Premier League records - Most titles, appearances, top scorers & attendance

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Goal has your one-stop shop for all the main milestones and records for England's top flight

Since its inaugural season in 1992-93 the Premier League has produced countless memorable moments.

Some of the best players in the world have passed through England's top division, leaving their mark in their own particular way.

Plenty of milestones have been hit in the process, while records continue to be set and broken.

If you're wondering who has the most titles, or which player scored the most goals, you've come to the right place.

Goal has compiled a list of some of the Premier League's best and worst records, which you can see below.

Note: Records for Premier League only, i.e. from 1992-93 to present day.
Last update: March 25, 2018


Premier League title records


Manchester United Premier League 2001

Most Premier League titles - Manchester United (13)

Most consecutive Premier League title wins - Manchester United (3)

Biggest Premier League winning margin - Manchester United (18 points)

Smallest Premier League winning margin - Manchester City (0 points, +8 goal difference)


Premier League points records


Most Premier League points in a season - Chelsea (95 points, 2004-05)

Fewest Premier League points in a season - Derby County (11 points, 2007-08)

Most Premier League points in a season without winning title - Manchester United (89 points, 2011-12)

Fewest Premier League points in a season to win title - Manchester United (75 points, 1996-97)

Most Premier League points in a season for relegated club - Crystal Palace (49 points, 1992-93, 42 matches), West Ham (42 points, 2002-03, 38 matches)

Fewest Premier League points for non-relegated club - West Brom (34 points, 2004-05)


Premier League wins & defeats


Arsenal Invincibles

Wins

Most Premier League wins in a season - Chelsea (30 - 2016-17)

Fewest Premier League wins in a season - Derby County (1 - 2007-08)

Most Premier League home wins in a season - Chelsea (18 - 2005-06), Manchester United (18 - 2010-11), Manchester City (18 - 2011-12)

Most Premier League away wins in a season - Chelsea (15 - 2004-05)

Fewest Premier League home wins in a season - Sunderland (1 - 2005-06), Derby County (1 - 2007-08)

Fewest Premier League away wins in a season - Leeds United (0 - 1992-93), Coventry City (0 - 1999-00), Wolves (0 - 2003-04), Norwich City (0 - 2004-05), Derby County (0 - 2007-08), Hull City (0 - 2009-10)

Most consecutive Premier League wins - Manchester City (18 - August 26, 2017 - December 27, 2017)

Most consecutive Premier League games without a win - Derby County (32 - 2007-08)

Most consecutive Premier League home wins - Manchester City (20 - March 5, 2011 - March 21, 2012)

Most consecutive Premier League away wins - Chelsea (11 - April 6, 2008 - December 7, 2008), Manchester City (11 - May 21, 2017 - Decembr 27, 2017)

Defeats

Most Premier League defeats in a season - Ipswich Town (29, 1994-95 - 42 matches), Sunderland (29, 2005-06 - 38 matches), Derby County (29, 2007-08 - 38 matches)

Fewest Premier League defeats in a season - Arsenal (0, 2003-04)

Most Premier League home defeats in a season - Sunderland (14, 2002-03 & 2005-06)

Most Premier League away defeats in a season - Burnley (17, 2009-10)

Fewest Premier League home defeats in a season - Manchester United (0, 1995-96, 1999-00 & 2010-11), Arsenal (0, 1998-99, 2003-04 & 2007-08), Chelsea (0, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08 & 2014-15), Liverpool (0, 2008-09), Manchester City (0, 2011-12), Tottenham (0, 2016/17)

Fewest Premier League away defeats in a season - Arsenal (0, 2001-02 & 2003-04)

Most consecutive Premier League defeats - Sunderland (15, 2002-03)

Longest Premier League unbeaten run - Arsenal (49 games - May 7, 2003 - October 24, 2004)

Longest Premier League unbeaten home run - Chelsea (86 games - February 21, 2004 - October 26, 2008)

Longest Premier League unbeaten away run - Arsenal (27 games - April 5 2003 - September 25, 2004)


Premier League goal records


Players

Top Premier League goalscorer - Alan Shearer (260 goals, 1992-93 - 2005-06)

Most Premier League goals at one club - Wayne Rooney (183 goals, Manchester United, 2004-05 - 2016-17)

Oldest Premier League goalscorer - Teddy Sheringham (40 years 268 days, West Ham vs Portsmouth, December 26, 2006)

Youngest Premier League goalscorer - James Vaughan (16 years 271 days, Everton vs Crystal Palace, April 10, 2005)

Most consecutive Premier League games scoring a goal - Jamie Vardy (11, Leicester City August 29, 2015 - November 28, 2015)

Most Premier League seasons scoring a goal - Ryan Giggs (21, Manchester United, 1992-93 - 2012-13)

Most Premier League goals in a season - Andrew Cole (34, 1993-94) *, Alan Shearer (34, 1994-95) *, Alan Shearer (31, 1995-96) , Cristiano Ronaldo (31, 2007-08) , Luis Suarez (31, 2013-14)
*The league season consisted of 42 matches, not 38.

