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Aan de opzet veranderde echter niets. Het aantal clubs in de divisies veranderde niet en ook het promotie-en-degradatiesysteem tussen de twee hoogste afdelingen bleef gelijk.
Het eerste seizoen van de nieuwe Premier League ging van start in met 22 clubs. Een opvallend kenmerk van de Premier League in de eerste jaren na de eeuwwisseling was de dominantie van de zogenaamde "grote vier": Arsenal , Chelsea , Liverpool en Manchester United.
Vooral tussen en werden de eerste vier plaatsen bijna ieder seizoen door deze clubs bezet. In mei uitte Kevin Keegan zijn zorgen hierover door te zeggen dat de Premier League weleens zou kunnen uitgroeien tot een van de saaiste competities ter wereld.
Voorzitter Richard Scudamore relativeerde deze uitspraak door te stellen dat er genoeg schommelingen plaatsvinden in de middenmoot en de onderste regionen, waardoor de competitie interessant blijft.
In de jaren na slaagden Tottenham Hotspur en Manchester City erin de top-vier binnen te dringen. Hiervoor degradeerden eenmalig vier clubs en promoveerden er twee.
Op 8 juni deed de FIFA opnieuw een verzoek aan de Europese topcompetities om het aantal clubs in de competitie te reduceren tot achttien.
De Premier League weigerde stellig, waardoor in gewoon weer twintig clubs aan het nieuwe seizoen begonnen. De uiteindelijke opbrengst zou nog hoger uitvallen, omdat twee livepakketten nog in de verkoop gingen .
De laatste deal in de Premier League over de periode van en was 5,14 miljard pond waard. Dat was toen nog 7 miljard euro. Een overzicht van de behaalde punten van de kampioen vanaf de oprichting van de Premier League in tot en met het heden.
In Engeland is het gebruikelijk dat men clubs een bijnaam in het Engels Nickname geeft. Hoe die naam wordt bepaald, heeft uiteenlopende redenen. Om er enkele op te sommen:.
De eerste 4 op de eindranglijst plaatsen zich voor het Champions League toernooi van het volgende seizoen. Aan dit toernooi mogen drie Engelse ploegen deelnemen.
Mits een bekertoernooi wordt gewonnen door een ploeg uit de top-vijf, mag ook de zesde en als in allebei de bekers een top-vijf ploeg aan het langste eind trekt ook de zevende naar de Europa League.
Uit Wikipedia, de vrije encyclopedie. Zie Premier League doorverwijspagina voor andere betekenissen van Premier League.
Newcastle United Toby Alderweireld: Watford FC Michy Batshuayi: Chelsea FC Christian Benteke: Tottenham Hotspur Ruud Boffin: West Ham United Dedryck Boyata: Tottenham Hotspur Philippe Clement: Coventry City Thibaut Courtois: Stadiums were crumbling, supporters endured poor facilities, hooliganism was rife, and English clubs were banned from European competition for five years following the Heysel Stadium disaster in By the turn of the s the downward trend was starting to reverse: In the s, major English clubs had begun to transform into business ventures, applying commercial principles to club administration to maximise revenue.
It gave the top clubs more power. By threatening to break away, clubs in Division One managed to increase their voting power. At the close of the season, a proposal was tabled for the establishment of a new league that would bring more money into the game overall.
The argument given at the time was that the extra income would allow English clubs to compete with teams across Europe. There was no change in competition format; the same number of teams competed in the top flight, and promotion and relegation between the Premier League and the new First Division remained the same as the old First and Second Divisions with three teams relegated from the league and three promoted.
The league held its first season in — It was composed of 22 clubs for that season. One significant feature of the Premier League in the mids was the dominance of the so-called "Top Four" clubs: Arsenal , Chelsea , Liverpool and Manchester United.
Following the —04 season, Arsenal acquired the nickname " The Invincibles " as they became the first club to complete a Premier League campaign without losing a single game, the only time it has ever happened in the Premier League.
During the s, only four sides outside the "Top Four" managed to qualify for the Champions League: Leeds United — , Newcastle United —02 and —03 , Everton —05 and Tottenham Hotspur —10 — each occupying the final Champions League spot, with the exception of Newcastle in the —03 season, who finished third.
In May Kevin Keegan stated that "Top Four" dominance threatened the division, "This league is in danger of becoming one of the most boring but great leagues in the world.
Between and , there was a Premier League representative in seven of the eight Champions League finals, with only "Top Four" clubs reaching that stage.
Liverpool , Manchester United and Chelsea won the competition during this period, with Arsenal , Liverpool , Chelsea and Manchester United and all losing Champions League finals.
Additionally, between the — and —10 seasons, four Premier League sides reached UEFA Cup or Europa League finals, with only Liverpool managing to win the competition in Arsenal , Middlesbrough and Fulham all lost their finals.
The years following marked a shift in the structure of the "Top Four" with Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City both breaking into the top four places on a regular basis, turning the "Big Four" into the "Big Six".
