven’t been involved.

But of the 20 teams in the Prem, just how many are based in London? 

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How many Premier League teams are in London?

As of the 2022/2023 season, there are 7 teams from London in the Premier League. This is the first season where seven London teams are in the Prem since the 1994/1995 season. The most London participants to ever be in the Premier League is 8, which happened once in the 1989/1990 season.

Below is an outline of all of the London teams in this Premier League for the 2022/2023 season.

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  • Location: North London
  • Stadium: Emirates Stadium
  • Where: Islington
  • Year the club was founded: 1886
  • Years in the Prem: 31

Arsenal have been a mainstay in the Premier League since it was founded in 1992. They won it in 1997, 2001 and 2003, the latter of which was the closing of a season so strong that that team are dubbed The Invincibles. They went the entire 2002/2003 season without losing a single game. At the time of writing, they’re the favourites to win the 2022/2023 season, 5 points clear of City.

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  • Location: West London
  • Stadium: Gtech Community Stadium
  • Where: Hounslow
  • Year the club was founded: 1889
  • Years in the Prem: 2

Brentford first entered the Premier League in the 2021/2022 season, where they finished 13th and bagged 46 points. It was a very respectable showing for a team who had never played at that level before and this season, they’re also playing at a solid level, getting 38 points in 24 games.

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  • Location: West London
  • Stadium: Stamford Bridge
  • Where: Hammersmith and Fulham
  • Year the club was founded: 1905
  • Years in the Prem: 31

Like Arsenal, Chelsea are one of only 6 teams to be in the Premier League every year since its inception, and one of only 3 London teams to do so. Chelsea have won the league 5 times in 2004, 2005, 2009, 2014 and 2016 and those trophies come amongst a variety of others, as Chelsea boasts one of the most decorates histories of any club on the planet.

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Crystal Palace
  • Location: South London
  • Stadium: Selhurst Park
  • Where: Croydon
  • Year the club was founded: 1905
  • Years in the Prem: 14

Although Palace was officially founded in 1905, the club has traces back to 1861 and many fans claim that this means they should be considered the oldest professional soccer club in the world. They have been in the Premier League for about half of its existence, with their highest finish in 14 seasons being 10th.

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  • Location: West London
  • Stadium: Craven Cottage
  • Where: Hammersmith and Fulham
  • Year the club was founded: 1879
  • Years in the Prem: 16

Fulham have spent a total of 16 seasons in the Premier League where their best finish is coming 7th in the 2008/2009 season. Last season, they won the Championship and were promoted back up to the Prem for their fourth spell there. The club is actually London’s oldest professional club, dating back to 1879.

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Tottenham Hotspur
  • Location: North London
  • Stadium: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • Where: Haringey
  • Year the club was founded: 1882
  • Years in the Prem: 31

Spurs are the third and final London club that have never missed a Premier League season. Despite this, as their fans will begrudgingly admit, they have also never won the League, with their closest attempt being coming 2nd in the 2016/2017 season. They’re respected regardless and their last finish outside of the top 10 was in 2007/2008.

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West Ham United
  • Location: East London
  • Stadium: London Stadium
  • Where: Newham
  • Year the club was founded: 1895
  • Years in the Prem: 27

Last up are West Ham, who have only not been in the Premier League for four of its seasons. The Hammers’ best finish is coming 5th in the 1998/1999 season. Notably, the team plays at London Stadium, which is where the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics took place. Their home ground has a top 4 highest capacity in the League.

What other teams are in London?

London is the home to 17 professional clubs, dozens of semi-professional clubs and hundreds and hundreds of amateur clubs. The way the relegation system works is that every year, the top few clubs on each table are promoted to the league above them and the bottom few clubs on each table are relegated to the league below them. This means that theoretically, any team can make it up to the Premier League in a number of seasons. If you’d like to read more about that system, click here.

