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The English Premier League

The Premier League has a strong claim to be the most competitive and popular league on the planet.

Certainly over the last decade the English Premier League has become the home of the best managers and players in the world. Combine raucous fans and top quality encounters, with some of the best footballers around and you have a recipe for a strong league and huge demand for Premier League tickets.

The English Premier League 2023/2024 season: A return to normality?

The last few seasons have been far from regular in England and across the footballing world. Seasons have been altered and changed thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, World Cup in mid-season and in 2022/2023, the death of Queen Elizabeth II. There is a hope and expectation that season 2023/2024 will have fewer, if any, unforced changes to the schedule.

The 2023/24 season finishes at the end of May and then attention will swiftly turn to Germany for the European Championships. Many Premier League stars will be among the 24 participating nations. At SeatPick, we work with a variety of trusted resellers to present fans with a huge inventory of Euro 2024 tickets.

History of The English Premier League

It all began in 1888, and it was known as English Football league (EFL) featuring football clubs from both England and Wales with 72 teams in total. It is known to be the oldest competition in the world of football. In 1992, all 22 top clubs came together to form this so-called England Premier League also known as the EPL, in its shortened version.

The Premier League is the highest level of football competition in England and Wales. The top 20 English teams compete for the chance to be crowned the Premier League champions at the end of the season. Each team plays a total of 38 games (19 away, 19 home).

Television rights have been the main income of the league, which started selling at 1 billion back in 2014 and now the league rights are valued at around 10 billion British Pounds and on the constant rise as the demand for the PL is increasing worldwide. The main rise in recent years has been amongst the international rights, with the Premier League a worldwide phenomenon.

The English Premier League is considered the most popular league in the world and it is watched by over 4.7 billion people per season. The EPL also holds high standards with an average match attendance sitting in second place only behind the German Bundesliga, which can explain the high demand for English Premier League tickets on the EPL site and worldwide.

There have been a total of 50 different clubs that have competed in the new Premier League. Only six of them have won the title in the new league format since 1992, Manchester United being the highest achiever with 13 titles, followed by Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, Blackburn Rovers, and Leicester City.

The Premier League has seen the emergence of a few dominant clubs which managed to establish themselves as the 6 strongest teams during the years and have won almost all of the titles during the existence of the league, among these teams you can find - Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester United and Manchester City also known as the “Big Six". Season 2022/2023 saw Newcastle United break into the top four and secure a Champions League berth. We could well have seen the start of the "Big Seven" thanks to the injection of cash into Newcastle via their new Saudi Arabian owners.

The league since its creation has been played in 60 different stadiums. 9 of those have already been demolished. The manager with the highest number of trophies won is Sir Alex Ferguson, who won all 13 titles for Manchester United in his long career. In second place is Pep Guardiola with five Premier League titles to his name at Manchester City, only missing out on the title twice during his time at The Etihad. Tied in third place, legendary managers' Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger have won 3 titles each.

The player with the record amount of appearances in the league is Gareth Barry with a total of 653, and Alan Shearer holds the record of most goals scored with 260.

Notable Premier League Players

The Premier Leauge has always managed to attract some of the top players in the world even before the large sums of money that were poured into the league in recent years. Here is just a shortlist of the top players that played in the history of the league: from legends like Thierry Henry, Cristiano Ronaldo, Alan Shearer, Wayne Rooney, Eric Cantona, Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard and Ryan Giggs. As well as more recent talents that play in the Premier League today such as stars Kevin De Bruyne, Mohamed Salah, Erling Haaland, Bukayo Saka and Heung Min Son and many more

Features of the England Premier League

  • The English Premier League consists of 20 teams all from England or Wales.
  • 38 Premier League games are played by each team both at home and at their opponent's stadium.
  • Most matches are played during the weekends and sometimes will take place during the week.

What makes the English Premier League so competitive?

  • THE TOP FOUR SAGA

    An important feature that makes the England Premier League so competitive is the ”Top Four”. This is not just an ordinary top four that brain of yours is thinking about, it’s a top four chase that began in the mid-2000s where four teams automatically qualify for the UEFA Champions League.

  • THE BIG SIX

    This is yet another major reason why the England Premier League seems to be so competitive. There are at least six major teams, yet fifth and sixth position on the table does not qualify for the UEFA Champions League and end up qualifying for the Europa League instead.

  • RELEGATION ZONE

    This seems to be the most important part that instills fear and dedication from each team. If a team finishes in 18th, 19th or 20th position, they will be relegated to the league below, the EFL Championship.

