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LIVERPOOL
Manchester City
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ARSENAL
Chelsea
CHELSEA
Manchester United
MANCHESTER UTD
Tottenham
TOTTENHAM
Everton
EVERTON
West Ham
WEST HAM

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The Premier League was launched in 1992/93 and has become the most watched sports league in the world. The 20-team competition features 380 matches (each team plays every other team home and away during a season) between August and May with teams earning 3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, and 0 points for a loss. The team with the most points at the end of the season is the champion.

Since the inaugural season, 49 clubs have competed in the Premier League but only 6 clubs – Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, Blackburn Rovers, and Leicester City, have won a title.

In addition to crowning a champion, the final standings from a Premier League season determine who qualifies for European competitions the following year as well as which teams are relegated to the Football Championship.

The top 3 Premier League clubs qualify directly to the UEFA Champions League group stage while the 4th place club enters the Champions League at the playoff round for non-champions and must win a two-legged tie to advance to the group stage.

The 5th place team automatically qualifies for the UEFA Europa League. The 6th and 7th can also qualify for the Europa League but only if the winners of the FA Cup and League Cup have qualified for one of the European competitions.

Unlike in the U.S., every match, every point, and every goal is critical as the bottom 3 teams are ‘relegated’ to the Football Championship, the 2nd tier of English soccer. These teams are replaced by the top 2 teams from the Championship as well as the playoff winner between the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th place Championship clubs.