Premier League Records And Facts

The following club and player records are taken from Barclays Premier League matches only, dating back to the first season in 1992/93.

Club Records:

Titles:

Most BPL title wins
13 – Manchester United (1992/93, 1993/94, 1995/96, 1996/97, 1998/99, 1999/00, 2000/01, 2002/03, 2006/07, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2010/11 & 2012/13)

Most consecutive BPL title wins 
3 – Manchester United (1998/99 – 2000/01 & 2006/07 – 2008/09)

Biggest BPL title-winning margin
18 points – Manchester United (1999/00)

Smallest BPL title-winning margin 
0 points, +8 goal difference – Manchester City (2011/12)

Wins:

Most BPL wins in a season 
29 – Chelsea (2004/05 & 2005/06)

Fewest BPL wins in a season 
1 – Derby County (2007/08)

Most BPL home wins in a season 
18 – Chelsea (2005/06)
18 – Manchester United (2010/11)
18 – Manchester City (2011/12)

Most BPL away wins in a season 
15 – Chelsea (2004/05)

Fewest BPL home wins in a season
1 – Sunderland (2005/06)
1 – Derby County (2007/08)

Fewest BPL away wins in a season*
0 – Leeds United (1992/93 – 21 matches)
0 – Coventry City (1999/00 – 19 matches)
0 – Wolverhampton Wanderers (2003/04 – 19 matches)
0 – Norwich City (2004/05 – 19 matches)
0 – Derby County (2007/08 – 19 matches)
0 – Hull City (2009/10 – 19 matches)

Most consecutive BPL wins 
14 – Arsenal (10 February 2002 – 24 August 2002)

Most consecutive BPL matches without a win
32 – Derby County (2007/08)
NB: Record could continue as Derby were relegated at the end of the 2007/08 season and have yet to return

Most consecutive BPL home wins
20 – Manchester City (5 March 2011 – 21 March 2012)

Most consecutive BPL away wins
12 – Arsenal (3 March 2013 – 26 October 2013)

Defeats:

Most BPL defeats in a season*
29 – Ipswich Town (1994/95 – 42 matches)
29 – Sunderland (2005/06 – 38 matches)
29 – Derby County (2007/08 – 38 matches)

Fewest BPL defeats in a season
0 – Arsenal (2003/04)

Most BPL home defeats in a season 
14 – Sunderland (2002/03 & 2005/06)

Most BPL away defeats in a season 
17 – Burnley (2009/10)

Fewest BPL home defeats in a season 
0 – Manchester United (1995/96, 1999/00 & 2010/11)
0 – Arsenal (1998/99, 2003/04 & 2007/08)
0 – Chelsea (2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07 & 2007/08)
0 – Liverpool (2008/09)
0 – Manchester City (2011/12)
0 – Chelsea (2014/15)

Fewest BPL away defeats in a season 
0 – Arsenal (2001/02 & 2003/04)

Most consecutive BPL defeats 
15 – Sunderland (2002/03)

Longest BPL unbeaten run 
49 – Arsenal (7 May 2003 – 24 October 2004)

Longest BPL unbeaten home run 
86 – Chelsea (21 February 2004 – 26 October 2008)

Longest BPL unbeaten away run 
27 – Arsenal (5 April 2003 – 25 September 2004)

Draws:

Most BPL draws in a season*
18 – Manchester City (1993/94 – 42 matches)
18 – Sheffield United (1993/94 – 42 matches)
18 – Southampton (1994/95 – 42 matches)
17 – Newcastle United (2003/04 – 38 matches)
17 – Aston Villa (2006/07 & 2011/12 – 38 matches)
17 – Sunderland (2014/15 – 38 matches)

Fewest BPL draws in a season 
3 – Chelsea (1997/98)

Most BPL home draws in a season 
10 – Sheffield Wednesday (1996/97)
10 – Leicester City (1997/98 & 2003/04)

Most BPL away draws in a season 
10 – Newcastle United (2003/04)