Below, we’ve compiled an alphabetical list of all of the London clubs that play soccer in the top leagues outside of the Premier League.

  • AFC Wimbledon (League One)
  • Barnet (National League)
  • Bromley (National League)
  • Charlton Athletic (League One)
  • Dagenham & Redbridge (National League)
  • Leyton Orient (League Two)
  • Millwall (Championship)
  • Sutton United (League Two)
  • Watford (Championship)
  • Wealdstone (National League)
  • Queens Park Rangers (Championship)

How to Watch Premier League in the United States

Football has become a massive draw across the globe and Americans are consuming Premier League games more than ever.

RELATED: Most Premier League Goals in a Season

Top stars appear in England’s top flight, making it a significant draw for supporters around the globe that regularly watch Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City. For many, the Premier League is considered the best football league in the world.

Erling Haaland and City consistently have massive star power but this season Arsenal has found themselves on the front foot of the Premier League title race for the first time in years.

Mikel Arteta’s side have always been popular in America with a previous generation led by players like Patrick Vieira and Thierry Henry. Now, the Gunners b0ast promising stars like Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Jesus and Martin Odegaard.

Below, I break down how fans can watch Premier League matches in the United States. Check it out!

How to watch Premier League matches

NBC Sports Group has the exclusive rights to the Premier League in the U.S., which includes English and Spanish broadcast coverage. Matches are typically shown nationally on NBC, USA Network as well as Telemundo in Spanish.

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Their Peacock streaming service shows the bulk of Premier League matches each weekend, with games being shown on Saturdays and Sundays and occasionally weekdays.


Peacock is arguably the best way to watch Premier League matches because of the volume of games offered each week. The NBC-owned streaming service starts at $4.99 per month for its basic package and also offers a $9.99 a month service that is commercial-free.

Peacock gives fans insight into historic matches from the past, official match highlights and other Premier League programming. Premier League-specific shows such as The Men in Blazers and The 2 Robbies are some of the other programs Peacock offers.


FuboTV offers Premier League fans the ability to watch games on NBC and USA Network. In all, Fubo gives base subscribers over 100 channels to choose from. If subscribers stay on after an initial trial, FuboTV typically costs $74.99 a month to continue with its service.

Hulu Live TV

Hulu has over 60 channels to select including NBC and USA Network for Premier League viewing. The company’s package costs roughly $69.99 per month and it serves on a month-to-month basis similar to FuboTV.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV comes with a price tag of $64.99 per month and offers Premier League watchers with the same NBC and USA Network.

Sling TV

Sling gives subscribers several options for base streaming, including a $35 a month Sling Blue package. The 30-channel package does include NBC and USA Network.

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When does the Premier League season end?

The Premier League runs through May with the final Matchday coming Memorial Day Weekend. Matchday 38 concludes the season on May 28 with all 20 English clubs competing at the same time on Championship Sunday.


Breaking Down the Players with the Most Goals in a Premier League Season

England has had some of the top talent in football and these are the players with the most goals in a Premier League season.

RELATED: How to Watch the Premier League in USA

Over the years players like Alan Shearer, Andy Cole and Mohamed Salah have dazzled in England’s top flight. This season, Erling Haaland is on pace to shatter the Premier League record for goals in his debut season.

Haaland has an astounding 21 goals so far in 2022/23, which makes the Norwegian a massive threat to Shearer and Cole’s joint-record. The Manchester City star needs just 13 goals to equal the total that the former Premier League stars racked up almost three decades ago.

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Shearer set that 34-goal number back in 1994/95 while playing for Blackburn Rovers.There are some discrepancies over who holds the record because the Premier League has cut back on matches over the years. When Shearer scored 34 goals, he did it in a 42-game season, while the Premier League has played a 38-game slate since the mid 1990’s.

Below, ONE37pm takes a closer look at the players that scored the most goals in a Premier League season.

