Beginner’s Guide to the Premier League

The Barclays Premier League is the world’s most popular football league. There’s a high possibility you’re already familiar with it. Barclays Premier League football is available on TV in over 650 million households across the world. If you’re new to the excitement and thrills of the Barclays Premier League, here are some crucial facts to know about the world’s longest running sports tournament on television.

The Fundamentals

At its most basic level, the premier league football (บอลพรีเมียร์ลีก, this is the term in Thai) is England’s top football league. The League, which was founded in 1992/93 after years of underinvestment in stadiums and playing talent, had its maiden season in 1992/93 and consisted of 22 clubs at the time. The League was reduced to its current size of 20 clubs in 1995/96. The Premier League, often considered as the world’s premier club league, is owned by its 20 shareholders, the member clubs, whose membership is contingent on their football team’s success in the Barclays Premier League.

The league is made up of 20 clubs and spans from August to May. Each team plays the other twice, once at home in its own stadium and once on the road in the opposing club’s stadium. In a season, each team will play a total of 38 games. Teams receive three points for a victory, one point for a tie, and none for a loss. When two teams have the same amount of points, goal differential is utilized to determine the winner.

The worst three teams in the league are relegated to English football’s second division, the Championship, at the end of the season. Three Championship teams are promoted to take the place of the demoted clubs.

The Premier League has around 80 live broadcast partners throughout the world that help screen the Premier League in more than 200 countries. The Premier League is known for its high level of football and draws the best players from across the world. The Premier League has more supporters in its stadiums than any other league in Europe, and its teams’ success in European football has earned them the title of Europe’s best league.

The Clubs are a group of people that come together

The Premier League has hosted 47 different clubs, with Bournemouth becoming the 47th to join from the Championship for the 2015/16 season. Arsenal, Aston Villa, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur are the only teams to have appeared in each of the Premier League’s 23 seasons. Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, and Blackburn Rovers have all won the Premier League. United is the team to beat, having won the Barclays Premier League for the fourteenth time in the 2012/13 season.

Investing in football’s future

The Premier League is aware of its responsibilities to support the rest of English football and to maintain a high level of corporate social responsibility. The Premier League places a high value on the game’s grassroots. The บอลพรีเมียร์ลีก is investing in tomorrow’s players and building a new generation of facilities. Premier League clubs are at the heart of their communities under the Creating Chances umbrella, and the Premier League uses the power of football to engage local communities in intervention programs that address the four key social issues of education, health and wellbeing, social inclusion, and equalities. In addition, the Premier League has an International Good Causes initiative, which includes Premier Skills.