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  1. Thanks & goodbye

    That's all from us! As always thank you for your company.

    There might only be two Premier League games left but what a treat we are in for, at both ends of the table!

    Will Manchester City clinch the title this weekend? Will Leeds or Leicester be relegated?

    We'll bring you live text commentary of all the games as it happens.

    But before we go, here are the top lines from today:

  2. 'Nothing more anticlimactic than winning the league in Covid'

    Chelsea v Arsenal (Sun, 12:30 BST)

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    Chelsea Women boss Emma Hayes has been speaking to the media before her league-leading side take on third-placed Arsenal on Sunday.

    On Magda Eriksson and Pernille Harder leaving Chelsea: "There's not enough words to describe the impact Magda, particularlybecause she's been here longer, has on the club.

    “She’s [Harder] one of the most eccentric characters I've evercoached. I will miss her eccentricity no question. Her attention to detail, herthirst for winning. Both of them are going to provide their next club with alot of quality and we've lost a lot, no doubt, but we're equally happy for bothof them and we're very proud of everything they've done.

    On Millie Bright: "I expect Millie to make the WorldCup, but there's no guarantees of anything in life. I know she saw the surgeona couple of days ago and they were really happy with it, so I have no reason tobelieve she won't make it."

    On Chelsea v Arsenal fixtures: "I love them, I've made no secret of that. Idon't think we've performed our best against Arsenal, particularly the lastgame. Arsenal have shown their spirit, their qualities even with theirinjuries. They are a top team."

    On whether winning the title on Sunday would be anti-climactic: "We won a league in COVID once when it was givento us over the telephone so nothing's going to get more anticlimactic thanthat."

  3. Powell joins England backroom team for men's U20 World Cup

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    Former England women's boss Hope Powell has joined the Three Lions backroom team for the men's Under-20 World Cup.

    Powell, who managed the Lionesses between 1998 and 2013, will serve as technical advisor for the tournament starting on Saturday in Argentina.

    "Her vast experience of international football and the knowledge she has from working with Fifa will be invaluable," said England U20s coach Ian Foster.

    England face Tunisia in their group-stage opener on Monday.

    Powell led England's women to the 2009 European Championship final, where they lost to Germany, and two World Cups.

    Read more here

  4. 'I have had so many pinch-myself moments'

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    This week has probably been the first time I've really missed football. I was waiting for it to hit me.

    Otherwise I have felt fine since retiring. I'm making sure I'm still speaking to people about how I'm feeling because sometimes prevention is better than cure. I know my life has changed a lot this past year.

    Sometimes that shift in life can hit you later on, but this past week I've played in two charity matches and being back on the pitch, calling for the ball and talking people through the game - I've missed it.

    Since retiring, I've done quite a lot of talks on things like team building and sharing stories of my journey. I've really enjoyed it. It's got me thinking about little ideas for the future.

    I've done a bit of punditry, podcasts and TV which I've enjoyed too. I can't think of anything I've done where I've thought 'I absolutely hated that'.

    Ultimately, my goal is to go back into coaching because I love it, but you never know what the future is going to hold.

    Read Jill Scott's full column here

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    AZ Alkmaar have apologised to West Ham for the attack after yesterday's game.

    While everyone hoped for a historic European match, it turned into apitch black evening due to the events occurring at the referee’s finalwhistle. It turned into a night to reflect on with shame. Not because of thefootball game played, but because of the behaviour of some visitors.Unfortunately, we cannot use the word ‘supporters’ for these people.

    Whathappened is beyond all bounds. The club again sincerely apologises to West HamUnited and the thousands of well minded AZ supporters who have also beeninconvenienced by the misconduct.

    Inthe coming period AZ will – together with the police, Public ProsecutionService, and Alkmaar’s municipality – evaluate exactly what happened, how itcould have happened and what needs to be improved from now on. It is clear thatthings need to be improved. Part of the evaluation is a thorough review of allavailable footage so that appropriate consequences may follow for thoseresponsible for this outrageous behavior.

