English Premier League Table 2017/18Posted By: Kaushik Das | November 21, 2017
English Premier League Table 2017/18 is the collage of this season’s live table along with the venue, managerial changes, current captains and managers which will be updated daily.
The upcoming 2017–18 Premier League is going to be the 26th season of the esteemed Premier League. It is also renowned as the top English professional league for association football clubs. Ever since it was established in the year of 1992, it has gotten an amazing appraisal and has met with an incredible fan base. The upcoming 2017-18 season is scheduled to start on 12 August 2017. The premier league will continue till 13 May 2018. So to stay updated, check out the live English Premier League Table 2017/18.
Table of Contents
- English Premier League Table 2017/18
- English Premier League Live Table 2017/18
- Overall performance of season 2016- 17
- The Sleeve sponsorship of Season 2017/18
- Teams that will be playing the 2017- 2018 Premier League
- Teams promoted in Premier League season 2017/18
- English Premier League Venue Table 2017/18
- Captains, Managers and Sponsors of English Premier League season 2017/18
- Managerial changes in season 2the premier
- Teams relegated to the EFL Championship
English Premier League Table 2017/18
As we all are aware, the Fixtures, team names and the tables for the 2017–18 season have already been announced on 14 June 2017. If not, do not worry, the details of English Premier League fixtures, as well as English Premier League standings, have been listed here. Don’t forget to read on and find out.
English Premier League Live Table 2017/18
Overall performance of season 2016- 17
The best teams to play in the previous season were Tottenham, Liverpool, Man City and undoubtedly the Premier League champion Chelsea. Tottenham had amazing players doing unimaginable things as they won 26 matches. Chasing Tottenham in the league table was Man City with 78 points and 23 wins. Man City’s winning – losing ratio was a little tighter than Tottenham. Some other clubs that were good were Arsenal, Manchester United as well as Liverpool.
Standings of season 2016 -17
|10||West Bromwich Albion||38||12||9||17||43||51||-8||45|
|11||West Ham United||38||12||9||17||47||64||-17||45|
Overall, the last season was action packed and full of entertainment. Afterall it was the 25th season, it had to be special.
The Sleeve sponsorship of Season 2017/18
There has a been a new update about this. In addition to the English Premier League table, the beginning of the 2017–18 Premier League season will see a new upgrade to the club strips, as they are going to feature sleeve sponsorship from now on their Premier League jerseys 2017/18. This essentially means that the new sponsor logos will appear on the right sleeve of the strip.
Teams that will be playing the 2017- 2018 Premier League
Now, without further ado, let’s catch up with the amazing teams that will be playing the 2017- 2018 Premier League and their statuses so far according to the English Premier League table 2017/18. The participants are – 1. AFC Bournemouth, 2. Southampton, 3. Brighton & Hove Albion, 4. West Bromwich Albion, 5. Stoke City, 6. Manchester City, 7. Manchester United, 8. Liverpool, 9. Everton, 10. Huddersfield Town, 11. Newcastle United, 12. Leicester City, 13. Swansea City, 14. Watford, 15. Burnley, 16. Arsenal, 17. Chelsea, 18. Crystal Palace, 19. Tottenham Hotspur, 20. West Ham United
Teams promoted in Premier League season 2017/18
So, as per the regulations, a total of 20 football teams will compete in the league. These include the top seventeen teams from the previous season as well as the three teams promoted from the Championship.
1. Brighton & Hove Albion– The first club that was promoted from the championship was Brighton & Hove Albion. They won by 2–1 at home against Wigan Athletic team. The match was held on 17 April 2017. Huddersfield Town and Derby County had a draw match with a score of 1-1. The team of Brighton is supposed to play in the top flight of English football for the first time since the year of 1983. This is also an amazing fact that they will play in the Premier League for the first time in their history.
2. Newcastle United– The second club that was promoted was Newcastle United. It glorified their immediate return to the Premier League as they won against Preston North End by a score of 4–1 at home on 24 April 2017. They were crowned champions on 7 May 2017 after beating Barnsley 3–0 at home.
3. Huddersfield Town- Now, The third, as well as the final club to be promoted, were the play-off winners Huddersfield Town. They won against Reading with a score of 4–3 on penalties after they have a 0–0 draw in regular as well as extra time in the EFL Championship play-off final match, which was held on 29 May 2017. Huddersfield is supposed to play in the top flight of English football for the first time in whole 45 years. Huddersfield is also going to play in the Premier League for the first time in their history.