Most goals scored in a Premier League season

In the Premier League era, no player was most dominant than Alan Shearer, who holds countless records in England’s top flight. Shearer has the most goals in Premier League history with 260 goals during his tremendous career. His best season came in 1994/95 and is level with Andy Cole’s fantastic 34-goal campaign the season prior.

Mo Salah came along years later for Liverpool and nearly put himself onto the top of the goalscoring charts, but fell two short.

Now, Erling Haaland is chasing this list of extraordinary talents with 21 goals in 17 matches. The Norway international is on pace to score over 40 goals in England’s domestic league in 2022/23.

34 goals

Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers) – 1994/95 (42-game season)

Andy Cole (Newcastle United) – 1993/94 (42-game season)

32 goals

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 2017/18

31 goals

Luis Suarez (Liverpool) – 2013/14

Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) – 2007/08

Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers) – 1993/94

Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers) – 1995/96

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30 goals

Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) – 2017/18

Robin van Persie (Arsenal) – 2011/12

Thierry Henry (Arsenal) – 2003/04

Kevin Phillips (Sunderland) – 1999/00

Top Premier League goalscorers of all time

While players like Haaland have bright futures in England, only one current player sits in the top 10 for Premier League goals.

Harry Kane has become a club legend for Tottenham and he’s closing in on his 200th goal. He’d become the third player to ever hit that goal total as he chases Shearer and Wayne Rooney.

Meanwhile, other English legends like Frank Lampard, Michael Owen and Andy Cole broke into the chart during their tenures.

Learn more about the best Premier League goalscorers of all time.

Alan Shearer – 260 goals (441 games)

Wayne Rooney – 208 goals (491 games)

Harry Kane – 198 goals (297 games)

Andy Cole – 187 goals (414 games)

Sergio Aguero – 184 goals (275 games)

Frank Lampard – 177 goals (609 games)

Thierry Henry – 175 goals (258 games)

Robbie Fowler – 163 goals (379 games)

Jermain Defoe – 162 goals (496 games)

Michael Owen – 150 goals (326 games)


Premier League Champions List: Who Won Each Year?

Who are all of the past Premier League champions? Let’s first talk about the sport.

They call soccer “the beautiful game” and for good reason. Eleven players on each side run around a massive pitch for 90 minutes, looking for the smallest windows of opportunity to score. It’s hard to top the excitement in a solo-run or the intensity that builds up as a player lines up for a penalty kick.


When looking at the English football league system, it’s hard to rival the talent of players that make up the Premier League. Some of the best players in the world join the Premier League because simply put, it’s the most important league in Europe.

The English Football League has undergone significant changes since its inception in 1888. From 1888-1892, the league was simply called the Football League. In 1892, a rival league called the Football Alliance was absorbed by the Football League, creating Football League First Division. Finally in 1992, the larger clubs in the league formed the FA Premier League, the highest division of English football. We are looking back at every single Premier League champion since 2000.

1.) 2021-22: Manchester City
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  • Runner up: Liverpool

Since Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan purchased Manchester City in 2008, the club has spent nearly two billion pounds in transfers. That money is not going to waste, with City winning six titles since Mansour came to the club. City was a single point above Liverpool heading into the last match-day this season. After some comeback goals from substitutes, City won their final game 3-2 to become Premier League champions.

2.) 2020-21: Manchester City
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  • Runner up: Manchester United

The 2020-21 campaign for Manchester City was really a no contest. Pep Guardiola had his squad in prime form this season, winning a league best 27 games. They would win the Premier League by a twelve point margin this season. They clinched the title with three games remaining in the season, a show of pure dominance by City this year.

3.) 2019-20: Liverpool
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  • Runner up: Manchester City

The 2019-20 Premier League season was one completely dominated by Liverpool. They set the record for earliest title win, biggest point lead, and most consecutive home wins in a single season. They finished the season with 99 points, 18 more points than that of second place.