Fewest BPL home draws in a season 
0 – Manchester City (2008/09)
0 – Manchester United (2012/13)

Fewest BPL away draws in a season
1 – Bolton Wanderers (1995/96)
1 – Queens Park Rangers (1995/96)
1 – Barnsley (1997/98)
1 – Chelsea (1997/98)
1 – Bradford City (1999/00)
1 – Everton (2000/01)
1 – Ipswich Town (2000/01)
1 – Portsmouth (2005/06 & 2007/08)
1 – Burnley (2009/10)
1 – Liverpool (2011/12)
1 – Newcastle United (2013/14)
1 – Queens Park Rangers (2014/15)

Most consecutive BPL draws 
7 – Norwich City (1993/94 – 42 matches)
7 – Southampton (1994/95 – 42 matches)
7 – Manchester City (2009/10 – 38 matches)

Goals:

Most BPL goals scored in a season 
103 – Chelsea (2009/10)

Fewest BPL goals scored in a season 
20 – Derby County (2007/08)

Most BPL goals scored at home in a season 
68 – Chelsea (2009/10)

Most BPL goals scored away in a season 
48 – Liverpool (2013/14)

Fewest BPL goals scored at home in a season 
10 – Manchester City (2006/07)

Fewest BPL goals scored away in a season 
8 – Middlesbrough (1995/96)
8 – Southampton (1998/99)
8 – Sheffield United (2006/07)
8 – Derby County (2007/08)

Most BPL goals conceded in a season* 
100 – Swindon Town (1993/94 – 42 matches)
89 – Derby County (2007/08 – 38 matches)

Fewest BPL goals conceded in a season 
15 – Chelsea (2004/05)

Most BPL goals conceded at home in a season*
45 – Swindon Town (1993/94 – 42 matches)
43 – Derby County (2007/08 – 38 matches)
43 – Wolverhampton Wanderers (2011/12 – 38 matches)

Most BPL goals conceded away in a season* 
59 – Ipswich Town (1994/95 – 42 matches)
55 – Wigan Athletic (2009/10 – 38 matches)

Fewest BPL goals conceded at home in a season 
4 – Manchester United (1994/95)

Fewest BPL goals conceded away in a season 
9 – Chelsea (2004/05)

Best BPL goal difference in a season 
+71 – Chelsea (2009/10)

Worst BPL goal difference in a season 
-69 – Derby County (2007/08)

Most BPL clean sheets in a season 
25 – Chelsea (2004/05)

Fewest BPL clean sheets in a season 
3 – Birmingham City (2007/08)
3 – Derby County (2007/08)
3 – Blackburn Rovers (2011/12)
3 – Norwich City (2011/12)

Points:

Most BPL points in a season 
95 – Chelsea (2004/05)

Fewest BPL points in a season 
11 – Derby County (2007/08)

Most BPL points in a season without winning the title 
89 – Manchester United (2011/12)

Fewest BPL points in a season to win the title
75 – Manchester United (1996/97)

Most BPL points in a season for a club to be relegated
49 – Crystal Palace (1992/93 – 42 matches)
42 – West Ham United (2002/03 – 38 matches)

Fewest BPL points in a season for a club avoiding relegation
34 – West Bromwich Albion (2004/05)

Promotion/Relegation:

Ever present BPL clubs
Arsenal (1992/93 to date)
Chelsea (1992/93 to date)
Everton (1992/93 to date)
Liverpool (1992/93 to date)
Manchester United (1992/93 to date)
Tottenham Hotspur (1992/93 to date)

Promoted clubs never relegated from BPL**
Stoke City (2008/09 to date)
Swansea City (2011/12 to date)
AFC Bournemouth (2015/16 to date)

All three promoted clubs avoiding relegation in a BPL season
Fulham, Blackburn Rovers & Bolton Wanderers (2001/02)
Queens Park Rangers, Norwich City & Swansea City (2011/12)

