England Premiership Club Profiles - English Premier League Tickets

 

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Well into the second half of the UK football season and going into the International Break, Manchester United remain well on top of the England Premier League looking more and more like the champions with every match - and QPR are at the very bottom of the English Premier League table with hopes alive to pull up out of relegation. Great seats and the very best football tickets are available for all upcoming fixtures.

Arsenal

  • Manager: Arsene Wenger
  • Position last season: 3rd
  • Nickname: The Gunners
  • Ground: Emirates Stadium
  • Capacity: 60,355

Aston Villa

  • Manager: Paul Lambert
  • Position last season: 16th
  • Nickname: The Villans
  • Ground: Villa Park
  • Capacity: 42,640

Chelsea

  • Manager: Roberto di Matteo
  • Position last season: 6th
  • Nickname: The Blues
  • Ground: Stamford Bridge
  • Capacity: 42,055

Everton

  • Manager: David Moyes
  • Position last season: 7th
  • Nickname: The Toffees
  • Ground: Goodison Park
  • Capacity: 40,216

Fulham

  • Manager: Martin Jol
  • Position last season: 9th
  • Nickname: The Cottagers
  • Ground: Craven Cottage
  • Capacity: 24,525

Liverpool

  • Manager: Brendan Rodgers
  • Position last season: 8th
  • Nickname: The Reds
  • Ground: Anfield
  • Capacity: 45,276

Manchester City

  • Manager: Roberto Mancini
  • Position last season: Champions
  • Nickname: The Blues
  • Ground: Etihad Stadium
  • Capacity: 47,715

Manchester United

  • Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson
  • Position last season: 2nd
  • Nickname: The Red Devils
  • Ground: Old Trafford
  • Capacity: 76,180

Newcastle

  • Manager: Alan Pardew
  • Position last season: 5th
  • Nickname: The Magpies
  • Ground: St James' Park
  • Capacity: 52,387

Norwich

  • Manager: Chris Hughton
  • Position last season: 12th
  • Nickname: The Canaries
  • Ground: Carrow Road
  • Capacity: 27,220

QPR

  • Manager: Mark Hughes
  • Position last season: 17th
  • Nickname: The Rs
  • Ground: Loftus Road
  • Capacity: 18,360

Reading

  • Manager: Brian McDermott
  • Position last season: Promoted as Championship winners
  • Nickname: The Royals
  • Ground: Madejski Stadium
  • Capacity: 24,200

Southampton

  • Manager: Nigel Adkins
  • Position last season: Promoted as Championship runners-up
  • Nickname: The Saints
  • Ground: St Mary's
  • Capacity: 32,689

Stoke

  • Manager: Tony Pulis
  • Position last season: 14th
  • Nickname: The Potters
  • Ground: Britannia Stadium
  • Capacity: 28,376

Sunderland

  • Manager: Martin O'Neill
  • Position last season: 13th
  • Nickname: The Black Cats
  • Ground: Stadium of Light
  • Capacity: 49,000

Swansea

  • Manager: Michael Laudrup
  • Position last season: 11th
  • Nickname: The Swans
  • Ground: Liberty Stadium
  • Capacity: 20,500

Tottenham

  • Manager: Andre Villas-Boas
  • Position last season: 4th
  • Nickname: Spurs
  • Ground: White Hart Lane
  • Capacity: 36,274

West Brom

  • Manager: Steve Clarke
  • Position last season: 10th
  • Nickname: The Baggies
  • Ground: The Hawthorns
  • Capacity: 28,003

West Ham

  • Manager: Sam Allardyce
  • Position last season: Promoted via Championship play-offs
  • Nickname: The Hammers
  • Ground: Upton Park
  • Capacity: 35,333

Wigan

  • Manager: Roberto Martinez
  • Position last season: 15th
  • Nickname: The Latics
  • Ground: DW Stadium
  • Capacity: 25,135

Manchester United remain securely in 1st place at the top of the table. In a tough fight to finish at the top in order to qualify for European competition next season, Manchester City is in 2nd, and Chelsea have moved up to 3rd, with Tottenham Hotspur in 4th, Arsenal in 5th, Everton in 6th, and Liverpool in 7th.

QPR remain in 20th at the very bottom of the England Premiership Table with 23 points. West Ham are in 14th with 33 points, Sunderland in 15th, Southampton in 16th – both with 31 points, Aston Villa in 17th with 30 points, Wigan in 18th with 27 points, Reading is barely in19th with 23 points.

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