Premier League is here again! The fixtures are out and tickets now available from Official Premier league Football Ticket Agents on line. As always, we will be reviewing the online ticket market and hunting down the best tickets form the most reliable ticket sellers for all Premier League Games.
Since its inception The Premier League has delivered the best in British football to fans all over the world.
It’s because of this, because of its worldwide popularity that Premiership tickets are really popular and in demand. Of course that sometimes makes it hard for real fans to get the Premier League tickets they want. Each year we hunt down the best deals from the most reliable vendors.
If you are thinking of travelling to the UK this season and want to catch the ultimate Arsenal Game at Emirates Stadium, or want to find a seat in one of the oldest football stadiums in the world, check out the links we have provided to the best football tickets for premier League this season.
Some Cheap Tickets to Watch out For
The Best Chelsea Tickets are at Sports Event 365. These guys are among the most reliable ticket sellers and prices are often $100.00 cheaper than other vendors. They are also an Official Ticket Partner to several Premier League Football teams.
You can check out the Chelsea Tickets for all Matches here.
Sports Event 365 also have the Best Football Tickets for Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Everton and Aston Villa Tickets.
You can view all available BPL Football Tickets online below.
If you are travelling from the United State or Australia, Viagogo also supply Official Premier League Tickets. These football tickets can be purchased online at Viagogo and are delivered by secure and guaranteed UPS delivery via tracked courier or e-ticket.
Viagogo Football Tickets – USA Site
Viagogo Football Tickets – Australia Site
English Premier League is to the Brits what the AFL is to Aussies. Beginning in August 2014 and finishing in May 2015, Premier League Football games are a great way to experience soccer at its finest!
So don’t miss this fantastic chance to see your club play in what will be an intense EPL season.
Tickets for the English Premier League have always sold out in record time, so it is advised to buy them well in advance. Known officially as the Barclays Premier League, the competition consists of twenty participating teams (clubs) and works through a double round robin system.
Each club plays the other clubs twice, once in their home ground and once at the opposing club’s grounds, totalling to thirty-eight games. Three points are awarded for a win, one point for a draw and none for a loss, the winner of the premier league is the club with the most points at the end of the season.
If points between two winning teams are equal, then a winner is decided from the goals scored and goal difference. The three lowest scoring teams are however relegated to the Football League Championship, with the top two teams of the Football League Championship and a third team from the remaining play-offs of that season become promoted in their stead.
Qualification to the European championships also occur, with the top three teams, earning themselves a place in the UEFA Champions League Group Stage, while the fourth is entered into a play-off round to decide their entry.
Football Teams to Watch out for this Season
There were 22 inaugural members of the new Premier League: Arsenal, Aston Villa, Blackburn Rovers, Chelsea, Coventry City, Crystal Palace,
Everton, Ipswich Town, Leeds United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Middlesbrough, Norwich City, Nottingham Forest, Oldham Athletic, Queens Park Rangers, Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, and Wimbledon.
A total of 43 clubs have played in the Premier League from its inception in 1992 until the end of the 2009-10 season. Two other clubs (Luton Town and Notts County) were signatories to the original agreement that created the Premier League; both were relegated prior to the inaugural Premier League season and have not subsequently returned to the top flight.
Seven clubs have been members of the Premier League for every season since its inception. This group is composed of Arsenal, Aston Villa, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur.
Due to insistence by FIFA that domestic leagues reduce the number of games each club plays, the number of clubs was reduced to 20 in 1995 when four teams were relegated from the league and only two teams promoted.
Man City face Newcastle in opener Premier League champions Manchester City will start their 2014-15 Premier League campaign at Newcastle on the weekend of 16 August.
Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United entertain Swansea, while Ronald Koeman’s Southampton visit Liverpool. Promoted Burnley will host Chelsea. Celtic’s stadium is being used for the Commonwealth Games so their Scottish Premiership game with Partick Thistle on 9 August is postponed, but Rangers will face Hearts in the Championship.
Last season’s Championship winners will look forward to a meeting with Everton and QPR’s Championship play-off triumph has earned them an opening day fixture with Hull at Loftus Road.
Arsenal, who ended their nine-year wait for a trophy at Wembley in the FA Cup final last month, entertain Crystal Palace. Of the three rounds prior to the first international break, Manchester City’s encounter with Premier League runners-up Liverpool at the Etihad, pencilled in for August 23, is the most eye-catching.
Everton, with a Europa League campaign to look forward to after finishing fifth in Roberto Martinez’s debut season, have successive home games against Arsenal and Chelsea following their trip to Leicester.
Reacting to the fixtures, which pits his side against Chelsea and then Manchester United in the first two rounds, Burnley co-chairman John Banaszkiewicz told BBC Sport it was an “eye-opening start” for the club.
“You know when you get promoted it is going to be a challenge and you are acutely aware of the quality you are going to be facing,” he said. “Maybe it is a benefit to have Chelsea and Manchester United so soon. Their players might be a bit tired after the World Cup.