    AZ isa civilised club where sportsmanship and norms and values are paramount. Theclub will do everything possible, together with the authorities involved, toidentify these persons and to take appropriate measures.

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  7. Anfield to say goodbye to four 'legends'

    Fans will get the chance to say farewell to four departing players on Saturday, with manager Jurgen Klopp describing them as "Liverpool legends" before their final Anfield appearances for the club.

    Midfield trio James Milner, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita, plus striker Roberto Firmino, will all leave Liverpool at the end of their contracts.

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  8. Lenglet 'is the type of character we want around us'

    Tottenham v Brentford (Sat, 12:30 BST)

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    On centre-back Clement Lenglet signing permanently from Barcelona, Ryan Mason said: "These are conversations that I'm sure will happen in the summer.

    "Right now it's not on my mind but I would say about Clem is that he is the type of character we want around the training ground, he is professional, he does it right.

    "He's vocal and the more people we can keep hold of and get in the more beneficial it is."

  9. 'We’re looking for a response from last weekend'

    Bournemouth v Man Utd (Sat, 15:00 BST)

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    On securing Premier League survival, despite losing to Crystal Palace last week, Gary O'Neil said: "We set ourselves a goal and we’ve achieved it, but does that mean that we’re just happy to just stop, park up and finish on 39 points? Definitely not.

    "Last weekend was a good reminder that if you drop your level a little bit, it can look like a lot at this level. The Premier League is ruthless.

    "We’re looking for a response from last weekend and Manchester United at home is a great fixture for the boys to go and show what they can do."

  10. Man Utd will 'be a good test'

    Bournemouth v Man Utd (Sat, 15:00 BST)

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    On Saturday's game against Manchester United, Gary O'Neil said: "We've managed to get some good work done on preparing for what is going to be a very tough game against a good side that are still pushing hard to make sure they qualify for the Champions League.

    "We’ve got full focus and it’ll be a good test for us tomorrow.”

  11. Lerma in contention against Man Utd

    Bournemouth v Man Utd (Sat, 15:00 BST)

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    Gary O'Neil confirmed midfielder Jefferson Lerma is "in a good spot" but he might have to wear a face mask for the game and Junior Traore is "back in training" and should be "involved next weekend."

    He added: "Traore has had some injuries this season and even when he arrived I think he struggled after 55 minutes physically pace wise. I am looking forward to having him with us from July 1 to improve his fitness levels."

  12. 'My players have been incredible'

    Fulham v Crystal Palace (Sat, 15:00 BST)

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    On his hopes for the remaining two games of the season, Marco Silva said: "After we reached 42 points we said we wanted to achieve our best top flight finish (which was 53 points under Roy Hodgson in the 2008/09 season).

    "We want to achieve our maximum.

    "My players have been incredible, they have shown the capacity to adapt and to play in different positions."

  13. 'We want to win all three points'

    Fulham v Crystal Palace (Sat, 15:00 BST)

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    On Roy Hodgson returning to Craven Cottage, Marco Silva said: "I'm sure he will get a warm welcome.

    "It will be nice to see him. We have a good relationship and I have huge respect for him.

    "They are in a good moment now, but it is our last home game of the season and we want to win all three points!"

  14. Fulham team news

    Fulham v Crystal Palace (Sat, 15:00 BST)

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    Marco Silva confirmed there are no fresh injury concerns ahead of tomorrow's game against Crystal Palace.

    The Fulham boss wouldn't reveal whether striker Aleksandar Mitrovic will start but added that winger Dan James is back in training.

  15. Arsenal 'dropped points and we were there'

    Man City v Chelsea (Sun, 16:00 BST)

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    Manchester City

    On the importance of his sides mentality in order to close the gap on Arsenal, Pep Guardiola said: "They've showed it many times and now we talk about mentality because we won.

    "I don't believe I defend the team when we lose. Last year we didn't have the mentality vs Madrid but now we have the same mentality.

    "To recover eight points, we knew we had to win games and they had to drop points. If Arsenal maintained the rhythm of the first leg, it wouldn't have been possible.