4.) 2018-19: Manchester City
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  • Runner up: Liverpool

In a highly contested season, Manchester City was able to claim another Premier League title. City would win their last fourteen league games and held a one point lead over Liverpool heading into the last match day. After securing a win, City was crowned Premier League champions with 98 points.

5.) 2017-18: Manchester City
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  • Runner up: Manchester United

The 2017-18 season was the Premier Leagues proper introduction to manager Pep Guardiola. City broke the record for points, most wins, most away wins, most goals, and most consecutive wins in a season. They finished the year with a league record 100 points.

6.) 2016-17: Chelsea
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  • Runner up: Tottenham Hotspur

Chelsea dominated the 2016-17 Premier League season and took home some hardware because of it. They clinched the season title with two games left after taking down West Bromwich Albion 1-0. They finished the season with 93 points, seven more points than Tottenham who finished second.

7.) 2015-16: Leicester City
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  • Runner up: Arsenal

If I had a time machine and could go back and change anything in life, I would bet the house on Leicester City to win the 2015-16 title. In one of the biggest upsets in sports history, Leicester claimed the Premier League title despite being given 5000-1 odds at the start of the year. This is truly one of the greatest cinderella stories in sports.

8.) 2014-15: Chelsea
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  • Runner up: Manchester City

2015 was a year that can be as characterized as the return of Chelsea, as they would become Premier League champions for the first time since 2010. They claimed the feat with three games left in the season after defeating Crystal Palace 1-0. They finished the season with 87 points.

9.) 2013-14: Manchester City
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  • Runner up: Liverpool

Liverpool had a clear lock on the title until they took a loss and a draw in two of the last three season matches. City took full advantage and would claim the title on the last match day with a 2-0 win over West Ham. United finished the season with 86 points.

10.) 2012-13: Manchester United
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  • Runner up: Manchester City

Manchester United was absolutely dominant in 2013, winning the Premier League with four games remaining in the season. This was their 13th premier league title over and the most recent the club has won. They finished with 89 points, 11 more than Manchester City in second.

11.) 2011-12: Manchester City
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  • Runner up: Manchester United

There are few Premier League seasons as hotly contested as the 2011-12 season. Despite being tied in points at 89, Manchester City claimed the title over Manchester United via goal differentials. This is the only time the Premier League has been determined by goal differential and is highly regarded as one of the greatest Premier League seasons ever.

12.) 2010-11: Manchester United
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  • Runner up: Chelsea

Manchester United secured their 2011 Premier League title after a tie with Blackburn rovers in mid-May. They topped the table by 11 points, showing how dominant they were throughout the whole season. United manager Nemanja Vidić was awarded Premier League Manager of the Season.

13.) 2009-2010: Chelsea
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  • Runner up: Manchester United

Despite Manchester United being in the middle of an unprecedented streak of title wins, Chelsea spoiled the day and claimed the title. Chelsea had a one point lead heading into the last match day, and that would prove no challenge for them. They would defeat Wigan Athletic 8-0 to become Premier League champions.

14.) 2008-09: Manchester United
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  • Runner up: Liverpool

Cristiano Ronaldo’s final season in his first stint at Manchester United ended per usual, with a trophy. Despite dropping games to second place Liverpool throughout the season, United was able to win the Premier League by four points this year. They would finish with 90 points total.

15.) 2007-08: Manchester United
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  • Runner up: Chelsea

Get used to seeing Manchester United in the next couple of spots in this list, because this was one of the most dominant stretch’s in the clubs history. Chelsea and United were tied in points headed into the last match day this season. Chelsea would draw 1-1 with Bolton Wanderers while United defeated Wigan Athletic 2-0, crowning them champions.

16.) 2006-07: Manchester United
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  • Runner up: Chelsea

Manchester United began their five title in four year campaign after winning the Premier League in 2007. They held a seven point lead with two games left in the season, clinching the title for them. They finished the season with 89 points and Ronaldo finished third overall in goals scored across the Premier League.