All three promoted clubs being relegated in a BPL season 
Bolton Wanderers, Barnsley & Crystal Palace (1997/98)

Clubs avoiding relegation from BPL after being bottom at Christmas
West Bromwich Albion (2004/05)
Sunderland (2013/14)
Leicester City (2014/15)

Clubs promoted to BPL most times
4 – Crystal Palace (1993/94, 1996/97, 2003/04 & 2012/13)
4 – Leicester City (1993/94, 1995/96, 2002/03 & 2013/14)
4 – Sunderland (1995/96, 1998/99, 2004/05 & 2006/07)
4 – West Bromwich Albion (2001/02, 2003/04, 2007/08 & 2009/10)

Club relegated from BPL most times
4 – Crystal Palace (1992/93, 1994/95, 1997/98 & 2004/05)
4 – Norwich City (1994/95, 2004/05, 2013/14 & 2015/16)

Attendance:

Highest BPL single match attendance
76,098 – Old Trafford, Manchester United v Blackburn Rovers (31 March 2007)

Highest BPL season average attendance 
75,821 – Old Trafford, Manchester United (2006/07)

Lowest BPL single match attendance 
3,039 – Selhurst Park, Wimbledon v Everton (26 January 1993)

Lowest BPL season average attendance 
8,353 – Selhurst Park, Wimbledon (1992/93)

Matches:

Biggest BPL home win 
9-0 – Manchester United v Ipswich Town (4 March 1995)

Biggest BPL away win 
1-8 – Nottingham Forest v Manchester United (6 February 1999)

Highest BPL scoring match
7-4 – Portsmouth v Reading (29 September 2007)

Highest BPL scoring draw 
5-5 – West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United (19 May 2013)

Players:

Awards

Most BPL winners’ medals 
13 – Ryan Giggs (Manchester United; 1992/93, 1993/94, 1995/96, 1996/97, 1998/99, 1999/00, 2000/01, 2002/03, 2006/07, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2010/11 & 2012/13)

Most Barclays Player of the Season awards 
2 – Thierry Henry (Arsenal; 2003/04 & 2005/06)
2 – Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United; 2006/07 & 2007/08)
2 – Nemanja Vidic (Manchester United; 2008/09 & 2010/11)

Most Barclays Player of the Month awards 
6 – Steven Gerrard (Liverpool; March 2001, March 2003, December 2004, April 2006, March 2009, March 2014)

Appearances:

Most BPL appearances 
632 – Ryan Giggs (Manchester United; 1992/93 – 2013/14)

Most BPL seasons 
22 – Ryan Giggs (Manchester United; 1992/93 – 2013/14)

Most consecutive BPL appearances 
310 – Brad Friedel (Blackburn Rovers, Aston Villa & Tottenham Hotspur; 14 August 2004 – 7 October 2012)

Most BPL clubs played for
8 – Marcus Bent (Crystal Palace, Blackburn Rovers, Ipswich Town, Leicester City, Everton, Charlton Athletic, Wigan Athletic & Wolverhampton Wanderers; 1997/98 – 2010/11)

Oldest BPL player 
43 years, 162 days – John Burridge (Manchester City v Queens Park Rangers; 14 May 1995)

Youngest BPL player 
16 years, 65 days – Matthew Briggs (Middlesbrough v Fulham; 13 May 2007)

Goals

Top BPL goal scorer
260 – Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers & Newcastle United; 1992/93 – 2005/06)

Most BPL goals at one club 
178 – Wayne Rooney (Manchester United; 2004/05 – to date)

Oldest BPL goal scorer 
40 years, 268 days – Teddy Sheringham (West Ham United v Portsmouth; 26 December 2006)

Youngest BPL goal scorer 
16 years, 271 days – James Vaughan (Everton v Crystal Palace; 10 April 2005)

Most consecutive BPL matches scoring a goal
11 – Jamie Vardy (Leicester City; 29 August 2015 – 28 November 2015)