    "They dropped points and we were there. It means a lot to us."

  16. 'To do it against Real Madrid gives us confidence'

    Man City v Chelsea (Sun, 16:00 BST)

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    Manchester City

    On his sides ability to deliver in big moments, Pep Guardiola said: "We have done it many times but we cannot deny what we did in the Champions League semi-final against the best team in the competition.

    "They [Real Madrid] have done 11 semi-finals in 13 years. To do it against them gives us confidence and credit.

    "We have done it against Arsenal, Liverpool, United, the big teams at home. We feel we are strong and confident with our people."

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  17. 'We're lucky to have chance to clinch title at home, we have to take it'

    Man City v Chelsea (Sun, 16:00 BST)

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    Manchester City

    On whether he and his players have calmed down after securing a place in the Champions League final, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola said: "Calmed down? It's non stop!

    "Of course we are satisfied to play the Champions League final but it's non-stop now. What is coming is the most difficult thing. On Sunday, the game is in our hands to win the most important competition.

    "It's 10-11 months, every week. We're lucky to have the chance to finish at home with our people. We have to take it."

  18. 'I should have won more football matches'

    Brighton v Southampton (Sun, 14:00 BST)

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    Southampton have won just two of their 15 games since Ruben Selles was appointed in February, drawing three others, so the Saints are already relegated.

    Selles said: "What we are doing now is trying to make a balance between the things that need to be done and the conversations that we need to take to go through the last two games. Then from that we will see about the future.

    "If I didn’t want people to talk about [my position] I should have won more football matches. I know the reason is how it is and we say many times that we will have a review after the final game.

    "That is when I am expecting to know [what happens next]. If the club want to make any movement with or without me then I expect them to say before making it public.

    "It can not be avoided that some of the players will leave the club, especially with relegation."

  19. 'We are where we are for a reason'

    Man City v Chelsea (Sun, 16:00 BST)

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    Since Frank Lampard has returned as Chelsea manager in April, the Blues have won one and drawn one of their eight games, but Lampard said: "I have enjoyed it. You want to always get results but I hadto be realistic. We are where we are for a reason.

    "I can’t always impact results. There’s a lot of work to do here, but when I walk away I want there to be a feeling in the group, that they all have impressive careers here going forward."

  20. 'You have to be at your best' around Haaland

    Man City v Chelsea (Sun, 16:00 BST)

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    On Manchester City striker Erling Haaland scoring as many league goals as Chelsea this season (36), Frank Lampard said: "It’s a fantastic stat, I know the other part about Chelsea is another story though.

    "Itried to bring him to Chelsea the first time I was here. I was keen but it couldn’t happen. Hislevel at that point was very clear. Credit to him because I love seeing players at thatlevel, with personality and the hunger to be the best.

    "You have to have an idea that he can make things happen at anypoint. You have to be at your best when he does those things.

    "I can’t compare him to [Didier] Drogba as they’re two individuals buthe had that impact over a long period oftime. Haaland's impact has been more instant, straight from joining the Premier League. It’s not adirect comparison but both are great strikers."

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Who has won the most Premier League titles in history? ›

Manchester United

Who is the new team in the Premier League? ›

Teams. Twenty teams will compete in the league – the top seventeen teams from the previous season and the three teams promoted from the Championship. The promoted teams are Burnley, Sheffield United and Luton Town, who will return to the top flight after respective absences of one, two and thirty-one years.

Who are the new sides in Premier League? ›

The promoted teams are Fulham, Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest, who return after an absence of one, two and twenty-three years from the top flight respectively.

What is the tiebreaker for the Premier League? ›

The first two tiebreakers are goal difference and goals scored, neither of which are uncommon scenarios at the end of a league season. If the teams are still level after those two stipulations, the winner will be decided by the team who has collected the most points in the head-to-head matches.

Which team has beaten Man Utd the most? ›

Arsenal have also defeated Manchester United in league competition on 71 occasions, which represents the most Manchester United have lost against any club.

