The English Premier League, also known as the Premier League is the top league in England. Thanks to its member clubs and players and high level of competition, is arguably the most popular football league in the world.

With elite clubs like Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, and Arsenal, along with the emergence of Manchester City leading the way, and with world-class players showcasing their talents, it’s no wonder that so many people around the world love to watch live English Premier League games.

In regions like the United States and the United Kingdom, viewers have to pay monthly cable fees to be able to catch the content they want, and with the current economic climate, many might be looking to cut back on those kinds of luxuries. However, you’re able to get your live Premier League football fix without going broke.

Premier League Past And Present

The Premier League formed in February 1992, when the members of what was then the Football League First Division broke away from the Football League to boost their earning power. That decision paid off, as the Premier League has become the world’s most lucrative football league, thanks in large part to the draw of watching live Premier League football.

The Premier League plays a 38-match season, with each of the 20 member clubs playing one another home and away. The Premier League champion and the next two highest finishers gain automatic entry into the UEFA Champions League group stage, while the fourth-placed team qualifies for the Champions League playoff round.

The fifth-place finisher qualifies for the UEFA Europa League, while the sixth and seventh-placed teams can also land in the Europa League depending on the outcome of the Carling Cup and FA Cup.

At the other end, the bottom three finishers are relegated to the Championship (England‘s second division), with the Championship’s top two teams and the Championship play-off winner taking their places for the next season.

Only seven clubs have never been relegated from the Premier League, and only four clubs have claimed the Premier League title. Manchester United have won three straight Premier League titles and 13 of 23 overall under the guidance of Sir Alex Ferguson, with Arsene Wenger and Arsenal tasting glory three times, Chelsea winning back-to-back titles in 2004/05 and 2005/06, and Alan Shearer led Blackburn Rovers lifting the trophy in the 1994/95 season.

Manchester City have won the title twice in the last five years, while Chelsea are the defending champion as Jose Mourinho guided them to a league title in 2014/15 season.

With clubs jockeying for positions at the top and bottom of the table from start to finish, there’s no reason to miss out on seeing any of the live Premier League action.

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