17.) 2005-06: Chelsea
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  • Runner up: Manchester United

There was no team nearly as dominant as Chelsea during their 2006 campaign in the Premier League. They finished the season with 91 points, eight more than Manchester United in second place. Frank Lampard was Chelseas leading scoring this season, netting 16 goals throughout the year.

18.) 2004-05: Chelsea
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  • Runner up: Arsenal

Chelsea had an unreal run in 2005, claiming a number of records that have since been broken. They had 29 wins across the season, as well as breaking the most points in a season record. They would finish with 95 points, twelve more than Arsenal in second place. Frank Lampard again was the leading scorer for Chelsea, netting 13 goals during their 2005 campaign.

19.) 2003-04: Arsenal
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  • Runner up: Chelsea

Arsenal has one of the most passionate fanbases in all of english football, and their 2004 campaign was one to remember. They went unbeaten throughout the entire year, finishing the season with 26 wins and 12 draws, claiming 90 points throughout the season, eleven more than that of second place. Arsenal’s Thierry Henry led the entire Premier League in scoring, netting a sensational 30 goals.

20.) 2002-03: Manchester United
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  • Runner up: Arsenal

Arsenal looked to have complete control of the 2002-2003 Premier League season before a complete collapse at the end of the year. They were unbeaten throughout 30 consecutive Premier League games before finally losing. United would take full advantage and edge above Arsenal with a few games remaining, finishing the season with 83 points opposed to Arsenals 78, giving them the title. Ruud Van Nistelrooy led scoring for United and the entire Premier League, with 25 goals.

21.) 2001-02: Arsenal
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  • Runner up: Liverpool

Arsenal had an absolutely epic year in 2002, winning multiple trophies across the season. They would claim the FA cup and shortly after just five days later, they would become Premier League champions. They finished the season with 87 points, seven more than Liverpool in second place. The title race was fairly close between four teams throughout the season, but Arsenal edged away at the end of the year to claim the title.

22.) 2000-01: Manchester United
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  • Runner up: Arsenal

Manchester United claimed another Premier League title in 2001 in complete dominance. They finished the year with 80 points, ten more than Arsenal in second place. Teddy Sheringham would lead all scorers for Manchester United, netting 15 goals throughout the year.

23.) 1999-00: Manchester United
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  • Runner up: Arsenal

There was absolutely no team that came close to Manchester United during their 2000 campaign. United only lost three games the entire season, finishing with 91 points. Second place Arsenal only had 73 points, meaning that United won the league by a margin of 18 points (6 wins worth of points). Dwight Yorke led scoring for United, putting in 20 goals throughout the season.


Why Americans Should be Watching Leeds United

Leeds United could be the most exciting team in the Premier League and their American flair should have everyone stateside watching.

Last season, the English-based side narrowly escaped relegation after dealing with numerous injuries and a shaky back line.

In comes former New York Red Bulls and RB Leipzig manager Jesse Marsch, and Leeds have begun a new era.

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Marsch is a former U.S. Men’s National Team player and one that has the potential to be one of the country’s greatest-ever football coaches.

Simply put, his teams like to play fast and press hard for 90 minutes.

That’s why casual fans of the Premier League and football alike, especially in America, should be latching onto Leeds.

In addition to Marsch, the Peacocks have three players that came from Major League Soccer.

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Brenden Aaronson, Tyler Adams, and Jack Harrison have given Americans a reason to watch each week.

Two of those three (Aaronson and Adams) currently play for the USMNT and are essentially locks to travel to Qatar for this year’s World Cup.

Meanwhile, Harrison made a name for himself in MLS after moving to the U.S. as a teenager and going on to star at Wake Forest.

Coming into this season, the expectations for Leeds weren’t very high.

The club lost two of its top stars in Raphinha and Kalvin Phillips, however, Marsch and Co. have spent wisely to improve their squad.