English Premier League Venue Table 2017/18
A game without a stadium full of an audience is akin to the soulless body. With the cheering crowd, the enraged Mexican wave, goal-frenzied screams, emotional outbursts define football game as it is. Let’s take a look at the prominent stadiums and their capacities for the English Premier League season 2017/18.
|AFC Bournemouth||Bournemouth||Dean Court||11,464|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Brighton||Falmer Stadium||30,750|
|Crystal Palace||London||Selhurst Park||26,309|
|Huddersfield Town||Huddersfield||John Smith’s Stadium||24,500|
|Leicester City||Leicester||King Power Stadium||32,500|
|Manchester City||Manchester||Etihad Stadium||55,097|
|Manchester United||Manchester||Old Trafford||76,100|
|Newcastle United||Newcastle upon Tyne||St James’ Park||52,354|
|Southampton||Southampton||St Mary’s Stadium||32,689|
|Stoke City||Stoke-on-Trent||bet365 Stadium||27,902|
|Swansea City||Swansea||Liberty Stadium||20,972|
|Tottenham Hotspur||London||Wembley Stadium||90,000|
|West Bromwich Albion||West Bromwich||The Hawthorns||26,500|
|West Ham United||London||London Stadium||57,000|
Captains, Managers and Sponsors of English Premier League season 2017/18
There are quite a few associated sides involving football teams. So many people, as well as kits, play their roles in making a match successful. In the upcoming segment, we will be looking at the kit sponsors, captains and managers of the playing teams according to the English Premier League table 2017/18.
|Team||Manager||Captain||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor|
|AFC Bournemouth||Eddie Howe||Simon Francis||Umbro||M88|
|Arsenal||Arsène Wenger||Per Mertesacker||Puma||Emirates|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Chris Hughton||Bruno||Nike||American Express|
|Burnley||Sean Dyche||Tom Heaton||Puma||Dafabet|
|Chelsea||Antonio Conte||Gary Cahill||Nike||Yokohama|
|Crystal Palace||Frank de Boer||Jason Puncheon||Macron||ManBetX|
|Huddersfield Town||David Wagner||Mark Hudson||Puma||PURE Legal 2|
|Leicester City||Craig Shakespeare||Wes Morgan||Puma||King Power|
|Liverpool||Jürgen Klopp||Jordan Henderson||New Balance||Standard Chartered|
|Manchester City||Pep Guardiola||Vincent Kompany||Nike||Etihad Airways, Nexen Tire 2|
|Manchester United||José Mourinho||Wayne Rooney||Adidas||Chevrolet|
|Newcastle United||Rafael Benítez||Jamaal Lascelles||Puma||Fun88|
|Southampton||Mauricio Pellegrino||Steven Davis||Under Armour||Virgin Media|
|Stoke City||ShawcrHughes-Ryan||Macron||bet365, Top Eleven 2|
|Swansea City||Paul Clement||Leon Britton||Joma||Letou, Barracuda Networks2|
|Tottenham Hotspur||Mauricio Pochettino||Hugo Lloris||Nike||AIA|
|Watford||Marco Silva||Troy Deeney||Adidas||FxPro, 138.com2|
|West Bromwich Albion||Tony Pulis||Chris Brunt||Adidas||Palm|
|West Ham United||Slaven Bilić||Mark Noble||Umbro||Betway|
Managerial changes in season 2the premier
It is the strategy and razor sharp tactics of a coach that ensures the success of a football team. English premier league boasts of quite a few great names of our time as the managerial examples in Premier League history. Here are some of the managerial changes and shifts that were witnessed in recent time in the English premier league.
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of|
|Date of vacancy||Position in table||Incoming manager||Date of|
|Watford||Walter Mazzarri||Mutual consent||21 May 2017||Pre-season||Marco Silva||27 May 2017|
|Crystal Palace||Sam Allardyce||Retired||23 May 2017||Frank De Boer||26 June 2017|
|Southampton||Claude Puel||Sacked||14 June 2017||Mauricio Pellegrino||23 June 2017|
Teams relegated to the EFL Championship
There were three clubs that relegated to the EFL Championships namely Sunderland, Middlesbrough as well as Hull city.
The first club was Sunderland, ending their 10-year stay in the Premier League after a 1–0 home defeat to AFC Bournemouth on 29 April 2017. Likewise, Middlesbrough suffered an immediate return to the Championship following a 3–0 away defeat to Chelsea on 8 May 2017. Third name in the list is Hull City, who also suffered an immediate return to the Championship following a 4–0 away defeat to Crystal Palace on 14 May 2017.
English premier league is known for as much its abundant global fanbase as the history enriched with so many inspiring stories of victory, comebacks, and a diverse array of emotions. It is only reasonable that we look forward to another year to add to the legacy with English premier league table 2017/18.