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Premier League Quiz

Who won the Golden Glove, keeping the most clean sheets, with 20?

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Newcastle became the first PL team to avoid relegation despite…

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Who achieved the highest-ever PL finish for a team that lost their opening three matches?

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2021-22. Leeds have set a new Premier League record this season. What is it?

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Mohamed Salah and Son Heung-min shared the Golden Boot. Who won the Playmaker award for the most assists?

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2020-21. Fulham set an unwelcome new record for the fewest goals scored at home in a season. They played 19 home games – how many goals did they score?

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2017-18. Manchester City won the league by a record margin. What was the points difference between the champions and the runners-up?

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Who was the top PL goalscorer for champions Man City this season, with 15 strikes?

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2012-13. What was unusual about Alex Ferguson’s last game in charge of Manchester United in May 2013?

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Who has achieved a first after winning the Hublot Young Player of the Season award in successive campaigns?

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2014-15. Sadio Mané scored the quickest hat-trick in Premier League history. How long did it take him to score three goals for Southampton against Aston Villa?

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2018-19. This season had the biggest margin between the champions and the bottom-placed club. How many points?

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2019-20. Liverpool set a new record by winning 24 straight home games. Which club ended that run with a 1-1 draw at Anfield in July?

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West Ham achieved which feat this season, for the first time in their PL history?

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As well as debutants Brentford, which club had both their highest PL finish and their best PL points tally?

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2013-14. Liverpool scored a record number of away goals this season. How many goals did they score in their 19 away games?

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2015-16. Jamie Vardy a new record for scoring in consecutive games. How many straight games did he score in?

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Spurs’ Antonio Conte is the fifth manager or head coach to finish in the top four with two different clubs, after who?

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2016-17. Who said in his first press conference after taking over as manager: “Let’s stop losing”?

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Man Utd’s Paul Pogba equalled which PL record against Leeds on the opening weekend of the season?

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Hey, everyone! Do you like the Premier League? We hope so! If you are a fan, you will love our today’s Premier League Quiz. How many points can you score in the hardest Premier League Quiz? Answer twenty questions and see for yourself!

The Premier League (legal name: The Football Association Premier League Limited) is the top level of the men’s English football league system. Contested by 20 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the English Football League (EFL). Seasons typically run from August to May with each team playing 38 matches (playing all 19 other teams both home and away). Most games are played on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, with occasional weekday evening fixtures.

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The competition was founded as the FA Premier League on 20 February 1992 following the decision of clubs in the Football League First Division to break away from the Football League, founded in 1888, and take advantage of a lucrative television rights sale to Sky. From 2019 to 2020, the league’s accumulated television rights deals were worth around £3.1 billion a year, with Sky and BT Group securing the domestic rights to broadcast 128 and 32 games respectively. The Premier League is a corporation where chief executive Richard Masters is responsible for its management, whilst the member clubs act as shareholders. Clubs were apportioned central payment revenues of £2.4 billion in 2016–17, with a further £343 millions in solidarity payments to English Football League (EFL) clubs.

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The Premier League is the most-watched sports league in the world, broadcast in 212 territories to 643 million homes and a potential TV audience of 4.7 billion people. For the 2018–19 season, the average Premier League match attendance was 38,181, second to the German Bundesliga’s 43,500, while aggregated attendance across all matches is the highest of any association football league at 14,508,981. Most stadium occupancies are near capacity. The Premier League ranks first in the UEFA coefficients of leagues based on performances in European competitions over the past five seasons as of 2021. The English top-flight has produced the second-highest number of UEFA Champions League/European Cup titles, with five English clubs having won fourteen European trophies in total.

Fifty clubs have competed since the inception of the Premier League in 1992: forty-eight English and two Welsh clubs. Seven of them have won the title: Manchester United (13), Manchester City (6), Chelsea (5), Arsenal (3), Blackburn Rovers (1), Leicester City (1), and Liverpool (1).

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Despite significant European success in the 1970s and early 1980s, the late 1980s marked a low point for English football. Stadiums were crumbling and supporters endured poor facilities, hooliganism was rife, and English clubs had been banned from European competition for five years following the Heysel Stadium disaster in 1985. The Football League First Division, the top level of English football since 1888, was behind leagues such as Italy’s Serie A and Spain’s La Liga in attendance and revenues, and several top English players had moved abroad.

By the turn of the 1990s, the downward trend was starting to reverse. At the 1990 FIFA World Cup, England reached the semi-finals; UEFA, European football’s governing body, lifted the five-year ban on English clubs playing in European competitions in 1990, resulting in Manchester United lifting the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in 1991. The Taylor Report on stadium safety standards, which proposed expensive upgrades to create all-seater stadiums in the aftermath of the Hillsborough disaster, was published in January 1990.

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During the 1980s, major English clubs had begun to transform into business ventures, applying commercial principles to club administration to maximize revenue. Martin Edwards of Manchester United, Irving Scholar of Tottenham Hotspur, and David Dein of Arsenal were among the leaders in this transformation. The commercial imperative led to the top clubs seeking to increase their power and revenue: the clubs in Division One threatened to break away from the Football League, and in so doing they managed to increase their voting power and gain a more favorable financial arrangement, taking a 50% share of all television and sponsorship income in 1986. They demanded that television companies should pay more for their coverage of football matches, and revenue from television grew in importance. The Football League received £6.3 million for a two-year agreement in 1986, but by 1988, in a deal agreed with ITV, the price rose to £44 million over four years with the leading clubs taking 75% of the cash. According to Scholar, who was involved in the negotiations of television deals, each of the First Division clubs received only around £25,000 per year from television rights before 1986, this increased to around £50,000 in the 1986 negotiation, then to £600,000 in 1988. The 1988 negotiations were conducted under the threat of ten clubs leaving to form a “super league”, but they were eventually persuaded to stay, with the top clubs taking the lion’s share of the deal. The negotiations also convinced the bigger clubs that to receive enough votes, they needed to take the whole of the First Division with them instead of a smaller “super league”. By the beginning of the 1990s, the big clubs again considered breaking away, especially now that they had to fund the cost of stadium upgrades as proposed by the Taylor Report.

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In 1990, the managing director of London Weekend Television (LWT), Greg Dyke, met with the representatives of the “big five” football clubs in England (Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Everton, and Arsenal) over dinner. The meeting was to pave the way for a breakaway from The Football League. Dyke believed that it would be more lucrative for LWT if only the larger clubs in the country were featured on national television and wanted to establish whether the clubs would be interested in a larger share of television rights money. The five clubs agreed with the suggestion and decided to press ahead with it; however, the league would have no credibility without the backing of The Football Association, and so David Dein of Arsenal held talks to see whether the FA was receptive to the idea. The FA did not enjoy an amicable relationship with the Football League at the time and considered it a way to weaken the Football League’s position. The FA released a report in June 1991, Blueprint for the Future of Football, that supported the plan for the Premier League with the FA as the ultimate authority that would oversee the breakaway league.

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