Leeds is unbeaten through three matches, including a hefty 3-0 thrashing of defending FIFA Club World Cup champions, Chelsea.

This club may not have the star power of a Manchester City or Liverpool, but they make up for it with tenacity and unrelenting pressure.

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On Sunday, it wasn’t just the fact that Leeds came away with three points against Chelsea.

It was the idea that for roughly 75 minutes Leeds were the better side and exhausted the Blues with their never-ending high press.

So, for the Americans that haven’t found their Premier League side just yet, perhaps Leeds United is calling your name.


Meet Chelsea Striker Armando Broja

The new Premier League season is here and for Chelsea that means a new striker leading up front with Armando Broja.

The Albania international enters the fold for Thomas Tuchel’s side after spending last season on loan with Southampton.

Broja tallied eight goals in all competitions for the Saints, including six coming in Premier League play.

[ MORE: Meet Nottingham Winger Alex Mighten ]

The 20 year old striker has significant promise with his physicality, pace and deadly right foot.

He’ll have the opportunity to compete alongside other young Chelsea talents like Kai Havertz, Mason Mount and Christian Pulisic.

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Broja’s ties to Chelsea go back to 2009 when he joined the club’s academy after a few seasons with Tottenham’s youth system.

The promising attacker earned his first opportunity on loan in 2020 when he bagged 10 goals for Dutch side Vitesse.

With big-money signing Romelu Lukaku out on loan at Inter Milan, Broja has a significant opportunity this season with the Blues.

The Albanian and Havertz will battle for regular minutes at the No. 9 spot, but Broja is a more natural fit.

That could sway Tuchel into giving the young goal scorer an opportunity throughout the campaign to see if he’s a viable long-term solution.

Broja has made a dent on the international scene with his native Albania as well, making 14 appearances dating back to 2020.

Although his country didn’t qualify for the World Cup, Broja did score three goals during World Cup qualifying.

Armando Broja will certainly be a name worth watching throughout the coming months and years.


Meet Nottingham Winger Alex Mighten

The Premier League has had a growing representation of American-born talents and Alex Mighten can be added to that list.

Mighten, 20, was born in Hartford, Connecticut where his father Eddie worked at ESPN.

His family returned to the United Kingdom a few years later and now Mighten is an exciting prospect beginning to make his name in England’s top flight.

[ MORE: 2022 Premier League Predictions ]

Mighten played a role a season ago in helping guide Nottingham back to the Premier League for the first time in over two decades.

The last Forest reached the pinnacle of English football in 1999, Mighten wasn’t even born yet.

Now, the winger is looking to further stamp his presence in the squad after spending over three full seasons in Nottingham.

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The young attacker appeared in 27 matches last season, but only six of them were in a starting capacity.

Forest manager Steve Cooper says that Mighten’s role will likely increase in 2022/23.

“I’m a huge fan of Alex, and long-term, will not let him down,” Cooper said. “I didn’t give him enough minutes last year for obvious reasons, and sometimes including he had bad luck with injuries.

“But we have drawn a line under that. He’s come back looking good. And he’s one of us, isn’t he?”

It’s an exciting time for Mighten though as he prepares to embark on a new international journey on top of his domestic play.

Despite previously representing various England youth teams for years, Mighten appears ready to take on a role with the U.S. Men’s National Team.

If Mighten does complete his one-time switch with FIFA, he’ll join a young American core that features Christian Pulisic and Gio Reyna.

Needless to say, Alex Mighten is a player that will surely be garnering plenty of attention throughout the season and beyond.


2022 Premier League Predictions

The 2022 Premier League season kicks off Friday and that means we’re in for a busy nine months ahead.

20 teams will compete for the title, including reigning champions Manchester City.

Liverpool narrowly missed out on the PL crown a season ago, but both clubs have made significant splashes in the transfer market.

