Premier League

Clubs currently playing in the English Premier League
Formation and the Football League (1874−1920) Aston Villa Football Club were formed in March 1874, by members of the Villa Cross Chapel in...
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ormed in 1884 by a group of old boys of Wyggeston School as "Leicester Fosse", the club joined the Football Association in 1890. Before moving to...
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FOOTBALL in its modern form arouses passions on Tyneside like no other sport or pastime. Yet the North East region was one of the country's late...
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As far back as 1861, it is believed that workers at the famous exhibition building formed the initial Crystal Palace team as an amateur club. They...
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Aston Villa Football Club; also known as Villa, The Villa, The Villans, The Lions) is a professional football club based in Witton, Birmingham...
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The Early Years The present football club can trace its roots as far back as 1890 when Boscombe St. Johns Institute Football Club were playing...
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On Tuesday 5 September 1882, the Hotspur Football Club was formed by grammar-school boys from the Bible class at All Hallows Church. They were...
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Manchester United Football Club was first formed in 1878, albeit under a different name - Newton Heath LYR (Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway)...
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Chelsea Football Club has been good at celebrating special anniversaries. The year 2005 saw us reach the major milestone of 100 years-old. What...
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There is no place like Goodison Park when the place is full. The atmosphere is quite unique but when the current team enters the arena to the...
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The club was born out of the need for social good in east Manchester. The Rector of St Mark's (West Gorton), Revd. Arthur Connell and his family...
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When the Football League was founded in 1888, Anfield was one of the League's original grounds. On September 8th of that year - the very first...
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A small group of Scots sowed the seed which would grow into one of the most famous names in football. David Danskin, from Kirkcaldy in Fife...
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