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    Default Premier League Records

    * signifies current player and / or unbroken record that remain subject to amendment.

    Premier League champions

    Most titles: 12, Manchester United

    Most consecutive title wins: 3, Manchester United (1998-99, 1999-2000, 2000-01), (2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09)

    Premier League Win Records

    Most wins in a season (38 games): 29, Chelsea (2004–05, 2005–06)

    Fewest wins in a season (38 games): 1, Derby County (2007–08)

    Most home wins in a season (38 games): 18, Chelsea (2005–06) and Manchester United (2010-11)

    Fewest home wins in a season (38 games): 1, Sunderland (2005–06) and Derby County (2007–08)

    Most away wins in a season (38 games): 15, Chelsea (2004–05)

    Fewest away wins in a season (38/42 games): Nil, Leeds United (1992–93), Coventry City (1999–2000), Wolverhampton Wanderers (2003–04), Norwich City (2004–05), Derby County (2007–08) and Hull City (2009-10)

    Most consecutive wins: 14, Arsenal (10 February 2002 to 24 August 2002)

    Most consecutive games without a win: 32, Derby County (22 September 2007 to date)*
    NB As this is still an unbroken record, it could increase should Derby County return to the Premier League

    Most consecutive home wins: 20, Manchester City (5 March 2011 to 21 March 2012)

    Most consecutive away wins: 11, Chelsea (5 April 2008 to 6 December 2008)

    Most losses in a season (38 or 42 games): 29, Ipswich Town (1994–95), Sunderland (2005–06) and Derby County (2007–08)

    Most consecutive losses in a season (38 games): 15, Sunderland (2002–03)

    Most consecutive losses: 20, Sunderland (18 January 2003 to 11 May 2003 then 13 August 2005 to 10 September 2005)
    NB Sunderland were relegated at the end of the 2002-03 season and returned to the Premier League in 2005-06.

    Most away losses in a season (38 games): 16, Watford (1999–2000) and Derby County (2007–08)

    Fewest away losses in a season (38 games): Nil, Arsenal (2001–02 and 2003–04)

    Premier League Draws

    Most draws in a season (42 games): 18, Manchester City (1993–94), Sheffield United (1993–94) and Southampton (1994–95)

    Most draws in a season (38 games): 17, Newcastle United (2003–04 and Aston Villa (2006–07, 2011-12)

    Most consecutive draws in a season (38 / 42 games): 7, Norwich City (1993–94), Southampton (1994–95) and Manchester City (2009–10)

    Fewest draws in a season (38 games): 3, Chelsea (1997–98)

    Most home draws in a season (38 games): 10, Sheffield Wednesday (1996–97) and Leicester City (1997–98 and 2003–04)

    Fewest home draws in a season (38 games): Nil, Manchester City (2008–09)

    Most away draws in a season (38 games): 12, Newcastle United, (2003–04)

    Fewest away draws in a season (38 games): 1, Bolton Wanderers (1995-96), Queens Park Rangers (1995-96), Chelsea (1997-98), Barnsley (1997-98), Bradford City (1999-2000), Ipswich Town (2000-01), Everton (2000-01), Portsmouth (2005-06 and 2007-08)

    Premier League Defeats Records

    Most defeats in a season: 34 (three times, below)
    - Ipswich Town (1994-95)
    - Sunderland (2005-06)
    - Derby County (2007-08)

    Fewest defeats in a season: Nil by Arsenal (2003-04)

    Most consecutive games without a defeat: 49 by Arsenal (7 May 2003 to 16 October 2004)

    Most consecutive home defeats: 10 by Sunderland (28 January 2003 to 23 August 2005)

    Premier League Goal Records By Team

    Most goals scored in a season: 103, Chelsea (2009–2010)

    Fewest goals scored in a season: 20, Derby County (2007–08)

    Most goals conceded in a season (42 games): 100, Swindon Town (1993–94)

    Most goals conceded in a season (38 games): 89, Derby County (2007–08)

    Fewest goals conceded in a season: 15, Chelsea (2004–05)

    Best goal difference in a season: + 71, Chelsea (2009–10)

    Worst goal difference in a season: − 69, Derby County (2007–08)

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

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

    Most clean sheets in a season: 24, Chelsea (2004–05)

    Fewest failures to score in a season: Nil (i.e. scored in every game), Arsenal (2001–02)

    Most goals scored in total: See the AFS Goals Statistics Engine Most goals conceded in total: See the AFS Goals Statistics Engine

    Highest Scoring Premier League Games

    Biggest home win: 9–0, Manchester United v Ipswich Town, 4 March 1995

    Biggest away win: 1–8, Nottingham Forest v Manchester United, 6 February 1999

    Highest aggregate goals in a game: 11, (7–4) Portsmouth v Reading, 29 September 2007

    Premier League Attendance Records

    Highest attendance: 76,098, Manchester United v Blackburn Rovers at Old Trafford, 31 March 2007

    Lowest attendance: 3,039, Wimbledon v Everton at Selhurst Park, 26 January 1993

    Premier League Appearance Records

    Most Premier League appearances: Ryan Giggs*, 598 (Manchester United, 15 August 1992 to 13 May 2012)

    Most Premier League appearances for one club: Ryan Giggs*, 598 (Manchester United, 15 August 1992 to 13 May 2012)

    Most consecutive Premier League appearances: Brad Friedel 310, (Blackburn Rovers, Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur from 14 August 2004 to 29 September 2012).