Most BPL seasons scoring a goal 
21 – Ryan Giggs (Manchester United; 1992/93 – 2012/13)

Most BPL goals in a season* 
34 – Andrew Cole (Newcastle United; 1993/94 – 42 matches)
34 – Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers; 1994/95 – 42 matches)
31 – Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers; 1995/96 – 38 matches)
31 – Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United; 2007/08 – 38 matches)
31 – Luis Suarez (Liverpool; 2013/14 – 38 matches)

Most BPL goals in a debut season
30 – Kevin Phillips (Sunderland; 1999/00)

Most BPL goals in a calendar year
36 – Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers; 1995)

First BPL hat-trick 
Eric Cantona (Leeds United v Tottenham Hotspur; 25 August 1992)

Fastest BPL hat-trick 
2 minutes, 56 seconds – Sadio Mane (Southampton v Aston Villa; 16 May 2015)

Most BPL hat-tricks 
11 – Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers & Newcastle United; 1992/93 – 2005/06)

Most BPL goals in a single match 
5 – Andrew Cole (Manchester United v Ipswich Town; 4 March 1995)
5 – Alan Shearer (Newcastle United v Sheffield Wednesday; 19 September 1999)
5 – Jermain Defoe (Tottenham Hotspur v Wigan Athletic; 22 November 2009)
5 – Dimitar Berbatov (Manchester United v Blackburn Rovers; 27 November 2010)
5 – Sergio Aguero (Manchester City v Newcastle United; 03 October 2015)

Most BPL goals in one half 
5 – Jermain Defoe (Tottenham Hotspur v Wigan Athletic; 22 November 2009)

Fastest BPL goal
10 seconds – Ledley King (Tottenham Hotspur v Bradford City; 9 December 2000)

Most BPL goals scored from inside the box
227 – Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers & Newcastle United; 1992/93 – 2005/06)

Most BPL goals scored from outside the box 
41 – Frank Lampard (West Ham United, Chelsea & Manchester City; 1997/98 – 2014/15)

Most BPL goals scored from headers
47 – Peter Crouch (Aston Villa, Southampton, Liverpool, Portsmouth, Tottenham Hotspur & Stoke City; 2001/02 – 2014/15)

Most BPL penalties scored 
56 – Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers & Newcastle United; 1992/93 – 2005/06)

Most BPL penalties missed
11 – Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers & Newcastle United; 1994/95 – 2003/04)

Most BPL own goals
10 – Richard Dunne (Manchester City, Aston Villa & Queens Park Rangers; 2004/05 – 2014/15)

Milestone goals:

1st BPL goal 
Brian Deane (Sheffield United v Manchester United; 15 August 1992)

5,000th BPL goal
Chris Sutton (Blackburn Rovers v Leicester City; 7 December 1996)

10,000th BPL goal
Les Ferdinand (Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham; 15 December 2001)

15,000th BPL goal
Moritz Volz (Fulham v Chelsea; 30 December 2006)

20,000th BPL goal
Marc Albrighton (Aston Villa v Arsenal; 21 December 2011)

Assists:

Most BPL assists 
162 – Ryan Giggs (Manchester United; 1992/93 – 2013/14)

Most BPL assists in a season 
20 – Thierry Henry (Arsenal; 2002/03)

Most BPL assists in a match 
4 – Dennis Bergkamp (Arsenal v Leicester City; 20 February 1999)
4 – Jose Antonio Reyes (Arsenal v Middlesbrough; 14 January 2006)
4 – Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal v Blackburn Rovers; 4 October 2009)
4 – Emmanuel Adebayor (Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United; 11 February 2012)
4 – Santi Cazorla (Arsenal v Wigan Athletic; 14 May 2013)

Goalkeepers:

Most BPL clean sheets 
178 – Petr Cech (Chelsea & Arsenal; 2004/05 – to date)

Most BPL clean sheets at one club
162 – Petr Cech (Chelsea; 2004/05 – 2014/15)

