Premier League Records
Following the Chelsea v Arsenal game where Chelsea extended their unbeaten home run to 78 games, we thought we would look at some other Premier League records - and here they are:
- Most Titles won - 9 Manchester United (1992-93, 1993-94, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1998-99, 1999-2000, 2000-01, 2002-03, 2006-07)
- Most consecutive title wins - 3 Manchester United (1998-99, 1999-2000, 2000-01)
- Most points in a season (38 games) - 95 Chelsea (2004-05)
- Most points in a season (42 games) - 92 Manchester United (1993-94)
- Fewest points in a season (38 games) - 15 Sunderland (2005-06)
- Fewest points in a season (42 games) - 27 Ipswich Town (1994-95)
- Most goals scored in a season - 97 Manchester United (1999-2000)
- Fewest goals scored in a season - 21 Sunderland (2002-03)
- Most goals conceded in a season - 100 Swindon Town (1993-94)
- Fewest goals conceded in a season - 15 Chelsea (2004-05)
- Fewest goals scored at home in a season - 10 Manchester City (2006-07)
- Fewest goals scored away in a season - 8 joint record:
Sheffield United (2006-07)
- Most clean sheets in a season - 25 Chelsea (2004-05)
- Fewest failures to score in a season - 0 (scored in every game), Arsenal (2001-02)
- Least amount of penalties conceded - 12 (home), 53 (away), Manchester United 1992-2007
- Most penalties conceded - 47 (home), 93 (away), Aston Villa 1992-2007
- Lowest finish by the previous seasons champions - 7th Blackburn Rovers (1995-96)
- Highest finish by a promoted club - 3rd, joint record:
Newcastle United (1993-94)
Nottingham Forest (1994-95)
- Most Premiership Winners Medals - Ryan Giggs (9) - 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007
- Most Premiership Runner-Up Medals - Ryan Giggs (4) - 1995, 1998, 2004, 2005
- First Premiership goal - Brian Deane (for Sheffield United v. Manchester United, 15 August 1992)
- Most goals in a career - 260, Alan Shearer (Southampton, Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United, 1992 to 2006)
- Most goals in a season (42 games) - 34, joint record:
Andy Cole (Newcastle United, 1993-94)
Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers, 1994-95)
- Most goals in a season (38 games) - 31, Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers, 1995-96)
- Most goals in a game - 5, joint record:
Andrew Cole (for Manchester United v. Ipswich Town, 4 March 1995)
Alan Shearer (for Newcastle United v. Sheffield Wednesday, 19 September 1999)
- Youngest goalscorer - James Vaughan, 16 years and 271 days (for Everton v. Crystal Palace, April 10, 2005)
- Oldest goalscorer - Teddy Sheringham, 40 years and 268 days (for West Ham United v. Portsmouth, December 26, 2006)
- Fastest goal - 10 seconds, Ledley King (for Tottenham Hotspur v. Bradford City, 9 December 2000)
- Fastest goal from a substitute - 6 seconds, Nicklas Bendtner (for Arsenal F.C. v. Tottenham Hotspur, December 2007)
- Fastest hat-trick (time between first and third goals) - 4 minutes 33 seconds, Robbie Fowler (for Liverpool v. Arsenal, 14 April 1995)
- Longest goal - 88 m, Paul Robinson (for Tottenham Hotspur v. Watford, 17 March 2007)
- Biggest home win: 9-0, Manchester United v. Ipswich Town (4 March 1995)
- Biggest away win: 1-8, Nottingham Forest v. Manchester United (6 February 1999)
- Highest Scoring: 7-4 Portsmouth v. Reading (29 September 2007)
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