Premier League Schedule & Fixtures Information

Each Premier League team plays a 38-match schedule during the regular season, besides, there are domestic and international cups for each team, such as the FA Cup and the Carabao Cup, but they are not regarded as matches in the Premier League. The Premier League regular-season starts at the beginning of August and ends during the month of May. Premier League teams will face each team two times during the regular season, one match at home and one match away and in total, 38 matchdays.

Premier League - EPL Ticket Prices

Fans that are looking to buy Premier League tickets will be able to buy tickets at an average ticket price of £125 per ticket, according to data that was analyzed by SeatPick from different ticket markets. Top clashes between major rivalries such as Man United vs Liverpool can cost significantly higher and will exceed this average. The best deals and ticket prices can be found for early-season matches, Boxing Day and matches during the middle of the week where the demand for tickets from local fans is not as high.

Premier League Top Stadiums & Venues

Below In the table you will be able to find more information on the top Premier League Stadiums, if you are looking to buy tickets to English Premier League football or any other upcoming events that are taking place in each of the venues, then go ahead and click on either one of the English Premier League venue links and you will be able to find a list with all the events that will take place in that Premier League stadium and buy your tickets.

CityClubStadiumCapacity
ManchesterManchester UnitedOld Trafford75811
LondonTottenham HotspurTottenham Hotspur Stadium62850
LiverpoolLiverpoolAnfield61000
LondonArsenalEmirates Stadium60704
LondonWest Ham UnitedLondon Stadium60000
ManchesterManchester CityEtihad Stadium55000
Newcastle upon TyneNewcastle UnitedSt James Park52339
LondonChelseaStamford Bridge41837
LiverpoolEvertonGoodison Park40157
SheffieldSheffield UnitedBramall Lane32050
WolverhamptonWolverhampton WanderersMolineux Stadium31700
BrightonBrighton & Hove AlbionThe Amex30750
LondonCrystal PalaceSelhurst Park26225
LondonFulhamCraven Cottage25700
BurnleyBurnleyTurf Moor22619
BournemouthBournemouthVitality Stadium11464
LutonLuton TownKenilworth Road10536

Why should I trust resellers to buy Premier League Tickets?

Many fans resell their tickets in order to get some of their investment back as they cannot attend each and every match. Fans will offer their tickets on platforms such as StubHub, Viagogo, Ticketmaster, livefootballtickets and many more which offer a safe service to purchase Premier League tickets. SeatPick helps you compare all these ticket platforms in one place and save money on your Premier League Tickets.

Premier League wins and trophies

The current defending England Premiership champions are Manchester City who has dominated the league in recent years. Man Utd is the record holder and has won the most English league trophies with 20 total wins. Coming in second is FC Liverpool, Liverpool won 19 Premier League/Division One titles. Other teams that showed dominance in the league are Arsenal with 13 titles as well as Liverpool's arch-rival Everton with 9 titles. You can buy Cheap and premium football tickets for all the Premier League teams on SeatPick.com, the largest ticket marketplace online. Below, you can find a table with all the winners of the Premier League since 1888 when the league was known as the English League.
RankClubWinnersRunners-up
1Manchester United2016
2Liverpool1916
3Arsenal1310
4Everton97
 Manchester City96
6Aston Villa710
7Sunderland65
 Chelsea64
9Newcastle United42
 Sheffield Wednesday41
11Wolverhampton Wanderers35
 Leeds United35
 Huddersfield Town33
 Blackburn Rovers31
15Preston North End26
 Tottenham Hotspur25
 Derby County23
 Burnley22
 Portsmouth20
20Sheffield United12
 West Bromwich Albion12
 Ipswich Town12
 Nottingham Forest12
 Leicester City11

Frequently Asked Questions about English Premier League tickets

How to buy English Premier League tickets?

SeatPick is the ideal platform for fans looking to buy English Premier League tickets. We gather a variety of options from more than 50 trusted ticket sites. These simple steps are easy to follow:

  1. Scroll to the top of the page and select the English Premier League match you wish to attend.
  2. You’ll be prompted to decide how many tickets you want and then you can browse all the listings. Sort the options by price or choose a specific location within the stadium by using our filters.
  3. Once you’ve found a English Premier League ticket that meets your needs, continue to checkout to finalise your booking.

Browse tickets for one future English Premier League event on SeatPick, with prices ranging from $504 to $2,841.

How much are English Premier League tickets?

English Premier League ticket prices can vary, depending on which teams are involved and the importance of the match. SeatPick's data can offer some valuable and accurate insights. Currently, supporters can purchase English Premier League tickets on our platform starting from $504. Meanwhile, the average English Premier League ticket listed on SeatPick is priced at $999.