Who were the most successful teams in the Premier League era? ›

Since inception in 1992 there have been 50 clubs who have played in the Premier League. Seven clubs have won the Premier League: Manchester United (13 times), Manchester City (seven times), Chelsea (five times), Arsenal (three times), Blackburn Rovers (once), Leicester City (once) and Liverpool (once).

Which team in EPL has never been relegated? ›

Everton are one of six English clubs who have never been relegated from the Premier League since its creation in 1992. The others are Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea, so they are part of an elite group.

Who are the Big 4 in the Premier League? ›

English Premier League Big Four Clubs: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool And Manchester United.

Who got promoted to the Premier League 2023 2024? ›

Either Luton Town or Coventry City will be in the Premier League for the 2023-24 season, with Luton last in the top-flight in 1992 (they were relegated just before the top-flight was rebranded to become the Premier League) and Coventry were last in the Premier League in 2001.

Who are the three newly promoted clubs to Premier League? ›

Burnley, Sheffield United and Luton Town have all been promoted to the top flight from the Championship. WHAT NEXT?

Who is being promoted into the Premier League? ›

With Burnley and Sheffield United sealing automatic promotion back to the Premier League, all eyes are now on the two teams who are in the Championship playoff final.

Who is the leader in the Premier League? ›

Statistical Leaders
Points per Match
1Manchester City2.44
3Manchester United1.92
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Who gets the golden boot if it's a tie in Premier League? ›

Since 2006, if the players are still tied after that point, the player who has the greatest goals-to-time ratio (i.e. the one who has played the fewest number of minutes) will be awarded the Golden Boot.

What happens if 2 teams finish on the same points and goal difference? ›

If both the points and goal difference is the same, then FIFA defers to the just the goals scored. Whomever has scored the most, finishes higher in the group.

Can you win the Premier League on goal difference? ›

It sounds ridiculous, but a Premier League winner has already been decided on goal difference: Manchester City dramatically won the league ahead of rivals Manchester United in 2011-12.

Who was the best player Man Utd ever had? ›

Wayne Rooney is the greatest goalscorer in Manchester United and England history.

Who defeated Chelsea the most? ›

The side has lost more league games to Liverpool than to any other club, having been defeated by them 70 times in 156 encounters.

Who defeated Liverpool the most? ›

The team most often beaten by Liverpool in league competition are Aston Villa; the Anfield club have beaten them 93 times out of 190 meetings. Manchester United have recorded the most league victories over Liverpool, with 69 wins.

What is the greatest match in Premier League history? ›

Newcastle United 5-0 Manchester United

, or their 5-0 loss to Chelsea in the 1999-2000 season after a 29-game unbeaten run. But one of the games that truly deserves to be on the list of best matches in EPL history, is Manchester United's match against Newcastle United back in 1996.

Who is the most successful Premier League manager? ›

1. Alex Ferguson – 13. The famous manager of Manchester United is in first place with an amazing 13 championships. The Red Devils conquered the 1990s and most of the 2000s under his leadership.

Has any Premier League team had a perfect season? ›

Arsenal's Invincibles go the entire season unbeaten to win their third Premier League title. The 2003/04 Premier League season went down in history as a landmark one for Arsenal, who went the entire league campaign undefeated, with 26 wins and 12 draws, as they won the title by an 11-point margin.

What is the oldest club in English football? ›

While the international governing body of association football, FIFA and the FA recognise Sheffield F.C. as the "world's oldest football club", and the club joined the FA in 1863, it continued to use the Sheffield rules. Sheffield F.C.

Has Man Utd ever been relegated? ›

Manchester United have been relegated on four other occasions prior to the 1970s: 1894, 1922, 1931 and 1937. They have never played lower than the second tier of English football, although they needed a win over Millwall on the final day of the season in 1934 to avoid relegation.

Which teams have been in the top flight the longest? ›

The club that can boast playing the most seasons in the top tier is Everton, who have played in 119 seasons of the 123 seasons completed. (The current 2022/23 season is the 124th season.) The city of Liverpool has always been represented in footballs top tier.

