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Premier League Stadiums 2023/34 Season

The Premier League started in England in 1992, replacing the Football League First Division and consists of 20 teams playing each other twice home and away for a total of 38 games per team, per season. Check out Premier League stadium capacity and statistics below.

ClubStadiumLocationCapacity
ArsenalThe Emirates StadiumLondon60,704
Aston VillaVilla Park StadiumBirmingham42,749
BournemouthDean Court / Vitality StadiumBournemouth11,329
BrentfordBrentford Community StadiumLondon17,250
Brighton & Hove AlbionAmex StadiumFalmer31,800
ChelseaStamford Bridge StadiumLondon41,837
Crystal PalaceSelhurst ParkLondon25,486
EvertonGoodison ParkLiverpool39,414
FulhamCraven CottageLondon25,700
Ipswich TownPortman RoadIpswich30,311
Leicester CityKing PowerLeicester32,312
LiverpoolAnfieldLiverpool53,394
Manchester CityThe Etihad StadiumManchester55,017
Manchester UnitedOld TraffordManchester74,879
Newcastle UnitedSt James’ ParkNewcastle52,404
Nottingham ForestThe City GroundNottingham30,455
SouthamptonSt MarysSouthampton32,505
Tottenham HotspurTottenham Hotspur StadiumLondon62,850
West Ham UnitedLondon StadiumLondon62,500
Wolverhampton WanderersMolineux StadiumWolverhampton32,050

Premier League Stats

Number of Teams20
Average Match Attendance (22/23 Season)40,269
Number of Players in the League (23/24 Season)554
Number of Nationalities Represented115
Global Revenue (21/22 Season)£5.5bn

Premier League Previous Winners by Year

YearWinnerRunner Up
2023/24Manchester CityArsenal
2022/23Manchester CityArsenal
2021/22Manchester CityLiverpool
2020/21Manchester CityManchester United
2019/20LiverpoolManchester City
2018/19Manchester CityLiverpool
2017/18Manchester CityManchester United
2016/17ChelseaTottenham Hotspur
2015/16Leicester CityArsenal
2014/15ChelseaManchester City
2013/14Manchester CityLiverpool
2012/13Manchester UnitedManchester City
2011/12Manchester CityManchester United
2010/11Manchester UnitedChelsea
2009/10ChelseaManchester United
2008/09Manchester UnitedLiverpool
2007/08Manchester UnitedChelsea
2006/07Manchester UnitedChelsea
2005/06ChelseaManchester United
2004/05ChelseaArsenal
2003/04ArsenalChelsea
2002/03Manchester UnitedArsenal
2001/02ArsenalLiverpool
2000/01Manchester UnitedArsenal
1999/00Manchester UnitedArsenal
1998/99Manchester UnitedArsenal
1997/98ArsenalManchester United
1996/97Manchester UnitedNewcastle United
1995/96Manchester UnitedNewcastle United
1994/95Blackburn RoversManchester United
1993/94Manchester UnitedBlackburn Rovers
1992/93Manchester UnitedAston Villa