Premier League Stadiums
Barclays Premier League Stadiums
The Premier League is the top tier of the English professional football league pyramid, and consists of 20 teams.
The largest current Premier League stadium
is Old Trafford
the home of Manchester Untied who were runners-up in the 2011-12 season. The current champions are Manchester City who play their home fixtures at the 47,726 capacity Etihad Stadium
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The English Premier League season runs from August to May and will be contested between all 20 member clubs of the Premier League. Each team will play each other twice therefore completing a total of 38 games. The leagues current sponsor is Barclays and the the official title of the league is the
. All stadiums in the Premier League must be all-seated. The bottom three teams in the Premier League are relegated to the
The Premier League was first held in 1992 after the old First Division clubs broke away from the Football League to take advantage of a new television right deal proposed by BSkyB, the first winners of the Premier League were Manchester Untied who have since won England's top football league a total of 19 times (12 Premier League titles).
The Premier League currently has the highest revenue of any football league in the world, with total club revenues of €2.479 billion for the 2009–10 season.