Welcome to the SportMuse hub of the 2020-2021 season of the English Premier League! If you want more detail on any of the teams competing this season check out our rundown of the teams (and their transfers in/out)! We also have all the histories of all the current managers! Make sure to check out the FAQs section too!
English Premier League Table
Pos 1-4: Champions League, Pos 5: Europa League, Position 18-20: Relegated
The English Premier League (or “EPL”) was founded in February 1992. Throughout its history, only six clubs have won the League; Manchester United (13 times), Chelsea (five times), Manchester City (four times), Arsenal (three times), Leicester (once), and Blackburn Rovers (once).
The number of League winners is in stark contrast to the number of teams that have played in the top flight since inception. As of the conclusion of the 2018-2019 season, there have been 49 teams that have taken part in the League. Some commentators have decried this gap as bad for soccer because not everyone has a fair chance (or a billionaire to bankroll the team). However, there are significant concerns are between the top flight and the Sky Bet Championship because of the substantial differences in revenue. Championship teams struggle more and more frequently trying to either make it to the top tier or to remain, and their balance sheets go substantially negative.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
When does the EPL start for 2020-2021?
- This season begins with the first match on September 12, 2020. The season will end on May 23, 2020
How many games in an EPL season?
- Each team will play 38 games, for a total of 760 games played.
When does the Premier League Transfer Window Open? Close?
- There are two standard transfer windows
- Summer: July 27, 2020, until 5 pm BST October 5, 2020
- Winter: January 3, 2021, until 5 pm BST January 31, 2021
Top 10 Scorers
Top 10 Most Assists?
Is there a Map of Premier League Teams?
- Here’s a map of EPL teams and their locations.