That season also saw two of the "Big Four" Chelsea and Liverpool finish outside the top four places for the first time since that season.
With only four UEFA Champions League qualifying places available in the league, greater competition for qualification now exists, albeit from a narrow base of six clubs.
In the following five seasons after the —12 campaign, Manchester United and Liverpool both found themselves outside of the top four three times while Chelsea finished 10th in the —16 season.
Arsenal finished 5th in —17 , ending their record run of 20 consecutive top-four finishes. In the —16 season , the top four was breached by a non-Big Six side for the first time since Everton in Leicester City were the surprise winners of the league, qualifying for the Champions League as a result.
Off the pitch, the "Big Six" wield financial power and influence, with these clubs arguing that they should be entitled to a greater share of revenue due to the greater stature of their clubs globally and the attractive football they aim to play.
The —17 Deloitte Football Money League report showed the financial disparity between the "Big Six" and the rest of the division.
The number of clubs was reduced to 20, down from 22, in when four teams were relegated from the league and only two teams promoted.
The Premier League responded by announcing their intention to resist such a reduction. Each club is a shareholder , with one vote each on issues such as rule changes and contracts.
The clubs elect a chairman, chief executive, and board of directors to oversee the daily operations of the league. The current chairman is Sir Dave Richards , who was appointed in April , and the chief executive is Richard Scudamore , appointed in November For the —13 season the Premier League has 10 representatives in the Association: There are 20 clubs in the Premier League.
Teams receive three points for a win and one point for a draw. No points are awarded for a loss. Teams are ranked by total points, then goal difference , and then goals scored.
If still equal, teams are deemed to occupy the same position. If there is a tie for the championship, for relegation, or for qualification to other competitions, a play-off match at a neutral venue decides rank.
The three lowest placed teams in the Premier League are relegated to the Championship, and the top two teams from the Championship promoted to the Premier League,  with an additional team promoted after a series of play-offs involving the third, fourth, fifth and sixth placed clubs.
The following 20 clubs are competing in the Premier League during the current —19 season. Founding member of the Premier League b: Never been relegated from Premier League c: One of the original 12 Football League teams d: Club based in Wales.
The following clubs are not competing in the Premier League during the —19 season, but competed in the Premier League for at least one season.
One of the original 12 Football League teams c: In , a Welsh club participated in the Premier League for the first time after Swansea City gained promotion.
Participation in the Premier League by some Scottish or Irish clubs has sometimes been discussed, but without result.
The idea came closest to reality in , when Wimbledon received Premier League approval to relocate to Dublin, Ireland , but the move was blocked by the Football Association of Ireland.
If this means six Premier League teams qualify, then the fourth-placed team in the Premier League instead plays in the UEFA Europa League , as any single nation is limited to a maximum of 5 teams.
The number of places allocated to English clubs in UEFA competitions is dependent upon the position a country holds in the UEFA country coefficients , which are calculated based upon the performance of teams in UEFA competitions in the previous five years.
Currently the ranking of England and de facto the Premier League is 2nd behind Spain. An exception to the usual European qualification system happened in , after Liverpool won the Champions League the year before, but did not finish in a Champions League qualification place in the Premier League that season.
However, for those leagues with four entrants in the Champions League, this meant that if the Champions League winner finished outside the top four in its domestic league, it would qualify at the expense of the fourth-placed team in the league.
At that time, no association could have more than four entrants in the Champions League. From to , the Premier League had title sponsorship rights sold to two companies, which were Carling brewery and Barclays Bank PLC ; Barclays was the most recent title sponsor, having sponsored the Premier League from until until , the title sponsorship was held through its Barclaycard brand before shifting to its main banking brand in The FA announced on 4 June that it would not pursue any further title sponsorship deals for the Premier League, arguing that they wanted to build a "clean" brand for the competition more in line with those of major U.
As well as sponsorship for the league itself, the Premier League has a number of official partners and suppliers. The Premier League includes some of the richest football clubs in the world.
Premier League clubs agreed in principle in December , to radical new cost controls. The two proposals consist of a break-even rule and a cap on the amount clubs can increase their wage bill by each season.
With the new television deals on the horizon, momentum has been growing to find ways of preventing the majority of the cash going straight to players and agents.
Television has played a major role in the history of the Premier League. At the time pay television was an almost untested proposition in the UK market, as was charging fans to watch live televised football.
The Premier League sells its television rights on a collective basis. This is in contrast to some other European Leagues, including La Liga, in which each club sells its rights individually, leading to a much higher share of the total income going to the top few clubs.
The income from overseas rights is divided equally between the twenty clubs. It sold the rights itself on a territory-by-territory basis. This occurred following an insistence by the European Commission that exclusive rights should not be sold to one television company.
The TV rights agreement between the Premier League and Sky has faced accusations of being a cartel, and a number of court cases have arisen as a result.