Who are the Big 7 in Premier League? ›

View of Premier League Big 7 Team Crests( Liverpool ,Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Spur, Arsenal and Leicester City )

What is the Big 5 in Premier League? ›

The Big Five represent the strongest football leagues in Europe, consisting of the Premier League in England, the Bundesliga in Germany, La Liga in Spain, Serie A in Italy, and Ligue 1 in France. Together, they dominate world football with revenues and resources greater than any other collection of leagues.

Who are the 6 ever present in the Premier League? ›

Just six clubs have been ever-presents throughout the Premier League era. Five of the 'big six' – Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United – plus Everton have remained in the top flight over the past 31 years.

Who is most likely to win the Premier League 2023? ›

2023-24 Premier League winner odds
  • Manchester City @ 8/15.
  • Liverpool @ 9/1.
  • Arsenal @ 9/1.
  • Manchester United @ 10/1.
  • Newcastle @ 12/1.
  • Chelsea @ 14/1.
  • 50/1 bar.

Who is the oldest Premier League player 2023? ›

The Oldest Players in 2022/2023 Premier League Season [LIST]
  • Jamie Vardy (35 years) Leicester City. ...
  • Vicente Guaita (35 years) Crystal Palace. ...
  • Hugo Lloris (35 years) Tottenham. ...
  • Kasper Schmeichel (35 year) Leicester. ...
  • James Milner (36 years) Liverpool. ...
  • Cristiano Ronaldo (36 years) Manchester United.

How much money do you get when promoted to Premier League? ›

In 2020, Deloitte estimated that a club promoted to the Premier League and able to remain there for five seasons could bring in additional revenue of £265m ($495m). That figure has likely only increased in the three years since with both Coventry and Luton set to particularly benefit from a season in the top-flight.

How many teams drop out of Premier League? ›

Premier League (level 1, 20 teams): The bottom three teams are relegated.

How much money do teams get for being promoted to the Premier League? ›

According to Deloitte, promotion to the Premier League can see an increase in revenue of between £135 million and £265 million depending on if the team can avoid an immediate return to the Championship.

Who has been relegated from Premier League 2023? ›

Leicester City and Leeds United have been relegated from the Premier League as Everton survived on a dramatic final day. The Toffees secured safety with a 1-0 win over Bournemouth at Goodison Park. They remain one of six clubs to have never been relegated from the Premier League since its creation.

Who got promoted to Championship 2023? ›

Sheffield Wednesday promoted to Championship with 123rd-minute Windass winner.

What two teams are promoted to Premier League? ›

With Burnley and Sheffield United sealing automatic promotion back to the Premier League, all eyes are now on the two teams who are in the Championship playoff final.

Who got the most clean sheets in the Premier League? ›

But while the Frenchman would only keep 30 clean sheets for the Red Devils, Petr Čech would go on to set the record for the most in Premier League history.

Who scored most goals in Premier League? ›

Alan Shearer

Who is England's highest goal scorer? ›

Leading goal scorers for the English national football team 1872-2023. As of March 2023, Harry Kane was England's all time top goal scorer, with 54 goals in total. Kane is also the all time top scorer for Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur.

Does Golden Boot winner get money? ›

In addition to the trophy, winners of the Golden Boot are usually given £1,000 for every goal they scored throughout the season to donate to a charity of their choice, although Robin van Persie was given £30,000 after scoring 26 goals in the 2012–13 season. Thierry Henry has won the most Golden Boot awards with four.

Can 2 players win the Golden Boot? ›

Starting from the 1994 edition, a tie-breaker system was introduced by FIFA to pick out a definitive winner. The tie-breaker system stated that if two or more players ended with the same number of goals, the player with more assists wins the award.

Who has the most golden boots in history? ›

Lionel Messi is the all time record winner of the award, having won it six times overall. He also holds the record for most goals and most points in a single season (50 and 100 respectively, in 2011–12). Cristiano Ronaldo is second on the all time list, having won four Golden Shoes, as well as two consecutively.

