PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/2023 TICKETS
Formed in: 1992
Club with most victories in the League: Manchester United
Greatest scorers in the League: Alan Shearer
The Premier League is the top-most league for English football clubs and England's primary football competition.
Every year 20 clubs compete for the League title, most of those clubs are based in London, Manchester and Liverpool.
The league is currently sponsored by Barclays Bank – therefore, its official name is Barclays Premier League.
Premier League tickets are probably the most popular and wanted tickets in the world.
Premier League Tickets Information
The Premier League, also known as the English Premier League (EPL), is the top level of the English football league system. The competition was formed in February 1992 and known as the "FA Premier League", as the Football Association (FA) helped to create it. When it was first formed, it consisted of 22 teams, however this was reduced to 20 in 1995.
The Premier League season typically operates from August to May, with most games played on Saturday and Sunday afternoons – although there are sometimes Monday and Friday night games. Each individual team plays 38 matches, which entails playing 19 other teams twice, both at their home stadium and away.
In the Premier League, at the end of every season, the three lowest placed teams in the top-flight league get relegated to the EFL Championship, and the top two teams from the Championship get promoted to the Premier League, including an additional team promoted after a series of play-offs involving the third, fourth, fifth and sixth placed clubs in the top tier.
The English Premier League consists of the best clubs in the UK, which transforms every match to an unforgettable experiense played on the finest grounds. All Premier League stadiums have amazing atmosphere, unique history and can host big crowds.
Some of the most famous stadiums are: Anfield, The Emirates Stadium and Old Trafford.
Premier League Ticket PricesThe average ticket price for the Premier League (EPL) ranges from £147 to £191.
Premier League ticket prices by club:
How to Buy Premier League Tickets on Ticketgum
To buy tickets for a Premier League game, do the following:
- Select a Premier League match from the list of home and away games at the top of this page.
- Choose your desired seating section and update the ticket quantity.
- Enter a delivery address (this can be a hotel if you are abroad).
- Log in with an existing account, or create a new one.
- Read and agree to the terms and conditions.
- Choose your payment method and purchase your tickets.
- Receive your confirmation via email.
- Enjoy your Premier League tickets!
Premier League Tickets Information Table
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25/03/2023 14:37 Thomas R from United Kingdom booked 3 tickets to Tottenham Vs Brentford
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