Most BPL clean sheets in a season 
21 – Petr Cech (Chelsea; 2004/05)
21 – Edwin van der Sar (Manchester United; 2008/09)

Most consecutive BPL matches without conceding
14 – Edwin van der Sar (Manchester United; 15 November 2008 – 18 February 2009)

Most BPL penalties saved 
13 – David James (Liverpool, Manchester City & Portsmouth; 1992/93 – 2009/10)

Substitutes:

Most subbed on BPL player
142 – Shola Ameobi (Newcastle United & Crystal Palace; 2000/01 – 2014/15)

Most subbed off BPL player
134 – Ryan Giggs (Manchester United; 1992/93 – 2013/14)

Most BPL goals as a substitute 
23 – Jermain Defoe (West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur & Sunderland; 2001/02 – to date)

Disciplinary:

Most BPL yellow cards 
109 – Gareth Barry (Aston Villa, Manchester City & Everton; 1998/99 – to date)

Most BPL red cards
8 – Duncan Ferguson (Everton; 1994/95 – 2005/06)
8 – Patrick Vieira (Arsenal; 1997/98 – 2003/04)
8 – Richard Dunne (Everton & Manchester City; 1998/99 – 2008/09)

Most BPL yellow cards in a season
14 – Mark Hughes (Southampton; 1998/99)
14 – Robbie Savage (Leicester City; 2001/02)
14 – Cheick Tiote (Newcastle United; 2010/11)
14 – Lee Cattermole (Sunderland; 2014/15)

Most BPL red cards in a season 
3 – Vinnie Jones (Wimbledon; 1995/96)
3 – Slaven Bilic (Everton; 1997/98)
3 – David Batty (Newcastle United; 1997/98)
3 – Craig Short (Blackburn Rovers; 2001/02)
3 – Franck Queudrue (Middlesbrough; 2002/03)
3 – Wes Brown (Sunderland; 2013/14)
3 – Victor Wanyama (Southampton; 2015/16)

Managers:

Most BPL winners’ medals 
13 – Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United; 1992/93, 1993/94, 1995/96, 1996/97, 1998/99, 1999/00, 2000/01, 2002/03, 2006/07, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2010/11 & 2012/13)

Most Barclays Manager of the Season awards 
11 – Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United; 1993/94, 1995/96, 1996/97, 1998/99, 1999/00, 2002/03, 2006/07, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2010/11 & 2012/13)

Most Barclays Manager of the Month awards 
27 – Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United; August 1993, October 1994, February 1996, March 1996, February 1997, October 1997, January 1999, April 1999, August 1999, March 2000, April 2000, February 2001, April 2003, December 2003, February 2005, March 2006, August 2006, October 2006, February 2007, January 2008, March 2008, January 2009, April 2009, September 2009, January 2011, August 2011, October 2012)

Most BPL seasons 
21 – Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United; 1992/93 – 2012/13)

Most BPL matches
810 – Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United; 1992/93 – 2012/13)

Most BPL wins
410 – Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United; 1992/93 – 2012/13)

Most BPL points 
1,752 – Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United; 1992/93 – 2012/13)

Most BPL clubs managed
5 – Harry Redknapp (West Ham United, Portsmouth, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur & Queens Park Rangers; 1994/95 – 2014/15)
5 – Sam Allardyce (Bolton Wanderers, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, West Ham United, Sunderland; 2001/02 – 2015/16)
5 – Mark Hughes (Blackburn Rovers, Manchester City, Fulham, Queens Park Rangers & Stoke City; 2004/05 – 2014/15)

* In the first three Barclays Premier League seasons, the league consisted of 22 clubs. This was reduced to 20 clubs for the start of the 1995/96 season and has remained at this number ever since. An asterisk (*) has been used on this page to indicate when a record has been impacted by the larger number of clubs for a particular season.

** A minimum of one Barclays Premier League season must have been completed for this record to stand

Source:
https://www.premierleague.com/en-gb/history/records/

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