Most Premier League goals in a debut season - Kevin Phillips (30, Sunderland, 1999-00)

Most Premier League goals in a calendar year - Harry Kane (39, Tottenham, 2017)

First Premier League hat-trick - Eric Cantona (Leeds United vs Tottenham, August 25, 1992)

Fastest Premier League hat-trick - Sadio Mane (2 minutes 56 seconds - Southampton vs Aston Villa, May 16, 2015)

Most Premier League hat-tricks - Alan Shearer (11, 1992-93 - 2005-06)

Most Premier League goals in a single match - Andrew Cole (5 - Manchester United v Ipswich Town; March 4, 1995); Alan Shearer ( 5 - Newcastle United v Sheffield Wednesday; September 19, 1999); Jermain Defoe (5 - Tottenham v Wigan Athletic; November 22, 2009); Dimitar Berbatov (5 - Manchester United v Blackburn Rovers; November 27, 2010);  Sergio Aguero (5 - Manchester City v Newcastle United; October 3 2015)

Most Premier League goals in one half - Jermain Defoe (5, Tottenham vs Wigan Athletic, November 22, 2009)

Fastest Premier League goal - Ledley King (10 seconds, Tottenham vs Bradford City, December 9, 2000)

Most Premier League goals from inside the box - Alan Shearer (227)

Most Premier League goals from outside the box - Frank Lampard (41)

Most Premier League goals from headers - Peter Crouch (52)

Most Premier League penalties scored - Alan Shearer (56)

Most Premier League penalties missed - Alan Shearer (11), Wayne Rooney (11)

Most Premier League own goals - Richard Dunne (10)

First Premier League goal - Brian Deane (Sheffield United vs Manchester United, August 15, 1992)

5,000th Premier League goal - Chris Sutton (Leicester City vs Blackburn Rovers, December 7, 1996)

10,000th Premier League goal - Les Ferdinand (Tottenham vs Fulham, December 15, 2001)

15,000th Premier League goal - Moritz Volz (Chelsea vs Fulham, December 30, 2006)

20,000th Premier League goal - Marc Albrighton (Aston Villa vs Arsenal, December 21, 2011)

25,000th Premier League goal - Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Swansea City vs Manchester United, November 6, 2016)

Teams

Chelsea 2004-05

Most Premier League goals scored in a season - 103 (Chelsea, 2009-10)

Fewest Premier League goals scored in a season - 20 (Derby County, 2007-08)

Most Premier League goals scored at home in a season - 68 (Chelsea, 2009-10)

Most Premier League goals scored away in a season - 48 (Liverpool, 2013-14)

Fewest Premier League goals scored at home in a season - 10 (Manchester City, 2006-07)

Fewest Premier League goals scored away in a season - 8 - Middlesbrough (1995-96), Southampton (1998-99), Sheffield Unted (2006-07), Derby County (2007-08)

Most Premier League goals conceded in a season - 100 (Swindon Town, 1993-94 - 42 matches), 89 (Derby County, 2007-08 - 38 matches)

Fewest Premier League goals conceded in a season - 15 (Chelsea, 2004-05)


Worst Premier League disciplinary records


Most Premier League red cards - 8 (Duncan Ferguson, Patrick Vieira & Richard Dunne)

Most Premier League red cards in a season - 3 (Vinnie Jones, Slaven Bilic, David Batty, Craig Short, Franck Queudrue, Wes Brown, Victor Wanyama)

Most Premier League yellow cards - 123 (Gareth Barry)

Most Premier League yellow cards in a season - 14 (Mark Hughes, Robbie Savage, Cheick Tiote, Lee Cattermole, Jose Holebas)


Premier League attendance records


Harry Kane Dele Alli Tottenham Arsenal

Highest Premier League attendance - 83,222 (Tottenham vs Arsenal, Wembley, February 10, 2018)

Highest Premier League attendance average - 75,821 (Manchester United, 2006-07)

Lowest Premier League attendance - 3,039 (Wimbledon vs Everton, Selhurst Park, January 26, 1993)

Lowest Premier League attendance average - 8,353 (Wimbledon, 1992-93)


Premier League appearance records


Most Premier League appearances - 653 (Gareth Barry - Aston Villa, Manchester City, Everton & West Brom; 1997-98 - present)

Most Premier League seasons -  22 (Ryan Giggs - Manchester United; 1992-93 - 2013-14)

Most consecutive Premier League appearances - 310 (Brad Friedel - Blackburn Rovers, Aston Villa & Tottenham Hotspur; August 14, 2004 - October 7, 2012)

Most Premier League clubs played for - 8 (Marcus Bent - Crystal Palace, Blackburn Rovers, Ipswich Town, Leicester City, Everton, Charlton Athletic, Wigan Athletic & Wolves)

Oldest Premier League player - 43 years, 162 days (John Burridge - Manchester City v Queens Park Rangers; May 14, 1995)

Youngest Premier League player - 16 years, 68 days (Matthew Briggs - Middlesbrough v Fulham; May 13, 2007)


Premier League manager records


Sir Alex Ferguson Manchester United 2013

Most Premier League titles - 13 (Sir Alex Ferguson - Manchester United)

Most Premier League seasons - 21 (Sir Alex Ferguson - Manchester United; 1992-93 - 2012-13)

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Most Premier League matches - 820 (Arsene Wenger - Arsenal; 1996-97 - present)

Most Premier League wins -  410 (Sir Alex Ferguson - Manchester United; 1992-93 - 2012-13)

Most Premier League clubs managed -  7 (Sam Allardyce - Bolton Wanderers, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, West Ham, Sunderland, Crystal Palace, Everton; 2001-02 - present)

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