Is it safe to buy English Premier League tickets on SeatPick?

Absolutely, yes. SeatPick is a popular ticket aggregator that exclusively lists English Premier League tickets that have been sourced from trusted providers. These providers have passed our rigorous quality checks and we're proud that every ticket listed on our platform is backed by a money-back guarantee of 100% or more. Our mission is to assist fans in finding the most secure English Premier League tickets on the web.

How to buy cheap English Premier League tickets?

Tap into SeatPick to boost your chances of securing cheap English Premier League tickets. We aggregate the entire online ticket market in real-time, helping fans to discover the best English Premier League deals.

At the moment, the most affordable English Premier League match you can find on our platform is Leeds vs Southampton | EFL Championship Play-Off Final 2024, with ticket prices kicking off at $504. Wembley Stadium will host the match on May 26, 2024 and the cheapest tickets are located in the Shortside Upper Level Zone.

When do English Premier League tickets go on sale?

English Premier League tickets go on sale as soon as the fixtures are confirmed during pre-season. At SeatPick, we aim to present fans with the widest selection of ticket options. On our platform today, you can choose from a grand total of 904 English Premier League tickets.

How to get Premier League tickets?

Premier League tickets are usually bought through the clubs directly. Season-ticket holders are guaranteed a seat, while club members can usually apply for tickets in a ballot.

If you're not a season-ticket holder, SeatPick is the most reliable way for supporters to get Premier League tickets. We scour the ticket market to provide a huge inventory of options for every Premier League match.

How to buy Premier League tickets without a membership?

There are two options for this: One option is to wait for last-minute tickets that are released to the general public on the official team's site, unfortunately for most of the popular team's tickets will be sold out or will require a specific membership card that also incurs a fee. Another option is to find tickets from safe and secure resale sites on the secondary market here on SeatPick

Is it safe to buy Premier League tickets from resellers?

SeatPick collects and sorts through data from only the most reputable resellers on the market. Buying tickets through SeatPick is just like buying them straight from the club, minus the trouble of going through time-consuming procedures or waiting lists.

English Premier League data table, last update: May, 19 2024

Here at SeatPick we have a huge amount of ticket data that we can crunch. Ostensibly to help you get the best prices and deals on tickets. Whether it is for the biggest or smallest English Premier League games, we can provide you with all the insights. The table below showcases each English Premier League team’s average home and away ticket price. As well as their most expensive and cheapest fixtures, both home and away.

TeamRemaining FixturesAverage Price for Home FixtureAverage Price for Away FixtureMost Expensive Home FixtureCheapest Home FixtureMost Expensive Away FixtureCheapest Away FixtureTotal # of Tickets
AFC Bournemouth1-$125--vs Chelsea ($125)vs Chelsea ($125)-
Arsenal1$466-vs Everton ($466)vs Everton ($466)--1,580
Aston Villa1-$84--vs Crystal Palace ($84)vs Crystal Palace ($84)-
Brentford1$88-vs Newcastle United ($88)vs Newcastle United ($88)--295
Brighton1$118-vs Manchester United ($118)vs Manchester United ($118)--540
Burnley1$44-vs Nottingham Forest ($44)vs Nottingham Forest ($44)--133
Chelsea1$125-vs AFC Bournemouth ($125)vs AFC Bournemouth ($125)--1,748
Crystal Palace1$84-vs Aston Villa ($84)vs Aston Villa ($84)--344
Everton1-$466--vs Arsenal ($466)vs Arsenal ($466)-
Fulham1-$162--vs Luton Town ($162)vs Luton Town ($162)-
Liverpool1$454-vs Wolves ($454)vs Wolves ($454)--3,703
Luton Town1$162-vs Fulham ($162)vs Fulham ($162)--15
Manchester City1$234-vs West Ham United ($234)vs West Ham United ($234)--771
Manchester United1-$118--vs Brighton ($118)vs Brighton ($118)-
Newcastle United1-$88--vs Brentford ($88)vs Brentford ($88)-
Nottingham Forest1-$44--vs Burnley ($44)vs Burnley ($44)-
Sheffield United1$100-vs Tottenham Hotspur ($100)vs Tottenham Hotspur ($100)--124
Tottenham Hotspur1-$100--vs Sheffield United ($100)vs Sheffield United ($100)-
West Ham United1-$234--vs Manchester City ($234)vs Manchester City ($234)-
Wolves1-$454--vs Liverpool ($454)vs Liverpool ($454)-

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