Premier League Clubs 2023-24

Premier League

The Premier League has become a behemoth since its inception in 1992, evolving into the multi-billion pound business we know today.

51 teams have taken part in the top flight of English football over the years, with just six teams being ever present; Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham.

Another key team in recent years has been Manchester City, who have won the title in each of the last three seasons and will be aiming to make history with a fourth championship in a row this year.

Whilst those sides have been the spine of the league over the years, there have been plenty of other sides to have come and gone over the years.

The latest addition to the league is Luton Town, playing their first ever season in the top flight. Their Championship playoff victory last season secured their place in the Premier League this season, alongside Burnley and Sheffield United.

The Premier League has become bigger than the sum of its parts over the years, with a global audience totalling well over one billion on a weekly basis and matches seeing an average of over 40,000 people each week.

Here at Squawka, we’ve put together pages for each club taking part in the Premier League this season, giving you key information on all 20 teams.

You’ll find all the links to each club on this handy team hub page, giving you an easy way to navigate to our team pages during the 2023/24 season.