The Premier League is particularly popular in Asia, where it is the most widely distributed sports programme. In China, the broadcast rights were awarded to Super Sports in a six-year agreement that began in the —14 season.
There has been an increasing gulf between the Premier League and the Football League. Since its split with the Football League , many established clubs in the Premier League have managed to distance themselves from their counterparts in lower leagues.
Owing in large part to the disparity in revenue from television rights between the leagues,  many newly promoted teams have found it difficult to avoid relegation in their first season in the Premier League.
In every season except —02 , —12 and —18, at least one Premier League newcomer has been relegated back to the Football League.
In —98 , all three promoted clubs were relegated at the end of the season. The Premier League distributes a portion of its television revenue to clubs that are relegated from the league in the form of "parachute payments".
For some clubs who have failed to win immediate promotion back to the Premier League, financial problems, including in some cases administration or even liquidation have followed.
Further relegations down the footballing ladder have ensued for several clubs unable to cope with the gap. As of the —18 season, Premier League football has been played in 58 stadiums since the formation of the division.
As a result, all stadiums in the Premier League are all-seater. The stadiums for the —18 season show a large disparity in capacity.
For example, Wembley Stadium , the temporary home of Tottenham Hotspur, has a capacity of 90, while Dean Court , the home of Bournemouth , has a capacity of 11, Stadium attendances are a significant source of regular income for Premier League clubs.
Managers in the Premier League are involved in the day-to-day running of the team, including the training, team selection and player acquisition.
Their influence varies from club-to-club and is related to the ownership of the club and the relationship of the manager with fans.
Several caretaker managers have gone on to secure a permanent managerial post after performing well as a caretaker, including Paul Hart at Portsmouth and David Pleat at Tottenham Hotspur.
Ferguson was in charge of Manchester United from November until his retirement at the end of the —13 season, meaning he was manager for the last five years of the old Football League First Division and all of the first 21 seasons of the Premier League.
There have been several studies into the reasoning behind, and effects of, managerial sackings. Bas ter Weel of the University of Amsterdam , performed two separate studies which helped to explain the statistics behind managerial sackings.
At the inception of the Premier League in —93 , just 11 players named in the starting line-ups for the first round of matches hailed from outside of the United Kingdom or Ireland.
On 26 December , Chelsea became the first Premier League side to field an entirely foreign starting line-up,  and on 14 February , Arsenal were the first to name a completely foreign man squad for a match.
In response to concerns that clubs were increasingly passing over young English players in favour of foreign players, in , the Home Office tightened its rules for granting work permits to players from countries outside of the European Union.
If a player does not meet those criteria, the club wishing to sign him may appeal. Players may only be transferred during transfer windows that are set by the Football Association.
The two transfer windows run from the last day of the season to 31 August and from 31 December to 31 January. Player registrations cannot be exchanged outside these windows except under specific licence from the FA, usually on an emergency basis.
There is no team or individual salary cap in the Premier League. Th ratio of the wages of the highest paid team to lowest paid in the Premier League is 6.
This is much lower than in La Liga Because of the lower differential between team wage bills in the Premier League, it is often regarded as being more competitive than other top European leagues.
The record transfer fee for a Premier League player has risen steadily over the lifetime of the competition. Italics denotes players still playing professional football, Bold denotes players still playing in the Premier League.
The Golden Boot is awarded to the top Premier League scorer at the end of each season. Andrew Cole and Alan Shearer hold the record for most goals in a season 34 — for Newcastle and Blackburn respectively.
The Premier League maintains two trophies — the genuine trophy held by the reigning champions and a spare replica. Two trophies are held in the event that two clubs could win the League on the final day of the season.
It consists of a trophy with a golden crown and a malachite plinth base. Its main body is solid sterling silver and silver gilt , while its plinth is made of malachite, a semi-precious stone.
The plinth has a silver band around its circumference, upon which the names of the title-winning clubs are listed.
Two of the lions are found above the handles on either side of the trophy — the third is symbolised by the captain of the title-winning team as he raises the trophy, and its gold crown, above his head at the end of the season.
In , a special gold version of the trophy was commissioned to commemorate Arsenal winning the title without a single defeat.
A man of the match award is awarded to the player who has the greatest impact in an individual match. These are also issued annually for Manager of the Season  , Player of the Season.
The Golden Boot award is given to the top goalscorer of every season, The Playmaker of the Season award is given to the player who make the most assists of every season  and the Golden Glove award is given to the goalkeeper with the most clean sheets at the end of the season .
West Ham vs Liverpool. Everton vs Manchester City. Crystal Palace vs West Ham. Fulham vs Manchester United. Manchester City vs Chelsea.
West Ham vs Fulham. Manchester United vs Liverpool. Manchester City vs West Ham. Crystal Palace vs Manchester United.
Manchester United vs Southampton. West Ham vs Newcastle. Manchester City vs Watford. Crystal Palace vs Brighton. Cardiff vs West Ham.
Arsenal vs Manchester United.