The English Premier League or, ultimately, EPL is officially known as the "Premier League Barclays" for sponsorship reasons. It is actually a UK based professional football league for English clubs.
Twenty clubs compete in the English Premier League. The seasons continue from August and end in May. 38 games are played by each team.

The competition began as the Football Association or, ultimately, the FA Premier League on February 20, 1992. The first match was held on August 15 of the same year. Few of the Soccer League First Division clubs made the decision to part ways with the Soccer League to reap the benefits of a more profitable TV contract.

Since 1888, The Football League has been organized as the UK's leading football competition. In fact, since its inception, the Premier League has turned out to be the most watched and expected soccer sports league in the world.

It is also one of the highest and highest paid soccer leagues in the world. In the 2005-06 season, the club's cumulative revenue was approximately $ 1.4 billion. It is highly possible that it will rise to $ 1.8 billion in the 2007-08 season simply because of the increasing media attention and revenue received from it.

The number of participating clubs varies each year. New clubs join, the older ones leave or merge with other clubs to form new clubs. On average there are 15 clubs on average per division. This means that more than 7000 clubs are proud members of a league in the EPL.

For winning a match, teams receive 3 points and for a draw 1 point. Cumulative points and goal differences identify the ranks of the teams participating in the league. As the seasons end, the club has the maximum no. of points the champion is declared. Factors such as goal difference and no. Of the goals scored, the champion decides if two or more teams end the season with equal points.
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Few of the Soccer League First Division clubs made the decision to part ways with the Soccer League to reap the benefits of a more profitable TV contract.