    Appeared in the most Premier League seasons: 20 – Ryan Giggs*

    Appeared for the most clubs in Premier League: 8 - Marcus Bent (Charlton Athletic, Everton, Ipswich Town, Leicester City, Blackburn Rovers, Crystal Palace, Wigan Athletic and Wolverhampton Wanderers)

    Premier League Player Records

    Most Premier League champions medals: 12, Ryan Giggs* (Manchester United, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011)

    Most Premier League runner's-up medals: 5, Patrick Vieira (Arsenal, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2005), Dennis Bergkamp (Arsenal, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2005) and Fredrik Ljungberg (Arsenal, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005)

    Scored in the most Premier League seasons: 20 - Ryan Giggs* (Manchester United)

    Most goals in a season (42 games): 34, Andrew Cole (Newcastle United, 1993–94) and Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers, 1994–95)

    Most goals in a season (38 games): 31, Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers, 1995–96) and Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United, 2007–08)

    Most goals in a game: 5 (by 4 players, below)
    - Andrew Cole (for Manchester United v Ipswich Town, 4 March 1995)
    - Alan Shearer (for Newcastle United v Sheffield Wednesday, 19 September 1999)
    - Jermain Defoe (for Tottenham Hotspur v Wigan Athletic, 22 November 2009)
    - Dimitar Berbatov (for Manchester United v Blackburn Rovers, 27 November 2010)

    Most goals in one half of a game: 5 - Jermain Defoe (for Tottenham Hotspur v Wigan Athletic, 22 November 2009)

    Youngest goalscorer: James Vaughan, 16 years and 271 days (for Everton v Crystal Palace, 10 April 2005)

    Oldest goalscorer: Teddy Sheringham, 40 years and 268 days (for West Ham United v Portsmouth, 26 December 2006)

    Fastest goal: 10 seconds, Ledley King (for Tottenham Hotspur v Bradford City, 9 December 2000)


    Most goals scored by a substitute in a game: 4, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (for (Manchester United v Nottingham Forest, 6 February 1999)

    Most goals scored in consecutive league matches: 10, Ruud van Nistelrooy, (Manchester United, 22 March 2003 to 23 August 2003)

    Most goals scored in consecutive away league matches: 9, Robin van Persie, (Arsenal 1 January 2011 - 22 May 2011)

    Fastest Premier League hat-trick: Robbie Fowler, 4 minutes 33 seconds (for Liverpool v Arsenal, 28 August 1994)

    Premier League goals scored for most clubs: 6 (by 5 players, below)
    - Nick Barmby (for Tottenham Hotspur, Middlesbrough, Everton, Liverpool, Leeds United and Hull City)
    - Craig Bellamy (for Coventry City, Newcastle United, Liverpool, Blackburn Rovers, West Ham United and Manchester City)
    - Marcus Bent (for Charlton Athletic, Everton, Ipswich Town, Leicester City, Crystal Palace and Wigan Athletic)
    - Andrew Cole (for Manchester United, Manchester City, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, Fulham, Portsmouth)
    - Les Ferdinand (for Leicester City, Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Bolton Wanderers and Queens Park Rangers)
    - Peter Crouch (for Aston Villa, Southampton, Liverpool, Portsmouth, Tottenham Hotspur, Stoke City)
    - Robbie Keane (for Aston Villa, Coventry City, Liverpool,, Tottenham Hotspur, Leeds United, West Ham United)

    Premier League Goalkeeper Records

    Longest consecutive run without conceding a goal: 1,311 minutes (14 games and 51 minutes) by Edwin van der Sar for Manchester United, 8 November 2008 to 4 March 2009

    Most clean sheets in one season: 21, Petr Cech for Chelsea in 2004–05 and Edwin van der Sar for Manchester United 2008-09

    Most clean sheets in total: 173, David James* for Liverpool, Aston Villa, West Ham United, Manchester City and Portsmouth.

    Goals scored by goalkeepers (not including own goals):
    - Brad Friedel, Blackburn Rovers (v Charlton Athletic, 21 February 2004)
    - Paul Robinson, Tottenham Hotspur (v Watford, 17 March 2007)
    - Peter Schmeichel, Aston Villa (v Everton, 20 October 2001)
    - Tim Howard, Everton (v Bolton Wanderers, 4 January 2012)

    Premier League Youngest and Oldest Players

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

    Oldest debutant: Graham Alexander, 37 years and 309 days (for Burnley v Stoke City, 15 August 2009)

    Youngest player: Matthew Briggs, 16 years and 65 days (Fulham v Middlesbrough, 13 May 2007)

    Premier League Disciplinary Records

    Most red cards in total: 8 by Duncan Ferguson, Patrick Vieira and Richard Dunne*

    Most yellow cards in total: 100 by Kevin Davies

    Quickest dismissal from start of a game: 72 seconds by Tim Flowers, Blackburn Rovers (v Leeds United, 1 February 1995)

    Quickest dismissal after coming on as a substitute: 37 seconds by Dave Kitson, Reading (v Manchester United, 12 August 2007)

    Records to watch

    (Any records likely to be broken soon)

    Last updated: To end of 2011-12 season.
    Last edited by Veritas; 8th October 2012 at 12:17 PM. Reason: Update consecutive appearances record

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    Default Fascinating stuff

    Statisticus - are you - or is anyone else planning an update for the start of the season?

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