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The Premier League is one of the most relentless in European soccer, with games coming thick and fast over the course of the season. The Premier League’s Christmas schedule is renowned for being one of the most gruelling in world soccer and this is the only place you will need to visit for the full picture of the fixtures, results and scores from England’s top tier.
Premier League Fixtures & Results
Premier League Schedule
As mentioned above, the English soccer schedule is known for testing your mental and physical endurance like no other country in Europe. The ferocious nature of English soccer is what has directly contributed to its popularity globally and the winners of the Premier League will generally face plenty of resistance.
There are 20 teams that compete in the Premier League each season, three of which have earned promotion from the Championship, the second tier of English football, the campaign before. Each team will face each other twice over the course of the Premier League season, once at their own stadium and once at the home of their opponents. The fixtures are generally revealed six weeks or so before the start of the season, although these are always subject to change from factors such as television rights and FA Cup and League Cup fixtures.
The league table is determined by the number of points that teams accrue from those fixtures. The better the results, the higher up the table teams will be positioned. You get three points for a win, one for a draw and none for a defeat in the Premier League.
The teams that finish in the top four of the Premier League will earn a place in the following season’s Champions League. Fifth place will qualify for the group stages of the Europa League, while fifth and sixth in the Premier League could qualify for the Europa League or Europa Conference League depending on the winners of the FA Cup and League Cup. Premier League fixtures begin each year in August, with the season drawing to a close in May of the following year.