Premier League records and statistics

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The top tier of English football was renamed the Premier League for the start of the 1992–93 season. The following page details the football records and statistics of the Premier League since then.

League records[edit]

Titles[edit]

Wins[edit]

Losses[edit]

Draws[edit]

Attendances[edit]

Goals[edit]

League history of current and former Premier League teams from 1992-93 to 2013-14.

Points[edit]

Player records[edit]

Appearances[edit]

Goals[edit]

Rank Name Goals Games Goals per game Playing position First goal Last goal
1 England Alan Shearer 260 441 0.59 Forward 1992–93 2005–06
2 England Wayne Rooney 194 441 0.44 Forward 2002–03 2015–16
3 England Andy Cole 187 414 0.45 Forward 1993–94 2006–07
4 England Frank Lampard 177 609 0.29 Midfield 1997–98 2014–15
5 France Thierry Henry 175 258 0.68 Forward 1999–2000 2011–12
6 England Robbie Fowler 163 379 0.43 Forward 1993–94 2006–07
7 England Michael Owen 150 326 0.46 Forward 1996–97 2012–13
8 England Les Ferdinand 149 351 0.42 Forward 1992–93 2004–05
9 England Teddy Sheringham 146 418 0.35 Forward 1992–93 2006–07
10 England Jermain Defoe 145 437 0.33 Forward 2001–02 2016–17

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(Bold denotes players still playing in the Premier League)

Further information: Premier League Golden Boot

Assists[edit]

Goalkeepers[edit]

Further information: Premier League Golden Glove
Rank Player Clean
sheets
Most clean sheets (career)
1 Czech Republic Petr Čech 174
2 England David James 169
4 England David Seaman 140
5 England Nigel Martyn 137
6 United States Tim Howard 134
7 Spain Pepe Reina 134
8 Netherlands Edwin van der Sar 132
9 United States Brad Friedel 132
10 Denmark Peter Schmeichel 128

(Bold denotes players still playing in the Premier League.)

Last updated: December 2015[88]

Disciplinary[edit]

Match records[edit]

Scorelines[edit]

All-time Premier League table[edit]

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 start of the 2016–17 season. Teams in bold are part of the 2016–17 Premier League. Numbers in bold are the record (highest either positive or negative) numbers in each column.[112]

Pos. Club Seasons Pld Win Draw Loss GF GA GD Pts 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Relegated Avg
Pts
Best
Pos.
1 Manchester United 24 924 586 194 144 1802 818 984 1952 13 5 3 1 81.33 1
2 Arsenal 24 924 502 241 181 1621 867 754 1747 3 6 5 7 72.79 1
3 Chelsea 24 924 486 238 200 1560 892 668 1696 4 4 4 2 70.67 1
4 Liverpool 24 924 456 233 235 1523 944 579 1601 3 5 5 66.71 2
5 Tottenham Hotspur 24 924 374 239 311 1320 1205 115 1361 1 2 56.71 3
6 Everton 24 924 332 267 325 1197 1163 34 1263 1 52.63 4
7 Aston Villa 24 924 316 275 333 1117 1186 –69 1223 1 1 1 50.96 2
8 Newcastle United 22 844 322 217 305 1168 1140 28 1183 2 2 1 2 53.77 2
9 Manchester City 19 734 304 181 249 1093 886 207 1093 2 2 1 1 2 57.53 1
10 Blackburn Rovers 18 696 262 184 250 927 907 20 970 1 1 1 2 53.89 1
11 West Ham United 20 768 253 200 315 917 1082 −165 959 2 47.95 5
12 Southampton 17 658 210 177 271 814 918 −104 807 1 47.47 6
13 Leeds United 12 468 189 125 154 641 573 68 692 1 2 1 57.67 3
14 Middlesbrough 14 536 160 156 220 621 741 −120 633[113] 3 45.20 7
15 Sunderland 15 570 147 153 270 583 835 −252 594 3 39.60 7
16 Fulham 13 494 150 136 208 570 697 −127 586 1 45.08 7
17 Bolton Wanderers 13 494 149 128 217 575 745 −170 575 3 44.23 6
18 Leicester City 10 384 118 110 156 468 547 −79 464 1 3 46.40 1
19 Coventry City 9 354 99 112 143 387 490 −103 409 1 45.40 11
20 Sheffield Wednesday 8 316 101 89 126 409 453 −44 392 1 49.00 7
21 Wimbledon 8 316 99 94 123 384 472 −88 391 1 48.88 6
22 West Bromwich Albion 10 380 94 106 180 401 589 −188 388 3 38.80 8
23 Stoke City 8 304 98 86 120 322 401 −79 380 47.50 9
24 Charlton Athletic 8 304 93 82 129 342 442 −100 361 2 45.13 7
25 Norwich City 8 316 89 92 135 365 510 −145 359 1 4 44.88 3
26 Wigan Athletic 8 304 85 76 143 316 482 −166 331 1 41.38 10
27 Queens Park Rangers 7 278 81 65 132 339 431 −92 308 3 44.00 5
28 Birmingham City 7 266 73 82 111 273 360 −87 301 3 43.00 9
29 Crystal Palace 7 274 74 73 127 279 393 −114 295 4 42.14 10
30 Portsmouth 7 266 79 65 122 292 380 −88 293[114] 1 41.90 8
31 Derby County 7 266 68 70 128 271 420 −149 274 2 39.10 8
32 Nottingham Forest 5 198 60 59 79 229 287 −58 239 1 3 47.80 3
33 Swansea City 5 190 62 52 76 233 257 –24 238 47.60 8
34 Ipswich Town 5 202 57 53 92 219 312 −93 224 2 44.80 5
35 Hull City 4 152 32 41 79 144 243 −99 137 2 34.25 16
36 Wolverhampton Wanderers 4 152 32 40 80 156 281 −125 136 2 34.00 15
37 Sheffield United 3 122 32 36 54 128 168 −40 132 2 44.00 14
38 Reading 3 114 32 23 59 136 186 −50 119 2 39.67 8
39 Watford 3 114 23 28 63 104 186 −82 97 2 32.33 13
40 Oldham Athletic 2 84 22 23 39 105 142 −37 89 1 44.50 19
41 Burnley 2 76 15 18 43 70 135 −35 63 2 31.50 18
42 Bradford City 2 76 14 20 42 68 138 −70 62 1 31.00 17
43 Bournemouth 1 38 11 9 18 45 67 −22 42 42.00 16
44 Blackpool 1 38 10 9 19 55 78 –23 39 1 39.00 19
45 Barnsley 1 38 10 5 23 37 82 −45 35 1 35.00 19
46 Cardiff City 1 38 7 9 22 32 74 –42 30 1 30.00 20
47 Swindon Town 1 42 5 15 22 47 100 −53 30 1 30.00 22

League or status at 2016–17:

2016–17 Premier League
2016–17 Football League Championship
2016–17 Football League One
2016–17 Football League Two
Defunct: by a 2007 agreement, neither Milton Keynes Dons nor AFC Wimbledon regards itself as custodian of Wimbledon FC's statistics.[115][116]

Managers[edit]

Shortest-serving manager (excluding caretakers): Les Reed, 41 days (Charlton Athletic, 14 November 2006 to 24 December 2006)[120]

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