What does P mean in football? ›

A punter (P) in gridiron football is a special teams player who receives the snapped ball directly from the line of scrimmage and then punts (kicks) the football to the opposing team so as to limit any field position advantage.

What does GF mean in soccer? ›

In soccer, GF stands for Goals For displays how many goals a team has scored in a given season. That's all there really is to it. For example, a GF score of 45 means that the team has scored a total of 45 goals up to that moment.

Who has won the most English league titles? ›

Since the League began in 1992, there have been seven different winners: Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Blackburn Rovers, Leicester City and Liverpool. Man Utd have had the most success with 13 titles in the 31 seasons so far.

Which team has the worst all time goal difference in the Premier League? ›

Derby County

What happens if 3 teams have the same points? ›

Goals scored

If countries win an equal number of points and have the same goal difference, the team that has scored the most goals comes out on top.

Has anyone been relegated on goal difference? ›

"Manchester City completed an awesome double in 1937-38," says Ian Kay. "Not only did they become the only team ever to be relegated with a positive goal difference, they also became the only team ever to be relegated the year after being champions.

Which English club has won the most trophies? ›

English Clubs With Most Trophies:
  • Liverpool - 68 trophies.
  • Manchester United - 66 trophies.
  • Arsenal - 48 trophies.
  • Chelsea - 34 trophies.
  • Manchester City - 29 trophies.
  • Tottenham Hotspur - 26 trophies.
  • Aston Villa - 25 trophies.
  • Everton – 24 trophies.
Apr 27, 2023

Who won the 1st Premier League title? ›

Manchester United ended a 26-year-wait for a top-flight crown and became the inaugural Premier League champions by a margin of 10 points.

Which English club has won the most trophies in the last 20 years? ›

#1 Chelsea - 21

19 years. 21 trophies. Every major trophy won. From winning consecutive league titles between 2004-2006 to lifting the UCL title twice, the Blues have stamped their authority on world football.

Which is the most successful club in football history? ›

Real Madrid holds the record for the most titles overall with 24, followed by Milan's 17 titles.

Which English club has won all European trophies? ›

Liverpool are the most successful English and British team internationally with fourteen honours, winning the European Cup six times, also a British record.

Who is the most successful English club since 2000? ›

Which English football club has won the most major trophies (PL, FAC, LC, CL or Europa League) since the Millennium? (Since 1 Jan 2000). Chelsea are the English club with most major trophies since the Millennium (17), which is 71% of all the major trophies in their history.

Who owns the Premier League? ›

The Premier League is a private company wholly owned by its 20 Member Clubs who make up the League at any one time. Each individual club is independent, working within the rules of football, as defined by the Premier League, The FA, UEFA and FIFA, as well as being subject to English and European law.

Who's been relegated from the Premier League the most? ›

Birmingham City have been promoted to and relegated from the top division more times than any other English club, with 12 promotions and 12 relegations.

Has Arsenal ever been relegated? ›

Did you know? Arsenal have not been relegated since they last entered the top flight in 1919.

What is the richest club in England? ›

The Richest Football Clubs In The English Premier League, As of...
  • 6 Tottenham Hotspur - $ 2.9 Billion. ...
  • 5 Arsenal Football Club -$ 3.7 Billion. ...
  • 4 Chelsea Football Club -$ 4 Billion. ...
  • 3 Manchester City-$ 5 Billion. ...
  • 2 Liverpool Football Club - $ 5.2 Billion. ...
  • 1 Manchester United -$ 5.3 Billion.
Apr 10, 2023

Who is England most successful club of the decade? ›

Chelsea have emerged as the most successful English club of the last decade after capturing an impressive 11 major trophies. TalkSPORT compiled the nine English clubs that managed to secure a major domestic or European trophy in the 2010s.

Who is bigger Liverpool or Manchester United? ›

Biggest commercially is Utd, It is why Utd will be sold for 6 Billion & no offers for Liverpool at 3 Billion. They are twice as big. What type of question is that? Who is the bigger club?


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