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Erling Haaland joins the Citizens from Borussia Dortmund, while Darwin Nuñez completes Liverpool’s attack after Sadio Mane left for Bayern Munich.

Chelsea has been extremely busy as well under new owner Todd Boehly, bringing in Raheem Sterling, Kalidou Koulibaly and Marc Cucurella, among others.

Newly-promoted clubs Bournemouth, Fulham and Nottingham Forest look to make a dent as they come up from the Championship.

Forest make their Premier League return for the first time since 1999 and now feature former Man United star Jesse Lingard.

ONE37pm drops five predictions ahead of the 2022 Premier League season, including which club will take home the title.

A New Champion?
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Man City and Liverpool are the two clear title favorites heading into the season.

That said, Pep Guardiola’s side has had a fair share of turnover, especially with the losses of Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus.

Meanwhile, Liverpool has retooled with Nuñez and Fabio Carvalho despite losing Mane.

The Reds should have less of an adjustment period and that could allow them to make their move.

Forest Survives Its First Season Back
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Jesse Lingard and Dean Henderson headline a massive transfer window for Forest.

This is a club that has seemingly addressed a lot of needs this summer and they could have a leg up over some struggling Premier League sides.

Forest return to the top flight for the first time in over two decades and Steve Cooper is in a solid position to keep the club up.

Broja Will Succeed at Chelsea
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Chelsea have been longing for a success at the No. 9 since Didier Drogba left the club.

Broja enters the fold after spending last season on loan at Southampton.

He’ll have plenty of talent surrounding him up front, including Sterling, Kai Havertz and Mason Mount.

The Albania international should break 15 goals this season if he can find his form early on.

Broja is a brilliant talent and possesses all the necessary skills to succeed up front under Thomas Tuchel.

Newcastle Will Challenge For Europa League
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Newcastle was one of the best teams over the second half of last season.

The Magpies completely transformed under Eddie Howe and now they’re in a better position to compete.

With a revamped back line that now feature Sven Botman and Kieran Trippier, Newcastle should be able to compete with a lot of top sides.

Who Wins the Golden Boot?
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Gabriel Jesus has a lot of value at +900 to win the Golden Boot.

He brings a much needed role to the Gunners after spending years at Man City.

With a full-time role on his plate at the Emirates Stadium, he’ll surely be the focal point of Arsenal’s attack.

Jesus had eight goals and eight assists last season despite only appearing in 28 matches for City.

Expect his production to soar under Mikel Arteta.


What is the FA Community Shield?

The 2022-23 Premier League season will kick off next weekend, but England’s domestic season begins sooner with the tradition of the FA Community Shield.

For over 100 years the Community Shield has been in place to signify the start of the season in England’s top flight.

Two sides meet with the previous Premier League and FA Cup winners the week before the new season.

In the event that the winner of each competition is the same club, the Premier League runner up is selected to participate.

This season, Manchester City and Liverpool will meet at Wembley Stadium on July 30 in this year’s FA Community Shield.

History of FA Community Shield

The event started back in 1898 and was billed as a professionals versus amateurs match.

The original match pitted First Division champions Manchester United against Southern Division winners Queens Park Rangers.

Over the next few decades the Community Shield eventually developed into a Premier League and FA Cup winners competition.

Most Successful Community Shield Side

Man United has won more Community Shield titles than any other club in England.

Since its founding, the Red Devils have won or shared 21 titles, while Arsenal and Liverpool are close behind with 16 and 15, respectively.

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Overall, 25 different clubs have either won or shared the FA Community Shield.

When is this year’s Community Shield?

The 2022 Community Shield will be played on July 30 at Wembley Stadium.

Liverpool and Man City will meet in the affair after playing several tight matches a season ago.

Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola will certainly have their sides prepared after a busy summer.

Man City added Erling Haaland, Kalvin Phillips and Julian Alvarez, while the Reds signed Benfica star Darwin Nunez.